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  • My wife 5 ft 8" and 135 lbs

    I guess she qualifies to play for the Dolphins....definitely tall enough...only 30 lbs lighter than the next guy on the team....

    So we pick up a CB that has starter traits, and 2 ea WR's a position we don't need....

    All the while we have NO OL....

    The Cleveland Browns are laughing at us.....

  • #2
    My wife is 5'9" tall and I would be thinking the same thing, if I seen her run a 4.2 40 ....Aha

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    • DolphinsFreak
      DolphinsFreak commented
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      Aha.......He is either atop the list or off the list. This is a make or break season for him. He either stays at the top of the list or proves to rveryone that he is a franchise quarterback. No Excuses! :-)

    • London Fish & Chips
      London Fish & Chips commented
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      I love that picture with the gas mask, so typical....wait is that RW in the back ground....

    • DolphinsFreak
      DolphinsFreak commented
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      No, it's Nkemdiche right before he fell out the fourth floor window.

  • #3
    Originally posted by Seadog View Post
    I guess she qualifies to play for the Dolphins....definitely tall enough...only 30 lbs lighter than the next guy on the team....

    So we pick up a CB that has starter traits, and 2 ea WR's a position we don't need....

    All the while we have NO OL....


    The Cleveland Browns are laughing at us.....

    What???????

    Completely disagree on both assertions.

    We had Parker, Landry, and Stills as our starting WRs. No viable depth, apart from Matt Hazel who has never shown anything since being drafted. Taking Carroo makes a lot of sense. He can play all 3 positions and has the ability to start over Stills on the outside as our Day 1 as our Z receiver.

    Stills is a speed guy and will see the field in 4 WR sets and when we decide to take shots downfield or for specific targets/matchups.

    Duarte is a H back in the pretty much the same mold as Charles Clay. Both Grant and Duarte were good pickups as once you're in the 6th/7th round you're only looking for guys to develop and who can play special teams. Both can and Grant should take over return duties from Landry. Smart move.

    As for the OL, we have most talent there since 2008. You're looking at an OL that will most likely consist of Albert, Tunsil, Pouncey, Urik, and James.

    We have Bushrod as the swing tackle and backup Guard along with a 2nd year Jamil Douglas. Dallas Thomas most likely is either cut or rides the pine.

    If we add Matt Slauson, it gets even better.

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    • cuchulainn
      cuchulainn commented
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      Tunsil or Bushrod replace Albert if he goes down. We took the best OLman in the entire draft in Tunsil. Doesn't matter so much where he lines up for us as long as he does. We also have the most depth we've had in years.

      Howard was the 6th Cornerback taken in the draft. He's not going to have the same tape that Apple or Burns put up, but his weaknesses are being overblown. You have to look at where he played and who he faced as well as the scheme he was in. Overall, QBs had a passer rating of 32.2 when attacking him and he has the body and physically that Joseph wanted for a press corner.

      We added 5 defensive starters in FA - Maxwell, IAQ, Alonso, and Mario Williams, then a likely starting corner in Howard, a starting WR in Carroo, and a #2 RB in Drake. We also picked up a return man and an Hback.

      What's the Miami mold? We're no longer playing the ZBS on the OL.

    • London Fish & Chips
      London Fish & Chips commented
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      Miami mold....bring in sub par and often injured players and build your team around that.....

    • cuchulainn
      cuchulainn commented
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      We're not building a team around some of the FAs who were brought in for short-term fixes. I think they had an opportunity to upgrade some positions and did so. This draft was mostly about putting more points on the board and addressing a historically bad pass defense from last season.

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    Disagree. I didn't think WR was a pressing need. They used TWO draft picks on a position that was filled. There was no reason to give up a 3rd round pick for Stills if he is the #4 receiver.

    Everyone and their dog thought the Dolphins needed to go all defense for the most part in this draft. They did the exact opposite. Let's hope this gamble pays off because the defensive side of the ball is looking pretty thin and those picks used on receivers could have been used in cornerbacks and linebackers.

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    • DolphinsFreak
      DolphinsFreak commented
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      It's easy to come in here after the fact and agree with the front office. However, PRIOR to the draft when all these mock drafts were being posted, ALL of them were similar in the fact that they had the Dolphins going 90% defense while adding an offensive lineman and running back. Not one person disagreed with these mocks. Not one person, including you, came in and said < Hey, we need to add a couple more wide receivers. > Why? It's because the Dolphins are paper thin on defense. Nobody in their right mind can expect Howard to come in as a rookie and be a shutdown corner, or a corner that will be able to compete with the Patriots receivers. The Dolphins have ONE starting caliber cornerback, and the depth is weak at best. The linebacking situation is even worse. I think the Dolphins have one of the weakest linebacking groups in the league and they didn't even address that position with quality players sitting on the board in rounds they should not have been in.

    • cuchulainn
      cuchulainn commented
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      Which is how you improve a team instead of settling... take a look at what the Panthers have done for the past 4 seasons. The drafted keuchly even though they already had a Pro-bowl LB in Jon Beason. If you get an opportunity to ugrade, take it. Hate we missed out on Jack, but at least they tried.

    • DolphinsFreak
      DolphinsFreak commented
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      The Keuchly comparison makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Tunsil is the ONLY player that the Dolphins drafted that you can say that about. The Dolphins already had a LT and a backup LT, but an elite LT fell into their lap so they drafted him. NOWHERE else in the draft did that happen. Are you really going to try and compare the Panthers drafting Keuchly to the Dolphins drafting Camroo to replace Stills, or any other move they made after round one?

  • #5
    Amusing... some fans are always unhappy no matter what.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/r...son-Wentz.html

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    • #6
      For the record, my wife is 6'1.....I think she could step in at LB!

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      • cuchulainn
        cuchulainn commented
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        Hope you ask permission to use the internet first. lol...

    • #7
      My Wife is 5'0 105 pounds and she is the boss!
      The deeper the roots, the higher the reach.

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      • #8
        If any of your wives can run a 4.37 forty and make tacklers miss I am all for bringing them in to return kicks.

        Dog at 5'8", and 135lbs I would say she has the frame to put on another 10-15 lbs of muscle and not hurt her.

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        • London Fish & Chips
          London Fish & Chips commented
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          I'll send her to Miky D's for a month then to the Dolphins HQ......

      • #9
        He name isn't Miko, is it?

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        • London Fish & Chips
          London Fish & Chips commented
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          Tarpon, are you asking if my wife is a gutter trash swamp rat biatch ho??? Sorry swamp rats i degraded you a bit by refering to Miko as one of you.....

        • Tarpon Guide
          Tarpon Guide commented
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          No way, there is only 1 gutter trash swamp rat biatch ho, and she's up north now with her underperforming husband, and outa our hair......
          Last edited by Tarpon Guide; 05-08-2016, 06:28 AM.

      • #10
        Stood next to Mark Clayton at the Dolphins hotel in San Francisco. There's no way he was bigger than 5'7 and 170 lbs, max, and he was the baddest, most fearless, most productive, clutch WR we've ever had. But, I think having more than two receivers for Tannehill to have to worry about throwing to just confuses him and we should have focused on O line, a STARTING caliber RB and defense. We got a 2nd string runner, no OGs and not enough defense. Thank God for Tunsil and Howard. BTW, my wife is 4'11 and 89 lbs and once bounced off of a Kelvin Sheppard tackle, made Jimmy Wilson miss, ran over a flailing Garo Yepremian and outran holder, Dan Marino, on a blocked kick she returned for a touchdown.

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