As for "letting" others get better, who exactly in the division made some sort of big leap? Patriots signed Revis, but they also lost Talib. Jets signed Decker, but have no other real options at WR and still have no QB.
The Broncos were already a Super Bowl team and they are spending all their money to make a quick run as the window on Manning is closing. The draft won't solve everything, but free agency and bargin shopping is still going on. Sure only three new free agents have been signed, but retaining guys like Grimes and Starks is just as important.
Not worth the argument. Go hit the bong, it's Friday.
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“The past decade has been unacceptable for this organization,” he said. “We will earn your trust back, both on and off the field. … The talk of dysfunction within the organization is over.” - Chris Grier, Miami Dolphins GM
I'm indifferent on this thus far. On one hand, it's nice that we filled a couple of glaring weaknesses but on the other hand looking at our team, we seem to just have an overall average roster and it doesn't look like we're making attempts to get to the next level. Especially on offense.
For example, the Colts have Hilton, Wayne, Fleener, Dwayne Allen, and some other good complimentary receivers yet they are expressing interest in Hakeem Nicks. Meanwhile we appear to be standing pat with Clay, fast but undersized Wallace, Hartline and Gibson coming off knee injuries.
I think that's the major point of frustration with some fans, especially considering the amount of money we have available. It does seem as if we're looking at some of the lesser unheralded free agents.
I will say that I'm a firm believer in relying more upon draft picks and free agency picks so hopefully that's the Hickey/Philbin plan as well.
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will never take 'Tannchise' seriously again. Dude has absolulely no clue what's going on. Not even worth debating with him.