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#31 Porn Shop Clerk

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Posted 13 January 2014 - 09:47 PM

Really? Wow. Can I get the site to this?

According to CBS:  http://www.cbssports...y-cap-situation

Oakland Raiders: $63,550,126

Jacksonville Jaguars: $54,324,476

Cleveland Browns: $46,584,334

Chicago Bears: $41,832,799

Indianapolis Colts: $31,715,488
Buffalo Bills: $28,667,038

Miami Dolphins: $28,130,859

Washington Redskins: $28,055,889

Green Bay Packers: $26,503,352

Cincinnati Bengals: $22,360,530

New York Jets: $16,706,529

 

yeah i don't know how reputable this site is:

 

http://nfltraderumor...fl-cap-space-1/

 

this was back in december.  i notice all those teams are eliminated and may have already cleared some space?

 

 

from the comments:

 

 

 

This is based on the list from the NFL on what space remained for this season, once the season is over this will change, the Giants for one are projected to have 16 million in space next season while the cowboys will be something like 30 million over the limit

 



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Posted 13 January 2014 - 09:53 PM

yeah i don't know how reputable this site is:

 

http://nfltraderumor...fl-cap-space-1/

 

this was back in december.  i notice all those teams are eliminated and may have already cleared some space?

 

 

from the comments:

 

Yea, I dont really know. I dont think Oakland is that low with only "$2,624,069" tho. It was said that the Raiders are supposed to have around 60 mil. It doesnt look correct.



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Posted 13 January 2014 - 09:58 PM

i blame the flu



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Posted 13 January 2014 - 10:02 PM

oakland had incredible amount of dead cap this year because of palmer, kelly, seymour etc ... they will have much more space next season



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Posted 13 January 2014 - 10:34 PM

so projected vs actual

 



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Posted 13 January 2014 - 11:04 PM

1st year.  NFCS Champs.  Playoffs.  1st Round Bye.  I mean all is not placed on him, between him and the coaches this was a good year and a sign of things to come.  Think of all the injuries we had to a decent OL, think about how well this OL played and we didn't have 2 or 3 starters go down within the first 5 weeks how well they could of meshed.  KEEP POUNDING!



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Posted 13 January 2014 - 11:14 PM

With the budgetary concerns that he had to deal with, G-man did an amazing job. I'd give him an A+ on the business side of the game, I'd also give him an A- in regards to his FA pick-ups in keeping with said budgetary concerns (indeed, Ginn's hands were good enough to justify bringing him in and helping us out, particularly in special teams). Unlike some others, I feel compelled to give G-man a B in regards to drafting and trading (or lack thereof). People can put their heads in the sand all they want, and Short looks to be a good pick-up no doubt, but that pick should have been Keenan Allen. Allen's presence would have been much more prolific and helpful to us especially in the playoffs. Picking up Domenik Hixon was OK, but at 1.2 mil for a year, we could have gotten more (and paid less). Moreover, if we had moved soon enough on Josh Gordon, we could have probably gotten him for a 2nd round pick (not that I don't believe he was worth a first). All that being said, overall I would give G-man a B+.  



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Posted 13 January 2014 - 11:19 PM

DG has just about as much to work with this year. What I expect from him is another good draft with more picks than last year.

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Posted 13 January 2014 - 11:25 PM

DG has been amazing. Some of you guys have unrealistic expectations. Fix the DT, WR, Secondary, Oline all in 1 season. Good luck with that. Expecting 2nd and 4th round picks to actually contribute significantly... 

 

You kinda got to treat building a team to fixing a car. You got 500 bucks and the engine is acting funny, you got a flat tire, the brake isnt working properly, etc. The good GMs use the money to fix the engine/brake and patch up the flat tire. The sucky GM will buy rims and get a paint job. 

 

In my opinion in DG first year we fixed the brakes and engine. We now have a finely tuned car that can consistent go places without it breaking down. This means our team should be a winning one for the next 5 years at least maybe longer. We still got problems but they are more minor.

 

Run game sucks - pretty important and should be the next fix ---> draft/sign O line men

 

Engine lacks power - need a #1 WR to help the entire offensive

 

Secondary is not all that good but its good enough put off til more major problems are fixed

 

 



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Posted 13 January 2014 - 11:26 PM

I read an article recently on Gettleman and was definitely moved by his story. He is the guy that comes to start work at like midnight to start his day. He never stops working and all he ever wanted was an opportunity to be GM.

I believe that he will make the most of it. He's out to prove all the organizations and even the Giants wrong for not giving him a chance. Excited to see his moves.

The article:

http://m.nydailynews.com/1.1552789

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Posted 13 January 2014 - 11:33 PM

I think what people are failing to realize is just how special this season was. We were not built to go 12-4....and I can comfortably say that the majority of the fan base did not expect us to win the division or make a playoff run.

We were $10 million over the cap when Gettleman got here and pissed that he cut James Anderson. Out of the 5 draft picks he made, 3 contributed significantly all season (Barner is still up in the air)...with Star being the most underrated player on our defense. This year he'll have six picks and will sure up our glaring weaknesses there and through the draft.

I trust in his abilities to scout players. That's all anyone from the Giants organization talks about when they describe his work ethic come draft time....late nights and early mornings. He'll make the most of his opportunity as a GM. Believe in Gettlemagic!

And who knows...Kugbilla could turn out to be something! (I'm not holding my breath tho)

 



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Posted 13 January 2014 - 11:43 PM

 

This is based on the list from the NFL on what space remained for this season, once the season is over this will change, the Giants for one are projected to have 16 million in space next season while the cowboys will be something like 30 million over the limit

 

 

while the cowboys will be something like 30 million over the limit

 

 

30 million over the limit

 

 

 

 

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Posted 14 January 2014 - 12:50 AM

I wish we had of drafted Alshon Jeffery, other than that solid turn around in his first season.

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Jeffery was drafted in 2012, gettleman had no control over that

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Posted 14 January 2014 - 01:04 AM

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Posted 14 January 2014 - 03:53 AM

Not sure where your getting these numbers from but according to the Charlotte observer we are actually $17.8 million under the cap and expecting Godfrey to be cut 1st June will save us close to $3 million so we are about $20 mil under the cap but add to that hardy cam and 21 players to either be resigned or replaced it's hardly a lot of money. The guys going to have to work a miracle again, I've already said best way in my opinion is to go heavy offense in the draft people forget we had five picks last year this year we have seven with the beason trade, apart from nicks there's not a lot in FA at receiver so if got four possibly five draft picks at receivers and Oline and pick up two young dbs late in the draft, if he does manage to get some money left over in the cap then is go get two veteran cbs like Talib and DRC


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