Deangelo Williams got a 5 year, 43 million dollar contract. With 20+ mil guaranteed. Here is the deal, if we trade d-will, we eat that 20+ million guaranteed in the initial contract. WE ARE NOT GOING TO DO THAT. There are three possible outcomes here. Two of which are not likely.
A we are looking to have 3 running back B we want Tolbert to play fullback C we are planning to trade Stewart
Baker has been trending down for a while and had the worst average for anybody that punted more than 10 times. We can probably upgrade.
His average is a reflection of the pathetic ST coverage....he was expensive and just a punter so cutting him is no biggie. No P would have statistically been out of the bottom of the ranks in Carolina last year.
Everyone is talking about his net yardage and how cutting him improves outlet ST play....not that simple
2 - Rivera has proven if he has that he can run a flat out great D.
3 - if his old roster in SD helps him do that....why complain....Rivera had the #1 D in the NFL with them. That #1 wasn't loaded w/ big names. In fact, most Panther fans at the time would have scoffed at the thought if bringing in some of those players in 2010.
We already had separate accounts when we got married. With comparable incomes, direct deposits, automatic drafts, etc.. it was just easier to keep both and split the bills.
It did make it easier to keep track of how much we had in our accounts. I never had to check and see if she had withdrawn money before making a purchase (to know if I needed to transfer money from savings or mutual funds). Same with her.
my wife also manages our money so she really is the only one who has to stay on top of the day to day and bills.
We just have a general understanding she is to keep X amount in the checking account so I don't every worry about stuff when I spend. Also, we don't really nitpick each other.....just a mutual understanding purchases over Y amount are shared with each other before making them.