We’ll take cumulative look at our True Value Ratings, taking note of players in the final year of their current contract who are out-performing their pay this season (and should be expecting a nice pay-day forthcoming).
When looking at the offensive statistical leaders through Week 12 from a salary cap standpoint, we find that many of the top performers in 2014 are not necessarily (even close to) the top paid players.
The Week 11 edition of Spotrac’s Team & Player Value Rankings features the New England Patriots, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks, and Philadelphia Eagles.
A look at which players might be offered the franchise tag in 2015.
The NFL team salary cap is projected to rise steeply for the 2015 season, thanks in large part to the culmination of new television packages. We’ll use the recently projected figure of $140,000,000 to guage how each NFL team currently looks in terms of next year’s cap allocation.
Taking a look at notable quarterbacks whose current contracts may need attention this offseason. Some may simply need a restructure to reduce the bloated cap figure, others may be nearing expiration and due an extension. And others may simply be on the bubble because of their pay/production value to the team.
Heading into Sunday’s Week 11 games, we’ve taken a step back to assess how each NFL team currently looks financially, analyzing 53-man rosters, reserve/injured lists, and projected starting lineups.
The Week 10 edition of the Best Value NFL Team & Player Rankings features the Cowboys, Browns, and Broncos near the top, with the Bears, Raiders, and Chiefs trending downward.
We’ll take a look at the Broncos’ current 2015 salary outlook, and recommend/project a few options they may consider this offseason to keep these notable players on the roster next year.
Through 9 weeks of football the NFL has seen a surprising amount of parity across the league, especially so in the AFC. Many teams are seeing outstanding production from their young and inexpensive talent thus far in 2014, a recipe for long-term success. We’ll take a look at the players who are outperforming their pay in the final year of their current contracts.