I've had no issues with Texans, but trying out a season or two as the Jags I cannot seem to make any money. I've tried: - leaving prices around the Decent/Good value boundary - dropping prices to lowest $ - raising prices to highest $ - relocation for year 2 I can tread water in year 1 and finish barely in the positive--but not enough to resign any good players and certainly not enough to sign a single impact FA despite having $40-50 mil of cap space. By year 2, in both the relocation and the non-relocation tries, finances start to spiral downward. Both times I've finished the year $8-10 mil in the red, with a warning that I'll be ousted that time next year. Again, zero impact FAs and lose even more of my own players. As far as I can tell, W/L makes an enormous impact on revenue. So for a team like the Jags, what I've outlined above is an incredibly vicious cycle, as the more players you can't afford to keep, the more money you lose the next year. Anyone have any tips? Has anyone had success in CFM financially with a team that wasn't already well set-up?