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    [2022] Head Coach Chemistry Bonuses

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    Chemistry Bonuses

    Buffalo Bills - 1%

    Miami Dolphins - 1%

    New England Patriots - 0%

    New York Jets - 0% (only extended 1 year)

    Houston Texans - 1%

    Indianapolis Colts - 1%

    Jacksonville Jaguars - 1%

    Tennessee Titans - 0% (only extended 1 year)

    Baltimore Ravens - 1%

    Cincinnati Bengals - 0%

    Cleveland Browns - 1%

    Pittsburgh Steelers - 1%

    Denver Broncos - 1%

    Kansas City Chiefs - 1%

    Las Vegas Raiders - 1%

    Los Angeles Chargers - 0% (only extended 1 year)

    Dallas Cowboys - 1%

    New York Giants - 0%

    Philadelphia Eagles - 0% (currently has no HC under contract)

    Washington Redskins - 0%

    Atlanta Falcons - 1%

    Carolina Panthers - 1%

    New Orleans Saints - 1%

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 0% (only extended 1 year)

    Chicago Bears - 0% (currently has no HC under contract)

    Detroit Lions^ - 0%

    Green Bay Packers - 1%

    Minnesota Vikings - 1%

    Arizona Cardinals - 0%

    Los Angeles Rams - 0%

    San Francisco 49ers - 0% (only extended 1 year)

    Seattle Seahawks - 0%

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    SEA, ARI, and NE did not get any bonuses because they had a late season change in coach/management.

    CHI, PHI have not signed a coach for the 2022 season.

    A lot of teams have coaches on a 1-year deal, which causes chemistry not to develop.


    If you feel any of these are wrong, please tag @Rome so I can explain why the decision was made OR make the necessary correction as soon as possible.


    Thanks and have a wonderful day,


    Kevin Fitzgerald

    -sent from my ipad

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    25 minutes ago, Rome said:


    You are correct. That is due to confusion with Seattle. Pittsburgh should have 1%.

    fixed in initial post

    8 minutes ago, fever_ful said:


    Is being in the last year of a multi year deal the same as being on a one year deal?

    if you were extended it counts

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    Just now, Minnowsotan said:

    @RomeCould you explain Minnesota's negative hit? I was here for all 16 games last year and I was signed on for a 2 year contract.


    There is no such thing as a negative chemistry bonus. That's a dash to separate the name from the score. You have +1%.

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