Given the decertification of the union and subsequent lockout by the NFL, my thread is a question I would like to see the thoughts from our many smart posters on their opinion of how it will affect the Phins. It gives us two drafts to get ready for 2012, no free agency to use for filling in holes? Could not playing a 2011 season help this team in any way? Will it hurt us? More than other teams? With all the holes we have to fill, does having two drafts without a season help us or hurt us? On the one hand we obtain almost twice the players before we play our next season, on the other hand the players we select and those we already have under contract all will be "out of football" for an entire year. This has to be a bad thing IMHO. It most certainly cannot be helpful to installing Daboll's new offensive system, no? I felt like being in their second season under Nolan's defensive schemes would help our defense, does that go away? Our big need at QB, is the QB class better in 2012 than this draft? I assume if no season is played, all the teams would pick in the same position next year (2012) that we do this draft? In the 2012 draft are there any speedster WR's, Polomaulu type strong safety's, superior ILB's or other positions that are stronger in 2012 than this year that would help us in the 2012 season? I figure with the pending lockout, this might be a subject folks would be interested in voicing some opinions on. I most certainly would enjoy reading those pinions. Flame on.