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Old 03-12-2014   #183
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Default Re: 2014 NFL Free Agent Tracker

PFF 2014 Free Agency Deal Grader
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A cap rise means NFL players hitting free agency can be expecting some big paydays in their future. Of course as good as that is for them and as easy as it is to get caught up in handing out big money, that doesn’t necessarily make the deal a good one for a team.

So as we do every year we’re bringing back our annual deal grader using the PFF methodology for grading to tell you what we think about how the deals shake up. You’ll get more updated feedback and analysis from our Live Reaction Blog but if you want to see how we see deals compared to each other, here’s the place to be.

Note: We’ll only be grading deals where players have hit the open market. So players cut are fair game, while as players re-signed before 4pm on Tuesday 11th of March will not be.

+2.0: A move that is guaranteed to take your franchise to another level

+1.5: That’s just great value!

+1.0: That should work out very nicely!

+0.5: Common sense shines through

0.0: Color us indifferent

-0.5: Did you really need to make that move?

-1.0: That’s an awfully big gamble there

-1.5: Now why would you go and do that?

-2.0: You’re bringing back Brett Favre?
See the grades/updates: https://www.profootballfocus.com/blo...y-deal-grader/
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