Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Feverdream, Mar 12, 2019.
You 're just figuring this out? Did you not watch the PC?
I have little problem with a long-term total rebuild (although Sundays will stink for 2019). If we have to take our medicine this year, so be it. Better that than constantly deluding ourselves that we're one or two players away from a playoff berth. Tear it down and start again. We've tried everything else to no avail, why not try this?
As terrible as we’ve been with cap space allocation why exactly is it a good thing to have so mucb next year?
Whole damn things a massive waste until we get a qb.
I got my answer when James walked and Miami made a “non competitive” offer to Flowers. Nothing else mattered.
Its a good point.
Clamoring to have 100 million in cap space in 2020 means nothing if you don’t get a proper signal caller in the building and don’t invest in your upcoming flagahip talent due contracts.
Get X done.
Then, hell pull a Dallas and extend Laremy now like they did Smith after year 3. Get a big discount doing him 2 years early if you know thats your 10 year LT.
Because you do him in 2 years and he continues this upward trend, that contract is 5/100 easy in 2021.
As long as lower teams don't move up and Miami is good with ANY top QB
Looks like we will be competing with the Giants for that top spot.
When the Dolphins finally draft a "franchise" QB, it will generate buzz again and everyone will forget about this lost season.
More like 10.
They did and instead of drafting Matt Ryan we took the big plug. Before that is was Ronnie Brown over Aaron.
Maybe, but buzz only lasts so long without wins.
The lectures by the echo chamber really is about semantics at its core.
It's just about digging ourselves out of a hole that took us a decade to get into.
And will still debate. Remember, it wasn't log ago a "complete rebuild" was keeping only a 'core' group of players with some considering trading Tunsil and X. That "complete rebuild" is still debatable.