With Brady gone and us in rebuilding mode, what are people's thoughts on signing Jameis Winston? We all know about his turnover problems ("problems" being a mild description). But he was also playing nearsighted and had surgery this offseason. (Jameis Winston undergoes LASIK eye surgery) With his talent and better coaching, could he be one of those diamonds in the *very* rough that Belichick and McDaniels can mould into a star? What I like about Winston on a year deal is that if he plays like he did in Tampa we're going to be able to get some good draft picks. If he is worse, we're going to get great picks. And if Belichick and McDaniels can turn him into a star, we got a major steal AND it further cements their legacies as something more than Brady. At the same time, if Winston fails it just aids the long-term plan of rebuilding. Thoughts? Other than Winston, we could go after Cam (who I believe is not a great fit) or Dalton (who will do adequate work and probably get us to 8-8). Neither of them have Winston's upside, which it feels like we should be pursuing rather than stability.