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Yes he did sign a multi year deal. But he signed for a year to prove he was healthy when he first came here. Get your facts straight guys, really.
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Hey Stupid, Russell Wilson won the SB last year and he doesn't make half the money Brady makes. Get a clue dude...Really...
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Yes he did you moron...Last year he did...We're talking about last year's performance...Him vs Soliai...He did come to Miami on a one year deal... DUUUHHH!!!! How many idiots do we have here this morning? You guys are clueless...LOL!!!
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So Grimes is not a top player because he signed a one year deal? Just because a player gets rewarded by getting a big contract automatically means he's a top player? Have you ever heard about players getting overpaid and not living up to their huge contract?? Was Jake Grove a top player??? DUUUUHHHHH! Fu**ing douche...
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NH Fins, why do you bother? That's what they want, people who will finally respond to them. Just ignore them and they eventually go away. These idiots have been posting the same retarded crap for years and they somehow get a kick out of it. Big deal. Let them have their little fun and ignore it.
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Ok, that's how we know who had a better season...How much they got paid...Makes a lot of sense...Got'cha.
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Brent Grimes was our best player on D, not Soliai...
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Another mock draft with personal thoughts: Rd 1: Brandin Cooks: Makes so much sense for the Dolphins. Another weapon on offense and another weapon as a punt returner. Major upgrade over Thigpen. They say speed kills. If that's true, this guy is a killer. Rd 2: JaWuan James: Another perfect pick for Miami. Guy's a beast. And he's a pure RT. Enough with drafting guys and playing them another position. This guy is a RT and will play RT. Get him. Rd 3: Donte Moncrief: Yes, another WR. This guy will be special. Him and Cooks will be the Dolphins future with Tannehill. Wallace will become too expensive even though I'm a big fan of his and Hartline will eventually be gone as well. Moncrief is my favorite player in the entire draft and I really hope the Dolphins get him. Question is will he be available in round 3. Big if. Rd 4: Nevin Lawson: Sleeper pick for Miami but lots of potential. Physical corner who loves to attack the run despite limited size. Will need to get in the weight room and get bigger and stronger but could be a very good pick in round 4. Need to draft at least one corner since we don't know how the Finnegan experience will turn out and Taylor and Davis are still very unproven. Rd 5: Cornelius Lucas: Yes, another tackle. Good looking prospect with awesome size, huge man. Nasty mean streak, which I love for an offensive lineman. Still raw and will get beaten, but won't back down from anyone. As tough as they come. I'd rather spend a draft pick on someone like Lucas than bringing back McKinnie quite frankly. Rd 6: Ed Stinson: The Dolphins have already spoke with him and he would be a great gamble in round 6. Much better against the run but needs to develop as a pass rusher. Still, very good potential and last time I checked Miami sucked against the run. Worth the risk, especially that late in the draft. Rd 7: Kevin Pierre-Louis: Outside linebacker who's a tad undersized but very athletic and ALWAYS around the ball. Excellent special teams player so he could be a contributor for Darren Rizzi. Posted by: #1 Dolphin Fan in Montreal | April 22, 2014 at 09:13 PM
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Another mock draft with personal thoughts: Rd 1: Brandin Cooks: Makes so much sense for the Dolphins. Another weapon on offense and another weapon as a punt returner. Major upgrade over Thigpen. They say speed kills. If that's true, this guy is a killer. Rd 2: JaWuan James: Another perfect pick for Miami. Guy's a beast. And he's a pure RT. Enough with drafting guys and playing them another position. This guy is a RT and will play RT. Get him. Rd 3: Donte Moncrief: Yes, another WR. This guy will be special. Him and Cooks will be the Dolphins future with Tannehill. Wallace will become too expensive even though I'm a big fan of his and Hartline will eventually be gone as well. Moncrief is my favorite player in the entire draft and I really hope the Dolphins get him. Question is will he be available in round 3. Big if. Rd 4: Nevin Lawson: Sleeper pick for Miami but lots of potential. Physical corner who loves to attack the run despite limited size. Will need to get in the weight room and get bigger and stronger but could be a very good pick in round 4. Need to draft at least one corner since we don't know how the Finnegan experience will turn out and Taylor and Davis are still very unproven. Rd 5: Cornelius Lucas: Yes, another tackle. Good looking prospect with awesome size, huge man. Nasty mean streak, which I love for an offensive lineman. Still raw and will get beaten, but won't back down from anyone. As tough as they come. I'd rather spend a draft pick on someone like Lucas than bringing back McKinnie quite frankly. Rd 6: Ed Stinson: The Dolphins have already spoke with him and he would be a great gamble in round 6. Much better against the run but needs to develop as a pass rusher. Still, very good potential and last time I checked Miami sucked against the run. Worth the risk, especially that late in the draft. Rd 7: Kevin Pierre-Louis: Outside linebacker who's a tad undersized but very athletic and ALWAYS around the ball. Excellent special teams player so he could be a contributor for Darren Rizzi.
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Aliases, sorry, but I've been posting on here for a very long time...Under the same name...But you can believe what you want, who cares...
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I guess there's no hope...LOL!! I guess Brady sucks because Gronk got hurt right? Or is that different? In other words it applies for Tannehill but not Brady...Ok, you make a lot of sense dude...Really...
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Sam, that line about Tannehill sending WRs to the IR is the stupidest, most ridiculous, retarded comment EVER on this blog. Makes ZERO sense. I'm sure you can do better than that...If not, there's no hope.
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Texas, what are the odds of that happening?
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Mark, the Dolphins seem to like Seantrel Henderson a lot...I can see them using a late pick on the guy...And a chance to compete with Fox I guess...But that's not very reassuring...
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I know, I know...I like Lewan too.. But who knows? It's still a gamble...My point is the highest ceiling is not always what we think...How many of us thought we had our LT position solved for at least 5-6 years when we drafted Long? You never know...I get what you're saying but it's not always easy...And Martin is no slouch, a lot of people (Armando included apparently) think he'll be gone by the time we're on the clock...We'll see I guess...
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Mark, excellent point at 03:38...That I agree with you 100%...
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Mark, Zack Martin could turn out to be the next Vernon Carey...But he also could turn out to be the next Mike Lupati...I mean, that's what drafting is...It's a gamble and you just hope it pays off...Same could be said about all the other players as well...
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Oscar, problem is, ILB, RB and S, who do see worthy of drafting at 19? Mosley? Highly unlikely he'll still be there...Pryor? Should we really spend our first round pick on a safety? And which RB would you take at 19?
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The Dolphins shouldn't feel "forced" to go o-line in the first round for one simple reason...This draft is considered a very deep draft for o-linemen. This is the kind of draft you can grab a LT in the 5th round and he would become a solid NFL starter. I would still go o-line in the first (Just my opinion of course) but I can't say I'd be shocked if they don't. Having said that, they better make sure they get at least 2 good ones... I'm not entirely sold on Shelley Smith and Jason Fox...I think Martin at RG would solve a big problem...And give me Jawuan James to play RT...
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We must give Tannehill more time in the pocket...And he needs to show better pocket awareness...He was part of the problem, don't be fooled...But with a better running game and decent protection, his sack number should drop by at least half... Posted by: #1 Dolphin Fan in Montreal | April 15, 2014 at 02:35 PM Finally, a close to honest post! However, even with time to throw Tannehill could not hit the beep ball. Pocket presence can not be coached. Run game? Im blasted for suggesting the CONSENSUS #1 RB in the draft as our 1st pick. LMAO! Posted by: SAM I AM | April 15, 2014 at 02:42 PM His deep ball needs to improve, no doubt, but you don't give up on a kid that threw 24TDs and for almost 4000 yards. THAT WOULD BE INSANE! Fix the o-line and give him some weapons and we'll see what happens. I'm willing to bet Tannehill will be even better in 2014. Maybe that's just the fan in me, who knows.
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Mark, Brendan Shanahan will be running the show now for the Leafs. Good move?
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With an improved o-line, I like the thought of having Moreno and Miller...I can live with that...As long as I don't see Daniel Thomas anymore, I'll be happy. LOL!
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I'd be shocked if the Dolphins use their first round pick on a RB...I don't see it...
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Inside Linebackers: Read & React: C.J.Mosley. By far the best in this class according to most scouts. Sees and senses what is coming and has the athleticism and agility to do something about it. Run Defense: Shayne Skov. Power in his hands to fight through blocks and securely wrestle ballcarriers to the ground. Pass Defense: Christian Jones. Can play every linebacker position with speed and lateral explosiveness to trail tight ends and running backs. Tackling: Chris Borland. Considered a tackling machine. Some compare him to Zach Thomas. Doesn't take no for an answer. Textbook tackler and try-hard pursuit player. Pass Rush/Blitz: Yawin Smallwood. Capable of playing outside in a blitzing role with natural feel for pass rushing. Intangibles: James Morris. A "permanent" team captain since 2012, Morris was academic All-Big Ten and a National Honor Society member plus a four year starter.
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Texas, here's what I read about Skov: Strengths: Ideal size and temperament for the inside linebacker position. Broad shoulders, trim middle and thick lower body. Terrific instincts and physicality. Tone-setter who made plays at key moments for the Cardinals. Improved explosiveness was evident in 2013. Slashed through the offensive line to make emphatic tackles in the backfield. Aggressive and seeks contact to take on and shed blockers in the hole. Flashes explosive closing ability. Team captain. Weaknesses: Likely limited to 3-4 alignment inside linebacker role due to marginal speed (We do use a mix of 4-3 and 3-4). Lacks fluidity for extensive coverage responsibilities (With a good pass rush, we don't need extensive coverage. Working to break a bad habit of lunging to get to the ball carrier (Nothing good coaching can't fix). Overaggressive and takes himself out of too many plays. Suffered torn ACL in 2011, although he regained explosion in 2013.
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