DOLPHINS: See you in the Spring
bcoddington at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 6 14:21:08 GMT 2010
I tend to agree that you can get a quality RB later in the draft. It hink we even have a few capable guys for the future in Hilliard, Sheets, and Cobbs (if he recovers well from injury). We need to be able to stop people and come up with big plays on defense. This draft must focus on D. I think it is easier to have a rookie come in and impact a defense as opposed to a WR who may be good, but take a few years at the NFL level.
> From: Randy.Salas at startribune.com
> To: dolphins-disc at phins.com
> Date: Wed, 6 Jan 2010 07:40:03 -0600
> Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: See you in the Spring
> Kristoffer wrote:
> >>>I know it seems crazy at first, but I remember a couple years ago the Raiders passing on a RB because they already had one and had bigger needs. So, they took Jamarcus Russell and passed on Adrian Peterson. In other words, what if the BPA is a RB?<<<
> Has a Parcells-led team ever drafted a RB in the first round? Isn't that a position where he thinks you can get just as good a player in later rounds? I know Parcells might not be calling the shots on every draft pick, but Ireland sure seems to follow his philosophy.
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