View Full Version : ESPN: On The Clock; Dolphins

04-11-2007, 07:07 PM
Today is the Miami Dolphins turn for their On the Clock series. The have us taking Levi Brown :(.

Thank god the rest of this thing has been pretty crappy so I don't take this to heart :lol:

Anyway, here's the link for anyone who wants to see the big writeup they have on us:

The Nick Saban era is over in Miami. The Dolphins are probably in worse shape now than when he arrived. The root of their personnel problems starts at quarterback, but new head coach Cam Cameron is inheriting a roster that has plenty of holes. Defensive player of the year Jason Taylor (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?statsId=3968) is a superstar and the defense has potential with some additional help, but Miami's passing game is very worrisome, as is its offensive line. Cameron is going to have his hands full in his first year.........


SCLSU Mud Dogs
04-11-2007, 07:13 PM
kiper said we would take okoye then gonzalez out of ohio state and then try to find a diamond in the rough at OL in the later rounds and they think if Daunte is healthy that its his job to lose

04-11-2007, 07:32 PM
Okoye doesn't make all that much sense for us unfortunately. I wish we were running a cover 2 as this pick would be decided.

04-11-2007, 07:39 PM
i think it was mortenson who also said that he expects ricky williams to be back on the dolphins and that when he comes back with ronnie the dolphins will have to be a run-first team to take some pressure off of the QB (whoever that may be). Also they were discussing how Culpepper (if he comes back healthy and if he is the dolphins starting QB) will have to change his game because he no longer will be the running QB he once was.

04-11-2007, 07:55 PM
i wouldnt mind the brown pick even though its not the sexy pick.....this draft has a ton of depth in oline and WR....my pick is ginn cause he'll fill 3 holes immediately but i rather us trade down and then get him...at 9 he may be a reach