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PostPosted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:40 pm 
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So what if we could Get Marshal for just a 1st? Theres a good chance that Mclain isnt on the board at 12 and if thats the case i would want to move down anyway. I think it would be awfully hard passing up on a top 5 WR at the age of 25 for a 1st round pick


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So what if we could Get Marshal for just a 1st? Theres a good chance that Mclain isnt on the board at 12 and if thats the case i would want to move down anyway. I think it would be awfully hard passing up on a top 5 WR at the age of 25 for a 1st round pick


If the staff is thinking about drafting Dez Bryant with the #12 pick, I would say go for it and trade that pick for Marshall, pending a thorough background check


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Earlier today, an Arizona sports radio station apparently reported that the Dolphins and Cards were in active negotiations regarding Boldin.

What about throwing in Porter with that 3rd round pick? The Cards could use a pass rusher, and could definitely use a big time locker room presense (good or bad, not sure, lol), like Porter with Dansby, Quan and Rolle likely leaving, and Warner having retired.


This actually makes sense considering that much of the Cards' staff is from Pitt.

He will be happy there as he's closer to home, and we can get what we need.

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What is my reasoning? It's called history.

He's 29. He will be 30 next season.


that was an honest question, I just don't get how trading a draft pick for a known player is a crapshoot. If you are trading for an older player then it can be hit or miss, but throughout "history" players traded away in their prime still play at a high level with their new team, which would actually make it the opposite of a crapshoot, more like a bird in hand.


And trading for receivers isn't the same crap shoot as trading for any other position. They just don't get beat up in the same way as most other positions. Moss is still playing at elite level, and will likely do so for years to come.

I expect that Boldin will do so as well. He is elite, and would be exactly what we need in that he is big, strong and knows how to fight for the ball and win. Plus his YAC is crazy, and always has been.

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Marshall is one of the top 2 or 3 most talented WR's in the NFL....


There are more than 3 wideouts I would take over him.

Obviously Johnson and Fitzgerald, but I would also take Randy Moss, Reggie Wayne, Roddy White and maybe even Vincent Jackson over him.

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Boldin's the best WR available


When did Boldin become a free agent?


I'd take Marshall over Moss any day. Moss is an aging physical freak with past issues. Marshall is a young ascending physical freak with some issues. I question Moss' dedication after some of the things I saw from him this year. Marshall might be a lot of things. But, when he plays.. he brings it. Wayne is the best route runner in the league. But, would he flourish in a offense without Peyton Manning?

I have no issue with wanting Jackson over Marshall.. however, I still think Marshall is more talented.

But, yes.. Boldin is not a Free Agent. Either way we look at it.. if we want that go to guy in FA we are going to have to give up some picks. I personally would rather have a guy who is younger and ascending and hasn't been oft injured. JMHO

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Wayne is the best route runner in the league.


some might disagree after that super bowl performance


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MTFan wrote:
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Wayne is the best route runner in the league.


some might disagree after that super bowl performance

One performance dosnt define a player


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FloDro wrote:
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Wayne is the best route runner in the league.


some might disagree after that super bowl performance

One performance dosnt define a player


true, but can it lose you "best route runner in the league?"


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All this Boldin talk makes me wonder what Eddie Moore is doing these days.

"We liked a couple of those receivers up there, but we didn't feel there was a guy that was going to come in and make more of a contribution than a linebacker." - Dave Wannstedt, on why he chose Eddie Moore over Anquan Boldin in the 2003 draft.


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but throughout "history" players traded away in their prime still play at a high level with their new team


How did that trade for Jay Cutler work out for the Bears?

How did that Roy Williams trade work out for the Cowboys?

Or Deangelo Williams, who was ranked 76th in the NFL at the cornerback position by Profootballfocus?

And that is just in the past year or two alone.

Might want to brush up on your history.

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true, but can it lose you "best route runner in the league?"


The reason Garcon and Collie were having monster games in the playoffs was because teams were doubling Wayne and Clark.

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And trading for receivers isn't the same crap shoot as trading for any other position.


Roy Williams anyone?

How about a few years ago when the Jets gave up a 2nd for Justin McCaerins, who had come off a 47 catch, 813 yard season in his 3rd year with 7 TDs. He was a flop with the Jets.

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Dolphins To Offer 3rd Rounder for Boldin?
While trades cannot be made until after the new football year starts, on March 5th, according to ESPN Insider, the Dolphins are preparing to offer a 3rd rounder to the Arizona Cardinals for receiver Anquan Boldin.

The Cardinals are also reportedly interested in Dolphins linebacker Joey Porter.
http://www.dolphinsgab.com/2010/02/10/dolphins-to-offer-3rd-rounder-for-boldin/
good lil read if i might say so myself

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Rich wrote:
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And trading for receivers isn't the same crap shoot as trading for any other position.


Roy Williams anyone?

How about a few years ago when the Jets gave up a 2nd for Justin McCaerins, who had come off a 47 catch, 813 yard season in his 3rd year with 7 TDs. He was a flop with the Jets.


If the Cowboys or Jets thought they were getting much when they pulled the trigger for those trades they were kidding themselves. Granted, I thought Williams would perform better than he did for the Cowboys, but those are just stupid GM moves...not necessarily cases where it was a crap shoot.

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Although I love what Anquan Boldin has been able to do, I'd have to side with Iowa on this one.

Bringing in a 30 year old player with a long list of injuries in his history isn't how you go about building a solid team.

Anyone who thinks he won't get injured again is off their rocker... he hasn't proven he can stay healthy... so why should we expect him to here?


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MTFan wrote:
but throughout "history" players traded away in their prime still play at a high level with their new team


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How did that trade for Jay Cutler work out for the Bears?


yet to find out

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How did that Roy Williams trade work out for the Cowboys?


looks like they got who they traded for

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Or Deangelo Williams, who was ranked 76th in the NFL at the cornerback position by Profootballfocus?


Deangelo Williams plays cornerback? Time to brush up on personnel

How about this history:
Marshall Faulk
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Jerome Bettis
Brett Favre
Steve Young
Ricky Williams
Clinton Portis
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Here is a question, do you look at the dolphins as having a window right now? If so, how long is that window? Knowing how long that window is (in your opinion), does Boldin fill the bill for that amount of time? Is there a lock that we could draft a better receiver in the third round than Boldin?


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Rich wrote:
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true, but can it lose you "best route runner in the league?"


The reason Garcon and Collie were having monster games in the playoffs was because teams were doubling Wayne and Clark.



Very true.. Also, having Peyton Manning at QB helps a little =)

But, Wayne is a great player. He is getting up there though.

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true, but can it lose you "best route runner in the league?"


The reason Garcon and Collie were having monster games in the playoffs was because teams were doubling Wayne and Clark.



Very true.. Also, having Peyton Manning at QB helps a little =)

But, Wayne is a great player. He is getting up there though.


I was not referring to the playoffs, just the super bowl. If Wayne is the best route runner in the league why is everyone blaming him on Peytons pick 6 because of his poor route running. Seems to me, if he is the best route runner in the league, he would run the proper route on the biggest stage.


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Here is a question, do you look at the dolphins as having a window right now? If so, how long is that window? Knowing how long that window is (in your opinion), does Boldin fill the bill for that amount of time? Is there a lock that we could draft a better receiver in the third round than Boldin?


I think our window is opening now, and as long as our front office stays consistent we could have a good decade. If Henne is the real deal, the other parts can be replaced easily over time. Us dolphin fans have seen how replacing the QB spot is not so easy.

Boldin probably has a good 5 years left. So get him if the price is right.


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I was not referring to the playoffs, just the super bowl. If Wayne is the best route runner in the league why is everyone blaming him on Peytons pick 6 because of his poor route running. Seems to me, if he is the best route runner in the league, he would run the proper route on the biggest stage.


Did it ever cross your mind that there are several reasons why he could have been out of place. It might have been Peyton that made the error. It might have been a miss-communication. Or maybe he just ran the wrong route for the play.. Which has NOTHING to do with his ability to run a route. :hithead:

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And trading for receivers isn't the same crap shoot as trading for any other position.


Roy Williams anyone?

How about a few years ago when the Jets gave up a 2nd for Justin McCaerins, who had come off a 47 catch, 813 yard season in his 3rd year with 7 TDs. He was a flop with the Jets.


If the Cowboys or Jets thought they were getting much when they pulled the trigger for those trades they were kidding themselves. Granted, I thought Williams would perform better than he did for the Cowboys, but those are just stupid GM moves...not necessarily cases where it was a crap shoot.


Roy Williams had come off an 82 catch 1310 yard season and then a 64 catch 838 season (in 12 games) when the Cowboys traded for him.

He was a sure thing.

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Deangelo Williams plays cornerback? Time to brush up on personnel


I meant Deangelo Hall. Time to brush up on common sense.

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How about this history:
Marshall Faulk
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Jerome Bettis
Brett Favre
Steve Young
Ricky Williams
Clinton Portis
Champ Bailey
Ahman Green
etc...


Favre and Young were far from established/in their prime players when they were acquired. Young was a flop in Tampa Bay and Favre had barely played any football. Ahman Green had 329 career yards when he was traded for. Again, not an established player. And you may want to do some research on Norm Van Brocklin. He played 9 season with the Rams before being traded and then was mediocre for the Eagles for two seasons before finally putting up decent numbers in his last year.

Ricky Williams was not worth the two first round picks the Dolphins gave up for him. Portis and Bailey were traded for each other.

So that about makes most of your list obsolete given your original parameters, which were:

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players traded away in their prime still play at a high level with their new team


Most of the players you listed were not playing at a high level when they were traded. And some of them didn't play at a high level after being traded.

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I was not referring to the playoffs, just the super bowl. If Wayne is the best route runner in the league why is everyone blaming him on Peytons pick 6 because of his poor route running. Seems to me, if he is the best route runner in the league, he would run the proper route on the biggest stage.


That wasn't poor route running. It was a heads up play by a corner who obviously studied film and knew the ball would come out fast against the blitz.

And even if that one singular route had been poorly ran, it means nothing. Even the best players ever in NFL history make mistakes.

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Rich wrote:
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Deangelo Williams plays cornerback? Time to brush up on personnel


I meant Deangelo Hall. Time to brush up on common sense.



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I was not referring to the playoffs, just the super bowl. If Wayne is the best route runner in the league why is everyone blaming him on Peytons pick 6 because of his poor route running. Seems to me, if he is the best route runner in the league, he would run the proper route on the biggest stage.


Did it ever cross your mind that there are several reasons why he could have been out of place. It might have been Peyton that made the error. It might have been a miss-communication. Or maybe he just ran the wrong route for the play.. Which has NOTHING to do with his ability to run a route. :hithead:



I'm no genius when it comes to route running. I'm just going by what numerous football professionals, including Cris Carter, have said about that particular play. My bad, you obviously are a genius when it comes to route running. :hithead:


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Rich wrote:
I meant Deangelo Hall. Time to brush up on common sense.


I knew who you meant, but if you are going to banter you should know what your talking about. If I would have made that mistake you would have been all over it and probably a little harsher.


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Here is a question, do you look at the dolphins as having a window right now? If so, how long is that window? Knowing how long that window is (in your opinion), does Boldin fill the bill for that amount of time? Is there a lock that we could draft a better receiver in the third round than Boldin?



The Patriots are finally finished- but they will eventually reload. I like our matchup against the Jets. The Bills are... the Bills.

Who scares us from the North? We almost beat Pitt with our 3rd QB. The Ravens defense will continue to drop, and Flacco has fewer weapons at Wr than we do. I'm not worried about the Bengals or the Browns.

The South: Indy is still the stud- in the regular season. The playoffs are different for them. They are not a lock for anything once the post season starts. We are better than Jax. Houston and Tenn appear to be even on paper, but if we make the upgrades we expect to, we are better.

The West: SD is like Indy- regular season studs, tendency to choke in the playoffs.

I see an opening. Fire me up for the 12-4 bus.

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you should know what your talking about

I should know what my talking about?

That doesn't make sense.

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Deangelo Williams plays cornerback? Time to brush up on personnel


I meant Deangelo Hall. Time to brush up on common sense.



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Alright fellas, let's hop back on topic here please.

Like I said before, if we can snag Boldin for a 3rd rounder... I have zero problem with it... at all.


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Rich wrote:
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you should know what your talking about

I should know what my talking about?

That doesn't make sense.


:hithead: my bad, I hope Iowa doesn't see that, I've already been reprimanded once


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How did you manage to miss Coots's post asking us to get back on topic hours after he posted it?

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And yet theres 3 more posts after Coots post that are off topic... we don't like locking topics fellas... so please, back to the topic.


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Sorry Coots, I hit reply on page four and never clicked on page five to see your post asking people to get back on topic. It was meant as a joke any ways, I was trying to lighten things (apparently the humor was missed).

At any rate, I'm a bit surprised to see interest in Porter, I figured the salary would scare the Cards away. Perhaps if we toss him in for Boldin, the demand for a third rounder (For Boldin) will decrease to a fourth or fifth?


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Just to throw a new wrinkle in this, what if Miami does nothing major regarding WR? What if they think Hartline and Bess will increase their play, Camarillo is now a full season removed from his injury, Ginn still offers speed and Turner can still develop into that big target they were hoping for?

I know everyone is excited about the Boldin rumors or Dez Bryant, but I could see them using their first 3 or 4 draft picks on NT, OLB, ILB and S. With no 5th round pick and nothing in the free agency department they may just grab a guy in the 6th or 7th round, possibly even a rookie FA like Bess.


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Just to throw a new wrinkle in this, what if Miami does nothing major regarding WR? What if they think Hartline and Bess will increase their play, Camarillo is now a full season removed from his injury, Ginn still offers speed and Turner can still develop into that big target they were hoping for?

I know everyone is excited about the Boldin rumors or Dez Bryant, but I could see them using their first 3 or 4 draft picks on NT, OLB, ILB and S. With no 5th round pick and nothing in the free agency department they may just grab a guy in the 6th or 7th round, possibly even a rookie FA like Bess.


This is a distinct possibility. This is actually what I figured would happen going into the offseason, but with the talk that Marshall could be leaving Denver, I got excited thinking about the possibilities. Certainly, though, WR is not a pressing need, but rather a luxury that could help this offense.
I can easily see Ginn being traded for a 3rd or 4th rounder....Spielman likes to deal picks for players. Cam Cameron would probably like to have Ginn and his family on his team.
If Miami takes a swing at Dansby, I think you'll see Crowder dealt as well for another mid round pick.

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Just to throw a new wrinkle in this, what if Miami does nothing major regarding WR? What if they think Hartline and Bess will increase their play, Camarillo is now a full season removed from his injury, Ginn still offers speed and Turner can still develop into that big target they were hoping for?

I know everyone is excited about the Boldin rumors or Dez Bryant, but I could see them using their first 3 or 4 draft picks on NT, OLB, ILB and S. With no 5th round pick and nothing in the free agency department they may just grab a guy in the 6th or 7th round, possibly even a rookie FA like Bess.


I have been secretly thinking this all along. If our guys take a step forward and Turner can get on the field, we dont even have room for another WR. I would LOVE to see a big play guy brought in, but I wouldn't be surprised if it doesn't happen.

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Not Boldin for our need for a number one receiver. Plenty to go against this decision. Injuries and IMO, not a true number one go to guy.

I wish Brandon Marshall wouldnt carry so much baggage and have such a steep value as that is the type of talent Miami could really use to create havoc on defenses.


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