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Thread: Which Dolphin FA loss will hurt the most?

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    miamis begging to be doubled at dt now...begging for it

    only way that won't be exposed is if the lb play takes a serious step up with misi moving to the middle...
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    Quote Originally Posted by j-off-her-doll View Post
    Soliai is clearly our biggest loss.

    As far as FA regrets, losing Soliai and failing to sing a RT in FA are my top 2.
    So drafting a RT in the 1st round is not better than singing (signing) one in FA???

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFin View Post
    I'm not sure any will be greatly missed...Soliai is the number 1 candidate.

    Patterson?...Its like I told a Jets friend of mine.....if he stays healthy for once, you got a very good player. But, I wouldn't bet on that happening.
    Im not sure he is really a good player but the few times he played for us this year he was very good but he has played bad many times elsewhere
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    It's hard to bemoan the loss of a run-stuffer on the 24th ranked run defense but I will go with Big Paul.
    A close second will be Clemons for me, I can see them missing his steady if not spectacular play.
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    miamis run d rank has more to do with the lb play and the opposition playing us in the nickle to take solia off the field and attack the other dts than it has to do with solias play in it...

    and with him gone it will just be exposing the others in the nickle without having a plugger take on and keep the lbs clean guy in there...and more into the second level clean rbs...provided misi isn't a natural at mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by rent this space View Post
    It's hard to bemoan the loss of a run-stuffer on the 24th ranked run defense but I will go with Big Paul.
    A close second will be Clemons for me, I can see them missing his steady if not spectacular play.
    Clemons reminded me some of Reynaldo Hill from 5-6 years ago, not a great player but a stabilizing force who had other DB's where they should be. I remember replacing him with Gabril Wilson, and the secondary getting a lot worse. Hopefully, that will not happen this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southbeach 2 View Post
    Clemons reminded me some of Reynaldo Hill from 5-6 years ago, not a great player but a stabilizing force who had other DB's where they should be. I remember replacing him with Gabril Wilson, and the secondary getting a lot worse. Hopefully, that will not happen this year.
    Delmas is supposed to be a risk-taker, it could go either way
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    miamis run d rank has more to do with the lb play and the opposition playing us in the nickle to take solia off the field and attack the other dts than it has to do with solias play in it...

    and with him gone it will just be exposing the others in the nickle without having a plugger take on and keep the lbs clean guy in there...and more into the second level clean rbs...provided misi isn't a natural at mike
    Misi and the LB's are the key to getting better. Our run D was much better in 2012 with Dansby, Misi, and Burnett, and Soliai playing worse than last year as well as Starks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rent this space View Post
    Delmas is supposed to be a risk-taker, it could go either way
    For me it now looks like we can make more big plays but, also give up more. The pass rush could very well compensate for that. I'm guessing that is what Coyle is thinking.
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    hill was a much better communicator on the back end than clemons ever was...
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