A dolphins mock draft I found

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  1. 72 silky

    72 silky Well-Known Member

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    RichmondWeb Greetings from Portlandia Finheaven VIP

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    I like this a lot. Armstead, Micheal, and the blocking TE are must haves. Also like the late ST picks, why not use Coyle to build a great secondary? My concern is that Hunt and Brennan Williams will be gone, although there will be a good OT there, DE will be tougher to find. I would swap Carradine and Bailey or Swope for Austin and Hunt and I would look for a Jamar Taylor type in round 3. Also I would like to see one of the top safeties over Jones, perhaps Martin can play some guard and be the swing tackle. Trading down for more picks in this draft is a great idea.

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    allsilverdreams Starter Finheaven VIP Donator

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    would love either Austin or Eifert with the #12

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    but i dont think Ireland takes the risk
     
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    Wow.... this has to be one of my favorite mock drafts so far!
     
  5. justdev7

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    That would be pretty outstanding. I'd like the idea of trading down if we could find a partner. But there's no denying Austin's ability
     
  6. juicifer1269

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    Minnesota may be a realistic partner to trade down with. If either Cordarrelle Patterson or Tavon Austin gets drafted before the 12th pick, Minnesota may want to trade up to insure they get the other. WR was a huge need for the Vikings even before they downgraded Harvin for Jennings. The Rams are the other team most likely to be looking for WR. Miami would likely have to also give a 2nd but would receive in addition to both 1st round selections but also a 3rd from Minnesota.
    IMO, this would be an ideal trade down
     
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    ITS!MATEO A True Fan

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    Anything with Austin in it @12 is a complete and utter failure, imo.... Pass.
     
  8. NRA

    NRA Roll Gypsy Roll

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    so, how exactly is a player with PRO BOWL ABILITY at wr, rb or return specialist a "FAILURE"?
     
  9. hoops

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    that guys way off with his values in the middle rounds...kasa can't block a paper bag...hunt won't get that far...u are gonna have to take michael before barret jones to get him...and you'd be lucky to see him still there at #77...
     
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    Great example of why to hold onto all your picks if possible there are players in every round
     
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    Yeatman was a TE who blocked so well we turned him into a tackle. Seems like a waste of a roster spot to be looking for a blocking TE.
     
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    Id be absolutely delighted with that draft. I dont want Austin at #12 but would be delighted if it turned out like that.
     
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    ITS!MATEO A True Fan

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    I'm not sure you can label a draft prospect a pro bowler even before they step on the field, especially a slot receiver at 5'7"..


    Just the point that we do not need him would be a failure and a waste of a 1st round pick, imo. There are other positions on this team that we do not have a starting guy already there... That would be the way you go.
     
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    fishbanger Phin fan since 1970!

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    I like this draft except for the first pick. If that first pick were FS Vacarro or trade down to get ELAM then we would have the secondary we need to have and an extra pick in a trade down to pick a WR in second or 3rd round like Swopes. So in a trade down we can get ELAM and swopes added to this draft. In addition I would take be best Kicker with that late 5th round pick from Forlida State and with the early 5th Rounder I would take the best blocking TE I could find (Could still be KASA or someone better). We would still improve our WR core further and also get the starting FS in our secondary that we need badly. I like all the other picks.
     

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