Cincinnati Bengals QB Carson Palmer not a good fit for the Miami Dolphins

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  1. FinAtic8480

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    carson palmer may not be that good anymore, certainly not even close to the level he was at pre his achilies injury in the playoffs in 05, but one thing i know for certain is that he is an upgrade over chad henne and is better than vince young.

    knowing we basically have no shot at a top qb in the draft bc there are really none this year, i say we make a move for palmer and he can fill the void for a year or 2 before we get our hopeful franchise qb. again, hes an upgrade, which does not say much, but nevertheless, an upgrade.
     
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    Anyone who has watched Palmer play the past 2 years, cannot think he'd be a good fit anywhere. He is the most overrated QB in the league by far. And no, I don't want Vince Young here, but yes I'd rather even him.

    To give up anything for Palmer would be a big mistake and set us back for as long as he starts, if not more depending what we'd have to give to get him.
     
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    Carson Pamer is the Jim Harbaugh of QB names this season . . . . the Josh McDaniels of OC's . . . he is the name that everybody remembers from being a #1 pick and at one time being considered a top 5 QB, and he is the guy fans will come in and say "this front office doesn't have a clue if they don't bring him in." Most people saying this haven't watched him play this past season and just want to further back there opinion of Henne sucks.

    Now I agree he needs a change of scenery from Cincinnatti . . . but that change of scenery is to the NFC West . . . and to trade for this guy and pick up that salary is beyond retarded. If he gets cut, that is another story, but that won't happen.
     
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    Sounds like out QB, and interception machine with no accuracy.
     
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    Options are slim, if we want to be competitive next year we need a signal caller that has experience. Even for a 'washed up QB', he still put up 26 TD's last year. Henne's career high is 15. And for the bad rap Palmer gets he has never had a season with more INT's than TD's. (excluding his 4 game 2008 season) Henne has done that in both season's he's been the starter. Switch Henne's stats with Palmers' last year and I would wager we'd have won at least 3 more games. 'Washed up' is better than what we have, imagine if our offense put up 11 more TD passes to just 1 more INT.
     

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