From Barry Jackson. His article (below) discussed how Kiper and McShay view the 2020 QB draft class. None are viewed today as franchise QBs. They are good, some have excellent qualities, but they also have shown shortcomings. Given that, and assuming the Fins have the 1st pick, this is Jackson’s conclusion. And I like it! (Go Rosen!).
(PS. Of course, he had to go and ruin it with that “draft brilliantly” condition. Don’t know if anyone in this FO is “brilliant” at drafting, but maybe, just maybe they can be? For once? Pretty please!)
The best case scenario for the Dolphins from a draft standout? That Rosen leaves no doubt that he’s the quarterback of the future, but Miami still gets the No. 1 pick because of defensive shortcomings. Then the Dolphins could extract a boatload of assets from another team with a high pick (let’s say the Bengals) in a draft day trade for Tua.
Imagine the Dolphins emerging not only with a top five pick in that 2020 draft but an additional second and/or third rounder, among other compensation. Next April, Miami already is expected to have two picks in every round except the first round.
With the possibility of three second-rounders and three third-rounders plus a top-five pick, the Dolphins could fill virtually every hole on defense – plus right tackle and No. 1 receiver – if they draft brilliantly.
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