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Old 10-28-2013   #274
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Default Re: Rick Smith's poor job of managing the cap has closed our window for the time bein

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Originally Posted by Texian View Post
According to PFF out of 106 ranked CBs, Joseph is ranked #23. That's respectable. Cutting Joseph and the Texans secondary is only getting worse not better. I think the pass rush and run defense are bigger problems facing the defense. Currently the Texans Passing D is ranked #1, the Texans Rushing D is #27.
If the pass rush gets fixed, we don't need Jjo to play so well. McCain would even look better.

For a $10M cap hit we need him to look as good on the field as he does on paper. Especially knowing there are 22 corners playing better.

If we don't cut him, it would be in our best interest to renegotiate, kick some of that money down the line bringing his cap hit down to the $3M-$5M range, again providing cap relief while aligning his expected performance with his cap number.
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