Happy Super Bowl 50!!!

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  1. Randy says:

    gdp
    This organization has been building around Tannehill since he was drafted. Thinking they haven’t is just sticking your head in the sand. Now, if by that you mean we have to upgrade every single position on the field for Tannehill to be a winning QB….that…much like Serena Williams….I can get behind. Lol
    ***
    That was for you DBOLT!

  2. Al in MIA says:

    On the subject of Lamar Miller, it’s hard to ignore the success of last year’s rookie class in consideration of a strategy that includes drafting a replacement for Miller in this year’s draft (to combo in with Ajayi).

    Last year’s top 10 RB in order via nfldraftscout.com and projected round value
    1. Todd Gurley (1)
    2. Melvin Gordon (1)
    3. Tevin Coleman (2)
    4. Duke Johnson (2)
    5. Ameer Abdullah (2)
    6. Jay Ajayi (2-3)
    7. David Johnson (2-3)
    8. TJ Yeldon (2-3)
    9. Jeremy Langford (3)
    10. David Cobb (3)

    —-
    Most of the RB on this list didn’t disappoint this year.

  3. Al in MIA says:

    Piggy,
    BTW, the SB yesterday re-affirmed my choice for …
    MYLES JACK 🙂

  4. Randy says:

    Al,
    I think signing Miller to a big contract is a bad idea. Keep him if it works out financially, but the position simply doesn’t demand a large portion of your resources anymore. Plus, I seriously doubt he keeps his numbers up if his carries increase by 100. He’ll level out and be right in there with 15 other backs. I’m also leery of valuing a guy based on his contact year performance.

    • D says:

      I agree in that we have to be careful about what we pay, and there will need to be more us dictating the price than him, but i would like to re-sign him. If we dont then i think we got to get a guy like Forte on a short term contract for less money that we would have paid for Miller and then draft a RB high next year. With Ajayi showing well last year in limited chances we do have the luxury of going that direction and we need to keep that in mind when we decide what we are willing to pay.

  5. D says:

    Other than Gurley, i wouldnt trade Miller for any of those guys. I do suspect Gordon will have a better year this year, but id still want Miller over him.

  6. Tim Knight says:

    Only 15 days until the combine so we can start to see which prospects have been exaggerated as far as height and weight. For example we might find out Eric Striker can fit in a shoe. LOL

  7. getterdone says:

    Randy, of course Miami has been building around Tannehill since he got here. Any franchise would.
    The trick is, doing it RIGHT! Lots of poor & failed personnel moves on both sides of the ball before & since he’s been here.
    Hence the pink slips of GM’s, HC, & Coordinators, etc.

  8. getterdone says:

    Meh!

    2. Melvin Gordon (1)
    3. Tevin Coleman (2)
    4. Duke Johnson (2)
    5. Ameer Abdullah (2)
    9. Jeremy Langford (3)
    10. David Cobb (3)

    Keep Millertime or we risk hampering a weapon that Tannehill has grown comfortable with in both the running & importantly, the passing game.

  9. Tim Knight says:

    It’s funny, people are talking about Beyoncé referencing the Black Panther Party during the Super Bowl halftime show. The only people who are going to be influenced or care about that are people who don’t think for themselves.

    This reminds me of a Frank Zappa quote:
    “What do you make of a society that is so primitive that it clings to the belief that certain words in its language are so powerful that they could corrupt you the moment you hear them?” LOL

    • getterdone says:

      Did she flash her illuminati hand sign? I was outside partying during the halftime BS.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I saw it because my wife was watching but I don’t put too much stock into pop stars making social statements subliminal or not. Some of her dancers were dressed in black wearing black berets. I normally don’t watch the half time show either, I just happened to be by the TV at the time. LOL

  10. Randy says:

    D,
    I’d rather spend the money on an edge rusher. It’s not that I wouldn’t like to keep Miller. I just wouldn’t make it a priority. Set his value for the team…negotiate from that number…if he stays, great. If not, I don’t think it’ll impact our offense all that much. Especially if we keep throwing it close to 600 times a year.

  11. Rockphin says:

    BoulderPhinfan says:
    February 8, 2016 at 1:56 pm

    he’s been to the playoffs 3 out of 5 years in the league. And he was a very good player in college. not sure what you’re getting at.

    Mark Sanchez went to the AFC Championship game two years in a row……what is YOUR point?

  12. Rockphin says:

    He’ll do whatever to win.

    Except that is jump on his own fumble. He backs away so as not to get hurt instead….

    • Tim Knight says:

      That was so lame. The game was on the line there. You can easily give him the choke sign for that. Superman? More like Louis Lane. LOL

  13. Randy says:

    People still watch the Super Bowl halftime show? Unless there’s going to be another boob slippage….why? Lol

  14. Al in MIA says:

    I wouldn’t pay Miller more than 4 mill per considering the cap situation in Miami and his utilization rate. He still lacks in the receiving department (not fluid in the pass game as a receiver before the catch). At that price, he’s gone in my book (will probably find a taker in the 5 mill per range…maybe desperate dallas?)

    • getterdone says:

      I beg to differ about his receiving, and you and I almost always agree….lol

      He’s continually gotten better as a receiver & in pass blocking.

    • Ken says:

      I think he improved significantly as a pass catcher last year. Major strides imo and he is decent at blitz pick up. I am really on the fence on how bad I want him to be kept. I think he is our best weapon on O when you combine rushing, receiving and pass protection he will be hard to replace. Now we just need to utilize him more.

  15. Al in MIA says:

    Randy & D,
    Agree with what you said about the RB position in general and possible strategies going forward.
    Forte is system ready having been with Gase the last 2 seasons.
    Speaking of Forte….

    Mike Reiss of ESPN Boston believes the Patriots will “explore the possibility” of signing impending free agent Matt Forte.
    The Patriots were painfully one-dimensional on offense after losing Dion Lewis and LeGarrette Blount to season-ending injuries. Forte would be a tremendous upgrade for New England, particularly given his all-around skill set. Feb 7 – 8:26 AM

    • getterdone says:

      NE painfully 1 dimensional on offense. So even they don’t want to rely on Brady throwing it constantly….genius. lol

  16. dbolt48 says:

    Jahri Evan’s released by the Saints…..Mike T better make a phone call.

  17. Tim Knight says:

    Miller made a lot of explosive plays out of the backfield. His catches have been steadily going up.

  18. Al in MIA says:

    GDP,
    This is the current nfldraftscout RB top 10 w/ RD projection value (well current until we have the combine results LOL)

    1.Ezekiel Elliot (1)
    2.Derrick Henry (2)
    3.Alex Collins (2)
    4.Devontae Booker (2)
    5.Kenneth Dixon (2-3)
    6.Jordan Howard (2-3)
    7.Jonathan Williams (3)
    8.Kenyan Drake (3-4)
    9.Paul Perkins (3-4)
    10.CJ Prosise (3-4)

    ———

    Who you like from this group and who are you down on?
    I started looking at Perkins the other day and I was impressed…he’s going to be higher than currently projected IMO.

  19. Randy says:

    gdp
    I guess I just don’t see what you see in Miller. I think he’s an average back(maybe slightly above average) and a below average receiver at this point in his career.

  20. Ken says:

    I owe GDP a beer.

  21. dbolt48 says:

    In regards to Miller, I like him, but I rather use that money towards a really good offensive guard who can make average backs look above average. I think Ahayi is a better pure natural runner than Lamar, although Lamar has that explosive element to him where he can go the length of the field at any time.

  22. Ken says:

    Alright. Out for now. Peace

  23. D says:

    I like Alex Collins a lot, im just not in love with spending a 2nd round pick on a RB. I think Dixon and Drake would be my targets out of that group. They have the most Miller like ability and probably come with a 3-4th round price tag. I think we have higher needs in the draft and spending a 2nd on a RB wouldnt be the way i would hope we would go.

    • D says:

      Deandre Washington also really impressed me at Senior Bowl. He was a late add and really looke pretty good going off partial week learning the system and all that.

  24. Tim Knight says:

    Miler had 47 receps on 57 targets for 397 8.4 and 2 TD last year and one for a long TD. I thought he really took off as a receiver last year.

  25. D says:

    Miller wouldnt be my primary target for FA, i would target getting a starting OG and possibly try to snag Glenn as i have mentioned many times. OV would be someone i would try to re-sign, but only if there was fair asking price, Miller would fall below those and become a on the team terms kind of re-sign. I would like him but there are other options we could go with, save money and get someone who would hold it down untile we drafted a permanent replacement the year after.

  26. D says:

    Kelvin Taylor wouldnt be another bad option in the 4th ish round

  27. Al in MIA says:

    This isn’t the best highlight package but you see some of the qualities that I think make Perkins very good (vision, quick steps, ability to use blocks, how to time cuts with LB coming down on him).

  28. D says:

    Jonathan WIlliams is another, show me in the combine your healthy, prospect. He was AWESOME the year before last when he last played college football, but he spent the entire season out on injury and thats why Alex Collins got his chance to shine.

  29. dbolt48 says:

    Wow….out of character for Jennings:

    @TheFinsiders: Jennings on Tannehill: “I’m going to speak for Ryan right now, which I typically don’t do. He wants some more freedom.”

  30. sb7mvp says:

    D,
    I thought Aaron Green looked pretty good.

    • D says:

      Yeah he made a really pretty run for the first TD, really Miller like, found a seam in the middle and just busted through it. He like Washington are smaller scat back types, really only knock against them is i doubt they are more than 3rd down type guys.

  31. Mike E. says:

    Just came back from shopping, and on the way there and home, I was listening to WFAN, and Mike Francesa was saying how Cam gave up on his team, and how he acted like a spoiled child both during the game and after. Nah, we’re all wrong, Cam is a swell kid. He’s a real role model. A role model for bratty kids, but a role model nonetheless. lol

    • D says:

      I think too much is being made of that. Its not how you would hope he would react but its no worse than a lot of athletes act in similar circumstances. He does needs to remember he’s a pro and pro stands for professional. Once this became a career for him he has to do some thing he doesn’t want to and he has to act accordingly. Still i have seen worse from people who have been vets for years, including Manning.

  32. dbolt48 says:

    @ZachZaidman: #Dolphins announce #Bears assistant strength and conditioning coach Jim Arthur is joining head coach Adam Gase’s staff in Miami.

  33. Al in MIA says:

    Tim,
    It’s easy to find comfort in numbers (Miller’s current production) but there’s a price on everything and it’s impossible to re-sign all players at the NFL rate of pay for production. Churning is part of the game. Some positions get solid returns right out of the draft and RB is one of those positions that is ahead of WR production per say. Same for defensive players where a high end LB can give you 100+ tackles out of the gate.
    I’m sure plenty of Steelers fans were upset when they churned WR after WR in favor of draft options -> Nate Washington (let go in FA; Wallace drafted), Santanio Holmes (traded; Saunders drafted), Hines Ward (facing retirement; Antonio Brown drafted), Mike Wallace (let go in FA; Markus Wheaton drafted), Emmanuel Saunders (let go in FA; Martavis Bryant drafted).
    Yes, the Steelers put alot of pressure on themselves but they kept rolling the dice and getting cheap WR and letting go of expensive options.

  34. D says:

    There are a few people i am really hoping we leave the draft with at least one of.

    Hargreaves
    Lawson
    Bullard
    Brothers
    Jones
    Dodd
    Ramsey
    Morrison
    H. Henry

    Btw, Im seeing Brothers listed as second overall ILB prospect in the draft now behind Ragland only.

  35. Al in MIA says:

    Jim Arthur last seen in Chicago …

  36. Mike E. says:

    D

    Do you think too much is being made of his behavior IN the game itself? I suppose if you want to excuse him for his post game baby act you could, because it’s not the game, but what about his body language, and him not going after the fumble? You would think instinct would have him diving for it, but he looked like he was mad it happened, and because it wasn’t his fault, he wasn’t going after it.

    • Al in MIA says:

      It’s hard to tell what is going on, when you get hit it does a number on your head. Accumulation of hits could have left him in a daze and unable to chase after it. I think Cam has shown he’s a competitor; i doubt he gave up just because.
      I think people are making a big deal about his behavior because his style doesn’t suit their style of what a QB or any player should do.

    • Al in MIA says:

      and because quite frankly, as happens in Miami many times, it’s easy to point the finger at anyone after a loss.

      • Mike E. says:

        Well I can admit I don’t like his act, and I don’t see how any adult could, but it seems like too many people are all thinking the same thing for it to be totally off. Even in the post game conference, he said we dropped balls, gave up sacks, and then maybe his brain caught himself, and he added threw errant passes, but I kinda felt like he was blaming his teammates.

  37. D says:

    William Moore S Atlanta also cut today.

  38. Al in MIA says:

    Mike E,
    Why is Fancesca even wasting his time with the subject.. he likes bitch about anything :P.
    He ripped Manning too for kissing Papa John LOL

  39. Al in MIA says:

    D,
    Can we just draft some later RD option and sign Eric Weddle in the mean time?

  40. Al in MIA says:

    Alright, I gotta run…see ya tomorrow.

  41. D says:

    Al in MIA says:
    February 8, 2016 at 5:55 pm
    I didn’t pay close attention to him before but ran a few highlight packages of him vs certain teams…I like, thanks for the heads up (and I’m a UF alum) LOL.
    —————————————-
    He plays with high intensity, he’s very competitive and he has a mean streak. Those are great intangibles for a LB. He also is very disciplined/trained and instinctual.

    • Al in MIA says:

      That’s what caught my eye…he roams in a natural way and also looks to pound out potential blockers… good instincts.

  42. Al in MIA says:

    Before I go…
    GDP…
    Dane Brugler of nfldraftscout has Miami taking Noah Spence in his latest mock draft 🙂

  43. D says:

    Mike i dont like that kinda attitude either, im just thinking its very microscopic to analyze how he acted after that loss as a definition of him as a person. He does have a pattern in his past of sulking and acting like a child but he also has shown tremendous growth this year in that capacity. I just think its being blown out of proportion by the media right now and the stuff i saw didnt seem outside the ordinary for a person in his position. I dont think he was half-assing any attempt to recover the fumbles, i may have missed something but thats not what i saw. I didnt hear him throw anyone under the bus either but if he did then yeah that would change some of the stuff i thought about how he was acting.

  44. Mike E. says:

    Al

    Francesa is just running with the show and the questions that come in.

  45. Mike E. says:

    D

    Maybe I was too biased, but that’s what I saw, and I told my wife. Then some other people here mentioned it, and then Francesa said it too, and I kinda feel like maybe it’s real, and not my bias.

    • D says:

      Im not saying its your bias, and im not defending him if thats what happened, i just didnt see it.

      • Mike E. says:

        I know you didn’t, I’m just admitting that I might be too biased to know whether it was the right perception or not.

  46. D says:

    Justin Durant cut by Falcons as well. Thats a vet LB for consideration. Should be pretty inexpensive, he has always put up good numbers. Older vet (31) but just had an 84 tackle season in 13 games.

  47. wyoming85 says:

  48. wyoming85 says:

  49. Mike E. says:

    OK, I’ve probably said enough and more about Cam, and the Superbowl. Now on to the Dolphins, and what we need to do to get better.

  50. wyoming85 says:

  51. Tim Knight says:

    I’m not knocking Cam’s ability and the fact he had a real good season. He was the league MVP. But for people to act like they don’t understand why some people don’t like his act is being naive. He’s a me guy and a lot of people don’t like people like that. Some of us like that he got it handed to him and shut him up just like everyone says; if you don’t like it, stop him. Well Denver’s defense did stop him and shut him up. Well done, Denver! 🙂

  52. Tim Knight says:

    D, on the fumble Cam backed off a few steps like I’m not going into that pile and he had the best shot at it. When he then tried to get back in, it was too late and if he had recovered it, that could of changed the game. That’s when Denver went up two possessions.

  53. sb7mvp says:

    It looked to me like Cam was gonna go in the pile but then thought maybe the ball would come rolling his way and so he backed out to wait for it. It’s such a petty thing to hold against him though. Who cares? He lost. Pride cameth before a fall and he got humbled. It’s adding insult to injury at this

    • Tim Knight says:

      So we can’t discuss anything that may oppose Cam’s perceived greatness? His big mouth, his self-absorbed attitude, his I’m Superman when all is going well, his sulking like a child when he loses, his sub par play in the biggest game, his fumbles, his lack of pocket presence, his shying away from trying to recover his own fumble, none of it. Eh… none of that matters, he’s just fantastic! LOL

  54. Mike E. says:

    D says:
    February 8, 2016 at 6:23 pm (Edit)

    Mike i dont like that kinda attitude either, im just thinking its very microscopic to analyze how he acted after that loss as a definition of him as a person. He does have a pattern in his past of sulking and acting like a child but he also has shown tremendous growth this year in that capacity.
    ************************

    It’s easy to be at peace and smiling when there’s no adversity, and really, the Panthers and Cam didn’t face any adversity. Showing growth is facing the adversity, and either overcoming it, or learning how to bounce back from it, and still be the same person, not change into something else completely when things don’t go your way.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I mentioned in my keys to the game that Denver needs to make Cam and the Panthers face adversity because they have pretty much rolled all year. Put them in 3rd and long and challenge them to play out of their comfort zone, that’s what happened and they couldn’t execute. Then Cam showed no humility and sportsmanship. If he had won he probably would have put on a performance that he already had choreographed. LOL

  55. Mike E. says:

    I don’t think there’s any magic formula for winning football. The defense is important, as is the offense. Too much of one and not enough of the other doesn’t work. All I know is we need impact players. Get a few on both sides of the ball, and that makes the difference. I think we may have a couple on offense right now. I think Parker might be, and I think Landry is too. Problem is, on defense Reshad Jones is the only one that comes to mind. Suh is a very good player, but I haven’t seen him change a game yet.

    • Tim Knight says:

      No there is no one magic formula. You build a good team and go play and execute. The key is becoming a team that can compete for the big game consistently.

  56. sb7mvp says:

    lol. The ole, “so we can’t discuss anything” rebuttal when no one said anything of the sort. You can be petty all you want. I can call you out on it too.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Uh not so fast.
      “It’s such a petty thing to hold against him though. Who cares? He lost. Pride cameth before a fall and he got humbled. It’s adding insult to injury at this”

      That suggests discussing it is pointless. Petty means pointless and trivial.

      Cam is a bit of dick but he’s off limits for some reason. Whatever it’s not that important. He ate a massive crow sandwich and it couldn’t have happened to a phonier guy. 🙂

      • sb7mvp says:

        Discussing it is pointless, but nowhere was said that you couldn’t do it. Pointless and trivial is the bread and butter of the internet.

  57. Mike E. says:

    I never liked Richard Petty, my dad and I were A.J. Foyt fans. lol

  58. Mike E. says:

    I agree with most folks here that we have to go heavier on defense in this draft, but if we do indeed cut Cameron, I hope we seriously consider Hunter Henry, and even more importantly, hope they have a solid plan on fixing the O-line

    • getterdone says:

      Yeah, Oh Henry, he’s the guy we need. He can play OT, OG, & fly down the season like Tony Gonzalez…oh wait, maybe not.

      • Mike E. says:

        Uhhhh, if we need a TE, we need a TE. Henry can block. Will Cameron keep a DE off Tannehill? Will he catch the damn ball on a tough throw over the middle? NO and NO. Henry is the best TE in this draft, and he’s a good 2 dimensional player too, one that can block, and catch

  59. getterdone says:

    Sign Eric Weddle? resign OV, sign a vet OG??? All this over Millertime.
    I just don’t get that line of thinking. Well, I do see OV, because we need experienced proven DE’s and he’s been here, we know what we have in him….but same with Lamar, we know what he’s capable of, he’s now experienced, that we’ve invested time in since drafting him, and he’s PROVEN! PROVEN!

    I like Ajayi, but I’m sorry, he’s not proven yet. He’s got a degenerative knee condition lingering in purgatory ready to claim him at anytime.
    Drafting another RB in the 1st 4 rounds is a waste of draft picks needed for Defense & OL. We spent a pick last year on a RB.

    Keep Millertime!

  60. sb7mvp says:

    crabcakes

  61. getterdone says:

    Mike E, I’m with ya on the Camble. I was watching game with church folks & right away I screamed out as it occurred. “That puss just let the ball go & locked down the win for Denver. He deserves to lose with that non-effort!”

    • Tim Knight says:

      It was Wallace like. Like he was done for the day/evening. We’d kill anyone of our players for doing that especially Tannehill.

  62. Tim Knight says:

    SB7, the game just happened last night. It’s current events. Everyone is talking about it, even people who barely follow sports. It’s water cooler topic and definitely a football blog.

  63. finfanrob says:

    Sheriff, If this is it, there’s one moment I won’t forget.10th grade. Louisiana. At your quarterback camp. You inspired the kid in the green shirt.You inspired me to work hard. To be disciplined. To be respectful. To take notes.You inspired me to love the process. To love the sweat. To love the tears. But most of all …You inspired me to love the game.Thanks, Peyton. If this is it, Thanks.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/russell-wilsons-tribute-to-peyton-manning-is-all-class/ar-BBpfBJm?li=BBnb7Kz

    i think the guy is way way way overrated as a qb but as a class act there is another qb i just watched that could take a lesson or two from him.

  64. Mike E. says:

    Rob

    That was pretty cool of Wilson. He is a class guy.

  65. Tim Knight says:

    We need to see if Gase views Cameron as a key piece to his offense. Obviously after we acquired the genius Lazor he felt it would be good to use the TE we just signed to a 2 year $15M deal as a decoy.

  66. Tim Knight says:

    Lump crab meat for sure, not that breaded filler crap.

  67. Mike E. says:

    Maryland is a good place for crabcakes

    • Tim Knight says:

      LOL, I’ve gotten good ones in many states. I think the Maryland crab cakes are the breaded filler ones anyway. That’s what the Maryland crab cake is. I like nothing but mostly crab meat.

  68. getterdone says:

    Mike, Henry may turn out to be pretty good. May! Maybe in a couple years.
    Don’t look for him to do a whole lot his 1st year or 2, as is with most drafted TE’s.

    Remember Ebron & Amaro were the top TE’s in the draft, rated higher than what Henry is now. Their teams are still waiting for the high draft picks to pay off.

    Keep Cameron. He can play & produce, but like the rest of the offense. His use needs to make SENSE!

    If we for some reason cut Cameron for money reasons, then I still don’t see Henry being the focus in the front half of the draft with the defensive needs.
    As I’ve mentioned before, if forced to draft a TE, I like Jerell Adams, but he is starting to move up….or a later round guy like Jake McGee, Tyler Higbee.

    • Mike E. says:

      “May” applies to very draft pick we make, either an offensive or defensive player. You never know what you’re getting until they play.

      • getterdone says:

        Right, but TE isn’t a position that usually pays dividends straight away. You know how it takes WR’s some time as well.
        Now even OL is a position of struggle as a rookie around the NFL. Due to all the wild offenses in college.

        Certain positions can show pop quicker than other. But it’s a crap shoot between who that player really becomes, his ability to digest more, & more importantly, how he’s coached/used, the type of system he’s in.
        Does it fit where he’s at as a developing player already, will the transition be a natural flow for him, or will he have to re-learn everything he’s been drilled for the past few developmental years?

    • Tim Knight says:

      If we can get the OL settled, my vision has been Tannehill, Miller, Landry, Parker and Cameron. That could be a really good offense.

  69. getterdone says:

    Tim Knight says:
    February 8, 2016 at 8:55 pm
    It was Wallace like. Like he was done for the day/evening. We’d kill anyone of our players for doing that especially Tannehill.
    Reply

    LOL, yeah. Poor Tanny gets castigated as it is for scrapping himself off the turf, and popping all his joints back into place 50x a year.

    • Tim Knight says:

      By the way Cam is in his 5th season and 26 years old, not 21 and just starting. People are giving him a lot of leeway. I really don’t get it. The CAR defense played great, their offense was sub par.

  70. dbolt48 says:

    This Jennings interview is great. Really takes up for Ryan & shovels dirt on the previous regime and their hindering ways:
    http://m.miamidolphins.com

  71. getterdone says:

    Tim Knight says:
    February 8, 2016 at 9:17 pm
    If we can get the OL settled, my vision has been Tannehill, Miller, Landry, Parker and Cameron. That could be a really good offense.
    Reply

    BTW, that’s a good young core that you can go on division title runs for a stretch of several years if used right by the young hungry HC saddling his future to.

  72. finfanrob says:

    mike

    it sure was. it has nothing to do with his football ability but shows the kind of guy he is. like his interview after losing the sb last year. just showed a lot of class. even though that may not mean much to some here, i just thought as a person and a role model the guy shows a lot of class

  73. olddolphan says:

    TIM; Got to agree with your 9:17 post RE: the O-Line being the key. If the tackle from Ole Miss is available at #8 (Tunsil), I say take him!! Most projections have him going 4-6 in round 1. We’ve GOT to draft at least two potential starting O-Linemen in the top 4 rounds. Many believe Tunsil is the best of the lot in this draft.

    • Tim Knight says:

      OD, where does Tunsil play? Albert worked his tail off to come back this year and played in 14 games. James a 2014 #19 pick played both RT and LT as a rookie then suffered a turf toe injury in 2015 and missed half the season. It’s not a talent issue at OT with them or at C with Pouncey with the 2014 hip injury and a late ankle injury. It’s now about getting them all playing together healthy for a year or two and make a run.

      Our guards are the big void talent-wise right now. No proven players there at all.

  74. finfanrob says:

    crab cakes are good but there is nothing at all like a good homemade devil crab.

  75. finfanrob says:

    getterdone says:
    February 8, 2016 at 9:33 pm

    The million dollar question is, What would FFR know about class? 🙄 lol

    probably about as much as you know about a million dollars

    • getterdone says:

      Sooo sadly true. Hell these days I don’t even know about being a thousandaire. Times are tough lately. But this too shall pass. 😦

  76. finfanrob says:

    olddolphan says:
    February 8, 2016 at 9:33 pm

    A devil crab?? Would that be YOU, FFR??

    well yeah, i am a tampa tradition too so yeah

  77. olddolphan says:

    Speaking of “the devil,” I’ll be in Charlotte Thursday night on business. I’ll be there through Sunday. My leather Dolphins “SUPER BOWL VII and VIII CHAMPIONS” jacket will get a work-out b/c the low Saturday night is predicted to be 15 degrees!! Wonder how many of those Carolina hicks have even HEARD of THE PERFECT SEASON???

  78. sb7mvp says:

    Everybody’s talking about it. It’s all the rage.

  79. getterdone says:

    FFR on Tampa Bay.

  80. olddolphan says:

    Time to walk the greyhound and call it a night. Hope Y’all have a great Tuesday. Great Grandpa is OUT!

  81. sb7mvp says:

    I lived in MD 20 years and never ate a crab cake or a crab there.

  82. finfanrob says:

    sb7mvp says:
    February 8, 2016 at 9:53 pm

    I lived in MD 20 years and never ate a crab cake or a crab there.

    what the hell is wrong with you. lol.

    i think the last two times i was in new orleans i ate nothing but soft shelled crabs for lunch and dinner.

  83. sb7mvp says:

    I was raised Jewish

  84. sb7mvp says:

    That and I’m a rebel. I live in the South and only drink unsweetened tea.

  85. Mike E. says:

    Goodnight folks! Cam’s a baby! lol

  86. Mike E. says:

    I was raised Jewish but I’ve eaten crab cakes.

  87. sb7mvp says:

    I just want to clarify that I’m not Jewish I was just raised that way.

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