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PhinFan0202
05-19-2006, 11:25 AM
In the unlikely even that he falls to us next year do we take him? Saban actually sent his recruiting team to go watch him play which says alot about how interested they were in him. I like Dante and all but i think Brady Quinn is going to be a good QB. Plays in a pro-style offense under an offensive genuis which is something that is really appealing.

dominizzo
05-19-2006, 11:44 AM
I doubt he falls that far!!

Motion
05-19-2006, 01:01 PM
No way, he's pretty much a lock for top 3 pick. And we'll be picking last. :wink:

Geforce
05-19-2006, 03:43 PM
In the unlikely even that he falls to us next year do we take him? Saban actually sent his recruiting team to go watch him play which says alot about how interested they were in him. I like Dante and all but i think Brady Quinn is going to be a good QB. Plays in a pro-style offense under an offensive genuis which is something that is really appealing.

The only way I can see us drafting a QB in the first round next year is 1: Daunte's knee takes a turn for the worse. 2: Daunte shows that last year wasn't a fluke. 3: Joey looks as bad for the Dolphins as he did for the Lions. 4: Nick Saban has lost his MIND.:goof:

DonShula84
05-19-2006, 03:47 PM
I doubt we have a chance at him

Vertical Limit
05-20-2006, 10:49 PM
No way, he's pretty much a lock for top 3 pick. And we'll be picking last. :wink:
Don't get your hopes up too high on this team. High expectations can become huge disappointments in a matter of seconds.

Me being a non-homer fan beleives we still need a year or two to consider ourselves a Division winning team. With all the new additions, and our ageing defensive stars, it will take a while to mold together.

bullseyeguy
05-21-2006, 03:55 AM
Don't get your hopes up too high on this team. High expectations can become huge disappointments in a matter of seconds.

Me being a non-homer fan beleives we still need a year or two to consider ourselves a Division winning team. With all the new additions, and our ageing defensive stars, it will take a while to mold together.Worse case scenario, we are middle of the pack again..There is still no chance we get Quinn in the teens, Im sure there will be more than a few teams interested in moving up to get him, and hes definitely going top 5...

Mike13
05-22-2006, 07:28 PM
There's no chance in hell he falls to us.

BlueFin
05-22-2006, 07:44 PM
In the unlikely even that he falls to us next year do we take him? Saban actually sent his recruiting team to go watch him play which says alot about how interested they were in him. I like Dante and all but i think Brady Quinn is going to be a good QB. Plays in a pro-style offense under an offensive genuis which is something that is really appealing.

You can't be serious? And if you are...............:sidelol:

Vertical Limit
05-22-2006, 07:56 PM
Worse case scenario, we are middle of the pack again..There is still no chance we get Quinn in the teens, Im sure there will be more than a few teams interested in moving up to get him, and hes definitely going top 5...
Actually, worse case scenario would be Miami facing alot of injuries from the start of the season and we grab the #1 pick overall.

Would you grab Brady Quinn then?

I know I would.

Kdawg954
05-23-2006, 11:10 PM
Actually, worse case scenario would be Miami facing alot of injuries from the start of the season and we grab the #1 pick overall.

Would you grab Brady Quinn then?

I know I would.

Man there are too many if's for that to happen, just not possible for me to even think like that, I know we wont pick first. Better chance for him to slip than for us to pick first.

TotoreMexico
05-23-2006, 11:17 PM
In the unlikely even that he falls to us next year do we take him? Saban actually sent his recruiting team to go watch him play which says alot about how interested they were in him. I like Dante and all but i think Brady Quinn is going to be a good QB. Plays in a pro-style offense under an offensive genuis which is something that is really appealing.

I doubt he falls to #32:D

Phins28
05-24-2006, 01:17 AM
In the unlikely even that he falls to us next year do we take him? Saban actually sent his recruiting team to go watch him play which says alot about how interested they were in him. I like Dante and all but i think Brady Quinn is going to be a good QB. Plays in a pro-style offense under an offensive genuis which is something that is really appealing.

The only shot at Quinn its if we trade Travares Tillman to the Lions for their #1 pick :lol:. I hope LaRon Landry drops to 32.

Vick16
05-25-2006, 09:41 AM
No way, he's pretty much a lock for top 3 pick. And we'll be picking last. :wink:



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tampafinfan9201
05-25-2006, 10:37 AM
is he even that great, look how many other players charlie weis has made good(Tom Brady) and the only reason maurice stovall was drafted by the bucs was because of weis, i think quinn might just be a product of his system

bullseyeguy
05-25-2006, 04:23 PM
is he even that great, look how many other players charlie weis has made good(Tom Brady) and the only reason maurice stovall was drafted by the bucs was because of weis, i think quinn might just be a product of his systemAre you suggesting that Tom Brady is a product of a system?

tampafinfan9201
05-25-2006, 05:18 PM
its just that brady quinn wasnt putting the same numbers up before weis.
he has potential but can he be successful without weis
its just my opinion and i could be wrong

ganooch
05-26-2006, 10:49 AM
brady Quinn will be QB'ing the New York Jets!!!!!!!

Alex44
05-26-2006, 10:51 AM
Unless Quinn or Miami has a disaster season I doubt it

and

Even if we had the pick I would say trade it...we dont need a QB

NorFlaFin
05-26-2006, 01:25 PM
I'm keeping an eye on Jordan Palmer