Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by lbmclean_nocal, May 13, 2019.
Trust the process.
Not too bad considering the Dolphins just lost their next young Don Shula and a potential franchise qb.
Yes, they lost players. I'm not taking issue with that.
My arguement is that the players lost didn't have a huge effect on our w/l totals.
Taking your three examples, RT is the only one that coul possibly have a major impact, and that is only if Rosen and Fitzpatrick are trash.
DAs production from the slot can easily be replaced, and Wake, at this point in his carreer was a situational player at best, IMO.
All I'm saying is that the players we let go were hardly difference makers.
28 points per game? That would have been 3rd last year haha How about we shoot for 21 a game first. We just got the QB that lead the cardinals to a 14 ppg mark haha Is our offensive line 2 TDs better or something?
OK, 28 is overly optimistic. I realized that when I posted. Lets say 23-24.
Maybe the better metric is point differential, anyway. Ours has been atrocious the past two seasons.
Valoaga, Delaney, Sitten, Amendola, Larson, Branch, Falk, Hilland, Rolle, James, Osweiler, Johnson, Derby, Perry, Young, Fales, Bolden, Hood, Carroo, Anthony, Wake, Swanson, Brendel, Williams, Gray, Tannehill, Quinn
I mean, household names everyone can not be, but we lost a **** ton of players. It's easy to see how this looks hard to recover from. Many starting O linemen from last year as well.
I said we lost a lot and I stand by that point. I bet I left off some too
Wake will be miss. The rest of the player are replaceable
Not one person said they were upset.
Why do people get so mad when people post power rankings? There is literately more people posting saying, why do you all get so upset about these, than there is people that are complaining. It’s like a habit with some people. It’s the off season, power rankings are fun to look at and yes, we are dead last in pretty much every single one.
There's more people than the 78 that read this thread.
I don't think Miami will be that bad either, but picking top 10 seems pretty likely. I actually think every AFC East team except for New England has a shot to pick in the top 10.
As far as who gets the #1 overall pick, I think you look at first time coaches and the quarterback situation. Arizona has a good chance to pick #1 again. I don't know about their head coach and, although I like Murray, that line won't help him much. Did the Raiders improve enough? They probably aren't bad enough for #1 overall. The NYG lost their best receiver and Eli Manning is a year older. Did they help themselves enough in the draft? Hard to say. Cincinnati with Zac Taylor at the helm figures to struggle. Tampa Bay if Winston doesn't develop. Buffalo if Allen doesn't develop. Miami if Rosen struggles. Lots of possibilities.
Agree. I mean at this time of the year, you could put a pretty good argument for half the teams getting that #1 overall pick. Conversely, you could make a point for about half the league winning the super bowl.
I can see why Miami is considered in the running for that top spot. New head coach, new system, new quarterback. But, that could all turn into positives as well.