We knew coming into the season that with him being the only option, he would have numbers in line with any other starting receiver in the league with not other options...
Its not like he was playing on a team with 4 or 5 good receivers...
"May the acorns rest in peace..."
wow. seriously? we want to blow up the one area on our team that actually produced? (the D) we had the 7th ranked D in points allowed, and the 12th ranked D in yardage, and that's in the first year with a new DC. Seriously if we resign any players it needs to be on the Defense.
"Now when I go to the bathroom I find out who my friends are." - Jake Scott after both broken hands were in casts following the 1972 season
I think Sean Smith and his agent are just posturing but if they're not careful, they could push the Dolphins too far and they'll just say "Screw it" and make a hard play for Derek Cox of the Jacksonville Jaguars, which is something they should be thinking hard about anyway. Provided he's healthy of course. I don't know if Derek Cox is worth the money Sean Smith's agent is talking about, but he's a good player IF he stays healthy.
If he goes to a team like the Texans, where he'll have the front 7 getting pressure which allows him to mainly play press, he's worth 7 mil. Elite press corner, zero instincts in zone.
Soft, wimpy, can't tackle or hang onto interceptions. Yeah that's the kind of player who deserves to make 7 plus million per season.
Please God, let me see 1 Dolphins Superbowl victory before I die.
While I am in no way advocating that Sean be paid that kind of coin, why does he have to be a crack addict for doing so?
Bottom line is that he'll either get it or he won't. If I was making the decisions for the Dolphins, he wouldn't get it from me.....
The rhythm of life is a jazz rhythm.
Sean Smith should be playing in Pop Warner or Pee Wee League. That's as physical as he can get. The guy is 218 pounds and plays like a 100 pound pansy.