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Thread: Do we address our WR needs with the first round draft pick?

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    Do we address our WR needs with the first round draft pick?

    I'm looking at 4 mock drafts and only one of them has us taking a WR(from CAL) while the others have us taking a OT to replace Jake Long. Your thoughts?
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    thinking back to last years mock drafts this time last year alot had the fins drafting Riley Rieff with the 1st round pick -- one of the many DE - ect ..
    not until philbin was hired with Sherman did they start projecting Tannehill in Miami -- so you just never no
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    If we draft a tackle..... hell will be raised.

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    yes. were ranked 27th in points per game. while there are holes on the D. our D has played well for the most part. This team's problem is scoring points
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    Nope! We can double up in the second with WR and this draft is full of them in the first 3 rounds! Draft a pass rusher or someone to help our secondary.
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    Who in the hell has us drafting ANOTHER linemen in the 1st? This team has invested so much in the line that it's disgusting to see the result, we should easily have a top 3-5 o-line with all our cash/picks spent on these damn bums.



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    This upcoming draft is stock piled with defensive talent. With Miami likely drafting in the top 15, I would love to see a safety/corner. Dee Milliner from Alabama would be a great pick to shore up or soft CB spot, also would like to see Luke Joeckel from A&M as our new LT. He will come cheaper than Jake and he has a very high grades from draft insiders. Granted, WR is a huge need, but this can be addressed in free agency with the likes of Bowe/Wallace/Jennings. And cap cuts will be plentiful as well. I am sure we can nab a WR there as well as the second round in the draft. Lately, WR are drafted heavier towards the back of the first and into the second round
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    i think you go CB/WR, whatever position has the better talent you take. We need to get rid of sean smith, he is one of the slowest cbs i have ever seen and plays lazy almost every game. CB/WR/WR/RT/LB
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    NO WR FROM THE DRAFT!! pick up an elite veteran like dwayne bowe or someone thats elite. look at justin blackmon for example. he just had 1 good game but overall he's a bust
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    Well the good thing about having a bad GM is you have a plethora of needs, the bad thing is it will most likely be the same GM filling them
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