Patrick Hruby of ESPN.com has the list out this morning of how the NFL teams ranked in cost per win last season. The Titans ranked 21st in the league spending $121.71 million which equals out to $20.29 million per win. Of course the blurb on the page is about Randy Moss who allegedly played for the Titans last season:
Claimed Randy Moss on waivers, then paid his remaining $3.4 million salary for 80 receiving yards and zero TDs.
Of course had they not added Moss, which they basically didn't, they would have spent just $19.71 per win. Strangely enough, that still would have put them 21st, and we wouldn't have had those two weeks where we watched One Clap 1,000 times- so it was worth it in my opinion.
Top five and bottom five after the jump.
- Falcons- $108.07 win total payroll, 13 wins, $8.31 million per win
- Buccaneers- $93.05 win total payroll, 10 wins, $9.31 million per win
- Steelers- $113.98 win total payroll, 12 wins, $9.5 million per win
- Patriots- $152.73 win total payroll, 14 wins, $10.91 million per win
- Bears- $120.6 win total payroll, 11 wins, $10.96 million per win
32. Panthers- $107.01 win total payroll, 2 wins, $53.51 million per win
31. Broncos- $112.32 win total payroll, 4 wins, $28.08 million per win
30. Browns- $137.21 win total payroll, 5 wins, $27.44 million per win
29. Bills- $104.41 win total payroll, 4 wins, $26.1 million per win
28. Bengals- $101.36 win total payroll, 4 wins, $25.34 million per win