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5 days ago
captkoi
I've seen many mock drafts lately that still have Miami taking Tua at #5. DJ from NFLN is one of them. Taking Tua is very risky. Two ankle problems and the latest his hip. Doctors say he will be a full go, but I have my doubts. Miami is trying to build; will the Fins' brass take a chance on him? IMO, if Miami did take him at 5, he would probably sit for the first year. Fitz will be the starte
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
20 days ago
captkoi
1. IMO, Miami would be foolish to trade up for Burrow. Would cost too much. 2. No to Tua at #5; his injuries concern me. 3. Pick #5 may not get Miami the guy they want/need. If that is the case, I would get a trading partner who wants to move up to get "their" guy. However, IMO, our trading partner would have to be in the top 10 draft order. 4. If Miami is dead set on drafting Tua, the
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
25 days ago
captkoi
mizzou15 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We have a cap of almost 100 mill. We cut Wilson > and Parker we will have over 110 mil. We are going > to pay a couple of players max contract. I would > like Peat (G NO) and Ngakoue (DE JAX). Want > Scherff but have some concern w/ is injury. **************************************************** W
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
28 days ago
captkoi
Miami must be careful with FAs. Most importantly, the price tag. At present, Miami just needs players that are serviceable, until the young players step up and are ready to take over. Miami has a (poor) history of paying too much for FAs, and a high percentage of them don't work out, either just not good enough or end up on IR. Why take, for instance, a FA OLman at a high price when you c
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
28 days ago
captkoi
TreasurecoastPhinsfan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I remember just a few short months ago when the > question was Burrows or Tua? > > Seems today the answer is apparent. His > performance today was jaw dropping. > He is about as close to a sure thing as you see in > the NFL draft. > > We have 3 #1s. If Cincinnati would
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
6 weeks ago
captkoi
jlyell13 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Do we need to trade up to take Burrow? Being from > Ohio would the bengals even consider? > > Do we drop down, get an extra pick or 2 and take > Tua, Hurts, Fromm, Herbert, Love?? > > Do we go after Bridgewater, Carr, or Winston ? ******************************************************
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
6 weeks ago
captkoi
samsam3738 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I bet you he tcpf be against drafting joe burrows > if we had a shot at him. > > He wants him the wet firecracker tannehill back in > his arms..So he could squoosh him squeeze him pet > him. Oh Man OH man. ********************************************************* Sam, both you and Chryen ha
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
6 weeks ago
captkoi
colonel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Mizzou15 stated: "Line cannot open holes." > > That is a fact. No even the very best HOFer would > do much behind our terrible run blocking offensive > line. When I watch other teams that have running > capability their offensive lines move very well, a > coordinated set of moves with
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 weeks ago
captkoi
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > LOL > > So TC is suggesting NOT ONLY that we pass on > drafting a QB with our top three first round pick, > but that we pass on that pick altogether thus > passing on possibly the next Larry Little or the > next Kim Bokamper Instead he wants to trade back > into the latter part of the first
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
8 weeks ago
captkoi
Normally, I'm with you guys wanting NE to lose, however.... They played the Texans, one of the teams we traded with to get their first round pick. We need both them and Pitt to lose, which would give us higher first round picks. Damn Steelers...they keep winning with their second and third string QBs. If this keeps up, looks like we will have those two extra first round picks in the 20s.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
If I were the GM, I would take a chance on him with our 2nd first round draft pick. No way would I take him with our first. As has been said, it is very possible he will return to Alabama because of these injuries. He needs to prove he is ready to go in the NFL. But, as has also been said, some team will take a chance on him if he does enter the upcoming draft. Even if he looks OK, h
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
samsam3738 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nobody has a problem with you tcpf....We just > believe tannehill is not as good as you think. > > He failed over and over here when it was crunch > time 4th quarter and we needed to score. > > Every single time the deer in the headlights > appeared and waited cluelessly in the pocket un
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
JC Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I don't like to rely on Wikipedia, but these > figures do match what I recall about Lousaka: > > 2008: 11 of 12 first downs when running on 3rd or > 4th down and one to go. > > 2009: 16 of 16 on 3rd or 4th and one. > > 2010: 14 of 15 on 3rd of 4th and one. > > > That is CSO
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
I agree with you guys who are saying they don't want a Lamar Jackson-type of QB. Remember RG III? He was similar to Lamar and look what happened to him. I cringe whenever I see Jackson take off. Just get a pocket passer who can run when necessary.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
My grandson injured his hip his senior year of high school (he was a Q. Regrettably, he was never able to play football again.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
Fins72 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ken Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > TreasurecoastPhinsfan Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > Grimey13 Wrote: > > > > > > ---------------------------------------------
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
mizzou15 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Enough film out there on Tua besides the LSU game > where it was mentioned he was coming back from > injury. I am starting to really like Burrow. I > guard my enthusiasm because its the same > enthusiasm I had for Trubiskey at UNC. Trubiskey > had that one big Jr year and left for the pros. > Bu
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
TreasurecoastPhinsfan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yesterdays stats: > > CHIEFS. 32 TITANS 35 > > P.Mahomes. 46-50 446 Yds > > R.Tannihill. 13-19. 181 Yds > > > Discuss. ********************************************************* Mahomes is a rare talent; he does things on the field that makes everyone
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wow! You're still guarding Tanny's QB position > YEARS after he's left. Still freaking out at the > thought of drafting a quarterback. ********************************************************** Chryen, where the hell did you come up with that? Treasure said nothing of the kind. I, myself, have been qu
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You start with a quarterback and unless he's got > the quickest release in history like Dan Marino, > you then draft an O line to make sure he has > enough time to pass. Now Tannehill had enough time > but was so indecisive, he got sacked anyway. > > Thirdly, you draft receivers. Then you go th
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
21. Re: Tua
I've asked this before, but is Tua worth that number one pick? He went down with that ankle injury, but his replacement killed the team they were playing (sorry, can't remember who they played). I'm not really sold on Tua, but this guy from LSU (Barrows) is turning some heads.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
Ken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sorry to see Drake gone...with upgraded blocking > he would have been a really good back, IMHO. But > given the rumored distance in contract talks I see > why he’s no longer here. ******************************************************** You may be right, Ken, but he just wasn't used much, by either Gase or
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
captkoi
mizzou15 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Front office is doing a good job of collecting > guys to evaluate for the future, Charlton, Biegel, > Boehm, Nkemdiche etc. Some of those guys panning > out allows us to focus on other positions in the > draft. First 3 on that list looks like part of the > solution hope Nkemdiche pans out. Rosens i
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
3 months ago
captkoi
24. Drake
The trade deadline is coming quickly. I can see Miami trading K. Drake; not because he isn't good, but because (1) Miami has a stable of running backs, and it looks like Mark Walton has taken over the starting job, and (2) the coaching staffs from last year and this year, for some reason, don't know how to use him, or they figure he just isn't good enough. The guy can run, he can hit the whole
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
3 months ago
captkoi
It's "said" that Miami is "Tanking for Tua." I have a feeling the the Fins' brass isn't thinking like that. They for sure will be picking in the top 5, or maybe even the top 2. If Pitt Keeps losing, Mia may get a top 10 pick from them. Before this season, everyone was thinking Tua would be the first pick in the 2020 draft. There were only a couple of other QBs that wer
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
3 months ago
captkoi
The Fins are starting to look like an NFL team. It has been taking time for them to work together, and that learning is still going on as Miami continues to have injuries and signing new people. Almost everyday we see the Fins signing another player. I hope the Fins aren't just throwing money around with no hope of these signees remaining on the team. The Fins are gonna have to draft a DB high
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
captkoi
27. Re: Tua
I am questioning whether Tua is what many have said him to be. Is he worth the first pick in the draft? What about Hibert (sp)? How about the kid from GA (Fromm?). Hell, maybe a team will be so desperate that they will trade up to get him. Of course, unless it is a team that picks in the first five, Miami cannot do it. Has to be worth it for Miami.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
captkoi
tsstamper Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Disclaimer - I'm not recommending this move...just > putting it out for consideration. > > Jalen Ramsey wants out of JAX. He's young, > proven, elite talent at one of the core > foundational positions. It's likely a bit of a > "buyer's market", which seems to be the case when >
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
captkoi
dolphan4545 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > From your mouth to God's ears. Still, I'd like to > see some improvement this year. ******************************************************** Dolphan4545: it is early in the season; OL is in a constant shuffle; coaches don't have a real good idea who will be starting on the OLine (besides Kilgore, and maybe
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
captkoi
I am not getting too down about this team after only two weeks. What did everyone expect? Personally, I thought they would play somewhat better than they have, but when one looks at what has been going on, its no wonder they are playing so poorly. What stars does Miami have on the team? Maybe Minkah, maybe Wilkins, probably Howard. That's it. The Fins cannot let any of the above go, IMO. Th
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