Digest for alt.sports.football.pro.miami-dolphins@googlegroups.com - 12 updates in 4 topics

Sunday, April 30, 2017

bob@bob.mail: Apr 29 02:06PM -0400

>rush to be an all-around player on the edge, but the pick will still be
>very good if he can make an impact attacking the quarterback sooner than
>later.
 
There is only one way to stop the Pats, you have to rattle Brady. We
have all seen the results when that happens.
Dan the Man <dan708@yahoo.com>: Apr 29 02:01PM -0700

> >later.
 
> There is only one way to stop the Pats, you have to rattle Brady. We
> have all seen the results when that happens.
 
There was an article in my local paper (forget the writer) who pointed out that NE has used a higher % of picks on D than any other team. This draft may be MIA's attempt to replicate that success. We'll see how it works out. I won't pretend to know if they got the right players; my crystal ball is out at the cleaners.
oceantracks@mac.com: Apr 29 07:07PM -0700


> There is only one way to stop the Pats, you have to rattle Brady. We
> have all seen the results when that happens.
 
That's true of any QB. They don't throw well when they are on the ground.
mr.hvac@gmail.com: Apr 30 05:12AM -0700

b...@bob.mail
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There is only one way to stop the Pats, you have to rattle Brady. We
have all seen the results when that happens.
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Atlanta got to Brady over and over again in the Superbowl
Drumrboy <drumrboy@aol.com>: Apr 29 03:17PM -0700

10:41 AMJ Lunis
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"Analysis: "Really solid pick here. I think can play four-down or 3-4
linebacker; in Miami, it's four-down. He has a good first step and is
explosive off the edge. This young man is adept at a pass rusher."
Mayock.
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000803412/article/mike-mayocks-pickbypick-draft-analysis
 
In all due respect, I give more credence to Mayock than your evaluation.
 
"IN OUR VIEW: A lack of production early in the 2016 season left Harris
being unfairly criticized by some but his talent did not just simply
disappear. While perhaps lacking elite length and fluidity, Harris is a
proven pass rusher with the initial quickness and complementary moves to
extend Missouri's impressive NFL pipeline, projecting as an immediate
impact threat off the edge.
 
COMPARES TO: Cliff Avril, Seattle Seahawks: A decade before Mizzou took
over as an underrated producer of NFL defensive linemen, it was Purdue
sending the likes of Akin Ayodele, Shaun Phillips, Ray Edwards, Rob
Ninkovich, Avril and Ryan Kerrigan, among others. The 6-3, 260 pound
Avril posted impressive statistics throughout his career at Purdue but
slipped to the third round of the 2008 draft in part because of his lack
of ideal size and questions about his fit in the NFL. Since, his initial
quickness and array of pass rush moves have translated into 73 career
sacks and 29 forced fumbles over an nine-year career for the Detroit
Lions and Seahawks."
CBS Sports
 
If I'm running this team I get STARTERS...
 
0-3!!!
tgowan <tgowan01@gmail.com>: Apr 29 05:09PM -0700

On Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 5:17:50 PM UTC-5, Drumrboy wrote:
> CBS Sports
 
> If I'm running this team I get STARTERS...
 
> 0-3!!!
 
Last night that snatch Grier picked a baked potato with dinner. He left the goddamed fries on the board! What a tool.
 
Terry Gowan----says, "it's the offensive line, stupid."
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Lol! Sniff this.
 
 
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Stu Gotts <ishkabibble99@hotmail.com>: Apr 29 09:59AM -0700

On Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 10:52:22 AM UTC-4, J Lunis wrote:
> Here we are again.
> Who would you have selected for Miami in R1>R3?
> No waiting til November with the "I told you so" story.
 
I'll go with the flow and stick with defense... but they still desperately need to fix that OL.
 
1. Reuben Foster - LB, Alabama
2. Obi Melifonwu - S, U Conn
3. Nazir Jones - DT, North Carolina
bob@bob.mail: Apr 29 02:18PM -0400

On Sat, 29 Apr 2017 09:59:28 -0700 (PDT), Stu Gotts
 
>1. Reuben Foster - LB, Alabama
>2. Obi Melifonwu - S, U Conn
>3. Nazir Jones - DT, North Carolina
 
I have no idea if they they drafted the right players but I do agree
with the positions they drafted. I do like that they did not trade
away any picks so far.
 
In round 1, two DE's after Harris, McKinley and Charlton.
In round 2, one LB after MCMillian, Cunningham.
Stoobz <stoobz4@comcast.net>: Apr 29 02:09PM -0500

> away any picks so far.
 
> In round 1, two DE's after Harris, McKinley and Charlton.
> In round 2, one LB after MCMillian, Cunningham.
 
I'm happy as shit with Asiata ) Road Grader!
 
Would have liked Cunningham since Detroit stole Davis and Foster fell
off my list. McMillan is a run thumper - except his game against
Oklahoma, he didn't do shit.
 
I liked King from Iowa but wasn't unhappy with Tankersely - a better
version of Maxwell down the road? King can play slot though.
Stoobz <stoobz4@comcast.net>: Apr 29 02:30PM -0500

On 4/29/2017 2:09 PM, Stoobz wrote:
> Oklahoma, he didn't do shit.
 
> I liked King from Iowa but wasn't unhappy with Tankersely - a better
> version of Maxwell down the road? King can play slot though.
 
And let me just say, I'd like Caleb Brantley with our next pick at this
point.
Stoobz <stoobz4@comcast.net>: Apr 29 02:36PM -0500

On 4/29/2017 2:30 PM, Stoobz wrote:
>> version of Maxwell down the road? King can play slot though.
 
> And let me just say, I'd like Caleb Brantley with our next pick at this
> point.
 
DAVON GODCHAUX will have to do...
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