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DeFINSeWins
04-19-2007, 02:31 PM
1) 9
2) 40
2) 60
3) 71
4) 108
6) 181
6) 199
7) 219
7) 225
7) 238

Those are our draft picks. Now hear me out. If we spend ONE of our first 3 picks on an olineman and then select 2 olineman on day two i think our oline will be fine for the upcoming year. We only have 2 spots open and our first day pick will immediately start and than toledo and later draft picks will fight out the remaining oline spot. So your oline will be somewhat solidified by using the 60th, 108th, and 219th selections in the draft.

That addresses the oline. We still have the 9th, 40th, and 71st selections on day one. You can be sure these 3 selections will adress QB, WR, and a defensive position.

Possible scenarios:
quinn, anthony gonzalez, fred bennet
willis, trent edwards, jason hill
ted ginn, merriweather, Drew stanton
landry, dwayne jarret, kevin kolb

Any of these scenarios i would be happy with. In all of these, we add a talented WR, a playmaking defender, and hopefully our future developmental quarterback. We also add young talent to the oline that Hudson Huock can work with. My ideal draft would be to draft willis/landry first round because both of these guys will be playmaking probowlers. I'm looking down the road not at this season when saying willis would be the smartest selection in years...Mueller drafted deuce mcallister when he had ricky williams so drafting willis when he has a very old zach thomas is very very Realistic. Grabbing a solid wr early in round 2 has the potential to turn out to be an anquan boldin. Then we take a solid quarterback and cam starts working on him asap. If we do this our team will get younger, more athletic, and more talented.

Then looking at next years F/A and draft we could adress: C, NT, CB, DE

zonk4ever
04-19-2007, 02:37 PM
So much for our top 2 draft hopefuls...
This whole draft thing is such a crazy time.
I bought the Sporting News Draft magazine at the store for an overpriced 7.95. (magazines are easier to read in the bathroom) and there's our golden boy on the cover: Brady Quinn - biggest risk.
Reading further they grade the Golden Domer as a "3rd round pick" and that Jamarcus Russell & Kevin Kolb are better prospects!
They compare Brady to... you guessed it: Joey Harrington!!!!
Having watched the game film of Quinn they've determined he cannot throw a pass longer than 10 yards with any consistent accuracy! Longer than 10 yards!!!

As far as Levi Brown they have graded out as a 2nd rounder and question his work ethic (can you say... lazy?)

This publication appears to have been compiled prior to the combine or free agency. So they were going strictly by their game film interperetation.

They also scored a bullseye on all the Dolphin's needs so they are pretty competent in their analyses.

PHINBRED
04-19-2007, 02:53 PM
I Like 40 And 71 On The O-line
9 - Quinn'
60 - Best Wr Available

DeFINSeWins
04-19-2007, 02:58 PM
I Like 40 And 71 On The O-line
9 - Quinn'
60 - Best Wr Available


as much as we need to improve our offense, i highly doubt we spend all 4 of our first day picks on offense. We need to get younger in our front 7 on D and add some talent to the secondary.

PHINBRED
04-19-2007, 03:17 PM
as much as we need to improve our offense, i highly doubt we spend all 4 of our first day picks on offense. We need to get younger in our front 7 on D and add some talent to the secondary.

:titanic:
We have alot of youth in our front 7, especially on d-line. Our offense was what crippled this team the last couple of years and needs to be addressed before more depth on defense.

phinfreak
04-19-2007, 04:08 PM
No way Miami takes Quinn at #9.

Mediocre NFL caliber arm, and no threat running out of pocket. Miami selects high value QB in second or even third round.

#1 need is OL at #9 or BPA which could very well be a LB....can you say Willis?

eomdtbtr
04-19-2007, 05:19 PM
Ginn
Nelson
Beck

DeFINSeWins
04-19-2007, 08:43 PM
No way Miami takes Quinn at #9.

Mediocre NFL caliber arm, and no threat running out of pocket. Miami selects high value QB in second or even third round.

#1 need is OL at #9 or BPA which could very well be a LB....can you say Willis?


if quinn is there at 9 we grab him in a heartbeat. dude what are you on? We have NO franchise quarterback and if one falls into our laps i promise you we leap on him immediately. i also have willis as one of our options if you look up there.

you lost all credibility

DeFINSeWins
04-19-2007, 08:45 PM
Ginn
Nelson
Beck

some may think nelson is falling but i promise you he is a first round pick. The pats will not let a talent like that slide past 2 selections. Also, safeties like weddle may slip into the end of the first round. Nelson will go to dallas or new england and if he slips past that the colts will grab him ASAP. i like beck late 2nd

finfan54
04-19-2007, 08:50 PM
If anything on defense we need Safety now that Jason Bust is now at CB.