achernar wrote:Ok... But in the epl didn't exist a draft system...
So the money rules..
The draft is there so that teams can control costs. I don't like the draft. I would rather give teams a maximum on how much they can spend on rookies, and then allow the teams to decide which rookies and how many rookies they want to sign.
Or better, have an academy system. That way, you also have cheap, controllable talent which you can teach your style of football to, without relying on the college system.
achernar wrote:Look at the spanish league... You dont want a league of barcelona + real madrid and another one... Atl. madrid recently
I would agree that the La Liga model would not be competitive enough for American tastes, however in Europe there are multiple competitions. Even though Sevilla cannot win the league or the Champions League, they can still win the Europa League.
Ever since the Seahawks won the Super Bowl, they've lost many players like Maxwell, Irwin, Okung, Tate and Unger. Of course some of them may leave for bigger contracts without the cap, but it is also true that they have lost most of those players because they needed to stay under the cap. That's like Barca winning one title but then having to trade Iniesta, Neymar and Dani Alves for draft picks or let them leave.