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It would be like letting loose an 8-year-old in FAO Schwartz and telling him he could have anything he wants from the shelves, but only one item.
That would be a long, painstaking process.
To round out our AFC East project, I ask Buffalo Bills fans:
If money, contracts and salary-cap restraints were no object, and you could choose any player in the NFL to add to your team, whom would you acquire?
There are too many positions to consider, any number of decisions would be correct.
What about Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald and moving Lee Evans to the No. 2 position?
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning because you know, unlike Trent Edwards, he consistently will play at an elite level and probably start all 16 games?
San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates to fill an offensive role the Bills haven't had? Denver Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady, allowing them to move Jason Peters to the right side? New York Giants center Shaun O'Hara to anchor the line?
On the other side of the ball, Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth or Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen would facilitate a pass rush that was non-existent in 2008. Perhaps Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed is the way to go.
Please share your thoughts below or drop a line in my AFC East mailbag. I will gather the responses and make a selection for each team Monday based on what you have to say.