TV actually makes a pretty valid point. The cap is going to make things rougher next year (Thanks a lot, Marty).
That said, Rivera has shown the ability to coach the team under less than optimal circumstances (i.e. half the roster injured) so we'll see what happens next season.
I'd add that other teams have shown it is possible to field a competitive team even when you're not breaking the bank.
I agree it's going to be rough to get around it but my point was we go through this every year and yet it is always settled by the time the season rolls around. The cap has proven to be very easy to maneuver around. That is why Washington routinely always managed to have so much cap space. Heck, even last year when we were supposedly in cap hell, we came out with Dwan Edwards signed who performed great and snatched up Tolbert, Murphy (albeit via trade), re-signed Hangartner, and brought in Nakamura (which, well, was not a good thing, but still).
And I don't expect to see some drastic cuts like he was making it out to be, as if Rivera we just going to be handed nothing. The only two players (that make a reasonable impact on the team anyway) that might get cut are Williams and Gamble, and we don't need Williams and were without Gamble anyway.