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#1 edjr

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 09:30 AM

Oakland Raiders $ 152,389,371
Dallas Cowboys $ 146,401,600
Minnesota Vikings $ 133,354,045
Cleveland Browns $ 131,916,300
New Orleans Saints $ 131,531,820
Pittsburgh Steelers $ 128,815,061
Tennessee Titans $ 126,017,443
Arizona Cardinals $ 122,110,110
Jacksonville Jaguars $ 122,109,207
Chicago Bears $ 120,065,819
San Francisco 49ers $ 118,766,239
New York Jets $ 116,910,097
St. Louis Rams $ 116,677,660
New York Giants $ 115,816,180
Miami Dolphins $ 114,649,660
Buffalo Bills $ 113,364,927
Carolina Panthers $ 112,114,711
Washington Redskins $ 111,963,684
San Diego Chargers $ 111,813,340
Cincinnati Bengals $ 109,727,880
Philadelphia Eagles $ 109,557,398
Houston Texans $ 108,445,418
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $ 104,329,311
Seattle Seahawks $ 102,985,710
Atlanta Falcons $ 96,391,525
Detroit Lions $ 95,827,117
Denver Broncos $ 95,599,778
Green Bay Packers $ 94,018,300
Indianapolis Colts $ 93,373,915
New England Patriots $ 92,734,120
Baltimore Ravens $ 90,713,965
Kansas City Chiefs $ 83,623,776



2 of the top 4

Raiders and Browns :unsure:

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#2 BMoney

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 10:13 AM

is kansas city in a 3rd world country? isnt there a minimum that you must spend?

god bless the cap....but last in the nfl? dont they tourture their fans enough with baseball? no wonder the nhl is staying away...

#3 tbone138

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 10:18 AM

Look at them cols

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 10:25 AM

is kansas city in a 3rd world country? isnt there a minimum that you must spend?

god bless the cap....but last in the nfl? dont they tourture their fans enough with baseball? no wonder the nhl is staying away...


Same as MLB, KC is the worst sports city in the world.

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#5 Phurfur

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 10:28 AM

No one mention Baltimore, Indy and NE. Competitive,, in the playoff hunt and the second lowest payroll. That is impressive.

#6 edjr

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 10:31 AM

No one mention Baltimore, Indy and NE. Competitive,, in the playoff hunt and the second lowest payroll. That is impressive.


Denver Broncos $ 95,599,778
Indianapolis Colts $ 93,373,915
New England Patriots $ 92,734,120
Baltimore Ravens $ 90,713,965


All in the playoff hunt

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 10:33 AM

Denver Broncos $ 95,599,778
Indianapolis Colts $ 93,373,915
New England Patriots $ 92,734,120
Baltimore Ravens $ 90,713,965
All in the playoff hunt


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#8 edjr

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 10:38 AM

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Which of the teams I listed also lost their starting QB week 1?

Imagine if the colts lost Manning? they'd be 3 and 10 right now, if that.

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#9 dhockster

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 11:05 AM

is kansas city in a 3rd world country? isnt there a minimum that you must spend?

god bless the cap....but last in the nfl? dont they tourture their fans enough with baseball? no wonder the nhl is staying away...


This is a payroll listing (actual dollars spent) not a salary cap listing. The minimum and maximum numbers apply to the salary cap numbers. Oakland is so high because they signed a lot of non-productive people this year who had outreagous signing bonuses. The total dollars of the signing bonus counts as payroll but only a pro rated amount counts toward the salary cap

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 04:01 PM

2 of the top 4

Raiders and Browns :thumbsup:


I would love to have a mathematician write an algorithm and figure out a formula to calculate ROI.