Suck it Trebek
- Jan 18, 2008
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If this is an attempt at an "I told you so moment," please consider that a team that has won exactly one game in two years just made this decision. Add this to the cluster of horrendously awful personnel moves by that franchise. Gave up a 4th rounder in the process. Maybe he'll crack 1,000 yards for them as a reward.
Question: Name one other team in the NFL that would have come close to this figure? Answer: No one, which is why he's a Brown.
And for the last time, please learn the rules. Miami was not going to get a third round comp pick. Their spending in free agency would preclude that from happening. Getting a 4th round pick for him THIS YEAR turned out to be a shrewd gamble with the tag. Show me another team that did this for a player they did not want anymore? Bye Jarvis, enjoy Cleveland and all that $$.
I'm aware their spending precluded that unless you missed the 'at least they signed ...' part. But they HAD to spend. It's just hard keeping up with all this next level, 4th dimensional thinking. My bad.
Even if the Browns do end up being respectable and even if Jarvis was an integral part of that, he wouldn't get any credit. Ajayi (well, the dolphins in general ... took out their trash to help them get Wentz. I got blasted for disagreeing with that one as well. I'm used to it.) helped a team win a damn SB and you'd think his contribution was rooting for them from the sidelines.
When players leave the Dolphins they are trash. Fans adopt this way of thinking for because the coaches come out and say it in press conferences. I've been over this and over this and over this. It'd be awesome if it they didn't do that and this wasn't an issue ... but it is ... so I'm just trying to encourage readers to stop falling for it.