Here’s The Best NFL Team a Salary Cap Can Buy: Offense


Published: July 10, 2009

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... under the salary cap.  A team can usually only sign one or two highly priced free agents every year.

I'm picking my ultimate fantasy team but with the restriction of staying within the salary cap. This year's cap is $127 million.

I value young players just entering their prime over older veterans who have one or two prime years left.  The younger players, unless they are recent top 10 picks, are cheaper than accomplished veterans in their early 30's.

I also try my best to avoid players who have had multiple off-field issues or who come across as me-first players.

When I build my offense, I allow myself to have a franchise quarterback, one dominant wide receiver, and a couple of well-above-average offensive linemen.

I focus my dollars on the passing game rather than a power running game because that is the trend in today's NFL. The last Hall of Fame-caliber running back to win the Super Bowl was Marshall Faulk in 1999 with the St. Louis Rams...

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