I haven't been a poster for nearly as long as some here - about 4 years - but this draft season was the most divisive and inflammatory that I've experienced on TGG. It has driven at least one long time poster (KurtTheJetsFan) to quit the board, and possibly even retire as a Jets fan. Of course that's his decision, and he'll have to live with that, and I'm not blaming any one person for that or any of this vitriol. After all, being a fan is all about passion, and passions sometimes get out of control. But now that this draft is in the books, I'm hoping that as the days turn into weeks and months, that our passions can cool a bit and we can return to a less poisonous atmosphere. In that vein, it might help to consider that Douglas has done what no Jets GM has done in decades, if not since Werblin and EwbanK: restored offense to the priority it should be. We can certainly debate whether he made the right choices, but there is no doubt he focused on upgrading the "O" finally. I look forward to having the kinds of (more or less) friendly, informative discussions we used to have.