Granted, sometimes scorekeeping is an interpretive art when it comes to NFL free agent frenzy.
But I must say that Howie Roseman upon his return from exile had quite a hoedown Wednesday on the first day of the annual meat-on-the-hoof dance.
Howie continues to feverishly chip away at the Mr. Chip former face of the franchise.
Roseman subtracted three misfits and their bloated salaries in DeMarco Murray, Byron Maxwell and Kiko Alonzo; added a quality quarterback in Chase Daniel to back up the porcelain-fragile Sam Bradford; and signed safety Rodney McLeod, offensive guard Brandon Brooks, linebacker Nigel Bradham and cornerback Ron Brooks.
He also maneuvered up in the first round to the No 8 overall pick instead of No. 13, dramatically increasing the chances of plucking a transcendent player.
Of course, let us pray (it is Lent, after all) that Howie doesn’t doink the upcoming draft.