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    percy harvin

    i think we need a DB with our 1st round pick but if harvin is available, would u pick him?

    can u imagine an offense with harvin and ginn on the field at the same time. thats 2 guys that if given even the slightest bit of daylight will take it home.
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    No way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by X-Pacolypse View Post
    No way.

    why not?
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    we need size. we already have the speedy WR. and not just size (wilford), size that knows how to use their hands and catch
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    Quote Originally Posted by reese13 View Post
    why not?
    Why not? Because the team already has a speed WR in Ted Ginn Jr. The team has a solid possession WR in Greg Camarillo. We have a slot WR in Davone Bess. We have a tall WR in Brandon London, but his primary job is still Special Teams, and he's had very few opportunities in the passing game. I could see the Dolphins taking a chance on WR Ramses Barden to fill that void.

    Anyways, the only type of WR that the Dolphins lack is the "complete" WR. A guy that's between 6'0-6'3, has good hands, can move the chains, can run down the field, as well as go over the middle. The Dolphins don't have a guy like that. That's why they should draft a guy like Demetrius Byrd, Greg Mathews, D.J. Boldin, Derrick Williams, Brandon Lafell, etc. Percy Harvin is a good WR, but he's a luxury that the Dolphins cannot afford at this time.
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    no thanks we need more then another wr/rb besides we have the do it all back in cobbs...








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    Too little...we already have little...
    "May the acorns rest in peace..."
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    After watching some of the games today, DJ Boldin is really starting to grow on me. Like Brian Robiskie, Boldin has a little bit of an inside track on what it takes to be a receiver in the league. I'm intrigued to see more of him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WelcomeBack View Post
    After watching some of the games today, DJ Boldin is really starting to grow on me. Like Brian Robiskie, Boldin has a little bit of an inside track on what it takes to be a receiver in the league. I'm intrigued to see more of him.
    I love watching D.J. Boldin play! I would love too see him in a Miami uniform.
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    if somehow Harvin fell to the second round and none of the big receivers with talent were available I'd take him. not with our first though, we have more needs.
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