Okay, I have a question that may need some help. The Bills are going through some chaotic times with ownership changes. My question is very simple: If I said what deals I have in place with Detroit (and what players are coming in) that we could ask a new owner if they want the Lions or the Bills? Look, I'm never gonna play well in this league. There are too many good owners. So if I can be dedicated to the league as I've been, maybe I could be a rebuilder. Let me have teams that have high turnover to get them going in the right direction and make them a desirable team for new owners. I know my Saints will never come open, so I'm asking if the league would allow me to take over these "bad" teams and try to get them good. I mean, right now I have the following deals in place in Detroit, all agreed in Principle: Trading QB Matthew Stafford (85 overall after progression) for QB David Garrard (79-77 overall depending on regression) and WR Mike Sims-Walker (86-89 overall depending on progression). Trading my 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round picks for RE Trent Cole (95 overall), CB Ellis Hobbs (80-82 overall depending on progression), and WR Jason Avant (76-77 depending on progression). Trading MLB Bart Scott (89-85 overall depending on regression) for LOLB Sergio Kindle (80-82 overall depending on progression). As you can see I've been doing some serious upgrading with not a lot of trade material. But I would not want to change teams and screw three owners out of deals in place. So, if it's necessary (and a new owner would want the Lions as I have them grading out), I could take over Buffalo if the league would allow it. It's up to the league if they would want this. I'm willing to work in Buffalo to build something like what I have built in Detroit. Yeah, it would suck because I was really looking forward to getting something going in Detroit, but I'd rather have a stable league than a personally successful run in the league.