Bleacher Report's Phin's Mock Draft

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  1. Roman529

    Roman529 Moon Runner / The 3 AM Crew

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    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/...test-pick-miami-can-make-at-every-spot/page/2

    1. Chance Warmack, G, Alabama
    2A. Margus Hunt, DE, SMU (6'8", 275)
    2B. Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia
    3A. Carrington Byndom, CB, Texas
    3B. Robert Lester, S, Alabama
    4. Gerald Hodges, LB. Penn State
    5. Connor Vernon, WR, Duke
    6. NO PICK...thanks Vontae
    7A. Joseph Fauria, TE, UCLA
    7B. Jordan Rodgers, QB

    I just am not feeling this....if we draft a Guard with the first pick I am gonna lead a riot on Jeff Ireland's office. I like the Stedman Bailey pick. The rest are a lot of reaches.
     
  2. TrinidadDolfan

    TrinidadDolfan 1st Team All-Pro

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  3. ChambersWI

    ChambersWI Owner of the Palace of Wisdom Finheaven VIP Donator

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    Warmack is a terrible choice for our blocking scheme. Rest of the draft isn't actually half bad, but that's a terrible first rounder purely for scheme
     
  4. retarmyfinfan

    retarmyfinfan Brave Rifles Donator

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    If we draft a G at #12 Ireland needs to be shot
     
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    2413fanphins A True Fan

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    Like others, i dont mind it, aside from the first rounder.
    Could be better, could be worse.
     
  6. MoFinz

    MoFinz Uwe Von Schamann's Bastard Son

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    This is a great draft....FOR ME TO POOP ON!
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  7. bcsupratt

    bcsupratt Well-Known Member

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    NO to this draft!

    Although, I do like the Jordan Rodgers pick in 7th round
     
  8. jlfin

    jlfin old pro

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    Not bad, except for 1st rd pick. Substitute Eifert (TE) for Warmack and its not bad
     
  9. next-year

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    How people still think Eifert is worth the #12 overall pick is completely beyond me.
     
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    The Tannehills Have Eyes A True Fan

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    I can see why he went with what he picked in the 1st, Richie is one of the worst guards in the ****ing league all he has going for him is his tough guy attitude.
     
  11. Danny

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    I'd not be surprise if Ireland took a guard at 12....lol

    Ozzy rules!!
     
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    BlueFin Seer of Visions Finheaven VIP

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    Warmack was the only one of the five or so top prospects for the coming draft in that national championship game that really impressed me.

    He is a lock future All-Pro, and if the Dolphins address the receiver needs in free agency, I would not have a problem with adding Warmack and creating an awesome O-line.
     
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    I'd be fine with an OLine pick with our #1 if we properly address our lack of playmaker at WR in Free Agency.
     
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    finfan54 A True Fan Donator

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    So you think Keenan Allen is a better football player than Eifert? Let the fun begin.

    at least he aint no teddy ginn at #9.
     
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    ITS!MATEO A True Fan

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    Um... That's not even best fit for our scheme. The best guard that fits our zbs is the guy from UNC Jonathan Cooper, so thank you, but no thanks. And he isn't even worth the 12th pick imo.
     
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    If we settled on Eifert at 12, I could live with that.
     
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    Stefins Just a Dolphins Fan

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    I would love to get Hunt from SMU...
     
  18. justdev7

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    I thought the same thing a few months ago. But after really taking a look... I think he's the best offensive weapon on this draft.

    Also, Marcus hunt is a beast but not sure if you have to use a 2nd rounder on him. And Fauria in the 7th would be a steal
     
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    Eifert is a Great choice....if your picking in the 20's
     
  20. jlfin

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    There is no such thing as a lock for All Pro. I don't see this guy pancaking the likes of Wilfork, Ngata or even Soliai. He will not be nearly as dominant in the NFL as he is in college, therefore, he should not be valued that high simply because of the position he plays. He also has a huge belly. Is the guy disciplined enough to stay in shape?
     

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