Seattle Seahawks When taking some quick math to the following comparison table, we see that the Seahawks focused heavily on re-signing and/or improving their defense for the 2014 season. In terms of salary cap allocation, the Seahawks are spending $42 million on their 2014 starting defense, up from $29.7 million in 2013. Offensively speaking Seattle made […]
As Week 2 of the 2014 NFL season wraps (not so quietly), we present the Best Value roster, touting the player at each position with the highest True Value Statistic rating (based on statistical production vs. 2014 salary cap dollars).
We’ve taken a look across each of these lists and pulled out an All-Reserve team, highlighting notable players not currently on the active roster from each position.
Since the departure of Jim Kelly in 1997, it’s safe to say the Buffalo Bills have had a “rough go”. Now in year 14 of their postseason drought, current QB E.J. Manuel is the 10th starter since the K-Gun era. We’ll evaluate the finances that have gone into these 17 years.
Each offseason, a few NFL players become casualties of their current team’s dwindling salary cap space. In some cases these players are traded elsewhere, while the rest are simply released. In doing so, these high paid players generally leave behind sizeable chunks of what is referred to as “dead salary cap”. In short, dead cap […]
The latest NFL player to find himself in legal trouble is VIkings star RB Adrian Peterson. We’ll assess his current contract status, and make not of the implications of his release.
We’ll take a look at how the Ravens have their 2014 cap dollars allocated positionally heading into their week two contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Week one of the NFL season brought many of surprises to the scoreboard, and a few “same as always” performances on the field as well. We’ll take a look at the each of the individual performance’s across all 32 teams, then compare that production to their current 2014 salary cap allocation to determine the best values of the week.
With new video surfacing amidst the Ray Rice domestic violence saga, it’s looking more and more like the best case scenario for the Baltimore Ravens will be to cut ties with the once All-Pro running back. We’ll take a look from the financial side of things how this might turn out for both parties.