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Old 01-04-2013, 08:51 PM   #60
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Originally Posted by SteveEisenberg View Post
Yep. Even if the payroll is below-average. Or even when they consistently win half the games.
It depends. Each situation is different. Even if a payroll is below average, a certain degree of on-field success can be expected, depending upon other factors such as the competitiveness of the other teams in the division. And if a team consistently wins only about half its games, yet consistently has one of the higher payrolls, then I think it's time for heads to roll.

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Did I say I'm not a sports fan?
I didn't say you did. But you certainly didn't sound like one. I live in NY. You should hear all the calls on sports talk radio for heads to roll when our local teams don't win!

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