Fins Strongest Position

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  1. BahamaFinFan78

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    Which of our positions do you feel we are the strongest and have the most depth? I would say CB, but what do you say?
     
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    Probably depth wise, assuming Lippett comes back healthy and McCain plays well, I would agree. I guess that would have to be strongest considering we don’t have any other major what you would consider strong units.

    RB could be good depending how FA and draft pans out.
     
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    That is the sad part brother that there isn't one position on this team that stands above and beyond the rest.
     
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    I like DT
     
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    Without a doubt. Denney is a stud. Too bad we didn’t have more players like him on this roster. Sad!
     
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    I think we could say among the strongest would be:
    -cb
    -dt
    -wr (w/ Landry)
     
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    Cornerback and DT for sure.

    At DE, Miami is lacking any blue chip players and currently has a very old unit with a lack of much firepower there. (See the team's low sack numbers in 2017).

    Linebacker...Add a competent player in FA or the top of the draft and the starters would be solid (depth is another story)

    Safety...Miami has a lot of physicality, but doesn't really have a coverage specialist, which I don't expect to change in 2018.

    WR...Stills is solid, Parker is meh, Landry is gone, Grant is intriguing, and there are some bodies that can fill in in a pinch. It'd be wise for Miami to pick up a middle-tier free agent or a slot-type receiver in the draft.

    RB...I think Drake is in a good spot for 2018, but Miami needs to add a guy into the rotation who can share snaps with Drake (probably up to 40% of the workload). There are some free agents who could do that (Darkwa, Crowell, etc) but one should also be drafted on day 3.
     
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    As for on the field, they don’t have a position they excel at. Maybe RB by default. That’s why they were so bad last season.
     
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    CB, DT and WR I would say has the most depth.
     
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    Pfft. Quarterback of course.
     
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    D line and its not even close. Suh, Godchauex, Taylor, and Phillips is very promising. At DE we still have Wake, Hayes, Branch, Harris, and Malvaeux.

    The rest of the team is bereft of depth, crap, outside of our WR corps we can barely field starters.

    The secondary is getting there. Howard and Tank look good, McCain flashes, but Lippett is coming off injury. Jones of course is a stud, and TJM looks solid, but we sorely lack a true FS. I'd love to see TJM move to LB and draft a ballhawking FS. But we just dont really have depth here. One injury and we are done.

    WR depth is good now, but once Landry leaves we may have holes. We just need Parker to step it up and a QB that can get the ball downfield to Stills or Parker. I like Grant, but Im still not sold on his hands. Caroo of course is still a question mark.
     
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    When u think about it HE IS CORRECT.......been consistent for MANY seasons and never needed to be replace lol
     
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    WR, but Phins will blow that up
     
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    I like that we are going with a more team approach and focusing on installing systems that way players can be replaced that are lost through free agency and it allows us to be competitive through injuries. I feel we are eliminating the one dimensional expensive me first guys.
     
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    Dt Phillips is the strongest on the team
     
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    By the end of the season we'll all agree it's QB :) and we won't be adding a starter!
     
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    Going into this season I thought it was wide receiver. That still could be the strength, but Parker hasn't emerged the way it was expected. Plus, who knows if the team keeps Landry.

    Right now, I'd say defensive line. Suh is a dominant DT, one of the top five in football. Wake is still a 10 sack a year guy. Godchaux was a quality rookie and Harris has potential. That said, it's still a position I'd add to since the best players are older veterans.
     
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