Does anyone else find it strange that that everyone and there mother knows that if Quinn makes it too 6, we will trade up with the redskins to take him? It just seems weird that our draft strategy is so transparent.
True, it does seem very clear, who we want and we are willing to trade up for him, strange...
its not a smokescreen unless miami GM or cam says that is what they are gonna do cuz right now its just espn reporters and fans.
The stupidity of our offseason moves or lack thereof is not lost on our competition. No team has done as poorly at addressing it's Quarterback situation as the Dolphins. Even the Texans that cut Carr and overpaid for Schaub are clear on the direction they want to go.
And so do people who don't vote for me in FH March Madness http://www.dolphinsnation.com/forums...d.php?t=215893
Players I'm looking at for 08 draft: Adarius Bowman, DR Cromartie, Martin Rucker, Bruce Davis, Shannon Tevaga, Tracy Porter, Brian Brohm, Matt Ryan, Chris Long, John Carlson, Chauncey Washington (ex-HS teammate)
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why would it be a smokescreen? makes no sense. WE are just surprised czu we are used to Sabans guessing games he lead everyone to. AT LEAST NOW we have an idea.
Well of course our interest in Quinn is obvious. We haven't had a decent QB since Marino, we haven't drafted an heir to Marino, and every QB we acquired since then has crapped the bed. We have a high pick, a plethora of picks overall, and one of the most talented pro-ready QB's in a while is ripe for the picking.
How are we supposed to act like we're not interested?