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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titanup1982, Sep 8, 2022.
Meh it is what it is everyone plays by the same rules. The parity of the NFL is one of the best things about it, in part because it's hard to keep a really dominant team in tact.
3 of the 4 teams left playing have qbs on rookie deals…I don’t think that is a coincidence.
It’s not coincidence, but half the league has a QB on a rookie deal so it’s more like realistically high probability.
Consider that SF has 3 QB, 2 on rookie deals and the best D. The jets have 2 on rookie deals and not a great team.
pats, NYJ, dolphins, Steelers, ravens, chargers, jaguars, NYG, Was, ATL, chi, ARZ also have QB that started in rookie deals.
A good article on QB cap hit and getting into the playoffs:
QB Salary Cap Charges and the Playoffs | Over the Cap
Every one of those teams outside of CHI and ARI (who are paying Kyler a boatload) were either in the playoffs or alive until the later part of the season.
Good list. Among the best fans I've encountered are Packer fans. Charger and Ram fans not too bad either. 4th best would be Falcon backers.
The cap needs to be raised significantly so teams can spend on the talent they drafted. Rookie contracts should also only be 3 years. A lot of players outplay their respected draft positions and languish without compensation. I don't think that is fair.
If they raise the cap significantly what stops players from building super teams like we see in the NBA. Leave it as it is. Makes for a fun parity filled league.
It's not so fun when you can't keep your own players. The players deserve the money.