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With the Dolphins trading Tannehill to the Titans puts us in an interesting situation with Miami selection 17. 

You never know how this draft will sort its way out.  But if one of the decent QBs fall to #16 we could be in a position to trade our pick away and pick up an additional pick maybe even a 2020 1st rounder.

Would you be willing to trade down to a lower 20ish pick and get more picks?

What would you consider if you were Hurney?

 

 

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I believe we will stay put and pick up franchise pass rusher as passing rushing is our biggest weakness.

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It just depends on who is on the board. If there's a run on all the elite edge rushers prior to #16 I certainly wouldn't be opposed to fielding some calls about a potential trade down.

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28 minutes ago, DaveThePanther2008 said:

With the Dolphins trading Tannehill to the Titans puts us in an interesting situation with Miami selection 17

You never know how this draft will sort its way out.  But if one of the decent QBs fall to #16 we could be in a position to trade our pick away and pick up an additional pick maybe even a 2020 1st rounder.

Would you be willing to trade down to a lower 20ish pick and get more picks?

What would you consider if you were Hurney?

 

 

Did I miss something?

 

Doesn't the Dolphins have the 13th pick?

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40 minutes ago, DaveThePanther2008 said:

With the Dolphins trading Tannehill to the Titans puts us in an interesting situation with Miami selection 17. 

You never know how this draft will sort its way out.  But if one of the decent QBs fall to #16 we could be in a position to trade our pick away and pick up an additional pick maybe even a 2020 1st rounder.

Would you be willing to trade down to a lower 20ish pick and get more picks?

What would you consider if you were Hurney?

 

 

Generally speaking since the draft is deep at our positions of need, trading down makes sense. However, if an elite DE is there you have to take him. 

I say we work with Cleveland to get Ogbah and then the pressure is really off and just take best available. 

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12 minutes ago, Panthero said:

Generally speaking since the draft is deep at our positions of need, trading down makes sense. However, if an elite DE is there you have to take him. 

I say we work with Cleveland to get Ogbah and then the pressure is really off and just take best available. 

I don't think that a guy with 12.5 sacks over the past three years is going to do much to take away from our need for pass rushers. 

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22 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

I don't think that a guy with 12.5 sacks over the past three years is going to do much to take away from our need for pass rushers. 

Totally agree, but getting a guy that is a serviceable starter would keep us from having to reach in the first round if say 5-6 edge guys go before we pick. It's not likely but it is possible. 

I love Brian burns, but If he is the only top edge left does he fit our system? Also, I think Ferrell is overrated at 16 and rashan gary is a very boom or bust selection. Could be great, but hia production in college is mediocre for a guy with his athleticism. We need a sure thing. That's bosa, Allen, sweat and burns. 

Ferrell has some red flags as does Gary as first rounders and burns may not fit our scheme. Those first two are fine later in the first, imo.

I'd prefer to take Charles omeniure (sp?) If he's available in the 2nd round.

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Depends.  Let's say we have 3 players on top of our board of relatively equal value---for example, Cody Ford (T), Brian Burns (DE/OLB), and Jachai Polite (DE/OLB).  Does not  matter how you  have these players rated--that would be missing the point.  Then yes, make  the trade. 

 

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1 minute ago, MHS831 said:

 

Ignore the gray box.

I see it coming down to Ford or Ferrell.  Heard it here first. 

Tell your friends.

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2 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

Depends.  Let's say we have 3 players on top of our board of relatively equal value---for example, Cody Ford (T), Brian Burns (DE/OLB), and Jachai Polite (DE/OLB).  Does not  matter how you  have these players rated--that would be missing the point.  Then yes, make  the trade. 

 

Agree all three of those guys are great players but a little rich at 16 to me. Polite and burns may not be great fits at 4-3 end and Ford seems more a guard to me. I don't want to spend a 16 pick on a guard. If we knew he was a sure fire tackle then yes, draft him. Some risk though

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None of you are even mentioning Jonah Williams. I hope that it's because you don't believe that he'll fall.

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I’m actually thinking the opposite, if we are able to sign a fs or vet de before the draft i think we should consider trading up.

and I know this would inferiate the we should have lost week 17 crowd but just my take 

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