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Thread: Is Sean Smith is a crack addict or just plain stupid?

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    His asking price is baffling if true. I can't see anyone giving him more than $6 million a year.
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    you overpay in fa
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    For that price I say bye smith, for 6 or 7 I say resign
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    Last year starting caliber free agent corners got $10 million per season. If he takes $7 million, do it.
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    Teams that overpay for average talent don't win. They only get into cap hell down the line.

    You overpay for elite talent or if you are 1-2 guys away from putting you in the Super Bowl hunt. Miami is much more than 1-2 guys away from competing for a SB.
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    All our FA's know that Ireland has a fistful of cash this year and they are all going to ask more than they are worth. Smith it worth no more than 5M per year and that is being generous IMO. The guy is way overrated by Dolphans....he isn't a very good corner. He started out good at the beginning of the year...but go back and look how many PI's he was getting. The guy can only cover if he interferes.
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    See ya, Sean!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PSU Cane View Post
    Teams that overpay for average talent don't win. They only get into cap hell down the line.

    You overpay for elite talent or if you are 1-2 guys away from putting you in the Super Bowl hunt. Miami is much more than 1-2 guys away from competing for a SB.
    Exactly, besides there's been cornerbacks this year's playoffs that don't even make 4 million and played up to par or better than Smith has that last half of the regular season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rent this space View Post
    Last year starting caliber free agent corners got $10 million per season. If he takes $7 million, do it.
    Starting caliber CBs should make 8-10 million a year. The problem for Smith is that he's not a starting caliber CB. He was picked on like the skinny kid in gym class this year and makes no plays at all. His coverage skills are weak, his tackling is weak, and has 0 ball skills. Let him go and draft a CB or two this year. Another high pick thats never going to reach his potential and become a great player. Ireland busted on another pick, what else is new, let's move on.
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    A smart football team that hopes to compete WILL NEVER overpay for a player like Smith.

    Sean Smith is the worst CB in the NFL at getting Interceptions. As the OP also states, Pro Football Focus charted him with more combined first downs and touchdowns allowed than any NFL cornerback in 2012.

    So, he doesn't get turnovers and he is among the worst statistically at allowing TD's and 1st downs.

    Do not overpay. If he truly wants to leave, draft a replacement, or sign one.
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