those laws aren't about making $$ for the govt, they are about keeping people out of the emergency room and lowering the burden that morons put on the govt for paying their bills. decreased number of accidents means lower numbers of emergency room and ambulence calls for a system that's already over burdened. it also means fewer people filing for health claims, lowering our health insurance costs; fewer people filing lawsuits trying to get paid, reducing the overcrowding in courtrooms; fewer people trying to get money out of the govt to pay their bills; fewer people without insurance in the hospitals, etc, etc, etc.
it's not all about you. in fact, it's never about you. there's 314M people in this country. making it all work takes 65,000 pages of laws, and people are still always finding loopholes to take advantage of someone or something.
It's all about Insurance and lawyers. To pretend otherwise is silly.
I think the DE cap hit is closer to 20%.. which I'm actually cool with if you consider how much more important the DE position is over RB, and especially if you consider the production we've actually gotten out of all that money wasted at RB compared to DE...
DE is most likely going to get a larger portion of the cap, but what is killing this franchise is 10mil this year between 2 RBs, 5.5 for Godfrey, 8mil to Beason..
Despite just blindly pointing at numbers as an excuse why DE is holding this team back, the future philosophy seems largely dedicated to spending more money towards DE and DL.. 22mil in bad contracts is still more devistating when looking at the Panthers future moves..
and 10mil of that coming from RBs who we could have replaced with Tolbert or any number of mid round draft picks is far too much to excuse if we are going to point fingers at why we can't sign a big name WR...
If your gonna use bs to make and argument at least half ass get it right.
You can have the coolest car in the world in the garage but without gas and a road what good is it?
Some of you idiots don't understand football at all. You just look at numbers and go dumb. If that's the case Steve smith should have been cut in 2010, ohh wait then he got a guy to get him the ball and threw up 1300 yards.
You really really need to recheck your numbers and math.
This is why I keep preaching maximize your investment, you guys will learn one day. When you don't you start blaming the player and attacking his contract, without realizing he doesn't have the tools to be successful.
It's such a mystery whey our team can't afford to bring in a dominant offensive line. It's almost as if they spent all their money paying two good running backs as if they were near elite status players.
I like Williams, he is a genuine down to earth guy and he is entitled to his opinion. However, it appears these guys might have become a tad (sarcasm) complacent on the Hurney gravy train. They like getting rich with their friends more than winning.