Enjoying my teams losses more than I should 😙
- Oct 18, 2013
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Carolina Panthers. Zach Wilson.
Drd is so selfish.
2 years for the rookies, 3 for Landon Collins.i need you to tell me how many years for above players. Rookies 1-2, vets 2-3 are the options.
There's still a couple of guys I need to make decisions on (like Derrick Henry), but I'm projecting I'll have about $30m to play with in Free AgencyWith Drd23's selections, he would gone from negative 13m cap to about plus 50
Legit haven't heard of one of your rookies.Mojave Riders....
2 - Cameron Dantzler, Neville Gallimore, Alex Highsmith, Darney Holmes, Jaylon Johnson, Bryce Huff, Justin Madbuike, L'Jarius Sneed, DJ Wonnum
2 - Will Dissly, Andrew Van Ginkle
3rd Rnd - Josh Sweat
so if I tag a guy with a first round pick, someone wins the bid for him of say $2m. I then get a chance to match the bid and my salary cap take a hit of his salary + $2m (winning bid) to keep him. Or I don't match and get a first round pick as compo for losing him.It's all explained in detail on the HOME page of the site, in the FEBRUARY section (scroll down).
But in layman's terms, various reasonings...
1. You can't re-sign more than 2 vets, so this is a way to hold onto another 2 vets.
2. You tag a vet because you dont really want him, he's old, has a huge salary, but hes still got some juice in him and will attract buyers in the Auction stage...if someone wins him in Auction, then the new owner has to give you a draft pick equal to the value of the draft round grade you tagged him with. Good example was Tom Brady last off-season....had a $5m+ salary, Lenny ummed/ahhed whether to re-sign him, so thought he could attract a 3rd round pick for him, I won him in Auction, Lenny elected to not match the offer, so I won him, and had to trade Lenny my 3rd round pick.
3. You tag him with a high draft round grade because you DO want him still, and its a way to ward off people from trying to bid on him in Auction.
4. You tag a player you want, but you give them a reasonable draft grade, say a 3rd, because you have every intention of MATCHING the winning bid...because someone bid on a tagged player, that then allows you to offer them a 3-5 yr contract and the tag dollars dont apply. A way to re-sign a 3rd or 4th vet for 3-5 years...putting them thru a tag, hoping they get bid on, matching the offer, allowing you to then offer a 3-5 yr contract....because if a tagged player is not bid on, he just returns to your roster for a 1 yr contract like a franchise tag.
NOTE -- if a tagged player is bid on and won by new owner or matched by old owner....the tag dollars are not applied, just the BID dollars.
NOTE -- if a tagged player is not bid on, he returns to your roster on 1 yr contract PLUS the tag dollars applied.
Yes.so if I tag a guy with a first round pick, someone wins the bid for him of say $2m. I then get a chance to match the bid and my salary cap take a hit of his salary + $2m (winning bid) to keep him. Or I don't match and get a first round pick as compo for losing him.
Is that right?
Going to make my resigning of OBJ for $1.6m interesting if I can potentially get a 1st round pick for him