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Old 04-12-2013, 03:07 PM  
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We just might get a trade down yet.

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A pretty good source is confirming pretty much what Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reported earlier today and that is that the Dolphins have OOs Luke Joeckel of Texas A&M and Central Michigan’s Eric Fisher rated considerably higher than Oklahoma’s Lane Johnson. As such, the Dolphins don’t appear to be all that interested in trading up for Johnson as has been speculated around the league in recent days, but are very keen to move up for either Joeckel or Fisher. In fact, according to sources the Dolphins won’t rule out trading all the way up to the #1 pick to get one of those guys if that’s what it takes. In fact, Miami G.M. Jeff Ireland confirmed at a pre-draft presser yesterday that the Dolphins, who have extra selections in both the second and third rounds, are prepared to move up in this year’s open round and won’t rule out dealing for the top pick.
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Old 04-14-2013, 11:12 AM   #136
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I'd love it if we could trade down and snag Austin. But Moeaki needs replaced at some point. Far to unreliable.
That would be nice too. But that would mean McCluster will be traded, and I think Reid likes him too much to trade him.
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Old 04-14-2013, 11:20 AM   #137
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That would be nice too. But that would mean McCluster will be traded, and I think Reid likes him too much to trade him.

Why? Look at the Packers WR corp. They have multiple speed guys. Bowe, Avery, Austin, McCluster would make a bad ass 4 WR set. Very toudh to defend. Put Charles in that mix at either lone RB or move him out to a 5 WR set, and out offense would be a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses.
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Old 04-14-2013, 11:35 AM   #138
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I don't hate McCluster as much as some on here do, but he's too slow for his size. Austin would be a major upgrade that would also be a game breaker in the return game. I'd move McCluster to back up RB and give him about 10 touches / game.
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Old 04-14-2013, 11:49 AM   #139
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I don't hate McCluster as much as some on here do, but he's too slow for his size. Austin would be a major upgrade that would also be a game breaker in the return game. I'd move McCluster to back up RB and give him about 10 touches / game.
I'd trade McCluster for a bag of Fritos and a box of Cheez-Its, and feel like I raped in the deal.
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Old 04-14-2013, 12:44 PM   #140
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I'd trade McCluster for a bag of Fritos and a box of Cheez-Its, and feel like I raped in the deal.
As our 3rd receiver with Bowe and Avery, yeah I think we could do better. However, as our 4th receiver in a set with Bowe, Avery, and Austin, I thnk he could be very effective.

He actually looked pretty good in the Denver game a couple of years ago with Orton at the QB spot... both as a runner and receiver when Bowe was in the game to take some heat off.

Will he ever live up to his draft position? Probably not. But he still could add a lot to this team as a 4th to 5th option that many teams wouldn't have.
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Old 04-14-2013, 12:57 PM   #141
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As our 3rd receiver with Bowe and Avery, yeah I think we could do better. However, as our 4th receiver in a set with Bowe, Avery, and Austin, I thnk he could be very effective.

He actually looked pretty good in the Denver game a couple of years ago with Orton at the QB spot... both as a runner and receiver when Bowe was in the game to take some heat off.

Will he ever live up to his draft position? Probably not. But he still could add a lot to this team as a 4th to 5th option that many teams wouldn't have.
McCluster did nothing that any slapdick couldn't do when Orton was at QB.

All those games showed was how terrible Cassel was to the idiots that still defended that useless piece of garbage.
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Old 04-14-2013, 01:33 PM   #142
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I don't hate McCluster as much as some on here do, but he's too slow for his size. Austin would be a major upgrade that would also be a game breaker in the return game. I'd move McCluster to back up RB and give him about 10 touches / game.
Not with Gray on this team. I'd keep him over Dex.
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Old 04-14-2013, 01:36 PM   #143
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I'd trade McCluster for a bag of Fritos and a box of Cheez-Its, and feel like I raped in the deal.
that's the truth!!

If I could trade him for the rights to Drew Bledsoe, I would do it and consider it rape.
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Old 04-14-2013, 01:37 PM   #144
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McCluster did nothing that any slapdick couldn't do when Orton was at QB.

All those games showed was how terrible Cassel was to the idiots that still defended that useless piece of garbage.
It showed me why Haley hated Pioli and that ****ing 'quarterbacking corps' he had been saddled with, and then that's when I understood why he went insane.
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Old 04-14-2013, 01:38 PM   #145
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McCluster did nothing that any slapdick couldn't do when Orton was at QB.

All those games showed was how terrible Cassel was to the idiots that still defended that useless piece of garbage.
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Old 04-14-2013, 01:51 PM   #146
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McCluster did nothing that any slapdick couldn't do when Orton was at QB.

All those games showed was how terrible Cassel was to the idiots that still defended that useless piece of garbage.
McCluster is faster and more agile than people on CP give him credit for, and I think the claims that he's not are a little ridiculous.

McCluster has sucked because he's making terrible decisions in the open field, he seems uncomfortable and unnatural running the ball in space or not in space unless he's a RB, and because of all that he looks tentative. He has to be coached out of that. But the idea that he can't improve is wrong. It's just becoming more and more of a longshot at this point.
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McCluster is faster and more agile than people on CP give him credit for, and I think the claims that he's not are a little ridiculous.

McCluster has sucked because he's making terrible decisions in the open field, he seems uncomfortable and unnatural running the ball in space or not in space unless he's a RB, and because of all that he looks tentative. He has to be coached out of that. But the idea that he can't improve is wrong. It's just becoming more and more of a longshot at this point.
I would've been uncomfortable on this team in 2011 and 2012 as well.
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Old 04-14-2013, 02:29 PM   #148
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I don't hate McCluster as much as some on here do, but he's too slow for his size. Austin would be a major upgrade that would also be a game breaker in the return game. I'd move McCluster to back up RB and give him about 10 touches / game.
why would you possibly want to move an undersized guy who can't make people miss to RB?

talking about wasting a roster spot
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Lol. Stop trying to compare this scenario to the Favre-Rodgers scenario. The two are incredibly different.
When did I say that in my post, asswipe? As of today, no it is not. Two years from now? It very well could be. And that, is one of many reasons John Dorsey needs to be around. Let Reid have his little man-crush, and let him learn from it. I'm glad that info came out; soooooooo glad. Puts the FAIL blame right where it belongs, and gives my man Dorsey a clean shrug of the shoulders when shit(read; Alice)goes south. Good times, mother****er. Good times.
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This is where I'm at. I wasn't thrilled with Reid, wasn't happy with Smith. I was however thrilled with the Dorsey hire. I think he's the key and hopefully has the brains to straighten things out for a change.
John Dorsey, if given the authority more often than not, will ABSOLUTELY build us one mother****er of a football team. The thought of KC having a Raji, Hawk, Matthews, and Rodgers of our own is just wood-inducing. I absolutely believe in John Dorsey. That mother****er wants BALLERS and not "value". **** value.
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