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#1dolphinsfan
11-09-2009, 08:22 PM
Round 1: Dez Bryant WR/ or Arrelious Benn WR: we really need some help at the WR spot and hopefully on one of these guys are still on the draft board when we pick. Honestly if we donít pick anyone up in the first two rounds of the draft we are going to be in the same position next year at we are this year but that is JMO.


Round 2: Micah Johnson ILB/ or Brandon Spikes ILB: I have been hearing a lot of rumors that Spikes could fall to the second round after what he has done this season but if he doesnít Micah Johnson would be a great pick up to put on the other side of Crowder lets be honest I really donít like Channing Crowder but with out him on the defensive side of the ball we really struggle to stop the run.


Round 3: Demaryius Thomas WR/ or Eric Decker WR: yes another WR we donít just need 1 WR we need at least 2 in this years draft and both are pretty big WRs with good hands witch might be a change witch is different then what we have been seeing this year we have two Rookie CBs that we found both going to be really good and both are very young to get two very young and very talented WRs we could be a up and coming team we already have a good QB and RB and FB and some good Oline players we still need to find a RG IMO but Donald Thomas is good for now IMO we are just a couple pieces away from being true competitors for the super bowl.


Round 4: Aaron Hernandez TE/ or Chad Jones SS: Honestly we need to find someone to bring in I would love to bring in Owen Daniels but IMO he isnít going to get away from Houston so Hernandez might be our best option. Chad Jones if still available could possibly be a replacement for Y. Bell when he decides to retire.

FinaticalOne
11-09-2009, 09:16 PM
I don't like the Decker pick. Don't get me wrong, he's a decent WR but he does nothing after he catches the ball. Me personally, I like WRs who are dangerous after the catch; we already have plenty of WR who are possession type WRs.

Also, there is no way Brandon Spikes drops into the second round. All 32 teams will not pass on the "eye gouger", someone will "take a chance" (if you want to call it that) on him in the first round. This kid makes plays, and after he interviews at the combines, all will be forgotten.

miami71
11-09-2009, 09:49 PM
McClain please! No Spikes! Spikes= Crowder Which sucks!

mmikel30
11-09-2009, 10:37 PM
don't like it

MP-Omnis
11-09-2009, 10:48 PM
That font makes me want to stab myself in the neck. Seriously, dude, I can't take you seriously with that mess.

BobDole
11-10-2009, 12:05 AM
if i had to pick b/n the two guys every time it's benn, spikes, thomas, and hernandez. benn has a better chance of dropping into the second round than spikes does. everyone keeps saying spikes might drop b/c of what happened with maualuga last year. what they fail to remember is how insanely loaded the LB position was last year - and how it's not this year. spikes will go b/n 10 and 15, no doubt.

not too bad IMO. could be better - could be worse - just like all the rest.

Ricky4Life
11-10-2009, 12:14 AM
I would actually like to get Micah personally but the rest of the draft I am not diggin on.

FinsFanatic777
11-10-2009, 12:24 AM
I'd go with Rolando McClain or Dez Bryant. But Parcells being Parcells, we will take McClain if he's there and hopefully wait for one of the receivers (Arrelius Benn) to drop.

#1dolphinsfan
11-10-2009, 01:09 AM
I'd go with Rolando McClain or Dez Bryant. But Parcells being Parcells, we will take McClain if he's there and hopefully wait for one of the receivers (Arrelius Benn) to drop.
i would rather have McClain to but i honstly dont think he is going be there when we pick

ADavieDolphin
11-10-2009, 03:04 AM
I actually like this draft alot, I'm not sold on Bryant or Benn, but if we draft either in the first round, i know there is potenial for both to be very good.
Spikes wont fall that far, so Micah is a great choice, I also really like Greg Jones at MichSt. Personally I want this position solved with McClain in the first round..
I like the idea of having another 3rd round WR, demarius has alot of talent and great size, but he doesn't catch alot of balls in GT's offense, so i can't really give him a grade. Decker is solid, but I don't think we need anymore white recievers.. ultra productive in college, he doesn't seem to drop much, is very tough, but how is that injury history?

4th round, look for a TE.. I doubt we pick up a S early in the draft.. I'm ready for Clemons and Culver to start already :/

#1dolphinsfan
11-10-2009, 03:13 AM
I actually like this draft alot, I'm not sold on Bryant or Benn, but if we draft either in the first round, i know there is potenial for both to be very good.
Spikes wont fall that far, so Micah is a great choice, I also really like Greg Jones at MichSt. Personally I want this position solved with McClain in the first round..
I like the idea of having another 3rd round WR, demarius has alot of talent and great size, but he doesn't catch alot of balls in GT's offense, so i can't really give him a grade. Decker is solid, but I don't think we need anymore white recievers.. ultra productive in college, he doesn't seem to drop much, is very tough, but how is that injury history?

4th round, look for a TE.. I doubt we pick up a S early in the draft.. I'm ready for Clemons and Culver to start already :/
i wouldnt mind seeing them start eather but they both play the same spot

ADavieDolphin
11-10-2009, 03:31 AM
i wouldnt mind seeing them start eather but they both play the same spot

no they dont, Culver plays SS, Clemons is FS...

#1dolphinsfan
11-10-2009, 03:36 AM
no they dont, Culver plays SS, Clemons is FS...
i am pretty sure they are both FS they are both 6-1 210 thats a pretty small SS

BobDole
11-10-2009, 03:41 AM
the depth charts are all screwy b/c of where we have guys playing and who we have backing them up. in reality both wilson and bell are SS and both clemons and culver are FS. just going by their strengths/what they do best.

#1dolphinsfan
11-10-2009, 03:42 AM
the depth charts are all screwy b/c of where we have guys playing and who we have backing them up. in reality both wilson and bell are SS and both clemons and culver are FS. just going by their strengths/what they do best.
yep i agree

RealDriscoll
11-10-2009, 09:49 AM
Brandon Spikes is not Channing Crowder and has 1st Rounder written all over him

Oraclepz
11-10-2009, 10:33 AM
I don't like the Decker pick. Don't get me wrong, he's a decent WR but he does nothing after he catches the ball. Me personally, I like WRs who are dangerous after the catch; we already have plenty of WR who are possession type WRs.

Also, there is no way Brandon Spikes drops into the second round. All 32 teams will not pass on the "eye gouger", someone will "take a chance" (if you want to call it that) on him in the first round. This kid makes plays, and after he interviews at the combines, all will be forgotten.

At least he catches the ball. Which would be an upgrade over our current WRs. I actually like Decker, he is not afraid to get hit.

DaytonaDolFan13
11-10-2009, 10:43 AM
Nt Terrence Cody
Wr Golden Tate
S Myron Rolle
De/olb George Selvie

greasyObnoxious
11-10-2009, 12:06 PM
i am pretty sure they are both FS they are both 6-1 210 thats a pretty small SS

Bell and Wilson are both 205 and prior to this year they've been playing pretty well at SS.

MP-Omnis
11-10-2009, 02:14 PM
Thank for the change! Whew!

Anyway, I think we should only get Benn/Bryant if McClain is unavailable. If he is, we have to take McClain and then try for Benn/Bryant in the 2nd round, or trade up if we have to.

We still need a good FA veteran. From whom would Benn/Bryant learn otherwise? Ginn? No thanks. Most likely Cam, but still... can't hurt to have a better core.

If there is an ILB in this draft that turns out to be the next Ray Lewis/Pat Willis, there is absolutely no way we can pass up on that. To me, that's more important than signing the next Rice/Moss.

#1dolphinsfan
11-10-2009, 03:12 PM
Thank for the change! Whew!

Anyway, I think we should only get Benn/Bryant if McClain is unavailable. If he is, we have to take McClain and then try for Benn/Bryant in the 2nd round, or trade up if we have to.

We still need a good FA veteran. From whom would Benn/Bryant learn otherwise? Ginn? No thanks. Most likely Cam, but still... can't hurt to have a better core.

If there is an ILB in this draft that turns out to be the next Ray Lewis/Pat Willis, there is absolutely no way we can pass up on that. To me, that's more important than signing the next Rice/Moss.
i agree 100% if McClain is still on the board when we pick and we dont draft him i would be very upset with the FO McClain is going to be a stud in the NFL for many many years but the reason i didnt have him as our first round pick is because i dont think he is going to fall to us in the first round unless we just competly tank the rest of the season and have a top 5 draft pick

MP-Omnis
11-10-2009, 03:19 PM
But if we had a top 5 pick, I'd probably be higher on getting Berry.

FinaticalOne
11-14-2009, 10:31 AM
At least he catches the ball. Which would be an upgrade over our current WRs. I actually like Decker, he is not afraid to get hit.

Yeah, Decker has no fear, that is for sure.

But we have WR who can catch the ball, Bess, Hartline, & Camarillo are all pretty good possession type WRs. We have enough guys who can catch the ball, we need one WR who is a threat after he catches the ball. That is the type of WR who will back the safeties out of the box.

NAPPS
11-14-2009, 12:06 PM
I actually like this draft alot, I'm not sold on Bryant or Benn, but if we draft either in the first round, i know there is potenial for both to be very good.
Spikes wont fall that far, so Micah is a great choice, I also really like Greg Jones at MichSt. Personally I want this position solved with McClain in the first round..
I like the idea of having another 3rd round WR, demarius has alot of talent and great size, but he doesn't catch alot of balls in GT's offense, so i can't really give him a grade. Decker is solid, but I don't think we need anymore white recievers.. ultra productive in college, he doesn't seem to drop much, is very tough, but how is that injury history?

4th round, look for a TE.. I doubt we pick up a S early in the draft.. I'm ready for Clemons and Culver to start already :/


Why does it matter if they are white?

MP-Omnis
11-15-2009, 03:55 AM
Why does it matter if they are white?

Because chicken and watermelon is cheap? That's pretty racist.

hooshoops
11-15-2009, 08:44 AM
Brandon Spikes is not Channing Crowder and has 1st Rounder written all over him

he'll be a better player than channing crowder but that's not saying much is it???

i hope like hell we steer clear of him...mcclain is exactly what we need.

hooshoops
11-15-2009, 08:45 AM
decker is the perfect nfl #2 wr...great body great hands move the chains type of guy...

gonna be a good pro

houtz
11-16-2009, 12:28 AM
I'm fine with McClain in the first round I just want a WR on the first day. There isn't a reason in the world we don't get a WR like Benn/Tate/Lafell in the 2nd.

FearTheBeard
11-16-2009, 03:43 AM
Love the Micah Johnson pick