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  • If Staley’s ever going to call a designed run for Herbert, I’d like to see it in the red zone. It definitely worked for Herbert in the Rose Bowl.

    I’m aware this isn’t college, but it might be a solution for some of his red zone issues.
    "Picasso…Michelangelo, them boys.
    Sistine Chapel, stuff like that."
    -Keenan Allen

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    • Originally posted by Bolt Dude View Post
      If Staley’s ever going to call a designed run for Herbert, I’d like to see it in the red zone. It definitely worked for Herbert in the Rose Bowl.

      I’m aware this isn’t college, but it might be a solution for some of his red zone issues.
      It will definitely give the defense something else to think about and have to defend.

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      • I watch Herbert and I'm sometimes shocked at passes he can make. I listen to the interviews of our coaches and they can't praise him enough. The national broadcasters can't quit gushing over him. Considering all of that, how much money will they need to shell out to him when his rookie contract is up? Should they give him a new contract at the end of this year to perhaps avoid an even bigger pay out when the rookie deal is op? If he can play for many seasons as Rivers did he'll have enough money to buy his own team!
        Surprise us with a Super Bowl win!

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        • Originally posted by chargeroo View Post
          I watch Herbert and I'm sometimes shocked at passes he can make. I listen to the interviews of our coaches and they can't praise him enough. The national broadcasters can't quit gushing over him. Considering all of that, how much money will they need to shell out to him when his rookie contract is up? Should they give him a new contract at the end of this year to perhaps avoid an even bigger pay out when the rookie deal is op? If he can play for many seasons as Rivers did he'll have enough money to buy his own team!
          I think it's the end of his third season they can renegotiate. If they can do it for $35 mil per year it's a win for both sides. If we start getting into the Dak Prescott area of pay it's not a win for Chargers and we can string him out through his sixth year or trade him for a boatload of picks. I would prefer to extend earlier than later and make everyone a happy camper.
          Superbowl Bound! Yeah Baby!

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          • The market will be well over $35M a year by the time his contract is up.

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            • Originally posted by gzubeck View Post

              I think it's the end of his third season they can renegotiate. If they can do it for $35 mil per year it's a win for both sides. If we start getting into the Dak Prescott area of pay it's not a win for Chargers and we can string him out through his sixth year or trade him for a boatload of picks. I would prefer to extend earlier than later and make everyone a happy camper.

              Extension after year 4 that begins after his 5th year option but guaranteed signing money he gets when contract is signed.
              8y @ $47.5y = $380 Total - $80G@signing / $160TG / Large roster bonuses
              ​​​​​​- structure the contract like Mahomes

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              • Originally posted by Bolt Dude View Post
                If Staley’s ever going to call a designed run for Herbert, I’d like to see it in the red zone. It definitely worked for Herbert in the Rose Bowl.

                I’m aware this isn’t college, but it might be a solution for some of his red zone issues.
                Considering the Chargers luck, I’d rather avoid using Herbert as a runner as much as possible. A few plays here and there sure.

                But not anything like how Josh Allen is used in Buffalo.

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                • There was a read option in the red zone last week. Parsons beat Norton inside, 2 yard gain on 2nd and 12.

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                  • Originally posted by like54ninjas View Post


                    Extension after year 4 that begins after his 5th year option but guaranteed signing money he gets when contract is signed.
                    8y @ $47.5y = $380 Total - $80G@signing / $160TG / Large roster bonuses
                    ​​​​​​- structure the contract like Mahomes
                    If your a really good player I think it's courtesy to restructure the contract after year 3 if I'm not mistaken. I'm not talking about riding out his original rookie contract with zero modifications. That's why restructuring a contract way early is desirable for both parties. Herbert gets much bigger payout in year 4 and 5 plus GURANTEED MONEY! So getting money earlier is an incentive in itself for reduced pay average through the next contract. i.e. $35 million per year versus $45 million per year....etc. etc....

                    Superbowl Bound! Yeah Baby!

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                    • Originally posted by gzubeck View Post

                      If your a really good player I think it's courtesy to restructure the contract after year 3 if I'm not mistaken. I'm not talking about riding out his original rookie contract with zero modifications. That's why restructuring a contract way early is desirable for both parties. Herbert gets much bigger payout in year 4 and 5 plus GURANTEED MONEY! So getting money earlier is an incentive in itself for reduced pay average through the next contract. i.e. $35 million per year versus $45 million per year....etc. etc....

                      Incorrect.
                      We want to maximize JH10’s rookie contract in the same way Mahomes’ contract is structured.
                      Why limit ourselves in possible Cap Space unnecessarily? JH10’s 4th year is $8.5M.
                      The QB market won’t change by $10M APY over 1 year.

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                        • Originally posted by Bolt-O View Post
                          The man speaks the truth. Even though he looks like he just hit a gravity bong.
                          "Picasso…Michelangelo, them boys.
                          Sistine Chapel, stuff like that."
                          -Keenan Allen

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