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    Quote Originally Posted by uk_dolfan View Post
    People are getting way too carried away about one comment on ESPN. We face competition to get any of the big reviecers and at this point we should be happy to get any of them nevermind expecting to get both.
    Man I felt pumped until I read your post. But you are correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFin View Post
    I could live with most of that...I'd draft Milliner in round 1...Zach Ertz in round 2 instead of your choices though.
    Unless you would plan to trade up as a GM, Milliner is not falling all the way to 12. He may even be a top 5 pick, I'd say it's more safe to say top 8 though.


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    Wallace sucks...Jennings is rumored to be asking $14 mill a year and Miami was very unhappy with Reggies "dancing in the backfield".It seams to me Miami may want to be creative in finding WR's this year through the draft and getting a DE and a CB through the FA market.....Theres alot of very solid WR's in the draft this year.
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    exactly Miami is unhappy with Reggies dancing in the backfield so put him at slot receiver!
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    A lot of good thoughts but that OL may end up the worst in the NFL. Incognito and Pouncey can only do so much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliott 1 View Post
    A lot of good thoughts but that OL may end up the worst in the NFL. Incognito and Pouncey can only do so much.
    yes and Yeatman Martin and Pugh may end up as good starters in the league. Philbin is a great OL coach unlike Sparano, he was just Parcells puppet. Philbin and Coach Turner would make that line better than our 2012 Offensive Line. A starting offense of Tannehill, Miller, Jennings, Wallace, Bush, Eifert, Martin, Incognito, Pouncey, Pugh, Yeatman sounds good to me.
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    Bush at slot receiver, make it happen!!!!!!!
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    if we resign Bush, along with signing Jennings and Wallace- i can almost guarentee that Bess and his salary will be cut/traded
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    aside from competition + $$$ .... i don't see us signing both Jennings and Wallace.

    why, because i see this FO and Staff being very calculating when it comes to Tannehill. They 'seem' very intent on providing an environment that is 'comfortable' for him - a 'known' offense, and keeping players he has developed a 'relationship' with and improving the OL. Of course, Hartline can change the course by demanding too much $$$ - and if your gonna pay more $$$$, why not get a better player ... i get that, but just don't see it happening - unless Brian forces their hands.

    We've had a couple years to get Bush out in space and didn't do it .... why would we decide to go that route now???

    Right now we have too much 'hope' going on - on offense. Hoping Martin can take over LT, hoping Yeatman can take over RT, hoping Miller can be the primary RB, hoping someone steps up at G, hoping Egnew can make some serious improvements ..... all this knowing that we must add at least 1 talent to the WR pool .... that's way too much 'hope' to dump say $20+ MIL of the salary cap into 2 WRs ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by fanfin View Post
    Bush at slot receiver, make it happen!!!!!!!
    I'd rather go for a Ryan Swope in the 4th or better still a Tavon Austin in the 2nd rather than trying to force a position switch on someone who's also going to cost a significant amount more than either of these draft choices.

    It would be great to keep Bush as a back up to Miller, a 3rd Down Solution, Punt Returner and a guide to Miller but only at the right price.
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