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But $6 Million? No way. Maybe over 2 years. I would assume that Moore signed a slightly more deal like he had - $3 Mill to $3.5 Mill per year. Money well worth invested.
6 mil would be way too much. i was surprised we got him back, i thought he was gone. we still have a ton of money to go after help at wr, cb, ol and te. not to mention the draft.
Yes, backup qb's have some importance. But they are a luxury signing. Anyone remember Marino's backups? Koser, Ron Jaw, Scott Mitchell. For the time, those were pretty quality guys. We kept rotating them in and out as they left for other teams or retired. Is it nice to have Moore? Sure. Is he going to touch the field? If our players do their job he wont. Could we get similar production for cheaper? Hell yes. Jason Campbell, Matt Cassel, Matt Flynn, etc, etc, etc. We could find a solid starter somewhere. And all of this ignores the fact that if Tannehill goes down: we are screwed. As good as Moore is, he wont be leading this team to a Superbowl.
I dont have to much of a problem with $4 million a year. Not thrilled, but i can live with it. But id argue their are 13 or 14 more important positions than backup quarterback. And this entire rant is beside the point that our fanbase shouldnt be falling over themselves to suck off our front office for resigning a ****ing backup.
edit: and i would be completely ok with Moore signing with the Jets. Moore has shown hes not a franchise quarterback. And i am all about the Jets not drafting a franchise quarterback.
I love it. The team's only offensive playmaker, who doesn't even want much money, is expendable but the backup QB is a top priority. This is on top of the fact that our third string QB may actually be better than that backup.
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