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Contract rumors about Dak Prescott: How much will he probably pay and why does he deserve it?

Cue the music, people.

Although the deal is now the book for the defensive end of DeMarcus Lawrence, the Dallas Cowboys did not receive a deadline for additional contract negotiations. In a sort of scenario in which the frying pan was thrown into the fire, they vehemently argued for getting the best pass rusher since DeMarcu's merchandise while locking their horns with their three best players. Currently, the club is in active negotiations with quarterback Dak Prescott, wide receiver Amari Cooper and Ezekiel Elliott – the two-time Rushing champion is currently holding back from training camp to promote talks on his extension.

For Prescott, whose team is ready to become Lawrence's highest-paid player in franchise history just months after being awarded the honor, it's a bit more complicated than dialogue with the others. Since his upcoming extension will be the largest, it requires much more entertainment from both sides of the table, and Prescott is also in no hurry to get his deal done.

The longer he waits, the more he gets paid, because this is how the market value works.

Up to this point, the hunt for the average annual salary mark is mostly controversial, unless it is related to the length of the extension and the guaranteed money. That's why Prescott cowboys offered a deal worth $ 30 million a year. that does not provide the additional details to paint the entire picture. Assuming that's true, along with Prescott's $ 40 million counter offer, the magic figure should and should be realistic at between $ 32 and $ 35 million a year ̵

1; the green zone between the deal Carson Wentz got in June and The deal Russell has received from Wilson in April.

Do not bet that Prescott outperforms Wilson by $ 5 million a year, if at all, unless you like losing your own money. This report is now also controversial, which reinforces my position on avoiding the proverbial carrot hunt, as even leaked information is part of the negotiating process. The teams regularly lose time and implement them in ways that put pressure on the players. They know that players look selfish when they respond in a combative manner via the media. The retaliation usually comes from an angry agent.

Contract duration and guaranteed money for such a deal?

Nobody still knows, and therefore all leaked information can only be regarded as "framing" one side or both. Lawrence experienced the same thing in April, but the nature of the leak might make the Lawrence talks feel like years ago, when the quarrels between the veteran Pass-Rusher and the cowboys only four months ago were extremely fierce. Lawrence needed two franchise tags – the second he did not sign – and had to equip a tattered labrum with weapons to force the Front Office's hand to collapse.

The situation with Prescott is still positive on both sides, but never forget how vicious the process can be.

At that time, team leader Stephen Jones was trying months ago to anchor Prescott's contract application. While praising Prescott over and over again, the champion tactician also began the predictable move to negotiate through the media, as he routinely did with Lawrence and the NFL teams – with the goal of leveraging the pressure of fans and the To make headlines in their favor. That's why you'll hear Jones & # 39; Project Prescott as the waiting king of Dallas's financial services clerk, but in the same breath you remember why he should not be paid like Wilson.

"You're talking about two guys out there – between [Aaron] Rodgers and between Russell Wilson – who won Super Bowls and were successful year after year," team leader Stephen Jones told 105.3FM the fan in this offseason. "That's what led their teams into the playoffs, both of which were already in some super bowls, well, at least I know Russell was."

"These are guys who will make such jumps, but I'm not worried , I think that at the end of the day, when there is a position that not only has to keep an eye on itself, but also has to keep an eye on its team – in terms of the space they take – these quarterbacks are the guys. At the end of the day they will earn a lot of money. The bigger thing for them in terms of their career and what they are all about is how much they have won?

"How many Super Bowl rings do they have on their fingers? These are all huge deals that they know At some point, if they take up too much space at the end of the day, this may affect their chances of winning."

Make no mistake, these are fair standpoints, but Prescott also wants to maximize the profits on his second contract after paying 10x less to do much more than Wentz – as an example. The comparison of these two results shows how convincing Prescott's argument is statistically.

Here are her career data side by side.

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There are more allowed variables that are used to judge who is subjectively better – like movie, injury / absence of satellite stars, etc. – but Prescott outperforms Wentz in a head-to-head statistic game, and that includes a 4-2 win over the Eagles. In contrast, Wentz is 2-3 when confronting Prescott and Co. The above numbers are meaningful in many ways, and while one side of the aisle says, "If the cowboys did not lose so often, Prescott would not do that." must come from behind all the time, "argues the Eagles, if Wentz were more successful late in the game, with a better win-loss record at his helm.

None of this is to say that Wentz unable to be elite because he is, but reality is the reality, and Wentz has tracked Prescott indirectly since they both joined the league in 2016.

The point of the Cowboys, Wilson and Aaron Rodgers – the latter owns the throne as the highest-paid NFL QB before the former lands his payday 2019 – has both Super Bowl appearances and the hardware to show for it, so prescott's deal is unlikely to outshine what he saw The fourth year QB has other things that move the needle for him in a very real way: his 32-16 record in the regular season has only four wins less than Wilson's first three years in the L iga and five wins more than Rodgers in his first season triad as a starter.

According to the comparisons of the first three seasons of each QB, Prescott's ratio of landing to interception is directly comparable to that of Wilson, and his accuracy rate of 67% surpasses both Wilson and Rodgers in this category. Wilson obviously beats all three by appearing in two Super Bowls and winning one in the first three seasons, and so Prescott will not exceed his contract numbers, but there is more than enough evidence to help him make a deal Pays him no less than $ 32 million a year – with a strong tendency to $ 34 million or so.

In preparation for the upcoming talks, Prescott dismissed his old agent in 2018, Jeff Guerriero of ProSource Sports, and signed with Todd France of the Creative Artists Agency (CAA), the mega-conglomerate generally considered one of the top agencies is worshiped in the world of sport. CAA customers currently working in the NFL include Drew Brees, J.J. Watt, Philip Rivers and Rodgers. Each of these NFL stars stars in Leviathan-sized contracts with the respective teams, and the change of agent is something that the Cowboys have definitely seen before. Tony Romo dismissed agent Ken Kramer in 2012 and signed with CAA. One year later, the Cowboys completed a six-year extension with a guaranteed value of $ 108 million and $ 55 million. and although this is still considered a massive contract today, it should be noted that this was six years ago.

The wage ceiling at that time was $ 120.6 million, but now stands at $ 188.2 million, after steady growth year-on-year. The cowboys themselves have projected that they will spend more in the next off-season than $ 100 million in sales.

For those who believe that Prescott is "worth" only $ 18 million a year, Romo earned it over half a decade ago, and that's the fact that players like Derek Carr and Jimmy Garoppolo Earning $ 25 million and $ 27.5 million each year is a clear indication that the numbers, if Prescott signs, will be significantly higher considering their prescriptions, given the time that has passed since graduation across from. Moreover, for those who drink the salary cap for Kool-Aid and are distributed by those who do not understand the concept, the cowboys are a long way from a situation that would somehow paralyze their roster plans if Prescott had its full potential Value would be received (market + roster).

Currently, they have a ceiling of $ 24.5 million, and there are no free agents with large tickets to spend their money on. The ambition to expand Prescott, broad receiver Amari Cooper, and repulse Ezekiel Elliott – all the team states have "Top 5" offers – is the most urgent matter they are currently facing and they can afford all three plus all fixtures. The extension of Cooper lowers its $ 13.9 million cap hit in 2019 and frees up money for the others as its upcoming season is restructured under the new deal, giving the pot much more room. What they are not using will expand until 2020, and now one begins to understand that while the organization sells the "team friendly" angle, the drum labeled "Please help us, we are poor" just does not strike.

It's what they should do to be fair, but that does not make it any truer.

Yes, there is enough money (and more) to pay for Prescott and everyone else Who deserves it, especially when contracting second and third division players in a few months is taken into account – be it organic or from the Front Office Force.

Put simply, in the eternal words of Jay-Z: [19659002] "Money is not a thing."

Owner Jerry Jones agrees.

"It's never about money," Jones admitted directly from the cowboys pre-draft press. "You're going to spend the money in our system, it's about how you allocate and allocate something for an opportunity, it's just an instinct, saving it only for a rainy day, but a bright sunny day." that you might get the chance to do something special. "

The bottom line is there's no reasonable angle from which Prescott lands less than market value, as there's none that can see that he'll be paid $ 40 million per capita a year. It's probably going to work out by itself But not until we all see the organizational position the farmers think is right The same could be said for Prescott's agents, since they have their own parts to move them on demand The move to negotiate an NFL contract is changing a slow groove to an all-out tango when it comes to monstrous numbers, and it's all just a rinse-and-repeat when it comes to soccer.

The cowboys have leverage, Prescott has leverage He will sign it when he finishes, you can sign him up as a franchisee in 2020. He dare to do it again, a la Kirk cousins ​​who use this financial model to make money with the Re have earned dskins. They may indirectly threaten to draft a contest, but Prescott knows they either have to fail in 2019 to get a top spot, or have to pledge their future in a draft business.

Ah, the dance.

There are only two partners who try to avoid someone being immersed.

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