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What is the Dolphins Draft Pick for 2014?

Perfect72

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Has the draft order for the Non-playoff teams been finalized yet?
 

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More important question is can we find someone to make the draft pick and not blow it monumentally.

Dion Jordan, Jamar Taylor, Will Davis, Dallas Thomas.
 

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same as every year. Just bad enough for there to be no talent...

Being mediocre is the death knell of a franchise in the NFL.

Mediocre team = mediocre draft pick = mediocre talent = mediocre team = mediocre draft pick = mediocre talent...rinse and repeat forever and ever.

This team needs a new GM and 2 or 3 solid losing years with picks in the 3-5 range before they'll ever have a chance.
 

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Still a lot of games to be played but it is looking like anywhere from 15-19, depending on where our SOS falls. Won't be 21 or over as mentioned earlier as those slots are reserved for teams who make the playoffs.
 

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same as every year. Just bad enough for there to be no talent...

Being mediocre is the death knell of a franchise in the NFL.

Mediocre team = mediocre draft pick = mediocre talent = mediocre team = mediocre draft pick = mediocre talent...rinse and repeat forever and ever.

This team needs a new GM and 2 or 3 solid losing years with picks in the 3-5 range before they'll ever have a chance.

The 49ers defined mediocre from 2005 through 2010. Then they hired Harbaugh and made a change in the front office.

The Panthers have had only one terrible season in the last 10 years. Hired Ron Rivera and a new GM.

I could go on. Bottom line is that turning a team into a winner in today's NFL doesn't require repeated seasons of drafting in the top 5. What it takes is a good-to-great head coach and excellent talent evaluators.
 
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