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PostPosted: Sat Jul 20, 2013 6:46 am 
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No. 23 (tie) Mike Wallace pouted his way into a mega-contract with the Dolphins. His peripherals are solid but unspectacular. To put his season in contrast, Cecil Shorts scored one less point on 188 fewer snaps despite playing with Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne.

No. 27 Brian Hartline has garnered little praise for his 2.08 yards per route, in part because he caught only one touchdown. Based on their 2012 performances and projected 2013 roles, there are plenty of scenarios in which Hartline outscores his new receiving teammate at a fraction of the ADP.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 20, 2013 8:22 am 
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There is that phrase again.

"Hartline may"


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Dphins4me wrote:
There is that phrase again.

"Hartline may"


Well, the season hasn't started yet and he only put together good numbers just last year. He's definitely not a Calvin Johnson who is a proven playmaker year after year. Since he isn't the #1 receiver any longer, I would think that he'll get the ball more often. We can hope for that.

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Big Dave wrote:

Well, the season hasn't started yet and he only put together good numbers just last year. He's definitely not a Calvin Johnson who is a proven playmaker year after year. Since he isn't the #1 receiver any longer, I would think that he'll get the ball more often. We can hope for that.

I just hope he comes close to earning that contract, which IMO is repeating his numbers from last year, plus about 6-7 more TDs.


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Big Dave wrote:

Well, the season hasn't started yet and he only put together good numbers just last year. He's definitely not a Calvin Johnson who is a proven playmaker year after year. Since he isn't the #1 receiver any longer, I would think that he'll get the ball more often. We can hope for that.

I just hope he comes close to earning that contract, which IMO is repeating his numbers from last year, plus about 6-7 more TDs.


Part of the reason he received that contract is because he's proven he can do it without good talent around him. You add Wallace and Keller, who will catch the attention of opposing secondaries and linebackers, and Hartline now has more space to operate. He'll have more TDs this year.

His advantage from the get go is Tannehill's comfort level with him. I'd bet he is the most targeted receiver thru the first few games.


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It sounds as if Tannehill is gonna force the issue of finding Wallace deep. The Steelers didn't do that last year. I'm projecting Wallace for
70 1040 yds. 7 TD's

Hartline
57 840 yds. 3 TD's


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 20, 2013 2:23 pm 
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It sounds as if Tannehill is gonna force the issue of finding Wallace deep. The Steelers didn't do that last year. I'm projecting Wallace for
70 1040 yds. 7 TD's

Hartline
57 840 yds. 3 TD's


I hope L. Miller wins the rushing title then...lol


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 20, 2013 3:01 pm 
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Mak this offense is going to have excellent balance. Wallace doesn't need to be Calvin Johnson. His mere prescence will open everybody up and make their jobs easier. I think Miller will be the most productive offensive player.

my 2013 offensive projections for Miami:

Tannehill
3900 pyd 22 pTD 270 ruyd 3 ruTD

Miller
1170 ryd 8 ruTD 240 reyd 2 reTD

Wallace
70 for 1040 yds. 7 TDs

Hartline
57 for 840 yds. 3 TDs

Gibson
48 for 580 yds. 4 TDs

Keller
53 for 570 yds. 4 TDs


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 20, 2013 3:10 pm 
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not to mention a top 7 defense!!!!

17 sacks for Wake, 9 for Jordan, 5 for Vernon.

6 picks for Grimes and Jones each!!!

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