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Old 11-05-2013   #396
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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
Basically my point is the Texans are in this position because they put themselves in this position because of poor salary cap management. When you begin each league year without enough money to meet your minimum financial obligations for 3 years in a row that is poor salary cap management. It causes a deterioration in talent, prevents teams from adding quality talent and forces them to make decisions that they don't necessarily want to make and that is exactly where the Texans are today.....no excuses from me, follow the money, it tells actual and true story.
I would explore this further with you, except my dislike for the business side of football prevents it from happening.

I'm just not interested in it even though I do follow it.
It gives me no joy.

It's a good excercise for me to learn a little here and there.

All I need to know is it's not a hindrance to the team's performance.

For one thing, fixing the ST doesn't require a hell lot of capitals.
Why they fail to address this for so long is beyond me.
And it has nothing to do with cap space.
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