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Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Galant, Apr 30, 2021.
I really like this pick! Good get. Let’s blow people off the line of scrimmage and keep Tua clean.
This guy is AWESOME!!!!! HELL YES!!!! Our O Line is going to be badass!
Not a bad player, but not worth the trade up
I think this was our best pick of the draft. Plug-and-play - I have absolutely no worries about this pick panning out.
Completely agree. This is the first pick I’m happy about
I agree this is a great pickup IMHO a BIG NASTY Lineman. The thing with him is he's a better run blocker than a passing Blocker. So maybe we need to get a running back STAT to complement him and the Receivers. I have a feeling were going to grab one off the wavier wire after the draft.
They coached Carter at the Senior Bowl so maybe they like him at 81
I don't agree. Were now in the talent vs reach categories. He was a SOLID stud played hurt ALWAYS, ROAD GRADER, and NASTY we need more of this on the Oline. Were going to have a GOOD NASTY line in a year or two.
He's a tough, workman like dude. You just know that he is gonna be a tone-setter!
I just want a 300+ LB Running back who will move the pile for short run situations lol....Keep them chains moving!!!
If he's a day one starter does that change your opinion?
I'm 100% he starts week 1.
bunch of nobodies on the internet love him, so i'm scared now.
Starting on a bad team does not make a successful pick. If he starts and performs above average then yes, it will make him worth it.
didn't know he played Football... He should definitely bolster up our line.
I’m not intending to take a jab at you hit, but it seems to me you’ve been a Debbie downer about EVERY pick we’ve made. I don’t believe I’ve read a single positive thing from you about any of our draft picks.
This was a solid pick- big, mean lineman who plays aggressive. Completely fits our mold and should start day-one.
I'm not doing with this with you. Spin it any way you wish. Have fun. Enjoy life!
Is he 40?
This pick was awesome. See a day 1 starter and future OL anchor. It also makes me feel loads better about taking a WR at #6 with Sewell still on the board (based on value alone).
I’m nervous about our OL going into next season and I’m excited to see us add an offensive skill weapon, a defensive edge rusher, AND still shore up the OL.
I love this pick! Looks like he will be a day one starter. The only question is what position will he play.
Watch from 1:54:04 -
yeah…considering a T run was just about to start, Miami sensed it and took off
I think this guy could pan out to be a really nice stable part of the OL for years. Bit of work to do with him, but he seems to have a good foundation to build upon. Never gave up a sack either? Can't complain about that even if ND doesn't always play the toughest competition. Trading up kind of hurts, but it looked like we may have had no choice if he was certainly the guy they were targeting.
Jackson, Kindley, Hunt, Eichenberg, Fluker, Davis, Skura... We've got some good pieces there that should give us a stable OL and allow Tua time to make use of Parker, Fuller, Waddle, Gesicki, Long and others.
Said it in another thread & will repeat here, to me the bulk of this offseason was in helping the offense and Tua in particular. New weapons at WR/TE, new tools on the OL. Would have liked to see another addition at RB, but it is what it is now.