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If they draft a big back that can get us those third and three or less yds? I'll be okay with the Miami run game for 2021. I still want them to...
Cool! Wait... does a great OL include having a Center???
Yeah, so we need a Center you say? Miami has, so far, managed to get worse on paper.
Trade up from #81? Like give up our other 2022 3rd?
Assuming you're not joking, Run Pass Option
Miami needed an OT more than a Center? Really?
Way to pass on BPA, to get a safety?
Tell me which of those players have an injury history.... and then I can tell you who Miami has on their draft board. :couch:
I'm thinking/hoping that the top 3rd or 4th one is still there. It's a risk, but if they are gone, I'd go DE/LB. We may get another Center later...
I consider it a fluke, not the start of a trend; but imagine being a Bears fan today? Rodgers wants out, and you get a QB steal in the draft.
They can have Mac Jones, he is the most likely to be average out of this QB class. Good to see the Bears get Justin Fields, his upside is fairly...
Not that hard to get good production from a RB drafted in the second or third round. I'd like Javonte Williams at #36 though, then a Center at #50.
If the defense was the same as 2020, the team would be fine. Getting the offense up to good from poor-average is the easiest way to improve the...
Yeah, might as well if he drops all the way to 18. At least one or two of the WR corp will be injured based on history during any given season.
The plan to have a completely injury prone WR corp is complete.
To be fair, if he can stay healthy for most of a season, he is a weapon.