This offseason has been a huge FA market for the AFCE division. Even we have made some moves but have we done enough to defend the division? You be the judge: Buffalo: Drayton Florence, CB. Had a dissapointing season but is good depth to a solid secondary. Terrell Owens, WR. Is an enigma in himself. Possibly one of the best ever, yet, also one of the worst wrapped into one. Will use this yr as a yr to show he still has something left, plus he has never been cut, so he will be extra motivated to do well. My Take: Buffalo out of all the teams in our division's new players worries me the least. Edwards is still Edwards. He shows signs of talent and being a solid QB but with a shaky Oline and lack of consistency, dont look for these FA's to make that big an impact. NY Jets: Marques Douglas DE, solid linemen, a career backup, but adds great depth. Bart Scott LB, Bart had 82 tackles last yr on a defense that included Ray Lewis,and Terril Suggs, the guy is possibly the best signing the Jets had hands down this off season. Calvin Pace, Bart Scott, David Harris....ouch. Larry Izzo, solid SP pick up. Jim Leonhard S, when McCallister was lost for the yr Leonhard came in and made people basically forget Chris even existed. Rhodes, and Leonhard will create multiple turnovers by being all over the field. Lito Sheppard CB, this is the only one that may bite the Jets in the rear, while he may turn out to be a good pick up injuries and coverage issues are a concern. He only had one pick last yr. My take: On paper these moves are huge for the Jets, but with no true #1 QB and possible RB contract disputes the D could be playing to win games, not get the offense the chance to. Plus I wonder how Coles being gone will turn out for the passing game. New England Patriots: Al Johnson, C, at 6-5 305 this guy is a monster at center. Joey Galloway, WR, Galloway just by himself would be a terrible FA pickup, but when you add him to a team that has Moss, Welker, Faulk, and Gaffney, he is huge. No team is going to be able to contain any trio of these players without leaving someone outmatched. Leigh Bodden, CB, Bodden only had one pick last yr, but as a corner he had 73 tackles. Solid pick. Greg Lewis, Wr, another solid depth player. Shawn Springs, CB, a solid shutdown corner, that at this point in his career will probably be used as a safety. My take: With the possibility that Jason Taylor and or Julius Peppers will also in up in this FA class, the rich have just got richer. Miami Dolphins: Eric Green, CB, Green has been brought in to replace Goodman and may fall short. Decent depth corner, but not on a team that lacks solid starters. Jake Grove C, at 6-4 300lbs Jake is the big center Sparano wanted for his line. Sparano knows Oline. Gibril Wilson, S, along with Bell will be a solid safety tandem, but without enough support from corners may prove inneffective. My take: BP has never been a huge FA guy, so this isnt that big of a shock that the players are minute in impact compared to others.