- Jun 10, 2018
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- Boynton Bch, Fl
What if he isn't "their guy", to begin with?Why is this so hard for so many to grasp the point I was making? If the Redskins decide they want Tua, of course there is nothing Miami can do about that. It would be out of their hands at that point and it's time to move on to plan B. But if he is their guy, they should make the move up to get him, not just sit there and hope he falls to you. This isn't hard to understand. Many on here want to just sit there at #5 and hope it works out and think oh well there are four QBs and Miami will get one of them as if they are all equal.
Are you even open to entertaining that thought?
If not, you aren't even talking about legitimate philosophical differences. You are just beating the table for your personal preference.
That's fine too, but then let's not pretend to argue the best philosophy angle.