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Thread: Miami Dolphins: Who will become Anthony Fasano’s sidekick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobDole View Post
    he actually has good hands. last season was the only time he had issues there in his whole career - i'm gonna say it was an anomaly. maybe he was so used to pennington's meatballs that he didn't adjust to henne's rockets? i don't know.
    His whole NFL career? Matters little, teams that can run still have better TE's for their young qbs. TonyG, Keller, Heap, Whitten (Romo 1st started), and MIA has Fasano, a guy who has yet to have a 35 catch season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DolfanDuBbZ~ View Post
    His whole NFL career? Matters little, teams that can run still have better TE's for their young qbs. TonyG, Keller, Heap, Whitten (Romo 1st started), and MIA has Fasano, a guy who has yet to have a 35 catch season.
    whole career counting college. dropped passes have never been an issue with him - only last season. but i won't argue we need an upgrade - he can't create mismatches regardless of how soft his hands are.


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    The annoying thing is the FO obviously is doing all they can to find a stud TE.. yet we have yet to draft one. We of all teams should know how a good TE can change a game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SRM View Post
    The annoying thing is the FO obviously is doing all they can to find a stud TE.. yet we have yet to draft one. We of all teams should know how a good TE can change a game.
    True but I'm pretty sure they wanted Jimmy Graham as our early 4th round pick but the pesky Saints nabbed him late in the 3rd round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roy_miami View Post
    True but I'm pretty sure they wanted Jimmy Graham as our early 4th round pick but the pesky Saints nabbed him late in the 3rd round.
    Yeah, he's one of the people I'm sure we would have taken if they fell a little bit. Him and McCluster.
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    Fasano doesn't need a sidekick, he's average at best, he needs to be replaced. An average NFL guy does not deserve a sidekick.
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    Maybe Fasano should just get a goldfish this year!! Worrying about all those weiner candidates won't do any good.




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    Quote Originally Posted by utahphinsfan View Post
    Shuler and & Epps will be behind on the depth chart behind Fasano @ seasons end.

    It wouldn't surprise me either to see a TE drafted. Pianalto from UNC?
    I hope not. Pianalto reminds me of Haynos. Dude has no speed to be a threat down field. He's fine against zone coverage where he kind finds a soft spot and then sits and waits for Yates to pass him the ball but he has no after the catch ability and no speed.
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    If Rudolph's not available how about the kid out of Wisconsin?
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