Originally Posted by wick
While flashy, big-time upgrades are what makes headlines, it's exactly these types of micro upgrades that produce winning teams. When what you have is bad and you add an average player, you've upgraded a position. It doesn't matter that the player you got is average; the point is that the position is no longer bad. That's a positive.
absolutely agreed... Reese helped the team... improving the depth is important... I just think it's foolhardy to compare him to Glenn... he might not even make the team, much less start... wait until we see what he has left in the tank before we call this signing great... remember he was hurt half of last year...