Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks was named AFC Defensive Player of the W

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  1. victacious

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    We got to pay this man.... He is quietly having a pro-bowl year!!! Keep it up Randy..:hump:
     
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    been a huge steal when we signed him back in 2008. Kid is a lifetime Fin Fan whose living his dream. Only has one Pro Bowl with us, should have 3.
     
  3. Dolphin_Daz

    Dolphin_Daz Dolfan in England

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    Agreed, we need to keep this guy a Fin!
     
  4. j-off-her-doll

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    If the season ended today, no question he's a 1st-team All Pro.
     
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    Was JJ Swat not eligible this week?
     
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    gdiaz0358 Rookie

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    He is the key part of our D. Has been over the last few seasons. When he is out YOU CAN TELL!!! PAY THE MAN!
     
  7. DzakkH13

    DzakkH13 Winning is a Habit Donator

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    Starks is an underrated player in this league so it's nice to see him get his due. One of the best interior DL in the league.

    Hopefully we get him locked up for at least four more years.
     
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    I can never decide who is the best on the dline.. Soliai is beast in the middle. Wake is almost unstoppable rushing the passer and Starks is a great combo of both.

    damn if we could just get another stud pass rusher we would easily have the best d line in football.
     
  9. ANUFan

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    Geez with so many players to resign. Can we possibly keep them all? Honestly, of the players we have to resign I really thing Reggie Bush is the most expendable!
     
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    DzakkH13 Winning is a Habit Donator

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    Easily. Odrick will get better too, but he needs to be inside more than outside.
     
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    Exactly and so far that seems exactly what O.Vernon is not. He has shown "nothing" his entire time here in regards to pass-rushing skills....NOTHING! Going back to preseason it's been about what 9 games I pretty sure he has 0 sacks!
     
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    I highly, HIGhLY disagree! Reggie should be the first to be resigned. The dude is just a model for excellence inside the locker room. And with the addition of more young guys in this years draft, I couldn't think of a more important player to their development as players and more importantly men, then Reggie.

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    Cam showed nothing early in his career. Give the dude some time. Not to mention he has to share time with a solid player in Jared odrick.
     
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    Of-course we're going to give him time. But to not have 0.5-1 sack going all the way back to preseason? I'm not sure that dog has any bite! Certainly not enough to be a true complement to wake. Honestly if he can run...move him to Lb!
     
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    Vernon has 0.5 sack and 2 QB Hits in his last three games.

    So he hasn't done Nothing. He is improving slowly.
     
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    That is correct. Starks got a good push on his man and put a big paw up right when Dalton pulled the trigger and it led to an overthrow and INT by Jones.
     
  17. MDFinFan06

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    I completely agree. Sadly I'm thinking him and Long are the least likely to be resigned. I would love to keep both though, long especially because we have no one behind him and should only focus on making the oline better, not worse, for tannehill's sake. I'm thinking id like to tag reggie to keep him one more year with our other rb's waiting in the wings.
     
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    Sean Smith and Randy Starks should be the top priorities. Followed by Bush. Miami will likely keep Hartline too. If Jake Long is still looking for elite money next season, Miami should tell him to hit the bricks. He's no longer elite, and hasn't been since Sparano got him injured in that meaningless meaningless 4th preseason game against Dallas.
     
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    Congrats to Starks and keep up the good work big guy!
     
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    I kind of say 2 the one he actually got into I think was more from his previous season.
     
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    Well who knows Haloti Ngata and Vince Wilfork play the same position so there is always question.
     

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