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  1. It's not so much the Dolphins drafting poorly since a lot of their guys have played well and get huge contracts with other teams (Clay, Vernon, Landry, Tunsil, Miller, ect.). Although I'm not saying they draft great either. The problem besides not having a franchise QB since Marino is that they have failed to build the trenches. They'll draft a tackle and then ignore the guards in the draft. So it's always incoherent line with a tackle spot or center spot that's good but the rest of the line is full of bad undrafted rookies or mediocre vets filling in. Same with the D-line. They'll be good at D-tackle, but then ignore the the rest of the line. This is the first draft they actually committed to building the lines for the majority of the draft.
  2. This guy is a huge bust. I trust Flores understands D-line talent. The writing was on the wall. They were going to cut him so I'm glad they got something out of it. It's not bad for ATL either because maybe a change of scenery will do him well.
  3. Absolutely. The Dolphins are absolutely in love with JK Dobbins though.
  4. He's going to be in a tandem with the RB they draft high. He's already way better than our current RBs. I mean Fitzpatrick was the leading rusher on the team. Enough said.
  5. Flores got the best out of no name guys, especially in the 2nd half of the season. I'm excited to see what he can get out of these guys.
  6. Buffalo got a good player, but this is a great WR class. I would have just drafted one pretty high instead. That's a lot of picks traded. Plus the contract. But Buffalo got better. This makes the Texans trade look even worse and that's saying something.
  7. The difference is they are stockpiling picks and actually building through the draft. These big contracts are front loaded for a reason. Just because they are rebuilding doesn't mean they need to roll with a roster of Wal-Mart employees for 4 years. They have to spend the money and build a foundation while the rookies they draft will be on rookie contracts. How can Flores establish a winning culture when he has to coach horrible players who get burned on every play? Also, I'm a Dolphins fan. I don't get my hopes up lol. I just see more of a plan in pace than I've seen in years. They all seem on board. In previous regimes, it seemed like the coach and GM were in constant conflict and there was uncertainty on what scheme or type of team they wanted to be. I know what Flores wants.
  8. The Dolphins are front loading the big contracts while they have the money so by the time the people they draft with their 14 picks will be FAs they'll have the money to resign them. I'm assuming that's what they are doing anyways.
  9. This was one of the players I fully expected from the start.
  10. Grier was just a yes man. This is the first time he's been in complete control. Ross hires the wrong people, but other than that he's hands off the football aspect of the team. The ultimate difference is whether Flores is the guy or not. The Dolphins biggest issue besides QB is that they get a new coach every 3 years. The team is being built in Flores image. If Flores is finally the guy, they can finally stop rebuilding the team in different schemes and finally build the team in only one image for years to come. Every time they got a new coach they would have to blow it up and build a team that fits that coaches' scheme. This put them in a constant state of rebuilding and instead of adding on to the foundation. They need stability. They're putting all their marbles into Flores.
  11. First of all, the Dolphins have been a mediocre for 20 years, but before that they were a playoff team almost every year with 2 SBs and 5 AFC Championships. They had one of the highest winning percentages in the league. Even if they were garbage for 50 years, literally anyone can turn it around. People said the same thing about teams like the Saints and Chiefs. It's all about getting the right people in charge, which is what Miami has failed to do in the last 20 years. The past is irrelevant with a whole new regime in charge (the owner doesn't get involved in the football stuff).
  12. The problem is Howard is injury prone and the NFL is investigating him due to a domestic dispute (although I think he'll be fine).
  13. I can't stress how awful the #2 CB spot has been next to Howard.
  14. From what I gather he's a great ST player and I think he's going to replace Walt Aikens for us (who I guess is leaving). They are similar.
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