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Now today we will be detail ing some NFL news from recent news today, as it did just come out on many websites.
NFL dot com All that good stuff, but Cooper Cup gives us some key insight on his upcoming contract negotiation with the Los Angeles Rams, his current team.
And it was either this video where five India players he could be on the trading block this summer and just a mess with the you guys will get the less important one out of the way.
Ah, but with that being said, Cooper, Cup is a very, very good wide receiver, and I want to start this video off with giving you guys a stats because many of you guys might not know who Cooper Cup, Waas and you know, in Cooper Cups opinion.
You know, he probably doesn't know why many people don't know him.
I mean, he was a that he was a 69th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft out of Eastern Washington.
So right out of the get go.
He wasn't well known like Derrick Henry were Joe Borough guys who had prestigious college football season that year with prestigious college colleges, and it made them well known.
That was not a case of Cooper Cop now.
Cooper Cup this past season had 94 receptions for 1161 yards and 10 touchdowns.
My golly, that is a heck of a season for a former.
It was like early third round pick.
That is absolutely insane.
That Cooper cut put up those numbers, and the Rams were still unsure whether or not they want Teoh extend him or not.
It doesn't make a lot of sense to me, but, you know, needless to say, he's proven those who believed in him, right, And he's also proven those people that didn't believe in him wrong.
I mean, for good reason.
1/3 round pick, you know, three years later, recording 1100 yards and 10 touchdowns.
Being the focal point of what was one of the best offense is a couple of years ago.
It's really impressive and you've got to give credit them.
Even the Cooper Cup is not regarded as a top 10 wide receiver.
Some people, he's not even regarded as a top 15 wide receiver, which just kind of mind boggling.
But I mean, regardless, with that, the 27 year old does want one thing to be clear on his mind.
The fact that he wants to remain in Los Angeles.
So Cooper's Cooper Cubs key insight is he wants to stay with the Rams now.
He said that he said, quote on NFL dot com He's a quote.
I don't want to go anywhere else.
So already right there.
I'm already seeing.
Very similar things have happened in sports before. Mainly basketball.
Um, when he was with the Celtics, where it was with when he was with the Cavaliers E.
This kid asked him a question and asked him, and he was like air, You going to stay with us here in Boston? And Kyrie was a yes, absolutely 100%.
And I think a year or two later he leaves for Brooklyn.
I mean, yes, if you're a Rams fan, this is greatly here, but doesn't really mean that much Now it doesn't.
It doesn't mean anything at all, because Cooper Cooper Cup goes on to say and he says, quote.
But you know, in the terms of all the contract stuff, I'm really letting all that stuff being handled by my agent staying out of it.
So, really, it's not his opinion.
It's more of what his agent thinks is best for him, which could be a change of scenery.
Which would be better, Maybe maybe more money, because the Rams have you basically $20 to spend on the next free agent that comes around that might want to play for the Rams.
So obviously, if Cooper Cup wants more money, I think he's going to choose that over playing and staying with the Rams for the next 45 years.
And I say that because many players, many NFL players and they'll be n b A and a few soccer players as well.
Believe it or not, about 90% of them leave a team because a they're not happy with how the team is doing, which we can see Yonas on 10 kobo going through that with the bucks or B because they believe that they should be getting paid more, which in the NBA's case would be bringing Ingram.
I'm not saying he's going to leave, but do the Pelicans really think he's worth a Max? I don't I think he's appoints machine.
But what else is he really good at? Right? So we look at the Rams and the Rams are already paying the big bucks to Robert Woods paying tons and tons of money.
The Jared Goff used to be the Todd Gurley.
In fact, they the cut Todd Gurley because they couldn't trade him because of a cat penalty.
And how stupid is that? You can't even get anything back from a couple of years ago who had a historic rushing yards season.
And then you're also paying Aaron Donald, who is well worth the money.
You're paying him a lot of money.
Uh, you overpaid for some free agents? I will say Leonard Floyd was not worth $11 million a year.
I think we can all agree on that.
Um and then just everything else me and Andrew Whitworth is I don't even know injury.
What with Andrew Whitworth is 38 years old and the man is getting paid like he's Quinton Nelson.
So, really, when you look at this, the Rams are a very there.
They've got some good ownership, but they're not being run the way that they should be with how expensive some of their guys are there.
Just not, and Jalen Ramsey is well worth the money.
Aaron Donald is well worth the money, Joerg off the jury.
Still out on that.
That doesn't mean that you have the stockpile, all these talents, with tons and tons of money going to them where you can't spend that money anywhere else.
I feel like a team like the Ravens, a team like the Ravens, a team like the Eagles who don't pay the big bucks to old, pricey veterans.
They pay it on these young guys.
Look, the Ravens are paying some.
I mean, yes, the Ravens are paying Clay's Campbell a good amount of money.
The Eagles have an aging offensive line, but they're not paying Carson once or Lamar Jackson Jared Goff money.
They're just not because they realize, and if they do that for one, it's going to be a work waste of money, because either your quarterback will not be good in a couple years will start to decline like Jared Goff has, or he's going to not want to play for the team anymore.
And he wants to test for agency where he wants to get traded.
And the Eagles and the Ravens realize this, and they try to build the best team around them.
Some of the most complete NFL teams in NFL history they haven't always had the best quarterback where they always have, haven't had the best running back.
But they've had the best surrounding cast you could possibly have.
I mean, think about it.
Would you rather have an average running back with the best offensive line of football? Or would you rather have the best running back in football with a terrible offensive line or decent? I guess what we want to keep it equal for me.
I mean, I love the have the better offensive line because it means you can do so much more with your quarterback and jet sweeps with your running wide receivers.
I just feel like Cooper Cup is not worth $3.
8 million on his four year contract.
That was his working contract, by the way.
Um now this 2020 season is the final season of his four year, $3.
So regardless of what happens with this contract negotiations, Cooper Cup will get paid, even if it's with the franchise tag.
Even with even even if it's with another team, even if it's with the XFL or the A F, he's still going to get paid.
He's a great talent now.
The Rams, you know, I don't know.
Jared Goff is not going to be their franchise quarterback.
We've learned that we learned that last year.
Jared Goff had a great season, okay, with season two seasons before that and the season after that were not great.
So we can say that that Super Bowl run is a possible outlier to what has been an average season Ford Year golf.
So, no, If you want to save money and then maybe want to try to sign a better quarterback Jared Goff, I mean might want to get rid of Cooper cop or one of your pricey veterans.
I mean, that's just what I would do now.
Jared Goff had a great Super Bowl season.
We can all agree on that But would you want somebody who has a great Super Bowl season, and then the rest of the year, they just rest of their career? They just suck.
Or would you rather have somebody who steadily consistent and one bad season? I mean, I'm sure that some of the guys on the receiving corps for the Rams, such as Cooper Cup Robert Woods, drilled every Tyler Higbee Everton Hague near the tight ends.
And then some of their new guys, some of their new draftees, then Jefferson and, uh, can makers.
Do they really want an unstable quarterback that they're catching the ball off from, or that they're getting the ball from? Do they really want that? Now they want a consistent quarterback over the course of their career.
You? Why do you think Tom Brady ISS so popular with his teammates because the guy rarely has a bad season? Have you seen the relationships with Jamis, Winston and his teammates? Let me let me break it to you.
They're not good.
Why are they not good? Because Winston is not consistent and I feel like Jared Goff is on his way to turning into that.
Not gonna say is gonna growth 30 interceptions.
But if he can't be trusted by his receiving corps than what receiving corps is ever going to trust him.
So, you know, I just feel like the Rams air in kind of a predicament With this now, they do have a reason to not pay. Cooper Cup.
You suffered a torn A C L that derailed his sop****re season, 2018.
And you, you know, injuries were always going to be concerned.
Always going to be a concern in sports.
I mean, there's an injury concern with Patrick Mahomes.
It's a minor one.
Injury concern? Not yet for Lamar Jackson.
There's been injury concerns with Dak Prescott and Carson once, and yet all familiar of those have been paid the big bucks, especially Mahomes.
So why not Cooper Cup, especially with you know, the loss of brain and cooks to the Houston, Texas? You know, why not keep a good number two great number of Marie Awesome Number four.
Why receiver on your team? I mean, Cooper comes not even a bad number one wide receiver, you know, So that's really all I can offer on this.
Robert Woods did say that there's more to believe much more from Cooper Cup than we've seen, Robert Wood said. Quote.
Just be able to pick up where we left off and be even more dominant.
That's the biggest goal of our ***** whole receiving corps.
Not only do we want to do what we did last year, but even be more dominant in the passing game in the running game to make bigger place.
You know, we can break a few tackles, but we want to break them all end. Quote.
So, obviously, my synopsis from that quote from Robert Woods, who was the second who had the second most receiving yards for the Rams in 2019 with 1134 is they want to make every guy miss and score when we can.
And I feel like more and more pressure is going to be on the ranch because the Rams defense is not great.
It's not. They've lost a lot of pieces.
They've lost Marcus Peters.
They lost Corey Littleton.
I mean, yes, you have John Johnson.
You have Troy Hill, who for some reason is the next best cornerback in Los Angeles.
I don't get it, But even with him.
You have Troy Hill, Aaron, Donald wondered Floyd, I guess Jalen Ramsey and John Johnson is that going to be enough to carry this defense and possibly this offense when it has off days in such a tough NFC West? My opinion it's not.
It might be good enough to carry them Teoh third place, depending on how the Cardinals dio, but that that's even a long shot.
I just feel like with what Robert Woods is saying in this quote, that that's going to put more pressure on Cooper Cup and more pressure on Jared Goff.
I mean, Jared Goff has enough pressure and backlash from their own fans.
I mean, you know, as an NFL fan and as a Washington football team fan, I don't like Jared Goff.
I don't think he's worth the money.
I think it's just like Beggar Mayfield overpriced bomb.
But with what Robert was a saying here, Yes, it's bold and I give him all the credit in the world for saying that.
But at the end of the day, is that really going to make your receiving corps better when you say it, you know, like that's a good goal to keep in mind, but you don't have to say goals that could really mess somebody else up.
Or it could give your fans false hope.
And I feel like that's what is going to give them.
You know? I don't know.
It's just the Rams.
Whenever talking about them, I feel like I'm talking about the then the same way as the Jacksonville Jaguars.
You know, they may have some good owners, and I really respected the owners in the front office, but they're just not making good decisions in the long run. They're just not.
We looked at the Saxon Ville.
You can check out that video and others on my channel.
You don't have to. It's not a big deal.
But in that video we talked about how they made all these big signings.
When Tom Coughlin was in GM, and at the time, Tom Coughlin was basically the whole front office.
You got to do everything and got to make his own decisions and he did it toe wear a signed Berry church.
They got a J boy.
I think they also got coleus.
They were starting to form this crazy, disgusting defense, and they also had Leonard Fournette in that draft head Jalen Ramsey, before Blake Borders had a career year, and the next year they pay Blake Bortles a freer $48 million deal, not even the next year.
Blake Bortles plays the full season, and even in the parts of the season that he played in, wasn't even worth I $5 million over five years. It just wasn't.
I am my grandma, my 64 year old grandma Cook for a football better than Blake Bortles could after they came off of that season in the NFC Championship game.
I firmly believe that, and I firmly stand by it.
I feel like the Rams of the same thing with Jared Goff.
I mean, after a career year for Jared Goff in the Rams, they signed him and then they lose a bunch of pieces with that.
The only difference I see is the Jaguars traded away.
Some of those players were as and got something back, whereas the Rams were forced to cut some of those very talented players.
But we don't have to get into that.
But, you know, extending Jared Goff might be the reason why you won't see Cooper Cup in the yellow and blue next year.
But with that being said, thank you.
Yes, so much for watching is always Ah, I really appreciate it.
Every one of you guys stopping by the watch and tell me what you think.
Do you think Cooper Cup will get a contract extension with the Rams? I think he's definitely earned it.
I think the Rams are going to give him one.
No, because I don't think he's worth the money.
But they think Jared Goff is worth the money regardless of that.
Thank you guys all So much for watching.
Make sure they keep God number one guys and peace out.
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