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    Unhappy Calais Cambell had 4 sacks today.

    4 sacks.

    Cardinals had 1.


    Could there be any more pressure that Nkemdiche coming back??


    Miss CC.
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    Yeah but the mental midgets here said we wouldn't miss him so theres that.

    We couldn't have paid Calais but to say we wouldn't miss him was LOL worthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZOna_Style View Post
    4 sacks.

    Cardinals had 1.


    Could there be any more pressure that Nkemdiche coming back??


    Miss CC.
    I have a feeling if Tom Savage was the QB for Detroit instead of Stafford we might have had a few more sacks. Stafford did a great job getting rid of the ball under pressure today.

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    Did Nkemdiche even play today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeathVelvien View Post
    Did Nkemdiche even play today?
    Inactive.

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    Of course would of loved to kept CC. Be nice to have those 4 sacks, dont know if it would of made todays outcome any better. And then you got Tom Savage vs Stafford. But obviously CC is a very good player that the Cardinals were going to miss a lot.

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    I wanted to keep him, but no comment..

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    I was against a long-term deal. Still am.

    It wasn't this year or next that are the issues....he'll very likely play at a high level. It's 2019 and 2020.

    I'm not sure if they could have so over-paid on a 2 year deal that he wouldn't have been able to turn it down. I know they sweetened it short term, but I mean almost put 4 years of pay into 2. Not sure if that's possible in the CAP era, but long-term old guys don't work. The wheels come off fast for most players.

    See Iupati as exhibit A.
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    He could have had 8 sacks and it wouldn't have mattered.... the Cardinals couldn't pay the premium that the Jags did.

    Like Tom Hagen made perfectly clear, it wasn't personal. Just business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OJ Anderson View Post
    I was against a long-term deal. Still am.

    It wasn't this year or next that are the issues....he'll very likely play at a high level. It's 2019 and 2020.

    I'm not sure if they could have so over-paid on a 2 year deal that he wouldn't have been able to turn it down. I know they sweetened it short term, but I mean almost put 4 years of pay into 2. Not sure if that's possible in the CAP era, but long-term old guys don't work. The wheels come off fast for most players.

    See Iupati as exhibit A.
    He can be cut after 2018 with only a 3 million dollar dead money cap hit. If he's still producing he can be cut after 19 with only a 1.5 million dead money cap hit.

    It's really a 2 year 27 million deal with 2 option years for the Jags.
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