'Mando is right in that when it comes to talent acquisition we think much like our Dolphins and go in circles trying to fix holes. I think it's because the Dolphins have failed to bring in top talent. Look at anyone's top 100 players in the NFL and you'll only see Xavien Howard on the list, who we may end up trading this offseason. The thing though, is that the Grier/Flores combination is a good pairing while the Grier/Gase pairing was a trainwreck, and aside from releasing Van Noy (it's coming) after a year, the team is better now than it has been in many years with a young nucleus of players. I think if not for COVID affecting the cap, Van Noy would have played another season with us.
Armando Salguero (Miami Herald) wrote:
Round and round we go.
The amazing thing is some Dolphins fans have allowed themselves to start thinking like the team they love.
Proof: A number of staunch Dolphins fans have written suggesting I advocate the team draft Oregon left tackle Penei Sewell.
Sewell, by the way, is a wonderful prospect who deserves to be and will be selected in the first 5-10 selections of the April draft. But has everyone forgotten the Dolphins drafted a left tackle last year? In the first round?
And the quarterback, barring the team’s successful chase of Watson, is a left-hander whose blind side is on the right?
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