With the pro bowl rosters released we can see that the ‘phins traded away Probowl starter left tackle Laremy Tunsil Probowl starter free safety Minkah Fitzpatrick Probowl alternate QB Ryan Tannehill. In return we get: 2 late 1st round picks 1 2021 1st round pick 1 late 2nd round round pick 1 late 4th round pick. Tannehill’s performance is above his Miami levels and it is arguable whether or not it will be sustained going forward. However, Minkah Fitzpatrick and Laremy Tunsil are performing at levels consistent with projections and both are considered to continue playing at this level for sustained periods, barring injury. I know the Tunsil trade involved Kenny Stills and some lower round picks. I am assuming the high pucks and Tunsil were the main value of that trade, and the the Kenny Stills/low round picks were the small change part of the deal. For the record I was not opposed to the Ryan Tannehill trade. After 2 HCs and 3 Offensive systems not working it was reasonable for the Dolphins to cut bait and move on. I think it looks like we’re going to have to do 1974 Steelers level of drafting to make the trades worthwhile.