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Built2Win
07-30-2011, 08:53 PM
Teams like Tampa who just gave a punter a 19 million dollar contract..
How about Washington with The John beck starter experiment?
How about the phins with Moore and henne
though the D wont let that happen..
What about Arizona? Kolb is unproven and the cardinals
clearly are falling off with desperation moves..

How about them Bengals who lost some stripes when palmer decided he doesn't want to play for cinci anymore Mike brown might be one of the most stubborn owners in the nfl, cinci also lost ocho cinco.

I think San fran could be the big sleepers in the sweepstakes
Harbaugh would be thrilled to get luck and the 2 get to stay in cali..

What does the luck sweepstakes mean for the rest of the NFL?
it could mean some teams will make the playoffs that weren't supposed to make it as some of these suck 4 luck teams will lay down especially if they are in contention for getting a top pick and already eliminated from the playoffs.
Unfortunately for the dolphins everybody in the afc east will not be in the luck sweepstakes...

SebasMiamiFan
07-30-2011, 08:54 PM
Anyone who says the Dolphins with a top 5 defense and improving offense should go root for another team.

GABO152
07-30-2011, 08:54 PM
Slow news day..... = /

Adam First
07-30-2011, 08:56 PM
Tampa Bay is a very good young team who just happens to have a lot of money to spend. They won 10 games last year and should get that same amount this year. They paid 19 million dollars to Michael Koenen because the league is telling them to.

The Bengals are set to have a horrifically bad season. Their talent has been decimated this offseason.

DolphinChamps
07-30-2011, 08:57 PM
the dolphins are too good to get the number 1 pick in the draft lol if they are smart they would trade 1st round draft picks with cinci or washington early in the season to increase their chance but suck for luck is officially not happening

traptses
07-30-2011, 08:58 PM
Anyone who says the Dolphins with a top 5 defense and improving offense should go root for another team.

This. I cant stand everyone saying we are gonna be picking top 5. We went 7-9 last year. Since then, we havent lost any notable names, except our old, injury prone RBs. We added a dynamic player in Reggie Bush on offense, upgraded our line by drafting Pouncey, and upgraded our top 5 defense by replacing the weakest link, Crowder.

Miamifinz
07-30-2011, 09:03 PM
At this point, I'm thinking Cincinnati or the Redskins.

armyphin
07-30-2011, 09:05 PM
San Fran, Seattle, Washington, Buffalo, Oakland, Cleveland and Cinci are the likely suspects. The other bad teams have already invested high draft picks on QB's recently.

Tampa Bay wasn't bad last year at all and they have their guy and Arizona just invested a lot of money in Kolb.

Unless Lucks drops down to #15 - 20 where we'll likely be picking, he's not bringing his talents to South Beach.

rickd13
07-30-2011, 09:07 PM
1. Cincinnati 2. Washington 3. San Francisco 4. Carolina 5. Denver 6. Arizona 7.Miami ( I hate to say it, but the division and conference is tough, and I just do not have confidence in the QB situation.)

dreday
07-30-2011, 09:07 PM
da rrrrrrrrrraaaaiduhs!i dont see how they cant be in the running..

NorFlaFin
07-30-2011, 09:27 PM
1. Cincinnati 2. Washington 3. San Francisco 4. Carolina 5. Denver 6. Arizona 7.Miami ( I hate to say it, but the division and conference is tough, and I just do not have confidence in the QB situation.)

'Nati, Carolina, Denver, Arizona, all have young developing QB's

Suck for Luck includes Miami, Deadskins, Seachickens and maybe the Jills.

rickd13
07-31-2011, 09:24 PM
'Nati, Carolina, Denver, Arizona, all have young developing QB's

Suck for Luck includes Miami, Deadskins, Seachickens and maybe the Jills.

I was just listing the teams in order of who I thought would have the worst records. I was not taking need at QB into account. I know that Carolina and , most likely, Arizona wouldn't take a QB, but just about any of those other teams, including Denver and Cincinnati could.