Not like this. Not like this.
Steel's point seems to be correct and on target, pointing out Cook may be cut or renegotiated to Texans benefit. He was not suggesting increasing GTD $ in future. I think you mis-read or mis-understood. This is exactly type info we should be posting.
He was not suggesting increasing GTD $ in future. I think you mis-read or mis-understood.
Have I entered the twilight zone? Where more guaranteed money does not mean increasing guaranteed money?Yep, but the guaranteed $$$$ has run out, so he can be re-signed on a cheaper deal with more guaranteed $$$$.
I'm talking about renegotiating his contract after this season. After you get an idea if Cooks can stay healthy. It's not a matter of health with Cooks. What do you think a new contract would look like if Cooks stays healthy and is productive? The point is the Texans will be in good cap shape after this yr, whether they keep DJ and Cooks or they let them walk because there are avenues to lower or cut them for cap savings if they dont produce.
I meant and I think Steel meant the future of his current deal has no guaranteed money. Steel also said that he hoped that Cook would have the kind of a season that would lead to a future contract with GTD $. Irregardless, several of us on the MB want to discuss this sort of things . Of course you do not have to.
Cooks has nothing to worry about, concerning a trade. No team is trading for his over priced contract (3 years @ $39 million). The question is, will Cooks be willing to take a pay cut to stay in Houston? That's what I expect the next regime to find out.Cooks refuses to be traded again.
Deshaun Watson doesn't need Houston, they're still the Houston Shites.....even with Brady, Rodgers, Brees, Mahomes, etc.....they're still the shiteiest overall organization in the NFL. Gotta fix the organization and team before you try to isolate a single player's issues.DW4 doesn't need anybody
He's the Houston Watson's
based on what AZ did and Nuk’s numbers this year vs Cooks.....& DW4 responding by having his best season yet.....The best season a QB has ever had in franchise history, I think it’s pretty clear Nuk’s value was overestimated...especially on this website.The value is terrible. Cooks had nothing to do with the return value for Hopkins
My thoughts exactly. I love Nuke, but he is replaceable....as Cooks proved this season.based on what AZ did and Nuk’s numbers this year vs Cooks.....& DW4 responding by having his best season yet.....The best season a QB has ever had in franchise history, I think it’s pretty clear Nuk’s value was overestimated...especially on this website.
Cooks put up the numbers he did missing 2 games and receiving 40 less targets...
Good thing is they can easily get out from under DJ's contract this offseason with a minimal cap hit. This is the reason I didn't have an issue with DJ being in the trade.
by virtue of us basing his value off his credentials from the past on our team, we ARE overvaluing him....maybe not by a lot, but we are overvaluing.Hopkin's value to the team may have been overvalued... but I don't think we overvalued a 3 time all-pro. We should have got more in return.
No, that's not my logic.using your logic, a trade of JJ Watt a former 3X DPOY and 5X all-pro should net us a boatload in return...
And having Fuller getting most of the looks during those games that Fuller was actually playing. So he was the #2 most of the year. Hopkins was/is the not debatable #1, he should get all those targets.Cooks put up the numbers he did missing 2 games and receiving 40 less targets...
Like all Bill O'Brien screwups, you have to look at the cascading effects of his buffoonery: