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vincentvega
04-27-2007, 03:09 AM
we shouldn't put all our eggs in one basket, if the dolphins dont pick brady quinn we cans till have a hell of a draft. kolb,beck,edwards, and stanton provide a much better alternative than trading up for quinn who could potentially be a bust. we need to address left tackle and qb with our first 2 picks and then wr and d-line with our next two. i think this would be a solid draft if the fins followed a format similar to this one

Skeet84
04-27-2007, 03:14 AM
Your gunna catch alot of heat for this post

gofishn
04-27-2007, 04:18 AM
Well, they are all "potential busts" and I wouldn't want any of those other guys over Quinn. I do believe that a guy like Beck has the potential to start in this league, and I wouldn't mind having him.

juicifer1269
04-27-2007, 04:43 AM
The only problem I have with Beck is that he is 26 already

Kdawg954
04-27-2007, 06:25 AM
The only problem I have with Beck is that he is 26 already

Yea that is the scary thing w/ him, its like u can't even develop him like u want to . . . if he sits 2 year . . . he is 28. But w/ our QB situation . . . we may be better served taking a guy who can compete to start right away . . . and along w/ Quinn . . . he may be the best bet.

JC
04-27-2007, 06:40 AM
hes right with them learning from trent green its not that far fetched. i like beck, edwards and stanton but idk who to choose?

ottie35
04-27-2007, 07:25 AM
i personally like stanton just as much. Lets take Brown first ,then stanton and rice in the second round.

Geforce
04-27-2007, 08:45 AM
The only problem I have with Beck is that he is 26 already

He's 25 now but will be 26 before the regular season starts.

Roger Staubach was a 27 year old rookie when he joined the Dallas Cowboys in 1969 and didn't win the starting QB job until 1971.

Captain Lou
04-27-2007, 08:52 AM
we shouldn't put all our eggs in one basket, if the dolphins dont pick brady quinn we cans till have a hell of a draft. kolb,beck,edwards, and stanton provide a much better alternative than trading up for quinn who could potentially be a bust. we need to address left tackle and qb with our first 2 picks and then wr and d-line with our next two. i think this would be a solid draft if the fins followed a format similar to this one


Don't worry ! The Dolphins aren't trading away picks to move up in the draft to take Quinn. We are not one player away. We've got a lot of holes to fill. I think there is too much depth in this draft to give so much away for one guy. I'd like to see us go.

1. Levi Brown
2. Cam's choice at Qb
2b. USC Center (cant think of his name)

BSQX4
04-27-2007, 08:57 AM
Lou, I agree with you. Isn't his name something like Khalil?

Geforce
04-27-2007, 08:58 AM
Don't worry ! The Dolphins are trading away pick to move up in the draft to take Quinn. We are not one player away. We've got a lot of holes to fill. I think there is too much depth in this draft to give so much away for one guy. I'd like to see us go.

1. Levi Brown
2. Cam's choice at Qb
2b. USC Center (cant think of his name)

Ryan Kalil. I highly doubt he'll fall to #71 but if he did, he could be the steal of the first day.

NorFlaFin
04-27-2007, 09:15 AM
He's 25 now but will be 26 before the regular season starts.

Roger Staubach was a 27 year old rookie when he joined the Dallas Cowboys in 1969 and didn't win the starting QB job until 1971.


Yeah you're right that Staubach dude.....huge bust:wink:

DolfanTom
04-27-2007, 09:18 AM
we shouldn't put all our eggs in one basket, if the dolphins dont pick brady quinn we cans till have a hell of a draft. kolb,beck,edwards, and stanton provide a much better alternative than trading up for quinn who could potentially be a bust. we need to address left tackle and qb with our first 2 picks and then wr and d-line with our next two. i think this would be a solid draft if the fins followed a format similar to this oneI respectfully disagree!!

Get Brady at all costs!! It's a match made in heaven. Perfect match, through and through! He loves our coach, our coach loves him! He's got everything you want in a QB:

-Talent
-Smart
-Freakish work ethic
-Desire to win
-Most of all, enjoys the game

No way he is a bust, and the teams that don't draft him when they have the chance will regret it!! Sure, we'll still end up w/ a young QB w/ some talent in later rounds if we don't take Quinn, but I think Quinn is just that much better!!

DolfanTom
04-27-2007, 09:21 AM
Don't worry ! The Dolphins aren't trading away picks to move up in the draft to take Quinn. We are not one player away. We've got a lot of holes to fill. I think there is too much depth in this draft to give so much away for one guy. I'd like to see us go.

1. Levi Brown
2. Cam's choice at Qb
2b. USC Center (cant think of his name)I would agree w/ this to a point, but the thing is - I don't think RandyCam are looking to fix everything in one offseason. They are trying to build for not just this year, but for years to come. They are trying to build a successful franchise that competes every year. And if you can get a special player like Quinn to lead the way, you do it, even if it means you lose a pick or two later in this draft.

NPG
04-27-2007, 09:24 AM
You heard it here first. I'm not saying this is a good thing, but here is how the draft may very well pan out. Trent Green is not the key, it's Randy Moss. He's going to be traded to the Packers for a third round pick. Oakland will draft and keep the greatest draft prospect ever, screwing the Lions who desperatley want to trade down. Nobody will trade up for anyone other than Calvin. The Lions are forced to take the guy they want a few pciks later and take Adams. Cleveland at 3 is torn between Thomas and Quinn. Crennell knows he needs to show improvement now and leans on Cleveland to pick Thomas. Tampa Bay is also screwed (they want Thomas or Calvin) but can't trade down either. They take Laron Landry. Adrian Peterson goes to Arizona as they salivate over the future of Leinart, Boldin, Fitz and Peterson for the next 5 years. Washington proabably trades with Chicago for Briggs and Chi takes Alan Branch/Okoye since Tank is about to get suspended an/or released. The Vikings can't hold back and take Quinn. The Falcons take Levi Brown and guess who's left for Miami. You heard it here first.

DO YOU LOVE OR HATE RUSSELL???

Captain Lou
04-27-2007, 09:26 AM
I would agree w/ this to a point, but the thing is - I don't think RandyCam are looking to fix everything in one offseason. They are trying to build for not just this year, but for years to come. They are trying to build a successful franchise that competes every year. And if you can get a special player like Quinn to lead the way, you do it, even if it means you lose a pick or two later in this draft.


I don't think he's a special player. Besides somebody's got to block for him, and catch the ball too.

DolfanTom
04-27-2007, 09:28 AM
I don't think he's a special player. Besides somebody's got to block for him, and catch the ball too.I agree, outside of him not being special.

So we spend the rest of this draft trying to find people to block and catch for him. And next year too. Rome wasn't built in a day. I hope people here aren't thinking this draft is all of a sudden going to make us Super Bowl contenders? Sure, I think we could win 10 games on the high end w/ our defense, but I'm looking towards '08 and beyond w/ this draft. It all starts w/ the QB! Then, try to get as many studs on the line as possible.

Captain Lou
04-27-2007, 09:33 AM
You heard it here first. I'm not saying this is a good thing, but here is how the draft may very well pan out. Trent Green is not the key, it's Randy Moss. He's going to be traded to the Packers for a third round pick. Oakland will draft and keep the greatest draft prospect ever, screwing the Lions who desperatley want to trade down. Nobody will trade up for anyone other than Calvin. The Lions are forced to take the guy they want a few pciks later and take Adams. Cleveland at 3 is torn between Thomas and Quinn. Crennell knows he needs to show improvement now and leans on Cleveland to pick Thomas. Tampa Bay is also screwed (they want Thomas or Calvin) but can't trade down either. They take Laron Landry. Adrian Peterson goes to Arizona as they salivate over the future of Leinart, Boldin, Fitz and Peterson for the next 5 years. Washington proabably trades with Chicago for Briggs and Chi takes Alan Branch/Okoye since Tank is about to get suspended an/or released. The Vikings can't hold back and take Quinn. The Falcons take Levi Brown and guess who's left for Miami. You heard it here first.

DO YOU LOVE OR HATE RUSSELL???

If Russell is there we'll trade out. I dont want Quinn, but I'd take him. I really dont want Russell.

Motion
04-27-2007, 09:37 AM
brady quinn isnt the only answer at qb

And the most obvious thread title of the day goes too..........

Of course he's not but he is one of the best options.

phishfan4life
04-27-2007, 09:44 AM
Don't worry ! The Dolphins aren't trading away picks to move up in the draft to take Quinn. We are not one player away. We've got a lot of holes to fill. I think there is too much depth in this draft to give so much away for one guy. I'd like to see us go.

1. Levi Brown
2. Cam's choice at Qb
2b. USC Center (cant think of his name)

Yes, the USC center's name is Ryan Khalil, and unfortunately, I think he'll be gone before our 2nd - 2nd round pick.

tay0365
04-27-2007, 10:45 AM
I don't think he's a special player. Besides somebody's got to block for him, and catch the ball too.

You are absolutly right, Brady is not the only answer at QB in this draft, but he very well may be the best one for us, and he may also be the most ready to take over.

emocomputerjock
04-27-2007, 10:57 AM
Quick question - what happens if Kolb, Edwards, Beck, Stanton and so on turn out to be busts? Quinn does represent the best chance for us to land a franchise QB. The odds are more in favor of Quinn becoming a success than nearly anyone else.

DolfanTom
04-27-2007, 12:03 PM
Quick question - what happens if Kolb, Edwards, Beck, Stanton and so on turn out to be busts? Quinn does represent the best chance for us to land a franchise QB. The odds are more in favor of Quinn becoming a success than nearly anyone else.I think you represented my point far better than I ever could!!