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  1. So, back to what Schefter said, a $3.2 billion revenue decline is $100 million per team. The salary cap is ~$200 million (slightly more). A 50% cut in the cap would be $100 million. Meaning that, if you take what Schefter is reporting at face value, the players would bear the entire loss.
  2. Seems weird to do it on a Saturday, if days are still a thing. It's usually on a Tuesday, no?
  3. USA Today has moved us up to 6, also: https://touchdownwire.usatoday.com/2020/04/27/touchdown-wires-post-draft-power-rankings/4/
  4. Other than being low on the pass rushers, what really stood out?
  5. You really have to account for ties and alphabetical listing. The Patriots aren't 12; they're T-9. Same for Rams, Steelers, Chargers, Broncos and Jets.
  6. Didn't see this posted: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001107404/article/nfl-power-rankings-bucs-bills-shoot-up-via-free-agencytrades Bills move up from 10 to 8 from the post-Super Bowl rankings. Pats drop from 8 to 16. 11 of next year's opponents fall between 16 and 26. Also, I don't get the Steelers love.
  7. I wonder if the Niners are holding off on an Armstead deal to prioritize Brady. Edit to add that I agree with the OP that they seem to be similar players, with Armstead being bigger and more athletic.
  8. Whose snaps would he be taking? Hyde, Poyer, Milano, and Edmunds all played more than 90 percent of available snaps. He's not taking one of them off the field. He's also not replacing Taron Johnson in his slot role. Buscaglia mentioned that he would fill the big nickel currently played by Neal, but Neal only played 16 percent of the snaps. Is he just getting ready for Poyer to leave next year? If so, I thought Jaquan Johnson looked promising for that role. I really don't understand this.
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