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In response to pezz4pats' comment:
In response to DeadAhead's comment:
Why don't you do it, stupid? You're the one stalking me calling me a liar constantly as YOU lie.
It's financially impossible to have the highest salary in the NFL in 2005 or 2011 and then claim his cap hit does not affect the budget under the cap.
It absolutely took up MORE of the cap since the cap hasn't risen since what, 2008?
It's simple math, dumb-dumb.
Ahh, you're the one saying his cap hit had doubled and tripled in a flat cap, since 2010.
Prove it, liar.
Back up your words, LIES or admit you are a liar.
I'm calling you out!
I'm going to call out EVERY SINGLE LIE, from now until you leave in shame.
Do it now, or leave in disgrace.
No, I didn't. I said he signed a new deal in 2010 where his new contract would lead the NFL in 2011 when that extension kicked in. The deal was finalized in Sept 2010, however.
Of course his cap hit goes up from the previous ones, if his new deal, stupid.
Here is how his 2011 deal unfolded:
Now, here is how his previous salary handicapped BB:
You're looking at 14 and 15 million as cap hits alone which is only similar to the money they moved in 2008 for Brady with a selfish 14 million in 2008 when the cap was barely over 115 million.
"How so? Because while the restructuring for this year reduced Brady's 2007 salary-cap charge to $7.346 million, roughly $4 million less than before the deal was redone Sunday morning, it inflated the cap hit for each of the subsequent seasons through 2010. All of the maneuvering with the new six-year, $60 million contract that Brady signed in May of 2005 -- the initial $14.5 million signing bonus, a $12 million option bonus in March 2006 that was converted into a second signing bonus, and Sunday's machinations -- means the quarterback is carrying prohibitive cap charges over the final three seasons of the contract.
Just how prohibitive? Try a cap charge of $14.626 million for 2008."
Even if the league's spending limit increases to $116 million in 2008, as anticipated, Brady's cap charge, if untouched, would represent a whopping 12.6 percent of the New England budget."
And you wonder why BB wasn't spending wildly in 2008 and 2009 huh? LMAO
Brady who wanted Moss and got everything he wanted in 2007 and beyond. Brady. When the time came in SB 42, 2010, 2011, 2012, what did Brady do with loaded and cheap talent in here? Hmm. The only year it appears where his cap hit wasn't offensive was 2012.
Sure seems like at every turn his cap charge was a LARGE part of our budget. LARGE.
Salaries and cap charges are two different things, dumbo. No matter how you slice it, you lose. He got a bigger deal in 2011 as opposed to 2005 and his cap numbers take up MORE %-wise than it did previously because the cap never really rose much.
The cap in 2009 is literally the same as it was in 2009. Get it? Whether it's a whopping 12 percent in a 116 million cap or a 15 mil cap charge in a 123 mil budget, that's still quite a bit if we're talking cap hit%.
Sure seems like Brady's salary is taking up a LARGE chunk of he budget, doesn't it? Wouldn't that mean when playoff time comes around he needs to prove that contract????
Remember when fans here bashed Gomie for taking huge contracts and then trying to put up stats acting as if it that was all it took for SB rings?
Well, here's why you are the stupidist person alive. The large cap hit that WOULD HAVE BEEN. Never happened due to restructure.
Even if it were true, which it isn't. Who was the league MVP in 2007 and 2010?
You don't think the league MVP, GOAT, is worth more than the other slugs?
Brady salary cap hit for 2011, 2012. 2013. 2014 is LOWER than 2006,
The contract hit was spread out and never reached potential
Thank you TB for saving BB from CAP hell, year after year after year.
Too bad he gave you crap receivers and crap defenses for your efforts.
Shame on BB.