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One last move to make.

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This is the kind of move Tannenbaum would make. Havent we learned our lesson?
 

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But but, name calling is so much more fun, and considerably more entertaining. If you disagree you must be a tro... yeah that. See how much more fun that was?
Funny post, made me laugh. But the name calling is a problem. You can disagree without calling the guy an idiot, moron, etc.
 

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Imagine Bill Belichick having that leverage over a player. He had his own way of doing things. That’s why he is one of the greatest coaches of all time. Excited for Coach Flo and all the things he learned from his time in New England.

I'm thinking that yes, yes we have.

A lot of people have forgotten just how low Moss's stock had sunk in Oakland. He was vocally unhappy with being there and actually responded in a press conference that he took plays off and had a few drops because he was unhappy and it was affecting his focus.

When he moved to New England, he had one foot out of the league. He'd become toxic because of his horrendous attitude and selfish behavior. He was one of the best WRs in NFL history but he was a horrible and entitled human being... which is one of the reasons that he has almost completely disappeared following his career.

Guys like this get one 'come to Jesus' moment... if they are talented enough, and going to a well established team with a hard-*** coach is about the only way they can redeem themselves. He did... on the field, but he's still a lousy human being and a spoiled brat.
"Why do you look at the speck that is in your brother's eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye?" Matthew 7:3 How can you judge a man and call him lousy without knowing him personally? The leverage Bill Belichick had on that deal was the reason they had one of the best teams of all time. The 18 and NO season. Every true Dolphin fan remembers that connection from Brady to Moss on the deep ball. All these Deshaun Watson fan boys want him paired with Julio Jones in Miami. Now it's Tua time, imagine if Tua to Waddle would be anything like Brady to Moss. That's what you have to strive for. In the end these are good problems to be talking about compared to what this team was like years ago.
 

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Another move is KJ Wright. There are reports Miami has reached out to him. With Benardrick McKiney and KJ Wright in the middle would bring a lot of wisdom to this defense. The cool thing is they both went to the same college in Mississippi State. There would defiantly be authentic chemistry where we truly need it. A big IF.. Melvin Ingram and KJ Wright. Our defense would be top 5. The goal is to be #1, even Ricky Bobby's daddy told him if you ain't first your last. We really need to bring confusion to Mahomes and Allen. Make them run in fear. It would bring a lot of joy to many people.
 

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So that is why he looked so disappointed?
 

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Trade for Julio Jones!


Tua, Waddle, and Jones have that Bama Alma matar blood line chemistry running through their veins. Our wide receivers Parker, Williams, Wilson, Grant, and even Fuller have missed time because of injury. Julio Jones is coming back from that injury plagued season in 2020, but we were all hindered by a plague that year and we could use some grace.

Julio Jones is a Nimrod type player and will be a member of the HOF once his career has ended. If you can make a good deal why not pull the trigger. We have to compete with the Chiefs, Bills, Ravens, Broncos, and Browns. We need to take this team over the edge.

What do you think it will cost? Our future is looking bright and if Grier can hit on some Un-drafted FA we are built to last.

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Not happening!
 

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Great player no debate there. Getting old and very expensive + we have a lot of WRs now. Pass. Unless of course, he comes free somehow. Like Osweiler to Cleveland.
 
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