I know there's a lot of frustration right now with some of the current roster issues, but with almost 100% certainty I think next offseason will be an even bigger purge/rebuilding/reorganization than we had this year. The following are reasons why I think the turnover will be more dramatic and why we should be optimistic as fans: 1) Our new GM, front office have no loyalty to anyone on the roster--I would even include coaches but that fact that Joe and Adam are friends will play there. But clearly this roster is not structured the way Joe would do it. He's a credible organization builder and we should trust this going forward. 2) Adam Gase isn't satisfied with the roster and that's obvious. One could even argue how committed he is to Sam, depending on if options presented themselves. 3) We have a lot of players that are under performing from what they are paid and there's a chance the front office would want to swap them with drafted players or free agents. We will have about 50 mil to play with next year, but this could be drastically more if we let players walk, release players or trade them. I'm going to list players that are at risk of being cut, traded, or allowed to walk next off-season and why there's that great probability: Tru Johnson (released): Goes without saying and would give us big cap relief Quincy Enunwa (released): Health risk Avery Williamson (released/traded): Has a bigger cap number and is coming off injury K. Beachum (allowed to walk): Overrated and will be overpriced, plus older Ryan Kalil (allowed to walk): Clearly short term and will be expensive again Leonard WiIliams (allowed to walk): Will be pricey and we have depth there Robby Anderson (allowed to walk/traded): Still a one trick pony and Gase already critical Luvu/Copland/Hewitt (allowed to walk): These guys all fall into this same grouping and are all FA's...could be upgraded via draft...might resign Hewitt Brandon Shell (might resign but secure): I like Brandon but they might try to upgrade Kicker: Most likely will be a new guy I could go on with depth guys, but there's no need. The point I am making is this off-season was considered to be our big turnover with the cap space, but I would argue that we could see what SHOULD have been this off-season happen next year. Joe could make this an entire new team next year, let's enjoy watching the process and trust we have the right guy in charge now.