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Thread: Elvis Dumervil on joining Nolan in Miami "its a possibility"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SR 7 View Post
    Dumerville was HORRENDOUS against the run, dont need JOEY 2.0 if not worse.

    Put wake there and JT, draft a SOLB.
    Like Brandon Graham at 1.12? Yeah, that might be easier/cheaper and more effective.
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    I am 100% for Graham.

    Right now:

    Graham
    Thomas
    McClain
    Bryant
    Spiller
    Williams should be considered for 1.12
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    Quote Originally Posted by SR 7 View Post
    I am 100% for Graham.

    Right now:

    Graham
    Thomas
    McClain
    Bryant
    Spiller
    Williams should be considered for 1.12
    I like all those guys too. I expect that McClain and Dez will be gone.

    Spiller will be considered a luxury b/c I'm afraid they won't trade Ronnie (although I think they should).

    Dan Williams could be the pick b/c I doubt we land one of the premier NTs - (Wilfork, Hampton, Franklin) b/c they'll all be franchised or signed long term - but in the end, I think Tuna goes back to his bread-and-butter and drafts his next great LB in Brandon Graham.
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    I say dan but dont see it bc they don't go NT orund 1, they go NT late round bc a NT in the late round can do what a NT in the ealry RD can, bust for less money, succeed for lses money and what it takes to succeed is to hold double teams consistently.
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    I could see something like...

    Draft

    1.) Brandon Graham OLB
    2.) Demaryius Thomas WR
    3.) Cam Thomas NT
    4.) EJ Edds ILB

    FA

    Karlos Dansby ILB (I think we finally get a prized FA this year)
    Ben Watson TE

    Phins Re-Signed

    Jason Ferguson NT
    Jason Taylor OLB
    Davone Bess WR
    Anthony Fasano TE

    Phins Cut/Traded

    Joey Porter (6th rounder)
    Ted Ginn, Jr. (2011 undisclosed)
    Gibril Wilson (cut)

    Having Ben Watson and Anthony Fasano would give us a buffer if our young WRs (Demaryius, Hartline, Bess) struggled. Basically, Ben Watson could be a "weapon1" if Demaryius doesn't deliver as a WR1.
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    Sheffler over Watson.
    We wont go into the next season without a veteran WR and a veteran FS. MARK MY WORDS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Astrosback View Post
    I could see something like...

    Draft

    1.) Brandon Graham OLB
    2.) Demaryius Thomas WR
    3.) Cam Thomas NT
    4.) EJ Edds ILB

    FA

    Karlos Dansby ILB (I think we finally get a prized FA this year)
    Ben Watson TE

    Phins Re-Signed

    Jason Ferguson NT
    Jason Taylor OLB
    Davone Bess WR
    Anthony Fasano TE

    Phins Cut/Traded

    Joey Porter (6th rounder)
    Ted Ginn, Jr. (2011 undisclosed)
    Gibril Wilson (cut)

    Having Ben Watson and Anthony Fasano would give us a buffer if our young WRs (Demaryius, Hartline, Bess) struggled. Basically, Ben Watson could be a "weapon1" if Demaryius doesn't deliver as a WR1.
    i like your draft and offseason moves...only thing i'd add is to try and get Brandon Spikes in there somehow...oh yeah,and get a stud FS also...
    Last edited by phinfan33; 02-06-2010 at 03:48 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SR 7 View Post
    Dumerville was HORRENDOUS against the run, dont need JOEY 2.0 if not worse.

    Put wake there and JT, draft a SOLB.
    if i remember correctly..that Wake&JT rotation in the first game against Buffalo was doing wonders for our pass rush...why they didn't stay with that i do not know...
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    Ben Watson???????? New England is getting rid of him due to his diminishing abilities? I'd stay with what we have at TE or a late draft pick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Astrosback View Post
    But Dumervil is the exception when it comes to size. Remember, he played last year at his size in Nolan's 3-4 defense as an OLB and he racked up ridiculous sack numbers.

    Dumervil plays a lot bigger than he measures.

    Tuna would probably love getting a pass rushing demon like Dumervil.
    he probably would,but he also loves his 'backers to have some size on them,and 5'11''..248 is a bit too small...but who knows,maybe Tuna decides to relax on that some and finds a way to bring Dumervil home so he can play for Nolan again,though i doubt it...
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