|Player||Nominal Value||ECV||% Expected||ECV/Year|
|QB Total:|| ||63.5%|| |
|Global Total (122 Free Agents):|| ||67.5%|| |
|Notable One-Year Contracts:|
|Matt Moore: $2,600,000 ($1,600,000 guaranteed)|
|Christian Ponder: $2,250,000 ($1,500,000 guaranteed)|
|Player||First Likely Cut Year||Dead Money Remaining|
|Josh McCown||2016 (23%)*||$2,333,333**|
|Mark Sanchez||2016 (46%)||$2,000,000|
|Brian Hoyer||2016 (29%)||$0|
|Ryan Mallett||2016 (41%)||$0|
|Shaun Hill||2016 (8%)||$0|
*Refers to the likelihood that the player will remain under contract in the given season. This column displays the first season where the likelihood falls below 50%.
**Refers to the amount of dead money that the team will incur upon releasing the player in the season identified in the second column.
Introduction Part 1: Justification, Theory, & “Contract Analytics”
Introduction Part 2: Inputs & Outputs
Introduction Part 3: Contract Comparison
Introduction Part 4: Salary Cap Budgeting
Introduction Part 5: Frequently Asked Questions
Expected Contract Value was created by Bryce Johnston and Nicholas Barton.
Bryce Johnston earned his Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center in May 2014, and currently works as a corporate associate in the New York City office of an AmLaw 50 law firm. Before becoming a contributor to overthecap.com, Bryce operated eaglescap.com for 10 NFL offseasons, appearing multiple times on 610 WIP Sports Radio in Philadelphia as an NFL salary cap expert. Bryce can be contacted via e-mail at email@example.com or via Twitter @NFLCapAnalytics.
Nicholas Barton is a sophomore at Georgetown University. He intends on double majoring in Operations and Information Management and Finance as well as pursuing a minor in Economics. Currently one of the leaders of the Georgetown Sports Analysis, Business, and Research Group, Nick consults for Dynamic Sports Solutions, an innovative sports start-up that uses mathematical and computational methods to evaluate players. He also writes for the Hoya, Georgetown’s school newspaper, and his own blog, Life of a Football Fan. Nick can be contacted via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.