Why Kyler Murray Can Be The Savior For The Miami Dolphins

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  1. TrinidadDolfan

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    So much disappointment heading our way. :lol:

    I just don’t see Grier ( Mr Prototype) and especially Marino being all in on a small QB. Hopefully Flores bangs the table for him but I doubt it.
     
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    We can go so many ways in round 1 i feel like it won’t be hard to find a good player

    Murray if we go QB
    Devin White would be a solid LB pick

    Plenty of pass rushers

    Some good DTs

    Some good corners, Greedy williams there or maybe trade down and grab one a bit later

    Who makes it to 13 is the question?
     
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    I don't know about a Savior which we all can agree is definitely needed but there are TWO top shelf quality QB guys that if we're willing to give up some valuable possessions (high draft picks) are attainable.
    Murray my first choice and also Haskins whos proven on the biggest non NFL stage also no slunker. We will see in this Draft what we have acquired as a GM and the still in question insight and skill Grier actually brings to the table...Or the stuff we lived with for half a life time and are truthfully sick and tired of.

    IMO, though always a risk and the unusual rarely seen big time sacrifice to move up enough spots to assure one of those guys is a NO Brainer for several critical reasons and IMO this can be one of the most important Dolphin moves in its history, cause it really is that Big of a Move which We Must Gamble on for the odds aren't in my life time ever going to be much better...Hoping they have a clue.......JMO
     
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    next week this article will be talking about Daniel Jones as the saviot
     
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    Every year these QB's fly up the board around draft time, I doubt he will be available at 13.
     
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    RG3 already 'revolutionized' the NFL.
     
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    Would you take him if he was?
     
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    When stories start piling up about Murray being selfish and disliked by his own team, and questioning his pocket feel and vision, I'll start with the Murray comparisons.
     
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    Eh, why not just trade up to 4 anyway? Worst case scenario you end up with Williams or Bosa. Best case you get Haskins or the dwarf.
     
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    Probably! I'm not crazy about his size but if start him right away and it doesn't work out we'd be in position to get another guy who is on the horizon. Best case he works out, next best case is we give him 2 years and the 2nd is ugly, worst case and unfortunately the most likely is he's mediocre with flashes of potential we can't give up on.
     
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    Has he even for sure said he will play pro football and not baseball? I would hate to draft a guy in the 1st round then a few months later he decides to play baseball.
     
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    If Dan Marino taught us anything it's that we don't need a savior at QB, we need a great QB surrounded by a great team.
     
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    Haskins maybe gone at 4 but would do it for him and preferably Murray.
    In doing so we'd be giving up probably our 2nd and possibly 3rd too in the 2019 draft and I wouldn't want to touch those high picks in the 2020 draft. I wouldn't give that up except for one of those 2 QB's...

    sorry I delete that post. I've been rambling on about this to much. Said my piece and JMO
     
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    I disagree

    We would have been nothing without Marino.

    God bless that man
     

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