Obviously, I am no expert and have said many times I rely on other people's evaluations. I listen to move the sticks podcast and am a big fan of both Daniel and Bucky because they don't act as they get it right all the time. They even have segments where they talk about their misses and evaluate what they can do better. Bucky has a philosophy where he believes teams should try for doubles instead of swinging for the fence. I like that strategy. My reasoning is this, it's impractical to think we can have stars at all of our positions. We need just regular guys who understand and do their job. I don't think the Patriots were a team that was loaded for bear. I think they had guys who were well-coached, who knew their job, did their job, and when the pressure was on, executed for the win. Don't get me wrong. I think we should always be looking to upgrade, but sometimes that is not practical. Star players eventually want big money. Letting guys go in FA, and hopefully being compensated with comp picks may not be the worst strategy. Any thoughts on this?