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  • Are the Rams Pikers?

    From USA Today:

    Teams Total Payrolls

    New York Giants $ 137,638,866
    Miami Dolphins $ 126,855,921
    Houston Texans $ 122,573,860
    New Orleans Saints $ 121,552,424
    Chicago Bears $ 120,672,110
    New York Jets $ 120,168,770
    Pittsburgh Steelers $ 119,604,460
    Arizona Cardinals $ 116,701,866
    San Diego Chargers $ 115,264,155
    Green Bay Packers $ 114,597,569
    Carolina Panthers $ 112,738,038
    Buffalo Bills $ 111,956,066
    Oakland Raiders $ 111,527,250
    Baltimore Ravens $ 109,200,157
    Tennessee Titans $ 109,025,090
    San Francisco ***** $ 107,746,232
    Washington Redskins $ 105,049,071
    Jacksonville Jaguars $ 103,558,989
    Philadelphia Eagles $ 102,490,815
    Denver Broncos $ 102,043,735
    Indianapolis Colts $ 101,203,115
    Minnesota Vikings $ 99,806,040
    New England Patriots $ 97,565,413
    Detroit Lions $ 95,963,320
    Atlanta Falcons $ 95,492,002
    Cincinnati Bengals $ 94,591,308
    Cleveland Browns $ 93,932,182
    Dallas Cowboys $ 90,650,939
    Seattle Seahawks $ 89,075,820
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers $ 84,501,322
    Kansas City Chiefs $ 83,187,156
    St. Louis Rams $ 62,384,821

    Oh well .. I guess we got our money's worth ...
    Last edited by MauiRam; -01-16-2010, 05:07 PM.

  • #2
    Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

    I believe the plan was to purge our roster of overpaid older players who were not playing up to their contracts. Imo your stats show that the FO has done a great job of executing this plan. Now it is time t begin to build our team. The gutting is done, now we get to see what Billy and Spags can do. Looking forward to a good offseason.

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    • #3
      Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

      Interesting list, thanks Maui. Looks like Dallas is getting their money's worth.

      I agree with C-Mob, the table is set for a productive off-season that should be very exciting to see unfold.

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      • #4
        Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

        I came for a reference to Tony Pike and I leave disappointed...

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        • #5
          Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

          And I thought they were moving to Colorado Springs to be next to Pikes Peak!

          So is the most current list, or is this what it was at the beginning of the season? What is the date stamp on this?

          It would not surprise me a bit that the Rams are the lowest on the payroll pay out list. What surprises me more is no one has said "Hey 62 million dollars, that's what we paid Bulger this year!"
          "The disappointment of losing is huge!"

          Jack Youngblood

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          • #6
            Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

            Originally posted by shower beers View Post
            I came for a reference to Tony Pike and I leave disappointed...
            lol me too

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            • #7
              Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

              This shows that Devaney is doing his job correctly

              If i remember correctly, it was only a few seasons ago that we were pushed right up to the cap, and we were struggling to get under. Devaney has got rid of the older players on large contracts, got rid of the dead money that was eating up a large proportion of our cap and now we have a lot of room to bring in players. You have to remember that this figure is still the lowest in the league despite having two No.2 overall draft picks signed, and the contracts of Bulger and Jackson there.

              The amount of room the Rams have they could easily sign a No. 1 overall pick and a few decent free agents. I say this because people are concerned with giving the money to the No. 1 overall pick, but with so much cap room to play with, why not?
              @EssexRam_

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              • #8
                Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

                Originally posted by Fettmaster View Post
                lol me too
                Make that three.....

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                • #9
                  Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

                  20 mil behind the next lowest...shocking really. Just goes to show how hard we've had to fight with practice squad players and scrubs all year.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

                    Thanks for the interesting info. Let's review in June of next year and see if we move up through all of the magic we expect from the FO.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

                      Originally posted by jerseyramsfan View Post
                      Make that three.....
                      Actually, this is the least bit disappointing to me.

                      This means we should have the money to re-sign our big name players(Atogwe) and, maby a few big name fa's, if they even want to come to STL. lol

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                      • #12
                        Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

                        Sets up for a nice off-season. Also, it might be worth watching the roster of these teams.....
                        New York Giants $ 137,638,866
                        Miami Dolphins $ 126,855,921
                        Houston Texans $ 122,573,860
                        New Orleans Saints $ 121,552,424
                        Chicago Bears $ 120,672,110
                        New York Jets $ 120,168,770
                        .....as they may be looking to cut some fat from the budget.
                        The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

                          Ok stupid question time. Are these payroll figures from just players salaries or is it a total combine team payroll ? Players, coaches, trainers etc. etc.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

                            I point this out to all....

                            Indianapolis Colts $ 101,203,115

                            Last I heard the Colts are odds on favorite in the AFC campionships and of the top 10 payrolls

                            New York Giants $ 137,638,866
                            Miami Dolphins $ 126,855,921
                            Houston Texans $ 122,573,860
                            New Orleans Saints $ 121,552,424
                            Chicago Bears $ 120,672,110
                            New York Jets $ 120,168,770
                            Pittsburgh Steelers $ 119,604,460
                            Arizona Cardinals $ 116,701,866
                            San Diego Chargers $ 115,264,155
                            Green Bay Packers $ 114,597,569

                            The Saints at #4 are in the Payoffs.

                            Odd that a payroll doesn't dictate a payoff team make. Perhaps focusing on good talent scouting, and coaching makes a difference....just a though

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                            • #15
                              Re: Are the Rams Pikers?

                              The Rams Are Always Least in EveryThing

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                                Jacksonville Jaguars: $25,115,885
                                Tennessee Titans: $19,970,080
                                Cleveland Browns: $17,774,764
                                Kansas City Chiefs: $16,548,048
                                Cincinnati Bengals: $16,309,693
                                Philadelphia Eagles: $15,879,570
                                Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $15,740,231
                                Indianapolis Colts: $14,595,514
                                Green Bay Packers: $11,255,804
                                Denver Broncos: $10,878,461
                                New England Patriots: $10,873,988
                                Minnesota Vikings: $10,595,534
                                Carolina Panthers: $8,769,801
                                Seattle Seahawks: $7,470,071
                                Buffalo Bills: $7,382,319
                                Dallas Cowboys: $7,188,021
                                Washington Redskins: $6,970,162
                                New York Jets: $6,044,153
                                Arizona Cardinals: $4,552,576
                                Miami Dolphins: $4,458,211
                                Houston Texans: $4,053,256
                                Chicago Bears: $3,976,700
                                Detroit Lions: $3,775,829
                                Pittsburgh Steelers: $3,734,063
                                St. Louis Rams: $3,602,486
                                San Francisco *****: $3,394,599
                                New York Giants: $3,119,114
                                San Diego Chargers: $2,862,095
                                Atlanta Falcons: $2,834,873
                                New Orleans Saints: $2,272,081
                                Oakland Raiders: $1,347,040
                                Baltimore Ravens: $606,858


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