The money will never work out, unless you are buying terrible cars, but if you like having a brand new car every 3 years it's a good thing.
I don't look at cars as investment like that... More of a source of enjoyment... If I was over analytical about it and didn't use it for anything other than a source of transportation I'd buy a cheap used car.
No universal right or wrong way to do it. Totally up to the individual on what's best for them IMO.
I'm on my 4th brand new car since 06 so yes I love having the latest and greatest.
I love leasing...can get more car for the money and never spend money on tires or any maintenance at all...
Cars are not a good investment... The value plummets immediately and even tho you may go without a payment for a while if you do an outright purchase and keep the car forever.... I personally don't mind always having a smaller payment on a car that's never older than 3 years.
Up to the individual really but for me getting more car for less money and never having to do major maintenance is more important than keeping something long enough at a higher payment just so I can have a period of time without a car payment....
Not going to post a 100 screen shots but heres some neat info.
I used a 50% of teams overall snaps qualifier so there was 26 total qbs listed.
his 3.09 seconds was the third most "time to throw" defined as "the point until he attempts a throw, is sacked or scrambles past the line of scrimmage" (could be an inflated by his dancing in the pocket)
the 2.73 seconds it takes for him to attempt a pass is the 6th longest time.
the 4,63 seconds before he is sacked is the 2nd most time (granted he buys more time by dancing in the pocket and hard to decipher how much of that dancing is distracting him from finding an open target)
at 5.94 seconds Cam holds on the ball longer than anyone before deciding to scramble (except peyton who just doesent scramble past the line at all lol)
So... Thats 90 points we got this season only because Cam's legs were able to keep the drive alive when everything else broke down.
Take away those 90 points.... where does our offense rank? What would our record have been?
That's easy go back to 2010.... Cam is the whole offense and everyone should know it by now.
Don't get me wrong he needs weapons... I am of the contention that with his legs he can mask poor o-line play but they can't mask lacking downfield threats. I'm all in on wanting a receiver bad. Have been ever since we got Cam.