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PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2012 4:48 am 
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Smooth move Ireland, trading a great prospect at corner for a pick lower than we drafted him. Especially with the current state of our secondary this is moronic.



Vontae rode that "prospect" wave as long he could. It's been time for him to show up and he never really lived up to all of the hype. I don't hate the move because I don't think Davis was all that. But it does leave this team thin at secondary. They're blowing it up, thinking big picture. This year will be brutal but they are doing the right things in the long run.


I hope you are right. CB are like pitchers in baseball. You don't trade great ones! If this was a position of strength for us I might be singing a different tune.

However, I think back to two year ago when Jason Allen had a great camp and beat out Sean Smith for the starting spot. But then by mid season he came way back down to earth and was eventually cut and now Smith is our best corner. If Richard Marshall falters we are not going to have the option of going back and putting Davis in the lineup. This is a big risk at one of the most important positions on the field.


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So far, some are reacting like Miami just lost a star

This is true. You want a 1st rd pick to be a star, impact player on your team. Vontae is niether. I remember too many times last year that he got torched. Excuses were flying everywhere saying he was hurt and what not. This year he was out of shape (again) and got demoted. Did Vontae peek in his sophmore year? I don't know, but if you take in the facts menioned above it sure looks that way.


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corners are only as good as the pass rush, and Davis was not a great corner.

a great front seven can make average corners look good.


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I hope you all aren't trying to put icing on crap and call it a cake. Unless we can turn that draft pick into a good wide receiver this week, this is a step backwards in my opinion.

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I hope you are right. CB are like pitchers in baseball. You don't trade great ones! If this was a position of strength for us I might be singing a different tune.


Ture, but I don't think VOntae was a great one.


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I hope you all aren't trying to put icing on crap and call it a cake. Unless we can turn that draft pick into a good wide receiver this week, this is a step backwards in my opinion.

If you lick the icing without licking the poop, it's good. Just don't lick too ahrd or deep...that sounds horrible, I know.


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look at how dominant the Niners were on defense last year, and they had a bunch of no-namers and retreads at corner.

Giants won the super bowl with pass rush, not elite corners.


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I hope you all aren't trying to put icing on crap and call it a cake. Unless we can turn that draft pick into a good wide receiver this week, this is a step backwards in my opinion.


This thread is already ridiculously long and is now a sparring match.

Not sure I can add much that isn't already on here, but its quite apparent the Fins realize they aren't a contender this year. Its going to be a tryout for the current roster to see if any fit into the long term plan. As PR pointed out in another thread, Miami will have an enormous amount of cash next year and they are loading up on picks for next year's draft.

Davis was a Parcells pick, not an Ireland pick. Maybe I'm alone on this but I don't think many guys taken before the 2011 draft were Ireland picks. He may have added his two cents but we all know who controlled the grocery list. Getting a 2nd rounder for him rather than a potential comp pick when they didn't re-sign him probably sounded better to Ireland.

Can we just see what happens before week 1 before losing our poop over this move?


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Giants won the super bowl with pass rush, not elite corners.


You're right about the 49ers but you missed the mark with the Giants. Aaron Ross and Corey Webster are no slouches. Ross is a former first round pick, Webster a former second. They also had solid safeties in Phillips and Rolle.

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Getting a 2nd rounder for him rather than a potential comp pick when they didn't re-sign him probably sounded better to Ireland.
He has 2 Yrs left on his deal.


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If you lick the icing without licking the poop, it's good. Just don't lick too ahrd or deep...that sounds horrible, I know.


LOL. I'll have to take your word on that!

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One thing I will say is that it was seeming as if the defense was not buying into the new scheme, so, maybe they felt they were getting rid of negative leadership.


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Getting a 2nd rounder for him rather than a potential comp pick when they didn't re-sign him probably sounded better to Ireland.
He has 2 Yrs left on his deal.

Doesn't mean he was part of the long term plans.

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Getting a 2nd rounder for him rather than a potential comp pick when they didn't re-sign him probably sounded better to Ireland.
He has 2 Yrs left on his deal.

Doesn't mean he was part of the long term plans.


That was my point. Ireland gets a higher pick for a guy of his choosing rather than a late 3rd rounder at best. Again, not saying it was a good or bad move, but I can see the logic Ireland is using.


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Doesn't mean he was part of the long term plans.

Of course. I was simply addressing the comp. pick. I'm not sure these guys actually have a plan, unless its lets build a team with little talent.

Again we sit with a bad team with little talent.. Seems to me that constant changing has not changed anything with this team over the past 10 yrs.


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Of course. I was simply addressing the comp. pick. I'm not sure these guys actually have a plan, unless its lets build a team with little talent.

Again we sit with a bad team with little talent.. Seems to me that constant changing has not changed anything with this team over the past 10 yrs.


The void of talent and jettisoning what remained of talent scares me. We're going to have $50 million in cap space next year, but we're coached by a man who believes in building through the draft, not Free Agency so what good is having all that money and a GM where the jury is still skeptical of his drafting abilities?

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Of course. I was simply addressing the comp. pick. I'm not sure these guys actually have a plan, unless its lets build a team with little talent.

Again we sit with a bad team with little talent.. Seems to me that constant changing has not changed anything with this team over the past 10 yrs.


The void of talent and jettisoning what remained of talent scares me. We're going to have $50 million in cap space next year, but we're coached by a man who believes in building through the draft, no Free Agency so what good is having all that money and a GM where the jury is still skeptical of his drafting abilities?


Outside of Jake Long do we have any bigger names that need to be re-signed? Just curious how much of that money needs to be used to keep any current talent.


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Outside of Jake Long do we have any bigger names that need to be re-signed? Just curious how much of that money needs to be used to keep any current talent.
I think Starks is a FA.


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I see people talking about V. Davis but using words/phrases such as "WAS" and "2011".

Here in 2012 V. Davis was not our best DB. He lost his starting spot and didnt seem to be putting must effort into getting it back. A 2nd round pick next year for a backup DB sounds great. We can fill another hole and become stronger.

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I see people talking about V. Davis but using words/phrases such as "WAS" and "2011".

Here in 2012 V. Davis was not our best DB. He lost his starting spot and didnt seem to be putting must effort into getting it back. A 2nd round pick next year for a backup DB sounds great. We can fill another hole and become stronger.

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3rd CB are backups. In the NFL today. They are on the field just about every play.

Has everyone forgotten how the Jets use to abuse the Phins 3rd Cb?


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Has everyone forgotten how the Jets used to abuse the Phins 3rd Cb?


Apparently quite a few people do.

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I see people talking about V. Davis but using words/phrases such as "WAS" and "2011".

Here in 2012 V. Davis was not our best DB. He lost his starting spot and didnt seem to be putting must effort into getting it back. A 2nd round pick next year for a backup DB sounds great. We can fill another hole and become stronger.

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3rd CB are backups. In the NFL today. They are on the field just about every play.

Has everyone forgotten how the Jets used to abuse the Phins 3rd Cb?


It was V. Davis that was going to be abused. I would rather have a 2nd round pick next year than watch a lackadaisical V. Davis walking around giving half-effort while WRs make plays over him.

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Great move. Couldn't have done it better myself. I was waiting for the high priced dead weight to be cut and dropped. I never seen much of a difference in him then Marshall besides paycheck.

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Great move. Couldn't have done it better myself. I was waiting for the high priced dead weight to be cut and dropped. I never seen much of a difference in him then Marshall besides paycheck.


Huh? VD doesn't make more than Marshall.

Vontae Davis
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2013 $1,136,250
2012 cap hit $2,703,750

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Great move. Couldn't have done it better myself. I was waiting for the high priced dead weight to be cut and dropped. I never seen much of a difference in him then Marshall besides paycheck.


Vontae had 974K, and 1.1 million left on the last 2 years of his deal.

Marshall has 3 years and 5.3 million per year on his deal.

Also, Marshall was terrible against Atlanta while Davis was shut-down...

Needless to say, I disagree.


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The more I think about this the more I like the trade..

it's almost like we used hard knocks to our advantage..

the first time they say "Ah look VD is playing better" we trade him...

I don't think they like players that are not focused and ready to play on opening day.. This reminds me of some of the eagles trades..

Let AJ look like a great QB trade him... same with Kolb... they LOL all the way to the draft...

This time we got some value for a player that shows up out of shape.. is never ready.. anyone else remember what the pats did to him opening game.. sorry. I am not a VD fan..

ya once he gets in the right mindset and in shape he does better.. but heck it's like having to beg your kid to clear there bedroom once a week.. you just get tired of it after a bit...

I have np with this trade... I don't exspect to have a good season anyone.. We are rebuilding. or retooling or whatever.. call it what you will but we are not ready to run with the big dogs.. you might as well get what you can and take that 50 mill cap we have next season... and do some real damage with it..


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The more I think about this the more I like the trade..

it's almost like we used hard knocks to our advantage..

the first time they say "Ah look VD is playing better" we trade him...


What sense does it make to allow other teams to witness the conditioning issue first? At that point you're already incriminating the player before you attempt to trade him .... a trade which should've occurred much earlier in the offseason (since they were obviously premeditating it) in order to help bolster other pathetic areas like our WR core.

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I have np with this trade... I don't exspect to have a good season anyone.. We are rebuilding. or retooling or whatever.. call it what you will but we are not ready to run with the big dogs.. you might as well get what you can and take that 50 mill cap we have next season... and do some real damage with it..


$50 million for a coach who has openly lamented how he prefers the draft over free agency to bring in his own kind of players. So I'm not gonna go ape over that cap room.

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For those saying they don't mind the trade because we are rebuilding makes no sense. If we are "rebuilding" why trade a 24 year old former 1st round pick CB that hasn't reached his potential? He came in the league at 21 years old! He is still young guys and sometimes that brings immaturity but lets not get it twisted and act as if he is some type of diva or problem child his whole career.

But at the end of the day, Jeff Ireland says they are NOT "rebuilding" so that can't even be used as an excuse for trading Vontae. I don't even care if we end up getting a WR because of this deal. Because now we are WEAK at CB! Are you really relying on Nolan Carroll!? And Sean Smith has looked good but he has yet to prove himself on Sunday's as well! Vontae was the most consistent CB on this team the last 3 years.

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Here in 2012 V. Davis was not our best DB. He lost his starting spot


Don't believe anything in the preseason. I promise you VD would have been starting Game 1. The Dolphins were trying to give him an attitude adjustment.

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I don't agree with everything Joe Philbin is doing, but I do firmly believe he has a right to assemble HIS team.

When you are in a position of leadership you need to make sure everyone under you believes in your vision, and will fight for your cause. They need to be on your team.

Philbin comes from a strong two parent family in Green Bay. That's a rock solid organization with a tremendously strong fan base. What he married into was a Dolphins organization on its fourth marriage, with children from three different fathers. Some of those kids have personality disorders and depression, some have drug problems, some who have been abused. This franchise is/and has been a mess for a while.

Philbin has the right to do whatever he believes will build it right. BUT, he has to understand the bodies will begin to stack up with each move, and the trust HAS BEEN damaged. The only thing that can heal those issues is winning. If the wins don't come, and progress isn't shown, more bodies will start to stack up.

Philbin's biggest issue is he hasn't won, and there is no evidence of progress.



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For those saying they don't mind the trade because we are rebuilding makes no sense. If we are "rebuilding" why trade a 24 year old former 1st round pick CB that hasn't reached his potential? He came in the league at 21 years old! He is still young guys and sometimes that brings immaturity but lets not get it twisted and act as if he is some type of diva or problem child his whole career.


Were Tennessee Titan fans saying the same thing about Vince Young?

I know his antics were far worse but if the coaching staff doesn't believe you can be fixed then your draft status doesn't matter. It makes perfect sense in the eyes of the people doing the rebuilding.

I think a lot more went into this decision then just showing up out of shape or making dumb comments.


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Here in 2012 V. Davis was not our best DB. He lost his starting spot


Don't believe anything in the preseason. I promise you VD would have been starting Game 1. The Dolphins were trying to give him an attitude adjustment.


ANYTHING?

I don't believe EVERYTHING in the preseason, but I do believe SOME THINGS. Like when I see an out of shape, slow CB, giving half an effort, and with an attitude problem.

I believe Sean Smith has taken his game to the next level.

Anything that contains the phrase "would have been" is more likely to not hold up under scrutiny.

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Giants won the super bowl with pass rush, not elite corners.


You're right about the 49ers but you missed the mark with the Giants. Aaron Ross and Corey Webster are no slouches. Ross is a former first round pick, Webster a former second. They also had solid safeties in Phillips and Rolle.



Corey Webster is solid but Ross gets burnt a ton, which is why he is no longer a Giant. The Giants success comes up front, which is what teams should strive to replicate. The giants lose corners to injury every year, yet still have one of the more dominating defense.


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The Davis supporters here give the same excuses for him every year, pretending that maybe one year he will grow up and change....guess what guys, it was never gonna happen.
I don't care if he's 'only' 24, he was coming into his 4th year. I would hope that a 4 year pro would have his crap together by now.

Rebuilding doesnt just mean getting rid of older players, it also means cleaning out all the bad attritudes, regardless of age.


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Im definitely not a v davis supporter. I like that we got a 2nd round pick for him. I dont think he was buying into Philbins philosophy. But I have never been impressed with Nolan Caroll either.

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Geesh. That is going out on a limb.


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Can we start the Larry Fitzgerald for Matt Moore rumors now, have some pie and chips, and sing Kumbaya?


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Geesh. That is going out on a limb.


Yay, someone elses roster cut!

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Can we start the Larry Fitzgerald for Matt Moore rumors now, have some pie and chips, and sing Kumbaya?


That's reminiscent of some of the trade offers I get in the Dynasty League that I'm in. That won't happen.

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If I remember right, we had a lot of family guys on that 2007 team. ... and wow...way to spin Vontae into a backup. The minute he loses that Dolphin Jersey he is crap. LOL.


I know right ... LOL

Too bad his own secondary coach could be heard saying how good he thought VD could be on Hard Knocks.



is this the same coach that was bashing Vontae for his stupid play on tonite's episode when he pulled the Atlanta receiver to the ground? LOL


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