I know the general idea is to rebuild, go with youth, and aim for one of the top picks in 2020. I'm not against that. It figures to be a painful season, but Miami fans know pain. We watched our divisional rival dominate the NFL for close to two decades. But the question I have is how far will the cuts go? In particular, I wonder about Robert Quinn. I know he didn't have a real productive year, but I think he's a player who could really benefit from a new coach and a different scheme. Teams pretty much took away the Dolphins pass rush so it's a bit hard to evaluate the pass rushers on the team. Easy to say cut Quinn, Alonson, Sitton and James. But that opens so many holes and could make life difficult for a new franchise quarterback coming. I realize it's a bit of a balancing act. Also, things could change in a hurry if one of the top three qb's drops to #13 and if the team likes that player. Then, I'd guess the "tank" idea is out of the picture.