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We spend way too much at the quarterback position...
How exactly is this chart interesting?
WTH happened here? JaMarcus Russell?
How does this compare to the rest of the league? The link sends me elsewhere...
Quote from: BucsOnDeck24How exactly is this chart interesting?I have found that this chart presents a great spectrum of colors through the use of positions. I particularly enjoy the use of the color green to represent the offensive line, because of how expensive they are. We do spend exceptional amounts of money of those guys, so I found the symbolism behind this color selection to be magnificent. I also enjoyed the use of the color hot pink for special teams, because Dave Wannstedt's mustache could sell Avon by itself. It is also important to understand the geometry behind the graph, which depicts a seemingly perfect circle. Now you have to stop and ask one self, is this circle hand drawn? Because if it is, can you truly draw a perfect circle? My theory is that Myron Lewis has hand drawn this circle and it is in fact perfect, which is completely out of this world. I know I'll get a lot of criticism for saying that, but it wouldn't be the first time Myron Lewis has surprised someone.Something else to consider is that are we talking about spending 15.32% of our funds on the defensive line or is that for DL Hughley. Because if we are spending 15.32% of our funds on him, I think this is an appalling misuse of our salary cap by Mark Dominik and he ought to be fired immediately. D.L. Hughley is not the answer to this franchise's problems. I'm greatly concerned if this is the case because I don't know how the Glazers would even stand for this. I know they are watching the Manchester team as well, but you have to know that your NFL GM just signed a comedian on his football team and paid him almost 1/5 of your team's salary. Don't get me wrong, DL is funny, but he doesn't project well as an NFL quarterback. I mean, I'm willing to give it a shot at this point because we have nothing to lose, but it's still an odd move.Also, it just says dead on the graph. While I'm sure it represents dead cap space, there is also that fear that it could represent someone has died. But who died? I have no idea but I would love to know. You seriously cannot create a pie chart and put dead in the middle of it and not expect someone to ask questions. That's mortifying. What if I died?! Whoever created this pie graph did so in very poor taste. How are we supposed to function now knowing that someone is going to die?! I'm calling in from work tomorrow because of this. I mean, you should know if you're creating a pie graph that we don't have storm shelters in Florida and nobody knows how to drive!? I could die in a car accident. I could have a home break-in. This is chaotic and I'm terrified about what could happen.This graph also labels it as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but I know that's not true. Since when? The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are an NFL team, not a pie graph! What do you think I am?! Stupid?!?! Did they move and the rights were sold to the creator of this pie graph?! I don't have a team anymore?!?! Go to hell Los Angeles! What if Philadelphia bought the Buccaneers? I hate Philadelphia. They don't even need one team, let alone two. I mean, what garbage are Eagles fans and now they have the Buccaneers. This is disturbing.Did you know that if you took the percentage we pay Freeman and subtract the percentage we spend on Tight Ends, because we don't have any, you get 7.03% which rounded, is 7%. Do you know what the significance of that is?! 7 was Jeff Garcia's number in Tampa. Is Jeff Garcia returning? What! With Jeff Garcia at the helm, can Greg Schiano notch his first victory as head coach in the NFL? Seriously, I think this would be his first. Has he won before, because I don't remember.