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Old 11-04-2013   #361
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Drafting Bullock was another cap decision band aid that has backfired more than once. Draft a kicker pay him minimum and that way you don't have to pay $1+ million for a vet kicker like Rackers or Graham. Frees up $600K in cap room. OOPs!
Rackers and Graham are eligible for a senior deal which halves their cap hit so that wasn't a factor.
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Rackers and Graham are eligible for a senior deal which halves their cap hit so that wasn't a factor.
Rackers and Graham were each paid a million per year, more than half of what Bullock is making. Actually Rackers had a 2 year $4.1 million contract so drafting Bullock saved more that I first suggested.
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I think it was more of a case of mis-evaluation.

Greg Zuerlein and Blair Walsh were both drafted in the sixth round in the same draft, and they are doing better than Bullock.

Zuerlein is 37-47, with 7 of the 10 misses over 50 yards.
Walsh is simply killing it at 46-51.
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I think it was more of a case of mis-evaluation.

Greg Zuerlein and Blair Walsh were both drafted in the sixth round in the same draft, and they are doing better than Bullock.

Zuerlein is 37-47, with 7 of the 10 misses over 50 yards.
Walsh is simply killing it at 46-51.
Baltimore signed Justin Tucker as a UDFA the same year. Ozzie doing it again.
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Rackers and Graham were each paid over a million per year, more than half of what Bullock is making.
Neil Rackers wasn't in the league in 2012. He'd have taken vet min.

From spotrac it appears Shane Graham's contract with the Texans was a qualifying contract of 940k salary, 20k signing and 45 k other bonus for $1.005 mil. 50% of which is $502,500.

Bullock's cap hit this season is $449,527. The difference is inconsequential.

It was a bad pick but not one forced by the cap.
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Baltimore signed Justin Tucker as a UDFA the same year. Ozzie doing it again.
I guess Kubiak prefers Aggies over Longhorns.
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Neil Rackers wasn't in the league in 2012. He'd have taken vet min.

From spotrac it appears Shane Graham's contract with the Texans was a qualifying contract of 940k salary, 20k signing and 45 k other bonus for $1.005 mil. 50% of which is $502,500.

Bullock's cap hit this season is $449,527. The difference is inconsequential.

It was a bad pick but not one forced by the cap.
Let me walk you through this, Rackers had signed a 2 yr $4.1 million contract in 2010. Saying he would sign for Vet min is an assumption. He was after all he was Top 5 in FGs. The Texans had restructured 3 contracts in 2011 and prior to the 2012 draft they had released Winston, Vickers, Lienart, traded Ryans just to get under the cap. So yes prior to the 2012 draft the Texans didn't have the money to sign Rackers at $2 million or another Vet at a $1 million. So yes drafting a place kicker in the 5th Rd was a salary cap decision. ABSOULTELY. NO DOUBT! Bullock disappoints in OTAs so they have to bring in Graham, but before they can do that they had to release Jacoby Jones, oops that's another Mil they weren't counting on. The Texans as accustomed restructure more contracts in Aug 2012 in order to get the 53 man roster & 8 player practice squad under the salary cap.

If $600K is inconsequential then with another measly inconsequential $600K the Texans could've signed a Top 5 PK. When you don't have enough money to buy a box of #2 pencils then $600K isn't inconsequential. It is this mindset and logic that when $600K is inconsequential, that is what causes and creates salary cap problems. When $600K stops becoming inconsequential is when you stop having salary cap problems. When you start managing the $600k as consequential the salary cap stops becoming a problem. Sometimes when you're forced to make decisions dictated by the salary cap it comes back to bite you in the butt and this time it did, again.
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You must laugh at yourself while you type. Yeah I am sure Rackers would rather sit on the couch as he did than get paid a mil. Hey I'll bet when he kicks tomorrow he'll point out the last time he was in the NFL he made $2 mil.

As with the remainder of your post, the $600k is pulled out of your posterior orifice.
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The Texans had a little over $2.4M in carryover from 2012.
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You must laugh at yourself while you type. Yeah I am sure Rackers would rather sit on the couch as he did than get paid a mil. Hey I'll bet when he kicks tomorrow he'll point out the last time he was in the NFL he made $2 mil.

As with the remainder of your post, the $600k is pulled out of your posterior orifice.
Is that you Ritchie Incognito? You're always so pleasant.

Still doesn't change the fact that the decision to draft Bullock was dictated by the salary cap. And no the only laughing I do is at some of your driveby trolling post.
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Just curious, the NFL set the cap and all it's workings and forced it on the players; so how were the individual team owners surprised? McNair is one of the big dogs and is well respected so how come he didn't know cap would be flat in new CBA? Cannot believe the commish came up with it on his own and "surprised" the owners with a plan that saved them millions.
That's definitely a fair point and one I had not thought about. It seems to me that the Texans, and we're far from the only team, were signing contracts that seem to imply they saw an increase in these past two years larger than what they got. Does that not seem true to you?
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I deff think Rick smith needs to be fired he made 2 many errors

depending on how the rest of the season goes I would def be fine if Kubes stays and Rick gets fired


I would also be fine if both Rick and Kubes get fired o would not mind that either
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I'm not even going to worry about it. They're going to do whatever they're going to do. I'm still going to support the Texans. I'm going to go to the games & I'm going to act like they're no different than any other team & have a chance to win despite the issues.
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The team ( core + Kubiak & Smith ) peeked in 2011 . I think there was some mismanagement of the cap , holding on to and rewarding average talent , and missing badly on the next in line when you cut somebody .

What's this mean to me , you still have some good components for a team . You need a different view to the talent because K&S have been looking at the same guys to long .
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Is that you Ritchie Incognito? You're always so pleasant.

Still doesn't change the fact that the decision to draft Bullock was dictated by the salary cap. And no the only laughing I do is at some of your driveby trolling post.
You simply cannot prove this. How do you know they were not thinking, hey this kid is legit... lets draft him now and have this position locked up for years to come??

Quit acting like you have it all figured out when you don't.
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The team ( core + Kubiak & Smith ) peeked in 2011 . I think there was some mismanagement of the cap , holding on to and rewarding average talent , and missing badly on the next in line when you cut somebody .

What's this mean to me , you still have some good components for a team . You need a different view to the talent because K&S have been looking at the same guys to long .
Not to mention Alex Gibbs effect was still around in 2011. Not so much anymore. People seem to forget just how stout our running game became with the master around to architect it for a couple of years. The longer removed we are, the worse our O-line seems to get.
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I deff think Rick smith needs to be fired he made 2 many errors

depending on how the rest of the season goes I would def be fine if Kubes stays and Rick gets fired


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You simply cannot prove this. How do you know they were not thinking, hey this kid is legit... lets draft him now and have this position locked up for years to come??

Quit acting like you have it all figured out when you don't.
This much I do know, the Texans started that year by cutting Winston, Vickers and Lienart and trading Ryans in order to get under the salary cap. The Texans didn't have a PK because Rackers was a FA. The Texans drafted Bullock and he showed up at OTAs with a bum leg. In order to bring in an experienced kicker as backup the Texans first had to release Jacoby Jones in order to sign Graham.

Some people have a brain and they use it. Others choose to ignore the obvious. Which one are you? Just because you don't understand the why and what for doesn't mean that other people do understand what is going on.
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This much I do know, the Texans started that year by cutting Winston, Vickers and Lienart and trading Ryans in order to get under the salary cap. The Texans didn't have a PK because Rackers was a FA. The Texans drafted Bullock and he showed up at OTAs with a bum leg. In order to bring in an experienced kicker as backup the Texans first had to release Jacoby Jones in order to sign Graham.

Some people have a brain and they use it. Others choose to ignore the obvious. Which one are you? Just because you don't understand the why and what for doesn't mean that other people do understand what is going on.
So, you are saying that when they drafted Bullock they knew he had a bum leg? HES A KICKER, and when you draft a kicker you expect him to be very good for a very long time. Rackers and Graham are both out of the league now, and Bullock could have easily been seen as an upgrade moving forward all things considered. It simply did not work out that way, it happens. Sometimes peoples brains make things more complicated than they really are.
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I'm not even going to worry about it. They're going to do whatever they're going to do. I'm still going to support the Texans. I'm going to go to the games & I'm going to act like they're no different than any other team & have a chance to win despite the issues.
Great post.

As Texans fans, we have a tendency to think some problems are only ours. They're not.
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