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Thread: Russel Wilson proves that we should draft another QB in this draft

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    Russel Wilson proves that we should draft another QB in this draft

    This might not be a popular idea amongst the Tannehill lovers, but think about how Seattle had their top free agent Qb but still took Wilson in the 3rd. I'm not saying use the 12th pick, but if there is someone in the late 2nd-4th round that may give Tanny some competition, I say draft him and let training camp decides who is the starter. As a fin fan of over 25 years, I've seen my fair share of qb's and I'm not nearly sold on our current starter. Wilson is proof that you never know which QB will be your starter till the competition starts. I'm not a rabid fan of Tannehill, but I'm a die hard Dolphins fan and always want the best for the franchise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elle Clouds View Post
    This might not be a popular idea amongst the Tannehill lovers, but think about how Seattle had their top free agent Qb but still took Wilson in the 3rd. I'm not saying use the 12th pick, but if there is someone in the late 2nd-4th round that may give Tanny some competition, I say draft him and let training camp decides who is the starter. As a fin fan of over 25 years, I've seen my fair share of qb's and I'm not nearly sold on our current starter. Wilson is proof that you never know which QB will be your starter till the competition starts. I'm not a rabid fan of Tannehill, but I'm a die hard Dolphins fan and always want the best for the franchise.
    I agree with drafting a qb next year just not high in draft maybe 6th round
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    We should have picked Wilson last year, I recall CK (I think) did an excellent write-up pre-draft essentially saying to ignore his height, the kid is legit, he was right...
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    nothing until after the 5th round
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    No. People always think that these running QBs are here to stay and dominate the league.

    Once film cycles they'll figure out how to stop Wilson, RGIII and future running QBs. It's what happened to Cam Newton this season. Guys get enough film on a QB and things change. Typically the running QB relies too much on his legs to make adjustments and that just doesn't happen.

    Mike Vick is probably the greatest dual threat QB of all-time and that's saying something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    I agree with drafting a qb next year just not high in draft maybe 6th round
    I think we should because whose to say Tannehill will improve? If Wilson is here , he beats Tannehill in training camp and is our starter. I wish fans weren't so close minded about what we have at the moment.
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    Miami needs to draft another QB in this draft. Keep drafting one each year until we find our man.

    It wouldn't hurt to take a flyer on day three of the draft on a QB with some potential.

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    No. People always think that these running QBs are here to stay and dominate the league.

    Once film cycles they'll figure out how to stop Wilson, RGIII and future running QBs. It's what happened to Cam Newton this season. Guys get enough film on a QB and things change. Typically the running QB relies too much on his legs to make adjustments and that just doesn't happen.

    Mike Vick is probably the greatest dual threat QB of all-time and that's saying something.
    Vick was all talent and potential. He never put in the time to become a great QB.

    Wilson is the anti-Vick.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    No. People always think that these running QBs are here to stay and dominate the league.

    Once film cycles they'll figure out how to stop Wilson, RGIII and future running QBs. It's what happened to Cam Newton this season. Guys get enough film on a QB and things change. Typically the running QB relies too much on his legs to make adjustments and that just doesn't happen.

    Mike Vick is probably the greatest dual threat QB of all-time and that's saying something.
    This.

    I'm not giving up Tannehill for any rookie quarterback not named Andrew Luck.
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