Team profiles - CAP SPACE!

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  1. CHUNKNESS

    CHUNKNESS Commissioner Quality Simulation Football

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    Alright, gentlemen. As seen in the Connected Careers Manual, we now know the scheme, CAP SPACE, and strengths/weaknesses for every team. You may review each team's individual profile assessment for draft picks in their possession as well as player types & values on the team's roster. This is a HUGE help for us to get a jump start in preparation for the team draft. PLEASE, initiate your homework NOW so that we aren't dragging our feet when August 28 comes around. Thanks in advance. :)


    ARIZONA CARDINALS
    Scheme: Power Run / Attacking 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $9.45M
    Strengths: HB, LT, LE, SS
    Weaknesses: QB, TE, LOLB

    ATLANTA FALCONS
    Scheme: Power Run / Attacking 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $2.86M
    Strengths: HB, WR, RE, DT, CB
    Weaknesses: RG, MLB, SS

    BALTIMORE RAVENS
    Scheme: Power Run / Hybrid Multiple Front
    Salary Cap Room: $2.46M
    Strengths: HB, RE, ROLB, FS
    Weaknesses: TE, LOLB

    BUFFALO BILLS
    Scheme: Spread / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $4.25M
    Strengths: HB, LE, DT, FS
    Weaknesses: WR, TE, CB

    CAROLINA PANTHERS
    Scheme: Balanced / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $9.68M
    Strengths: QB, LT, RE, MLB
    Weaknesses: LG, RG, FS

    CHICAGO BEARS
    Scheme: Power Run / Tampa 2
    Salary Cap Room: $4.04M
    Strengths: QB, HB, RE, MLB, ROLB
    Weaknesses: TE, OL, DT, FS, SS

    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    Scheme: Balanced Offense / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $17.91M
    Strengths: LT, LE, DT, LB, CB
    Weaknesses: WR, TE, RG, SS

    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    Scheme: West Coast / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $9.62M
    Strengths: HB, LT, DT, MLB
    Weaknesses: QB, WR, LG, RT, FS

    DALLAS COWBOYS
    Scheme: Balanced Offense / Attacking 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $3.38M
    Strengths: TE, DT, ROLB
    Weaknesses: TE, DT, ROLB

    DENVER BRONCOS
    Scheme: Spread / Attacking 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $4.80M
    Strengths: QB, LT, RE, DT, LOLB, ROLB
    Weaknesses: WR, TE, LG, C, RT, FS, SS

    DETROIT LIONS
    Scheme: Vertical Offense / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $3.05M
    Strengths: QB, WR, LE
    Weaknesses: C, CB, SS

    GREEN BAY PACKERS
    Scheme: West Coast / Attacking 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $4.81M
    Strengths: QB, WR, LOLB
    Weaknesses: HB, LT, FS, SS

    HOUSTON TEXANS
    Scheme: Zone Run / Attacking 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $14.62M
    Strengths: HB, C, MLB
    Weaknesses: RG, RT, SS

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
    Scheme: Balanced / Hybrid Multiple Fronts
    Salary Cap Room: $32.10M
    Strengths: LOLB, ROLB, FS
    Weaknesses: HB, WR, TE, OL

    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
    Scheme: Balanced Offense / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $8.66M
    Strengths: HB, LOLB, MLB
    Weaknesses: QB, LG, RE

    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    Scheme: Zone Run / Base 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $7.06M
    Strengths: HB, RT, MLB, ROLB
    Weaknesses: TE, FS

    MIAMI DOLPHINS
    Scheme: West Coast / Base 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $9.84M
    Strengths: HB, LT, RE, DT, MLB
    Weaknesses: WR, TE, RT, FS, SS

    MINNESOTA VIKINGS
    Scheme: West Coast / Tampa 2
    Salary Cap Room: $12.68M
    Strengths: HB, RE, DT
    Weaknesses: QB, LG, MLB, FS, SS

    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    Scheme: Spread / Hybrid Multiple Front
    Salary Cap Room: $10.18M
    Strengths: QB, TE, DT
    Weaknesses: HB, RE, CB, FS

    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
    Scheme: Vertical Offense / Attacking 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $6.24M
    Strengths: QB, HB, TE
    Weaknesses: C, CB

    NEW YORK GIANTS
    Scheme: Balanced Offense / Attacking 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $4.56M
    Strengths: QB, LE, RE
    Weaknesses: TE, RT, MLB, ROLB

    NEW YORK JETS
    Scheme: Power Run / Attacking 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $5.94M
    Strengths: HB, LT, C, DT, CB
    Weaknesses: RT, WR, LOLB

    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    Scheme: Vertical Offense / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $9.17M
    Strengths: FB, LT, DT
    Weaknesses: TE, LG, LE

    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
    Scheme: Spread / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $11.29M
    Strengths: HB, WR, LT, RE, DT
    Weaknesses: C, RG, ROLB, SS

    PITTSBURGH STEELERS
    Scheme: Balanced Offense / Zone Blitz 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $3.27M
    Strengths: QB, DT, LOLB, ROLB, SS
    Weaknesses: LT, CB

    SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
    Scheme: Vertical Offense / Attacking 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $1.75M
    Strengths: QB, HB, RE, LOLB, FS
    Weaknesses: LG, SS

    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    Scheme: Power Run / Base 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $6.3M
    Strengths: HB, TE, LG, RE, MLB
    Weaknesses: C, RG

    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
    Scheme: West Coast / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $5.99M
    Strengths: HB, FS, DT
    Weaknesses: WR, LG, RG

    ST LOUIS RAMS
    Scheme: Power Run / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $7.68M
    Strengths: HB, RG, LE
    Weaknesses: WR, TE, LG

    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
    Scheme: Power Run / Tampa 2
    Salary Cap Room: $7.72M
    Strengths: QB, WR, LT, LG
    Weaknesses: TE, RT, MLB

    TENNESSEE TITANS
    Scheme: Balanced Offense / Base 4-3
    Salary Cap Room: $14.21M
    Strengths: HB, LT, LG, RT
    Weaknesses: C, RG, LE

    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    Scheme: West Coast / Base 3-4
    Salary Cap Room: $3.74M
    Strengths: MLB, ROLB
    Weaknesses: RT, FS, SS
     
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  2. LtJustice

    LtJustice QSF Commissioner

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    For those that don't want to do the legwork, here are the cap numbers from most space to least:

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS - $ 32.10
    CINCINNATI BENGALS - $ 17.91
    HOUSTON TEXANS - $ 14.62
    TENNESSEE TITANS - $ 14.21
    MINNESOTA VIKINGS - $ 12.68
    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES - $ 11.29
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS - $ 10.18
    MIAMI DOLPHINS - $ 9.84
    CAROLINA PANTHERS - $ 9.68
    CLEVELAND BROWNS - $ 9.62
    ARIZONA CARDINALS - $ 9.45
    OAKLAND RAIDERS - $ 9.17
    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS - $ 8.66
    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS - $ 7.72
    ST LOUIS RAMS - $ 7.68
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS - $ 7.06
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS - $ 6.30
    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS - $ 6.24
    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS - $ 5.99
    NEW YORK JETS - $ 5.94
    GREEN BAY PACKERS - $ 4.81
    DENVER BRONCOS - $ 4.80
    NEW YORK GIANTS - $ 4.56
    BUFFALO BILLS - $ 4.25
    CHICAGO BEARS - $ 4.04
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS - $ 3.74
    DALLAS COWBOYS - $ 3.38
    PITTSBURGH STEELERS - $ 3.27
    DETROIT LIONS - $ 3.05
    ATLANTA FALCONS - $ 2.86
    BALTIMORE RAVENS - $ 2.46
    SAN DIEGO CHARGERS - $ 1.75
     
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  3. cry_havoc

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    your a good man Jim
     
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  4. ferocious

    ferocious Bring it

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    The way I see it either Im gonna get a shitty team with a shit load of cap room, or a great team with none. Either way Ill be ready to rumble!!!
     
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  5. PepperNY

    PepperNY Fear the Spear

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    It would not surprise me at all to see the teams with alot of cap space go very early. I recall the teams with the most cap went if not in the top 10 just outside of the top 10 last year.
     
  6. javy0472

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    nice work
     
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  7. ferocious

    ferocious Bring it

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    LtJustice
    redlishus
    Even with all this information top 2 picks cant make up their mind????:eek: You both know that you cant pick a USER's to play your games right??:D
     
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  8. redlishus

    redlishus PMFL Staff - El Guesser

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    I have two days to make up my mind. I'm leaning towards the giants after playing the demo however.
     
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  9. klaximilian

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    Im confused. When did the Falcons change to a 3-4 defensive front?
     
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  10. LtJustice

    LtJustice QSF Commissioner

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    Relax Zo, you'll get your chance. Besides, I can't pick the Eagles without playing a game or two with them first. ;)
     
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  11. ferocious

    ferocious Bring it

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    My point being that an Awesome Team like my Eagles aint gonna help your record. Unless you let the CPU play ur games. Lol. I already told you about my Eagles. Just ask Pope!! Lmao.
     
  12. ferocious

    ferocious Bring it

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    Probably at the same time the Colts did, making Freeny a ROLB. Lol
     
  13. ThaBayouChef

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    Not sure. But seing as though they lost their best LB this off-season, be a pretty boneheaded move to switch to a 3-4 now.
     
  14. Michael Overman

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    Sean Weatherspoon is our best linebacker...we just let a very good non playmaking LB go b/c he wanted way too much money for his ability...so instead... now he is injured on your roster making tons of green...and you guys had to make a trade for B.Rudd b/c of it yesterday
     
  15. klaximilian

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    Great, so where does that leave the Falcons defense? I'm sure if anyone knows what is it, it would be you since you're the diehard Falcons fan around here.:)

    I just can't see them running a 3-4, nor have I heard anything regarding it.

    Edumacate us, good sir.
     
  16. Michael Overman

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    They do not run a 3-4... They run a 4-3 Base...with a few 3-4 looks...Mike Nolan def. has a lot of people standing up on D that we did not have before...and we will probably keep progressing towards more and more 3-4 looks...that being said...We are def. still a 4-3 team
     
  17. ThaBayouChef

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    Well yea, he's your best LB now that Lofton is gone. How are you going to say he's better than a guy who has 3 consecutive 100+ tackle seasons though, and led your team in tackles every year? And Ruud was brought in because Chris Chamberlain tore his ACL, not for anything to do with Lofton. Good try though.
     
  18. redlishus

    redlishus PMFL Staff - El Guesser

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    Wow. Poor guy is getting piled on. I did initial hazing but let's give him a break here.

    He's a fan of his team and follows them more than you do, so I would go out on a limb and say he probably knows a little more than you do.
     
  19. klaximilian

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    I feel like I'm watching two new guys go at it in the octagon of death.

    This should all be in good fun, hopefully no one takes it too seriously.
     
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  20. Michael Overman

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    Injuries to your already decimated LB core is what caused this trade...how does Lofton not fit into that? Lofton has had knee problems and can't cover the pass...he is a very good linebacker...I like him...I liked him for us... he is/was solid. He has looked like one of the better linebackers on the field when I watched the Saints games. He is very good...he just isn't great...you will notice as the season progresses...he is solid and dependable...but doesn't play well on third down, and lacks impact plays...IE interceptions or FF...although in fairness I'm pretty sure I saw him cause a fumble for you guys this preaseason...

    We are starting a second year player out of UGA...Akeem Dent in Lofton's place...I think you will see simliar production out of this very young and not as veteran savvy player Dent (if avoiding injury) I think those stats are also a product of the system we play and the position in that system...we shall see
     
  21. CaptMoe

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    Mike Nolan has never had any 3-4 looks in his defenses, as far as I can remember. Maybe he's switching things up...
     
  22. Michael Overman

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  23. LtJustice

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    Good stuff Michael Overman

    With that article I think we can say case closed! (y)
     
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  24. CaptMoe

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    Ok, next subject...lol
     

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