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06-12-2008, 02:34 PM
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they gave Miami a B, I have to agree with that...what do you guys think?
06-12-2008, 04:01 PM
at first i didn't like the fact that we didn't draft a single playmaker ... you gotta love the "trenches first" approach but i think we needed help on the DB positions... The signing of davone bess and jayson foster made me like a little more our offseason because they provide us with two things:
1-ted ginn focusing on the WR position
2- a very good return game
and maybe 3- a great slot receiver in davone bess
i like the final result as of now, we'll see when the pads are on against the jets but our top 4 choices and the two guys I mentionned got me really optimistic
06-12-2008, 04:06 PM
I think we deswerved a B+.
SF Dolphin Fan
06-14-2008, 06:25 PM
Honestly, I think Kansas City and Miami had the best drafts. The B grade isn't bad, but I feel it should be an A-. Think about the analysis too. If Long, Merling and Henne were all first rounders according to NFL Draftcountdown.com then how can the grade be only a B? Time will tell, but we could get 4-5 starters from this group and maybe a couple of pro bowl guys as well. I love the fact that the Dolphins concentrated on both lines. It's the right way to build a team that has virtually nothing talent wise.
06-17-2008, 04:03 AM
KC, Pitt, and Washington possibly could have stolen the entire draft this year, but only time will tell. We had a boring draft (although descent to the staffs philosophy), but that is what bottom dwelling teams need.
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