WARNING: NOT A HAPPY FEEL-GOOD POST HERE. PROBABLY AN OVERREACTION. Ok, so maybe Timmons isn't a 'bum', per se, but he's pretty far from elite at this point and it doesn't seem like he's going to make any material difference in how well our defense plays next year. The guard we got was a 2nd stringer for a Bears team that mostly sucked, though did have a rookie rusher emerge. However, how many of that guy's good games happened when Josh Sitton was at guard and Larsen was on the bench? Nate Allen? Anyone excited about him? What's the plan with this Dolphins team, because winning more than 7 games in 2017 doesn't seem like the goal here? As it stands right now, Miami has only 2 offensive linemen that are 1) starting caliber and 2)likely to play more than 6 games. They have Tunsil and Juwan James and a cadre of freakin bums and cripples. Great F'ng offseason we're having this far. What was the point of paying Stills so much when Tannehill won't have time to find him? WTF are we doing on defense? Resigning Branch at 150% of what he's worth? Singing Old AF DBs who were mid-tier at best? Signing a (used to be)decent linebacker clearly on the decline? This team continues to be a F'n joke. Buying one one of elite guards would've told me that Miami wanted to at least fix ONE of their problems. Right now, they haven't fixed any. Right now, I'd much rather have Brandon Albert than Julius Thomas. I'd rather have last year's team as it stands than the team we have right now. OK, so, that did including signing Stills. How bad does that Leonte Carroo situation look now? What was the point if the plan was to pay Stills? Does the F.O. think they got a 'bargain' on Stills? Maybe they did relative to market value but not really in terms of 'needs vs wants'. We needed to buy TJ Lang, period. We needed an elite guard. We needed a difference maker at that position and now those guys are gone. Get ready for another year of the Ryan Tannehill duck&cover show. Another year of getting 1 on 3rd & 2. You see, offensive line in the NFL is not a plug & play position, unless you're drafting early, which means you're usually reaching and overdrafting and completely ignoring the BPA concept. You're not going to get great O-line play out of a guy in the first year, even if he's pretty talented. What we're going to essentially get now is a 'rookie year' for Laremy Tunsil at Left tackle. And we're going to get rookie years out of the 2 offensive linemen we're likely to draft next month, one of which, statistically speaking, will be a bust. Offensive guard was the ONE position where we needed to overspend. Too late now. We'll be back here a year from now hoping to make 2018 better than the crapshow 2017 was. If the same people are making decisions, 2018 will be a crapshow, too. OK, I vented. Now I hope I'm completely wrong.