AT ESPN.com they have been doing their offseason overveiws on every team in the NFL. They have finnaly made it to the AFC east(last division). The Jets and Bills were done the last 2 days, and Miami is tomorrow.
DG is supposed to replace Mixon and of course Chester is our starting DT. :confused:Defensively, there are a couple of key new faces. Rob Burnett, who played in Baltimore with Searcy, replaces Kenny Mixon at defensive end. Larry Chester (Carolina) fills the void left by Damian Gregory's release at defensive tackle.
Not - he'll be riding the pines all year unless Jay is hurtThis could be a perfect opportunity to design more plays for quarterback Ray Lucas, who has primarily been used in red-zone situations.
also, check out "Will Ricky Williams remain an enigma or will he prosper in Miami?" by the clued in Len P. With such classics asOriginally posted by dolphan39
andIn fact, if you check Turner's history dating back to his days as coordinator in Dallas, he strongly favors a power running game. Couple that with coach Dave Wannstedt's proclivity for running the ball and, if Williams can stay healthy, he could lead the league in rushing in 2002.
His (RW) presence will be a big plus for the offense and moves the Dolphins a step closer to Super Bowl contention.
one thing is fir sure, I would not write about a detailed prediction team w/o knowing lots about them and getting the current depth chart.Originally posted by MDFINFAN
Like most experts, these guys don't have a clue...Their defintely not well informed on the teams they write about,,I.E. check dol39 quotes in his first post. They don't even know where the players are going to play..This was very disappointing..I thought we would get a lot more indepth analysis. They don't do any better than we do here on the board. I think we should send resumes to some of these organizations..with a extra report on the fins just to point out all the mistakes these guys made..Who knows one of us may get picked up..surely our reporting can't be any worst than what we're reading. At least most of us can pick out the inaccuracies these guys write...which I think qualifies us just as much of an expert as they are..what do you guys think?
Originally posted by dolphan39
one thing is fir sure, I would not write about a detailed prediction team w/o knowing lots about them and getting the current depth chart.