Originally Posted by Henry
With all due respect, Nunyo's not the sharpest knife in the drawer. When he writes an article about the cap that includes such gems as
it's tough to spend nights worrying about his assessment of a team's cap management capabilities.
If any team decided to go for it, more power to them. Many teams in the past have made a big money push to go over the top. Not so many from the Redskins' position - most wait til they are a player or two away to start throwing money around. But so what? As Jerry Jones said in the article, sometimes he lost with that approach, and sometimes he won.
The amazing, totally amazing really, aspect of your team's strategy is the denial that down the road, there will be have to be sacrifices made. This is what is so amusing.The franchise denying that it's a two year window, and the fanbase swallowing whole and spitting it out at every opportunity.
The Washington Redsjins alone are going to avoid paying the price that every single other team has, and will have to pay for this pack n pay the roster strategy. It's sheer nonsense to think in your case alone the piper won't have to be paid.
Now if in these next two years, you win it all, sure, paying won't be so awful. You will have a ring to see you thru the lean years.
But if you don't, 2006 and the few years thereafter will be just as hellish for you as it is for the other 31 teams when they miscalculate.
Cash doesn't "solve cap". It just delays it.