Pat Kirwan Mock draft 6.0

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  1. thejetssuck

    thejetssuck Seasoned Veteran

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  2. Dfootball11

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    do not see fins taking a WR at 25 at all.. would not be completely upset, I just do not seeing it happen with BP's history
     
  3. aj13

    aj13 Long time listner, first time caller

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    kirwans view is that parcells and ireland took to unc to see nicks in the work out and took henne with him...that speaks a lot to their interest...

    i dont believe you draft a wide receiver to have him contribute in year one...but guys who run nfl routes in college like nicks are hard to find...
     
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    Interesting that he has us taking Boston College's Ron Brace and Southern Cal's Fili Moala in the 2nd round.
     
  5. JT-forpresident

    JT-forpresident Believe In Miami

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    moala will not be a dolphin
     
  6. SnakeoilSeller

    SnakeoilSeller Scout Team

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    I just dont see us taking a WR in round 1. If we do I think the FO would shock everyone and take Robiskie. I cant imagine us not taking at least 1 CB with our first 3 picks.
     
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    ticophin Starter Donator

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    Moala AND Brace? Are we that thin in the Dline? No CB or LB with our first 3 picks? No way....
     
  8. Fish-Head

    Fish-Head U made the pudding but forgot the proof.

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    geez he has us taking Ron Brace at 44 and letting Darius Butler fall to the PAts at 47???? WHAT??? Is that a joke? The only way that happens is if Bellichick manages to poison one of BP's meatball subs on draft day...

    BP... BEWARE BRAZILIAN SUPERMODELS POSING AS SUBWAY DELIVERY BOYS!!!

    Those second round picks are not only questionable they might be downright insane.
     
  9. ArmyFin7

    ArmyFin7 U cry about the $$$, we do the dirtywork

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    If the draft played out like this I would have to cry myelf to sleep
     
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    DcRy82 A True Fan

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    I cant explain how tired i am of people saying "Look at Pacells history, he will never draft a WR in the first round"..... Just because he hasnt done it before doesnt mean he wont... doesnt mean he will either.. i'm just tired of everybody knowing Bill Parcells so well that they know what he's guna do. If they see WR as our biggest need, and a WR is the best player available according to how they rank the players, THEY WILL TAKE HIM!
    So for arguments sake... Say Crabtree is still available, and the best available pass rusher is Clint Sintim... Parcells would take Sintim over Crabtree?? Answer: No, Miami takes a WR in the first round.
     
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    thejetssuck Seasoned Veteran

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    Outstanding post!:woot:
     
  12. kcbrown

    kcbrown Life is what we make it. Donator

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    Wow - Hakeem ran a 4.63?? Not good.

    Although I will admit, speed does not hurt Anquan lol!
     
  13. Danny

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    anything is posible at 25.....the more you hear Parcells won't do something the more likely he is to do it.

    Ozzy rules!!
     
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    Hakeem's best time was a 4.51 at the combine, good enough for me.
     
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    PhinsTD Phins fanatic

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    So we pass on Darius Butler in the second round for Brace, and don't take an OLB in the first day? Implausible IMO we do that...not to mention Fili Moala. No corners, no pass rushers? Wow.

    Does this guy work for the Pats? That would be the best draft of the past 5 years if they got all of those guys on the first day...scary to read honestly.

    Luckily, there is no way they get all those players listed.
     
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    Those who ignore the past are foolish, and the best predictor of the future with teams draft is by looking at their drafting history...
     
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    Although by another set of events, we might never be able to clearly predict, much less @25, who we will take:
    Player depth by position is different
    Our scouting staff is different from those that Parcells had when he was HCoach in other drafts
    Our team needs are different every year
    Who will be available when we pick, and their depth on the our board
    And even our owner, if he had any say (Ross is no JJones), is different

    This is what makes it so much fun ...and the process so unpredictable, and after the draft, we start learning in which direction this team is going, and what kind of football will be played by them...:up:
     
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    Nicks and Brace would be a nice start to the draft, but I'm not so sure we can afford to ignore the CB situation until pick #56.
     
  19. rev kev

    rev kev THE DEFLATOR

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    nice post
     
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    WelcomeBack A True Fan

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    With the order he has, I'd love the draft to go

    1. Hakeem Nicks
    2a. Darius Butler
    2b. Clint Sintim
     
  21. Phinatic8u

    Phinatic8u Adam ****ing Gase

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    i personally think Hicks will be there at our 1st 2nd round or we could trade up a few spots to get him with IMO
     
  22. Phinatic8u

    Phinatic8u Adam ****ing Gase

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    Perfect draft
    i think V Davis ay be there in the 2nd (i like him better than butler IMHO)
     
  23. jim1

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    I'd rather take Kevin Barnes and/or Bradley Fletcher a bit later than force a high pick on a CB. Too many needs to fill to do that.
     
  24. newlownorder

    newlownorder Hoof Hearted

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    Would be a dream come true kind of draft. Does anyone else have this gut feeling Miami is going to wait on OLB/DE Hybrid til our 2nd 2 round pick? Think about it, there is a ton of OLB/DE hybrid players in this draft, I honestly am starting to think that at least one of them could fall to us with our 2b pick in the 2nd round. Look at all the players that could be around at pick 25 (Cushing, Matthews, Sintim, English, Ayers, Barwin, Maybin, Johnson). Remember last year no one thought Henne and Brohm would last that long and they did. I dont know, to me OLB isn't a huge need compared to WR and CB an d I think you role the dice and hope one of those 3-4 OLB falls to us late in the 2nd if not you call always either trade up to grab one or even trade down to pickup more draft picks if someone doesn't fall.
     

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