The parallels are obvious. One #55 leaves, another arrives. Both played at USC. Both are linebackers. Both have multiple Pro Bowls on their resumes. One is 35, the other is 37. So while the media lambasted the Patriots for cutting 35-year old Willie McGinest for salary reasons, the same media calls the Patriots "desparate" (Len Pasquarelli, ESPN) for signing 37-year old Junior Seau, who arguably was the far superior player in his prime. My question therefore is, who will have the better season? At this point in their careers, who will produce the most THIS year? Not that the answer to that question alone tells us who we should have on the roster because McGinest is getting paid far more in Cleveland than Seau is in New England. But at the end of this season, who do you think we would have WISHED we had on our roster, McGinest or Seau?