Jeff Ireland didn't think it was necessary.
The Phins tried but trade(s) fell through.
Philbin did not want additional receivers based on the options available.
The salary cap prevented the Phins from doing it.
Jeff Ireland did think it was necessary but there were no suitable options.
I really believe the Dolphins want to fix their #1 WR position once and for all with a quality Vet that would be optainable in 2013.... as for who that receiver is, we would only be guessing if we tried to name him.
I also think they will ty to get a quality rookie in the draft in the 2nd or 3rd round.
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I put other. The no suitable options comes in from sub par talent evaluation skills as a whole by the team. Not completely incompatent but no where near the top. Everyone knew we were weak there and with the proper knowledge of what you have and what you need as well as offensive game planning to recognize, and convey your specific need, the opportunity was missed. It's difficult to hit on everyone, but we're below the median in terms of hits and misses.
Definitely "other". IMO Ireland didn't have faith in our rookie QB, new coach, and no-name roster, so he held off until 2013. Very disappointing as one decent WR could have put us in the playoffs.
No suitable options?
Personally I believe it is because Ireland is a bad gm
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And those who also get it, know that Ireland gets it. Those who are clueless are still concerned about cornfed and the running game"
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5 f'in years and on the way to his 4th straight losing season. No matter how anyone tries to cut it,. that totally sucks.
Four straight losing seasons..... Look up dolphins history and check out how many times that's happened. yeah thanks
I voted "other" because there was no option for "Jeff Ireland is an incompetent GM who does not know what he is doing".
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