The problem is that TRYING and HITTING sound very much like Mega Millions and Power Ball terms to me. There has to come a point where players who have justified their drafting and played well are retained. If you keep dumping and chasing (to use a hockey analogy) you're only resetting, not building. I'm tired of that. The eagles because of Howie Roseman's roster building acumen perpetually seem to have to make decisions on players who can PLAY. Why? Because they draft well, and sign the type of free agents who can help them contend. Tell me you wouldn't have killed to have made the decision to keep or let loose Brandon Graham, Jason Kelce, Fletcher Cox, Miles Sanders, Darius Slay, James Bradbury, CGGJ, TJ Edwards, Javon Hargrave, Isaac Semuolo, Marcus Epps etc., etc, etc. When will we get good enough to have this problem is what I want to know! Not saying your approach is wrong. I want cap space and draft capital too, but there has to be some balance, you can't just keep looking to yonder for the next best thing when the blocks to build something solid are right in front of your face.