Or we just keep pushing it into the future as we have been. In actual economics, it would be a terrible move, but it seems that in Salary-cap-onomics, it might work. Maybe the parallels to real world budgets and such just don't exist. We've always looked at the Redskins and thoer BS that they'd have to pay the piper eventually, and now it would look like we'll "be in horrible shape in a couple of seasons" but the truth is, we are in horrible shape right now... and working our way out of it. There is a common belief that eventually it will catch up to us, and I'm one that always thought that was the case. I am starting to think that the yearly re-shuffling will just keep going on indefinitely. Some years, we'll have more and some less, but I think I am finally realizing that the Cowboys may be able put cap hell off indefinitely after all. Yeah, we'll hit cap purgatory (like this year), but there seem to be ways to avoid an all out apocalypse.