He stole that one from Luo's twitter.
First of all, it's Lu, not Luo.
Secondly, Strombone1 stole that from everyone else who already said it. 'Jesus Price' is hardly original.
Back on topic, that other guy is right. All offersheets do is set the value for the opposing gm.
The last few to be accepted:
Penner. WAY overpriced.
Gratton. Ditto. And it blew up in their face.
Players sign them when their franchise is simply being too cheap in their opinion.
The all-time offersheet backfire was StL offering for Shanny, only to lose Scott Stevens in the process. Shanny did alright for StL, but didn't win anything there. While Stevens ended up being a 4-time cup champ and franchise defenseman for NJ. Whoops.
Philly should be glad that era is over. Nashville's reward for Weber could very well be Giroux with that standard.