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Saw the impact of players like Roscoe Parrish and Dave Thomas this year and think Saban should go the same route in the draft.

Corners and backers are playmakers too but Miami should concentrate in the draft on offensive playmakers like Troy Smith, Duane Jarrett, bring in HBacks and TE's who can run and move the sticks.

Welker is now much better as a 3rd receiver than a kickreturner so replacing him in that role would be helpful.

Middle/later rounds for corners and LB's would be ideal and perhaps a kicker with one of the last picks.
 

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Saban needs to take a hard look at the special teams to upgrade the coaching. Ever since Westphal had the falling out with Wannstedt, our special teams have been mediocre. I agree with the playmakers concept. Maurice Jones-Drew & Devin Hester would've looked good in Aqua & Orange.
Welker should be replaced on kick returns.
 

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I want to take this opertunityto give it up to myself for i have the perfect solution here.

why not hire joe deforest from oklahoma state for he has the best speacial teams in all of football . wanny was smoking weed with ricky when he fired mike westoff and our oline coach paul bordeaux . :mad: :fire:

what we need and i dont think too many dolphin fans realize this yet and that is we need a fast player like darrent williams cb for the broncos and a great spp teams player to return punts and kickoffs . it seems as we always hava a slowpoke for returning the ball and this is no slap at wes, it is a fact our return guys have no mobility and speed.
our special teams needs to reorganize and upgrade.
 

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This is why I would find Ted Ginn very hard to pass up, were he to fall to us in the first round.

For some reason, I doubt Saban would go that direction (not an sec player for one), but I just feel Ginn has the intangible of speed that simply can't be coached.

Everyone said Devin Hester was a raw athlete without a true position going into the draft... well it's hard to find a player that has had a bigger impact on his team's sucess in the NFL this season. While the investment in Ginn would be a bigger risk (top 15 pick vs. third rounder), he is no doubt a more polished receiver than Hester was. Even if Ginn doesn't contribute as a receiver right away, he instantly becomes a scoring threat in the return game.

This team needs explosive athletes on offense.
 

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This is why I would find Ted Ginn very hard to pass up, were he to fall to us in the first round.

For some reason, I doubt Saban would go that direction (not an sec player for one), but I just feel Ginn has the intangible of speed that simply can't be coached.

Everyone said Devin Hester was a raw athlete without a true position going into the draft... well it's hard to find a player that has had a bigger impact on his team's sucess in the NFL this season. While the investment in Ginn would be a bigger risk (top 15 pick vs. third rounder), he is no doubt a more polished receiver than Hester was. Even if Ginn doesn't contribute as a receiver right away, he instantly becomes a scoring threat in the return game.

This team needs explosive athletes on offense.

Good post. The team needs more speed as a whole.
 

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Good post. The team needs more speed as a whole.

exactly especially at LB and secondary as for defense and on offense, the O LINE NEEDS SPEED! they are so damn slow.
 

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Ted Ginn would be the deep thread that Daunte loves (and we desperately need). But...if we keep Mularky next year, Is he going to allow DC to go deep enough?
 

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This is why I would find Ted Ginn very hard to pass up, were he to fall to us in the first round.

For some reason, I doubt Saban would go that direction (not an sec player for one), but I just feel Ginn has the intangible of speed that simply can't be coached.

Everyone said Devin Hester was a raw athlete without a true position going into the draft... well it's hard to find a player that has had a bigger impact on his team's sucess in the NFL this season. While the investment in Ginn would be a bigger risk (top 15 pick vs. third rounder), he is no doubt a more polished receiver than Hester was. Even if Ginn doesn't contribute as a receiver right away, he instantly becomes a scoring threat in the return game.

This team needs explosive athletes on offense.

I've felt the same way for months now.. ever since we started winning too many games to find Calvin Johnson as a realistic option.

I'd LOVE to see Ginn on this team. I'd love it.
 
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