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  • #16
    Originally posted by broncolee View Post

    While all teams are constrained by the cap, teams with a lot of cash can manipulate the cap a lot better than those with less cash.

    That’s where signing bonuses come into play.

    That money gets paid up front.
    I get that. I do not think that is the cash flow in question. Teams are supposed to take revenue sharing and apply a potion of it to the salary cap....in fact a min salary cap was added to the CBA.

    Regardless all teams are in the same situation in terms of cap and revenue sharing....how they manage it may be an issue. There is a reason a rule had to be added about min salary spent towards the cap. Not all teams were taking the revenue sharing and spending on players salary at the beginning.

    That is not a cash flow issue...that is a team management issue.

    As long a team keeps rolling extra cap over to the next year...like the Broncos do...than they are managing the cap well imo

    If you want to see the teams struggling....look for the teams not rolling over the cap.
    Time to build on the win and grow the team from some solid play higher level of play

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Hadez View Post
      ....As long a team keeps rolling extra cap over to the next year...like the Broncos do...than they are managing the cap well imo

      If you want to see the teams struggling....look for the teams not rolling over the cap.
      Simply rolling over the extra or keeping their team in the black? Because if you look through the list of teams organized by cap space from most in the black to most in the red, the ones with the most leftover cap are, more or less, the worst teams performance-wise in the league, and the ones most in the red are teams like the Saints, Chiefs, Steelers, Packers, and Bills. The Bucs are in the black, but they're mid-pack.

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