I realize that this subject is way behind schedule, but I still can’t get over the fact that we let the Baltimore Titans snatch our leading pro-bowl MVP QB for a measly fourth-round draft pick. I'm still annoyed and need to get it off my chest. Don’t get me wrong… I agree with the decision to trade McNair as he was becoming too much of a liability to keep, and keeping him for another season or two would have been too costly and would have put us at a disadvantage in regards to signing our draft picks and reaching our long term goals; however, what we got in return for McNair was insulting. McNair was indeed the missing element from the Ratbird’s team and both teams knew that prior to completing this trade, yet we let the pigeons snatch another one of our vets for the price tag of a stale bag of pretzels. My point is, since we wanted to get him off our team and knew he was of a great deal of significance to the purple peacocks, could we not have tried to get a better deal out of him? I do recall Tennessee trying to get the bats to give us a third round pick instead of the fourth, but their attitude was like “in reality we’re doing you a favor by taking McNair off your hands when we both know that keeping him would be a disaster to your rebuilding plans. We know what we're offering is peanuts but that’s our best offer. We also know you'll accept it” What was the likelihood of us trying to pinch Terrell Suggs in return for McBird and a 2007 draft pick? Suggs is one of the fastest DEs in the league. He has shown the ability to find his way to the QB on several occasions, and has tons of pass rushes during his short career. DE is a position we desperately need to address in our defense. Heck, throw in an additional draft pick for 2008 to further twist their arm if necessary. Did we explore options other than the Pigeons? What if we would have offered McBird along with a high draft pick for any of the following players: Ronde Barber from the Buccs would have been an ideal addition to our secondary. Andre Woolf*** continues to struggle, and Reynaldo hasn’t shown any spark of supremacy so far. Barber would be an excellent choice to help out Pacman, and the Buccs are in desperate need for a QB. Although RB would be considered a dinosaur to most, he still does have at least another 2 seasons in him which would give us more than enough time to rebuild and find a keeper. Anquan Boldin from the Cardinals has been a more consistent WR than any of our WRs including Bennett. I understand that Arizona already has their future QB in Matt Leinart, but wouldn’t it be nice for them to also have McNair by his side to mentor him until Leinart flourishes into the brilliant QB they expect him to become. My hopes might be a little high with the examples i provided, but either way you look at it we could have done better.