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I never understood why fans worry about money. It's not theirs, and if anyone wanted to argue that, remember, the fans gave it to them.For that money, I expect talented players to be brought in. Right now, I'm witnessing teams nearly over cap, letting players go because they can't afford them (goldson was one), but yet.... they're winning. I wonder why!?...oh yeah, they spend money.The glazers have been cheap for so long, tampa doesn't even know how to spend money anymore. They look for the cheapest "out" they can find, and avoid expensive but talented players (dumervil, Allen, Abraham, etc), so they can have more "room to manuver" when the time comes to pick up a good player...but that time somehow never comes...weird, huh?And before anyone sites vj/nicks/wright signings, remember, they had to sign some guys as far as they were under cap, or the media would've rode them all season and it would've aroused su**CENSORED**ion from the NFL higher-ups. Not to mention, the agreement going into 2016. They damn sure don't want to pay that one in one lump sum.
What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.
When it comes to da Cap, in Dominick we trust. He's one of the best in the NFL.
Quote from: NotDeadYet on April 06, 2013, 08:21:21 AM When it comes to da Cap, in Dominick we trust. He's one of the best in the NFL. Wouldn't it be better if he were one of the best at putting together a team that could win more games than they lose instead of being 24-40? Who cares what kind of contract the guy can write.
Apparently, there are a lot of GMs in the league that CAN'T manage their caps.Dom appears to never have to cut players because of cap. Luck or Skill - dude appears to have it completely under control...So, yeah... not worried about it in the slightest.