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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:05 am 
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Barry Jackson wrote:
Here are a few Dolphins snap numbers of note from Pro Football Focus.

Among Miami’s rookie draft picks,
Cordrea Tankersley had 637 snaps;
Davon Godchaux 500;
Charles Harris 496 and
Vincent Taylor 185.
Raekwon McMillan and Isaiah Ford missed the season with injuries, and Isaac Asiata didn’t play a snap.

The Dolphins’ top four snap leaders on offense:
Mike Pouncey at 971,
Kenny Stills at 939;
Laremy Tunsil at 934 and
Jarvis Landry at 929.

The Dolphins’ top four snap leaders on defense:
Xavien Howard with 1016;
Reshad Jones with 1015;
Kiko Alonso with 1007; and
Ndamukong Suh with 877.

Per the good folks at PFF, Pouncey’s 971 snaps were his most since 2012, and Stills’ 939 were 85 more than his previous career high from 2016.


Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-c ... rylink=cpy

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:03 am 
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There has been some criticism of Stills, but the iron man (2nd most snaps on offense) still had a productive year. It should be interesting how he looks next year with Tannehill hitting him deep. I missed the deep ball this year in our vanilla offense.

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How did WR Kenny Stills do and what is his contract status.

He had a productive season with 58 receptions for 847 yards and 6 TDs. Each category was second-best of his career. Stills made all 16 starts despite hand and back injuries. Had career-best 14 receptions of 20 or more yards; four fumbles was career worst. Contract status: Signed through 2020.


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Big Dave wrote:
There has been some criticism of Stills, but the iron man (2nd most snaps on offense) still had a productive year. It should be interesting how he looks next year with Tannehill hitting him deep. I missed the deep ball this year in our vanilla offense.


I'l like to see them send Stills deep down one sideline, and Grant deep down the other a few times during games.


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Cannot wait until 17 is running this offense.

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FINesse wrote:
Cannot wait until 17 is running this offense.


The potential is there for another big year from him...


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Asiata was the steal of the draft!

Should have been a 3rd rounder.

His only problem coming out was a little technique thing.. An easy fix for most any line coach when a guy has his strength.


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Asiata had a great college career and him slipping to the 5th was pretty stunning. Sad that he never cracked our starting lineup, especially with the superb coaching staff in Miami. You know, the staff that sheds starters for the rest of the NFL....


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The staff is holding Asiata back... They just don't know how to use talent. Even with all those injuries not using this guy was a mistake.


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Kev1321 wrote:
Asiata was the steal of the draft!


:haha

Draft hype. Of all the offensive linemen that rotated in due to injuries, he had ZERO snaps. You'd think they'd put him in there once in a while on running plays. I'm not sure what his learning curve was this year in being able to pick up stunts and such in pass coverage, but it couldn't have been good in practice.

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According to reports, Asiata has slow feet. He's a road grader, instead of the nimble type guard you need for zone blocking. We drafted a square for a round hole.


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We'll cut him, and he'll go on to be a pro bowler for somebody else.


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zatrex99 wrote:
According to reports, Asiata has slow feet. He's a road grader, instead of the nimble type guard you need for zone blocking. We drafted a square for a round hole.


I hope you don't mind, but I used your quote above in today's phinfever twitter/facebook posts. Great input.

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Big Dave wrote:
zatrex99 wrote:
According to reports, Asiata has slow feet. He's a road grader, instead of the nimble type guard you need for zone blocking. We drafted a square for a round hole.


I hope you don't mind, but I used your quote above in today's phinfever twitter/facebook posts. Great input.

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k-dash wrote:
We'll cut him, and he'll go on to be a pro bowler for somebody else.


I don't about all pro, but venerable starter, yes if in a road grader system (not zone but man to man).
You have to know the type player you need for the system. Quick feet and capable of reach around blocks.


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