If You Owned The Dolphins....

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  1. Banksy

    Banksy Well-Known Member

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    That wouldn't go down well with the players lol.
     
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  2. TannDaMan17

    TannDaMan17 A True Fan

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    I'd make myself head coach, and hire my buddy as GM (though I'd have control of the 53).

    Practice would never start before 11 am, we'd suck, but I wouldn't care. It would be lots of fun.

    Tannehill would be the starter for the next 10 years just to f*** with everyone.
     
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    Vaark Nihil taurus crappus Finheaven VIP Donator

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    If I owned the Phins I'd be a Billionaire. I'd pay whatever it took for Belichik to come on board as VP of Football Operations (still probably the equivalent of pocket change for me) and then I'd grab Sophea Vergara and head off to my Tahiti beachfront compound for more R&R.
     
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    Eesti Rookie Finheaven VIP

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    If all the top edge rushers, QB's and OT's are gone, I would try to deal like JJ and stockpile picks. There are some very good linemen that should be available in the 20-40 range. It would nice to get two instead of one to add to our 48th pick.
     
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    I would sign Marino and the Mark brothers to play 1 game. Don’t care if we get beat 100-0. Just want to see those 3 back on the field one more time.
     
  6. dolfan91

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    If I were the owner of the Miami Dolphins, I'd have never allowed for Bill Parcells to tell me how to run my team. He took Huizinga's money and ran into retirement, after he sold to Ross. Never trust a guy who always looks to be looking for greener pastures. As for Ross, I would have never allowed for Joe Philbin and Adam Gase to be allowed any authority to make calls on the players being brought in. He gave both too much power. And Lastly, I'd never would have allowed Mike Tannenbaum anywhere near my team at the expense of a very qualified employee in Dawn Aponte!!! From the beginning, I would have had ONE VOICE calling all the shots. The structure since Shula retired was not normal and set the franchise back 20 years. And to think I haven't even touched on Nick Saban and Jimmy Johnson's indecisiveness!!! Miami fans have been through the ringer. This change was waaaaay over due!!!
     
  7. Scrap

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    I'd sell it to a football genius, buy the Patriots, cut every decent player and the coaches, hire some clowns, draft some scrubs, offer them huge salaries, and then sell the Patriots to some idiot at 1/2 price.

    Guess what ?
    I'd still be rich, and I could watch the Dolphins kick the Pats asses every year for a long time.
     
  8. superphin

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    I'd visit a nice massage parlor.

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  9. SF Dolphin Fan

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    Honestly, would leave it to my football people and hope the right ones are finally in place.

    That said, we all know you can't win in the NFL without a good quarterback. I would make sure my football people exhausted all possibilities in making a decision there.
     
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    I would move up to 8 or 9 and move ahead of Denver for Drew Lock... I think he’s gonna be a star. Should only take a 3rd rounder per the draft trade chart... might have to sweeten a little.

    I would Lock Howard up and spend the rest of my draft building around your QB...O-line primarily!

    Probably look for cheaper hole fillers in free agency... unless you have a chance at an elite younger player who will part of the puzzle.
     
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    As I understand this, you're asking me what I would do if I owned the Dolphins. This guy has a pretty good answer to that question.

     
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    I would tell sorry *** fans who want to "tank" to gtfo
     
  13. Jonathan Michael Zadora

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    You can find talent anywhere the draft if you scout right , no need to tank for that , tanking is disgusting and for losers
     
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    truedolfan57 A True Fan

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    That's what Kraft would do!
     
  15. Digital

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    Well pulling that off when he's almost 80 … its still impressive.
     

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