The criteria can be anything type of transaction here, from choosing to pass up on a player in the draft, to signing a guy who ended up being a bum. The good news is that there are far and few between moves to discuss here, but even BB is human... Though barely. For me, and likely for several here, it's gotta be the Mankins move. Because it caused multiple consequences: -It kept Mankins from winning a ring with us, a ring that he deserves as much as anybody on this roster. -But it also ended up having consequences to the team. While Mankins returned to Pro Bowl level for Tampa in '15, our line play was miserable. I am absolutely convinced that we beat Denver with Mankins on that O-line. Brady would've then at least actually had a chance in that game, which is all he would have needed. (Can you say 3-peat?) While yes, one of the picks did wind up being Flowers, I have a hard time thinking we couldn't have drafted him four spots earlier at that 97 spot where Grissom was selected. So I'm not going to say we traded Mankins for Flowers. Oh and I forgot about Tim Wright being in that trade. The dude sucked. Hindsight's 20/20, but I always found that move notable because it was probably the one time BB sent off an aging/disgruntled vet where I feel that it didn't end up being the right move. Any other moves?