In Reality This Is Chris Griers First Miami Dolphins Draft

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  1. Csonked Out

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    I could say the exact same thing for some of the people ragging on him for all the bad picks without giving credit for the good ones.....
     
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    Mom’s spaghetti.
     
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    Dammit, you beat me to it lol.
     
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    Wildbill3 Misery Loves Company Administrator Finheaven VIP Donator

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    Idgaf. Let there finally be some accountability
     
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    He has been linked to some good picks and some bad picks both as GM and as director of player personnel or whatever he was before. I think this will be the first year where there is more cohesiveness in the war room. Even in the 3 years Grier had been GM there were times that he, Gase, and Tannenbaum wanted three different things. And though Grier was willing to get players that the coach wanted there were still issues among the staff for various reasons
     
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    Chris Grier will change what you call rage.
     
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    I think this is BS. We know, it was all Tannenbaum's fault. Really it was.

    My question is who is going to replace Tannenbaum's role on finheaven? That role is the guy nobody likes who they can blame for everything that goes wrong and be careful never to give him credit for anything that goes right?

    No matter what anyone says he's been the most successful non Patriots AFC East GM in the last 20 years. He's to GM's what Chad Pennington is to QB's. While not the greatest as far as the AFC East goes they are the only 2 who have had any success taking down NE. Call me when Grier builds a team that goes into Foxboro and wins a layoff game with Mark Sanchez at QB.
     
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    Uh, Huhh?? Can you say JEST's?
     
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    he's referring to the job tannenbaum did with the jests.
     
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    I disagree. I think we've had a consensus of overall draft success since he's been here. Has he made mistakes? Sure. No one hits the draft perfectly, but we've found good players on both sides of the ball both early and late.

    If you want to pin a big mistake I think Charles Harris is staring you right in the face. Most of our issues have really been trying to build a foundation with expensive sand through FA. I always thought that more as a Tannenbaum special considering their backgrounds and roles.
     
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    These articles....
    They come on proclaiming this and that but the get info wrong. Didn't the article say that 2012 was Ireland's last draft, but didn't Ireland lead that train wreck of a 2013 draft with Dion Jordan?
    Maybe I am being nitpicky, but if you want to write a fan article like your opinion matters, at least get stuff right. Like, the basics.
     
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    Let’s hope Grier wasn’t responsible for the major blunders recently... we really don’t know... let’s hope Ross knee.
     
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    Ireland abdolutely made the deal for Jordan.
     
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    Even a blind squirrel finds a nut - hopefully it is our time to hit on a draft in red 1-3 - and not to forget in rds 4-7 we have sucked to build in the trenches

    Ajaji was a good Pick and Gase jettisoned him it appears
     
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    In just the past three drafts, they've found Ballage, Grant, Taylor, Godchaux and Sanders in those rounds. That's not awful.
     

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