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Requiem
09-07-2011, 04:58 PM
The NFL's Most and Least Economically Savvy Franchises (http://www.forbes.com/sites/prishe/2011/09/07/the-nfls-most-and-least-economically-savvy-franchises/)

Oakland, Denver, and Miami were the other NFL franchises to see their managerial efficiency ratings fall by at least 20 index points.

BOWLEN! (http://blogs.westword.com/latestword/2008/08/why_pat_bowlen_should_never_be.php)

OBF1
09-07-2011, 05:06 PM
instead of BASHING the team like seems to be envogue on the mane, I will go the other direction:

1) Which NFL franchises have been the most economically savvy over the last 10 years?

2001-2010
Rank Team Average
1 New England 163
2 Indianapolis 142
3 Pittsburgh 136
4 Philadelphia 129
5 Tennessee 126
6 Green Bay 122
7 Baltimore 122
8 NY Giants 115
9 Tampa Bay 113
10 Seattle 106
11 San Diego 103
12 Denver 102


It is too easy to pick on Mike Shannahan's last year and the past 2 season of McDaniels. Ofcourse our rating would suck balls with the 2 of them.

HAT
09-07-2011, 05:06 PM
The NFL's Most and Least Economically Savvy Franchises (http://www.forbes.com/sites/prishe/2011/09/07/the-nfls-most-and-least-economically-savvy-franchises/)



BOWLEN! (http://blogs.westword.com/latestword/2008/08/why_pat_bowlen_should_never_be.php)

LOL at the piece of **** of a blog post. Dude finds fault with calling him the 2nd best Bronco under his watch?

HUGE compliment.

Requiem
09-07-2011, 05:07 PM
I wasn't bashing the team. Just posting an article.

Requiem
09-07-2011, 05:07 PM
LOL at the piece of **** of a blog post. Dude finds fault with calling him the 2nd best Bronco under his watch?

HUGE compliment.

I laughed at it too. That is why I linked to it. Inevitably, we will have someone go nuts about Pat.

Dagmar
09-07-2011, 05:11 PM
This is like the bat signal for Socal.

http://images.wikia.com/superfriends/images/2/26/Bat-Signal.png

mkporter
09-07-2011, 05:22 PM
Stupid article is stupid. There really isn't that much difference between the "Management Efficiency" rankings, and win-loss records. Normalizing by payroll doesn't have all that much effect I'm guessing since payrolls are capped on the low and high sides. This kind of ranking system is probably much more interesting in baseball.

SoCalBronco
09-07-2011, 05:28 PM
This is like the bat signal for Socal.

http://images.wikia.com/superfriends/images/2/26/Bat-Signal.png

LOL.

It is what it is, man. I'm just glad people around the league are starting to see this. Hopefully we can get a trustee or something in here to take over team administration like the Dodgers.

houghtam
09-07-2011, 10:08 PM
instead of BASHING the team like seems to be envogue on the mane, I will go the other direction:

1) Which NFL franchises have been the most economically savvy over the last 10 years?

2001-2010
Rank Team Average
1 New England 163
2 Indianapolis 142
3 Pittsburgh 136
4 Philadelphia 129
5 Tennessee 126
6 Green Bay 122
7 Baltimore 122
8 NY Giants 115
9 Tampa Bay 113
10 Seattle 106
11 San Diego 103
12 Denver 102


It is too easy to pick on Mike Shannahan's last year and the past 2 season of McDaniels. Ofcourse our rating would suck balls with the 2 of them.

Well, that would definitely support the theory that it's almost as profitable to lose cheaply in the NFL as it is to win.