Poll: Best AFC East offseason move

March, 29, 2012
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On Thursday, we examined the AFC East after the first two weeks of free agency. Now it's your turn to chime in.

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Which was the best offseason move in the AFC East?

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Discuss (Total votes: 11,031)

Which division team made the best offseason move? There are several good ones to choose from.

Will the Tim Tebow acquisition be a genius move for New York? Tebow brings a lot to the table in terms of athleticism, heart, character and work ethic. However, Tebow is not a natural quarterback, and he potentially brings a media circus with him.

What about the Buffalo Bills' $100 million signing of defensive end Mario Williams? He was the biggest free-agent prize not named Peyton Manning. Is Williams the catalyst to get the Bills over the hump and into the playoffs?

There was also the underrated signing of New England Patriots receiver Brandon Lloyd. New England needed a deep threat at receiver and tabbed Lloyd, who worked with offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels in St. Louis and Denver.

Finally, the Miami Dolphins also re-signed Paul Soliai for a bargain price of $12 million over two years. Soliai was a Pro Bowler in 2011, and one of the league’s best run-stoppers.

Using our SportsNation poll, vote on the best offseason move so far in the AFC East. You can also share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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