Or at least over 28%, if I've got the numbers right--was about $85 million, and will now be $109, correct? What I'm wondering, and don't think I've seen anywhere, is how the deals the Pats are currently making translate into the older cap dollars. What I mean is, it seems to me the Pats--as usual, before other teams have figured it out--have not changed their approach at all. Rather, they have rapidly adapted to the new cap structure, which means, duh, there's more money to spend! It seems like a lot of teams are trying to be "fiscally responsible" now, because the Pats had so much success with the disciplined approach, that they don't realize that to be responsible now STILL means you can increase spending. Honestly, this seems obvious, but I don't think I've seen it broken down mathematically. Anybody up for doing this? Translating the current FA deals the Pats are making into the previous cap dollars?