There are many ways to be a 'cap guy' - and I think treating this as some huge disqualification is stupid.
For 12 years I've played in a very high-stakes NL-only roto league. It's hyper-competitive and one of the interesting aspects is how different the approaches of the ten teams are.
You win in my league not just by 'scouting' but also dealing with those issues that seem to get lumped in with 'cap guy'. These are:
1) knowing when to trade someone
2) knowing wether to set long-term contracts (which we have)
3) knowing what areas you can go cheap in, what areas to spend
I mean, the list goes on and on. This idea that there is even some scout guru out there is silly: they'd be a scout anyway, not GM. From the looks of it, Bradway was on board for lots of calls that turned out right anyway.
So - please - put away the juvenile 'he's just a cap guy!!" argument. Putting together a roster and team and foundation takes a lot more than gut instinct.
Too, a committee of talented people is more often going to come to the right call on a player than a lone wolf. Or do you like the Jerry Jones/Al Davis approach . . .