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    He had a decent bowl game yesterday. 28 for 51 389 yards 3 TD's 2 INT's. He had a good season for the Hoosiers. He has a lot of natural ability. He might be worth taking in the 5th or 6th round as some competition for Tannehill next year. I do believe we need to draft a QB in the middle or late rounds.

  • #2
    I don't really know much about Sudfeld...Is he a guy who can at least come in and give RT some competition??

    I've only really looked into 2 QB's (Lynch & Goff) & both look to be gone early in the 1st round (Most have Lynch projected as the #1-3 pick overall) I guess none of us know what direction the Fins will go in the draft but i'm pretty sure we won't be looking at a QB in the first round (though i'm not sure we shouldn't!) Can someone run a list of the top 10 or so QB's coming out and their projected draft spot....

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    • #3
      1. Paxton Lynch - Top 5 most Likely taken by Cleveland.

      2. Jared Goff - Top 10 most likely taken by San Francisco.

      3. Connor Cook - First round

      4. Carson Wentz - 2nd round

      5. Cardele Jones - 3rd round

      6. Christian Hackenberg - 3rd round

      7. Kevin Hogan - 4th or 5th round

      8. Cody Kessler - 5th or 6th round

      9. Brandon Doughty - 6th or 7th round

      10. Nate Sudfeld - 6th or 7th round

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      • #4
        Sudfield is a good QB. Playing at Indiana he has no receivers like the Fins. He definitely can provide competition. The thing is, WILL we have the necessary coaches who know what they are doing?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by FTLDOLFAN View Post
          1. Paxton Lynch - Top 5 most Likely taken by Cleveland.

          2. Jared Goff - Top 10 most likely taken by San Francisco.

          3. Connor Cook - First round

          4. Carson Wentz - 2nd round

          5. Cardele Jones - 3rd round

          6. Christian Hackenberg - 3rd round

          7. Kevin Hogan - 4th or 5th round

          8. Cody Kessler - 5th or 6th round

          9. Brandon Doughty - 6th or 7th round

          10. Nate Sudfeld - 6th or 7th round
          I've seen Doughty play 3 times, as I live in Tennessee. He is better than all but maybe the top 3 guys. If he's there in the 4th, you HAVE to take him...unless you think Logan Thomas (the Fins #3) ius a possible replacement for Tannehill. if not, get Doughty.) Funny, Isn't DeShawn Watson draft eligible? That guy throws a tremendous long ball. Hackenberg is another Tim Couch. Please, NO. If James Franklin can't make you a QB, NO ONE CAN.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by hawkfinfan View Post
            Sudfield is a good QB. Playing at Indiana he has no receivers like the Fins. He definitely can provide competition. The thing is, WILL we have the necessary coaches who know what they are doing?
            I'm warming to Mike Shula, as he has really focused Cam Newton. Forget his first stint at Alabama, as most have forgotten Belicheat's at Cleveland.

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            • DolphinsFreak
              DolphinsFreak commented
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              I am rooting for Mike Shula to get the job as long as there isn't some preconceived notion that he believes he can help Tannehill the way he helped Newton. Tannehill will never be a anything more then he is right now, even with an elite o-line. He,will never be anywhere near the QB that Newton is. If Shula understands that fact then I welcome him to the Miami Dolphins.

          • #7
            DF, makes sense. I just figure the SKILL set of Tanny somewhat resembles that of Newton, though unfortunately not the testosterone levels. That's usually something that can't be taught.

            Also, and this is totally unrelated, what a way to make papa Don's platinum years special, especially if Mike can somehow Right the USS Dolphin.

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            • DolphinsFreak
              DolphinsFreak commented
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              I jumped on to the Hire Mike Shula bandwagon a few weeks ago. I am in. The only "negative" I see in hiring him is exactly what you mentioned. If young Shula "thinks" Tannehill can be taught to play anywhere near the level that Newton is playing at he needs to watch game tape on both of their rookie seasons. Newton looked great his rookie season and Tannehill looked pretty similar to how he looks right now. Newton already had the tangibles, they just needed tweaking. Tannehill probably can be taught, to a degree, but it's more like starting from scratch with him. He should have leaned much of the stuff he needs to be taught at the lower levels, not the pros. He somehow slipped through the cracks.

              I think it would be amazing to see another Shula on the sidelines. Mike Shula resembles his dad too so it will be deja vu for many Dolphins fans. (I am too young to remember what he looked like in the early 70's)

          • #8
            "I am too young to remember what he looked like in the early 70's"
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            Not I. I had season tickets fro '66, but watched that face torn by agony against the Jets in the Super Bowl previously. Getting Shula was the best trade the Dolphins ever made.

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