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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Dangermode, Feb 17, 2022.
Or none of y’all understand how the cap actually works, which is the most likely answer. lol
Fins have Tua on a rookie deal counting less than 10mil a yr and their starting rb counts 2 mil against the cap …so the Fins are paying 12 mil for qb and RB while Titans cap hit is 48mil between Tanny and Henry…
depends on your priorities and the Titans are a run first and defense team
It's not sustainable. It's go all-in short term then bust. Look at the Rams now. McVay already said he might retire once this core group leaves. He knows the Rams will blow up and will take 5+ years to rebuild.
That said, if it gets you a ring then its worth it. Fans here love to complain and criticize, but paying big money to Safford, Clowney, Dupree, and trading for Julio was JRob taking a shot. Even trading for, testing, and eventually paying Tannehill was part of that shot. People want to ***** about Tanny's cap hit, well that is a result of doing exactly what the Rams and Dolphins are doing. Everyone was happy to sign him. The restructure for his current hit was to pay Dupree, Landry, and Julio.
It just didn't work out in the end. it happens. What's the outcome look like if AJ Brown and Henry are healthy all year? What if the OL and Secondary aren't swiss cheese?
JRob obviously doesn't understand how the salary cap works.
I guarantee he has a better grasp of it than anyone in here does.
one person for sure.
Panthers are waiving Baker Mayfield today.
Grab him. He’s better than anything we’ve got backing up tanny and maybe even better than tanny
We're probably going to start seeing some of the bottom feeder teams start to let people go.