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    Quote Originally Posted by fakespike View Post
    I agree that this trade up talk is likely some bush league psyche out stuff. Laughable man. We'd be retarded to announce to the world that we are going to draft OT in first round. All signs point to Austin or one of the DEs we feel will drop to us.
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    Re: Tavon being considered?

    hope not we dont need a first round situational slot reciecer
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    I hope he is being considered this team still lacks speed and play makers on offense. It would be a huge mistake to be content with the offensive skill positions the way they are currently. More speed at WR and a big target at TE are a must in this draft.
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    Tavon being considered?

    To me it's pretty obvious Lane Johnson is the target based on the smokescreen Miami is putting on. I'm not thrilled about it either. Austin or Eifert would have a greater impact than any OT in the draft.
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    I'm not buying this trade up rumour. I do believe they would not pass on one of the top 3 tackles if they fall to 12, which is why I think they are keeping Winston as a fall back option. They are NOT drafting Fluker. I do believe they will add another weapon to the offense if one of 3 tackles doesn't fall, and drafting Austin (I still think Patterson could be in play as well) or trading down (if a good offer comes) are possibilities.

    I think they have a gameplan and until it plays out we will not know which way it goes.

    It doesn't make sense in a deep draft to acquire these extra picks and then just give them away.

    This team is not 1 or 2 players away.

    We still need another runner, another WR, A tight end, a couple pieces on the O-line, a pass rusher, DT's to be ready for the final contract years of Soliai and Starks, a cornerback....thats just the essentials.

    So, I'd say we need all of our draft picks to land as many of those pieces as we can find,
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    The language that seems to have come from Ireland and philbin over recent months speaks to them wanting more playmakers on the team - yes, they need to protect their young QB, so it's going to be an interesting debate if any of the top OT's do fall.
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    I'm hopoing for a playmaker but I'm afraid they'll take a tackle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uk_dolfan View Post
    hope not we dont need a first round situational slot reciecer
    Like you Brits like to say--that's just rubbish! You are very misinformed. He's not a situational player at all, if fact he would be on the field more than any other player on our roster-in the slot, the backfield, the jet sweep, punt returns and kick returns. I guess you think Randall Cobb is a situational player too? Before you post such rubbish again please get your facts straight. I've watched every game he's played and he's nothing like you've described. He's the most dynamic offensive playmaker in the draft and should be our #1 pick! Plus he would put BICs-butts in chairs, something the Phins desperately need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphinheel View Post
    Like you Brits like to say--that's just rubbish! You are very misinformed. He's not a situational player at all, if fact he would be on the field more than any other player on our roster-in the slot, the backfield, the jet sweep, punt returns and kick returns. I guess you think Randall Cobb is a situational player too? Before you post such rubbish again please get your facts straight. I've watched every game he's played and he's nothing like you've described. He's the most dynamic offensive playmaker in the draft and should be our #1 pick! Plus he would put BICs-butts in chairs, something the Phins desperately need.
    Yeah, what he said ! I'd also like to add that Austin will add weight and he's already incredibly strong for a WR of any size.
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