Why are sports teams not spending enough to keep up with the competition?

Fox Sports is getting ready to release its annual ranking of all the top NFL franchises for the 2019 season, but for some, it’s not going to include the Washington Redskins, which are in first place in the NFC East and have the third-most cap space at just $14.5 million.

In fact, Fox Sports’ 2017 ranking of the teams ranked as the top 10 teams in the league only included the Washington and Philadelphia teams.

That ranking came out on Thursday, but the Redskins, Eagles, New England Patriots, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears have all played in the NFL playoffs.

That means that the average team is only spending $1.4 million on each player they have on their roster.

The teams in second place and third place spend nearly $2.4 and $2 million, respectively.

But if you’re a fan of the Redskins and your team is not playing in the postseason, that’s actually a big deal.

As one of the most storied franchises in professional sports, the Redskins are well known for their long playoff runs and for having one of football’s most impressive rosters.

The franchise has won a Super Bowl, six division titles and five conference titles.

That said, the team has been criticized by many for not spending on veterans to help them compete.

The team has also spent a large amount of money on free agents, including wide receiver Martavis Bryant, who has been a free agent since the 2015 season.

That’s why some of the best free agents in the game have been in the past three years, including tight end Zach Ertz, linebacker Chris Baker and running back Bryce Brown.

But even though they’re at the top of the list, the number of teams that are spending more than $10 million on a player is still a problem for the league.

The Cowboys, the highest-spending team in the entire NFL, are spending a total of $21.8 million on players this season.

The Jets, Seahawks and Lions are the next-highest spenders, spending an average of $15.4 per player.

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