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  • NO CJ....So what's next

    CJ will remain in Denver for the next 4 years, as the Broncos matched the Dolphins offer.

    So what's next.

    Well - let's use the 16 million and sign the two best guards so that J.J our best running back has some running lanes....

    We couldn't steal CJ, but Louis Vasquez makes a lot of sense...not sure why we are not bringing him in for a visit...same can be said for Mathis. Sign the defending champs starting guards and we instantly improve our Oline...

    The Dolphins can then plan on attacking the draft based on BPA....I would also bring in Alfred Morris for a visit or C2K.


  • #2
    Because Tannenbaum is a clueless buffoon, and won't do what makes sense.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Bahamas View Post
      CJ will remain in Denver for the next 4 years, as the Broncos matched the Dolphins offer.

      So what's next.

      Well - let's use the 16 million and sign the two best guards so that J.J our best running back has some running lanes....

      We couldn't steal CJ, but Louis Vasquez makes a lot of sense...not sure why we are not bringing him in for a visit...same can be said for Mathis. Sign the defending champs starting guards and we instantly improve our Oline...

      The Dolphins can then plan on attacking the draft based on BPA....I would also bring in Alfred Morris for a visit or C2K.
      I have been saying this for a month or so now. I don't understand why the Dolphins are not moving on either guard. Why are they trying to fit square pegs in round holes, AGAIN, with different people doing it?!?

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      • #4
        Ross feels he has enough security at the stadium without hiring anymore guards.....

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        • hawkfinfan
          hawkfinfan commented
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          That's it, Trump is going to hold a rally and his stadium will be torn into scrap lol

      • #5
        I couldn't agree more and posted the same on FB. Offer that same deal to Vasquez. Or just offer the around $5mil to Mathis. He may not be the long term answer, but that player is clearly not stepped up yet so why not have a good oline this year to make bigger holes for our young, inexperienced backs, and protect our QB. At the end of the day this teams success lies mainly in the hands of Tannehill. And until they give him a decent oline people (myself included) will continue to wonder if he'd be better if he wasn't the most hit and sacked QB in the NFL each year.

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        • DolphinsFreak
          DolphinsFreak commented
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          You know how I feel about Tannehill and I am starting to wonder if there is some conspiracy against him. One side is demanding that he remain the Dolphins quarterback and the other side saying that if he remains the quarterback of the Dolphins we refuse to give him the protection he needs. If weird because the Miami Dolphins are supposed to be a TEAM but it seems as if they can't get out of their own way.

        • Idahomer
          Idahomer commented
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          Yeah it's really stupid IMO Freak. They committed all that money to him and he clearly has not performed to the level that you expect of a QB making that kind of money. If you really want to identify if he is or isn't worth that paycheck don't you have to give him an oline to protect him? I see all the negatives everyone else does, with the biggest two IMO being consistency and being clutch when the game is on the line. There are obviously a lot more issues but I see those two as the most frustrating and telling. Problem is you can't deny the guy has been hit or sacked more than any QB in the NFL during his tenure. We also all agree that when a QB, no matter how good he is, gets hit over and over they begin to get happy feet, they get rid of the ball a fraction of a second earlier than they should, they spend more time worrying about the rush than scanning the field and their progressions. The fact is they will never know for sure what they have in Tannehill until he gets the chance to perform in a clean pocket with a good oline. The FO has truly failed in providing that line for him.

      • #6
        We should draft RB. Some that appeal to me are Booker, Procise and Perkins.

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        • #7
          Originally posted by FTLDOLFAN View Post
          We should draft RB. Some that appeal to me are Booker, Procise and Perkins.
          Like Prosise the most of those 3. Seems very solid and he was WR before moving to RB, so he has some versatility... Devontae Booker could be ok late in the draft if he has recovered from his knee injury and can fix his fumbling issues...

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          • #8
            Originally posted by cuchulainn View Post

            Like Prosise the most of those 3. Seems very solid and he was WR before moving to RB, so he has some versatility... Devontae Booker could be ok late in the draft if he has recovered from his knee injury and can fix his fumbling issues...
            Knee injury AND he fumbles?? He'll fit right in.
            While it takes two to have an argument, it only takes one to walk away.

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            • cuchulainn
              cuchulainn commented
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              Yeah, he wrecked his meniscus and had surgery. He didn't work out at the combine. Suffered fumbilitus in college... if it's any consolation, he is no relation to Daniel Thomas. lol...

          • #9
            Originally posted by Dolfan1 View Post
            Knee injury AND he fumbles?? He'll fit right in.
            Ugh, I didn't know about that so scratch him. I am liking Paul Perkins from UCLA in the 4th round.

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            • #10
              Ezekiel Elliot should be there at 13 and he is the only RB with a first round grade. Scouts Inc has him as the 5th best player in the entire draft. If he is still there I say we take him.

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              • #11
                Originally posted by Finatic View Post
                Ezekiel Elliot should be there at 13 and he is the only RB with a first round grade. Scouts Inc has him as the 5th best player in the entire draft. If he is still there I say we take him.
                If we would sign Patrick Robinson in free agency then I would feel better about drafting Elliott in the first round. After losing CJ Anderson we should have the money for it now. I would still rather focus on improving our defense and o-line. Mediocre RB's can have success running behind a good o-line. We could have the best RB in the NFL but if our o-line sucks it won't matter.

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                • #12
                  Sign a few FA Guard and draft Elliott.

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