And use a first day pick on a WR
Getting Tannehill help is imperative, and with approximately $45 million in cap space at his disposal, Ireland has no excuse for failure. Because the Dolphins so desperately need to upgrade this unit, everybody is operating under the assumption that they will sign Bowe, Jennings or Wallace.
Not so fast.
Handing out mega-contracts to free agent wide receivers is one of the riskiest personnel moves an NFL franchise can possibly make.
Whether it's the transition between systems, issues developing chemistry with a new quarterback or getting complacent after cashing in, high-priced wide receivers have a terrible—and, in the Dolphins' current situation, terrifying—track record.
A Bleacher Report from a blogger......yippee
I want an athletic TE more than one of these big name receivers.
You lost me at bleacherreport.
Marshall was Pro Bowl, and All Pro, and Vincent Jackson was lights out. Don't want to take a chance on proven #1 WR's, let's just take a draft shot.
Do these guys get paid for these blogs?
Go to 1:35 to hear the bleacher report lead draft writer call Tannehill the worst pick in the entire draft... you just cant get insight like you can from bleacher report on any other site
I'll take any one of the three. I still think Bowe is underrated.