Despite declining TV ratings and other issues, it appears the NFL is alive and well.
So much so that the salary cap for each of the league’s teams is reportedly being increased for the upcoming season by 10 million dollars.
Teams, reports say, will have 177 million to spend on players to entertain their fans.
That amount has gone up each year for the past 5.
As a fan of what you’d have to regard as among the worst teams in the NFL, The Cleveland Browns, I wonder if that extra money will do anything to improve the product on the field or perhaps maybe even give the team a win or 2 in 2018.
The Browns have made it clear that tons of money won’t help if the decisions made by the front office on player selection are horrible.
That’s certainly been the case since the Browns came back.
That’s the way I see it.