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5 years ago
dolfanmark
I'm predicting a trade down to pick up additional picks. I think the much publicized and long rumored interest in Gurley is all choreographed to entice someone to trade up. And if a team below us is in love with Gurley (maybe the Cowboys), but wants to call our bluff, I can even see us drafting Gurley and then trading him. When you look at our needs and the depth of talent in the draft, we can
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5 years ago
dolfanmark
berkeley223 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > samsam3738 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > THE Truth Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > I wouldn't consider Anthony carter a bust. > > > > > > Almost 8k yards an
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
5 years ago
dolfanmark
THE Truth Wrote: > I'm not saying that he's purely a slot receiver. > I'm saying its his best position. He's an impact > player in the slot. He's a JAG outside, at least > at this point in his career. > How do we know he's a JAG at the Z? Is there enough evidence to make that judgement yet? Landry had 63 catches on 78 targets from the slot this year. That means
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5 years ago
dolfanmark
4. Re: WR
We just spent a 3rd rd pick in this year's draft on a WR in Kenny Stills. We will not be drafting another WR in the early rounds.
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5 years ago
dolfanmark
THE Truth Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > dolfanmark Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > On Twitter: > > Ian Wharton @NFLFilmStudy · 32m 32 minutes > ago > > Stills isn’t as fast as Mike Wallace, but he > is > > just as dangerous deep. He tracks the ball and > > fights
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5 years ago
dolfanmark
5 years ago
dolfanmark
And as soon as Randy Moss started whining in New England, Belichick showed him the door. My issue with Wallace is the me-first attitude. He was mad at his number of targets after his first game as a Fin, which was a victory. And he has this blow up in the season finale this year, after a 93 yard TD drive that gave us the lead. I think just about any coach is going to have a real problem with a
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
5 years ago
dolfanmark
Something to remember, guys in the slot are almost always going to get more YAC. They are running lots of crossing routes and curls that generate YAC. Guys lined up outside are running a lot of comebacks, digs, and deep outs that aren't designed to create many YAC opportunities. If Hartline lands with Andrew Luck, as it sounds like he wants to, he'll be a very productive WR. He's smart, runs g
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5 years ago
dolfanmark
jlyell13 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We need to trade Hartline. He is a slow overpaid > possession receiver that cant get separation or > score And yet, he led the Dolphins in: 2010- Yards per reception and yards after catch 2011- Yards per reception 2012- Catches, yards, and yards per reception 2013- Catches, yards, and yards per recepti
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6 years ago
dolfanmark
Clomid is also used by steroid users to kickstart their own testosterone production after a cycle of steroids. Manny Ramirez was suspended by MLB for a similar incident back in 2009.
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
7 years ago
dolfanmark
PFW rated Davis as the 61st best player in the draft. Mike Mayock doesn't know everything. Remember, he had us projected to take 340-lb DJ Fluker at #12, even though he would not fit in Philbin's scheme at all.
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
berkeley223 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > but mark he was the 25th rated LT in a league with > 32 of them! No. He was 25th out of all tackles (left or right) who played at least 25% of their teams' snaps, of which they were 80. So, 25th out of 80. On the same list, Martin was 76th out of 80.
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
BigNastyFish Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Do you pull these "stats" out of your ass or > what? > > I mean really -- for a lot of us who have watched > real football -- as opposed to subscribing to some > dweeb football stat service -- we actually SAW a > better looking football player from Martin as the > year progres
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
BigNastyFish Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 4 letter word. > > d r a f t > > Opps, that's 5. > > point is === albert "demands" 2b LT. > > I say fock that. > > We just got rid of an overpaid sloth plodder riod > zoid at LT and don't need another high priced > problem. If you are committed to M
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Geez, Mark, the kid was only a rookie last year. > He was All American at Stanford and he got better > as the year progressed. Not true. He allowed mor QB disruptions per game after the move to LT. And his worst game was the final game of the season.
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
captkoi Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > berkeley223 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > if moving down 2 spots gets us just a pick next > > year (3d rounder), I don't like it. And I'd be > > pissed if the move down cost us Eifert and we > > ended up with a scrub like Teo (kIPER isa >
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
BigNastyFish Wrote: > > Bottom line -- Martin deserves his chance to win > the spot --- So, what happens if he isn't up to the challenge? Then what? What's the alternative?
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
Rolling the dice on Martin isn't just about Martin. If you roll the dice on Martin, and he sucks at LT, like he did last year, it can ruin the offense. If you can't protect the QB's blind side, you are in a lot of trouble. Lane Johnson thinks he is going as high as #4. A number of "experts" having go as high as #5. Two months ago, who would have foreseen this? The Feb 5th Walter Foot
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
samsam3738 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Do not give anything for this scrub please. Keep > all your picks and build through the draft unless > ireland is so desperate to keep his job he is > going to resort to this dumb move. > > YUP i have a feeling IRELAND is desperate to keep > his job. > > He is going to gamble IMHO w
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
It's not about giving up on Martin, or calling him a bust. But, he showed no sign of being a good enough pass protector to play LT. He got beat by fast guys, and he got beat by power guys. And here is the problem. If you commit to him at LT, and he still isn't a good pass blocker, then it negates the adding of offensive weapons and delays a real evaluation of Tannehill. Bad LTs can kill a team. A
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
> > As for trading Solia, unless we can get a #2 for > him, he's better off on the team. Just bc he's in > the last year of his deal doesn't mean we can't > re-sign or extend him. Good DTs are hard to come > by, and worth having around even if just for 1 > final season (unless we are writing this season > off before it begins). 4-3 DTs are easier to come by than
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
7 years ago
dolfanmark
Filling the LT hole with one of the best pass protectors in the league (1 sack allowed last season) for a 2nd round pick is something Dolphins fans should be happy with.
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
dolphaholic Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I also read that Martin came in looking beefed up > as well, hopefully the light bulb has finally gone > off in Jerry's head. Martin came in at 318.
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
eesti Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That's awesome. Probably the least he's ever > weighed in Miami. Considering he came in at 390 last year, I'd say that's a definite.
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
eesti Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He will be given time but hopefully we also plan > our personnel aquisitions on the premise that he > may not. And that's the key, right? Options at LT are slim. There are only 3 guys in this draft that are believed to be able to step in and start at LT, and even one of those guys (Johnson) is considered a guy
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
In an interview with Omar Kelly, Jerry said he weighed 338.
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7 years ago
dolfanmark
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Mark, Martin was in his rookie year. > > Maybe he wasn't that great as a freshman at > Stanford either. > > Let's give him some time. > > And again, what do we do at Right > Tackle?????????????????????????????? Martin was a disaster in pass protection. A disaster. He ranked 75th ou
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