Seattle lost value turning Rob Sims into a fifth round pick. They regained that value by turning a fifth round pick into Leon Washington. That's the only sane way to evaluate the two moves, separately. One was probably selling low. The other was definitely buying low. Overall, Seattle has profited, but the later good move does not retroactively fix the former bad move. My point, really, is that on balance this administration is way up, but we need to remain rational. It's not black or white, good or bad, but shades. Once upon a time, people proudly proclaimed "In Ruskell We Trust". Let's not start thinking "In Schneider We Trust". Let's just take it all a move at a time. Right now, the good moves far outweigh the bad.