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KSpan

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Why is the Ravens game this week on CBS?

22 September 2014 - 02:59 PM

When NFC teams travel to play AFC teams, isn't it usually on Fox (and CBS when AFC travel to NFC)?

Carolina has almost $19M in dead money on the books

16 June 2014 - 06:10 AM

http://m.espn.go.com...ation&id=129723

According to this ESPN article, Carolina has about $6M in cap space and almost $19M in dead money, $8M of which is from Beason's contract... that $19M will go a long way toward re-signing the young stars once it's clear. Only the Cowboys and Bills are carrying more dead money.

ESPN touches on Cam's 5th-year salary and contract extensions for draft picks under...

14 April 2014 - 06:16 AM

With Cam's fifth-year option (apparently worth around $15mm) as one example, the piece comments on why using the fifth-year could be beneficial in this market and may be slow-playing signing recent draft picks to extensions.

http://m.espn.go.com...toryId=10776622

Top-10 draft picks can be optioned at the transition number at their position. Players taken at spots 11 through 32 are tendered at the average salary of the third through 25th players at their position.


Looking to build a new PC - suggestions welcome

26 January 2014 - 09:38 AM

Been a long while since I built one so any suggestions from folks who have kept up with the tech are welcome. Main uses wil be home office type stuff with some basic graphic design, and while I don't need a monster gaming machine building something that can play games would be a plus. Definitely want to go solid state. Budget is around $1000 or so for just the PC itself (don't need a monitor, speakers, etc.). It will likely have to connect to a corporate network, so I don't think Linux is an option.

Last play of the game epitomizes why this team is so dangerous

22 December 2013 - 10:22 PM

Mike Mitchell was in the perfect position to have made that pick on the final play of the game but instead was smart and disciplined, knocking it down in a textbook display of situational awareness.  Only 3 penalties in very sloppy weather conditions against a bitter rival, one of which was a fluky special teams formation mistake.  An offense getting points when the other phases made plays and put them in favorable position.  Disciplined defense against an offense known to confuse, all while spending 40 minutes on the field. 

 

What a transformation from even 14 weeks ago.  Carolina is no longer beating themselves, showing again today that they can duke it out ugly when the chips are down and the stakes are at their highest.  SF, NE, Miami, the Jets, and now the Saints... the evidence speaks for itself.  Lot of work still to be done and *definitely* areas to continue to improve, but if they maintain their focus and work as they have this team is poised to achieve greatness. 

 

 


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