I like the "play it forward" philosophy with draft picks as well. It's an approach that has really benefited New England and could do the same for Miami. Having 10 picks every year instead of seven gives a team a few more chances.
I hope he stays committed to having a lot of picks and goes into every draft trying to trade down and acquire picks for the next season.Grier is NOT a bad gm, at all.
He always wants to acquire assets and have tons of draft picks. That's how you build a consistent winner. Not blowing picks in trades for old vets, not overpaying vets in FA. Just drafting tons of kids and coaching them up.
If Flores is the real deal at HC, then Miami will become a great football team with those 2 at the top.
It’s always good to have more experienced and competent minds in the front office. The more the better. The assistant coach and assistant GM hires can only help imo. Grier gave us more insight into how he operates as a GM this time.i wanted to ask what do you think some of the best changes that happened to our front office for this draft?
Was it Chris Grier learning and being the main man now?
Chris along with Marvin Allen, and Reggie McKenzie working together?
I think it was number 2 for me. I am really happy to have Reggie here. I do think Chris May have learned from the past as well.