Mar 12, 2007 3
As I hope you’ve noticed, we’ve covered the key (and some not-so-very key) free agent moves up until this point. I’ve been busy following and analyzing all of that, so I haven’t done much blogging. Things are slowing down, so I have a topic to cover here.
It’s very easy to be nothing but positive this time of the year when analyzing the free agent movement. When players go to new teams, it’s always because that need needs him, so it’s easy to be bullish. You have the change of scenery, players talking about being “excited” or “energized” by the moves, and there’s usually some encouragement caused by the unknown.
I like a lot of the moves that have been made, but there are a few that don’t do much for me. So, submitted for your digestion, is my top-10 list of the worst free agent moves so far. Some of these moves, I think, will go down as busts, while others I just can’t get particularly excited about.
Jamal Lewis to the Browns – It’s only a one-year deal, so don’t assume the Browns are out of the mix for Adrian Peterson. Teams use two backs more than ever now, and the [...]