The Jaguars had the fourth highest payroll in the league in 2012 at $140 million while finishing 2-14 according to figures compiled by ESPN. A big payroll doesn't always translate into success in the NFL. New Orleans had the top payroll at $167 million, Tampa Bay was second at $158.2 million and Buffalo was third at $143.9 million. The Jaguars rolled over so much money that they could have spent $150.4 million and still stayed under their cap. Teams can spend over the salaary cap of slightly more than $120 million by rolling over money from the previous year or by protating signing bonuses.