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Thread: Meet Ryan Tannehills new best friend - Greg Jennings

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    There's no way we choose 5 offensive players in the first six picks and then sign two more.... we have money, but you're forgetting we have a lot of other holes.
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    There's no way we choose 5 offensive players in the first six picks and then sign two more.... we have money, but you're forgetting we have a lot of other holes.
    indy had lotsa holes. Instead of building the line, they went out and brought in playmakers and kept the ones they had to support Luck. we brought in linemen and our biggest FA "success" was on the D. Clearly we focused on the wrong area on the team.
    "I didn't feel like we had to score," Tannehill said. "I had the mindset we were going to score."

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    Hes so good because he believes in his smelf!!!
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    Jennings and T.Williams in rd1 would instantly make our offense dynamic! If Hartline wants 5-6mil a year, id much rather pay Jennings 8-10 a year and get a proven vet who will instantly help the offense. I love Hartline but he is no where near as good as Jennings.
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    Nobody would DISLIKE seeing Greg Jennings in a Dolphins uniform...it's just that Mike Wallace could very well be an NFL legend. Is Jennings a better fit? Maybe. I don't claim to know that much about football. All i know is Mike Wallace is able to run past everyone​ whenever he's told to.
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    NOT SO FAST

    It's a no brainer: not only can Jennings catch anything thrown his way but he will certainly be double-teamed. The latter would make it so that one receiver will be (wide) open for Tanne. Let's not forget that. It's all good.
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    Next to Marino's fake spike touchdown to Ingram, the hook-and-ladder play comes in second. What a beauty.




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    Really like his hands, his toughness and determination he shows in getting YAC. As far as football goes, he is a geometry major too. Look at the way he positions his body against defenders and then the angles he takes in his routes and running after the catch that more than compensates for any slight lack of speed he may have compared to others. He's a thinker a QBs best friend. Will bring that maturity and championship experience to the locker room too. I'm all for it.
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    ...and not mention all the knowledge he will share with the younger receivers in the team. Jennings would be the ideal pick up for our team. Book it!
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    Dont like him. Short, slow, old, unexplosive.
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    With an evaluation like that, you should be a GM, danny.
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