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  1. Championship Week 1 Round with trades

    Besides Becton and Dobbins, no thanks. Would rather take a chance on Love who has much more upside. I highly doubt Miami wgo for Tannehill 2.0 and two OL in the 1st is overkill considering they may plug most of the OL holes in free agency. Take Isaiah Simmons or Jeff Okudah at 5, Mekhi Becton will move up once he tests but can be had later so I'd take Yetur Gross-Matos, then Becton, and finish with Jordan Love.
  2. If that's the case, they need to pick offensive linemen and or trade down for future picks. Brown is interesting as he'd command double teams freeing up an OLB or DE, but we already have Davon Godchaux and Christian Wilkins. Lamb doesn't make much sense with DeVante Parker finally breaking out and the development of Preston Williams. Okwara is more of a day 2 pick imo and I'd scream if we passed on Jedrick Willis although I doubt he makes it past #20.
  3. Updated 2020 4 Round Mock Draft

    You usually hit it out of the park for Miami but.... Seems and sounds like Tua is going back to Bama. If that's the case they should run that Okudah card up. Adams with a pick that high is something that a team in contention would do, I don't think Miami is in position to make that kind of pick. I also think that Miami would prefer Swift or Dobbins before Harris. Hall isn't the best in man but he's a playmaker so that's a good pick. I'm not sure why Miami would target a DT in the 2nd considering they have two young solid DTs already on their roster. Uche is a perfect scheme fit; his height may be an issue. Miami doesn't have a 4th round pick. If the board falls that way: 1a. Jeffrey Okudah Ohio State JR CB 1b. K'Lavon Chaisson LSU RS SOPH OLB 1c. Jordan Love Utah State RS JR QB 2a. Antonie Winfield Jr. Minnesota RS SOPH S 2b. John Simpson Clemson SR OG 3. Lucas Niang TCU SR OT
  4. Dolphins fire OC and O-line coach

    Nope. Seems like Gailey is a stop-gap OC to tutor Schuplinski; similar to what they tried to do with Caldwell and O'Shea. Rumor is that O'Shea was a great WR coach but not that great of an OC-- probably the horrible run game that we had which Gailey excels in.
  5. MIA extends WR Devante Parker for 4 years / 40M

    Or maybe he's finally healthy and has a gunslinger at QB who will actually throw to him.
  6. Bowser's 3 Rounds Mock (without Tua)

    You nailed Miami's draft for the most part. 1. Jeff Okudah CB - Perfect. Howard and Okudah will be a nightmare for opposing QB's. 1b. Josh Jones OT - Would like to see how he fares at the Senior Bowl. 1c. D'Andre Swift RB - He fits more of what Flores/O'Shea looks for in a RB than Taylor imo. Gross-Matos would also be in play given RB depth in this draft. 2. Jake Fromm QB - He's had a very meh output this year. Wouldn't mind him here though.
  7. NFL Week 13 Sunday GDT

    DeVante Parker is killing their secondary single-handedly.
  8. NFL Week 13 Sunday GDT

    Gase leaves Miami and Parker & Gesicki have career years with a gunslinger? Who would've thought?
  9. 2020 NFL Mock Draft

    If Tua falls, trading down is a no-brainer. Herbert looks like a more aware Tannehill. Maybe trade down with Atlanta and take Epenesa. But I also like Okudah at #3 f***! 3. A.J. Epenesa 18. Jedrick Willis 21. Tua Tua isnt going to fall imo. I think we pull the trigger in the top 5 unless someone trades up.
  10. Heck no. While I want Tua, I also want to keep this coaching staff intact. Let's win two or three more games and let's see what Grier/Allen/McKenzie can do in the draft.
  11. I can't remember where I've heard that but they said the same thing. While Wirfs would make sense, I think I'd still take Thomas as he's just better; Thomas is playing at a top 5 level while Wirfs isn't in my opinion. Thomas also played RT his freshman season. Love is my preference as well although I'm not sure if Ross or the fan-base will be patient enough for him to develop. We would have to RS him the way that KC did Mahomes in my opinion. I think we have to take Tua, or god forbid Herbert. While we're rebuilding, we're also devoid of talent so I personally wouldn't go all OL in the 1st. I think you can get the same value of Swift in Perine a round later. Sign two starters in free agency, RG Scherff and RT Williams, and continue to add depth in the draft. I'm not much of a fan throwing rookie tackles out there to protect the QB. I REALLY like Llyod Cushenberry from LSU. LT Thomas, LG Deiter, C Cushenberry, RG Scherff, and RT Williams.
  12. Mock Draft 2020 2.0 / Second and Third rounds

    2011 COLTS! 2-14 with a horrible offensive line, an aging Reggie Wayne, and that's pretty much it. Luck wasn't a fit for them either yet they took him in 2012 along with Hilton, Allen, and Fleener and went to the playoffs three years in a row and their OL was still bad. That "fit" talk goes out the window if the QB can play. Tua's mechanics and footwork are far superior; Lawerence just has size and arm strength. If you were to promise me that TLaw will surpass what Tua does best then sign me up for waiting another year. I highly doubt Stephen Ross wants to wait another year for a QB. I'll give two scenarios though in case he does. *up to date order* Tua/No Tua 1st #1. Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama / Chase Young, DE, Ohio State #7. CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma / Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa #25. Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State / Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson 2nd #37. Brandon Jones, S, Texas / Jordan Love, QB, Utah State #58. Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma / Same 3rd #68. Alex Leatherwood, OL, Alabama / Devonta Smith, WR, Alabama
  13. NFL Week 4 picks

    Regression to the mean seems likely but I'd also say there's improvement. The Baltimore game was ugly and I think has skewed people's view on Miami by just looking at the box score. That NE game was closer than the score would indicate insanely enough. Just like the Dallas game, if the receivers hold onto the ball that NE game is 33-17. Miami can't make mistakes since they don't have the DL or OL to battle consistently but they keep doing it. Minkah gave up 2 TD's and whiffed on tackles that lead to scores to start the season as well.
  14. NFL Week 4 picks

    That's a lazy statement considering they've improved every week. The fact that they're getting OL off the street and them giving Rosen enough time to scan the field speaks levels to what kind of coaching they're getting. The defense has allowed 23 points in the first half against two of the best offenses in the NFL in back-to-back weeks. Take away a forced fumble within the 5 and a dropped TD and Miami is up 20-10 in Dallas at the half. The second-half adjustments have been troubling though.
  15. No thanks to Jeudy. While I'd love a legit #1 WR, the main objection should be to protect your franchise QB. 1. Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama 4. Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia 25. Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State R2. Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama 22. Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin
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