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Thread: The Sean Smith Debate

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    Quote Originally Posted by 67Stang View Post
    In short, he is inconsistent. He lost us the Arizona game last year by getting his ankles broke on the last play in regulation. Anything more than $4 mil a year is over paying. His production can be replaced by almost any FA CB....what does he have 4 or 5 ints in his career? I don't want to even talk about his tackling.
    True he cost us the game in the end, but we weren;t in that game without his pick in the end zone. that was a beautiful play, too bad he also has ones like the dropped INT when he had the ball then just decided to fall on the ball. The lack of plays that we get out of the secondary is a real concern for me. That has to change if we are going to make a run at anything. How I miss the days of Surtain and Madison.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman529 View Post
    I think you have to ask yourself is Smith worth keeping around for supposedly $7 million a season. I just think he is too inconsistent. We need someone who isn't going to get beat as much, and a guy who can make some nice picks. I would draft CB Darius Slay of Mississippi State and let Smith go.
    I like Slay. Maybe we can get both cb's from Mississippi St.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAdkins159 View Post
    Let him walk. People saying keep him because then we will need two CB's is crazy. When keep crap like smith around you cant expect to be better. Let him go and find somebody else. He is average at best so why would you expect our pass coverage to be any better than average with this guy. Im sick of Miami keeping jokers like Smith around year after year and the fins continue to be mediocre. Go get some tough hard nosed CB's and let Mr Softy hit the trail. Keeping Smith at any price would puke me to the fullest. Giving him anything would set an example that we are satisfied with average.
    I agree with this. I know it's unrealistic to get elite or even good players at every position, but that doesn't mean the team shouldn't strive to do that.
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    No debate. For the amount of money he wants, I'll drive him to the airport. Even for $3M per year, he might be one that you would part ways with to free up a little money. No way he gets the same money as a Revis.
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    We're talking about a FOUR year veteran at the CB position and STILL calling him wildly inconsistent. He should be in his prime right now, there is no upside left to be had...he has played too many downs of football, he isn't changing. Give me Desmond Trufant in the draft and Derek Cox in free agency.


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    just read how far apart sean smith a ireland are apart from each other. the dude wants 10 mil. I cant beleive there is no outrage like Hartiline got.

    shows peoples priorities of talent.

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    Re: The Sean Smith Debate

    Yo! I would bet money Smith isn't here next year. If you aren't getting picks or making impact plays like big hits that force fumbles, strips, etc..... you're not good enough. This team's draft is all WRs, DBs and O lineman

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    [QUOTE=Southbeach 2;1064580159]I look at guys like Marshall and Patterson getting around $5M as slot covers, and see Smith as much better than both, understanding that this does not make him good, let alone VG.

    IF a contending team, with VG surrounding DB's, sees him the missing piece in covering big WR's, he could get a big deal. More likely, the current NFL cap situation kicks in, and he is worth in the $6M range (give or take), depending on incentives and guaranteed money.

    Just because teams were stupid enough to overpay these guys doesnt mean we should overpay to keep smith. Im ok with 6 million though. 3 years 18 million is a good one to me.Personally I would rather have kept Davis
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    We don't have a choice, but pay Smith. We don't have a replacement
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwill View Post
    We don't have a choice, but pay Smith. We don't have a replacement

    we didnt have a replacement for Vontae but we traded him anyway so what else is new. And no Richard Marshall was not a replacement, never been a good starting corner
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