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    Ross infatuated with signing Peyton Manning

    Per profootballtalk.com Miami Dolphins owner Steven Ross infatuated with the idea of signing Peyton Manning. Article says he may be willing to wait for decision even if that means possibly losing on Matt Flynn.
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    Not that I'd mind passing up Flynn but for the owner to usurp Philbin to dictate that it's all in .. or nothing on Manning is organizationally not a good thing.. not good at all.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Not that I'd mind passing up Flynn but for the owner to usurp Philbin to dictate that it's all in .. or nothing on Manning is organizationally not a good thing.. not good at all.
    So Ross doesn't have the right to pick the QB for his team? And Philbin does? Is it not possible that they both had a conversation about this prior to Philbin being hired? What if its a consensus within the organization? Still not a good thing huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wisefin View Post
    So Ross doesn't have the right to pick the QB for his team? And Philbin does? Is it not possible that they both had a conversation about this prior to Philbin being hired? What if its a consensus within the organization? Still not a good thing huh?
    and since we're surmising beyond the article's facts to conveniently form-fit our agendi, suppose he didn't, eh? Still a good thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    and since we're surmising beyond the article's facts to conveniently form-fit our agendi, suppose he didn't, eh? Still a good thing?
    Im not surmising anything. Im dealing with hypotheticals. And I have no agenda.
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    okay cool: then "hypothetically" speaking, it would kind of suck, wouldn't it if there was no discussion with his new coach and the owner was operating unilaterally, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Not that I'd mind passing up Flynn but for the owner to usurp Philbin to dictate that it's all in .. or nothing on Manning is organizationally not a good thing.. not good at all.
    And if we lose out on Manning then we just have to move on. It wont be a major blow. If anything, our experience to losing out on coaching candidates should serve us well in how to deal with a highly touted signing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Splash2219 View Post
    Per profootballtalk.com Miami Dolphins owner Steven Ross infatuated with the idea of signing Peyton Manning. Article says he may be willing to wait for decision even if that means possibly losing on Matt Flynn.
    Manning is going to get better, it's just a matter of time. I don't think that Flynn is that much better Moore, so I would rather wait!
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    We should either draft a guy or get manning or preferably both.
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