Re: Denver Salary Cap Hell
posted at 2/8/2014 1:29 PM EST
WHen I say you have CLEARLY never played sports, I mean CLEARLY you have never played sports.
Continuity and chemistry are arguably the two most important components in sports. Do I really need to go down the list of teams who had "cap space" to make all these aggressive moves, who always fail and fail miserably?
Batlimore got caught because they had guys retire all at once and they had no leverage on Flacco. You ignored this last year, you had no balls to take my bet, Hot Blitz did with class, and lost.
Roster turnover at high rates means you are in cap hell. It doesn't matter in what way, it just means you're not building your team in the right way. It doesn't mean you can just cut people you counted on to win some games and then show everyone your cap space, all insecurely. Rash roster moves just to clear cap space means you screwed up.
THat's what insecure, impatient teams do. I don't care if you're Dallas, Washington, the NY Jets, Lions, Tampa Bay just did, the Buffalo Bills, Miami does this every 3 years, etc.
What do they all have in common? They're LOSERS like you.
It's fascinating to me that people like you and Mt Hurl, two of the dumbest adults I've literally ever witnessed (who think they're smart)
If Denver had a base of players built, fine. But, they don't. They're old at some key spots and they've had crappy drafts lately.
All the players you listed to be cut don't even count the guys they're going to lose whom they considered to be major contributors to their 2013 team. Bailey, Chris Harris is an RFA, Woodyard, Moreno, Decker, Shaun Phillips, Rodgers-Cromartie, and whoever else they will lose from their starting roster, are key players.
Plopping down brand new humans in an orange jersey with a flashy name on that jersey doesn't mean anything. This isn't a video game. These are humans that need to work within a chemistry on the field. In fact, "cap space" means nothing without a base built. That means you're in a cap hell because you forgot to build a base first. Get it? How many times do I have to explain this to you idiots?
Do you lack this level of critical thinking, Mr. MBA? No wonder why you sold daddy's businesss. You have no business acumen whatsoever. It's quite comical to watch you showcase that here again, on your own thread. Priceless.
Can anyone name the good younger players on Denver beyond Thomas and Thomas? Who are their corners moving forward? LBs? Monte Fumbles is supposed to be a lead back now for 16 games? Bahwhha!
Clearing cap space does not absolve you of cap hell, moron. That's what you don't get.
The Jets have some space, but they have no base built yet. They have holes all over the roster, so the cap space means nothing, especially since no quality player wants to go into that mess.
Cap hell can vary, but it's still cap hell.
It kind of makes me laugh that someone who pretends to be intelligent, writes a sentence/paragraph like that. What is that exactly? What language is that considered to be a sentence in? I mean seriously, I could of driven to Denver and had Shannon Sharpe write that better...you sure you went to college?
And as far as your "salary cap hell" nonsense...so now it's the "roster turnover" that's bad? That's pretty interesting seeing how every team brings in somewhere around 30 plus new people into camp every year, with quite a few of them making the team. Take us for example we replaced our entire WR position, TE position and defensive line...then we shuffled in another 15 new guys to play D line, running back, corner, offensive tackle, offensive guard, center, punter and special teams. Does that mean we were in salary cap hell?
And the other day you actually ran around saying having too much cap space is actually a bad thing! That's very interesting! Bawahahaha! Can't be made up!
The thing that makes me laugh the most is claiming others didn't play sports, did you play sports rusty? Oh do tell! I can tell you right now that you sound like a guy who never played a sport in your life - the only sport you ever played was cutting people in line at the pain clinic, on your way to getting your hands on your next Hydrocodone script.