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  • Worst GM in the NFL

    Oh......I hope not! Goes the line I don't need this days from the draft

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/...cid=spartandhp

  • #2
    Rick Speilman is #8 AHA.........When he was with the Dolphins he would probably have ranked #32 but now that he is with another team the Dolphins somehow managed for find two worse GM's then him..............I figured I already knew who they would have as number one but I had to see if they would pick Thompson over you-know-who.

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    • #3
      Tannenbaum is not the official general manager in Miami — that’s Chris Grier — but he is certainly the face of team’s front office. Either way, the Dolphins have made some questionable decisions since Tannenbaum joined the organization. The team overpaid Ndamukong Suh — who had a fine 2015 season but it's nearly impossible for an interior lineman to earn that paycheck — and tight end Jordan Cameron last offseason. This year hasn’t been much better. Miami took Byron Maxwell’s awful contract off the Eagles’ books, let Lamar Miller leave for Houston and replaced a 25-year-old edge rusher with an over-the-hill Mario Williams, who quit on the Bills last season.

      Best move: Refusing to overpay Olivier Vernon.

      Worst move: Trading for Maxwell and Kiko Alonso.

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      • Idahomer
        Idahomer commented
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        How can anyone say the worst move is the trade when neither guy has put on a uniform yet? What if both are pro bowl players and the guy we draft at #13 a day one starter and contributor, still the worst move? I agree on best move, worst move IMO was keeping the prior coaching staff last season.

      • DolphinsFreak
        DolphinsFreak commented
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        I didn't rank him there, bro. Aha

      • Idahomer
        Idahomer commented
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        yeah I realize that Freak. I think the author is an idiot for calling a complete mystery trade the "worst" move. That's like saying your steak is over cooked before cutting into it and looking at the color.

    • #4
      Way to early for this sort of BS. They could've at least waited until after the draft and camp cuts/signings.

      I was all for not over-paying OV, and again, no one has any real idea whether the trade for Maxwell and Alonso is boom or bust yet. Maxwell was solid last season and Alonso was a playmaker before the knee injury. If both are healthy, they are instantly the best at their positions on this roster. So no, not the worst moves at all.

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      • #5
        I liked the Suh signing, loved not overpaying for Vernon and I am optimistic about the Alonso Maxwell move. I'll reserve judgement on Mike until the season plays out.

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        • #6
          Not overpaying for OV was a smart move. We still don't know how the Maxwell and Alonso trade is going to work out. I am disappointed that we didn't address another one of our needs in free agency since we are about $17M under the cap I think. We could have signed Alex Boone or Danny Trevathan.

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          • #7
            This is so retarded,, it's not like I've been totally enamored with Tannenbaum to date but lets be for real..IMO, signing Jordan Cameron was an excellent move (the guy is a serious playmaker who has yet to get on the same page with Tannehill) the Suh signing could potentially cripple us a bit, but I was all for it, so it would be a bit hypocritical of me to be overly critical about it now (Could potentially be a HUGE move if we could put some decent talent around him & build an elite D) and who knows how the trade with the Eagles is going to work out,, if both Max & Kiko play lights-out for us it'll be genius...I guess we shall see.......

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            • #8
              I don't care for Tannenbaum but I think it's ridiculous to have him ranked last. He's brought some serious talent into Miami. How can they say that the Eagles trade was that bad before either player hits the field? I think the Giants GM should be last on this list. He got Tim Coughlin fired with all his bad moves and/or decisions and now he just spent JJ Watt money on an average player. I think they are judging Tannebaum on his moves with the Jets not the Dolphins.

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              • cuchulainn
                cuchulainn commented
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                Agree... not sure who Ruiz is. Probably a jets fan.

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