3 weeks away, what are we doing?

Whatever we do with our 1st pick, I don’t think anyone here should be surprised. I think we can go a multitude of directions. By that, I mean we can stay put at #13 and select whomever we believe is the best player , we could move up and take a player (read QB), or we might even trade back and collect more draft capital. I really have no idea what we’re doing and I definitely don’t have a strong feeling about any particular player that we’re interested in. I’m not always right about who we’re taking, but I usually have a pretty good hunch, even if it’s wrong.

I think many of you that believe we will just be going whole hog on the DL, both DE and DT, and also staying in the trenches with numerous OL. I think you guys are all overlooking the fact that we need a QB. I know we’re supposed to be all in on Tua, but I don’t buy it. We need to upgrade the QB position with some young talent for the future. Fitz is a placeholder, and right now we have Luke Falk and Jake Rudock. I feel very strongly that we are taking a QB in this draft, and it will be no later than RD 3, and very possibly RD 1. Now which QB that is, I really have no idea. I don’t think Haskins is going to make to #13 and I have no reason to believe we’re in love with him enough to trade up to get him. We very well may be, and if we are, GO GET HIM! If there’s one thing we’ve seen here since Dan the man departed in 1999 is that we’ve yet to replace him with the right QB, and thus have been 144-160 AM (After Marino).

It’s definitely not all on the QB, but when you have the right QB, you have the most important player on the field locked up. You build around that. No DE, DT, OT, OG, OC, LB, S, CB, RB, TE, K, P or LS can make that impact. You gotta have the QB, and we don’t have one. It’s time to remedy that. Take one this year, and much like the Cardinals, if you’re not sure about that guy, take another one next year, but find that guy! Having Fitz means if we do take a QB, even in RD 1, that we don’t have to rush them into service immediately. If at some point during the year the QB is ready to go in, then maybe we’ll get a peek at what is to come, but it’s not a necessity. It would also give us a jump start for next year because the QB will know the system having been here a year, even if he doesn’t play. That will make the transition next year much easier.

It’s gonna happen folks, we’re taking a QB whether you want us to or not! Get used to the idea, because it’s happening this draft. Or at least it should.


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1,019 Responses to 3 weeks away, what are we doing?

  1. steveccnv says:

    In years past it always seemed there was so much pressure to win on game day. This year there should be no pressure, just get out there and be competent, follow the game plan, even when down 3 scores, and get better every week.

  2. stangerx says:

    On the does the OL make the QB or the QB the OL debate — can at least guarantee that any OL guys with either Peyton or Marino behind center are gonna have a whole lot better PFF pass pro grades than otherwise.

  3. Randy says:

    We need good players….just go get some. Getting a QB allows you to build around him….but this build is an ongoing process. As I say with every draft, never lock into anything. Be fluid….be ready to change things up if the situation changes. We need a lot…don’t think you HAVE to do anything.

  4. Randy says:

    It is always a symbiotic relationship. To me, I think a really good QB can make a so-so OL look much better but a really good OL will never make a so-so QB look really good.

  5. Rockphin says:

    I delete more posts now-a-days than I hit post comment on.

  6. Rockphin says:

    So, what I think I’m reading is some revisionist history. Is this the case?

    Our O-line is fine and has been fine for 7 years?

  7. Tim Knight says:

    Who’s the other San Antonio LB other than Jayrone Elliott?

  8. D says:

    I think a lot of this is overblown, but reports are that there is a rift between Seattle and Russel Wilson. Would you trad pick 13, if Haskins was available, to Seattle, so they could select him, and take Wilson in trade? I use Haskins because it seems like everyone hear has a hard on for him, but could be any of the top guys.

  9. D says:

    steveccnv says:
    April 9, 2019 at 10:44 am

    In years past it always seemed there was so much pressure to win on game day. This year there should be no pressure, just get out there and be competent, follow the game plan, even when down 3 scores, and get better every week.
    Thats what i have been saying. All i care to see out there is a football team tht looks like they have their shit together, im not expecting to see us have an explosive offense or shut down defense, i just dont wanna look like a bunch of ass clowns out there playing a game of grab ass.

  10. D says:

    Damn poor Tyrone Holmes. Just for a 16 day period in 2017, he was cut and re-signed 3 times. Id be like are you guys fucking for real. 7 times in the course of 3 years.

  11. D says:

    Panthers singed Farty Duarte.

  12. D says:

    NFL.com draft analyst Lance Zierlein had a similar report over the weekend, writing Haskins’ perceived draft stock has been “more media created than team driven.” Expected to be the second quarterback off the board behind Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray for most of the process, it now appears as if Missouri’s Drew Lock and Duke’s Daniel Jones have a real shot of jumping Haskins on draft day. It would be a surprise if all four are not selected on Day 1.

  13. D says:

    Joey Mbu DL, Miami Dolphins
    Dolphins signed NT Joey Mbu, formerly of the San Antonio Commanders.

    The Dolphins have now added five players from the defunct league including former Mbu teammates Kenneth Farrow, Tyrone Holmes, and Jayrone Elliott. Mbu has made nine appearances in the NFL for both the Falcons and Colts, but he was out of the league last season.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Sure seems like we’re transitioning to a 3-4 even if base isn’t primary.

      • D says:

        What they have said, at least in my interpretation of it, is that they plan on being in different formations through out the game, but they may., game to game, also switch their base scheme depending on the opponent and their strategy for them. So i think there is a little bit to both a fluid base formation and a fluid down and distance call formation that we will see.

  14. Mike E. says:

    Tim – I keep seeing posts here insinuating how bad this QB draft class is, and how much better next year’s is. You must have seen those posts.

    • Mike E. says:

      BTW – I also don’t get why SEA would want to unload Russell Wilson, it makes no sense at all

      • D says:

        What i got from the articles i have read is Russell Wilson is kind of irritated with them and they with him, the deadline that he gave was a glimpse to the outside world that things aren’t kosher behind the scenes, but again, that could be the media taking that one event and making a helluva lot more out of it.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Yeah but does it matter what any of us think? This time of year too many fans put themselves in boxes and limit what we could do in the draft. They set themselves up for disappointment. We need more than one offseason and draft to turn this team around. Go with the flow.

    • D says:

      I definitely do not feel that anything i have heard that our FO has said that QB is not in the mix. I think they will take a guy if there is a guy they like and they have already said there are QB prospects they feel that way about in this draft. They didn’t say which ones, obviously, but its about as likely, in my opinion to hear us call a QB’s name at 13 as not.

  15. Tim Knight says:

    D, what you said about the media making a helluva lot more out of it with Russell Wilson is exactly what they did with the Rodgers/McCarthy rift. Rodgers addressed the issue and called most of it BS. He said he loves Mike McCarthy and that he was instrumental in his success. He didn’t have to say that and go that far but he did.

    • D says:

      Yeah, and i feel the media does that a lot. With the Rodgers McCarthy one i tend to believe it a little more. Its probably embellished some but i think the root of it was true since it was backed up by a lot of player who put their names down to be quoted as having said it. Still, like i said im pretty distrustful of the media in general so i tend to lean towards embellishment as a given and outright overblown as a high likelihood as well.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Rodgers addressed those players as insignificant. LOL

        He said in any long term relationship with someone there is going to be disagreements and some arguments. Which is true for all of us.

  16. Tim Knight says:

  17. stangerx says:

    “Dolphins announce they have been allocated Durval Queiroz Neto, a 6-4, 325-pound DT from Brazil, on their 90-man roster as part of NFL’s International Player Pathway Program.”

    Least the big guy should be used to the heat.

    • Mike E. says:

      Not sure if I read the article correctly but it seemed to say he couldn’t be on our roster this year, but that might be if we put him on the PS, which would allow our PS roster to be 11 due to an exception because he’s an Int’l player

      • Tim Knight says:

        Yes he can make the 53 but if he’s put on the PS he cannot be called up in 2019.

      • Rockphin says:

        Each of the four AFC East clubs will carry an additional international player on their practice squads in 2019 as part of an expansion of the International Player Pathway program. After training camp, the players are eligible for an international player practice squad exemption, granting them an 11th practice squad member that is ineligible to be activated during the 2019 season.

  18. Rockphin says:

    stangerx says:
    April 9, 2019 at 11:43 am
    OL has sucked since Bullygate. Did you see anyone saying different?


    No one creditable. **cough cough Son of son of cough cough**

  19. D says:

    The WR they just signed is a big dude 6’3 215. Wonder if they might actually be interested in DK Metcalf like some of the rumors i have heard about us having him as a potential at 13.

  20. D says:

    Tim Knight says:
    April 9, 2019 at 1:16 pm

    Rodgers addressed those players as insignificant. LOL

    He said in any long term relationship with someone there is going to be disagreements and some arguments. Which is true for all of us.
    I agree with that, something though definitely felt off about that teams chemistry for a while though. Maybe thats why its striking true with me.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I think sometimes it’s simply time for a change. The Packers lost their mojo the past few seasons.

  21. CavalierKong says:

    Multiple players and FO people gave their names, were quoted and sourced, D. Definitely some truth there. Not everybody lies about everything all the time. That’s only the case if the person in question is your fav.

    Don’t worry, Tim. Your Rodgers fathead won’t tarnish. Rodgers is still one of the best ever even if he’s a douche, lol. 😉 J/BB

  22. D says:

    Rockphin says:
    April 9, 2019 at 1:20 pm

    Each of the four AFC East clubs will carry an additional international player on their practice squads in 2019 as part of an expansion of the International Player Pathway program. After training camp, the players are eligible for an international player practice squad exemption, granting them an 11th practice squad member that is ineligible to be activated during the 2019 season.
    NFL needs a minor league system for this reason right here. Taking in players who might be on the cusp of NFL ability but need time to develop. I really was hoping to see the AAF be that.

    • D says:

      Well i was hoping to see the AAF progress to be that, eventually having be AAF team for each NFL club.

    • Rockphin says:

      they have tried and scrapped a couple different options for a developmental league. NFL Europe was one. (Rein Fire was my team)

  23. Rockphin says:

    Mike E. says:
    April 9, 2019 at 11:35 am
    Whatcha mean? You write something and then decide to delete it?


    Yes, basically.

    Sometimes I don’t want to get sucked into a repetitive argument that I won months ago with you know, like FACTS AND STATS but I feel the need to respond to asinine posts so I type up the response and then after reading it. Delete it.

  24. bailbondmike says:

    I think RB Farrow was another good pick up for RB depth.

    OROB, he is your between the tackles guy. 5’9″ 220+. I remember him from watching him play against Memphis. He is not a burner but has good instincts, balance and power.


  25. ElephantRider says:


    Its common knowledge ARod is a dick. Also, McCarthy sucked.

  26. Mike E. says:

    Tim – Yeah, I’d probably scream if Haskins fell to us and we traded out . I’d get over it, I always do. lol

    • Tim Knight says:

      LOL, I’d have more of an issue if we took a WR in the 1st rd.

      • Mike E. says:

        That would make me lose complete confidence in all things Dolphins.

      • Tim Knight says:

        That would go against the rebuild philosophy of building the trenches and finding a QB. Those are the areas that we really need to become a contender. I think we can compete with the WRs we have.

  27. wyoming85 says:

  28. stangerx says:

    Am I the only one who Rachel from cardholder services and her friends has a crush on? That girl is like the crazy-ex you just can’t get rid of. Tried hitting the button to get no more calls, talked to them and asked (quick OK and hang up) and now answer every so often just to take up a lot of time with the Indian guys hoping will get me on the do not call list.

    Played one enough that after being all nice when asking what he needed that after giving a fake credit card # he said “what I need is you to send me your daughter so I can F her.”

    Is there a solution to this? Here is on cells now instead of just landlines.

    • Rockphin says:

      My personal phone I don’t even answer anymore. I look at it. if it doesn’t come up with a name I have programmed I do not even answer.

      High! I am calling because you recently requested information on health insurance
      Hello, don’t hang up, we are calling because you recently filled out a request…
      High, this is so and so from “your credit card company” , there is nothing wrong with your account but….

      It should not only be illegal, it should be a capital crime! They should be beaten to death with a rubber hose.

    • Tim Knight says:

      You have to give them a taste of their own medicine. You should have said: “Well I don’t have a daughter, but I’m currently face f’n your mother and my dog is doing her in the ass as we speak.”

    • stangerx says:

      So do we just give in? You’d at least think the folks in Silicon Valley could figure out a way to get the caller ID system secure. I’ve been called by me….. name and phone number.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Are they doing this from other countries?

      • stangerx says:

        Absolutely, but they have a way to spoof caller IDs. With the ones not as good at it get a number with my area code but an “out of area” instead of a name.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Kind of hard to prosecute or stop it then. They probably move around a lot like those stock guys ripping people off do.

      • stangerx says:

        If there is a solution has to come on the tech side. Might be as simple as noting any number calling more then 10 people in a single minute. Would be a start at least.

  29. Rockphin says:

    Tim Knight says:
    April 9, 2019 at 2:44 pm
    LOL, I’d have more of an issue if we took a WR in the 1st rd.

    What if the WR had a really great family?

  30. Rockphin says:

    pheloniusphish says:
    April 9, 2019 at 2:49 pm
    Just be selective who you argue with.


    It doesn’t matter. I mean it OBVIOUSLY says Yanny but they are going to insist it says Laurel. There just is no cure for stupid.

  31. naplesfan2010 says:

    I disagree with Omar about Farrow being just a camp body. He has a legit shot at the 53.
    The rest, yeah maybe so, but he has a game we need at a position we are light on.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Let them all compete and let their performance decide who makes it and who doesn’t. Omar doesn’t know this as fact. Jayrone Elliott has had the most success at the NFL level.

  32. naplesfan2010 says:

    I like the phone message that starts “Pls hold for an operator …”
    Do they actually have any success with that?

    • stangerx says:

      They wouldn’t do it if didn’t work. At least enough stupid ass americans out there that they get enough credit card numbers. Think they are searching for the mentally ill and dementia crew at this point. Haven’t gotten the Windows alert folks in a while though. Maybe that one is better done by just hacking now.

  33. Tim Knight says:

    The only thing I don’t want to feel like in this draft is perplexed. LOL

  34. naplesfan2010 says:

    I was so psyched after last year’s great draft that now I am confident we can get a pack of good players again this year.

    • Tim Knight says:

      The thing that interests me the most is the type of prospect we target. So far from what we’ve seen even with the long shot types we recently signed and who we’ve shown interest in for the draft is, very big DT/NT and 6-3 250 range edge guys. I want to see if that continues.

      • naplesfan2010 says:

        I think if we had a true NT guy (but in the modern [quicker, nimbler] mold of Dex Lawrence, not the old Paul Soliai mold), then we could go with Godchaux and Vince (or Spence) as Bigs @ DE and put Harris @ OLB (w/ another Von Miller / Jason Taylor / Cam Wake type guy on the other side of the line). Probably Jerome Baker could be that guy or Kiko on some down and distance situations. Leave Raekwonn in the middle.

        That would be an awesome run-safe, multiple pressure point 3-4 with up the gut penetrators and high speed first step guys off the edge.

  35. ocalarob says:

    if you had a choice right now who would you rather have Tua or Haskins?

    • pheloniusphish says:


    • Tim Knight says:

      Tua is generally believed to already be the #1 pick a year before he comes out. Haskins is all over the place as far as grades go in this draft.

      As for me, I find it difficult to evaluate QBs especially ones on powerhouse teams. They play so many uncontested games.

  36. pheloniusphish says:

    Rock – There’s always that special kind of stupid.

  37. pheloniusphish says:

    ORob – Got on the Bulletproof Coffee train. Good shit.

  38. Tim Knight says:

    Naples, Dexter Lawrence is a lot like Paul Solai 6-4 340+ and not much of a pass rusher.

    • naplesfan2010 says:

      OMG Dex is a salsa dancer compared to Soliai.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Soliai ran a faster 40 time and was actually a solid interior DL in the NFL. Dex hasn’t played an NFL down. I have no idea if he’ll be really good or just okay. I like Wilkins over him as a more versatile DL.

  39. pheloniusphish says:

    Tua at least plays in the SEC where the competition and quality is high. And he has more starting experience.

  40. pheloniusphish says:

    I’m kinda with Randy – Even if you take one high this year, take another next if he’s available. You can always trade one.

    • stangerx says:

      QB is that important, especially with the not so new pass friendly rules. Real sick of “but what about Trent Dilfer?”

    • Tim Knight says:

      Weren’t you the guy who said Rosen should be worth no more than a 3rd rd pick? So use the #13 pick and another 1st the following year for a QB to depreciate the value of one of them in a year or two? No guarantee the QB you chose to be the guy is elite or a franchise QB.

  41. Tim Knight says:

    Phish, you can’t evaluate a rookie QB on a bad team after one season.

  42. ocalarob says:

    pheloniusphish says:
    April 9, 2019 at 4:18 pm
    ORob – Got on the Bulletproof Coffee train. Good shit.
    Lost 40lbs since march 1st, still on it!

  43. son of a son of a shula says:

    You guys are crazy, Haskins is a way better prospect than Tua. Tua is small and he gets smaller the bigger the game. No thanks. Plus he’s lefty, yuck 🤢

  44. ocalarob says:

    I would take Haskins over Tua

  45. Mike E. says:

    Haskins is available now, so he’s better for us!

  46. Tim Knight says:

    Love the QB debates. With the 13th selection in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select Christian Wilkins, defensive lineman, Clemson. LOL

    • Mike E. says:

      Listen, we ALL know we need a QB, so it’s just a matter of when at this point. I don’t care if we take one in the 4th as long as we treat him like we took him RD1 pick 1 and we groom him to be the guy. It’s time for this franchise to get the QB spot right, and settle that.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I agree. Nobody knows if a 2nd or 4th rd pick QB ends up being better than the projected 1st rd guys. It will be fun to watch it play out.

        The reason I’m promoting Christian Wilkins is because he’s a senior with very good DL ability, high character and leadership qualities. Our DL coach Marion Hobby coached him as a young pup at Clemson and here he is in the 1st rd of the NFL Draft. I view him as a safe and quality pick of need at #13.

  47. mf13ss says:

    This is nice!
    GO D-WADE!

  48. ocalarob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    April 9, 2019 at 6:38 pm
    Love the QB debates. With the 13th selection in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select Christian Wilkins, defensive lineman, Clemson. LOL

    Solid choice, hey you were right about Minkah.

    • Tim Knight says:

      It wasn’t just me, he was a no-brainer for most of us who follow football and the NFL Draft. LOL

      • ocalarob says:

        If i recall Minkah was not suppose to last that long… how is that a no brainer?
        a lot of people had us taking Vita Veh or raekwon mcmillan,

      • ocalarob says:

        roquan smith…the guy that went to the bears

  49. Tim Knight says:

    If you look at our division, we’re going to be facing quality running games from all three teams. Both speed and power. We’ve got speed on defense in the back end. We need more power upfront. We need depth. When you start signing guys off the street midseason it’s not a good thing.

  50. ocalarob says:

    I just hope Ballage can be our feature RB because Drake certainly can’t fit that role.

  51. ocalarob says:

    SEASON AVG 1ST DOWN RUNNING (runs under 10 yards)
    FRANK GORE 34 attempts 4.29 YPC
    DRAKE 22 attempts 2.66 YPC

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      Then Tannehill threw one behind Parker who was wide open then he threw the one yard pass on 3rd and 6 that goes for 3 yds…

  52. son of a son of a shula says:

    Haack became a pretty good punter last year. He had enough opportunities.

    * Haack became the first punter who punter more in games than in practice…

  53. Tim Knight says:

    ORob, Minkah was no doubt a top 10 pick and graded top 5 by a lot of draffniks. He fell to us at #11. That was a no-brainer.

    Howard, Minkah, McMillan and Baker are core young players on defense moving forward. The same with Godchaux, Taylor and Harris.

    I say Harris because I do believe this new regime will find the best role for him. They are more defensive minded. Look for us to move him around – not go mano-a-mano against big tackles most of the time.

  54. This team has a history of carrying a lot of udfa’s on the 53. Of course, that could change with the new regime but I don’t believe it will. I think most of these new guys they just picked up have a legit shot at being on the 53 when the season starts including Farrow, Elliot, Holmes and Dunn.

    They are creating competition in areas of need rather than going out and doing the same old thing of signing old washed up vets to two year contracts and penciling them in as starters without any competition for the positions.

    Yeah, these guys may not start but when I look at it I’d have to say if these guys are reserves we’re in a lot better position if someone goes down than we’ve been in the past.

    I’m liking what I see so far. JMHO

  55. Tim Knight says:

    Lou, the Pats have shown everyone you don’t need top shelf WRs to win. You need gamers.

    • that may be so but it doesn’t hurt to have a guy that db’s can’t cover. lol

      anyways, I’m liking what I see so far from our brass and I just keep thinking to myself that if it were the Pats making these same moves everyone would be like “wow, look at what the Patriots are doing”.

      We’re adding some good talent to our roster. I’m still convinced that between the draft, udfa signings after the draft and any additional free agents we sign after cuts our roster is going to be a lot more solid than it looks right now.

      The “sky is falling” or “tanking” narrative is just so ridiculous to me at this point. If we were signing these guys with Gase here I wouldn’t even care because I know they wouldn’t even get a shot but with this group of coaches I believe we’re going to get the best from the talent we’re bringing in. Just like the Pats did in drafting a DE out of ARK in the 4th rd who was the highest paid free agent this offseason.

    • but, more to your point, that’s why I like Olamide Zaccheaus so much

  56. I don’t believe for a second that this regime is going to wait until 2020 to take a shot at a quarterback. It was just reported yesterday that they DID “check in” with the Cardinals concerning Rosen. That, to me, says they’re going to be more aggressive in getting their qb than a lot of people think they are.

    I just don’t believe they’re going to leave anything to chance because if they wait until next year and can’t get into position to get their guy and lose out they come away holding their ballsacks and have nothing to show for it. Then, they look like a bunch of incompetent idiots for failing to get their guy. Or, on the other hand, they could end up having to sell the farm to get a qb. I’m not buying it.

  57. mf13ss says:

    I can already see that a whole lot of people here are going to crap on Chris Grier if we don’t draft a QB early this year… or if we don’t make a deal for Josh Rosen. SMH

    • ElephantRider says:

      Not me

    • If Haskins falls to 13 and he passes and either picks a different player at that spot or trades back and then fails to get a qb in 2020 because he miscalculated the team’s ability to get one he is going to have a lot to answer for.

      Or they may end up needing to give up a lot more next year to get one because of where they sit in the draft order.

      I’m not necessarily advocating for a trade up this year because I’d be happy with someone like Grier as well but if his franchise qb falls into his lap at 13 he’s got to take him.

  58. naplesfan2010 says:

    Dwayne Wade
    doin’ it the right way.

  59. ocalarob says:

    Bullet proof coffee is percolating.

  60. naplesfan2010 says:

    I feel bad about seeming to denigrate Paul Soliai, who was (is) one of my all time favorite Miami players. Big Pauly was fun to watch and gave 100%, and he anchored a stout (pardon the pun) DLine that had great stats against the run.

    I was trying to use him as an example of what I think and hope the new HC (a defensive guy) is amiing to accomplish by giving away all of our lighter DEs that could not be changed to OLB in a 3-4, while talking up Harris, who apparently is thought to be able to be useful as more of a pure edge rusher.

    In the Soliai defense we had big 285 lb DEs to set the edge against the run. None of the 3 DL got big sack numbers, but our OLBs got double digit sacks. This equates to NE, who has featured that personnel array going back to Vrabel and Woolfork and right through the last SB.

    No mere TEs can seal that edge NE sets.

  61. ocalarob says:

    looks like we play jacksonville …the bucs….atlanta and N.O. in pre season.

  62. wyoming85 says:

  63. Mike E. says:

    M – I’m definitely not going to crap on Grier if we don’t take a QB early. In fact, I might not crap on him if he doesn’t take a QB at all, but I will be surprised and disappointed. Now if we go through the 2020 draft as well w/o taking a QB, there’s gonna be a problem, but I can’t see that happening.

    What would probably disappoint me most would be if Dwayne Haskins was available for us at #13 and we passed, but I’ll get over it.

  64. Rockphin says:

    How do you guys think the Dallas fans felt when their front office decided to go with un-drafted Tony Romo as QB? If my memory serves me they had Testeverde as a vet journeyman the year they signed Romo as a UDFA and then Drew Bledsoe the following year as he sat and learned. Then the following year it was Romo’s show.

    Will you guys lose your minds if Flores decides to go with Falk or the other guy after a year with Fitz at the helm?

  65. Rockphin says:

    I’m not saying that Falk or Rudock will develop into “the guy” but what if the coaches feel one of them can / is?

  66. wyoming85 says:

    As much as I hate the QB talk and over drafting one!

    What this regime does at QB will define them!

    I would like them to get it right! Hope they get it right! Pray they get it right!
    Sacrifice small animals to the football gods for them to get it right! 😉

    • stangerx says:

      My only real hope on it is that they don’t do like an RB3 trade-up and put all our eggs in one basket. If gonna put that much capitol in the position — put it in two guys, even if turns out to be two firsts in a row.

  67. mf13ss says:

  68. Mike E. says:


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