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09-17-2004, 03:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Stich
Not true.

If that was the case, then the NY Giants would have the same advantage over the Green Bay Packers. There's a reason why that's not the case... because that 'Rangers' deal is bad cap management.
Your argument is faulty because the Giants and Packers both have the same amount of money. If the Giants offered Ahman Green a $10 million signing bonus, GB has the resources to match it. If the Rangers offer Iginla a $7 million bonus, the Flames don't have the resources to match it.

And in the more proof that you can't build a dynasty under a cap file, the only team to win consecutive SuperBowls in over a decade was fined almost $1 million by the NFL today for cicumventing the cap in the years they won. Also shows you caps can and will be circumveted.

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