Looks like somebody’s been reading us

By: ChiefenWalker

 

5 TARGETS FOR THE DRAFT

By: Michael Pellegrini – yahoo.com

 

The Miami Dolphins hold the #12 pick in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft. The team has 11 draft picks (including 5 in the first 3 rounds) in all. After addressing the wide receiver position this offseason, the biggest positional needs for the Dolphins now are cornerback, offensive tackle and pass rusher. Since, as mentioned, the team has 5 picks in the first 3 rounds, it is conceivable that the Dolphins could trade up from #12 if they fall in love with a prospect. With all of that said, here are 5 targets for the Dolphins in order of needs.

 

1. Cornerback

 

The Dolphins inked free agent cornerback Brent Grimes to a one-year deal the other day. The move could turn out to be a steal if Grimes comes back healthy from his ACL injury. Even so, the Dolphins need to add help at corner. Most mock drafts have the Dolphins taking FloridaState cornerback Xavier Rhodes with their first round pick. As of right now, that looks like it will be the pick, considering the fact that the secondary is the team’s biggest weakness and that he is the second best cornerback in the draft, behind Alabama’s Dee Milliner. Milliner will likely go in the top ten. There is a chance that a team could draft Rhodes ahead of Miami which would lead the team to look to other alternatives since I do not think they would take another cornerback at #12.

 

2. Offensive Tackle

 

This year’s NFL Draft seems to be loaded with tackles. That is a good sign for the Dolphins considering they have a hole at one of the tackle spots after losing Jake Long to free agency. The Dolphins may take care of that need by addressing it in free agency before the draft, though. Right tackle Eric Winston is still available and is apparently interested in signing with the team. If they signed Winston, it would allow the Dolphins to shift Jonathan Martin to left tackle. I think it makes the most sense for them to sign a veteran like Winston and then draft his potential successor, such as Oregon’s Kyle Long, in a later round.

 

3. Pass Rusher

 

The Miami Dolphins have not seemed to be too interested in any of the available veteran pass rushers, despite each player’s thin market. This leads me to believe that they are looking to draft a pass rusher this year. Defensive end Cameron Wake needs help on the other side as he is constantly double teamed. There should be plenty of options for the Dolphins at #12, including LSU’s Barkevious Mingo.

 

4. Safety

 

The Dolphins brought back incumbent starter Chris Clemons on a one-year deal which signals that they would like to upgrade at safety opposite Reshad Jones, who had a breakout year in 2012. Clemons is a solid player but the Dolphins lack playmakers in the secondary which is why they should take a look at drafting a safety in the first few rounds. I do not think that any of the safeties are worth being drafted at #12 but they could be able to draft one like Florida’s Matt Elam in the second round.

 

5. Tight End

 

The Dolphins already signed Dustin Keller to a one-year deal near the start of free agency but, as the New England Patriots have shown, multiple tight ends are vital in the NFL now. Therefore, Notre Dame’s Tyler Eifert could be an option for the Dolphins. It is more likely that they would trade down for him, though.

 

The bottom line is simple: the Miami Dolphins need to hit with their #12 pick. They need a player that can start right away and make a difference. Ideally, that player would be at a skill position. In the end, FloridaState cornerback Xavier Rhodes looks like he is their guy.

 

Everyone knows the Chiefen loves him some Rhodes, so here’s one with Trufant.

 

Miami Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland has channeled his inner Dan Snyder this off-season, throwing gobs of cash at big-name free agents, scheduling visits with seemingly every notable player available, and making it known that the Dolphins are ready to seriously contend behind the second-year duo of head coach Joe Philbin and quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

 

They did, however, lose cornerback Sean Smith on the open market, and could be on the lookout for a replacement early in the 2013 NFL Draft.

 

Team

Player

Position

Height

Weight

Class

Miami Dolphins

Desmond Trufant, Washington

CB

6’0″

190

SR

Kevin Nogle: “With all of their free agency moves, the   Dolphins have opened this spot to just about any pick. Guys like Jonathan   Cooper, Lane Johnson and Sheldon Richardson are all worthy of looks here, but   I think this comes down to West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin or   Trufant. I would not be surprised at all for Miami to take Austin, which would bring a ton of speed to an offense   that has sorely missed it the past few years. However, with Mike Wallace,   Brian Hartline, Davone Bess and Brandon Gibson, the wide receiver position is   starting to back up. Rumors that the team could be looking to trade Bess   would open the pick back up to Austin, but for now, I don’t see it – even if he is the   pick I, personally, would like the most.”Instead, I think Miami looks to shore up their biggest need remaining,   cornerback. With Dee Milliner off the board, Trufant and FloridaState’s Xavier Rhodes are the best corners available. I don’t think the   Dolphins will look at Rhodes, as he’s not a fit for the system they are trying   to build, especially after Sean Smith struggled. Rhodes appears best in a press coverage type of defense, while Trufant is at   home in man-to-man or zone schemes. Trufant’s instincts and coverage ability   will be exactly what the Dolphins want. He holds his own against bigger wide   receivers, and his closing speed will help with the quicker wide receivers.   He is not afraid of contact and will be an asset in run defense as well as in   coverage, something that is important to the Dolphins.

 

“Don’t be surprised if the Dolphins throw the first curveball of the draft, especially after the free agency   period we have seen, but most likely, Trufant tops Austin come April.”  Here’s our own Dan Kadar to break down the pick:

 

I’m not quite as confident the Dolphins will be looking at a wide receiver after giving big money to Mike Wallace and re-signing Brian Hartline. For a team that hasn’t made the playoffs since 2008, investing multiple times at the same position in one offseason would be unwise.  In our scenario, the best pick is probably Lane Johnson. While Jonathan Martin could move to the left side, the whole line could be bolstered by a player of Johnson’s caliber. It’s much like Chargers pick. The offensive tackle group drops off after Johnson. The cornerback class is deep this year. There’s going to be a few good ones to choose from when Miami comes up in the second round.  That’s the third and final pick today, so we’ll see y’all bright and early Wednesday morning for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and pick No. 13.

 

Top 5 Players Remaining

 

# Player Pos. College Ht. Wt.
5 Sheldon Richardson * DT Missouri 6’3″ 294
11 Bjoern Werner * DE FloridaState 6’3″ 266
12 Jonathan Cooper OG North     Carolina 6’2″ 311
13 Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma 6’6″ 303
15 Arthur Brown LB KansasState 6’0″ 241

 

2013 SB Nation NFL Writers’ Mock Draft Results

 

No. Team Player Pos. College
1 Kansas     City Chiefs Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M
2 Jacksonville Jaguars Geno Smith QB West     Virginia
3 Oakland Raiders Sharrif Floyd DT Florida
4 Philadelphia Eagles Eric Fisher OT Central    Michigan
5 Detroit Lions Ezekiel Ansah DE BYU
6 Cleveland Browns Dion Jordan OLB Oregon
7 Arizona Cardinals Barkevious Mingo OLB LSU
8 Buffalo Bills Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia
9 New     York Jets Chance Warmack OG Alabama
10 Tennessee Titans Dee Milliner CB Alabama
11 San     Diego   Chargers Star Lotulelei DT Utah
12 Miami Dolphins Desmond Trufant CB Washington

 

Once again, why this site is the world’s leading braintrust in everything regarding your Miami Dolphins. Plus, we have humor… and titties.

 

 

781 Responses to Looks like somebody’s been reading us

  • professorlou says:

    I could find a place on my team for this guy:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5j0d70QAMg

    Former USC Trojan Linebacker and current New Mexico Highlands Linebacker Jordan Campbell. Campbell transferred from USC but it wasn’t due to being kicked off the team. The kid is a beast.

  • professorlou says:

    Check this shit out:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yL4R8tKbaZY

    He benches 225lbs 39 times and squats 585.

  • Walker says:

    Every day it’s a new one. I wouldn’t mind this pick but don’t think it’s realistic

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfp-mock-draft-version-10-042027805–nfl.html

    • professorlou says:

      Some very surprising first round picks in there: Sly Williams, Cyprien, Taylor. Williams is the biggest surprise. I hope he doesn’t go that high because I thought we’d have a chance at him in the 2nd rd/

  • Walker says:

    Menelik Watson is the new hot hand. Man, how many players in the draft (FSU especially) have minimal years of experience and are slated for the 1st Round now

  • SB7MVP says:

    I honestly don’t care who the pick is as long as it’s not QB and he doesn’t stink. I have a feeling it’s DT though.

  • Fist Pump says:

    What the hell are you thinking? You’re not a true fan! How dare you!! lol

  • Fist Pump says:

    Walker – I’d do a happy dance if Milliner fell to us at 12. Dont think its happening though. I’d be surprised if he makes it past the stej at the latest…

  • The Flying Pig says:

    I am all about BPA and not needs

    These are the 4 players I think have a shot of falling to us (but are not likely to) that we should take in this order if they are there

    1. Star Lotulelei
    2. Cordarelle Patterson
    3. Lane Johnson
    4. Eznekiel Ansah

    I think these 4 guys have a shot at being dominant at their respective positions. Maybe not right away but in 2014 and 2015 they will probably make their impact. Really the only one of these 3 I expect to make an impact out of the gates is Lotulelei…but reagrldess they are pretty good

    In terms of Lane Johnson, I think Fisher and Joeckel will be better in their first couple of years but Johnson has a shot to be better in the long run. I would include Fisher and Joeckel – except I don;t think that is realistic. They will be gone before 12. Johnson is the only OT with a shot at falling to 12

    If any of these guys fall to 12 I take one of them. If two or more fall to 12 I take them in order of ranking
    I don’t care about need

    I would not trade up for any of these 3 under any cirmstances
    We should just sit at 12 and see what happens

    if these 4 are off the board, I think you get into looking at guys like Rhodes, Trufant and Watson maybe Cooper if he is there
    but I think its a reach for any of those guys and I would prefer to trade back and see if we can pick up a 2nd or 3rd

    I really like the guys I see going from 25-75. So multiple picks there can make us a realyy good team

    This draft is not so elite at the top 10
    the best players are potentially good down the line
    but I don;t see players at the top that are elite
    but Day 2 will be full of names we will hear on a regular basis on sundays IMO

    • Jahndoh says:

      One of those names stands out to me as a guy who’s not slated to go top 10 in more then a single digit percentage of mocks/top 100 lists that exists (and he’s ranked above two names that are going top 10 in 80-90% of the mocks/lists out there). On the other 3 I think what you say is very reasonable.

  • Walker says:

    Good morning folks and pig,
    I believe Monday we’ll start our draft contest for shits and giggles. Chiefen’s too broke for a contest prize so we’ll play it for pride

  • David says:

    The Mocks are all over, this means Miami did so well In FA, no one really knows who we will pick in the draft.

  • The Flying Pig says:
  • The Flying Pig says:

    Ben Volin ‏@BenVolinPBP 24m Dolphins are hosting their Local Prospect Workout this morning with a few dozen South Florida kids, including Jonathan Cyprien & Jon Bostic

    *************************

    Bostic Bitches!

    • Old Dolfan says:

      Too bad Ireland didn’t do this last year. Think T.Y. Hilton and Alfred Morris.

      • The Flying Pig says:

        He had his eye on TY Hilton
        He was just thinking 4th round – not 3rd and Indy santched him in the 3rd

        remember he tried to acquire TY Hilton as partt of the Vonate trade
        TY Hilton was on his radar

        Morris, porbably not – I mean he already nabbed Miller, so…

  • Walker says:

    Absolutely David. It’s a great problem to have. Right now I’d say it’s Johnson or Rhodes but really I have no clue what they are thinking, nor who could fall to us

  • Old Dolfan says:

    While I’m on record as favoring Lane Johnson (even if we have to move up to get him) I’m OK with taking a DB or pass rusher who we can plug in from day 1. Even Patterson would work for me.

    Another DOMER Tight End will NOT work for me. Fellow overrated DOMER T’eo will also make me run for toilet bowl!! –I think Philbin and his staff are too smart to allow this to happen.

    So from the group of Johnson, an ace DB, a stud pass rusher or Patterson I think somebody will still be there at #12 that will make us happy.

    • Old Dolfan says:

      PS–Nice analysis, Walker.

      As I read your effort, I wondered to myself “Which round should we pick a superior pair of BOOBS?” –Then I remembered, “We’ve already done that. We took Vontae Davis and Sean Smith at the top of the same draft!!!

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Piggy, I dig your 4 guys if they fell scenario, I’d be happy with any of them.

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    “The cardiac evaluation Star Lotulelei underwent was thorough and comprehensive. It is therefore concluded that it is safe for him to participate in professional athletics without restrictions.”

    I hope some (or at least 11) teams are still scared.

    • Al in NJ says:

      Maybe the Fins could be interested in trading up to get him instead of what everyone else thinks is a OT or CB. Hell, I wouldn’t exclude trading up for Ansah either.

      • son of a son of a shula says:

        It’s possible, I guess it all depends how strongly they feel about him. Star is a stud for sure.

      • The Flying Pig says:

        I don;t want to trade up for anyone

        but Lotulelei is the one I think is worth it

        Unlike the others, he is ready now

  • Al in NJ says:

    son of a son of a shula says:
    April 3, 2013 at 9:16 am

    I would run to the podium with his name if he is there at 12.
    ————-
    Same here.

    Piggy, I would also probably include DT Sheldon Richardson (Mizzou) as a possible BPA candidate at 12.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I have him with Rhodes, Trufant, Eiffert, Austin, Hopkins and Watson and that tier
      although I don;t think he is as big as a reach as the others

      he is not a guy that i look at and say – forget about trading down if he is there

      I don;t think Richardson is int he same calls as Lotulelei

      I think Lotulelei si the best player int he draft
      and the only elite player

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Can anyone find out if the UCF kids are going to the Dolphin Local Prospect Workout today, thanks

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Off to Court

    Catch you guys later

  • Al in NJ says:

    Speaking of Lotulelei, there’s LB John Lotulelei from UNLV who I like as a late rounder for OLB. He seems to play with good passion and instincts (flies to his target).

  • Old Dolfan says:

    SON-OF-A-SUN; I would HOPE UCF players were invited to south Florida Pro-Day.

    Here’s a message for IRELAND IF he enjoys fucking around with The New York Jets as much as I do; –It’s common knowledge the Jets have worked out Florida Atlantic’s QB Graham Wilbert AT LEAST TWICE in the last month. It’s likely they’ll take him with a late round draft pick.

    Why NOT invite Wilbert to Pro Day and then keep him LATE for MORE WORKOUTS?? –mAYBE A FOLLOW-UP WORKOUT A COUPLE OF DAYS LATER?

    Even if the Dolphins have little/NO interest in Wilbert, just working him out might cause the Jets to burn a 4th /5th round pick on him instead of getting him in the last two rounds, or perhaps in free agency.

    The DEVIL MADE ME DO THIS!!~!~!

  • SixThree0ne says:

    Some guys were called back to Indy for follow-up testing by the NFL medical staff, I’m trying to find out if Star was one of the guys called back. I would assume he would be no.1 on a list of callbacks, but I can’t find a list of the guys called back.

  • Mike E. says:

    Good morning all !

    This is not the first time nobody has a real handle on what Ireland was going to do in the draft. Most of us had our favorites only to go “WTF” when the pick came in. Last year, most of thought Tannehill, and the year previous, most thought Pouncey. Otherwise, we have been all over the place wrong.

    The nice thing about this year is I don’t believe we have major pressing needs, so we do have flexibility as to what we do.

    I said it last night, but that Path to the Draft show disappointed me. They don’t any more about our team than we do, and I would say most of them know less.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    It would seem as though taking a RB in the early-mid rounds is the latest fad by many a Phin fans/mocksters. I’m not sure how I feel about that. We’ve got Millertime, DT3, Thigpen, and Gray in-house. I really want a blocker/bruiser, but we’ve got that in DT3.

    I guess it all comes down to what the FO thinks about DT3 (who we selected in the 2nd Round) right now. Have we learned our lesson about taking RBs early?

    • SixThree0ne says:

      We can find a big back later in the draft for short yardage situations, it would be a waste to pick a bruiser back as a change of pace guy in the top 4 rounds, especially with how RB is looked at as a disposal position AND we got Miller in the 4th rd.

  • Mike E. says:

    M13,

    I hope we have. There are some nice players at other positions we need in the 3rd RD, I hope they use them wisely.

    • Old Dolfan says:

      Mike E and 6-3-1; When someone mentions “Dolphins running backs” the first word that comes to my mind is “unproven.” More precisely, does Philbin want to go into the 2013 season with a group of unproven backs? —My money says “NO.”

      Giovanni Bernard in round 3 would provide Miami’s stable of unproven backs SOME REAL COMPETITION!! –iF HE’S STILL AVAILABLE, i SAY LET’S TAKE HIM.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Agreed with both 631 and Mike E. We can even find a decent RB as an UDFA. I really like Mike James, for example.

  • Mike E. says:

    M13,

    Agreed bud. I have no problem with the Miller trade up last year, it was a very good one, considering Miller had 1st RD talent, and was still on the board in the 4th. That’s value. I don’t think we’ll ever extract the value from the DT trade up though. That was a flop.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I know that 5th and 7th are lost forever and are probably pro bowlers somewhere in the league. LOL

  • Tim Knight says:

    Mike E, that’s why I don’t care what national pundits say about us because whenever I hear them discuss us they always expose themselves as ignorant about our team, and I’m sure they are about most of the other teams as well. It annoys the shit out of me.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    cordarrelle ‏@ceeflashpee843m
    S/O to my big homie @Nukdabomb follow my boy! SC all day

  • Mike E. says:

    Tim,

    Just think about it. We take every piece of information we can find here, analyze it, scrutinize it, argue about it, get 20 different angles on it, while these guys have to cover 32 teams. There’s no way that they can be as up on what’s happening with our team than we are. We know every player on our team, most of those “experts” couldn’t name more than half of our roster.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I understand but they’re paid to know what they’re talking about and that’s why it pisses me off.

      Maybe I can sue Walker, or maybe you. LOL

  • SixThree0ne says:

    OD,

    How does adding a truly unproven RB make the group less unproven?

    • Old Dolfan says:

      By providing more competition. Shula was/is a big believer in competition making your team better. Who ever comes out on top of the competition will have “proven” something.

  • Gigi says:

    Omar Kelly ‏@OmarKelly
    No matter what discussion, conversation I’m having the NEW “Patience Brigade” always turns it into QB talk. SMH

  • Mike E. says:

    OD – Why are only OUR RB’s unproven, while Alfred Morris, and Giovanni Bernard are proven?

    Has Giovanni Bernard played a pro game yet?

    Bush was getting paid last year, so he played. Miller is a better all around back than Bush. Just let him play.

  • Mike E. says:

    LOL @ 631 – Thinking the same thing bud. :)

  • YouJustBeenJoeMommad says:

    Lmao at that vid! No face, just boobs.

    • TOP SECRET says:

      “boobs without a face……ya got no human race…..you’re boobs without a face”…..billy idol :-)

  • stanger says:

    These Six Players should be gone by #12

    Luke Joeckel
    Eric Fisher
    Sharrif Floyd
    Dee Milliner
    Geno Smith
    Dion Jordan

    These Four most likely will be gone (and if not great, cept for the QBs).

    Lane Johnson
    Matt Barkley/Ryan Nassib
    Barkevious Mingo
    Ezekiel Ansah

    Since 4 + 6 = 10 spots…….All but one of these should be available at #12

    Chance Warmack
    Star Lotulelei
    Jonathan Cooper
    Xavier Rhodes
    Jarvis Jones,
    Desmond Trufant,
    Sheldon Richardson
    Tavon Austin
    Cordarrelle Patterson
    Bjoern Werner
    Tyler Eifert

    Cross out your favorite, and still some nice choices.

  • Mike E. says:

    Omar Kelly ‏@OmarKelly 4m

    I’ve been VERY clear on my desires for QB. Draft another one and make Ryan Tannehill really compete, earn it. Not a fake competition.
    ________________________________________
    Sorry – Omar just doesn’t get it. No really, he doesn’t.

    • stanger says:

      He don’t like Tanny for whatever reason. When he gets a hair in ass like that he just refuses to give it up.

      If Tanny goes to the Pro Bowl next year, he’ll be talking about how the great ones do that year and year out or that the measure of a great QB is rings.

  • Mike E. says:

    Momma – I thought those boobs were part of Bose’ new technology surround sound boob satellite speakers.

  • Mike E. says:

    Top,

    I always had a different version of Billy Idol’s hit.

    I used to look at a hot babe while I was in a club, and I would sing . . . (WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE)

    “Your thighs around my face

    My tongue could win a race” lol

  • Phelonius Phish says:

    Tim – I was listening to Sirius this morning. Theyy had Andrew Brandt on Talking about Seattle and San Fran being able to spend like they did in free agency like they did because their QB were on rookie contracts. The dopes hosting (Papp-ass and his pea-brained sidekick) were awed – said they had never looked at it that way. Shit, we’ve been saying that and included the LT since day two of free agency. Of course, none of them mentioned Miami.

    Then they started talking about whether Buf takes a QB in the first. Pap-ass thinks they shouldn’t because if they get it wrong it cripples them. The national media is so far behind the pardigm – they haven’t figured out that the rookie wage scale is dramatically changing the approach to the draft and free agency. In the draft teams are realizing that they can take some chances on players without facing cap hell for being wrong and that they are using those rookie contracts (at least the ones smart enough to have figured it out – I’m talking to YOU Jeff Ireland!) to create cap space by not resigning veterans who are still good but have peaked and are on the way down (Dansby, Et al). The dopes can’t figure out why all the names are still out there without a team.

    I hate the media.

  • SixThree0ne says:

    Rumors that Clev will be looking to trade down if Jordan and Milliner are off the board. Interesting, but I think that’s too high for us for a trade. Moving up that high would only be worth it for Fisher or Joeckel.

    • stanger says:

      Fisher and Joeckel are probably gone. We might have to trade up that high if we want to get Lane Johnson. Cardinals at #7 are a likely landing place for him now that they have a QB.

  • YouJustBeenJoeMommad says:

    Stanger-

    I don’t think there is any way that a team is dumb enough to draft Nassib or Barkley in the top 10. They will either trade down to reach for one of those guys, or stand pat and draft a safer guy. That type of reach is a move that gets GM’s fired. It would’ve been like us drafting Henne in the 1st.

    • SixThree0ne says:

      I don’t know. Barkley is similar to Locker in that his stock plummeted after a disappointing return to college but then someone still grabbed him early in the first and I think Barkley could follow suit, maybe not top 10 but maybe one of those teams trades back into the 1st or trades down and grabs him.

    • stanger says:

      Maybe, maybe not. I was going off the mocks more than anything.

      But main point was that there will be plenty of talent at #12 to chose from and that uch of it fits our needs.

  • Mike E. says:

    Momma,

    My friends and I called ourselves “The Cleaners”

    When we hit the dance floor, and there were tons of babes on it, we usually cleared it, because they didn’t want to be near us.

    It was tough being a disco boy for a while. lol

    • YouJustBeenJoeMommad says:

      LMAO!!! Ha ha haaaaaaa! That one is FUNNY. I seriously erupted an lol off that one.

      I was on the flip side of you for that one. :) Dancing was always my “thing”. In high school in the late 80’s & early 90’s and in college thru the mid 90’s, I was always known as the dancer dude, and I was that guy in the middle of the circle doing the Running Man, the Kid N’ Play, the MC Hammer, and etc. In fact, I met my ex-wife while at a club b/c she liked how I danced, lol… the one time I wish my dancing hadn’t been so smooth. ;) In fact, I frigging tap danced at the wedding reception with my now ex-wife! Rented some old Cary Grant videos, bought some “tap dancin’ shoes”, and taught myself how to do it, lol… just call me Nancy. :)

  • Mike E. says:

    Stanger,

    Is Tannehill an ingrown hair in Omar’s ass? I guess that’s why he doesn’t like him. lol

    • stanger says:

      LOL…..I would like to know if Omar even realizes that he doesn’t like him. My guess would be not.

  • Tim Knight says:

    When Omar realizes that Tannehill is the starter this team wants to develop he can put away the competiton stuff.

    Fake competition? Like the one that was going on last year with Garrard named the #1 and then got hurt falling off a rubber ducky in a pool? There was a real competition last year and Tanny beat out Moore.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    KC always held the keys to the Draft and F/A. And 3 weeks later, we’re still in limbo due to Brandon Albert being franchised and Eric Winston floating. It all comes down to… Luke Joeckel. I think we’ve got to get one of the 3 (Albert, Winston, or Joeckel).

    I wish we’d just sign Winston and get on with it.

  • SixThree0ne says:

    Stanger,

    I tend to agree with you that Fisher and Joeckel go top 10, the only way either slips is is Star suddenly rises and bumps one of them. IMO the top 5 selections will be, no order:

    Joeckel
    Fisher
    Milliner
    Jordan
    Floyd

    Star has a chance to unseat one of those guys and if it’s Floyd then it’s a wash as far as who will fall to us.

    • stanger says:

      I agree, but if it is a trade though you get to know who is there before you make it. But I’d guess that we’d have to go to #4 for Fisher or Joeckal. Chart value on that would be our top 2nd and 4th. Don’t think I’d want to pay that.

  • Mike E. says:

    PEOPLE!!! I need questions for Ask Mike . . . .

    e-mail @ NJ1Dolfan@yahoo.com

    THANK YOU!!!

    I’m sure you all have lots of questions being that you got absolutely nothing from last nights Path to the Draft. lol

  • TOP SECRET says:

    and i’ll be bold enough to put it in writing……NO FUCKIN WAY star falls out of the top 5….(IMO)…..but i’ll also go on record to say……if he would happen to fall to 12?……i would literally “LARRY CSONKA” my way to the podium, running through or over anyone in my path :-)

    TRUST IN PHILBIN….IRELAND IS THE MAN…..BIM, BITCHES !

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Jesse Agler‏@finsjesse1m
    On his conference call, Kiper just went hard with ‘Bama OL DJ Fluker for Dolphins at 12.
    ———-
    SMH @ “Eddie Munster”

  • Phelonius Phish says:

    Momma – The Bills are dumb enough to take Nassib in the first. They will be afraid that the Jets are going to take him with the next pick. I think Philly starts the QB run at 3.

    Somebody write it down so you can call me a dumbass if it doesn’t happen and worship me if it does….

  • SixThree0ne says:

    Eddie Munster now pushing DJ Fluker to us at 12. WOW! WTF is he putting on his hair? Not even sure this guys a LT in the pros.

    • YouJustBeenJoeMommad says:

      I’ve seen Fluker mocked to us a few times, in different places. Not a fan of that pick either, at ALL. If we reach, I DON’T want it to be an O lineman.

      • SixThree0ne says:

        Munster’s draft guru status is such a illusion these days that he’s spitting out complete BS is an effort to remain relevant. He’s the Charles Barkley, Rush Limbaugh of NFL draft analysis now.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Aaron Wilson‏@RavensInsider42s
    Mel Kiper mentioned Arkansas State safety Don Jones as a good late-round consideration. Jones is on Patriots, Dolphins’ radar

  • YouJustBeenJoeMommad says:

    Tim Knight says:
    April 3, 2013 at 11:20 am

    When Omar realizes that Tannehill is the starter this team wants to develop he can put away the competiton stuff.

    Fake competition? Like the one that was going on last year with Garrard named the #1 and then got hurt falling off a rubber ducky in a pool? There was a real competition last year and Tanny beat out Moore.
    ——–
    I actually tweeted that to him. I basically said that like with RG3 and Cousins, there will be NO competition. It was RG3’s job from the get go, and is the same for Tanny this year, and NO qb you draft will be competition b/c Tanny would EASILY be the #1 QB taken this year.

  • Mike E. says:

    Momma,

    That’s cool man. My wife and I love to dance. I have been to all the storied discos in NY such as Studio 54, Xenons, Limelight, Starbucks, etc. I dance pretty well, if I say so myself, but sometimes girls just didn’t want to be bothered, whether you could dance or not. Maybe if I looked more like John Travolta, they would have been more willing. lol

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Sam Monson‏@PFF_Sam50s
    49ers are about as good a fit as Asomugha could have found. They play a lot of 2-man, will maximize his skillset.
    ———–
    EXACTLY. Nnamdi is a MAN-TO-MAN PRESSER. It’s ALL about scheme fit. You don’t put pressers into a zone scheme, and vice-versa. This is why Nnamdi SUCKED in Philly.

  • professorlou says:

    The Flying Pig says:

    April 3, 2013 at 9:13 am

    Ben Volin ‏@BenVolinPBP 24m Dolphins are hosting their Local Prospect Workout this morning with a few dozen South Florida kids, including Jonathan Cyprien & Jon Bostic
    __________________________________________________________________________________

    Just hope Latavius Murray was invited.

    • professorlou says:

      Just learned that UCF SS Kemal Ishmael is on the local prospect list but Murray is not on it.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Fluker seems a little too big for our style of O-lineman at 340 lbs. The dude does have 36+” arms though.

    Maybe Kiper had a rough night with Woof-Woof and didn’t get any last night. LOL

  • Marinofan13 says:

    I remember when Mike Shanadouche traded Clinton Portis for the Champ. Denver ran a zone scheme, and Champ looked like a chump in his first year in Denver. Shanadouche fired his then DC after the season and brought in a man-to-man DC.

    CHAMP was once again playing like a champ. Luv that cat!

  • professorlou says:

    USF tight end, Evan Landi, who is visiting with the Dolphins today:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twQbOuHUhj4

  • Tim Knight says:

    Women trying to order a coffee at Starbucks and there’s MIke E. gyrating his hips while eating a muffin. LOL

  • SixThree0ne says:

    LOL @ Top “Maddow”. Next he’ll be pushing Geno Smith to us at 12.

  • Mike E. says:

    LOL @ Tim and Momma

    There was a club in Manhattan called Starbucks back in the 80’s and 90’s, it was really cool. It had 3 floors, and each floor had it’s own music theme. Bottom floor was Disco, then if you went up a floor it was new wave, and then another floor up was rock. They also had this cool slide to get from the top floor to the 2nd floor. It was a fun club, and a bunch of other clubs soon followed that model of offering different rooms with different music themes.

    • Mike E. says:
    • YouJustBeenJoeMommad says:

      Wow, sounds awesome! After the 90’s I got into the techno scene and LOVED those types of clubs. I even danced on 6 episodes of MTV’s “The Grind” in Panama City. Still have old VHS tape doing my thing, lol. Had to wait in line, then they’d bring you into a room with a number on your chest, then they said, “Dance!” And you’d dance for 60 seconds, then they would call which numbers made it onto the show. :)

      • Marinofan13 says:

        That’s awesome that you were on “The Grind”!!!

      • YouJustBeenJoeMommad says:

        I also used to be the DJ for a 70’s night in a club in down town Seattle back in the day. In the historic Pioneer square district (which everybody should check out if they ever visit Sea-town, along with Pike Place Market), which housed about 10 different nightclubs. You’d pay one cover charge and have access to all 10 clubs. :)

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Aaron Wilson‏@RavensInsider57s
    Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson may not be available after first 11 picks, Mel Kiper predicts
    ———-
    NO $#!T, Sherlock. We’ve known that for months.

  • Mike E. says:

    M13,

    Why is that, about missing the disco era? Do you dislike that music?

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Mike E,

    I’m a funk-ster. Though disco and funk are cousins, I just can’t get into disco, Bro!
    :D

    • Marinofan13 says:

      I don’t “dislike” any kind of music, but there are some forms I just don’t dig.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Most of the original disco from the 70s was well done. I don’t listen to it anymore but when I hear it it takes me back to my youth. It also doesn’t make me dance in local coffee shops either. LOL

  • Mike E. says:

    M13 – Gotcha bro.

    • Marinofan13 says:

      Don’t get me wrong, disco doesn’t suck. I’m just into HEAVY beats that make your body rock! I’m a West Coaster at heart.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Tim Knight says:
    April 3, 2013 at 11:42 am

    Women trying to order a coffee at Starbucks and there’s MIke E. gyrating his hips while eating a muffin. LOL
    Reply

    Mike E. says:
    April 3, 2013 at 11:49 am

    “Hey babe, can I buy ya a grande?”
    ________________________________

    Want some extra cream on that baby, if you know what I’m saying?

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Mike E,

    Can you “Aqua Boogie”? LOL

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBVNOrV0Pr4

  • stanger says:

    As if I didn’t buy in to Philbin enough, this from Mando:

    “Recently, on my way back from the NFL annual meeting in Phoenix, I shared a flight with ESPN insider Chris Mortensen. We chatted about a number of issues and shared and compared notes on different things and one thing he told me perked my ears.

    He reported that in talking to various NFL people the word he was getting was that current Dolphins coach Joe Philbin was gaining respect as a solid talent evaluator.

    One source told Mort that Philbin is the best coaching evaluator he’s ever worked with.”

  • Gigi says:

    Marinofan13 says:
    April 3, 2013 at 11:57 am

    Mike E,
    I’m a funk-ster. Though disco and funk are cousins, I just can’t get into disco, Bro!
    :D
    ________________________________

    Did someone say funk?! :)

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Here’s another bomb from P-Funk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPX9kuFg1Kw

  • Tim Knight says:

    Gigi, we found out that Mike E. disco dances at coffee shops. LOL

  • YouJustBeenJoeMommad says:

    Lol that you say “sounds like” on the Grind, Mike. Do you not remember that show? It was considered “IT”, back in the day. It was like Soul Train, only in bikini’s. :)

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Jesse Agler‏@finsjesse2m
    MT @ryantannehill1 @Get_Em_Jeezy: Tom Brady n his wideouts have already started working!! Been having throwing sessions w mine 4 weeks now

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Jesse Agler‏@finsjesse6m
    Fan alerts @ryantannehill1 that Brady and WRs have already started working. Ryan tells fans he and his guys been at it for weeks. Love it.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Brian Hartline‏@brianhartline3m
    “@ryantannehill1: “@Get_Em_Jeezy: Tom Brady n his WR have already started working”

    Been throwing w my WR for weeks now”

    YA! Check yo self!

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Omar Kelly‏@OmarKelly18s
    “There is no corner to take after Milliner at pick No. 6….I don’t even consider a CB until 19 or 20,” ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. on CB class.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Aaron Wilson‏@RavensInsider32s
    Mel Kiper says Ryan Swope can become a quick contributor at next level

  • Tim Knight says:

    Mike E, in action.

    “Hey babe, want to taste my latte?

    http://www.buildingprofessionalstraining.ca/wp-content/uploads/Disco-Dude.jpg

  • YouJustBeenJoeMommad says:

    stanger says:
    April 3, 2013 at 12:18 pm

    As if I didn’t buy in to Philbin enough, this from Mando:

    “Recently, on my way back from the NFL annual meeting in Phoenix, I shared a flight with ESPN insider Chris Mortensen. We chatted about a number of issues and shared and compared notes on different things and one thing he told me perked my ears.

    He reported that in talking to various NFL people the word he was getting was that current Dolphins coach Joe Philbin was gaining respect as a solid talent evaluator.

    One source told Mort that Philbin is the best coaching evaluator he’s ever worked with.”
    ———
    Hmmmmmmmm… (insert Ireland rip here). Lol! ;)

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Breaking News‏@BreakingNews55s
    NBC confirms Jimmy Fallon to succeed Jay Leno as host of ‘The Tonight Show’ – @nytimes http://nyti.ms/XNgIUr

    • Marinofan13 says:

      WOW. I guess Leno is too conservative for the liberal network. SMH

      • Tim Knight says:

        Is Leno conservative?

      • Jahndoh says:

        LOL Leno fucking sucks. He’s not funny. Not everything is about partisan politics. Why must you continue this? Every fucking day you link something that has nothing to do with politics to partisan repub/dem conspiracy. SMH.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    2013 Dolphins Draft (3/20/13)

    R1P12- WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee
    R2P11- CB David Amerson, NC State
    R2P24- OT Terron Armstead, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
    R3P15- DT Sylvester Williams, North Carolina
    R3P20- FS Bacarri Rambo, Georgia
    R4P14- DE Corey Lemonier, Auburn
    R5P13- OT Reid Fragel, Ohio State
    R5P33- CB Terry Hawthorne, Illinois
    R7P11- OG Omoregie Uzzi, Georgia Tech
    R7P18- DT Chris Jones, Bowling Green
    R7P44- LB Travis Long, Washington State

    FA: RT Eric Winston, and IF healthy and cheap: RB Ahmad Bradshaw
    UDFAs: WR/KR Tobais Palmer, NC State; RB Mike James, Miami
    ———–
    I think I’m set here. I’ll be only be going back and forth on R1P12 in my mind. If Ziggy is available, we just might take him, IMHO. I’d still like a trade down.

    • stanger says:

      All the picks make a lot of sense. I think we are gonna fit a TE in there though at a pick other than one of the 7’s. Also bet a G in of those two. Both Richie and Jerry are in contract years. Louis too for that matter, health concerns aside.

    • Jahndoh says:

      So you only said about a thousand times that you have two mocks: What YOU want the fins to do and what you THINK the fins will do…so which is this?

      TBH, only on this site do I see such consistent mocking of Patterson in the top 12. I bet he goes lower then that. He’s a fantastic upside project, but he’s not a day 1 starter and I think teams are waiting more and more on WR in the draft of late.

  • stanger says:

    So now that the great Kiper has us reaching down to take the Mother Fluker, we might as well just stop speculating and get to know our pick at #12. Here’s McShays write-up:

    “Fluker is a massive, mauling right tackle prospect who plays with an edge and can engulf smaller defenders. His weight and conditioning will have to be monitored, but Fluker shows a good motor. He lacks ideal foot speed in pass protection, but when he’s able to lock on to pass-rushers, he is hard to get around.”

    ———————-

    Who can argue with Kiper’s logic on that one………Fluker is the poster boy for a West Coast tackle.

  • Jahndoh says:

    “I said it last night, but that Path to the Draft show disappointed me. They don’t (know) any more about our team than we do, and I would say most of them know less.”

    ____________________________

    Honestly, Mike, I agree 100% about your second sentence FIFY. But also to be honest: Our teams receives so LITTLE coverage on the major networks that isn’t negative, I think as fans we should applaud that they gave us fin fans with voracious coverage appetites something new to digest.

    I loved the coverage we got after the Wallace signing. I would never advocate that the FO does something to chase that coverage, but as a fan, just because the guys on path to the draft said some things that we’ve all considered collectively, doesn’t mean it was bad coverage. Any coverage that doesn’t ridicule us is GOOD coverage. I’m kinda sick of hearing every fucking thing that comes from the Jets organization even if they suck balls. Lets be grateful that they’re talking about us more…that’s my attitude.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Try living in Jets land. But we get to hear lots of fans and media pundits bashing them too. LOL

      • Jahndoh says:

        LOL…I actually would LOVE for some of that to make the national airwaves. Knowing how negative talk radio coverage in general is, I wish I could hear some of that in CA. :-D

    • Jahndoh says:

      OK, even if it’s not something new (just reread my post) I still want MORE not less coverage of our fins. As a Sirius radio listener you should know that there are very very very FEW people even on that network with more knowledge then our collective group. And in there defense, there’s dozens of fins junkies in this group and they’re all charged with knowing something about 32 different teams.

  • Jahndoh says:

    Yeah, Stanger, I had a discussion last night with New Age about what NA felt was an unmerited rise up the boards of Johnson, but I’ve noticed a bonafide unmerited rise of Fluker the past week or so. Part of it may be the pundits realizing how hungry for LTs teams are this offseason. But to me Fluker is not worth the 12 pick. At that point I would be in favor of taking someone else and getting Armstead in the 2A pick….of course this all comes with the caveat that the coaches think “martin is not the guy”. As I said before, if he IS the guy, all the better. Move on to other needs.

    • stanger says:

      How ever good Fluker is or ends up being, he is exactly who they don’t want for this system. So he simply will not be taken by us.Funny how we all know that but the nation’s foremost draft guru does not.

      And no doubt we got to take a tackle, but in round one it is looking like it will either have to be trade up or trade back for one…..or just wait till the next shot. And if they are convinced on Martin at LT, we really wouldn’t need a tackle till the 3rd or even 4th pick.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Jahndoh,

    Your opinion of taking a RB early-mid?

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Old Dolfan says:
    April 3, 2013 at 9:54 am
    JOHNSON is just as ready as Star.

    *********************

    LOD
    late rsponse
    I just got in from Coyurt
    I disagree about Johnson being as ready for Star
    he was converted from TE to OT and before that from QB to OT
    So I assume he needs a little time
    I don;t think he is as raw as the other 2 guys

    but really its not worth giving to much weight
    I think those 4 guys (Lotulelei, Johnson, Patterson and ansah) would be a dream to add to the team and to be available at 12
    I just think Lotulelei is a step above the rest

    And of course I would not trade up for any of these 4

  • Tim Knight says:

    Jahn, there is a radio team on WFAN Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts. Joe has a real strong NY accent. They’re both Jet fans, and Joe says stuff like: “Bro, I don’t know what else to say, leave it to the Jets to mess up their entire team. They’re a disaster, I don’t know what else to say, bro. The owner is clueless. There’s nothing else I can say, bro. They’re a complete and utter disaster.”

    LOL

  • drg says:

    What’s up guys?

    Few more weeks to the draft. We should be a major player so it will be fun to watch. I think Star is the obvious pick if he were to fall to us. He’s a Philbin guy. Shows up to work, keeps his mouth shut, and is dominant. He’s not quite the pass rusher we might like on obvious passing downs, but is fully capable of abusing any single blocking and blowing things up. I doubt he falls to us though.

    I still like the idea of drafting Eifert or Austin at 12. Draft guys capable of changing the game with the early first rounders then focus on the deep positions with our second and third rounders.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Before the combine was anyone talking about Lane Johnson?

    • Marinofan13 says:

      YES, actually. He was expected to go early even before the Combine.

      • SixThree0ne says:

        He got hyped at the Sr Bowl. He had some good practices.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I kind of remember Joeckel, Matthews and Lewan and then when the latter two stayed in school, all of a sudden there were some new guys including Johnson. Fisher was in the mix but wasn’t as highly rated until after the Senior Bowl.

        • stanger says:

          As I remember he started as as like a fringe 1st/2nd guy but zoomed up between the Senior Bowl, combine and after. Been straight up arrow.

  • SixThree0ne says:

    Lane Johnson from NFL draft profile

    WEAKNESSES Lack of experience on the offensive line is a concern, so putting another strong season on tape will be a boon to his draft stock. Height will always be an issue when trying to get leverage against veteran pro defensive linemen, must continue to add strength throughout his frame to control and anchor.

    NFL COMPARISON Riley Reiff

    BOTTOM LINE Johnson was a high school quarterback and a backup at his junior college at that position for one season before moving to tight end, defensive end and then finally right tackle during his first three seasons with the Sooners. He finally got his shot on the left side in 2012 and was as reliable as ever. Scouts saw the potential in Johnson grow throughout the 2011 and 2012 seasons due to his athleticism, strength, and solid technique despite his lack of experience. Expect his name to be mentioned frequently throughout the process.
    ______________

    Reiff is not a LT as of now……………. “So that leaves us to draw one of two conclusions on Reiff: Either the Lions aren’t convinced he is a long-term answer at left tackle or they don’t want to tip their draft strategy by locking him in there publicly. As it stands now, the Lions could be in the market for one of the draft’s blue chip left tackles with the No. 5 overall pick in next month’s draft.”

    • Marinofan13 says:

      LOL, sounds like what I said independantly about two weeks ago, regarding Lane Johnson.

      • SixThree0ne says:

        Det will be the key OT decision maker in this draft, they have SO many holes, they could go any direction. CB, OT, DE are all needs for them.

    • Jahndoh says:

      Or that Reiff is a bad comparison..which is what I believe to be true. He’s far more athletic with far more upside then Reiff.

  • SixThree0ne says:

    Bucky Brooks on Johnson Sr Bowl performance:

    Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma: The buzz has been building around Johnson’s game since the middle of the season. He certainly hasn’t disappointed with his solid play this week. Johnson has demonstrated impressive footwork, balance and body control while snuffing out pass rushers in drills. In one-on-one drills, Johnson’s capacity to anchor and redirect rushers has earned him high marks from scouts closely monitoring his game. Given the difficulty of identifying athletic offensive tackles with great feet and body control, Johnson is beginning to look like a possible first-round pick on draft day.

  • Jahndoh says:

    Before my self induced timeout:

    Jay Leno: “I’m not conservative. I’ve never voted that way in my life.”

    • Jahndoh says:

      PS, sorry I got into it. I just get sick of the the poli-talk. Every single day. NBC and CBS sports make a sports comment and it gets spun to partisan bs politics.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Did Jay Leno just wake up one morning and announce that, or was he asked at Starbucks with Mike E. disco dancing in the background? LOL

  • SixThree0ne says:

    Dane Brugler gives Johnson a MUCH more complimentary comparison:

    WEAKNESSES: Room to pack on some more muscle to his frame and strengthen his anchor. He will play undisciplined at times and overextend himself in space, caught hunched at the wait too often. Gets in trouble when he stops his feet and his technique needs refinement. He needs to keep his feet underneath him to better sustain and not fall off blocks.

    Johnson needs to keep his eyes elevated in the run game and improve his blocking angles. He plays a tad mechanical and his hand placement can get sloppy at times. He has only played on the offensive line for two seasons and is still rough around the edges at times.

    COMPARES TO: Joe Staley, OT, San Francisco 49ers – Johnson is taller and longer than Staley, but they have similar athletic backgrounds and the mobility that makes them impressive in pass protection and blocking on the move.
    _________

    Bottom line is he could take a year or two to develop as an elite LT.

  • drg says:

    MF, you like Ziggy, eh?

    Just me, but I’d stay away. I worry about him getting overwhelmed and choosing to walk away. The other thing that worries me is that he just didn’t show up in games enough. The announcers couldn’t shut up about him, yet when the game ended you’d be hard pressed to recall one impact play from Ziggy.

    He needs a great mentor and stable organization to teach him the game and how to be a pro. I think we would be a good fit in that regard. If we get him I’d be excited about the potential.

    • Marinofan13 says:

      You just shared my exact same concerns about him. He’s a high-risk, high-reward kind of cat. If he’s interviewed well with us, MR. WAKE could be a great mentor to him.

  • drg says:

    Stranger,

    Cooper would feel like the Pouncey pick. A bit of a letdown, but likely a really solid, low risk guy that is elite at his position. Would he make as big of an impact as some other guys though?

    • SixThree0ne says:

      And leave us vulnerable at OT. Without picking up another FA OT, I can’t see Cooper making sense. Especially with Louis on board.

      • stanger says:

        Why would having a kick ass G make us vunerable at OT? Would be different if there was an OT to take at value at #12.

    • stanger says:

      Bigger than some and less than others. The thing is you won’t know which one is which. I’m quite happy with Pouncey.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Drg,

    Are you on Twitter?

  • drg says:

    Still like trading down if the option is there.

  • SixThree0ne says:

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/mock-draft

    Xavier Rhodes is still leading, but now Watson, Warmack, and Ziggy making appearances.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Jahndoh,

    It’s all good on political talk. Just sayin’ that Rush, Beck, and other conservative pundits have/are looking VERY favorable on Jay Leno. Leno has ruffled some feathers in terms of political talk by not following his marching orders.

  • SixThree0ne says:

    BBL

  • Marinofan13 says:

    I guess Leno can’t make jokes about the President, just because he’s black. He’s an obvious racist. Yet, Leno can make jokes about GWB due to the fact that he was white.

    I don’t get this whole “racist” BS. Perhaps if McCain or Romney had a nut sack, we wouldn’t be $17T (yes, that’s TRILLION) in debt under Obama.

    GWB left office with $6T in debt. Obama has raised the roof to $17T in 5 years. You just can’t talk about that though because Obama is (half) black and it against the liberal agenda. SMMFH.

    Is this Mike Rice (Rutgers) or Joe Paterno all over again??? Yeah, fire Leno because he had an opinion. WOW

    • Jahndoh says:

      So do the same math between Clinton and W Bush and get a balanced perspective. I have a comment for you below and it’s my last one. I’m back to the real world after being sick with strep the past 5 days….

    • Marinofan13 says:

      I’m sorry. Please replace “liberal agenda” with “progressive agenda”. Libs, Cons, Dems, and Reps can co-exist. But this PROGRESSIVE agenda is an ENEMY to the USA.

  • Marinofan13 says:

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  • Jahndoh says:

    M13,

    I promise, my last comment on the subject. And before I say it, I’m sorry I came down on you so hard.

    I used to actually CAMPAIGN for the Republican party. I loved their conservative views on many topics, and they embraced conservative leaning moderates…so they won national elections. Today’s party has become pigeonholed by the likes of Limbaugh and Beck and completely excluded conservative leaning moderates, creating a “if you’re not with us, you’re against us climate” and the party is in ruins. Believe it or not, I don’t want a US where one party wins every election because the other party systematically excludes voters from it’s ranks and dwindles it’s constituents. The psychology that every sports comment made at a sporting event is somehow politically motivated because it appeared on NBC instead of Fox is exactly what got the Republican party where it is today, and if you think the US will be ruined permanently if the Dems keep winning presidential elections, then this psychology will ensure we end up in ruins.

    I’m a fiscal conservative. But for fucks sake. You can’t compete on a national platform by pandering to 30% of the population for years on end. You can’t exclude moderate thinkers who lean in your direction, and that’s exactly what Beck does. Limbaugh isn’t quite as bad, but he makes the party look bad by having a Biden-esque tendency to say/do bombastic stupid things that he later has to apologize for. If you liked Reagan’s politics, you should be ashamed of todays GOP IMHO.

    Promise that’s all. And again M13, I just think you’re such a smart dude that I hope you’re getting information from more then just Glenn Beck and Limbaugh. True moderate media IS very hard to find, but you have to flip the channel every once and awhile from MSNBC or FOX (no matter which side you are on) if you want to get a balanced perspective.

    • Tim Knight says:

      There’s too much hatred between sides on issues. When emotion gets involved you start wars. When logic is used, you solve problems.

      That’s why I can’t even listen to it anymore and it all started with the dumb fucking red and blue states. That clearly drew lines in the sand and verified for everyone it’s us against them. Yea country! SMH

  • The Flying Pig says:

    I want to go BPA irrespective of need at 12
    So I have 4 prospects that I think might fall of us, that we should not pass
    (Star Lotulelei, Corderrle Patterson, Lane Johnson and Ansah in that order)

    I think there are 5 players that will defianately go before 12
    those 5 are (Joeckel, Fisher, Floyd, Milliner and Geno Smith)

    And I think there are several players that might go int he top 11 other than those 9 guys
    The 2 Guuards: Warmack and Cooper, Sheldon Richardson, Dion Jordan, Mingo.
    You really only need to have 2 of these guys (which I think is highly likely) for one of those 4 guys to be avilable at 12

    That is one of the reasons I disagree with trading up

    • SB7MVP says:

      we’re on the same wavelength when it comes to the draft Piggy.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      Here is a mock of the first 11 picks

      1. Luke Joeckel
      2. Ezekial Ansah or Dion Jordan
      3. Shariff Floyd
      4. Eric Fisher
      5. Ansah or Jordan whichever is left
      6. Dee Milliner
      7. Chance Waramck
      8. Geno Smith
      9. Mingo
      10 Cooper
      11. Lane Johsnon

      In this scenario 2 of those 4 guys fell – Star and Patterson
      I would select Star and shame the Samurai.

      It possible Star goes 1, 3, 9, or 10
      its possible Patterson goes 8, 9 or even 3
      I think Lane Johnson is almost certain o go 11
      and I really think Jax and Detroit take pass rushers and ansah will go to one of the 2, if not he won;t get past the Jests IMO

  • SB7MVP says:

    I must only log on when there’s no political talk, because I keep missing it

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Jahndoh,

    Sorry that you’ve been sick with strep throat (had that many a time in the past). Hope you’re feeling better. That stuff SUCKS!!!

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Jahndoh,

    One more thing, and we can put this to rest, with MUCH respect. Glenn Beck absolutely DESPISES the GOP and what they have become. I wish you’d listen to him, in all honesty. He’s a libertarian, just like you and I, my Brother.

    • Marinofan13 says:

      Sorry, one last thing… I watch NBC News.

    • Jahndoh says:

      I can do you one better:

      I’ve read 3 of his books.

      I don’t personally approve of the idea that he takes an anti-republican stance. I don’t like that we’re stuck with a two party system, but it’s been that way for over 100 years, and if you weaken the republican party, conservatives have no voice in the process.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I find it hard to beleive Beckk is a libertarian
      when he has ever advocated for the legalization or marijuana
      how about gay rights or the right to marry
      how about excessive military spending

      A person is a libertarian when they oppose regulation or big gov’t when its proposed by demoncrats
      a libertarian has to oppose all kinds of regualtion and gov’t
      not just liberal

      Beck is just a critic
      hot air and no substance
      I despise him M13

      i think you are way off calling him a libertarian even if he claims to be
      Ron Paul is a better model

  • CavalierKong says:

    Ladybug taint!

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    Want me some Trufant or a pass rusher @ 12

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I think Ansah and Jordan will be gone by 12

      Trufant is an interestign choice but i view him and Rhodes as reaches

      And I want to go BPA

      • GetterDone Phins says:

        I think Trufant & Rhodes are not reaches…both guys can get you the ball back on offense…that is worth a #12 pick…IMO.

        • The Flying Pig says:

          still reaches
          Amersona nd Poyer would be a reach to but they can both can you the ball back too
          in fact I think amerson has more Ints than both of those two combined

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    The Dolphins are reportedly concerned about Daniel Thomas’ ability to be a physical goal-line back.
    After two NFL seasons, it’s obvious that Thomas is not a difference-making NFL runner. He’s averaged just 3.53 yards per carry, scored a mere four touchdowns, fumbled five times and missed seven games due to injury. With Lamar Miller assuming feature back duties, Thomas will simply be trying to carve out any role he can this offseason. If he can’t pin down the goal-line job.
    Source: South Florida Sun-Sentinel

    • GetterDone Phins says:

      DT3 days are numbered, he’s not a Phil/Sherm guy & due to his very average and inconsistent play!
      I really want to know where Jonas Gray is at health wise and how the coaches see using him if at all. We’ll know more for sure if & where the Phins draft a RB.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Biscuit balls

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Ian Rapoport ‏@RapSheet 4m Oklahoma WR Kenny Stills (@KSTiLLS4) is visiting the #Patriots today and tomorrow… The quest for skill guys for Tom Brady continues

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Smurfs

  • Jahndoh says:

    Cav Kong, I’ve found Chrome to work best with this blog…for my machine.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Hamsters

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Omar Kelly ‏@OmarKelly 56s All I have to do is say “Ryan Tannehill hasn’t shown he’s ready to be an elite NFL QB YET” and watch the Patience Brigade attack.

    • GetterDone Phins says:

      Gee Omar, he was pretty solid and held his own with no true weapons around him besides Bush.
      Now we’ll see what he can do with a legit NFL offense.

    • Tim Knight says:

      No shit! Geez!

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    Jahn, true…the republican party needs new true conservative blood…guys like the tea party and such.
    The old guard GOP like McCain, Graham etc are sold out status quo career politicians. This also holds true for many Dems.
    Both parties have lost their way and have been severely infiltrated over the years, hence we get the likes of Obama, Bush, Gore, Romney…puppets of the elite money power brokers and their agenda, not the peoples agenda.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Who was the last president to be shot? You’ll never see it again. And after he was shot, the NWO has been in full effect. Just sayin’…

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Omar Kelly ‏@OmarKelly 6m All I have to do is say “Ryan Tannehill hasn’t shown he’s ready to be an elite NFL QB YET” and watch the Patience Brigade attack.Details Expand Collapse Reply Retweet Retweeted Delete Favorite Favorited More Email Tweet Embed Tweet

    The Flying Pig ‏@TheFlyingPig44 3m @OmarKelly Names the guys that have shown you they are elite NFL QBsDetails Expand Collapse Reply Retweet Retweeted Delete Favorite Favorited More Email Tweet Embed Tweet

    Omar Kelly ‏@OmarKelly 2m RT @TheFlyingPig44 Names the guys that have shown you they are elite NFL QBs > Card carrying member. Where are the rest of you?Details Expand Collapse Reply Retweet Retweeted Delete Favorite Favorited More Email Tweet Embed Tweet

    The Flying Pig ‏@TheFlyingPig44 37s @OmarKelly probably reading Salguero and Volin’s tweets

  • Randy says:

    all this talk about OL is making me stiff.

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah believes Oklahoma LT Lane Johnson has the “most upside of any offensive lineman” in the entire draft, and is the “ideal candidate” to replace Jake Long in Miami.
    Johnson is generally considered the third best tackle in the draft behind Luke Joeckel and Eric Fisher, but he’s by far the most athletic of the three. He’s also the most raw, but that won’t stop teams from projecting his talent. The Palm Beach Post reported Tuesday it “(keeps) hearing” the Dolphins will target Johnson with their first pick, but that landing him will require trading up. The Dolphins have the draft-pick cache and impatience to do what it takes to move up.

    • Jahndoh says:

      Everyone else does it, why not me?

      WHO said that several times over the past couple days on this blog?

      I can’t decide. Either EVERYONE is reading us or no one but us is and we’re just all full of ourselves thinking that they are.

  • Mike E. says:

    GDP,

    Jeremiah believes wrong. Yeah, I said it!

  • Tim Knight says:

    If I had Hamburger shoes I wouldn’t have any shoes.

  • Mike E. says:

    Piggy,

    Omar refuses to admit the fact that we’re building around Tannehill, and not looking to find a competitor for him. We’re looking to make this a great team, and we’re set at QB. We’re trying to fix everything else.

    It’s silly on his part that he can’t get past that.

  • Randy says:

    It’s in EVERY team’s interest to hype certain players in the hopes that it will push other players down to them. It also benefits teams to “let slip” that this team or that team is “interested” in a player. It creates anxiety about a player’s availability and could even cause a team to think they need to jump up to a certain point in the draft to get a guy.

    I’m not pointing fingers at anyone around here or anything b/c it’s really no big deal, but why anybody believes a word of anything at this time of year is beyond me.

    Just remember…Jake Long was not seen as a “great” athlete coming out of college…and lots of folks around here were saying he was going to be a surefire HOF candidate. You don’t have to blow up the combine to be a good player.

  • Mike E. says:

    People – I still need questions for Ask Mike. It’s tomorrow, and I have to get the article tonight.

    Not to threaten or anything, but if I DON’T get questions, I’m going to write an article about the Advantages of Polyester in the Age of Disco. Your choice. lol

  • stanger says:

    “The Palm Beach Post reported Tuesday it “(keeps) hearing” the Dolphins will target Johnson with their first pick, but that landing him will require trading up.”

    I still think that unlikely, but it is possible. And given how many options we might could possibly be there at #12…..if Vegas was setting a line, Lane Johnson would probably have the best odds of being our first round pick of anyone.

  • Randy says:

    MikeE,

    Could you post the link to your email addy? I’ll try to come up with a question for ya.

  • Tim Knight says:

    If you put Evan Silva and Omar Kelly in a tea cup it would be a very silly tea cup.

  • Mike E. says:
  • Jahndoh says:

    Randy,

    As much as I like the idea of trading up for Lane, I admit, it could all be a complete ruse to push down the likes of Ansah and Star so the fins can get a guy who affects the QB at 12.

    Congratulations to Brian Banks. An NFL hopeful who was wrongly accused, convicted and imprisoned of/for rape who just got his 2nd shot at a pro career with the Atlanta Falcons.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Dear Mike E

    Define Fucknut without using profanity

  • Randy says:

    MikeE,

    Question sent, Mike…I’m feeling smarter already. lol

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    For MF13 & GDP ;)

    Ohio State T Reid Fragel has six team visits scheduled, according to draft insider Tony Pauline.
    Those six teams are: the Lions, Bears, Dolphins, Giants, Patriots, and Bengals. Pauline calls Fragel “possibly (the) most underrated RT moving toward (the) draft.” Our own Josh Norris ranked Fragel as the No. 65 overall player last month. As long as the Buckeye stays more patient in his posture, he has the mean streak to be a starting caliber tackle.
    Source: Tony Pauline

  • Randy says:

    Jahn,

    I really like Star. Aside from his health concerns, I’d put him at the top of this draft. That kid ate people up inside. If Star is there at 12, that’d be great…but I just don’t know how big of a red flag his medical stuff will be with teams.

    Ansah is a big question mark for me. I love the kids combination of size and quickness, but his production was below mediocre…and some have wondered just how committed he will be to playing football long term. Another player who will be drafted based on athletic potential and not so much on production.

    And, I wouldn’t trade up for Johnson. The guy’s a physical specimen at LT, but I just think there’s better value in the draft than trading up for a LT. If they only had to jump up a couple spots I wouldn’t hate the move…we’ll find out soon enough.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Who wants to do a very quick mock draft of the first 11 picks
    we need 11 players
    Who is in?

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    Another installment of..”As the Terms Shrink”…so does our deal for Winston…lol. Hey Eric, better find an ink pen fast bubba. :twisted:

    According to the Arizona Republic, the Cardinals were “not impressed” with free agent RT Eric Winston’s tape.
    It appears most of the league isn’t, as Winston has made just two visits since the start of free agency, and couldn’t land deals with tackle-needy Miami and San Diego. Winston held his own for the Chiefs last season, but has been released each of the past two offseasons. He may have to wait until after the draft to find a new home.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      seems like we will go into the draft without adding an OT to me

      • GetterDone Phins says:

        After this kinda press, ya just might see Winston & his agent buckle to the Phins offer. He really wanted to be here anyways.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Nobody wantsto do a mock?

    WTF!

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    This is for TOP ;) from Armando @ MH:
    Recently, on my way back from the NFL annual meeting in Phoenix, I shared a flight with ESPN insider Chris Mortensen. We chatted about a number of issues and shared and compared notes on different things and one thing he told me perked my ears.

    He reported that in talking to various NFL people the word he was getting was that current Dolphins coach Joe Philbin was gaining respect as a solid talent evaluator.

    One source told Mort that Philbin is the best coaching evaluator he’s ever worked with.

    Full article:
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/dolphins_in_depth/2013/04/coaches-sometimes-hurt-the-personnel-process.html

  • The Flying Pig says:

    New Mock

    http://walterfootball.com/draft2013.php

    its not bad

    We get Rhodes, Pugh, Okafor, Bernard and Bailey

    Armstead was available when we took Pugh
    and trufant was available when we took Rhodes
    so you can easilty sub those 2 and I would call that a great draft

    but we clearly drfated based on need and not BPA in this mock

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    Ok Pig, I’m in

    1. Eric Fisher OT – KC

    • The Flying Pig says:

      Okay then I will take the #2 pick to get this moving

      2. Jax – Enzekial Ansah

  • Tim Knight says:

    “Define Fucknut without using profanity”

    An exploding testicle during intercourse.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Who wants the 3 pick
    claim the 3 pick now

  • Tim Knight says:

    2. Star Lotulelei – JAC

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Oakland – Shariff Floyd

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Fuck
    its getting messed up now

    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4.???

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Tim you tak the 4 pick

    eagles pick

  • Tim Knight says:

    I picked before Son.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star

    Now we need a 5
    and a 6

    anyone?

  • SteveCCNV says:

    Milliner to Det

  • SteveCCNV says:

    No Joeckel?

  • stanger says:

    I’ll take 6.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      take it!

      (Imiagine I said that like Kevin Costner to Andy Garcia int he Untouchables

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Look at Joeckel drop here – Trade up to 6 for his ass

    • stanger says:

      What would probably happen there…..maybe even to us :)

      But I assume we ain’t trading

      • The Flying Pig says:

        no trade ups in this mock

        too confusing

        ultimately once Joeckel comes off the board you sort of have the way the forst few picks are likely to go

  • The Flying Pig says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    April 3, 2013 at 3:14 pm
    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Clev (Steve) – Milliner

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Make the 6 pick Stanger!

  • Tim Knight says:

    The Eagles also released like 40 DTs.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Stanger…..tick tock tick tock

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Damn, he’s using the whole ten minutes, must be trying to trade back

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Who wants 7 BTW…whiel stanger makes us wait

    Jahn, M13 are you out there

    Mike E?
    Gigi
    Walker?

  • stanger says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    April 3, 2013 at 3:14 pm
    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Clev (Steve) – Milliner

    Judgment call here — #6 is actually Cleveland.
    Detroit is #5….and no doubt they would have taken Joeckal.
    Cleveland is #6, and the likely landing spot of Milliner.

    I’ll let the flying one sort it out.

  • The Flying Pig says:
  • The Flying Pig says:

    Steve

    did you intend to draft Milliner for Detroit?
    I assumed Clev was on the clock but they are 6…5 is Detroit

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      SteveCCNV says:
      April 3, 2013 at 3:14 pm
      Milliner to Det

    • The Flying Pig says:

      Oh forget it I read your post

      Stanger…Milliner went to Detroit
      that was Steve’s intent

      You are picking for the Browns at 6

      so make the pick1

  • Tim Knight says:

    Let’s not debate every pick, just dip a chip and be down with it. lOL

  • The Flying Pig says:

    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Detroit (Steve) – Milliner
    6. Clev (Stanger) ???

  • stanger says:

    With no trades……

    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Detroit (Steve) – Milliner
    6. Clev (Stanger) — Jordan

    • The Flying Pig says:

      that is a good pick

      and really minus Joeckel that is the way I think it works

      Now who takes AZ

      Who by the way has no business passign Joeckel

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Stanger’s out on the balcony smoking watching the manatees meanwhile we’re here freakin over the pick.

    • stanger says:

      LOL Son — not a bad call actually, but I did have to check out what Cleveland’s needs were other than at CB……..cause they will be taking Milliner unless he goes early and they don’t need a LT.

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Arizona is Up, any takers?

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Who wants the 7 pick for AZ

    the 8 pick for Buff
    the 9 pick for the ldbags
    the 10 pick for TN
    and the 11 pick for SD

    • The Flying Pig says:

      Come on Jahn or M13

      I know you are waiting for SD to be ont he clock so you can take anyone other than Lane Johnson and secure the pick for us….lol

      I know you are out there now

      pick for AZ one of you

      OD you there
      take a pick?

  • The Flying Pig says:

    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Detroit (Steve) – Milliner
    6. Clev (Stanger) — Jordan
    7. AZ (?) – ?

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I actually think GDP may be right about Fisher over Joeckel between OTs at #1

  • Tim Knight says:

    ARZ passes and says they will stick with Levi Brown.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      LMAO

      I thinm M13 and Jahn left and went to a politcal blog to continue there debate

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    If it shakes out like this, we should trade up to 7 (its only 300 points) Arizona can get Gino at 12 I bet.

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Where’s Mike E?

    Piggs, start the batting order over again. GDP is up again if no one jumps in.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Dear Mike E

    Can you pick for AZ and move this draft along?

  • The Flying Pig says:

    son of a son of a shula says:
    April 3, 2013 at 3:35 pm
    Where’s Mike E?

    Piggs, start the batting order over again. GDP is up again if no one jumps in.

    **************

    Okay
    fuck it
    GDP or some one else has until 3:40 to make the pick for AZ

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Dear Mike E

    Where were you ar 3:38 PM on 4/2/13?

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Too bad we can’t make the blog do a buzzer noise.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    7. AZ (Piggy) – Like Joeckel
    8. Buff (SOS) – ?

  • The Flying Pig says:

    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Detroit (Steve) – Milliner
    6. Clev (Stanger) — Jordan
    7. AZ (Piggy) – Joeckel

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Buff – Chance Warmack

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Son, you are on the clock for Buffalo

  • The Flying Pig says:

    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Detroit (Steve) – Milliner
    6. Clev (Stanger) — Jordan
    7. AZ (Piggy) – Joeckel
    8. Buff (SOS) – Warmack

    Tim pick for the jests…lol

  • The Flying Pig says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    April 3, 2013 at 3:43 pm
    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Detroit (Steve) – Milliner
    6. Clev (Stanger) — Jordan
    7. AZ (Piggy) – Joeckel
    8. Buff (SOS) – Warmack
    9. NYJ (TIM) – David Garrad
    10. Steve is on the clock for TN

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Tim, put in a real pick so we can see how this shakes out

  • The Flying Pig says:

    So far Lane Johnson and Patterson still ont he board

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Ok Stanger
    take the 11 pick

  • The Flying Pig says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    April 3, 2013 at 3:43 pm
    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Detroit (Steve) – Milliner
    6. Clev (Stanger) — Jordan
    7. AZ (Piggy) – Joeckel
    8. Buff (SOS) – Warmack
    9. NYJ (TIM) – Matt Barkley

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Sonme on Stanger

    You are on the clock at 10

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Tenn – Mingo

  • stanger says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    April 3, 2013 at 3:43 pm
    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Detroit (Steve) – Milliner
    6. Clev (Stanger) — Jordan
    7. AZ (Piggy) – Joeckel
    8. Buff (SOS) – Warmack
    9. NYJ (TIM) – Matt Barkley
    10. TN (Stanger) — Jarvis Jones

  • stanger says:

    O wants the next pick………..he goes for Geno Smith

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    With the 12th pick in the 2013 NFL Drfat the Miami Dolphins select Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame!!!!!

  • Mike E. says:

    Piggy,

    When did you send a question, and to which e-mail? I don’t see anything.

  • SB7MVP says:

    Turbotastic

  • BoulderPhinFan says:

    I’ll go chargers Lane Johnson

  • Tim Knight says:

    Funky Winkerbean

  • The Flying Pig says:

    1. KC (by GDP) Fisher
    2. Jax – (by Piggy) ansah
    3. Oakland (SOS) – Floyd
    4. Philly (TIM) – Star
    5. Detroit (Steve) – Milliner
    6. Clev (Stanger) — Jordan
    7. AZ (Piggy) – Joeckel
    8. Buff (SOS) – Warmack
    9. NYJ (TIM) – Matt Barkley
    10. TN (Stanger) — Jarvis Jones
    11. SD (No Brainer) Lane Johnson

    that would mean the Dolphins would probably choose one of the following players (with no trade up or down)
    Richardson (DT); Cooper (OG); Mingo (DE) – I actually think he goes to the Jests insead of Barkley); Rhodes or Trufant (both CBs) Vacarro (FS); Patterson (WR) or Watkins (big reach at OT)

    I would take Patterson
    maybe Mingo if he was there

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    Ok
    7. Joeckol OT – AZ

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Boulder, Mike E and SB7

    you guys were about 20 mins too late!

  • Mike E. says:

    Piggy,

    Still didn’t get it. Which e-mail did you send it to?

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    Mingo looks more a 3-4 guy to me.

  • BoulderPhinFan says:

    miami picks Rhodes.

  • stanger says:

    As many options as are left…….sorta makes trading down 6 or so spots look pretty good.

  • stanger says:

    And Pig — thanks for making that happen……both fun and educational.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Mike E

    Just sent it to the Yahoo account above

    but the first two were to your other account…oops

  • Gigi says:

    CNBC ‏@CNBC 36m
    BREAKING: North Korea army says it has final approval for nuclear attack on U.S. – DJ

    I blame Dennis Rodman

  • Gigi says:

    Our new logo is also hideous – sorry but it doesn’t look like a dolphin every time I see it. SMH

  • Mike E. says:

    Gigi,

    Final approval from who?

    • Tim Knight says:

      From themselves. LOL

      • Mike E. says:

        I guess so. Our demented minds have told it’s OK to proceed with nuclear war. Asshats!

        • stanger says:

          Dudes are trying for sure, even if it is more talk that actual now.

          Does make you appreciate how Reagan got the Star Wars research going though. Might not have been possible then, but at least we got a head start on something we are gonna need.

  • phinmanski says:

    Drive by…. starting to like the idea of Austin or Eifert, reaching at 12 and putting the offense to yet another level.

  • phinmanski says:

    We do not need 11 new players so I am all for moving up, down, and around to get 6/7 real players, not 11 bodies.

    • stanger says:

      The 7s don’t really count for much, but I’d say we could use the other 8. Our back-ups aren’t that deep, and those are guys you develop for down the road..

    • Tim Knight says:

      I think we will do some trading.

      • phinmanski says:

        I think if Ireland really likes someone who is not lasting until 12, he could move up, where most are thinking down. Now who is worth moving up for?
        Anybody anyone would like to get at a bit of a cost?

      • stanger says:

        Don’t doubt that at all. Jeff seems like to move around. But I don’t think it will be done cause we don’t need the players.

  • phinmanski says:

    So when are we going to learn Wallace’s new #… my son is ready to pull the trigger. Is it safe to buy a Miami jersey again :)

  • phinmanski says:

    stanger, seems hard to screw those first 5 picks up doesn’t it. I guess what I am saying is I would burn some lower level picks to jockey up at times in that first 82 picks to really get my guys.
    A pick at 12 and trading back into lower first round is what my strategy would be.

    • stanger says:

      If that fits with what they want…….I’d be all for it. But this draft is also real even after the top 10 till the end of the 2nd round. Just not a lot of seperation. Combine that with little truly elite talent up top…….and it is a queer year (but actually a good one for us given our spread of picks).

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    Trufant to visit the Pasts….I say we stop them from getting him. I see him as a thorn in Marsha’s crotch. Go get him Jeffro.

  • Gigi says:

    Carlos Sanchez ‏@ThisIsChucker 1m
    So, this is terrifying http://nationalpostnews.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/northkorea1200a.jpg

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    Tanny told Wallace, haul in 15 TD’s for me in 2013 & I might give ya the #17 ;)

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    Tanny told Wallace, haul in 17 TD’s for me in 2013 & I might give ya the #17 ;)

  • BoulderPhinFan says:

    Pats keep looking at players that won’t make it past 20. Trufant, Dion Jordan. Are they looking to trade up?

  • phinmanski says:

    As much as I like many players, realistically CB is creeping to the top of the BIGGEST NEED category.
    Grimes may be viewed as bonus, not someone to be counted on.
    Finding a way to land 2 of the top 3 CB’s – now that would be something !
    Have a nice night all… back to the grind!

  • Mike E. says:

    LMAO @ Adding 2 TD’s. The internet did that? :)

  • Gigi says:

    Marc Deitchman ‏@MarkyMarcWQAM 56s
    #Redskins have signed former #Dolphins Qb..Pat White.

  • Jahndoh says:

    Can we keep going on the mock draft? Bummed I missed it. I love doing drafts that way.

    Maybe we should form a formal mock draft committee If we get 14 people to say they’ll do it, we could have a 2 or 3 round draft where everyone is responsible for 2 teams.

    Anyone?

    I’ll volunteer. I don’t care who gets the fins, but it should probably be someone who isn’t pounding the table for any one particular pick. I’d like to see someone who’s got a couple different options on their board for us, and is willing to stay open minded depending on how the draft unfolds in front of them?

  • GetterDone Phins says:

    Pat White meet JPP…OHHHHH that’s gonna leave a mark :shock:

  • Tim Knight says:

    Let’s try one tonight when more people are on. Later, folks! LOL

  • BoulderPhinFan says:

    I’m in too. I’ll be on later

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Want to do another Mock draft?
    Do we have 11 people available?

  • New Age says:

    Quick drive by. Love the little mock being done today and I’ll sign up as a drafter but it cant be tonight unfortunately, gotta work. Give me a time either tomorrow, etc,etc and ill get in onone. Maybe one of a few lol.

    Mike E, here’s an article of your boy Trufant. http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/blog/rob-rang/21995878/split-opinion—-senior-bowl-standout-trufant-being-overrated. Two varied opinions so it’s a nice back and forth.

    Later guys!

  • Jahndoh says:

    Yeah, 8pm eastern. I’ve learned to think in East Coast time given my line of work.

    New Age,

    Don’t sweat it, I have a feeling we’ll do more of these.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    I’m in btw for Jahn’s 14 person mock

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    I won’t be around til too late, kid has LAX game tonight. I’d like to do other mocks though that was pretty fun.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Ryan Tannehill‏@ryantannehill120m
    I meant no disrespect in b4 tweet. Have a ton of respect for Brady. Just letting the fan know I / we are putting in work too #phinsup

  • Marinofan13 says:

    And THIS is why I watch NBC News: if you are going bald, it’s because you’re either a smoker, have high blood pressure, or are at risk for heart disease… even if one starts balding in one’s teens. SMMFH, LMFAO

    • Tim Knight says:

      And of you have long luxurious hair that you may or may not be able to get your fingers out of, you’re either a whore, have chaffing, or are risk for STDs.

  • Tim Knight says:

    I’m in for the big mock draft tonight. Let’s do all 32 to see how it sets up the 2nd rd.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Lance Zierlein‏@LanceZierlein4m
    .@caplannfl & I talk about Nolan Nawrocki’s comments abt Geno Smith and we give our thoughts on this year’s QB class http://bit.ly/16pmvyP
    ——–
    Wow, Omar’s dude Nolan Nawrocki (PFW) is getting HAMMERED by those in the know.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    “I’ll be back” like Arnold in an hour for the F-ME mock Draft…

  • SteveCCNV says:

    Our new favorite guys to rag on (Path to the Draft) say giovanni bernard isn’t an every down back, but should go late in the 2nd round.

    Can someone please explain to me why any team would take an RB, that runs a 4.53 and is 5’8” and isn’t an everydown back in the 2nd?

  • Tim Knight says:

    Steve, Bernard is considered a very instinctive runner who runs low to the ground and isn’t an easy target. Might be a good fit as a one cut runner in our scheme. He’s also a good receiver and is a willing blocker. He does have some durability concerns and I’m not really sure where he should be drafted.

    • SteveCCNV says:

      I understand what he can do, but you don’t draft a guy in the 2nd, if you don’t think he’s going to be your feature back.

  • SteveCCNV says:

    The more I watch NFL Network the more I realize these guy have no scoop and don’t know shit. A comment on here said yesterday I believe, the guys you don’t hear about are the guys that are going earlier than you think, I’ve heard that other yrs and that’s about the only thing that makes sense.

    These guys think, because they talk to NFL people they know something, they actually know less, because they’re fed the bull shit the teams want them to report about, and they seem to believe it.

    • Mike E. says:

      It’s a total rerun of garbage, and propaganda. You will learn nothing, other than to not bother to watch. If anything, you’ll come out with misinformation, or just be more confused.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Stever, agree with him or not, Ireland is not one who believes good backs can be found easily and anywhere.

    • Jahndoh says:

      Not sure that’s true. All we know for a fact is that he really liked one particular RB in the 2nd round 2 years ago. Doesn’t say anything about his RB philosophy tbh.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    I’m going to be late, like 8:30 PM EST. Meeting is running late with my artists…

  • Walker says:

    Cool you guys are doing a mock draft but I’m afraid I can’t participate. I have no idea who we’re going to target outside a possible 2 dozen guys, much less another team but if y’all want to save the remarks for later, Gigi and I might be able to turn it into a blog itself if you provide a final listing. I’ve got some homework to get caught up on but I’ll be sure to keep this page up. Great idea Pigster

  • Mike E. says:

    We’re doing a Mock Draft? When?

  • Tim Knight says:

    Mike E, we’re doing a mock draft starting at 8PM.

  • Jahndoh says:

    I’m here!

  • Walker says:

    Gigi,
    I’m not sure I’d worry too much about NKorea themselves as we’d destroy them quicker than later and the last thing they’d want to do is use nukes. I’d be more worried for Momma and Jahn than us though, lol. The thing is I don’t put anything past that crazy fuck as he sits in his bunker and lets his people get destroyed. Eventually the bunker busters would catch him unless China intervened. He also might target japan or Australia as his missiles are the best and if they’re based on the Scud, lmmfao

    I wonder if the new Axis nations will consist of them in alliance with the Jihadists though. Regardless, I’m expecting gas prices to double due to the rhetoric. Meanwhile in the States, NOBODY can purchase 9mm ammo because the government has horded it all. Notice in the last week, how many Sheriffs and prosecutors have been murdered. NWO is here, ax MFer. Let me repeat, one of the most common rounds in the country can not be purchased, along with 22LRs. Its as if they never existed

  • Tim Knight says:

    Where is the Pigmaster?

  • BoulderPhinFan says:

    I’m here too. let me know which teams I have.

  • Walker says:

    Also, I wouldn’t doubt when the ammo is finally back on the shelves that you’ll get a large amount of squib rounds

  • Jahndoh says:

    So who’s here? Tim? Mike E? M13 is going to be late, if you guys want to wait for him I’ll have to bow out, but no biggie. Who else?

  • Mike E. says:

    Oh, how does it work?

    • Walker says:

      I suppose you are given a team and have to pick a player when your name is called, lol. You guys should call each other and see if you can set up a trade. I think y’all should have a quick minute though as some will have to go to bed, or are on curfew

    • Jahndoh says:

      click on the older comments link

  • Jahndoh says:

    Roll call! The site is loading UBER slow right now for me, though, that could be a problem

  • Jahndoh says:

    I’m having severe problems reloading the site. Every comment is taking 2+ full minutes to load. Every refresh is an adventure. This could be a problem. If you’re wondering where you are in the draft, here’s the 1st round:
    http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft2013/story/_/id/9037205/2013-nfl-draft-mel-kiper-latest-mock-draft-takes-free-agency-account
    If you don’t know the needs of your teams, here’s a link for that:
    http://walterfootball.com/offseason.php

  • Mike E. says:

    I will be in and out, unfortunately. I’m just about to serve dinner. Not sure how you guys are doing this. What’s the procedure?

  • Tim Knight says:

    Interesting that the site gets slow right around 8 PM.

  • NaplesFan says:

    how many guys do you still need?

    I’m up on FGCU … wait, football?

  • Jahndoh says:

    Tim et al…site problems are going to be too much to overcome for this. Lets try again maybe tomorrow night or something. If the site’s running smooth when m13 gets here at 8:30 go on without me. I have a 9pm dinner with clients (6 my time) so I won’t be able to do an 8:30 start. Hope my links above help. GL.

    • Jahndoh says:

      Sorry, not blaming the site, could be my machine or connection I guess..no blame though, no biggie. We’ll have to try again. If you guys roll later I’ll log into to view the results.

  • BoulderPhinFan says:

    ok. we’ll try tomorrow night. But definitely count me in.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Jahn, pick 1st for KC before you leave.

  • Tim Knight says:

    The site is better for me now.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    I had a blue screen for about 30 mins bit now
    Bc of page turn
    I think it’s good

  • BoulderPhinFan says:

    yea it seems better

  • Jahndoh says:

    So Mike, now that I’m out, I’ll still answer your question:

    It’s the same as Pat and Tim do it on moving the chains. Only instead of 2, there’s multiple guys making picks. So if there’s 8 guys/gals, then each will be assigned 4 teams. If there’s 16, each will be assigned 2 teams. If there’s 4..well, you get the point.

    Your four teams would be spread out so you’d have time to react to what happens above you in the draft….generally, no trades etc…You would be responsible for selecting a player in each of your teams’ slots.

  • Walker says:

    Thanks Jahn for telling me page turn. Damn, I want to get that fixed

  • Jahndoh says:

    Bettah? Lets try. I got Boulder, Piggy, Tim, Me, confirmed. Mike E has dinner, so he’ll be out. Naples if you want to be in, just speak up. Lets do it a touch different. I’ll go first, then Tim, then Boulder, then if someone else wants to jump in fine, if not, well go again.

    Ready?

    1 KC: Joekel

  • The Flying Pig says:

    I think Tim dozed off…

    • Jahndoh says:

      LMAO…maybe your way is better, whoever wants to go next can. First post gets pick 2.

  • Tim Knight says:

    2. JAC: Star Lotulelei

    I can’t go with this QB class though I’d like to. Teams take prospects like Star early.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Tims been screaming Star all day
    I bet that is the pick

  • Jahndoh says:

    1: KC-Joekel
    2: Jax: Star Lotulelei
    3:

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Boulder on clock

  • Tim Knight says:

    The site is working fine for me now.

    • Jahndoh says:

      Yeah, I don’t know if Boulder is refreshing often enough to even know he’s on the clock. It’s working well for me too..

  • Al in NJ says:

    Wouldn’t be too worried about the NK ordeal just yet. The US is China’s economic cash cow (US buys 2/3 of their entire production) and they aren’t going to let their dog (NK) off the leash though it makes for good political fodder. You think the Chinese don’t respond to the US’ plea to intervene by mentioning the US stand on Taiwan? The Chinese are going to let the rhetoric move on as long as possible (as they did when the US refused to conduct bi-lateral negotiations as they requested upon the suspension of the food & oil aid programs during the Bush administration).

    • Tim Knight says:

      We’re doing a mock draft, join in.

    • Al in NJ says:

      BTW, i totally made up the 2/3 number but the US does buy a crap load of manufactured goods….I bet it’s over 50% anyway. Their economy is tied to ours. Both are co-dependant on each other. The US is able to run a defecit because China continues to fund it to manipulate in their quest to hedge against the artificially low currency value they like to report.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Boulder is bonging right now. Ahhh… dude I’m up.

  • Jahndoh says:

    Al, if you post up before Boulder you get to pick for the Raidahs.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Someone take OAK.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Did Piggy go for a fly?

  • Marinofan13 says:

    I’m here, ready for the mock

  • Jahndoh says:

    LOL…maybe next time. Wahn wahn wahn waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahn.

    Epic fail of a mock draft.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Oak – Shariff Floyd

  • Jahndoh says:

    Go M13, you have the Raiders!!!!

  • Al in NJ says:

    WTF is going on here LOL.

  • BoulderPhinFan says:

    Dion Jordon

  • Tim Knight says:

    Jahn, it’s not gonna go in minutes. Let’s be patient.

    M13, you’re up OAK.

  • Walker says:

    Oakland takes Tavon Austahn, lol

  • The Flying Pig says:

    M13 take pick 4

  • BoulderPhinFan says:

    I think we need to give everyone their teams or the order first

  • Jahndoh says:

    1: KC-Joekel
    2: Jax-Star
    3: Oak-Floyd
    4: Phil-Milliner
    5: Tim’s on the clock

  • Al in NJ says:

    I’ll be back later lol….i’m going to check up on my fantasy baseball team.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Okay, gotta push some peeps back. Piggy took Floyd for OAK.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Okay
    Let’s try again

    Set the order FRo
    3 on Jahn

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Oaktown: Star

  • Jahndoh says:

    1: KC-Joekel
    2: Jax-Star
    3: Oak-Floyd
    4: Phil-Milliner
    5: M13 on the clock for Lions

  • BoulderPhinFan says:

    let me know when I’m on

  • Walker says:

    This looks more like a drinking game 4 hours into it

  • Jahndoh says:

    Piggy, take over. I gotta get moving anyway. GL. Pick someone good for the fins!!!!

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Lions: Dee Milliner

    • Al in NJ says:

      BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    • Al in NJ says:

      Ziggy Ansah or bust. A corner aint going to save the LOLions.

    • Marinofan13 says:

      Geez, I’m off game tonight. LOL. Lions: Ziggy Ansah

  • The Flying Pig says:

    M13
    Milliner went 4th
    You are picking for detroit

  • Jahndoh says:

    1: KC-Joekel
    2: Jax-Star
    3: Oak-Floyd
    4: Phil-Milliner
    5:Lions: Ansah

    Piggy will take it from here.

  • The Flying Pig says:

    1: KC-Joekel
    2: Jax-Star
    3: Oak-Floyd
    4: Phil-Milliner
    5: Det – Ansah

    Al you are on the clock for clev

  • The Flying Pig says:

    I have to go in 10 mins

  • stanger says:

    Don’t forget about Bobby Boucher, LB, S Central LA State University

  • The Flying Pig says:

    I think we would be better if we were drunk

    I burnt about 25% of my iPhone juice and I made 1 pick wTF

  • Tim Knight says:

    Stanger, make a pick for ARZ after Al picks for CLE.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Hello… hello hello hello hello…

  • The Flying Pig says:

    Okay
    Now I have to go

  • Tim Knight says:

    Someone pick for CLE.

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Evan Silva‏@evansilva2m
    After wildly desperate FA spending spree, anxious to see if Jeff Ireland comes out of this draft with more Daniel Thomases & Michael Egnews.
    —————
    Classy-azz move for a so-called “media” cat. I don’t mind the Ireland “haters” on this blog being we’re “in-house” lovers of the Phins… but when a so-called “media” type funks with us, NOT COOL.

  • Mike E. says:

    I’m in – What we are up to?

  • Mike E. says:

    M13,

    I think Evan Silva needs an ass kicking. He’s an obnoxious, unprofessional, POS.

  • NaplesFan says:

    site was stuck

  • Tim Knight says:

    Mike go CLE.

    1: KC: Joekel
    2: JAC: Star
    3: OAK: Floyd
    4: PHI: Milliner
    5: DET: Ansah
    6. CLE:

  • Tim Knight says:

    Someone pick CLE?

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Rigel Spikes‏@MF13SS4m
    @evansilva You are a Smurf, white hat and all.

  • Mike E. says:

    DE Dion Jordan

  • Tim Knight says:

    1: KC: Joekel
    2: JAC: Star
    3: OAK: Floyd
    4: PHI: Milliner
    5: DET: Ansah
    6. CLE: Jordan
    7. ARZ:

    Stanger, Naples, Elephant Rider?

  • stanger says:

    1: KC: Joekel
    2: JAC: Star
    3: OAK: Floyd
    4: PHI: Milliner
    5: DET: Ansah
    6. CLE: Jordan
    7. ARZ: Fisher

  • Tim Knight says:

    1: KC: Joekel
    2: JAC: Star
    3: OAK: Floyd
    4: PHI: Milliner
    5: DET: Ansah
    6. CLE: Jordan
    7. ARZ: Fisher
    8. BUF:

    Naples, Elephant Rider?

  • David says:

    Buffalo Geno Smith

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Stej – Barkley

    • stanger says:

      LOL…….we’ll be reading about it on rotoworld tomorrow…….”the trend in many recent experts mocks is Barkley to the Jets.” :)

  • ElephantRider says:

    SD–Lane Johnson

  • Tim Knight says:

    1: KC: Joekel
    2: JAC: Star
    3: OAK: Floyd
    4: PHI: Milliner
    5: DET: Ansah
    6. CLE: Jordan
    7. ARZ: Fisher
    8. BUF: Smith
    9. NYJ: Barkley
    10. TEN:

  • Tim Knight says:

    ElephantRider TEN.

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Tim should make the Fins pick

  • ElephantRider says:

    TN–Jarvis Jones

  • Tim Knight says:

    1: KC: Joekel
    2: JAC: Star
    3: OAK: Floyd
    4: PHI: Milliner
    5: DET: Ansah
    6. CLE: Jordan
    7. ARZ: Fisher
    8. BUF: Smith
    9. NYJ: Barkley
    10. TEN: Jones
    11. SD:

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Fins on the clock

  • Walker says:

    Miami Dolphins: Xavier Rhodes
    See, that was easy

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Stanger, who wants to trade up though, that’s the problem.

    • stanger says:

      Yeah it is, but you never know. For instance, we very well still could trade up cause there is a big break in talent after the 3rd best OT. Could be similar for other teams at positions we could care less about.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Not at Phins yet. SD on the clock.

    1: KC: Joekel
    2: JAC: Star
    3: OAK: Floyd
    4: PHI: Milliner
    5: DET: Ansah
    6. CLE: Jordan
    7. ARZ: Fisher
    8. BUF: Smith
    9. NYJ: Barkley
    10. TEN: Jones
    11. SD:

  • Mike E. says:

    Skipped San Diego, Walker – You’re penalized your 1st RD, two 2nd RD and two 3rd RD picks for that! lol

  • SteveCCNV says:

    Is it too late to get in?

  • SteveCCNV says:

    Lane

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Tim, he made the SD pick, get with it

  • Mike E. says:

    Tim, make the Eifert, I mean the pick. lol

  • Tim Knight says:

    Steve, SD?

  • Mike E. says:

    Tim,

    Did you fall into a well?

  • Tim Knight says:

    1: KC: Joekel
    2: JAC: Star
    3: OAK: Floyd
    4: PHI: Milliner
    5: DET: Ansah
    6. CLE: Jordan
    7. ARZ: Fisher
    8. BUF: Smith
    9. NYJ: Barkley
    10. TEN: Jones
    11. SD: Johnson
    12. MIA:

    Walker? LOL

  • SteveCCNV says:

    How many are in on this and how many rounds?

  • Mike E. says:

    This would be even better if we did a consensus pick. The guy that gets the most votes is the pick.

    Anyone down on that? For OUR pick

  • son of a son of a shula says:

    Fins – Eifert

    We said we need to get Tanny more weapons.

  • Tim Knight says:

    Just the 1st rd. Then we can get a feel for the 2nd.

  • ElephantRider says:

    EIFERT

  • SteveCCNV says:

    What’s the order and who’s holding things up?

  • stanger says:

    I’m a follow the crowd guy………..Eifert

  • SteveCCNV says:

    We should redo it tomorrow and let everyone sign up during the day, but then I may go play basketball tomorrow.

  • SteveCCNV says:

    Cordarrelle

  • Tim Knight says:

    I’ll throw a monkey wrench into the mix and a reach position at #12 – G Jonathan Cooper. Protect Tanny and open up the zone blocking scheme for the run game, bootlegs, roll-outs and screens.

  • SteveCCNV says:

    Meanwhile back on the ranch ;)

  • Mike E. says:

    Walker,

    Where can’t you go with Son and Goodell? Is he related? lol

  • stanger says:

    Did you guys catch who went to the SB Nation’s latest mock?

    http://tampabay.sbnation.com/miami-dolphins-news/2013/4/1/4170260/nfl-mock-draft-2013-miami-dolphins-tyler-eifert

    Won’t spoil who it is but he is described as “a match-up nightmare who can run by linebackers and physically abuse corners.”

  • Marinofan13 says:

    Cordarrelle

  • Tim Knight says:

    Sitting on a corn flake, waiting for the van to come.

  • Mike E. says:

    We got 3 Eiferts, and 1 Cooper

  • Tim Knight says:

    I’m not against Eifert though.

  • David says:

    I want Patterson at 12, its time to open up the Maserati on the Autobahn and let her rip!

    Marino said it best, speed kills!

  • Marinofan13 says:

    I find it funny how some of the “BPA” crowd doesn’t want to take the BPA on the board… as in, Cordarrelle.

  • Tim Knight says:

    3 Eifert
    3 Patterson
    1 Cooper
    1 Rhodes (Walker)

  • Mike E. says:

    Does Walker get like a proxy vote or something, in Gigi’s stead? lol

    • Tim Knight says:

      He jumped the gun and picked Rhodes for the Phins. So I’m giving him that pick. That’s his homey. LOL

    • Marinofan13 says:

      Mr. Walker can get whatever he wants, in MY book. Just sayin’
      :D

  • David says:

    If We take Patterson, We will have one of the fastest offenses in the NFL. Who can cover Wallace and Patterson at the same time?

    then Hartline, Gibson, Bess, Keller, even Miller going out, defenses will hate playing Miami, lol

  • Tim Knight says:

    For me Cooper plays 50-60+ snaps every game and helps this offense move the way it should. We don’t have any guards mobile like him.

    We have the QB, we have the RBs, we have the WRs and some H-Back/TE types who can catch. Time to block it.