I think the comprehension issue is on your side. Let me break it down for you simply;Again your comprehension is wanting you don’t read my thread and respond about SB winners???
Later you write On another thread you are OK drafting Tua at 5 OA but today you wrote on another post that Tua won’t be on an active roster before his rookie deal is up
1. I have concerns about Tua's abilities and injury history
2. I believe a serious injury to any player should immediately disqualify that player as someone worth "moving up" for.
3. The injury concerns about Tua, and in fact, Tua's decision to join the NFL earlier than he wanted to, coupled with recent information Ihave been hearing from sports figures close to Tua have me highly suspicious about the longevity of his career. In fact, I would not be surprised if he does not make it past his rookie contract.
4. Despite the above concerns, they are my concerns, not the Dolphin's. I realize the Dolphins likely see Tua as a highly valued prospect and may very well draft him.
5. As the draft is a gamble, it would be difficult to be too angry about the team taking a chance on Tua "just in case" he returns to form. In this sense I am OK with it despite not being thrilled about it. This would be the ultimate gamble with the highest risk taken by any team drafting this year, which I don't like, but the amount of draft capital we have have softens that blow. Thus, I am OK with Miami taking Tua at 5.
6. My preference would be for Miami to trade down and amass more picks, because there is literally not one single unit on this team that is set. Every unit needs significant upgrading. This means all picks are important, and the more the better. Trading down will net more players available, and a shot to either get a QB later if they like one, or just wait and pick a healthy QB they like next year.
7. History shows, and it should be obvious to any fan, that you need more than just a QB to win it all, which is My hope for this team.
Hopefully you will finally understand my position now.