Emmanuel Acho doubts whether Jared Goff is good enough to win a Super Bowl after he signed a massive $212 million contract

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This offseason, one of the biggest question marks in terms of extension has been on Jared Goff. But the Detroit Lions finally answered it when they signed their star quarterback in a lucrative four-year deal, making him the highest-paid quarterback in the history of the franchise history. 

As per a source close to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Lions are reportedly signing Goff a four-year deal worth $212 million, including a $170 million guaranteed. With this new deal, Goff is set to make an average annual salary of $53 million, which is the second-highest yearly earnings of a quarterback. 

However, not everyone seems on board with such a lucrative deal for Goff. Sports analyst Emmanuel Acho gave his honest take on this new deal that made Goff the second-highest-paid quarterback in the NFL, after Cincinnati Bengals’ Joe Burrow

I don’t think Jared Goff is good enough to win a Super Bowl. The reason I don’t know if he’s good enough to win a Super Bowl is because I do subscribe to the ideology of Sean McVay who said, ‘You were good enough to get me there but you weren’t good enough to win it.’
said Emmanuel Acho on a recent episode of Speak

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