When will people stop doubting Mr. Kraft and The Patriots? The only mistake they made was not resigning Asante, I mean seriously look at every other move they originally got criticized for. Didnt pay Branch and he gets a big contract from Seattle where he was brought back to reality. People said getting rid of Moss was a mistake and that the Patriots offense would suffer but the Pats went on to score the most points in the league and less than a year later NFL owners would rather go after a dumb ass that shot himself in the leg and just came out of jail than sign Moss so he promptly retired. Which brings us to the big news of the day, The Pats have inked Logan Mankins to a six year deal. Everyone was bitching about how the Patriots dont know how to keep their own players happy when in actuality they know exactly how to do that while also making the most sense for the organization. Did you really think they didn't wanna keep the best offensive guard in the league? They knew what they were doing they just had to wait till they were able to fit everything within the cap. These are the kind of things that separate teams like the Patriots from teams like the Raiders. Its funny to me to see all these teams throwing all kinds of money at players so they can have a good team for a year or two and then suck for a decade while teams like the Patriots,Steelers, and the Colts manage their finances wisely make smart deals and put out killer squads year after year after year. There is a reason players wanna come here and it isnt because Gisele gives handies in the locker room its because they know what they are doing and know how to win year in and year out.So lets recap over the last few weeks we get Albert Haynesworth, Chad Ochocinco, Shaun Ellis, and resigned Logan long term? Might as well get the fellas ring fingers measured now and throw the KyGuys on Ice.