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Thread: Go offense rounds 1-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by kloud_9 View Post

    The offense isn't horrible.
    Yes, it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayden Fox View Post
    I was thinking the opposite actually. Heavy FA on O and draft on D. However, my GM compass needle is usually pointed in different direction than Jeff Ireland.
    Considering there is soooooo much more defensive talent in the draft I agree with this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdmond View Post
    Considering there is soooooo much more defensive talent in the draft I agree with this.
    If everyone comes out, there are going to be some very good WR prospects in the 2nd and 3rd Rounds.
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    Best case scenario for me and hope that everyone agrees with me if you know your stuff!! DION JORNDON needs to be drafted with our first pick!!!! Anytime a 6"7 248lb buy can rush the passer, cover slot guys, with crazy explosion needs to be drafted no if ands or butts. If we get him we would be filling 2 needs, linebacker and DE. I get excited from think about on passing downs of having dion, cam, Vernon, Starks, all rushing the passer, omg, if you want drop dion in coverage. This is the kind of guy coyle would use admirably!!! Anyone disagree??? For the haters, that don't like this pick, I would also draft Sean porter!!! Yup, similar to Von miller, but since the moved him to middle lb he isn't rushing that much and now causing him to be slipping to 2 or third rounds! That is TE best case scenario and we would still have a 2nd and a third to do what ever else. And did I mention the dude can cover!!!!
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    Would also love to get Jordan, then go heavy offense.
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    2013 Dolphins LogoMike Wallace 11Cam Wake 91Tannehill 17
    This year as well as every year you draft best player available. Drafting for need tends to lead to reaches which generally leads to bad draft picks. If BPA matches need then bingo =) Fill what ever holes you can in FA.
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    Draft picks:
    1. Keenan Allen, wr
    2a. D.J Fluker, ot
    2b. David Amerson, cb
    3a. Tank Carradine, de
    3b. Stedman Bailey, wr
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    I'd get an elite player on D and then draft WR's and/or DB's with second rounders.
    Jets suck, Bills suck, Patriots suck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayden Fox View Post
    I was thinking the opposite actually. Heavy FA on O and draft on D. However, my GM compass needle is usually pointed in different direction than Jeff Ireland.
    I think everyone's compass is pointed opposite Irelamd's
    "It happens all the time," Taylor said. "It's not an exact science and personnel guys aren't the end-all, be-all. " Jason Taylor,2011
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    Quote Originally Posted by Penntastic View Post
    Draft picks:
    1. Keenan Allen, wr
    2a. D.J Fluker, ot
    2b. David Amerson, cb
    3a. Tank Carradine, de
    3b. Stedman Bailey, wr
    IMHO Amerson will be a FS in the NFL.
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