[QUOTE=Buzzsaw;3528762]I'll accept risky moves over not making any at all, like the Pats. Their only new acquisition this offseason has been a player right off the Jet's scrap heap, Marques Murrell. WTF are they doing in Foxboro?[/QUOTE]
well sometimes the best move is a non-move. The Pats did try and land Boldin and Peppers but had a limit to their chase. Re-signing Wilfork was key, Bodden too but they are very slim @ TE (I smell a trade for Olsen, which would be a mistake I think.) The Pats need someone like Jermaine Wiggins so maybe Crumpler as a stopgap? There's no denying the team needs to make moves to shore up that defense and the pats seem confident enough in welker's replacement.
But there's no denying the Jets have been aggressive yet again in the off-season; that's the key and why calling the jets the new 'redskins' is kinda short-sighted. The Jets trade more often than most teams it would seem constantly recyling their roster by any means. The Jets got lucky in a sense that allot of young players have become indispensible at their position and that provides a spectacular foundation to touch up the other positions via other means. They are now being noticed for their sudden burst onto the scene but if you look closely it wasn't that sudden at all but a continous improvement effort ever since Mike Tannabaum took over as GM. He makes moves that he feels are what's best for his team and seems to be a very ardent at sealing deals, stark contrast to Bradway who couldn't seem to understand value or see the connections.