The Minnesota Vikings got played.
There’s no other way to say it. They agreed to give Kirk Cousins, an average quarterback, a fully guaranteed three-year deal, a source confirmed to Bleacher Report.
Cousins is a solid player who will make the Vikings better, but he is also remarkably flawed. He plays down to his competition and isn’t the type of quarterback who can put a team on his back. He makes too many unforced errors.
Yet he is capable, and in this free-agent market—in this time in league history—capable gets you a megadeal. Capable allows you to fleece a team the way Cousins just did.
Yep, the Vikings got played. And they know it.
The Vikings know it because they realize they’re in an arms race. The NFC North has Aaron Rodgers, who is so good he rides across the galaxy on a surfboard; Matt Stafford, who is good enough; and Mitchell
Article source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2764192-kirk-cousins-deal-shows-why-free-agency-is-the-stupid-season-in-the-nfl
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