Louis Tee : Draft Wrapup

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An in depth and nuanced look at the Dolphins draft. Been watching his wrap up series for years, always gives you unique insight that is backed up by extensive knowledge of the team.

Some nuggets...

- couldn't believe Shaq Calhoun didn't get drafted and fully expects him to stick as offensive lineman.

- exposes Isaiah Prince's weakness with his feet and his tendency to get beat with an inside move immediately.

- likes our young RB's and is excited to see them finally get more carries without a veteran presence.



His knowledge of the team will become very evident within the first 10 minutes.
 

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How much did he talk about Rosen, and what was his take on Wilkins and Dieter? I'll listen later, I can't right now.
The more he watched Wilkins, the more he liked him.

He likes Dieter's positional flexibility and his experience.

He spends a bit at the beginning talking about Rosen. He sees it pretty much like everyone else does. He's got talent, but who knows. He's more or less happy the phins took a gamble or swing at QB.

He's a diehard Redskins fan who always thought Miami was the team to end the Pats dynasty. Thusly, he's insanely nuanced in his knowledge of the team considering he does this wrap up series every year for every team.
 

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The more he watched Wilkins, the more he liked him.

He likes Dieter's positional flexibility and his experience.

He spends a bit at the beginning talking about Rosen. He sees it pretty much like everyone else does. He's got talent, but who knows. He's more or less happy the phins took a gamble or swing at QB.

He's a diehard Redskins fan who always thought Miami was the team to end the Pats dynasty. Thusly, he's insanely nuanced in his knowledge of the team considering he does this wrap up series every year for every team.
Thanks. positional flexibility is fine, I want dieter to be a well above average starting guard for us.
 

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Thanks. positional flexibility is fine, I want dieter to be a well above average starting guard for us.
Marry this opinion with CK's and the truth may be somewhere in the middle. CK pointing out that Dieter got put on his backside multiple times at senior bowl(?) practices that he saw. Then he played decent in the game.

He's played a ton of games(56?) at a college known for good Oline play. He could be good with our coaching, but the spectre of the third round guard haunts this franchise.
 

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Marry this opinion with CK's and the truth may be somewhere in the middle. CK pointing out that Dieter got put on his backside multiple times at senior bowl(?) practices that he saw. Then he played decent in the game.

He's played a ton of games(56?) at a college known for good Oline play. He could be good with our coaching, but the spectre of the third round guard haunts this franchise.
I heard the same. No idea what the disconnect between the practices and the game was. Let's hope he is plug n play, Keith Sims style.
 

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The more he watched Wilkins, the more he liked him.

He likes Dieter's positional flexibility and his experience.

He spends a bit at the beginning talking about Rosen. He sees it pretty much like everyone else does. He's got talent, but who knows. He's more or less happy the phins took a gamble or swing at QB.

He's a diehard Redskins fan who always thought Miami was the team to end the Pats dynasty. Thusly, he's insanely nuanced in his knowledge of the team considering he does this wrap up series every year for every team.
Actually he’s very high on Rosen was my perception.
 

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Who else could it be!


An in depth and nuanced look at the Dolphins draft. Been watching his wrap up series for years, always gives you unique insight that is backed up by extensive knowledge of the team.

Some nuggets...

- couldn't believe Shaq Calhoun didn't get drafted and fully expects him to stick as offensive lineman.

- exposes Isaiah Prince's weakness with his feet and his tendency to get beat with an inside move immediately.

- likes our young RB's and is excited to see them finally get more carries without a veteran presence.



His knowledge of the team will become very evident within the first 10 minutes.
Agreed with a couple of exceptions....Dieter is clearly the left guard, not right.

He also seemed oblivious to Jerome Bakers ability....and the Patriot scheme regarding pass rushing.

But a very thorough analysis that was enjoyable!
 

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Would love nothing more than to see Tunsil and Dieter anchor the left side for the next decade and become the next Webb and Sims.
 

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Agreed with a couple of exceptions....Dieter is clearly the left guard, not right.

He also seemed oblivious to Jerome Bakers ability....and the Patriot scheme regarding pass rushing.

But a very thorough analysis that was enjoyable!
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It was fun to listen to. He really hates Charles Harris lol.
 
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