We? What the **** we?
- Oct 13, 2004
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- Northern Virginia
I somewhat agree - QB is most important, but if history teaches us anything we had the greatest QB we will ever see and how many championships did he alone win!? But I understand your point!Not to make it sound to simple, but It really comes down to nailing the next QB. Sort that out and the rest will generally take care of itself.
His fate is going to be determined by the quarterback Chris Grier gives him.Are you optimistic about Flores?
I am concerned about the line as well. Hopefully, there is a plan. I hope. Hopefully.I wish I was.
O line and D line have me GRAVELY concerned. Everybody is hollering QB, but I am much more concerned with the lines.
Especially since they take 9 guys, and we have 3. Tunsil, Taylor, and Godchaux.
And we ain’t fixing them with the draft. Not all of it, half if we do well.
But we picked up two TEs. And a corner (granted, we need a corner). Hmmm.....
The problem with the “Patriot Way” is that it applies to the Patriots.
Which we’re not.
Oddly enough, I find I am in agreement with you.What are they going to do at all? Signing losers, letting players go, not signing a single name? I would’ve been slightly intrigued by Bridgewater next year but since he’d rather not play for 7.25 mil what’s next? I want Rosen. Trade for him now.
Feel the same about Grier, simply cannot trust.His fate is going to be determined by the quarterback Chris Grier gives him.
I’m not a believer in Grier, but all it takes is placing the proper amount of importance on the position and hitting big one time.
That’s all it takes.
Truth is, if they’re not able to land a franchise quarterback in the next 3 years with the caliber of QB’s that are going to be entering the league - then Miami might as well finally go join the AAF.
I feel pretty good about their chances of being successful in this challenge. Simply because of the quantity and quality of the QB’s coming down the pike and Miami won’t have a good enough football team to avoid having their shot.
I agree with this. You could always tell Gase had a different, bigger QB ask game plan when Ryan was under center compared to Moore, Cutler and Brock. When Tanny returned in week 12 he actually got the same treatment and may have been getting it even earlier. I found that odd.Oddly enough, I find I am in agreement with you.
Something happened early last year that seems to have turned Gase off on Tannehill. I don't know what it was, but I suspect it was significant. If that was the case, lets bring in Rosen and see if he is better than whoever we have left in the QB position this spring.