well, actually, it's just GM speak but it's hard to argue with the logic presented. We spent a 4th, effectively a 6th, and $2m to try out a reclamation project. We know he's got top flight football skills at a lower level of competition but we don't know if last year was an aberration or reflects that the game is too fast for him in the NFL.It sounds good on the surface if true, but it is just simple coach speak at this point.
That certainly is not my philosophy. How can we judge the new staff without a single game having been played yet and without having seen a single pick other than Rosen having taken the field? My reservations about this pick are based almost solely on Rosen’s rookie campaign and what most reasonable GM’s do to gauge their players. The competency of this FO won’t be judged until later, but as a positive in the Rosen trade, it is clear Miami got the better value.This is the reality, in a nutshell.
Those whining about this move are, for the most part, ppl that believe Grier, and co, are incompetent, and incapable of making good decisions.
If that is thier starting assumption, nothing will make them happy, short of a new owner, and GM.