When making a judgment amount a player. For example: One team has a #1 WR with a cap hit of $5 million a year and another team has a #1 WR B $500,000 a year. WR B is not quite as good as WR A. Do you take into account their cap hit and say wow team B got a great deal a WR almost as good as team A for peanuts. Or do you not even pay attention and berate team B for not going after WR A. On the same vein: If Bo Ruud turns out to be a decent LB, but not as good Jerod Mayo would you be inclined to judging the Ruud pick as better than the Mayo pick cause of the difference in using a #1 pick and a #6? When judging Matt Cassel in to the play of other NEP, do you take in consideration that Matt Cassel has the smallest cap hit on the NEP payroll of anyone who has started all season for the NEP. When judging Stephen Gostkowski vs Adam Vinatieri and assuming the play equally well do you say Pats got a better deal, b/c the Colts have almost 5 times the cap hit. Or do you call it equal ignoring the cap cost. Likewise when comparing Matt Cassel to Brad Johnson, Billy Volek or an other seasoned Vet being paid 2x - 3x as much as Cassel cost do you consider that in your expectation for play? Should the Cowboys expect more from Brad Johnson than the Pats expect from Cassel cause Johnson cost more? Do you consider that NEP has saved about $1.5 to $2 million dollars per year in cap space by going with non-Vets as backups at QB instead of having a vet. Do you consider that if the Patriots went with an expensive Vet QB last year to hold Brady's clip board, the Pats would not have been able to afford Moss?