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  • G-Men Surg.
    started a topic Salary cap 2014.

    Salary cap 2014.

    Ralph Vacchiano ‏@RVacchianoNYDN
    Giants need cap room, but restructuring contracts won't be easy. Their cap situation for 2014 isn't great. Look ... http://sulia.com/c/new-york-giants/f...source=twitter
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    Glass half empty or half full ?
    Obviously whatever moves the FO makes in 2013 restructuring deals affects next years cap. They can make more tough choices now and start getting strong cap wise or keep getting handicap dragging along cap hits.
    Thoughts ?

  • G-Men Surg.
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    Originally posted by Flip Empty View Post
    A higher cap would only result in higher salaries. It wouldn't change anything beyond giving the top players more money.

    On-field performance is only half of the story, salary cap management is a game in itself.
    Sad but true.

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  • Captain Chaos
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    Diehl and Webster are there; however, we have little depth if you take them out of the equation.

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  • Flip Empty
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    Originally posted by GiantLegend View Post
    With the increased revenue the NFL and owners are seeing, I don't get why this is happening, where the cap seems so restrictivce.

    It seems geared to assure a SB team cannot stay complete. The cap needs to be raised much higher than it is now. It shouldn't be this bad.
    A higher cap would only result in higher salaries. It wouldn't change anything beyond giving the top players more money.

    On-field performance is only half of the story, salary cap management is a game in itself.

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  • GiantLegend
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    With the increased revenue the NFL and owners are seeing, I don't get why this is happening, where the cap seems so restrictivce.

    It seems geared to assure a SB team cannot stay complete. The cap needs to be raised much higher than it is now. It shouldn't be this bad.
    Last edited by GiantLegend; 03-03-2013, 03:09 AM.

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  • G-Men Surg.
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    Originally Posted by RoanokeFan
    There are more versions of CAP space than.............fill in the blank

    Fire Coughlin threads ?

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  • G-Men Surg.
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    Ralph Vacchiano
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    And here's a look at why restructuring contracts to clear cap room might not be the best move for the Giants ... sulia.com/my_thoughts/94
    1:19pm - 2 Mar 13

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  • flashnando
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    Originally posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    There are more versions of CAP space than.............fill in the blank
    Than the times Cwebb was burned on Defense

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  • G-Men Surg.
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    Originally posted by slipknottin View Post
    They wont have nearly that much space, because they will spend a lot of it resigning guys, but still. They arent tight to the cap like people think.
    I get it and that's why I keep saying that " chasing " a spend cap number is just like counting stars, you could have an estimate and for what is worth that will do the job but its nearly darn impossible.

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  • slipknottin
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    Originally posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    Well Slip just did an estimate and the Giants could have almost 60 MILLIONS if they make a few tweaks. In all my life as a Giants fan I don't recall the Giants having that much cap space.
    They wont have nearly that much space, because they will spend a lot of it resigning guys, but still. They arent tight to the cap like people think.

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  • G-Men Surg.
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    Originally posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    I'ts not hard if u know u have the right contract details but thats not always the case
    Well Slip just did an estimate and the Giants could have almost 60 MILLIONS if they make a few tweaks. In all my life as a Giants fan I don't recall the Giants having that much cap space.

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  • Redeyejedi
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    Originally posted by slipknottin View Post
    It's a lot simpler than people think.
    I'ts not hard if u know u have the right contract details but thats not always the case

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  • slipknottin
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    Originally posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    By all account a monumental task tyring to decipher that puzzle.
    It's a lot simpler than people think.

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  • G-Men Surg.
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    Originally posted by ibbill View Post
    Way to old to worry about 2014 just glad I woke up and seen the grass under my feet. Go get them now forget 2014 lmao
    I get what you are saying but FOs around the league don't have the luxury of thinking that way, well at least the good ones Like it or not they always have to look ahead because their actions in present time have repercussions in years to come.

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  • ibbill
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    Originally posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    Ralph Vacchiano ‏@RVacchianoNYDN
    Giants need cap room, but restructuring contracts won't be easy. Their cap situation for 2014 isn't great. Look ... http://sulia.com/c/new-york-giants/f...source=twitter
    Hide summary Reply Retweet Favorite More

    Glass half empty or half full ?
    Obviously whatever moves the FO makes in 2013 restructuring deals affects next years cap. They can make more tough choices now and start getting strong cap wise or keep getting handicap dragging along cap hits.
    Thoughts ?
    Way to old to worry about 2014 just glad I woke up and seen the grass under my feet. Go get them now forget 2014 lmao

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