Many people are talking about restructuring contracts and signing free agents. Unfortunately I feel that our window might have closed for a Superbowl. Is it time to start rebuilding? We all know that running backs are only good for a few years. Derrick Henry has been amazing but how many years does he have left if any? JRob with just a mid-level rating on his draft and in free agency last year would have had us in a Super Bowl. Unfortunately, he ranked dead last among all GM's in both. If not for his great job the years prior we would have been picking at the top of the draft. I say we do not restructure any contracts other than for less money and look to the Future. We cannot sell our future to try to make our run now. Our best course of action would be to wait and only pick up some of the better left over free agents. The drop in salary cap has put all free agents in a buyer's market. There will be some great value in free agency toward the end. We would still need to cut several players but while we got in return with that money would more than make up for what we lost. Hopefully we would get a few draft picks out of the players we lost through free agency. Just wanted to start the conversation and get other opinions on this.i hate feeling this way, but it feels the smartest take on our situation.So.....what is your take on this?