Completely ignoring the fact that at least until two seasons ago, the Pats had a higher winning percentage outside of their division since BB took over. And saying that BB isn't good at team building is like saying Michael Jordan isn't very good at basketball. How many times have the Pats completely turned over their team in the past 17 seasons? They have changed players, offensive systems etc multiple times. Sure not every draft pick or a pick up will work, but that's the case for every single team. But for every Haynesworth and Johnson there's Long and Bennett. And all of those questionable veterans that he picks up, even if they don't work out it doesn't matter. He doesn't overpay them and they are gone in a year. At the same time he lets go of players that are soon to be over the hill or that will be overpaid just at the right time. Mankins, Moss, Welker, Jones and Collins were all suppose to be mistakes. Every time the team got better when those guys left. Staying under the cap and picking up cheap alternatives (Edelman and Hogan, White and Lewis) instead of overpaying someone for previous accomplishments (Welker, Vereen) is what BB does best. But yeah, he signed Chad Johnson so he's terrible at his job. And if you want to cry about playing in a bad division, there are plenty to choose from. Funny how the Colts and Packers never win anything with those divisions.