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Wilder Jr. Signing today
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Wilder Jr.  Signed a new contract today keeping Him in Toronto for 2 years.


Imo this proves that if you give enough money, players will stay in the CFL.  NFL has the money yes but doesn't automatically make it the better brand of football.
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He doesn't want to be there. He's just mitigating the situation by an extra year because he couldn't get a release.
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A does not equal B.

Pretty broad conclusion to jump to.
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(2018-03-03, 05:30 PM)topgun Wrote: He doesn't want to be there. He's just mitigating the situation by an extra year because he couldn't get a release.

If that were true He Would not have signed a 1yr extension.  He only wanted to leave cause He was under paid
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(2018-03-03, 05:28 PM)cflisthebest Wrote: Wilder Jr.  Signed a new contract today keeping Him in Toronto for 2 years.


Imo this proves that if you give enough money, players will stay in the CFL.  NFL has the money yes but doesn't automatically make it the better brand of football.

Of course players will stay if you pay them more


and Wilder would be lucky to be a 3rds string back in the NFL so its CFL or nothing for him.
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well, so what? he still decided to stay instead of going to the NFL and try for nothing. either way he stayed.
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Maybe I missed it, but who offered him an NFL contract?
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he had interest to go to NFL off season tryouts but no contracts cause he's not a FA
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(2018-03-03, 05:28 PM)cflisthebest Wrote: Imo this proves that if you give enough money, players will stay in the CFL.  NFL has the money yes but doesn't automatically make it the better brand of football.

This seems like a pretty ridiculous conclusion to leap to.

This guy signing has not one thing to do with a debate about the relative 'brand of football'.

If you are trying win an argument about the quality of the players, you can't. The fact that the NFL has better players is indisputable.

Why do you torture yourself so with threads like this?
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but best players doesn't automatically make it the best football out there.
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Give another example of where this is obviously the case
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It's few and far between. Only cause most of the time they will go find someone else instead.
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