Mmoexp madden nfl 23:In many ways this feels like free agency 2017 from DonnaStella's blog

Monday kicked off with a rush of "signings." The quotations are important because we're currently in the legal Mut 23 coins tampering phase where deals are negotiated however they are not finalized until Wednesday, at noon.

This is by far the dumbest aspect that's on the Madden NFL 23 calendar. No one can explain in detail why we're given this long period of time especially when everyone and their brother knows teams are discussing deals with agents during the combine. *nudge, nudge and wink* that's certainly not happening, isn't it?

In addition, we've seen significant deals struck, and now I find it's necessary to speak about our Jacksonville Jaguars. Truthfully, I've had a hard time trying to express my feelings about their performance. On the one side I'm sure the Jags have the highest value in free agency, and it was time to loosen the purse strings to sign some players However, on the flip side, they stumbled into Monday like a sailor on shore leave and squandered nearly $50 million of cap space to sign, or sign, or re-sign six players.

I really don't know how I feel about this. The topic has been bouncing around in my mind throughout the day. On one hand, I really like this group of players, and I'm sure they'll help make the Jaguars better however on the other hand, I would like to see Jacksonville had spread the love a little more widely to improve their positions.

The main criticism is going come from Christian Kirk, I get that. The contract is a massive leap of faith that he'll become an established No. one receiver, and also that a team as mediocre as Jacksonville has to overpay to get big name free agents. The deal is fair and not something that will negatively impact the team over time in the event that the gamble doesn't yield results.

My problem as with Jaguars' free agencies of the past it's that they went for an approach of quality over quantity in a time when the franchise is really in need of numbers. The problem isn't Kirk or Scherff, it's Kirk and Scherff, as well as Olukun AND Fatukasi, which now leaves the Jaguars with roughly $10M in space (give or take). I'd really liked to see the team go for two of these prospects and try to snap several players at the same price as the rest.

In many ways this feels like free agency 2017 and that's a bad thing. The Jaguars also spent a lot of money there in signing Calais Campbell, A.J. Bouye, Barry Church and traded for Branden Albert. The time was when they believed to be "big winning team," even though it went from 3-13 to 10-6 in a matter of minutes and then they fell to their roots because they were not able to penetrate the level.

I hope this doesn't happen again, I'm just hoping that when the Jaguars made an effort to acquire this type of cap space they didn't spend so much time chasing after the ball and act as if they're two pieces away from winning, rather than a cellar dweller that has to achieve success slowly buy madden nfl 23 coins . I'm not willing to say Jacksonville will be winning or even a loser -- more that I'm just anxious.

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