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Ajayii

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  1. This is where I'm at. Even if Flores is Wilks 2.0, I think the all of the secondary hires will hopefully off set it. Most of the position coaches we hired improve every unit they have touched
  2. Who will be the worst team in the NFL?

    Its an interesting process so far. We can't get a good read on the players that will start along the LOS, because of so much attrition, so its difficult to project what they want to do. Every other position besides OL and DL should be fine but those two are huge question marks. They're either betting on Rosen being the QB this year and going all out to improve the team in next year's free agency with a projected $100+ million in cap space and next year's draft with 10+ projected draft picks or doing everything in their power to get a top QB in next year's draft. According to some close within the organization, the owner, Stephen Ross, is fed up and wants the staff to do whatever it takes to get a good QB.
  3. Who will be the worst team in the NFL?

    You can say this about every Miami team for the past 10 years. We've had 6-8 wins despite: -Offensive lines consisting of Jonathan Martin, Dallas Thomas, John Jerry, and Tyson Clabo -WR group that featured Brian Hartline and Davone Bess. -Tannehill being sacked 93 times in his first two seasons. Its kinda remarkable that they've done this without a group of good coaches. Darren Rizzi, former special teams coach, and Dan Campbell, former TE coach, are the only coaches that I can think of that elevated their units. We literally just got rid of two guys, Coyle and Burke, responsible for two of the worst coached defenses in the history of the team. That's sorta my reasoning as to why I don't think this team will be as bad as most think; looks like they've finally amassed coaches who have a track-record for improving players/units. I guess regression is to be expected but they haven't shown any indication that its going to happen.
  4. Who will be the worst team in the NFL?

    Wouldn't call it being a homer but I cant buy this team in the 0-3 win-range. Miami literally just finished 31st on offense and 29th on defense last year and finished with 7 wins. This is basically the same team minus Cameron Wake, Robert Quinn, Ja'Wuan James, and Tannehill. Miami has literally had worst teams and still edged out 6-7 wins. Guess I have to see it to believe it. I currently have us at 5 wins.
  5. Who will be the worst team in the NFL?

    Ding ding ding! If we were "tanking" we could have just played Jake Ruddock. He is basically a practice squad guy that was already on the roster.
  6. Who will be the worst team in the NFL?

    Great analysis.
  7. Who will be the worst team in the NFL?

    You actually can argue. Two of our biggest hires werent even tied to Belichick; Jim Caldwell as the co-OC and Flaherty as the OL coach. The weapons on offense are pretty decent if used right, specifically Mike Gesicki who Gase horribly misued last year. Now the defense is interesting. LB and the secondary are solid but we have little along the DL. That's the "skeleton" part of the roster. Maybe we add some guys later on in the off-season but that front is looking very light outside of maybe one or two players. That tanking plan was fabricated for the most part. And even if it was absolutely true, the acquisition of Rosen changes that plan
  8. Who will be the worst team in the NFL?

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  9. Seems to be a theme with Gase-- wanting majority of the power within an organization. His next move will be hiring a friend that he knows will allow him to act as co-GM. Watch!
  10. Hopefully Brady AND Belichick retire in another 2 years. I'd like to see what each team puts on the field but I see it shaping up as such in two years: 1. Buffalo - I really like how they're constructing their team and building around Josh Allen. Adding Ed Oliver only boosts their chances. 2. Miami - I honestly don't know. I'm not buying into the new coach hype, Flores didn't do anything wrong but I'm not going to get my hopes up, anymore. Prove it on the field. 3. NYJ - Gase as a OC is good but Gase as a HC....not so good.
  11. Bowser's Way-Too-Early 2020 1st round

    Why not NYJ? Buffalo looks like the second best team in the AFC East and had a great draft/offseason building around Josh Allen.
  12. Dolphins sign CB Xavien Howard to record deal

    No one else is saying it's a bad deal besides casual fans and they're wrong all of the time. Have you heard any film-junkies or analyts, you know people who actually know what they're talking about, say it's a bad deal? That info also does not prove your theory that he lives and dies by press. Look at what he did to Amari, T.Y, and Hopkins(who pushed off multiple times) last year. It actually proves why he deserves the contract lol. YPC is a skewed stat that can be related to blown coverages, missed assignments, etc.
  13. Dolphins sign CB Xavien Howard to record deal

    Thumbs down? If Rosen is in fact the QB going forward, this is probably the best move made in the offseason. We will only have big money tied to X and Tunsil for the next 2-3 years. We were the 12th in pass defense with no pass-rush and a crap DC last year.
  14. Dolphins sign CB Xavien Howard to record deal

    Hmm... Any data to support your claim of him leaving and dying by press?
  15. Dolphins sign CB Xavien Howard to record deal

    Great deal for Xavien. Could care less about the $, as long as we locked him up. Im also assuming the biggest cap hit is next year. The previous regime would have tried to negotiate a contract next year when everyone else has already gotten paid. Tunsil is up next.
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