I've noticed a disturbing trend on this board to resort to violations of Occam's razor. For those not familiar with the concept, it is basically the premise that, "given any situation with a question, the simplest answer is probably the correct one, all other things being equal." You'd be surprised how often this comes in handy. A few examples of applying Occam's razor to Belioli moves this offseason: 1. Letting Givens go. He isn't a #1 receiver, so we weren't going to pay him #1 money. 2. Letting McGinest go. He is entering his 13th year in the league and wanted top money. To hell with that. Let him be a players coach on a team without leaders. 3. Vinatraitor. Take him at his word. He wanted a team to "show him the love" so he left. When it comes down to it, he was an 85% kicker who didn't choke. Can we replace that? Sure. 4. Maroney #1. Best player on the board. Value, value, value. 5. Jackson. #1 type guy fell to us and we took him with a small trade. I'd bet if Matt Leinart fell to us at our #1 slot we would have taken him, too. 6. Temple Beth-El for Sully. Bust for bust. No significant money differences. We'll see if a change of scenery works out. 7. Thomas in 3rd. To replace Fauria. 8. Mills in 4th. To eventually replace Pass/Faulk. 9. Gostkowski early. We reached. Period. Maybe he will be ok, but this was a panic move over Vinatieri and lack of vet kickers. No need to get into 4-3s, standard 2 TE sets, Jarvis Green/Dan Klecko switching positions, Patten signings, etc. If those things happen, great. But it's only because Belioli feel it is in the best interest of a winning football club. Some of you people are nuts. Get back to work!