I'm like most people. With the cap space and draft picks we have this offseason, the perfect scenario I hope for is that we go into the season without a glaring issue that has fans concerned. That's a lot easier said than done, and in the end, the focus should be on simply improving the team. I'm not saying the team NEEDS TO go after a player like Colston, Vincent Jackson or Mike Wallace, instead of focusing on defense. I'm simply saying I hope the Pats don't DISMISS going after a player like Colston, Jackson or Wallace, to focus on the defense. The same goes for the draft, and I've talked about it before. I don't want to see us pass up a potentially great player just because he plays a position we aren't weak at. (while it wasn't exactly a strength at the time, some questioned if the Lions should draft Calvin Johnson, because of all the high draft picks used at the WR position in previous years) We obviously need to improve the defense. However, just because we have the money, it doesn't guarantee a top safety or cornerback or OLB signs with us. That's the reality. Someone can offer more or the player may see a better fit elsewhere. I'd hate to ignore some great players on the offensive side of the ball just for the chance of signing players on defense. If we have a chance to sign Jackson or Colston, get them. It's not easy to add great players. Again, I'm not against adding 5-6 quality players at reasonable contracts at various positions, adding talent and depth to the team. I'm against a refusal to add a top WR or a guy like Mario Williams, simply because they don't play a position we are weakest at. Either way works for me, as long as all options are considered.