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Thread: Miami Dolphins have plenty in-house options at center

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    If Shelley Smith is any good at snapping the football, he is probably the best option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    If Shelley Smith is any good at snapping the football, he is probably the best option.
    Do you have an opinion on Larsen's ability?
    Jay Fiedler can take his'n and lose to your'n.....or take your'n and lose to his'n.

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    Good article on Larsen and really found this part interesting.....................

    http://www.packers.com/news-and-even...2-188b2c40088a

    The Utah State center claims to have never allowed a sack in his college career, which he began as a starter as a freshman. His brother Cody is a defensive tackle with the Ravens and the younger Larsen figures to soon make it two in the family in the NFL.
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    Feels like we play better when Garner is on the field. Give him the job to lose to the infrafted rookie. Or we can ring up Jim Langer.
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    Miami Dolphins have plenty in-house options at center

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    News flash, "MIAMI IS NOT NEW ENGLAND"
    My post was not to say Miami was New England but I was using New England as an example that undrafted O linemen can make it in this league.
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    Garner is just an average joe. Nothing special. A career backup. Sam Brenner has arms as long as an alligator. We need an upgrade over both of them and it shouldn't be hard to find one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by royalshank View Post
    Feels like we play better when Garner is on the field. Give him the job to lose to the infrafted rookie. Or we can ring up Jim Langer.
    If we put all our faith in Garner as the starting center then our offense will sink like the titanic. And Ryan Tannehill will be trying to keep from getting knocked into a coma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    If Shelley Smith is any good at snapping the football, he is probably the best option.
    That was my first thought... Seems like it would hide some of the flaws in his game.
    However idk how his shotgun snap is


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    Quote Originally Posted by grogan12 View Post
    News flash, "MIAMI IS NOT NEW ENGLAND"
    You mean like NEW ENGLAND was not Miami in the 70s, 80s, or most of the 90s?

    The Patriots have ruled the AFC East for a little more then a decade, Same as Miami ruled in the 70s and most of the 80s, with the 90s being shared by the Bills, Dolphins, and Patriots...only after the turn of the century did the Patriots finally became consistent, but lately they are starting to look like the once high performance car that is now starting to show it's no longer the same.

    Let me say this, I have no doubt Miami will do a better job of replacing our all world center this year, then your famed Patriots did trying replace your all-world {made of glass) TE last year.

    So yes grogan12, "MIAMI IS NOT NEW ENGLAND," but considering your team in in decline, while my team is on the rise...that may not be a bad thing.
    My personal Draft:

    1st Round: C. J Mosley(ILB)

    2nd Round: Joel Bitonio(T)

    3rd Round: C. J. Fiedorowicz(TE)

    4th Round: Dakota Dozier (T/G)

    5th Round: Daniel McCullers(DT)

    6th Round: Marqueston Huff(S/CB)

    7th Round: Jay Prosch(FB)
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    Call Jake Grove! He's 34 but Pouncey might return before Grove suffers his season ending injury.
    The way Jeff Ireland took a GM's dream worth of cap space and draft picks and made the team worse in borderline miraculous.
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