The National Football League in the US has a salary cap, an upper limit on what teams can spend on their players ($120.6m). However where the teams choose to spend that money is entirely up to them. Some, like Tampa Bay, overload their offense, while others invest heavily in defense. The Guardian built a visualization with this data based on individual 'cap hit' numbers which include base salary and bonuses for the 2012-13 season.
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