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  • #16
    Every transaction is evaluated on it's own merits.

    Ignoring the value of of the comp selection would not be smart. Neither would passing on a Free agent at the right price after including the value of that comp pick lost.

    Sometimes, we tend to seek simple solutions to complex problems. Sometimes we ignore the simple solution when it is mired and surrounded by artificial complexity meant to obfuscate ignorance. The best managers know the difference.
    https://tse3.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.M...0&h=300Adopter of #98 D. J. Reader

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Marshall View Post
      Every transaction is evaluated on it's own merits.

      Ignoring the value of of the comp selection would not be smart. Neither would passing on a Free agent at the right price after including the value of that comp pick lost.

      Sometimes, we tend to seek simple solutions to complex problems. Sometimes we ignore the simple solution when it is mired and surrounded by artificial complexity meant to obfuscate ignorance. The best managers know the difference.

      Simple minds seek simple answers. We (Texans fans) have been obfuscated beyond repair.

      Actually there is nothing complex about this franchises ineptness. The answer stares us in the face at all of the godfathers press conferences.

      Giving up draft choices to undo monumental fubar decisions and relying on comp picks to improve your team says it all.

      Ignorance = McNair failing to realize there is more to being a GM than managing cap money. Anybody can rob Peter to pay Paul.

      The next obvious ignorant decision will be McNair letting OBrien walk and keeping the extended family intact.
      Religion, it's the process of worshipping the messenger and ignoring the message.

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      • #18
        Ian Rapoport@RapSheet
        Today is the day free agents not retained by their current team can be signed by new teams without affecting the compensatory pick formula.
        In 2016 Brock Osweiler was rated last (32nd) among all QBs (>400 attempts) by ProFootballFocus and ranked 33rd/34 QBs (>200 attempts) by Football Outsiders.

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