I was looking over a list of 2010 free agents - and noticed a string of QBs who, assuming they don't get tagged, are looking at major contracts next year in an uncapped year. Eli Manning, Roethlisberger, Rivers in particular Recognizing that Brady is signed through 2010, it seems to me that the Patriots would be wise to move quickly to extend Brady next year - especially if indeed 2010 is an uncapped year. Seems to me that we all agree Brady has earned and expects a top of the market deal, though again won't break the bank - but it makes little sense for the Patriots to sit back and let either of those three contracts set the market BEFORE negotiating with Brady. I guess Brady himself could choose to wait to maximize his market value but again, my gut says that won't happen and that the Pats will make a generous enough offer to set the bar rather than have it set for them. Any thoughts?