And me, of course. The more you analyze it, the more you realize they know how to play the game and most other teams don't. While staying competitive they conserved resources and made deals when they had to. Worst case scenario, they were forced to take a first round pick in exchange for the bottom pick in the second round. They saved 6 million dollars and replaced him with three Wrs drafted higher and rated much higher than him in the same draft. All three for a fraction of the one salary. Now some team is going to force us to accept a first and more, (I believe) for a former 4th round pick unless we can sign him. Meanwhile, we're so far ahead of the game, we've addressed most problems and still have two #1s to use on DBs if we choose and some vet experience to help them adjust. It's not the hand your dealt, it's how you play it.