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    Quote Originally Posted by MrClean View Post
    If Tannehill is gone by the time we pick at #8, then it is too late to trade up and get him.
    Exactly, if he's not there at #8 Then trade up and get him? That would be a great trick.

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    you are certainly welcome to voice your opinions as loudly & inaccurately or legitimately as you want to pursue your end
    I'm not a pundit, however, I've participated in sports as a coach, player & fan over the course of a life-time & have seen a lot go down

    I honestly see the situation in it's simplicity as I have posted it in this thread:

    2012 should be a very simple draft for Miami
    basically, I think the team is set,
    we have the talent to coach our offense into a formidable unit

    1) Clay will play TE in this West Coast offense opposite Fasano
    2) Gates, Hartline, Wallace & Bess @ WR provide size, speed & go-to potential
    3) Long, Incognito, Pouncey, Jerry, Murtha (Garner/Carey) provide the makings of an excellent OL
    4) Bush & Thomas @ RB are more than adequate
    5) Moore & Gerrard @ QB allow us to begin the season competently.

    the only draft pick we have to nail down is Ryan Tannehill & I believe he will be there @ eight, if not we move up & get him
    after that concern is addressed, it's a matter of best @ pick for the best of the draft as it falls to you
    over-all the team looks very in every department: offense, defense & special teams

    Furthermore, I think Miami will finally turn the corner this season in the NFL. We will reclaim our identity & find our way to competitive & winning football by the end of this year
    Tannehill @ 8
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    Quote Originally Posted by the 23rd View Post
    you are certainly welcome to voice your opinions as loudly & inaccurately or legitimately as you want to pursue your end
    I'm not a pundit but have participated in sports as a coach, player & fan over the course of a life-time

    I honestly see the situation in it's simplicity as I have posted it in this thread:

    2012 should be a very simple draft for Miami
    basically, I think the team is set,
    we have the talent to coach our offense into a formidable unit

    1) Clay will play TE in this West Coast offense opposite Fasano
    2) Gates, Hartline, Wallace & Bess @ WR provide size, speed & go-to potential
    3) Long, Incognito, Pouncey, Jerry, Murtha (Garner/Carey) provide the makings of an excellent OL
    4) Bush & Thomas @ RB are more than adequate
    5) Moore & Gerrard @ QB allow us to begin the season competently.

    the only draft pick we have to nail down is Ryan Tannehill & I believe he will be there @ eight, if not we move up & get him
    after that concern is addressed, it's a matter of best @ pick for the rest of the draft
    over-all the team looks very strong in every department offense, defense & special teams

    Furthermore, I think Miami will finally turn the corner this season in the NFL. We will reclaim our identity & find our way to competitive & winning football by the end of this year
    Tannehill @ 8
    How can you say that with any confidence?

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    I don't know what makes you think were going to reach for Tannehill at 8 when it goes against every Ireland does in round 1.

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    Maybe it's just me and with all due respect, but this thread is taking something simple and making it difficult while talking about something difficult and attempting to make it simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterSean View Post
    How can you say that with any confidence?
    Usually 3 out of 5 is good. Not when it comes to your offensive line in the NFL though. That right side would get its ass handed to it on a silver platter every game.
    On the draft Quentin Rollins bandwagon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the 23rd View Post
    2012 should be a very simple draft for Miami
    basically, I think the team is set,
    we have the talent to coach our offense into a formidable unit

    1) Clay will play TE in this West Coast offense opposite Fasano
    2) Gates, Hartline, Wallace & Bess @ WR provide size, speed & go-to potential
    3) Long, Incognito, Pouncey, Jerry, Murtha (Garner/Carey) provide the makings of an excellent OL
    4) Bush & Thomas @ RB are more than adequate
    5) Moore & Gerrard @ QB allow us to begin the season competently.

    the only draft pick we have to nail down is Ryan Tannehill & I believe he will be there @ eight, if not we move up & get him
    after that concern is addressed, it's a matter of best @ pick for the rest of the draft
    over-all the team looks very strong in every department offense, defense & special teams
    If you think we're set at WR with Gates, Hartline, Bess and Wallace.....well, I don't know what to tell you.
    We have one of the 3-4 worst WR corps in the league. I would hope it gets addressed in the draft

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrClean View Post
    If Tannehill is gone by the time we pick at #8, then it is too late to trade up and get him.
    Delorean, bro.

    "Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.

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    3) Long, Incognito, Pouncey, Jerry, Murtha (Garner/Carey) provide the makings of an excellent OL
    How can you truly believe that? Our line was AWFUL last season. Your just listing 3 of the starters and 2 back ups who couldn't beat the other 2 starters out. hmmmm....yea great makings.

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    I thought he wrote "excellent LOLine". At least Moore will get a chance to see the rush coming head on from the right.

    "Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex44 View Post
    Usually 3 out of 5 is good. Not when it comes to your offensive line in the NFL though. That right side would get its ass handed to it on a silver platter every game.
    Hmm, imo Jerry looked fine at LT late last yr, no reason to think he can't play RT then.

    Big Jake was nicked up, Pouncey was a rookie playing Center, our two best OL were not exactly ready for primetime.

    I do believe subtracting Colombo will be a net plus and that will go a long way to settling the OL

    My real question is playmakers, at Wr, we really don't have any we have more of a consistent Wr corps.

    I do think Hartline as the quasi 1 Wr is a risky proposition as he can go stretches were he is either injured or invisible. If we lose him we are down to DBess and real unknowns at Wr.

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    We were pretty good fir the second half of the season and we upgraded our coaches and we have a weak schedule.

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    I hated the bm trade and at first thought it created a huge hole but the fact is we dont need a #1 wr with our new offense. Greenbay is full of #2 wrs. Its gonna be a team effort this year with our wide receivers. Plus our te's, rb and maybe even our new fullback we be catching more balls this year. The way I see it is our needs are: a franchise QB, a couple of olineman, and another pass rusher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by padre31 View Post
    Hmm, imo Jerry looked fine at LT late last yr, no reason to think he can't play RT then.

    Big Jake was nicked up, Pouncey was a rookie playing Center, our two best OL were not exactly ready for primetime.

    I do believe subtracting Colombo will be a net plus and that will go a long way to settling the OL

    My real question is playmakers, at Wr, we really don't have any we have more of a consistent Wr corps.

    I do think Hartline as the quasi 1 Wr is a risky proposition as he can go stretches were he is either injured or invisible. If we lose him we are down to DBess and real unknowns at Wr.
    Disagree, there is no way in hell Jerry looked okay at LT to me. The second Jake Long left the field our offensive line imploded upon itself.
    On the draft Quentin Rollins bandwagon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyNeverInhaled View Post
    I hated the bm trade and at first thought it created a huge hole but the fact is we dont need a #1 wr with our new offense. Greenbay is full of #2 wrs. Its gonna be a team effort this year with our wide receivers. Plus our te's, rb and maybe even our new fullback we be catching more balls this year. The way I see it is our needs are: a franchise QB, a couple of olineman, and another pass rusher.
    You can call them #2's but two of them are excellent at it. Miami is full of 3's at best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozzy View Post
    You can call them #2's but two of them are excellent at it. Miami is full of 3's at best.
    I was close to saying the same thing but I figured it wouldn't help my post. Lmao. Bess and hartline are close enough to #2's. Plus we can pick up a decent #2 in the draft if need be as long as it doesn't prevent us from filling bigger needs in this draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miamiron View Post
    Jerry is ????? He has 1 good game versus Buffalo and
    people around here have him going to Canton
    Who has him going to Canton?
    @matthewfpepin

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    We don't have a single star on the team, its not even close to set. That is a complete joke and misunderstanding of the roster to even think we are close to set. We are team that needs play makers on offense and defense to even compete for a playoff spot. Right now we are a team with 6-10 talent at best, if we draft well and the new coaching staff implements quality systems I think we can squeak out maybe 8-10 wins if we play good sound football and don't turn the ball over, but we need playmakers and a few stars or we will never contend in the AFC East let alone for the title. Oh yeah and we have the gaping hole at the Qb position......this team needs a lot of work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the 23rd View Post
    you are certainly welcome to voice your opinions as loudly & inaccurately or legitimately as you want to pursue your end
    I'm not a pundit, however, I've participated in sports as a coach, player & fan over the course of a life-time & have seen a lot go down

    I honestly see the situation in it's simplicity as I have posted it in this thread:

    2012 should be a very simple draft for Miami
    basically, I think the team is set,
    we have the talent to coach our offense into a formidable unit

    1) Clay will play TE in this West Coast offense opposite Fasano
    2) Gates, Hartline, Wallace & Bess @ WR provide size, speed & go-to potential
    3) Long, Incognito, Pouncey, Jerry, Murtha (Garner/Carey) provide the makings of an excellent OL
    4) Bush & Thomas @ RB are more than adequate
    5) Moore & Gerrard @ QB allow us to begin the season competently.

    the only draft pick we have to nail down is Ryan Tannehill & I believe he will be there @ eight, if not we move up & get him
    after that concern is addressed, it's a matter of best @ pick for the best of the draft as it falls to you
    over-all the team looks very in every department: offense, defense & special teams

    Furthermore, I think Miami will finally turn the corner this season in the NFL. We will reclaim our identity & find our way to competitive & winning football by the end of this year
    Tannehill @ 8

    6-10....... liking your positivity but i think you can be too positive. Our WR corp on paper is woeful.

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