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Listened to a guy last night saying that to get Tannehill(stock rising), you need to speak with Minnesota. I assume he is thinking "get ahead of Cleveland".

If, Miami switched with Minny and picked Tannehill, that could cause a lot of movement in the top ten.

What would Cleveland do at the point? They do not need Kalil.

Kilil could never make it past St Louis at 6, so would Buffalo move up to 5 in a trade with Tampa to take Kalil. Tampa could still get Richardson at 10.

Many possibilities if Miami jumps to 3.

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That would be wild to have 3 QBs go 1,2,3... when was the last time that happened?

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How did it go the year McNabb got drafted?

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How did it go the year McNabb got drafted?

yep, couch, mcnabb, akili smith

that must be the last time it happened.

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Listened to a guy last night saying that to get Tannehill(stock rising), you need to speak with Minnesota. I assume he is thinking "get ahead of Cleveland".

If, Miami switched with Minny and picked Tannehill, that could cause a lot of movement in the top ten.

What would Cleveland do at the point? They do not need Kalil.

Kilil could never make it past St Louis at 6, so would Buffalo move up to 5 in a trade with Tampa to take Kalil. Tampa could still get Richardson at 10.

Many possibilities if Miami jumps to 3.

That person was Jim Irsay

“Tannehill is a hidden gem in this draft,a quiet secret who was always sneaking up to #3..you want him,you better talk to Zigi The Biggie!”

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Tannehill is going to be the most overdrafted player of this draft.

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The Panthers will still be in a tough position. If we would have landed that 8 or 9 overall pick we would have a great shot at landing a very good player that can help us now in many ways. If Tannehill was to land at 3 with Miami this how I see the rest of the draft going.

1. Colts- Andrew Luck

2. Redskins- RG3

3. Miami- Ryan Tannheill

4. Browns- Trent Richardson

5. Tampa Bay- Morris Claiborne

6. Rams- Matt Kalil

7. Jaguars- Melvin Ingram

8. Vikings- Riley Rieff

9. Carolina- Justin Blackmon

10. Bills- Johnthan Martin

In this situation the only player I could see us land is Justin Blackmon. I just don't see Morris Claiborne falling to #9 anymore. You either take Blackmon or the best defensive player on the board. In my opinion the best defensive player would probable will be Quinton Coples. The issue with this is I don't like or trust Coples at all. I don't think he will be very good.

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That person was Jim Irsay

You are right. It was someone on NFL network talking about it though, middle of the night and cannot remember, might have been Casserly

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I really like Luke Kuechly. I just feel you can't depend on Thomas Davis. If I'm the Panthers and we are in a position where we can't get a good player without reaching then I would trade down and try to get Kuechly. The guy is a stud hands down. Very Smart and could be a monster at WLB. If we put Kuechly there he would be a great addition to help in pass coverage and do what he do best which is stop the run.

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Tannehill is going to be the most overdrafted player of this draft.

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Don't see Kuechly being drafted before Tannehill and Tannehill has more question marks than Kuechly, so....

And this is coming from someone who dosn't really like Kuechly.

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Bill Polian suggested something like this as well on ESPN.com

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