I was just trying to think of a recent example (any example?) of Steve Keim making the right decision given 2 options. For example, he had the option of keeping Honey Badger around because he was still under contract. He's had 3 years of over 1000 snaps and has been superb the 2 years since we cut him. He had a binary option, keep him or don't and picked wrong. Same with DJs contract. He should have seen him play before extending him. Same with Calais. While money was an issue he put us in the position because he didn't plan to have the money to keep him. Suggs or Golden? Chose Suggs. Resign Tony Jefferson? No thanks. Resign Massey? Nuh-uh Pretty much all his draft picks are fails. Isabella or DK? Diche or Chris Jones? He's picked up some good outside FA's over the years but they weren't necessarily binary choices, we needed some interior pass rush and Dwight Freeney was available for example. But given a choice such as extend or don't extend? Draft A or draft B? He seems to make the wrong choice. Any other bad one I missed or good ones I'm forgetting?