1. Rt 2.rg 3.rb 4.mlb 5.te

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  1. jimlerario

    jimlerario Well-Known Member

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    i say we go OL in first, RT. If Martin is gone, id trade down, gain a draft pick, and then draft a RT. RB in the second, a starting power back that can pass block and catch with miller as a complement, along with Thomas or gillsee. This is a must. in the third, OG. Brenner, smith, Garner, dallas Thomas, and the rookie battle it out for the two OGs spots, as there aren't any good FA Gs to waste money on. in the forth, get a run stopping LB, unless we trade down and draft a better run stopping MLB with the pick we get for the tradedown. In the 5th, TE, unless we sign a seam FA TE, which would be smarter, although it seems they want to save money. if we get a FA TE, we could go OG,LB, OR CB in the 5th. In the 6th, get another OG or CB. I hope martin is there, and I would 100%trade down if hes not there. we could fill another key hole if we trade down, gaining much needed flexibility. WHAT WERE YOU THINKING?
    ALSO GOOD READS!
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/...aft-jadeveon-clowney-or-a-new-qb-for-the-jags
    1st round mock draft
    http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2014/mar/19/2014-nfl-mock-draft-chargers-jadeveon-clowney-ford/
    4 round mock draft^^^^^^
     
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    jimlerario Well-Known Member

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    if martin is gone, trade down to draft Cyrus Kouandjio. we need a RT in the first, as much as i'd like a top MLB, RT is a massive hole that can only be fixed in the first. one mock draft has us drafting the top guard, Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG, UCLA, not including Martin, who I see as our RT if we drafted him. I wouldn't even trade down for Sua-Filo, hes a reach at 19, and we still wont have a RT, so we'd have to take a risk on a 2nd tier RT in the 2nd, which would force us to lose out on a 2nd round top tier RB.
     
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    datruth55 Starter Finheaven VIP

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    We can wait on a RG in the 3rd or 4th. Brandon Thomas, Trai Turner, Dakota Dozier and Anthony Steen would be targets in those rounds. Thomas can play OT in a pinch too.

    Cyrus Kouandjjio shouldn't be anywhere on our draft board. Su'a-Filo will probably go late 1st - early 2nd. If he's our pick it will have to be at 19 but then we're looking at Billy Turner, Joel Bitonio, James Hurst and Michael Schofield as possible RTs and I don't think any of them are plug and play...maybe Hurst who has the most experience and has played high level competition but he's coming off of major injury.

    We better hope Zach Martin falls to us at 19.
     
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    MiamiDolphin618 A True Fan

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    Great list of mid round guards there. Turner is my favorite of the bunch and I think he goes 3rd/4th round. Im a big fan of Billy Turner. I think he IS a plug and play guy at RT..although Id bring in a vet on the cheap such as McKinnie just as insurance. You will have to take Turner with pick 50 though...or move up in the 3rd because I think he would go before our 3rd pick.
     
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    Roman529 Moon Runner / The 3 AM Crew

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    Here's what we should do:

    1. OG: Zack Martin, Notre Dame, OR David Yankey, Stanford (Not sexy picks, but the O-line is our biggest need).
    2. RB: Tre Mason, Auburn, OR Bishop Sankey, Washington
    3. TE: C.J. Fiedorowicz, Iowa
    4. DT: Daniel McCullers, Tenn
    5. FS: Kenny Ladler, Vanderbilt
    6. WR: Jeff Janis, Saginaw Valley State
     
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    No thanks.
     
  7. jim1

    jim1 Pro Bowler

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    Kouandjio's knee is apparently better than first reported. I'd certainly look at him, although my preference is Zack Martin.
     
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    Fintastic2124 A True Fan

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    Z mart is an absolute beast. Very versatile. I'd select him over Lewan any day.
     
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    jim1 Pro Bowler

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    They're both very good. I was lukewarm on Martin until I took a closer look, I think that he's the real deal.
     
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    How much better would you rate Zack Martin over Xavier Su'a-Filo? Big raps on XSF. Could we take the risk of trading down to get an additional pick and take XSF a bit later?
    Good idea in theory but we could end up with neither and potentially waste 3rd picks like last year re Dallas Thomas and Will Davis.
     
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    finsfan4life In Dawn We Trust!

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    Zack Martin may not even be there at 19. The guy that I want at 19 is C.J. Mosley. He starts from day 1, and he plays at a high level for 10 years, barring injury.
     
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    I would love this draft.
     
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    Yes to Martin,no toMason,Sims is a better fit,I like Fiedorowicz but same player as Dion Simms,we have our dts set.and im ok wiyh Ladler and Janis
     
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    Buff From a galaxy far far away.... Finheaven VIP Donator

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    Why does everyone think we will get starters in the 3rd 4th or 5th rounds? History shows, ours particularly, that we don't get a lot of production from our draft picks.

    We need big help on the line, so IMO we have to go 2 of our 3 picks on the line. Trade down and grab an extra 2nd or 3rd would be ideal.

    If Martin is gone, trade down, grab Filo with our first, our 2nd get Moses or niklas/amaro, with our extra 2nd pick up either another lineman - Yankey if there, Jackson, or Chris Borland as ILB, and third pick we get BPA at cb, WR, te, RB.

    All of those players listed would be starters for Miami.
     
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    fishbanger Phin fan since 1970!

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    1st round Martin, Mosely, or Ebron or Amaro

    2nd Tre Mason or hyde

    3rd If we have martin then BPA MLB or TE

    4th BPA TE or MLB

    5th BPA OL

    6th BPA WR
     
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    I know the need is dire on the offensive line, but I think Miami can find starters in the 2nd-4th round range. Wouldn't hate going OL in the 1st if the team doesn't reach, but I'd prefer CJ Mosley or Ryan Shazier in the 1st. Maybe Billy Turner in R2, although there's bound to be some nice receivers there as well (Matthews might be there).

    Couple of different options here....

    Option A
    1. Martin OG/OT
    2. Matthews WR
    3. Smallwood MLB
    4. Dozier OG
    5. Wilder Jr. RB
    6. Linder OL

    Option B
    1. Mosley LB or Shazier LB
    2. Turner OT (don't think he makes it to R3, but also see him as an instant starter at RT)
    3. Moncrief WR (probably goes in R2, Hill RB from LSU might be a possibility)
    4. Dozier OG
    5. Wilder Jr. RB
    6. Linder OL
     
  17. hilslo

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    I especially like option B. As you state, quite unlikely Moncrief falls to us in the third but if he did I would be ecstatic. In this scenario we get the best MLB in the draft, a starting RT and add the size/athleticism to our WR corps that Moncrief would bring. Always fun to dream!
     

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