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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2022 8:53 am 
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Cameron Wolfe (twitter) wrote:
Dolphins hold 49ers 1st rd pick, which will be at best 25th overall after today’s win. The Dolphins original pick, traded to the Philadelphia Eagles in trade up for Jaylen Waddle, will be 15th. Dolphins view Waddle as worth the deal. But Eagles also very happy with top-15 pick.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2022 8:57 am 
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While higher is better, its not where you pick, its who you pick. This does put Miami in a position to trade down into Rd. 2 for a team wanting to get back into Rd. 1 and pick up more draft capital ( Typically a next yrs 1st ).


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2022 9:01 am 
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….another bonehead move by Grier.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2022 9:05 am 
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Thanks Grier.


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Maybe we will use this low 1st round draft pick on someone like... let's see... maybe Iggbybhgiby from somewhere like Auburn.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2022 9:09 am 
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Maybe we will use this low 1st round draft pick on someone like... let's see... maybe Iggbybhgiby from somewhere like Auburn.


Watch them select a D lineman again and pick O Linemen starting about round 4. Also, Grier will surely find another bellwether running back in round 7 or so….


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Phinished wrote:
….another bonehead move by Grier.

Imagine thinking a player who set the rookie receiving record is not worth a few draft spots.


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Dphins4me wrote:
Phinished wrote:
….another bonehead move by Grier.

Imagine thinking a player who set the rookie receiving record is not worth a few draft spots.


Well….there is just staying pat at 3 and taking Chase. Or, if you wanted those extra first rounders for Grier to squander for guys like Igby and Jackson, then pick at 12 and take Micah Parsons. Waddle is a fine player, but I think having Chase or Parsons would have been pretty darn good.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2022 11:19 am 
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Phinished wrote:
Well….there is just staying pat at 3 and taking Chase. Or, if you wanted those extra first rounders for Grier to squander for guys like Igby and Jackson..
Or pick, Waddle, Phillips & Holland, Wilkens, Hunt orDavis Funny on how you ignore them, but it does not fit your narrative, so honesty is not going to be forthcoming with you..

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then pick at 12 and take Micah Parsons.
Parson would have been nice, but who the heck would Miami had thrown the ball to had they drafted Parsons? Mack Hollins as Wr. 1? :)) Are you that freaking serious? The 2022 draft is defensive heavy anyway.

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Waddle is a fine player, but I think having Chase or Parsons would have been pretty darn good.
Chase would have been fine, and him or Pitts were who I wanted, but Chase in Miami is not getting deep with 2 sec for the QB to throw. Even though Pitts was elected to the PB his stats do not show it.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2022 5:25 pm 
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All this fuss about Waddle and Chase and the difference between picking at 3 or 6 ...

Cooper Kupp ran a 4.66 (later improved to a 4.62), which was one of the slowest combine times for a WR. This is probably why, despite breaking all kinds of records at Eastern Washington, he didn't get picked until the third round (in the 2017 draft).

So, regardless of whether we pick 29th or 31st with that SF pick, there is going to be a Pro Bowler available.

There is no "cap" on how much a team can spend on its scouting department. What is the typical budget for a team? We should spend tens of millions of dollars to find those Cooper Kupps out there.


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All this fuss about Waddle and Chase and the difference between picking at 3 or 6 ...

Cooper Kupp ran a 4.66 (later improved to a 4.62), which was one of the slowest combine times for a WR. This is probably why, despite breaking all kinds of records at Eastern Washington, he didn't get picked until the third round (in the 2017 draft).

So, regardless of whether we pick 29th or 31st with that SF pick, there is going to be a Pro Bowler available.

There is no "cap" on how much a team can spend on its scouting department. What is the typical budget for a team? We should spend tens of millions of dollars to find those Cooper Kupps out there.


What? With that logic, then let us trade all of our picks for as many 6th and 7th rounders as we can…..heck, the GOAT was a 6th rounder. …. :))


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Phinished wrote:
What? With that logic, then let us trade all of our picks for as many 6th and 7th rounders as we can…..heck, the GOAT was a 6th rounder.

Yeap, end of Rd. 1 is equal to the BS you just posted. Get real for once in your life.

Again, its who you pick, not where. I guarantee a player picked in the top 10 will be a bust, while some player picked later will be a HoFer or at worst a perennial PBer, but lets continue to whine, because whiners whine.


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Dphins4me wrote:
Phinished wrote:
What? With that logic, then let us trade all of our picks for as many 6th and 7th rounders as we can…..heck, the GOAT was a 6th rounder.

Yeap, end of Rd. 1 is equal to the BS you just posted. Get real for once in your life.

Again, its who you pick, not where. I guarantee a player picked in the top 10 will be a bust, while some player picked later will be a HoFer or at worst a perennial PBer, but lets continue to whine, because whiners whine.



Exactly a couple picks the last few years.

2020

Pick 28 Patrick Queen
Pick 32 Clyde Edwards Helaire

2021

Pick 30 Greg Rousseau
Pick 31 Odafe Oweh


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Phinished wrote:
prof123 wrote:
All this fuss about Waddle and Chase and the difference between picking at 3 or 6 ...

Cooper Kupp ran a 4.66 (later improved to a 4.62), which was one of the slowest combine times for a WR. This is probably why, despite breaking all kinds of records at Eastern Washington, he didn't get picked until the third round (in the 2017 draft).

So, regardless of whether we pick 29th or 31st with that SF pick, there is going to be a Pro Bowler available.

There is no "cap" on how much a team can spend on its scouting department. What is the typical budget for a team? We should spend tens of millions of dollars to find those Cooper Kupps out there.


What? With that logic, then let us trade all of our picks for as many 6th and 7th rounders as we can…..heck, the GOAT was a 6th rounder. …. :))


I meant the post more as a comment on how great Cupp is than a commentary on draft strategy. Having said that, there are lots of Pro Bowl players who get picked on Days 1 and 2 of the draft. Your extrapolation out to Rounds 6 and 7 is silly, where Pro Bowlers are very rare. You are just trying to stir things up.


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