I'm really happy so far with the offseason activity, but there are still a few things still to do. 1. We've got to do something about the defensive line. Wilfork, Seymour, and "$5m man" Jarvis are all set to leave next year. Backup, Mike Wright has already left. Sounds bad, right? Well, we've got some advantages too with five first day picks. First, we have to pull out all the stops to extend Vince. If he doesn't cooperate, then we will likely franchise him next year. But let's assume, he gets extended. Okay, next step is to deal with Seymour and Jarvis. I don't think the team is big enough to hold the two of them beyond this year. I would trade one of them for a first day pick, and trade a couple of our first day picks to move up and select one of the top two or three DE's in the draft. If we trade Jarvis, then we will likely have to franchise Seymour next year (remember, I am assuming that Big Vince has been extended.) If we trade Seymour, then Jarvis would have to be extended to a long term contract. Either way, we will draft a future replacement with our top pick. 2. Extend Mankins. We can't let this road grader get away. 3. Sign Jason Taylor. With either Seymour or Jarvis traded away for a first day pick, the cap room is available to sign Taylor to a one- or two-year deal. 4. Package a couple of our remaining first day picks to either move up this year, or obtain a first rounder for next year. This should still leave us with enough to... 5. Draft a safety and cornerback in the first day. 6. It may be a deep draft, but there are only so many roster spots available. This team is stacked again, and it wouldn't hurt to move some of the picks on to 2010. But we will have to draft, DL, S, CB, WR, OLB, ILB. We should be able to get it done. This is a very stacked football team right now. A fourth Super Bowl is a real target.