I was just wondering in this deep mind of mine; how in the hell are the Jets going to remain competitive when we are continually back-loading our players salaries (and overpaying for mediocre talent; Scott, Pace, Holmes). We see it every offseason and the issue here is the lack of depth because of our front end $ (Revis,Mangold, Harris, Brick, Sanchez, Scott, Pace Holmes,Cro). The Jest are most likely one of the teams that have the least amount of quality depth in the NFL. So where do go? How do we keep front level talent and improve our quality of depth? Draft and develop; and sign key free agents NOT on the decline (all while not overpaying). How do we get there? We need to acquire picks, plane and simple. How do we do that all while freeing up cap space? We need to trade some of our Key, front line pieces to a team than is in need of top end talent and that has draft picks. Again, some will call me crazy (bring it on) and others who are of sound mind may agree. Here is a list of players who would be a prime candidate for a trade. Revis- Yes #24 is arguably the best defensive player in the NFL; scratch that IS the Best. He knows it and will be extremely difficult to sign again (who knows when he holds out). We need to cash this Stock in at its height and reap the rewards. He will garner two day one picks and offer cap relief. Brick #60- He took a step back this year in my opinion, but still made the Prowl Bowl (who really cares). Still, if Jason Peters was able to pry a 1st and a 4th out of the Eagles then Brick is worth at least a 1st and 3rd. I wouldn’t do the deals in the same year; or even both of them in a 2 year span; but something like this needs to be done on this team. We also need to develop late round picks so we aren’t cap strapped by 1st round picks, like we are today.