I would have to say that it is pretty much a draw between the two, but Surtain might get the edge now over the best that Madison has done.marcos said:who is better sam madison in his best moment or pat surtain right now
Holliday is good? Hardly. He wasnt even wanted in KC on a team thats desparate for D. hes a body, thats it. Carter will be playing alot at DT imo because I think we'll see something of a platoon with chester and bowens. At holliday's price tag he would make a nice value as a backup rotating between dt/de. James is the stud rusher who would make Taylor even betterDolfan2788 said:Sorry to get off topic but...
Boik14 why pick James in the 1st round when we have 3 good DE's in Taylor, Carter and Holliday who all have at least 3 good years left in them?
DonShula84 said:Id take Sam at his best over Pat now. Pat now has a questionable knee and is pushing 30. Both are great players, at there best and now, but i'd rather have the player who is in his prime.
Just out of curiousity why wouldnt you rather have 8.4m of cap space and a 2nd rd pick? We could easily sign 2-3 good players or a handful of depth guys with 8.4m and then find a stud with the 2nd rd pick.Regan21286 said:If it's financially possible for the Fins, I'd rather have both.
Boik14 said:Just out of curiousity why wouldnt you rather have 8.4m of cap space and a 2nd rd pick? We could easily sign 2-3 good players or a handful of depth guys with 8.4m and then find a stud with the 2nd rd pick.
I agree a 4th rd pick alone wouldnt be worth it but a 4th and a future 2nd or a 2nd this year certainly would be. If we keep him beyond this year we'll have to franchise him to keep him or risk losing him for nothing. Im not willing to do that at any price. :shakeno:Regan21286 said:Lol, that's if we get a 2nd round pick. A 4th rounder ain't worth it. Besides I think we're done with FA this year so keeping Surtain as a temporary solution next season won't be so bad.