Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Joe_robbie#1, May 7, 2014.
For a second round pick??? LOL hell no...5th? sure
I wouldn't mind him over Moore at all though. 5.5 mil is just too much for Moore
BWAHAHAH! Who are the Bucs trying to pull a fast one on?
For a 6th? Sure.
A 2nd round pick for Glennon? The Bucs FO might be smoking something good over there! :lol:
I think Hickey would have a tough time making this move (trading for Glennon in general, regardless of pick), as Philbin's looking to win now.
If he really believes that Glennon should be on the Fins, it might be worth his while to try and get him on the cheap (a late-rounder) in order to provide some long-term insurance for himself as GM. IMO Miami indeed needs QB competition. I love Tannehill, but we all know he's not perfect yet, and I certainly don't trust Moore anymore.
Would give 4th but a 5? They can pound sand with that.
why would you throw away a 4th on glennon?
I wouldnt mind swapping Moore for Glennon and maybe adding a 2015 4th rd pick lol...No way they get a 2nd for him, id rather keep Moore and his ridiculous contract.
We are well under the salary cap now. We don't need to cut Matt Moore for immediate cost savings. I'm comfortable keeping Moore, I think that he's a better QB than Glennon.
He's worth a 3rd for someone in a different QB situation than us. Giants, Cowboys, Chiefs, Cardinals, Bengals all seem like good fits to me.
People seem to be forgetting that this 3rd round pick started 3 fewer games and yet had better rookie numbers than top-10 Tannehill.
Obviously Hickey played a part, maybe a major role in selecting Glennon, but hopefully that subjective "pride of authorship" doesn't cloud his judgement by overpaying. Looking over various scouting reports, there's a lot to like about him (Mayock compared him to Josh Freeman, so there's that too) but the following from NFL (and confirmed elsewhere) is worrisome considering that we're fortunate our high potential young QB was never triaged on the sidelines:
Overall, like Foles, he shows enough potential to be at best competition that spurs Tannehill and at worst a developmental asset capable of stepping in if needed. I would not be averse to trading for him for reasonable consideration, like Moore and a 6th (although I suspect Matt's contract would be offputting to a team still having SB aspirations until their QB goes down), or Devlin and a 4th next year or 5th in this draft.
Devlin and a pick makes sense. Moore for one more year and then Glennon is the backup next year.
Hes better than ppl give him credit for. 19 TD's and 9 picks on a scrub team that had all their RB's hurt on a minimal deal. Yet we're paying matt Moore 5 mil a year to ride the pine.
scrub team?? not quite.
that team is solid and has talent on both sides of the ball.
That scrub team beat us, what does that say about our scrub team? The bucs have more talent on their roster then we do. Dont be ignorant to not see it. Lavonte david is better then everyone else on our D besides Wake, and I could argue that he is.
2nd round pick for the guy that they gave up on after his rookie season no less...yeah right...this dudes not getting you over the hump
I would swap the 2. Moore for Glennon. Alleviates some money from our cap
Lol I was at the game. They had a 3rd string RB gash us. They went 4-12 yet so talented? Give me a break.
Better WR, Better line, better defense....
Dudes too short...He's only 5'6" but has a 12" neck.
Johnny Manziel wishes he had a big one like Glennon. He's only 7" shorter.
4-12, 6-10 and 4-12 over the last 3 season says otherwise.