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  • Bleacher Report - Prospects with the highest upside; 2016 Draft

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...l-draft/page/9

  • #2
    All are intriguing especially Apple and Sua Cravens. The others with baggage I'm Leary of.
    The deeper the roots, the higher the reach.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Aquaaiea View Post
      All are intriguing especially Apple and Sua Cravens. The others with baggage I'm Leary of.
      Personally, i think sometimes the baggage thing is overrated..I mean, yeah i get it if a guy has multiple red flags you might want to keep fair distance, but like most kids, these guys make some mistakes along the way..I think the most important thing is going to be finding out if our coaching staff can deal with PWB (Players With Baggage) we know for a fact that the old regime was made queasy by it & wanted nothing to do with guys like that, period...

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      • cuchulainn
        cuchulainn commented
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        Agree... its one thing for college kids to make a mistake or two... Its the repeat offenders and those with patterns of bad behavior that you want to be wary of...

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      It is really hard to even type this but............there are two teams that come to mind when thinking of teams that seem to have a long history of being at the top as well as never, or rarely, ever having players with issues on their teams. The Packers and Patriots seem to know how to avoid these type of players better than anyone. They know how to evaluate talent! If you've ever watched both of these teams play, and paid close attention to the player introductions with their pictures when they introduce themselves, you will notice common denominators that they both have in common. In my opinion it is these similarities that keep these head cases off their rosters. If you have no idea what I am talking about I will give you a huge hint.............THEY ALL SPEAK PROPER ENGLISH !! They don't have a team filled with idiots! They don't have wannaba gangtas! ALL their players are articulate and in my opinion is a big part of how they evaluate. They first look at their skills on the field, obviously. Then, they look at their intelligence, because SMART players know how to learn and pick up things quickly. "You can't fix stupid!" The Miami Dolphins need to emulate what these two teams do and start following their blueprint to success because both franchises look similar and both franchises have been winners for a long time. (Yeah, it does help that they have a QB but hopefully the Dolphins will work on that problem soon)

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      • AquaXI
        AquaXI commented
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        I know where your coming from. Sometimes though you have to look at the heart. By this I mean many talented come from poverty and have the redneck dialect yet their history of escaping the streets you read about. Then you got Ricky Williams with the perfect dialect and he has selfish habits.

      • DolphinsFreak
        DolphinsFreak commented
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        I agree. You have to know how to read people, and there are hundreds of ways to do that and few in the NFL actually know how to do this. You can sit down with a kid for 5 minutes and be able to see right away that he has a strong character and that even though they have a different way of speaking, they will stay on the straight and narrow and leave their old life behind.

      • marino4ever
        marino4ever commented
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        so how do you explain Aaron Hernandez form the pats

    • #5
      Originally posted by DolphinsFreak View Post
      It is really hard to even type this but............there are two teams that come to mind when thinking of teams that seem to have a long history of being at the top as well as never, or rarely, ever having players with issues on their teams. The Packers and Patriots seem to know how to avoid these type of players better than anyone. They know how to evaluate talent! If you've ever watched both of these teams play, and paid close attention to the player introductions with their pictures when they introduce themselves, you will notice common denominators that they both have in common. In my opinion it is these similarities that keep these head cases off their rosters. If you have no idea what I am talking about I will give you a huge hint.............THEY ALL SPEAK PROPER ENGLISH !! They don't have a team filled with idiots! They don't have wannaba gangtas! ALL their players are articulate and in my opinion is a big part of how they evaluate. They first look at their skills on the field, obviously. Then, they look at their intelligence, because SMART players know how to learn and pick up things quickly. "You can't fix stupid!" The Miami Dolphins need to emulate what these two teams do and start following their blueprint to success because both franchises look similar and both franchises have been winners for a long time. (Yeah, it does help that they have a QB but hopefully the Dolphins will work on that problem soon)
      Well, the Patriots did have a serial killer on their team,, but i know where you're coming from....

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