offseason should go something similar to this............
restructure Patterson to 2.25 million
cut Dan Carpenter - 2 million
TAG Randy Starks- 8.3 million
Pat Devlin 1 year 700K
Anthony Fasano 2 year 5 million
Chris Clemons 3 year 9 million
Tony McDaniel 2 year 3 million
Austin Spitler 1 year 900k
Tyron Culver 1 year 800k
WR Mike Wallace 5 year 60 million
WR Greg Jennings 3 year 30 million
CB Brent Grimes 1 year 4 million
1. LT Lane Johnson Oklahoma
2. DE Sam Montgomery LSU
2. WR Ryan Swope Texas A&M
3. G Brian Winters Kent State
3. LB Chase Thomas Stanford
4. RB Mike Gillislee Florida
5. FB Kyle Juszczyk Harvard
COMP PICK K Dustin Hopkins FSU
7. TE Michael Williams Alabama
7. WR Marcus Davis Virginia Tech
QB Tannehill- Devlin
RB Miller- Gillislee- Thomas
WR Jennings- Wallace- Swope- Bess- Binns- Matthews
TE Fasano- Clay- Egnew- Williams
Utility OL Jerry
LE Odrick OR Montgomery
DT Starks- Randall
NT Solaia- McDaniel
RE Wake- Vernon
SLB Thomas OR Misi
MLB Dansby- Spitler
WLB Burnett- Kaddu
CB Grimes- Marshall- Patteson- Carroll- Wilson
FS Clemons- Culver
SS Jones- Culver
I like it but where's youre tight end help? Need better than 7th round.
I WANT us to take Eifert at #12 but I don't think we will, and other than Ertz Escobar and Kelce there isn't any TE's I like more than Clay.. Fasano is already coming back so kinda hard to determine what do their, I struggled with this pick but I think they want to give Egnew a chance. Jermichael Finley only had 6 catches as a rookie. I wanna see if Egnew can become a role player for us, everyone is ready to label him a bust but most TE's do not have position coaches in college, and he is transitioning from a Y slot receiver in a spread offense to an Inline Y. Not ready to give up on him yet, although I want Eifert at #12 just don't see it happening unfortunately.
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You may well be right on Egnew. I sorta forgot about him. People forget how fast he actually tested in the forty, saw an Ireland interview where he said Egnew is a 4.6 guy in the forty?? Lately he's been labelled as if he's a bust by the media, perhaps unfairly/prematurely. I really like Eifert only in the draft, but 12 is too high for him, maybe they trade back. I hate trading back but this year I can kind of see the case for it even though I wouldnt like it as I agree with Mike Mayock, players form 5th pick to 25th almost exactly the same value in this draft. Would be nice to have a Patriots-type situation with two dangerous TE's who can both do everything and scare people. Of the last 4 teams of the season, all four had at least one very good TE so I hope something emerges for Tannehill besides simply Fasano, whose good/serviceable, but not dangerous.
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some footage of Egnew's receptions
Life is what we make it.
I like it but I think we need to draft one or even two CB's. Brent Grimes is not enough.
Your plan would work well though if McCann or Nolan Carroll steps up. Nolan looked good early on and then he started to get a lot of penalties. I think there still me be a future with him. Carroll, Grimes, Marshall in the slot, and a drafted CB would be great.
Our TE's don't scare me either - I don't know if I would count on Egnew stepping up - I hope he was embarrassed this year and comes out as the 2013 Most Improved Player though.
WR wise - I like your Wallace, Jennings, Swope, Matthews, Bess, and Binns depth chart. The first 4 guys listed here are beasts - with specific skill sets that will allow them to get into the endzone.
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I just think it's important we don't give up on a TE with all the measurables after one season... just wanted to show stats off of a few rookie tight ends...... Jermichael Finley 6 catches 1 TD, Jared Cook 9 catches 0 TDS, Brent Celek 16 catches 1 TD, TONY GONZALEZ 33 catches 2 TDs, Jason Witten 35 catches 1 td....... point is not every TE is GRONK or GRAHAM, most take time to develop so don't give up on a 3rd round pick after a "redshirt" year........
Eifert is a WAY better prospect than Egnew, but their measureables are almost identical.