Just thought I would do the dishonor of opening up a ridiculous, yet inevitable thread that is bound to be posted by the end of the day. The thread will surely be started by someone who, lost in all of the excitement of a huge beast (well, more like a huge pig) being on the trading block, while the Pats are thin at defensive line. The argument will run something like this: -Most of the guaranteed money has already been paid on his contract, so he'll only be making 5-6M per year for the next two seasons -We could change our entire defense to a 4-3 and have an absolute mashing machine in the middle with Wilfork and Haynesworth. -The Patriots can turn around a disgruntled veteran like this, ala Corey Dillon and Randy Moss. I'll even shoot down the arguments in advance, in anticipation of the later threads. -No (10 characters). -You're smoking crack to post this. -Dude, just shut up. -Haynesworth is the biggest trash in the NFL. This isn't the same Patriots' locker room, and Haynesworth could care less about winning. -Washington's asking price is too high. -He doesn't fit into our system, and he's whining about the 3-4 as it is. We'd have to restructure our entire defense for one huge problem child. Did I miss anything?