I doubt he gets 10.5 mill from anyone, so he would be wise to accept a Jets' restructure. We'd probably give him more gtd money than any other team out there to begin with. Guaranteed money is most likely his goal. Plus he has a bigger role here vs. majority of the other teams. He's actually a WR1 or 2 here.
what type of deal do you think he will accept? Kerly got 4 and Decker got 7.5. Do yu think he takes less than Decker?
I think that's an excellent point. I look at Minnesota who hired Zimmer and he went out and selected Norv Turner to oversee the new QB in place and the offense. I look at that team and I see potential for playoffs in the near future. Bridgewater has been better than all the QB's from this deep 2014 class and it isn't real close. He's poised, checks down, is emotionally sound, doesn't force the ball and is learning from a respected OCoord and they are set up nicely.
The direction should first be initiated by the GM who is hired and then he can select from the coach he believes can best execute that vision. On the same hand, it's possible the GM has an open mind towards variations of his original vision based on a HC candidate's persuasion. But the two (GM & HC) MUST be on the same page. And this can better be facilitated by the owner who has failed this task repeatedly and we're seeing the end result. Hiring a GM that must take on another vision opposed to his is recipe for disaster.
If Woody hasn't learned, he'll be doomed to the same mistakes.
I was replying to KRL. I'm new here but I selected reply so I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong.