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52 minutes ago, Gourdeau said:

Just gonna leave this here to soak in

 

 

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You know you can take a 6 game stint and dress it up to compare Brock Osweiler to Tom "GOAT" Brady too...really doesn't mean a whole hell of a lot.  I love media now a days with their hot takes and click bait.  :rolleyes::fishy:

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Its not just any selected games, its their ladt 6 games each played. Not really a hot take, its a statistical fact. Just found it interesting.  Couldn't care less about Kap not playing. 

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2 hours ago, Gourdeau said:

Just gonna leave this here to soak in

 

 

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that happens when you're a d000shbag

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Here's your difference:

 

Garoppolo 5-0 as a starter with 49ers on a team completely decimated by injury that was 1-10.

 

Kaepernick 1-10 as a veteran starter in final season and was #2 QB behind Blaine Gabbert until Week 6..

 

New head coach Chip Kelly was not impressed with Kaepernick who had a down year in 2015 (2-6) and needed surgeries on his knee, thumb and shoulder and landed on IR Week 9. His final two years were all about injuries and sub-par play and he decided then was the time to drive fans away. He's 31 years old and never had more than 3369 pass yards in any season. That was the least passing yardage of any QB playing 16 games that year. His only advantage was running early in his career.

 

 

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On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 11:55 AM, Gourdeau said:

Its not just any selected games, its their ladt 6 games each played. Not really a hot take, its a statistical fact. Just found it interesting.  Couldn't care less about Kap not playing.

 

If you couldn't care less about Kaep playing you sure picked an odd way of showing it by posting that picture and saing "I'm just going to drop this here" as if you didn't know what a what a steaming pile it was and the kind of debate that would follow.

 

The guy may have talent, but not enough to overcome the massive negative baggage that he carries.

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5 minutes ago, stevegrab said:

 

 

If you couldn't care less about Kaep playing you sure picked an odd way of showing it by posting that picture and saing "I'm just going to drop this here" as if you didn't know what a what a steaming pile it was and the kind of debate that would follow.

 

The guy may have talent, but not enough to overcome the massive negative baggage that he carries.

agreed, but he was just trolling as there isn't much to discuss right now

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3 hours ago, jamesplante11 said:

how much more could he have gotten if he waited for Cousins to sign? Or the other FA QBs... like all of MN :D

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22 hours ago, jamesplante11 said:

Yowza $35M signing bonus, $74M guaranteed, $42.6M in the first year.  A $37M cap hit in the first year, is over $10M more than any other NFL player. The dead cap money is virtually gone after 2 years with numbers of $4.2M, 2.8 and 1.4 over the final 3 years of the contract.

 

Aside from the $35M in signing bonus that is guaranteed, looks like all or most of the salary in the first 3 years (6.2, 17.2 and 23.8 mil) are guaranteed as well, that would be in the range of the $74M guranteed.

 

Jimmy G's contract breakdown on Spotrac

 

 

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pre-deal the 9ers had $115m in cap space

 

https://www.ninersna...a-get-paaaiiiid

 

 

 

 

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The San Francisco 49ers have a ton of cap space in 2018, and that number will grow with a sizable the chunk the team will be able to roll over from 2017. The NFL and NFLPA will at some point announce how much 2017 salary cap space each team will roll over into the 2018 league year. This year, the NFLPA’s public salary cap report suggests the 49ers could have $56,048,430 in cap space to roll over.

 

The NFLPA announced on January 18, 2017 what cap space would be rolled over from 2016. They have not yet announced the official numbers for this year, but we should find out in relatively short order. We will find out the official salary cap in late February or early March, at which point we should know how much the 49ers are rolling over on top of their 2018 space.

The 49ers are looking at somewhere in the neighborhood of $115 million in cap space for the coming season. That puts them in a position to be aggressive in free agency, even if they end up coming to terms on a contract extension with Jimmy Garoppolo. More importantly, it puts them in a position to front-load contracts. In doing so, it sets them up to retain serious cap space in future years.

 

Over The Cap has a breakdown of team cap space for 2018, 2019, and 2020. The 49ers are on track to lead the NFL in 2018 space, and are currently second in 2019 and sixth in 2020. That does not include money rolled over. The 49ers could be plenty active this offseason and still roll over a sizable chunk of cap space next year. Even with a lot of additions to make this offseason, the state of the 49ers salary cap is strong.

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