Originally Posted by JASONSAUTO
True on both counts.
Except the o line as long as we keep Albert.
It's all on the fail that is *****
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To *****'s credit, he took a roster full of major liabilities at starting positions to a roster that's rounded out with "good enough" guys. He did a pretty good job of building a team around supporting cast members. So he deserves credit for that.
The problem is that good GMs build around playmakers at core positions and ***** decided to lay up every chance he got. That's ridiculous for a GM paid the way he is to not do that for 4 years. So the good news is, the foundation is set -- good support players, great cap space. We just need a GM now who can put together a few great drafts and make some quality free agency moves. Not as far off as people think. We're in a much better situation than a lot of new GMs walk into.