Thats the dumbest thing I've ever heard^. Why would we trade some of our O-Lineman who are gelling very well on there way to becoming a top O-Line in the league. None are making crazy $ yet either so trading them would be stupid for one because you hurt our lines chemistry and play. 2 you give VY less time to throw and 3 it all starts in the trenches you think T-Hen brokeout on his own. Having A good O-Line means everything to an offense if you haven't noticed. Just like a D-Line is the most important part of a Defense. Poor D-Line such as our makes our LB's and Secondary which were but very good last year with the exception of LT and Hill's injury troubles. But they look avg to good since our D-Line didn't occupy blockers or pressure the QB. So those blockers got to the LB's and the QB had all day to find a WR which gives you the 31st ranked D. Ex. Mangini takes over the Jets which had a very poor offense the year before. They had decent skill pos. players in Coles, Martin, Pennington but they played poorly. So when Draft day came what did Mangenius do to fix that O..............he had 2 1st round picks which he used on a frachise left tackle (D-Brick) and the top C (Mangold) and wallah..........playoffs that same year.