Say Hello to Terrell Sinkfield everyone :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMRdpwdoUxI
4.19 speed, one of the newest udfa
For what it's worth, the Herald said that Dion Sims will play more than the #4 receiver, and the #4 receiver may play less than last year
Others have touched on it. We lack a dependable jump ball guy, not merely for red zone but anywhere on the field. Those guys can bail out a drive 2 or 3 times per game.
It's one of the glaring weaknesses on the team, IMO.
I was searching for somebody in the late rounds but nobody seemed ideal. The big Arkansas kid, Cobi Hamilton, can make those plays but he also specializes in drops.
Anyway, it's great news that we'll get away from 4 or 5 wide looks. Those are garbage. Football at its worst. The elite quarterbacks can get away with that crap because the rules have been manipulated to coddle the passing game. For everybody else, all the copycat teams who don't understand situational influence, the 4 and 5 wide sets do nothing more than allow the teams with premier quarterbacks to thrive. You'll never beat them by stupidly mirroring their own game.
Same with empty sets. A team with a quarterback of Tannehill's current level needs to all but ignore empty sets, and rely on decisive play action.
Lets put it in context within our division:
Pats: Danny Amendola/Aaron Dobson/Josh Boyce/Michael Jenkins/Donald Jones
Bills: Steve Johnson/Robert Woods/T.J. Graham/Marquise Goodwin/Da'Rick Rogers
Jets: Santonio Holmes/Stephen Hill/Jeremy Kerley/Clyde Gates/?
Dolphins: Mike Wallace/Brian Hartline/Brandon Gibson/Rishard Mathews/Armon Binns
This isn't Dolphins bias, we have the best #1, #2, #3 (Boyce is close but also hasn't stepped on a football field) and then #4's and #5's are unknowns.
Best core in the divison, and it's not close.
ALL ABOARD THE ORLANDO FRANKLIN HYPE TRAIN!
I'm just worried that if the Wallace signing doesn't go as great as planned or if he misses time (which he has in the past) that none of these others guys are real playmakers. Also the lack of a real red zone threat. I don't see how we are 'very solid' at WR
Dion jordon was a four star WR recruit out of Arizona. Have him line wide, and throw up a jump ball in the end-zone. Use him like Mike Vrabel. With Dion's wingspan, height and vertical leaping ability, good fight CB. Touchdown