Posted by TechCrunch on March 08, 2018 07:24:08If you’re looking for a refresher on what the cap is, read the official explanation here.
If you’re not, here’s a refreshers primer on the cap.
The cap is the number of teams allowed to draft and sign players, in order to ensure parity among teams.
The cap increases each year based on revenue, and teams must exceed the cap to sign players.
It is the first and most important thing to understand about this cap.
It’s a number of cap hits.
There are four types of cap hit:The cap hit per team per year is a way to look at the impact a team has on their salary cap in a given year.
This number tells you how much money teams are willing to spend on a player.
This is why a lot of teams are overpaying players.
In this chart, teams are listed in blue, and the players are in red.
This means that teams are spending money on players in order for them to be available for a certain number of roster spots.
In general, teams spend a larger amount of money on one player than they do on the other.
So, the red number indicates that the team is spending less on a particular player than the blue number indicates.
The red number represents how much the team has spent on a specific player than its blue number.
The next number in the chart is called the cap hit over the course of a season.
This amount represents how well a team is performing relative to its cap over the previous season.
Over the course.
This represents the relative amount of cap space that teams have available.
The last number in this chart is the amount of time that a team would have to spend over the cap in order make it eligible for the cap once the cap hits are passed.
This indicates how long it would take a team to spend under the cap over time.
This shows how far under the league average a team will be in the cap this season if the cap holds steady.