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The players are the thing and here are 56 possibilities

Can we be real?

Conference Championship Weekend is upon us. And if the Miami Dolphin are ever going to again participate in one of these weekends, it will take TALENT on the field. Yes, it is interesting the team is hiring and firing coaches this week (check out the previous couple of posts).

But the players are the thing.

The players make the plays. The players make the difference. The players, the players, the players.

Because that is true, I am starting to shift to player-talent mode on this blog. That means the focus will be less on the coaching (not sure whether that makes coaches who read this blog happy or sad) and much more on the players (not sure whether that makes players who read this blog happy or sad).

We start today with some future prospects. The NFL has granted 56 talented (most of them) players special eligibility to enter the April 28-30 draft. Each player met the NFL's three-year eligibility rule and submitted a written application renouncing their college eligibility. The deadline for turning those applications in to the NFL was January 5.

So this is it for the underclassmen entering the draft.

Consider the players:

Player

Pos.

College

Adams, Darvin

WR

Auburn

Austin, Marvin

DT

North Carolina

Ayers, Akeem

LB

UCLA

Baldwin, Jon

WR

Pittsburgh

Bowers, Da’Quan

DE

Clemson

Brown, DeAndre

WR

Southern Mississippi

Burton, Brandon

DB

Utah

Casey, Jurrell

DT

Southern California

Clay, John

RB

Wisconsin

Claytor, Nick

T

Georgia Tech

Cobb, Randall

WR

Kentucky

Dareus, Marcell

DE

Alabama

Doss, Tandon

WR

Indiana

Evans, Darren

RB

Virginia Tech

Fairley, Nick

DT

Auburn

Gabbert, Blaine

QB

Missouri

Green, A.J.

WR

Georgia

Gurley, Tori

WR

South Carolina

Guy, Lawrence

DT

Arizona State

Hamler, Jamel

WR

Fresno State

Harper, Jamie

RB

Clemson

Harris, Brandon

DB

Miami

Hill, Will

DB

Florida

Houston, Justin

LB

Georgia

Hynoski, Henry

RB

Pittsburgh

Ingram, Mark

RB

Alabama

Jones, Julio

WR

Álabama

Keiser, Thomas

LB

Stanford

Leshoure, Mikel

RB

Illinois

Lewis, Dion

RB

Pittsburgh

Lewis, Javes

DB

Oregon

Little, Greg

WR

North Carolina

Liuget, Corey

DT

Illinois

Mallett, Ryan

QB

Arkansas

Moore, Rahim

DB

UCLA

Newton, Cam

QB

Auburn

Parr, Zane

DE

Virginia

Peterson, Patrick

DB

Louisiana State

Quinn, Robert

DE

North Carolina

Ridley, Stevan

RB

Louisiana State

Rodgers, Jacquizz

RB

Oregon State

Rudolph, Kyle

TE

Notre Dame

Sands, Robert

DB

West Virginia

Sash, Tyler

DB

Iowa

Siliga, Sealver

DT

Utah

Smith, Aldon

DE

Missouri

Smith, Torrey

WR

Maryland

Smith, Tyron

T

Southern California

Tarrant, Jerrard

DB

Georgia Tech

Todman, Jordan

RB

Connecticut

Vereen, Shane

RB

California

Watt, J.J.

DE

Wisconsin

Wilkerson, Muhammad

DT

Temple

Williams, Aaron

DB

Texas

Williams, Ryan

RB

Virginia Tech

Wilson, Martez

LB

Illinois

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What is Vince Young's record when on the field? That will tell you why people like him and would like to see him down here. I don't need a saint, I need a winner.

Ryan Mallett is a statue in the pocket and with the NFL getting bigger and faster a lack of pocket mobility is a curse. I have only seen him play a couple of games, but I didn;t come away saying WOW. infact I thought he was outplayed by Pryor in the bowl game.

Ingram=Ronnie Brown at best. we can have ronnie cheaper and have the equal guy, and actually use the 1st round pick to IMPROVE a position.

Poizen, I'll do you one better, Ingram = James Harrison. He'll have one good year and then be a career backup.

I'm going to be curious to see how that Kim Newton does in the league.

What about Pryor? Barrett/Poizen? When's that kid come out, next year? He's big, mobile. Possibility?

DC Dolfan,

You guys get hammered with snow? We didn't get much just a coating. I would buy the former Heismann Ingram's jersey right away. Pay that authentic price too lol. Ingram and #22 in white. I already have the 1984 Marino throwback which I bought about 3 years ago. I read your post yesterday about your Dolphins gear and fandom lol. I don't own too much either. I have Marino, and an aqua vintage t-shirt I bought at Dolphins mall in September for the home opener. Mallet is #15 so guess he would have to change to #16 when Thigpen isn't retained.

ARAMANDO WHY WASNT THE GRAET JAOCRY HARIS ON THAT LIST?

VY in Miami is a terrible idea as are most of the ideas offered so far.

When will people realize the NFL does not work the way Madden does in your living room while you are eating Cheetos in your underwear.

You need impact players and they are only of impact if they start. Now, which positions do we need and of those positions, which offer the most likelihood of starting.

Lets see... 90+% of QB's don't start and/or are not effective in their first 2 years... same with, oh no, WR's, most RB's... so once again the Madden enthusiasts ignore reality and shout out pick a QB or WR or RB...

The players most likely to make an impact - offensive linemen and tight ends. Oh, wow, we actually do need those... a fullback... they can contribute in the first year too... then a RB.... you only reach for a QB/WR/RB in the first round if they are EXCEPTIONAL talents and you aren't getting one of them at 15.

I would love some offensive skill players but at 15, we might be better picking up an exceptional talent (can you say LB, CD, or safety) on defense rather than a mediocre player on offense. No exceptional talent... trade down.

Mando, I really don't get the purpose of this long list. Rather than wasting time -and space- I think you should devote efforts to see the real potential -and shortened- list of players the Dolphins should be thinking about drafting. This list below is by far the best suited and concise I found for the Fins to fill both needs and talent availability. Really hope management takes a look at it. I even like the move to acquire the 2nd rounder we lost thanks to the Marshall trade. Please do not mortgage the future again by trading future picks unless there is a real base or the possibility to pick up real talent like the Jets did. I disagree with your previous post about how the Jets made it b/c u forgot that first and foremost they did start filling the gaps by drafting. The difference? They did so 10000 times smarter than the Trifecta. Sanchez, Revis, Ferguson, Mangold, all of those team pillars were DRAFTED! This is what worries me the most about the Fins, lack of talent evaluators and -let's face it- poor coaching has this team where it is right now, looking at the serious possibility to be the cellar of the division unless some serious and conscientious change is addressed.
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/564131-miami-dolphins-2011-nfl-draft-prospects-best-fits#page/2

Our long snapper is going to the pro bowl - the season is a sucsess!

JACROY HARIS IS THE NEXT JHON ELAWAY,YOU HAERD IT HERE FIRST,TO BE OR NOT TO BE.

OK so VY's TD to INT 42-42.

His QB rating is 75.4 through 2010.

And here is the kicker as to why he will be successful in Miami.

On sept 9th 2008 vince left his home without his cell phone. the reason given is that young was upset over being boo'd by fans after throwing his second int. against the Jags. After a 4 hour search they found Young. Youngs mother staed he was huting "inside and out".

I mean, has anyone seen the way the crowd and this post treats Henne, when he had no O-line last year? This guy would be driven to very bad things with that treatment...

I am done on VY, I know many of you disagrtee with me, but I think he is a loose cannon that could not take the treatment of the overly-dissapointed and abused Dolphins fans. We are not a happy bunch of campers, and I do not want an NFL QB to hurt himself due to our insults... ;p

Barret W,

Mallet is your typical pocket QB. Yes he isn't fleet of foot but he is great at manipulating the pocket and knows where to go with the ball. Anyone who says he is a statue hasn't watched him enough for one and also are going by what a few scouts say. He knows when to side step and when to step up and his eyes are always down field. I have to COMPLETELY disagree with you. I also disagree he was outplayed by T. Pryor in the bowl game, Pryor ran the ball and threw smoke screens and 5 yard comebacks all game. Mallet on the other hand had 7 dropped passes. I am not over exaggerating when I tell you they were all perfectly thrown balls that his guys dropped over and over. He hits guys in stride all the time.

Pryor is your typical running QB. He plays in a college spread with superior talent on his roster and when he does make a play on his own or with his arm everyone is wowed. T. Pryor can't read defenses that make him pass. Anyone watch or remember the Wisconsin game OSU lost this year? Pryor was lost when they made him stay in the pocket. He was like 10 for 20 for 150 yards and no TDs. Pryor sucks, trust me. Not NFL QB at all.

If we are looking to draft a QB, next year is the year to do it. There are about 4 guys that, if there is such a thing, (which there isnt) can't miss starters in the NFL. And that means starting calibur. This years class has some intriguing guys but ALL of them have glaring weaknesses that are hard to correct. I say we buy our time for next year on QB. there will be good QB's next year late in the 1st round even. I would feel comfortable with both guys you mentioned DC more than what is coming out this year. AGAIN, just my opinion so don't light me up... I may go vince young on you all...

I have family and friends who are former NFL players a couple of the family friends even played for the Dolphins on OL. Did you know that Dan MArino would get a play called in from Shula and would ignore it? He would say forget that we're going with this. He would come to the line and would change the play to what would work better and he did this is his first couple of years.

Can any of you imagine Henne taking control like that, being aggressive according to what he saw on the field, then going to the sidelines and standing up for his choice, can you? I can't. Henne has some tools. I have seen him make some good throws, but those throws are ususally followed by awful plays, just WTF plays. He may get better and he might not, but if you wait to see and play a reactionary game, you will always be behind. Great businesses and team are Proactive. You buy players as they are coming up and sell them at their peak, to get better value for them. If you are caught wating to see if the player has peaked without having the replacement already in place you will always be behind. Bring in Newton, Young, McNabb, Dixon, some or all and see if Henne rises to the top or fall by the way side.

Hard to understand why no one is recognizing the QB of the draft - Blaine Grabbert (Missouri). Watch how high he starts to climb as the draft beckons. He's the real deal - use the number one pick and nail him down.

Andy, the bg knock on Mallet is he does not set his feet well at all before throwing the ball. When you teach a guy how to correct that, they end up taking another half a second to a second in the pocket to correct it. That is where it would be dangerous for Mallet. Although it is only one knock, it is a huge one, especially if he looses tome in the pocket at a much faster NFL speed of the game.

Again, not saying it can not be fixed, but it is a scary proposal to draft a guy that high with that problem, because more QB's fail than succeed in the NFL that come in with that problem.

Marino would fail,

"QB/WR/RB in the first round if they are EXCEPTIONAL talents and you aren't getting one of them at 15.

Dude shut up and do some research before you act like you know it all, clown.

QBs - Miami's legend of a QB Dan Marino was selected at 27. Aaron Rodgers 24 or 25. Drew Brees was 2nd round. Rothlisberger was #11 which if you do your math is 4 picks before 15.

RB - Emmith Smith 17th pick, Steven Jackson 24 or 25, Chris Johnson #24.

C'mon dude. Shut it up if you wanna just act like a know it all. You clearly don't know anything.


Andy,

Nope, no snow, feels like Miami here. It's a blistering 39 degrees. Looks like we're getting saved this year. No more Snowmaggedon's in DC! Think I'm not thrilled?

Gabbert is the best overall QB as far as overall talent in my opinion. Cut there are 4 guys that even look better coming out next your, the obvious one is Luck. It seems if we are patient we can find that guy next year. Gabbert will not be available for us at all, because I agree, he will move up on the draft board.

Hey Marinowouldfail,
You do understand that the this regime has wasted all of their good will and are now under the gun, right? The owner has said that he wants an exciting, aggressive, explosive offense. He mentioned that the defense had been addressed and wants to see a difference on offense now. If this regime had the full three years, you may have a point and could develope the OL and give them time to gel, but they don't have that time anymore. Steven Ross will fire the lot of them if they hit the field with the same or close to the same unit as last year. That isn't Madden, that is the state of the Dolphins franchise.

BTW I agree with the owner. No more plodding along, allowing the defense to stack to LOS because they know you can't pass. The current coaching staff came in with the reputation for being OL orientated and if they have not made progress so far, what makes you think they can in one more year, while making changes to the offensive scheme? I say we go for broke and bring in Playmakers and that ain't the OL.

Poizen,

Yeah neither does Jay Cutler, Brett Favre, Mike Vick, Eli Manning, Tony Romo and a handful of other QBs. Guys you really don't need to over analyze footwork and pocket prescense. Cause NONE of us including me have a clue what we are looking at or talking about for the most part when it comes to the microscopic findings of NFL scouts. Mallet is the real deal IMO. But people all have their opinions and wants.

Miam doesn't have a franchise QB on the roster. Everything about Henne stinks including "footwork" if you want to get on that and he has had 3 years to fix that. Mallet has rare arm strength and size and I think he is a 1st round worthy talent. Could he be the next Ryan Leaf? Absolutely but his talent is not questioned. And for an organization that hasn't found the answer at QB in 15 years is going out on a limb on a guy like Mallet seem so out of the question?

I played football with, knew, or drank with former NFL players who played for the Dolphins at QB, WR, and Safety... as well as others who played for Dallas, the Raiders, and other teams.

Marino did call his own plays. He also took big risks. He also had a coach who supported him doing that and let the system adapt to the players. I would love to see Henne do that... but I don't know he has the intestinal fortitude to do so and the coaching staff to date has not been willing to adapt. Will Henne? Don't know but if he doesn't this year, Luck will be at QB next year.

Henne needs a coordinator who says "Dude, if you throw more than 5 passes in a game to a RB or WR for less than a 5 yard attempt, you are getting the snot slapped out of you." That same coordinator needs to design plays that ALWAYS take the WR at least 7 yards down the field. This, of course, requires your line to know that "pass block" means more than watching your guy go by you.

Just a hypothetical question for anyone with answers about the CBA. Let's say someone gets dropped from their team in Feb. Can they be acquired with like a future's contract or something before the CBA expires in March? Or will any FAs need to wait until an agreement to sign with another team?

Can we trust Ireland & Sparano with the 2011 draft ?. That's the real issue. The 2010 draft is still waiting to pay dividend. This team needs to trade whoever has any worth and start with youth. The problem again is do we trust Ireland & Sparano.

Marino, you can check the history, I'm not a Henne guy (anymore), but I think if the OC says, "if you see something out there that we don't, and want to audible or try it, then do it" then Henne would do it. He needs to be given some ownership of the game plan and he'd probably respond better than the Henning/Lee way.

DC,

The FA period is around mid to late March so no one can be signed until that time. Even if a guy is released he can't be signed until the CBA is resolved.

I think the CBA gets done. The NFL is at an all time high with ratings, marketing and making money except for a few smaller market teams but they would be out of their minds to lock out for a season.

Vince Young would NEVER work in Miami. We have the most impatient fans in the world. He'd throw a couple of picks and have a bad game and the fans would start booing him and doesn't seem to be able to take the criticism. He'll probably be the most talented option out there but it's a bad mix. He needs to go somewhere the fans will give him a chance and not want to bench him every time something goes wrong. Based on recent history that would never happen.

I really like the kid Ryan Williams and I think we would do well to get this guy in the second, if we can ever get a second tound pick. He's a first round talent who had a little bit of an injured season.

MArinowould fail. Cool that you had the opportunity to hang with NFL talent, I did not. so no disrespect when i dirsagree with you.

But, Marino, the best pocket down field passer I have ever seen, always used dump downs and 5 yard passes more than 5 times a game. since he did not have a running game that is how he opened up the field. In fact they ran short routs with TE's and RB's who Marino stared down during his drops to help open up the field for him. the reason it worked is he actually used the short options often.


thats why Byars, Edmunds, Jenson ect... got so many catches.

I think IF Henne is going to be successful he needs to have a coach tell him, go out a sling it around. then we can see what his overall ability is to succeed in the NFL. He has great arm strenght, and great accuracy when he trusts his line. We just don't know if his brain can process the field fast enough.


Thanks Andy, great, so we're in wait and see mode until they come to an agreement. In case winter wasn't long enough.

Poizen, come on dude, where's my props for defending your boy?

I am still trying to get off the floor DC... I am concussed i think...

Rather presumptious of you to assume that any coaches or players read your blog isn't it? Just saying.

lol Poizen.

That's my word of 2010 by the way, concussed. Awesome word.

Craig M,

I think you are in NJ too if I am not mistaken. Miami fans are a bunch of cup cakes compared to NY and Philly. I am sure other major cities with a that blue collar mentality too like Chicago but Miami fans are only impatient because the team has nothing to that resembles a NFL QB in 15 years, except the 08 season with Pennington.

The other thing with Young, he's not happy unless he's starting, so basically you're saying if you sign him, he's starting and I'm not a fan of that approach. The best player gets to play and you have to earn it. And for all the naysayers, yes that means that Henne gets a chance to win the job.

Thats a bit of the point DC Dolfan. Henne would audible - given permission. Marino didn't require permission nor did he care about the response from the coaching staff. If there was an opportunity to throw deep (and often even if there wasn't), Marino was ignoring the play and doing his own thing. He was a baller.

Andy,

I'm actually in Canada, so to be honest the fans here aren't much better. I grew up with the Toronto Maple Leaf fans and Blue Jay fans and while the Jays had a lot of good years when I was a kid, the fans have become fickll, likely due to no playoffs since 1993. Leaf fans I just don't get. I WAS one as kid, but quit 20 years ago. They are delusional. They are loyalist of fans but it's blind faith (and this coming from me...LOL).

I think Young is more likely to end up in somewhere like Minnesota.

why blow a pick on a running back in the first round who doesn't have breakaway speed.

trade down and pick up the 2nd rounder again,

John Clay
DeMarco Murray are available later and can actually score a long TD

Well, I mean, Henne may suck as bad as we saw. the problem is for 2 f'n years we handcuffed him and we still have no clue what we have. that is my biggest issue with the coaching staff and why i am happy most of them were gone. We WASTED 2 years on a QB that we still have no clue what we have...

We need to let henne get a chance torun the offense without fear of making mistakes.

Poizen,

I am very familiar with Marino. He never had a running game and was forced to throw short passes but Marino threw more long passes in single game than Henne did all season. Marino probably threw more passes downfield in one game than Henning called all season.

My point with Henne is he has been so neutered and pushed to be safe and throw these little passes, you need to promote the opposite.

Craig M,

Didn't know you were in Canada, I though NJ. Anyway hockey? Lol. I know this is blasphemy to a Canadien but I know nothiing at all about hockey. I swear every year I am going to try to get into it but the lack of exposure here in the U.S. makes me forget its played here too lol. The Leafs are that much of a disappointment?

The RB from Illinois looks REALLY good, can't pronounnce or spell his name... But damn, he would look good as a phin.

ANYOEN WHO DOSNT THINK THAT JAOCRY HIRISA IS A SLAM DUNK FOR THE FINS IS A BROWN DONKY AND A MEMBER OF THE GANG OF DEFEET.

Guys, I know this is not the topic of the day but I've gone back and forth on the Jets game this weekend. I've gone back and forth on this one and thought I was going to pick the Steelers but something just tells me the Jets can and might even win this game. I'm playing it out in my head and I think the Jets defence can get to Rothlisberger as they got to Brady last week. There's no let up with this team and I actually think they are convinced they can win the whole damn thing this season. They're like a team possessed. I've got a $1000 riding on this game if i can get it right.

Marino, I think you and i are on the same page. I just don't think Hennes down field passes, or lack there of was his fault. He was failed by coaching BIG time. then he never got a consistant pocket to let plays develop down field either.

So I think we are on the same page there.

Poizen

I TOTALLY agree with you. All I've ever wanted is for Henne to get a chance without what David Lee and Dan Henning were trying to do to him. From what I see he's had very little help and support. Also, they have done VERY little to give him help help on the offence. A fourth round WR, a FA WR, a medicore TE and teo broken down RBs are very little to offer a young QB. It all changes NOW!

Marino, you won't get any pushback from me (on that comment that Marino didn't need to be told to take control). I've been saying that for weeks now.

But, Henne as of today is our starter. He's the only QB we have signed through next year (right?). So, if it's at all possible that he CAN be coached up, to at least be competitive, then that's what needs to be happen at the very least. And, after the year of abuse the guy has taken, I don't know how he doesn't change some things to improve himself.

So I'm at least confident between Henne, Daboll and whoever the QB coach is (if not Daboll), they'll WORK on Henne's progression. What the final result of that is, no one knows. But we do know Henne as he is right now isn't good enough, and everyone in Davie knows that too, so it's time to act like the coaches they're being paid to be and coach!

A.J. Green could turn Henne into Marino!

I grew up with 3 NFL players in my neighborhood, so I know what I'm talking about here.

Poizen

Just from watching the games and Henne in college and the pros so far to me what you see is what you get. He was inconsistant at Michigan and more inconsistant as a pro because of the elevated talent level. He had more offensive talent at Michigan then any Big Ten team for at least 2 of the 4 years he was there and he came up short every time in big games and in meaningless games.

He lacks so much to be starter in the NFL most importantly that "it" factor. You get no sense of confidence in him at all. He has average accuracy as a whole because although he has a strong arm his deep accuracy is below average, mid yardage - average and short accuracy a joke because he has no touch. A perfect example of Henne playing outside of his capabilities was him trying to put touch before the half vs the Ravens. That was the ugliest ball in Miami since Garo Yupremian.

I am done seeing what he has or don't have. Open the playbook for him and you guys are asking for it, 4000 yards 23 TDs and 25 ints, 7-9 again.

Craig, PLEASE don't respond. No more QB battles UNTIL we have another QB on the roster for 2011. PLEASE!! Been there, done that.

Andy, you may be right, but he's the starter for right now. Can we just agree to that until we get someone else?

Who cares about the stupid radio show! Its the reason why we only get one story a day! Its the reason why this story is so lazy.Screw the radio show!

Andy, I respect your opinion, and agree to completly disagree with you.

Can't guarentee i am right by any means. but i did watch a lot on Henne in Michigan, and he did show some great things, and they were things that translate to the NFL.

Either way we will see...

DC,

Agreed and your right on that he QB battle argument is stale and at this point Miami has 1 QB under contract for 2011 and that is Henne.

Thank you Andy!

Chad, if you're reading, make the check out to "D.C. Dol..." LOL

Got to agree Poizen on the draft the QB thing. The more I've thought about it the more I'd like to see us get a fast RB and speedy TE to go opposite Fasano. Fasano had a great year and with Moor and Wallace to groom along Marshall I think were good at Reciever least til next season.Young I think is dram. Kolb and Orton seem better not to mention CP10 might be healthy enough to help out at least as a veteran present. I think the coaching staff is starting to shape up a bit only time will tell. Most of holes on the O-Line I think can be filled in later rounds. We should try to trade down and recoup our 2nd Round pick and possibly clean house a bit (Ricky,Channing etc.) and try to pick up few more late rounders

Craig M,

The Jets can definitely get a W here which would be an all time low for me. I hate the jets as much as the next guy but the 1 and only Miami game I have been to in my lifetime was the home opener this year vs the jets so if any year were the year for the jets not to make it would be this year because of them spoiling my weekend of Cuban food, South Beach, strippers, fornication and more Cuban food.

I am thinking with my head and heart and say the Steelers win. The jets D is really amazing, again but the Steelers dont allow the teams to run on them and Sanchez was able to see the field without the threat of the best safety in the NFL hawking his passes.

Steelers 17 jets 13

I can not get out of my head seeing CP in the game, someone bump him, he fell down, now I have seen 90 year olds fall down hardder and get up with nothing broken and... wait for it.... and....

SEASON OVER.

I like chad a lot, but the minute that crap happens, hang it up.

I've take harder shots from a gnat...

Andy, we'll both have a chance to see Miami away next year. I think they play Redskins here and Philly there (or is it Giants there, not sure). Look for that 1 aqua/orange jersey in the sea of maroon and gold and that'll be me, REPRESENTIN'!!!

Poizen,

Mikel LeShoure is the RB from Illinois. If Miami trades back he could be available along with Ryan Williams of Va Tech late in round 1.

I like LeShoure too. He has very good speed for the position and runs hard too. I like him a lot. The obvious comparison because of the same school is Mendenhall by many scouts but he is more of a lower his pads and helmet then the spinning, juking sort of moves Mendenhall is capable of. Who btw is a very under rated back in the NFL IMO.

I think of someone farted to hard standing next to CP his shoulder would go out... Not even sure if coaching is safe for him.

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