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Thread: Ryan Clark: Miami Dolphins NFL's most improved team

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    Harvin is no top ten
    1. Calvin Johnson - Detroit Lions

    2. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals

    3. Brandon Marshall - Chicago Bears

    4. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons


    5. Greg Jennings - Green Bay Packers


    6. Roddy White - Atlanta Falcons

    7. Victor Cruz - New York Giants



    8. Hakeem Nicks - New York Giants


    9. Wes Welker - New England Patriots


    10. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals
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    Why exactly was he asked this question? Is he more popular than I think he is?



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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    a high end qb makes up for a lot of things...people are gonna think i'm crazy here and that's ok i'm not afraid to put myself out there when i have a conviction on something...i've studied tannehills rookie season as much as probably you can and i see tom brady with better athleticism future here folks...top 5 nfl qb stuff...sherman knows that kids legit...i'm sure philbin does also...the leagues gonna know once we start laying the hammer on folks every week...

    this kids gonna make miami a year in year out contender...he's that kind of talent and qb...joe philbin has a horse to hitch his wagon to and he's gonna be our hc for a long long time...

    in 2 years rake me over the coals if it doesn't happen...tannehill be a known top qb commodity...
    I'm in. Mark me down for the coal raking in two years, this kid's the real deal and so is Philbin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vere76 View Post
    Harvin is no top ten
    1. Calvin Johnson - Detroit Lions

    2. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals

    3. Brandon Marshall - Chicago Bears

    4. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons


    5. Greg Jennings - Green Bay Packers


    6. Roddy White - Atlanta Falcons

    7. Victor Cruz - New York Giants



    8. Hakeem Nicks - New York Giants


    9. Wes Welker - New England Patriots


    10. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals
    Green is the 2nd best WR in the NFL.


    Deshaun Watson is the TRUTH!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LDaniel7 View Post
    The only way that's gonna happen is if Hartline is the number 4 or number 5 WR on the depth chart.

    Apart from Wallace, this WR corps is mediocre to horrid. In case anyone hasn't noticed, teams can take away offense if the offense only has one true threat. Which means: Middle of the pack for Tanny. He ain't got real talent to throw to apart from Wallace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregorygrant83 View Post
    People keep saying this. Please give me some example of teams with these great wr corps? And people keep saying you need two good fast receivers to be successful, but few of the playoff teams fit that description.
    You don't necessary need two FAST WRs IF you have two WRs that can get open on their own against man coverage, or two starting WRs that demand attention from the D.

    Which we don't have.

    A prime example of how this is a MUST in today's NFL -- geez, please, lol.

    Top 10 teams in the NFL are all examples are this. Most recent glaring example is the addition of Jacoby Jones to the Baltimore Ravens. Their offense was extremely limited until adding Jones, even though they had Torrey Smith, a legit WR in his own right, and Anquan Boldin, same thing. Once they added Jones though... well, let's just say they do not win a single playoff game without Jones adding speed on the right to go w. Smith's speed on the left. NOT ONE PLAYOFF GAME.

    And NE added Gronk and Hernadez, to a package including Welker, creating mismatches all over the field. Single cover any one of those players and you're done... and when Gronk got hurt, it clearly hurt the NE offense, etc. etc. etc.

    San Fran -- Do I even need to go into detail? Crabtree. Davis. Loaded at WR... last year Ginn was their NUMBER THREE or FOUR WR... and this after being NUMBER ONE in Miami, lol.

    Really, the fact that you can't see where the league IS, not to mention where it's headed, is um... um... myopic at best??

    In today's passing NFL, you need more than one starting WR or TE that cannot be single covered and must be schemed against. Once you have that, your QB can and will reach top ten numbers -- IF he has top ten talent inherent in him.

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    Dude... no punds intended but honestly you have no idea WTF you are talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy1969 View Post
    Dude... no punds intended but honestly you have no idea WTF you are talking about.
    OK, rookie, lol.

    Showing your vast knowledge already, lol.

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    I'm not all that excited about pundits declaring that we won the offseason. I'm interested in building a team good enough to challenge for Super Bowls.

    Improved or not, we still lack red zone threats, and in an offense-driven league, that's concerning.
    "I want guys who want to make an impact on and off the field. Good human beings. Guys who want to get better. Guys who want to improve. They want to be great, want to win. Those types of guys we can work with every day." --Joe Philbin
    - Defending the Read Option - What do you think?
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    I think we did improve but all it really amounts to was getting a legitimate receiving threat along with several marginal receiving threats, as well as getting younger at LB where we already had talent (though inconsistency). The draft came and went and while it looks like it may be good in three years, I'm very unimpressed with the potential of many of our rookies to have an impact as rookies. Probably at CB, but we were so thin there after Smith left that it's hard not to get an impact there.
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