Free Bagel wrote:Oh come on....wait till we actually see it in action to go declaring it the best division.
Frankly, the Redskins do this every year and everyone proclaims how good they are.
Actually they usually sign a bunch of overpriced, over the hill vets to shore up problem areas. This year they went with guys in the 24-28 age range: Springs, Portis, Griffin. No matter what, they are going to be an active team in the offseason as far as bringing players in. This year they seem to be making smarter moves. Gibbs wanted Kearse, but his price was too high. In earlier years, Snyder may have had more input and signed him to whatever he wanted.
They are definitely taking a more Sabermetrics value based approach than previous seasons. When you look at the numbers, Washington will be paying Springs & Portis what Denver has to pay just Bailey. Good move if you ask me. Much smarter this year.
I just think Bagel is mad that the only FA moves Miami made was to get a 3rd string QB to replace Fiedler.