I know everyone is tickled pink over this signing. Miami Dolphins will win free agency again! By dumping tons of money on a DT. Well lower your cheerios and let me take aim. My teeth are floating. I'm sure many of you will rush to tell me how crazy I am to compare the Haynesworth deal to Suh. Haynesworth was a bum, no work ethic, etc. etc. etc. But if you travel back in time to before the Redskins signed him, you would fine fans saying the same things about Hayneworth that they say about Suh today. A dominant player. A game changer on defense. The deal? Miami reportedly will sign a deal with Suh that could be worth 114 M. The Haynesworth deal was for 115 M. Haynesworth was in trouble for stomping on dudes before being eventually traded. Suh? Nuff said. Both the Lions and Titans respectively didn't try very hard to resign. Why not? Age - Everyone keeps saying this deal is different because Suh is in his prime. Haynesworth was 1 year older at 28 when he went to Washington. Albert even had some advice for Suh recently - Well, it looks like the first bit of advice fell on deaf ears if this deal happens. Philbin is as lame duck a coach as it gets. As for the defense, I'll leave it to those on the board who know more about schemes than I do to cite whether Miami and Detroit's defenses are identical or not. This is probably the one area where Albert went into a much worse scenario than Suh did. I think he went from 4-3 to a 3-4 right? I could have that wrong though. If this happens, and it sounds like it will, I hope it works out. But I'm not doing backflips if and when this happens. Because we've been down this road before. Landing the biggest free agent during free agency, only to suffer the same mediocre results when it matters. While the teams that build through the draft steal the glory. Hope I'm wrong. Please everyone feel free to explain to me why this is different, I'm all ears.