Welcome to goTitans.com! Log in or sign up to be a part of the best Tennessee Titans fan site available.

Cap Problems In 2014? Stewart A Cap Casualty?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by The Hammer, Jul 12, 2013.

Watchers:
This thread is being watched by 3 users.
  1. ImATitan Starter

    Brown
    Messages:
    4,769
    Moolah:
    $8,075
    I'm not entirely sure what there contracts and savings are as cap casualties, but there's a ton of vets we can cut that are replaceable if we find ourselves in cap trouble: stewart, cj, washington (we've drafted wright & hunter), griffin (minimal savings i know), stevens & even wimbley
    • Tip Jar Donor

    Gunny Lord and Master

    Wright
    Messages:
    46,293
    Moolah:
    $2,049
    You can't exactly call Stewart a penalty machine. He had a bad stretch (6 in 3 games) but that means he had 1 in the other 9 (and missed 4) games.
  2. Scarecrow CEO of PPO

    Wright
    Messages:
    20,245
    Moolah:
    $10,502
    wtf....

    if we go RB in round one next year I will stop being a Titans fan.
    Tennessy XO and Ten_Titans high five this.
  3. Ten_Titans Starter

    Messages:
    2,254
    Moolah:
    $64
    Even if we over perform, I expect atleast 3 of those guys will be cut.

    Washington and Stevens... Then Stewart or Johnson. Hopefully Johnson.
  4. The Hammer Out for a rip

    Matthews 2
    Messages:
    15,376
    Moolah:
    $126,900
    Maybe :cj: will see the writing on the wall and be open to a pay cut
    • Tip Jar Donor

    Gunny Lord and Master

    Wright
    Messages:
    46,293
    Moolah:
    $2,049

    oh I hope we go Running Back.
    Alzarius and Scarecrow high five this.
  5. J Falk Starter

    Messages:
    1,895
    Moolah:
    $13,948


    That is all
    • Tip Jar Donor

    mike75 Starter

    Pollard
    Messages:
    2,403
    Moolah:
    $4,612
    Same here i think it would be crazy as hell to draft a RB in the first especially when we already have a proven back.Lets say C.J. does good with the line being rebuilt and he has a really good season and runs for around 1,500 yards and averages 4.8 yards a carry and even has a couple more 80 yards plus runs during the season as well.Now why in the world would we cut our playmaker and one of our best weapons on offense and go draft an unproven rookie to save a few dollars.As far as Shonn Greene his expertise is busting through and gaining short yardage and thats about it.The front office is crazy if they think Greene is anywhere near the starting caliber back that C.J. is..Also C.J. is a weapon that makes things much easier for Jake Locker as well as the offense.
  6. Ensconatus Namaste

    Brown
    Messages:
    9,692
    Moolah:
    $24,669
    Very few teams are spending firsts in RBs. You're better off (even money wise) to take MULTIPLE later round rbs and create a committee. It's bad business for fantasy football, but since each piece of the pie only gets so many carries, specified role, you never have to she'll out rb1 money to any of them (of course unless one breakout as the clear cut guy)

    Each player remains more fresh in games, each one has a designed role, and all three together make maybe half of cj2ks salary.
    SlidePiece high fives this.
  7. SlidePiece Starter

    Wright
    Messages:
    1,327
    Moolah:
    $2,445
    CJ certainly hasn't made things easier for anyone over the past few years. And if you're counting on a RB (less AP) to be your "playmaker", you are probably looking at a ceiling of about 8-8. But what if that RB doesn't give full effort, 4 to 6 wins maybe?

    It's maddening to be paying this guy, or the RB position in general, 10 mil. There are too many teams getting more overall production out of there backs and at the same time, paying them a small fraction of what CJ makes. Treating the RB as the centerpiece to an offense has become archaic.

    I know we haven't had great QB play, so we need someone to do something offensively, but the problem is that CJ doesn't win games, we've seen him play well all the while watching the team lose games. 10 mil. is not just a few dollars, but what do I know, I would have cut him the second he started playing on his own terms.

Share This Page