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Posted by the immortal scurds on March 7, 2017 at 10:45 PM

 the browns. 104 million in cap space and the pick. if they blow it, then it might e time to move the franchise to toledo

the patriots. 62 million in cap space! and they just won the superbowl again. its crazy.

9ers: sitting on 90 million in cap space, kappy is willing to stand all of a sudden.

dal has 3 million. but romo is going to free up a little more

bucs have 66 million, and they will be a better team next year for sure

jax 67 million. thats enough tobuy the running game they need to win the division

indy/chic 52 million

rams 20 million. britt is a fa, so all 20 million should go to a reciever

bengals have 42 million, just no idea what to buy

and the chargers are moving with only 5 million to spend.

 lots and lots of cap room . should be big deals. trump size deals.

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7 Comments

Reply vapor5
6:49 AM on March 8, 2017 
Glad the Saints said no to the Pats and kept Cooks, but the Eagles and Titans want him , too
Reply Galfur
8:21 AM on March 8, 2017 
Patriots are, again, a model to marvel at. How do you win as consistently as they do without the payroll?

System, system, system (and a QB who has mastered the O side of the system).
Reply the immortal scurds
10:13 AM on March 8, 2017 
the more i reflect on this superbowl, the more i am forced to conside it as the single greatest coaching performance of all time.nthe execution was phenomenal of course, but what stands out is the amount of running ythe pats did in the 2nd half. the booth was scratching their heads over it just like i was, but he ran the ball just the EXACT amount, just the EXACTLY CORRECT amount. when they blew the onside kick, i think bellichick turned it up full blast and rose to the challenge of atoning for his mistake like he makes his players be accountable. and these guys have aaaall this cap to do anything they want with. they arent ready to stop winning for another decade. will the jettes take over? hahahaha, the billes? the flippers?
Reply Ferociousjane
10:21 PM on March 8, 2017 
Toledo wouldn't have the Browns but I appreciate the laugh
Reply Galfur
9:48 AM on March 9, 2017 
Ferociousjane says...
Toledo wouldn't have the Browns but I appreciate the laugh


LOL......they could merge with the Loins there. Enough talent combined to win 6.
Reply Galfur
9:58 AM on March 9, 2017 
the immortal scurds says...
the more i reflect on this superbowl, the more i am forced to conside it as the single greatest coaching performance of all time.nthe execution was phenomenal of course, but what stands out is the amount of running ythe pats did in the 2nd half. the booth was scratching their heads over it just like i was, but he ran the ball just the EXACT amount, just the EXACTLY CORRECT amount. when they blew the onside kick, i think bellichick turned it up full blast and rose to the challenge of atoning for his mistake like he makes his players be accountable. and these guys have aaaall this cap to do anything they want with. they arent ready to stop winning for another decade. will the jettes take over? hahahaha, the billes? the flippers?


Kyle Van Noy. Disappointment with the LOLoins (surprise). Picked up as a back-up by the Pats. Forced into play a role and he does. Just slides in and fills the role admirably. There are dozens of stories just like him and much much better over the years. It makes no sense. Teams spend and max out on players who produce nothing more than cast-offs do within the Pats system.
Reply Radatz
10:53 PM on March 9, 2017 
I hear Toledo is nice this time of year. Of course, I'm referring to Spain.