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Thread: What does everyone thimk about Armon Binns?

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    Cam Wake 91Ford LogoTannehill 172013 Dolphins Logo
    He might have potential but the Dolphins need guys that already have it. They aren't in the position to groom WRs to be good, they need guys who can ball now.



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    I thimk not...
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    Didn't see enough of him but what I did see didn't look too promising. I recall a dropped TD and a dropped 3rd and long that would have been a FD. I don't recall anything else he did.
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    do you mean TEDD BINNS J.R ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by mega-fin-love View Post
    Assuming we get Wallace....I would be ok with not drafting a WR in the first two rounds but only if we draft a tight end very high. Thats also assuming we still had Hartline. We let him go then drafting receiver early becomes more important.
    I believe that should be the plan but remember if we spend big money on Wallace and let to many of our own FA walk then we have holes 2 at CB, 1. At OT, 1 at DE plus needs at LB, G, RB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phintim View Post
    I believe that should be the plan but remember if we spend big money on Wallace and let to many of our own FA walk then we have holes 2 at CB, 1. At OT, 1 at DE plus needs at LB, G, RB.
    you know Rome wasnt built in a day.
    and miami wont be built in a single offseason
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    Ireland knows that Phil in was hired to deliver a high octane passing offense. If that doesn't happen soon, Ireland will be fired. He will do everything possible to build around Tannehill this off season. That means landing 1 big name FA WR, and drafting 1 marquee WR and a 2nd good prospect WR. He is also probably looking for a good young TEif he can get one.

    BInns has the size, speed, quickness, lift, wingspan and muscle to be a very good WR. But he has bad hands, so he is more of an air traffic controller than an NFL WR at this point. If he had developed the Bengals would not have let him go. Now he is in the process of bouncing around the league because every GM wants to roll the dice that the light will eventually come on for guys with that type of size and athleticism. IMHO, he is already better than Roberto Wallace, so I'd probably roll the dice one more season, but not at the expense of Rishard Matthews.
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    Binns is garbage.
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    I would pass








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    Quote Originally Posted by allsilverdreams View Post
    you know Rome wasnt built in a day.
    and miami wont be built in a single offseason
    A single offseason? Did we just start trying this year or something?




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