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 Best Scheme Fits:The Miami Dolphins’ 2013 Draft 
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Best Scheme Fits:The Miami Dolphins’ 2013 Draft

Phinfanatic has a few ideas for picks that would fit what Miami needs.

http://phinphanatic.com/2013/04/04/best ... 013-draft/


Fri Apr 05, 2013 12:53 am
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Post Re: Best Scheme Fits:The Miami Dolphins’ 2013 Draft
Since Miami has already made the moves for Wallace and Gibson, I think drafting Eifert would be a solid move. I can see the team using Eifert and Keller to create mismatches and Eifert is the perfect red zone target for Tannehill. I really don't want to see another first round lineman.

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Post Re: Best Scheme Fits:The Miami Dolphins’ 2013 Draft
I'm praying we draft like this in the first three rounds:
1st - Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma
2nd - Eddie Lacy RB Alabama
2nd - Johnthan Banks CB Mississippi State
Trade 3rd and 4th to move up into 2nd:
2nd - David Amerson CB NC State
3rd - Barrett Jones OL Alabama

Johnson is a great prospect to protect Tannehill's blind side. While his run blocking isn't stellar (he could stand to build some upper body strength), his pass protection is absolutely elite. Johnson and Martin would hopefully give Tannehill bookend tackles and keep him upright. Lacy would be a perfect power back to complement Miller and help give the Dolphins a great one two punch. Lacy would be especially good when we need to pick up the 1st down in short yardage situations. Banks and Amerson are both ballhawking zone corners that would fit Coyle's scheme great. Both guys have excellent size and a reputation for creating turnovers. Jones is a versatile lineman that played left guard, left tackle, and center while at Alabama, and at a very high level. Some draft experts believe that he'd be a 1st day pick had he stayed at left tackle instead of sliding to center this year.


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