Overpaying isnt necessary its a buyers market. Admit, the Bengals are being very smart at how they do this. The Steelers and New England are right. Never has there been so much talent available. Before free agency, you could wait years to get a player to address a perennial weakness. But you also could retain services, but you couldn't fix past mistakes this quickly. Look at how they exceeded our expectations. McGlynn and Nate are addition by subtraction. Rucker/Fanene not the end of the world either. I'm glad they have learned from the Bryant/TO fiasco. Except for ten guys, the depth of second tier guys has me licking my chops. And while I'd love trent, they need a sparkler as Mb called Kijana, to sell tickets, but doubt they get him, but Id trade both ones to the Vikes, that would do it I think. (Trent) he did not invent power football and will be very happy with their evaluation of the other rb's whether draftees or fa's. Looks like decastro to Dallas, but maybe they(Dallas)realize there are better ways to get better than drafting a guard. Probably going to take Dre, anyway. With cb's elite ones getting 9 mil, it is likely the drafts most important position, because of the price, but we lost 9 and Leon, and still made the playoffs, so I hope they dont take the kid from N Alabama with his baggage, sounds like Pac2. If Boling is stronger, he can start Otis is a beast. sign to fa cb's. Maybe draft a wr and the Virginia? Tech? tailback.