The Dolphins Are Giving A Double-dose Of Attention To One Of Draft’s Top Tight Ends

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  1. DKphin

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    http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/barry-jackson/article208386429.html
     
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    I'm really glad we are looking at the top TEs in this draft. Now let's hope it's not a smoke screen, though the way our depth chart looks I would be shocked if their interest isn't real.
     
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    I interpret this as Goedert isn't their first choice. Miami mainly shows interest in plan b, c, and d players. That's Miami's idea of a smoke screen.
     
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    Still think Fumagalli is the guy...
     
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    Wouldn’t be surprised if names we don’t recognize like like Ian and Dalton aren’t the draft picks. I think blocking is a prime requirement for any TE prospect of Gase’s team. We have lots of speedy and shifty WR’s to attack the middle of the field.
     
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    Smoke screens not needed hee. When all Dolphins fan agree on one thing, (our need for a TE), it's no secret to the rest of the NFL. I could see them concealing their interest in Gesicki though. Chances are they like all the top TE's but to clearly to differing degrees.

    We are in a really good spot in the 2nd round for a TE.

    Not many teams between 25-41 will consider taking a TE. Although Denver and Oakland immediately in front of us have me concerned.

    I want Goedert at 42.
     
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    why?
     
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    Hurst or Goedert in round 2 would be $$$$$$$$$$
     
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    Glad we are interested in Goedert (and Hurst). I'd take Gesicki after those 2, then probably Ian thomas / Mark Andrews- but until the third.

    We can come away with this draft with a decent player. Don't F it up miami
     

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