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Thread: Ireland mentioned 2 players he expects to burst on to the scene: Miller and Matthews

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    Sorry, i don't trust anything Ireland has to say about playmakers.
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    Trade for Percy, resign Hartline and sign Jennings. Fix WR problems ... CHECK.

    Then draft OLine and Defense.

    Think about it... it plays to Ireland's style perfectly.
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    Then Rishard Matthews can play when Harvin is hurt.
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    Trading Bess may get a 5th or 6th and it is a move I would make. Bess is not an explosive player that we need at WR. Nice story, not much else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dagger151 View Post
    If we ditch Bess, why not trade one of those second rounders to get Percy Harvin and put him in the slot. Harvin has practically the best ratio of catches to drops amd is the dynamic player we need...even on special teams returns.
    Wake up from lala land and snap back to reality. There is no way the Fins are trading for Harvin. Philben already had Ireland trade Marshall and Davis because they were head cases and malcontents on and off of the field, and "me" first players. There is no way he signs off on trading for the exact same thing he is trying to rid the franchise of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    Didn't he also say that Michael Egnew is going to have a great year?
    i wouldn't put a lot of faith in Jeff's predictions this time of year.

    Get a free agent WR and get a rookie high in the draft. i believe that's the plan. i think Bess stays but as the third or fourth guy. Not a starter.

    ... or maybe we trade him to New England for a 2nd where he goes on to numerous probowls ala Wes Welker.
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    Why would we trade for an expensive Harvin with 1 year left on his deal when we have Bess? We will draft/sign a playmaker. No need to get rid of Bess. He is hardworking and sure handed and has a year experience with Tannehill. Sign Hartline, try to get Jennings or Wallace in free agency, and then draft a guy in rounds 1-2. Then Matthews will have a few years to figure it out. Maybe even draft Swope.
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    could care less about anything Ireland has to say about players he expects to break out , he is probably still waiting on `roberto wallace to break out
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    Stedman Bailey would be a more dynamic fit in the slot. His strength and eexplosiveness would be perfect with great route runners in Jennings and Hartline with I'm sure another drafted receiver and Mathews.
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    ive already said as much. swope say bye bye to bess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    could care less about anything Ireland has to say about players he expects to break out , he is probably still waiting on `roberto wallace to break out
    why, he cut him.

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