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09-20-2004, 06:49 PM
Join Date: Jun 2004
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Teams can do what Tampa Bay is doing. When someone "bolts," they can sign another player who does the same job for less, or replace that player with a young player from the farm. They will be able to stay competitive under the forced cap that Tampa has now, for just the same reason I mentioned.
Again, why shouldn't every team be under the same restriction that the small markets are currently under? The small markets already have a cap. Let's let everyone have it.
Isn;t that what everybody whines and complains about now? those poor, defenseless small market teams become the farm teams for the rest of the league,a nd you can never compete if you're constanly rebuilding.
and btw, once again were having a debate over this because you think the owners goal in this is to make sure everybody can compete. Its about profits, nothing else.
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