On January 12th you were quoted as "It would have to be multiple choices and very high choices to get Cassel," ESPN analyst and former Tennessee Titans general manager Floyd Reese said. "Two first-rounders, or a one and a two and a three ... It'll be something very, very expensive." Reese claimed the Patriots could wait as long as they wanted and still have eager trade partners. "It's definitely a seller's market," Reese said. "A team like New England can sit back and bide their time. "If you take the actual number of franchise quarterbacks in the NFL, there's maybe 15. Who's Detroit's starting quarterback? You can go down a long list. All of those teams would be in the bidding. "You don't have to be in a hurry. There's always teams out there in need of a quarterback, teams who'll think 'We don't like this guy. We can't win with him.'" http://myespn.go.com/blogs/afceast/0-4-743/Cassel-trade-talk-opens-with-high-1st-rounder.html 1.) Since you traded Cassel for something that was not "very, very expensive", was your January valuation of Cassel incorrect?? 2.) Why did New England, your current employer, not bide their time??