CK said something that stuck with me a month ago: Good is the enemy of great. We were discussing drafting some high-ceiling guys for the D-line, but the problem was that we already had 'good' starters there. This meant it was harder to justify drafting a great player when you already had a good one at a position. It got me thinking. Jeff ireland did a good job filling the roster with high-floor players (players who were not atrocious). It was a good roster that lacked GREAT players, except for one or two like Wake. But this week heralds a shifting of gears by jeff Ireland. His willingness to let Dansby and Burnett go in order to upgrade them is huge. It tells us he will not feel married to a past decision if there is an opportunity to improve that position. First, I want to credit him for being willing to divest himself of past decisions without worrying that it makes him look bad for getting those players in the first place. That takes a big man. Second, and more importantly, this brings a whole panoply of new options into play for the Dolphins. Whereas a month ago, I couldn't see them being willing to get a GREAT rush end because Odrick was in the way, now it's entirely possible Jeff would trade a guy like Odrick (hopefully not cut him) and put a BETTER DE at that spot. That's just an example, so don;t get hung up on that scenario. The point is, we now have a CREATIVE GM, willing to truly use his chess pieces to build upward with the roster's talent. He is willing to sacrifice a pawn to take a queen. Welcome to the new era of Dolphins football. Great has arrived.