Fantasy offseason with great detail
Posted 02 December 2012 - 05:04 PM
HEAD COACH RON RIVERA
OC JASON GARRET
DC SEAN MCDERMOTT
TRADE JORDAN GROSS TO ARIZONA FOR 6th
TRADE D WILL TO PACKERS FOR 5th
TRADE BEASON TO CINCINNATI FOR 4th
TRADE GAMBLE TO MIAMI FOR 6th
CAP HIT FOR TRADED PLAYERS FOR 2013
GROSS- 11.5 mill
BEASON- 5.25 mill
GAMBLE- 7.9 mill
TOTAL SAVINGS-29.4 mill
TOTAL AMOUNT WE CAN SPEND 24.4 mill
DT ALAN BRANCH- might want big money but we might have the money to give.
FS JARIUS BYRD- could give him a contract big enough to leave Buffalo.
CB MIKE JENKINS- he is being underutilized in Dallas and won't require a huge paycheck to move
ACCORDING TO POWER RANKINGS WE HAVE THE #5 PICK
TOTAL PICKS: 1,2,4,4,5,5,6,6,& 6th rounders
TRADE THE 4,5,5,6,6,6th round picks for a low 2nd rounder
END UP WITH A 1,2,2,4th rounders
1 OT LUKE JOECKEL- need a replacement LT for when Gross gets traded.
2 CB JORDAN POYER- Good CB who can come in and immediately come in and play the slot so we don't have to resign captain.
2 WR CORDARRELLE PATTERSON- A dynamic receiver who could become the #1 when smith retires
4 OG TRAVIS BOND- A solid guard who can play immediately so we don't have to scoot bell inside.
WHAT THIS OFFSEASON GIVES US:
1 QUALITY NOT QUANTITY
2 VETERAN PRESENCE AT ALL OF OUR WEEK SPOTS
3 THE ABILITY TO GIVE YOUNG PLAYERS TIME TO DEVELOP AT KEY POSITIONS.
PROJECTED STARTING 11 FOR BOTH SIDES
I HAVE US RUNNING THIS PERSONNEL BECAUSE I AM HOPING WE RUN MORE I FORMATION/PRO STYLE SETS
DT D EDWARDS
Posted 02 December 2012 - 07:37 PM
Posted 02 December 2012 - 07:49 PM
Trading D-Will and Beason does not SAVE cap money. They are both substantial cap HITS. That alone makes this offseason plan ridiculous....
You sure about DLo?
Posted 02 December 2012 - 07:54 PM
You sure about DLo?
Positive, OP isn't counting the signing bonus at all in his figures. D-Wills bonus on his five year deal was 16 million so 3.2 per year. Multiply that by the three years left of bonus hits and you get a 9.6 cap hit on the bonus if you cut/trade him next year. Subtract his contract (4.75) and you get a final cap hit of 4.85 million. What people don't get is the team you trade him to doesn't take the signing bonus, that's your problem....
Beason's hit is even worse at just over 8 million. We'll move one, but won't be able to move both. Signing bonus prorates if you restructure to, so that's not really an option for the other. Outside chance you could do it For D-Will, but not very likely....
- Jackofalltrades PIE'd this
Posted 02 December 2012 - 08:32 PM
You don't trade proven guys with a few solid years left in them for draft picks that have a better statistical chance at being out of the league in 2 years than they do of even being a decent backup.
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