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Ireland's choice: Right thing vs. popular thing

You know the scenario. The Dolphins need to become a more dynamic team. They need big plays on offense. They need possession-changing plays on defense and somebody needs to set an alarm under the special teams and coax a kick return or punt return TD out of them sometime this century.

The Dolphins need to thus draft someone that comes with his own personal Batman show soundtrack: Pow. Bam. Kaboom.

We all know this. The Dolphins have admitted this ...

And then they draft a center?

Or any offensive lineman?

Or a safety?

Really?

That is the dilemma Miami general manager Jeff Ireland might (I do stress this is hypothetical) face on draft day in April. We want somebody that will wow us. Owner Stephen Ross wants someone that will bring glitz and glamour and put butts in the seats.

And the best player on the board might be someone that does neither but could still be the best available player on the Miami board. Or the best option in Ireland's opinion. Or Just the right thing to do.

How would Ireland navigate that?

The answer cannot be known until it happens. But be certain it can happen. Simply, there is a possibility the 14 teams picking ahead of the Dolphins pluck the most dynamic offensive players off the board -- guys such as Cam Newton and Blaine Gabbert or A.J. Green and Julio Jones or even whatever homerun hitting running back you think is worthy.

And suppose someone such as Florida center Mike Pouncey is the highest rated player on Miami's board at the time. Or maybe OT Nate Solder is Miami's highest rated player left on the board. Or maybe a safety such as Rahim Moore or Roberts Sands is the guy.

Would Ireland have the courage to pick an offensive lineman after the team has spent so many past resources on positions that don't score TDs? Would he be OK with adding to the defense when it's the offense that begs help?

Would he go away from doing the popular thing that will get him applause from folks at the Dolphins draft party at the expense going with the highest-rated guy on his board that perhaps plays a position that excites no one and could get him roasted publicly?

It is a tough call. It is why Ireland makes the proverbial big bucks.

I would tell you the Dolphins had a GM that made that difficult and unpopular call before. Remember in April of 2007, the Dolphins had a good feeling that Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn would be available at No. 9. And the Wednesday before the draft, GM Randy Mueller had dinner with owner Wayne Huizenga and told him he would not be picking Quinn because, well, he didn't think Quinn was that good.

Huizenga didn't necessarily agree but let Mueller make his own bed. Mueller made that bed instead by picking Ted Ginn Jr. No, that choice didn't work although hindsight tells us Mueller made the right call not picking Quinn, either. The point is Mueller did the unpopular thing because everyone (including me) wanted Quinn.

Had Mueller picked a good player instead, he might still be employed. Of course, had Huizenga picked a better head coach than Cam Cameron, Mueller might still be employed. Neither happened. But the point is Mueller took the harder public relations road.

I cannot tell you which way Ireland would go. I haven't asked him about this topic. But my thinking is he might also do the more difficult thing, the more unpopular thing, if he thinks it's the right thing. It would make people upset, for sure. It might even make Ross upset, for sure.

But I get the feeling Jeff Ireland is stubborn enough to stick to his guns and go down blazing if he must.

If the player Ireland picks is the right guy -- and shows it right away -- Ireland can survive the storm of making an unpopular pick. Obviously, you make a less popular selection and compound the problem by choosing a bust, you've doubled your pain and you're out of a job anyway.

But you go with the unpopular pick and it ultimately turns out to be the right selection, your reputation is improved long-term.

So what do you think? Would Ireland let his rep suffer a bit at the hands of fans and second-guessers in the short-term? Or would he bow to the pressure and pluck the next QB or WR or RB on his board to satisfy the masses and his owner?

Hmmmm.

We might see. 

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mensah ...

Just consider for one moment, if you would, the management structure of the Miami Dolphins since 1/08 through 9/10. Wayne Huizenga hired Bill Parcells as the "Football Czar" in Miami. Bill Parcells was given the mission and ultimate responsibility of rebuilding the team.
Parcells brought in Ireland and Sparano to help him with the task. He allowed both to operate in their positions, but don't get it twisted, when you title is "Football Czar" and YOU and ONLY YOU have been tasked to rebuild a struggling franchise. The rope you give your subordinates is going to be just short enough to reel in quickly. So,If you are looking for someone to blame about those things you don't like on this team. Don't look any farther then Bill Parcells.

Once THIS season is under way, and Jeff and Tony have drafted their own picks. And once Jeff and Tony have hired a few FA players. THEN it is appropriate to blame Jeff and Tony.

I feel all the "Drama" about how Horrible it is in Miami is WAY overstated... and many who have issues with Jeff Ireland have them because of the "Is your Mom a Ho?" question. To those who were offended in one way or another by a statement not directed at them, I know nothing he does will ever be good in your minds. And that is both your right and you choice. I just by happen to disagree with you.

Wonder what number Miami Dolphins Franchise QB Cam Newton will be wearing?

You better make your Boss happy if you value your job!

Home Skillet...What is your plan to aquire Newton? I think he will be the first quarterback taken. I know nothing about Gabbert except a few you tube videos, and what the scouting report says. But assuming Newton is the first quarterback taken. How do we move up and aquire him? DB said it would take a first and a third. Try our first this year, and next year, plus another mid round pick(could be this year, or next) Do you really think the phins are going to gamble that much on any player?? Come on. I'm coming around on the Newton train too. But be realistic.

HOME IS RIGHT ,EVERY YEAR THE SAME DUMB BLOGGERS TALK ABOUT ALL THAT CRAP AND WE NEVER GO TO THE PLAYOFFS BUT THIS YEAR IFEEL HENNE WIL TAKE US TO THE PROMISE LAND .

Who ever the Leprechaun picks will be the wrong pick.................

I'm sure this will come with some ridicule, probably well deserved after the comment I'm about to make. But the one thing the offseason brings is some hope. A lot of people feel the Phins are a franchise that is very close to becoming a bottom dweller, a Nicholas Cage movie. In other words a joke. People have every right to feel this way, and if it makes you feel better, that's awesome.

The reality is, nobody knows if we are close to fielding a contender, or another dud. I choose to hold out hope for the first option. I look at it this way. The defense is a few parts away, and another year into the scheme from being very,very good.

Last year the offense couldn't score if you paid Dez Bryants mother, and her associates. But we were real good at getting to "second base"(field goal range) As bad as the unit was. We were pretty good at moving the ball in between the 20's. Hopefully the experience of conservative red zone play calling will not rear it's ugly head agian. And some of these opportunities will turn into touchdowns.

Hopefully whoever is playing quarterback can understand the importance of not turning the ball over(see Penne 2008. Some may not like his style, but good things happen when you don't turn the ball over)

Hopefully the playcaller will see that when a running back is hot, you keep feeding him the rock. Hopefully the Wildcat is shot in the head, and burried at the zoo where it belongs. And finally hopefully the playcaller gets on the same page as the quarterback. Understands what the players good qualities are, and game plans accordingly. Not to his ego.

Things aren't so bad. A few little tweeks and we could be playing some meaoningful Jan. games.

Aloco, I Thought you were Chad(Fat-neck)Hennes biggest fan??????

Darryl, you've been drinking to much Kool-aide,Understandable, I know your frozen in over there....

DARRYL,

I LOVE READING YOUR POSTS BUT THIS LAST ONE IS TOO LONG,PLEASE MERCY ON US

ALoco..I apologize.Will try and keep them shorter..

Cuban...Perhaps. My favorite flavor of Kool-Aid is grape. You?

Dark Bomb...I agree man, we need to make a splash in this draft. Henne sucks amd we need playmakers period. I could care less how many want to give Henne another chance...he sucks, get over it. We need a QB badly! We need playmakers badly...any less from our first draft pick and the FO will be fired...even though i think that should have happened already...

I'm drinking a grape G2 now...it's real good. Cant beat a really good Grape Drank

DD, Raspberry...........

EX DOLPHIN LB COX WILL BE HIRED AS ASSISTANT DEFENSIVE LINE COACH...HIS LAST JOB WAS THE SAME WITH THE BROWNS.

P.S......... SEEMS WE R GETTING THE BROWNS STAFF INSTEAD OF THE DALLAS PLAYERS .

4 and 12 here we come....................

It is imperative the Dolphins have an offensive draft this year similar to the defensive draft of last year. However, I am not impressed with ANY of the quarterbacks available this year enough to spend a first round pick on one (baring a collective bargaining agreement that limits money spent on rookie draft picks). They just don’t seem worth the huge money. If Mark Ingram falls to us at 15 he may be the only glamour pick I would make. Otherwise, just go with the best available offensive player. That might be a tackle or center. But that’s where it all starts, right? I would like to look at John Clay (Wisconsin RB) in the late rounds. He’s big at 6-1 and 255 and would add another dimension in the backfield. I would also like to pick up Greg Cooper in the late rounds for backfield help as well as kick return help. As far as quarterback, I think I would pick up a free agent like Marc Bulger or Kerry Collins for one year and wait for Andrew Luck next year. He would be worth trading whatever it takes to get him. With a good offensive draft this year and Andrew Luck next year, the franchise could be set for many years to come.

BREAKING STORY ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;THE REASON FOR THE DOLPHINS RECIEVERS COACH KARL DORREL TO MOVE TO BE A QB COACH IS HE FOUND COACHING MARSHALL DIFFICULT TO SAY THE LEAST

Guys, Lets just call the upcoming year a "Wash", The fist pumper will be replaced during the bye=week, the GM will be replaced at the end of the season, So who will be the fins new Head coach, and who'll be the GM???, And will the mighty air=breathers be going to the west coast???, These are subjects to be discussed, so discuss....

Ireland has no choice but to trade down in the 1st round. Cam Newton is the only player I can see Miami not trading down if he is there at 15.

I don't think this is a good year to draft a QB. I think it would be wise for Miami to sign a veteran free agent and let him battle it out with Henne & Tom Brandstater.

Henne deserves one more shot with a better interior line, speed receiver, better Te's and running backs. Dan Henning & David Lee did a lot of damage to Henne so hopefully Daboll & Dorell can correct it.

This is who I would draft assuming we trade down in the first.

1)Mikel Leshoure RB Illinois
2)Torrey Smith WR Maryland
3)Orlando Franklin, G, Miami
4)Will Rackley, OT/G, Lehigh
5)Kenrick Ellis, NT, Hampton(if Solila is gone)
6)Henry Hynoski, FB, Pittsburgh
7)Damien Berry, RB, Miami
7)Cameron Grham TE Louisville

If there is only one free agent Miami goes after it has to be Ryan Kalil. Throw the bank at him, do whatever it takes to get him in aqua & orange.

Owen Daniels, Zach Miller, or Mercedes Lewis should be looked at and Brad Smith of the Jets could kill three birds with one stone. Smith returns kicks, punts, and is a QB in the wildcat. With Brown most likely gone, Smith can fill that role and be the special teams player we have been looking for awhile.

Cuban..I think we are 2 key players away from being able to run a west coast offense. Sorry, 3 key players. Obviously, we need an accurate quarterback. If we could aquire a speed guy we already have a possession wr(Marshall) and a slot guy(Bess) The last piece is a pass catching tight end. We have running backs that can block, and catch the ball. So IMO, we could easily run some West coast with the proper personel. I think it would be an exciting twist to what has been a fairly boring, and predictable scheme.

Cuban, we have been doing laundry (washing years away), forever! So we wash another year, then another! No sir, we need results NOW! We have patiently waited long enough.....if Ireland and Sparano can't get it done, fire them! One or two games into the season....we could have Armando, Lebatard, Cote and Darlington take over the team's coaching duties and promote ALOCO to GM!

DD, A accurate QB being the key in your design......That's the Quandary here my friend, and a Coach that can deliver it, Daboll is not the guy for that.....again, Fist pumper out,Bye-week,Leprechaun gone end of season......

ALoco for GM..Imagine the team could have meatball sub mondays. That would be awesome! ALoco are you up for it?

Cuban. Am I safe in assuming the Leprechaun is Ireland?

Sky, Hate to tell you expect another 7 and 9(If there lucky)(I see 4 and 12 myself) again this upcoming season, That's how little respect I give these guy's running my Beloved Dolphins.... Sorry......

SPEED, SPEED, SPEED, that is whats missing on this offense.... Power on O line and speed at the skill positions look at the super bowl participants this year.

Yes DD, you are correct.........

Cuban, Cuban, Cuban.....I hate it that you might be right! It pisses me off that we may get nowhere this season. We have more knowledge on this blog than the entire Dolphin front office, that's sad!!! Why can't they fix it? Really, if you look at it WE have better choices/suggestions than they have! Tragically, we, as well as the team, suffer!

Darryl,

Just wanted to let you know I agree with you 100% concerning Miami needing to be more draft oriented in their talent acquisition. Some of those players I mention where FA who were taken post draft or who did not have contracts with other teams. They were not necessarily "Free Agent Grabs" in the Karlos Dansby" since of the word.

Miami was more beat up last year then many realize. There are some very decent players including a 1st and 4th round draft pick who will be returning. Guys like Nate Garner, Will Allen, Cory Sheets=(speed) and the guys who fell during the year, Procter, Hartline, Dansby and Carey will all hopefully be ready to play. Add in the draft this season and what we can scour out of FA and undrafted FA and we should be in much better shape then we finished last year. Not to mention younger players having more experiences.

Red it is truly crazy..............

Armando...How about a feature on some prospects the Phins may have in mind in the draft? I understand this offseason will be a struggle to find material other then lockout stuff. But it would be nice to know where the Phins are at as far as players on the radar.

DD, Ireland's "Radar" is not operating ...........

Derek..I forget about Sheets. He could be a very nice addition to the offense, and or return game. Carrol did ok,and had some nice returns. But he looked like he was a little unsure of himself. Good return guys understand how to set up blocks and know where the creases are to get up the field. I don't know if it was a combination of poor execution, or inexperience. Ginn was very good at exploding through those creases, then running otb...lol. It would be nice to feel like we had a guy that the opposition felt was a threat to break a big return. I don't know if Carrol offers this.

let's put to rest the philosophy of the bpa. if miami stays at 15 and a player like aldon smith is available he obviously is not only the bpa but he fills a need that ireland feels need to be filled and that is a dynamci pass rusher opposite cam wake.
but, wouldn't the "right thing to do" be to trade down and get a 2nd rd pick and still have a chance to get an impact player for the offense. let's suppose he trades the #15 and moves down into the mid 20's in the first rd and acquires a much needed 2nd. it is the right thing to do. suppose he also picks someone like torrey smith at wr who fills a need for a speedy receiver and also gives them much needed help on special teams. again, the right thing to do because he can help in two ways. he's also a popular pick because of his speed, size and playmaking ability. some may have smith going early 2nd rd but who cares if the guy was projected to go in the first five or ten picks in the 2nd rd. if he can help the team improve on offense he is not only the bpa but the right thing to do.
therefore, the philosophy of the bpa as people like to throw it around is somewhat flawed. you pick the best player available based on your need not just because the player is the bpa on the board, need or not. what if the bpa every year over the next five years was on defense? does ireland continue to take a guy on defense with total disregard for the offensive side of the ball? that is why there are so many mediocre teams in this league.

Darryl,
Sheets was running 4.32 40s..... No slug in that kid. Even if the injury cost him .5 he is still fast.

Also, I believe last year Armando and a few other blogs started placing some "Prospect lists" out there about 2 or 3 weeks (maybe a month) prior to the draft. Thing is, they are very much like Mocks and are purely speculative.

It may be a dumb question, but are you aware of "Walterfootball.com"? If on the outside chance you are not, his site has very good player profiles. His Mocks are on par with most others... about 30% correct, but the Free Agency guide, player profiles, and positional breakdown on best player available are top notch. I cannot stand Walter... But his site is great.

DD/CUBAN


BESIDE COOKING MEATBALLS FOR THE TEAM , I WILL HIRE A NEW TEAM DOCTOR TO MAKE SURE WE DON'T HAVE ANOTHER ODRICK .

P.S.. (( FLY MY DOCTOR FROM OSTON,I CAN'T TRUST A DOCTOR WHO CAN'T SPEACK ENGLISH ))

What difference does it make? Do you think Ireland's judgement is suddenly going to be improved? Whatever nose he has had for talent is still the same nose he has. Throw his bum a*s out.

the biggest sleeper in the draft at wr is greg little. i love it when offensive players deliver hits on the defender and that is what little does when he's running with the ball. you gotta love tough guys on offense. who cares if he's not a burner. how often do you throw the ball 40 yds down the field. defensive backs will hate to tackle the guy.

Can't wait until the draft so we can get away from this 'draft Cam Newton', 'draft Mallett' crap. There's no way this team can afford to spend another pick on a QB, unless it's third round or later as a development QB. Too many holes, too many needs....whatever you want to call it. Enough already!!....stop the insanity!

I think the people that are in that camp are going to be awfully disappointed after the draft.

(( FLY MY DOCTOR FROM BOSTON, I CAN'T TRUST A DOCTOR WHO CAN'T SPEACK ENGLISH ))

GRIG M...YOU HAVE A GREAT POINT .

Derek..Thanks for the info. I like the Walter sight, in fact I think they update it every week. That guy hates Mallet, it's like he has a personal vendetta against him. Refered to him as a moron..That's harsh.

As far as finding a return guy. I'm sure all of the teams already do this so I'm not saying anything new. But, these guys are specialists. Find guys from schools where they excell at special teams. This isn't me being a homer, but it goes along with my point. Take the guys from Montana. None would make rosters if they couldn't play special teams. Well, under Bobby Hauck(UNLV coach now, Unlv top 3 in the FBS in his first year) The Griz were always in the top 5 in special teams. They teach it, and thrived on it. Find players at schools where they excell at this, and the chances of finding a proper return guy go up. Just a thought

How goes it gents?

DEANGLO WILLIAMS
AHMED BRADSHAW
PIERRE THOMAS


ALL THESE THREE RB'S STUDS WILL HIT THE FREE MARKET ,SO CAN WE RISK TALKING 5'10 MARK IGNRAM AT FIRST PICK ? I SAY NO

CraigM...as usual I respect your blogs...but as usual you are wrong my friend...unless the fins make a BIG MOVE one day we will ensure nothing but the status quo or less...
"
There's no way this team can afford to spend another pick on a QB, unless it's third round or later as a development QB. Too many holes, too many needs"....CraigM..

Thats the exact thing we have been doing for years...result = MEDIOCRITY.! That kind of thinking is the exact problem...that was the LONG pick kind of thinking v Ryan...it stifles you...you never get anywhere...

If they BELIEVE firmly that there is a BIGTIME QB somewhere in the draft...if they dont trade UP, they are delinquent in their duties..and ROSS has rightly got them "on notice"...

This BS about building from the trenches is fine if you actually CAN build...but after 3 years what has Sparano built on the OLine?..NADA...ZILCH...in fact its worse..!

Theyve had 3 years to get the trenches happening.No result....at least if by chance they happen on a QB ...even accounting for the stupidity of these coaches...we will be a chance...

You CANNOT keep doing the same thing and expecting a different result....im afraid Craig that your thinking is the thinking that gets us 7-9...maybe


THE NEWS.......... SF WILL TRADE THEIR OVER ALL NO 7 DRAFT PICK FOR THE PHI QB KOLB .

We have SO MANY mediocre players clogging this roster that any more would be seriously stupid...your paying wages to players who wont impact ever...

Get away from that style of thinking...ONE GAME changer = 5 squad fillers....

Id rather pay one dude big $$$$, than 5 who'll never do anything small wages...YES you need backups but our balance is poor...
There are few STAR's on this team...very few and thats what we need...with Star's comes excitement and unpredictability..it leads to the other guys on the team gaining swagger...it builds a winning culture/mentality..it creates matchup problems..it makes the other team play on YOUR TERMS....

If we get more fat GIANT PIRE EATERS, who can hardly move, then you may hold teams to low scores...but without a QB or an OFFENCE that can hit hard, you REMAIN 7-9...

Draft with eyes for a GAME CHANGER....

If there is NO ONE this year....trade for NEXT year....id rather wait another year and get an ELITE game changer than another 7 fat trolley boys most of whom will be released...

Thats "PIE EATERs"

FA IS THE KEY,FORGET THE DRAFT

Darryl,
I believe you thought holds true in several ways. NCAA schools used to be more "specialized" with their programs. OSU was where you found O-line guys. Florida, Syracuse, UCLA and Alabama were great tailback schools. Florida State, Miami, Penn State and USC were Linebacker and Defensive skill position schools and QB schools.

Some of that holds true after 30 or so years. But all of the teams are getting very good and have consistent talent throughout their rosters.

I am uncertain if the Draft coming before FA is better or worse. I believe it coming BEFORE free agency creates an environment that encourages teams building from the draft at key positions rather then filling holes that were unfilled by FA. As we have already discussed, in Miami's case this is a good thing.

Last year I felt like Miami needed at least 3 starters out of THAT draft. They ended up with Misi being the only guy who was not injured of the starter caliber players. That hurt. Most don't even know that Chris Clemmons hurt his groin in game 12 and that is why he fell off so bad and why Jones got a few starts.

Get those players up and running, and get 3 or 4 starters this draft, and things will take on a very different look. I have given up talking about the QB position, I know what I want to see happen... so do about 50 gatzillion others and none seem top agree. I just know they damn sure better have a plan or they will be looking into a big problem should Henne stay a bust.


I agree ALOCO...FA is the way....pick your guy and PAY HIM....better than releasing 5 draft busts every year...hell its probably cheaper too.....the draft according to our performance in it over the last 3 years has been 50%....which means a whole lotta picks go NOWHERE....yes thats normal....but its an inefficient way to use your $$$$....FA done properly will get you better returns for investment

Aloco...im having spaghetti with Chicken for lunch today....you?

We are NUTS if we draft Ingram with 15....he has weight problems and is only a bulldozer...he is NOT ELITE at all...Bradshaw,Thomas and Williams possibly Bush will be available via FA and they are PROVEN...I like Bradshaw....

Forget Ingram....he will get worn down in 2 seasons with his crash bang running....plus he will get fat....

great name..Jaquizzz....thats a freaky name.!

BIGALFY,


AGREE WITH YOU FA IS THE KEY ,BUT FORGET ABOUT BUSH HE'S HAVING VERY BAD INJURY AND HE OFFERD TO LOWER HIS ASKING PRICE ,A CLUE FOR HE'S DONE .

P.S.. I LOVE READING THESE PLOGGERS LIK DD,DC,KRIS TALKING IN CIRCLES ABOUT THE DRAFT EVERY YEAR .


MY DINNER;;

GRILLED SOWRDFISH
FRIED POTATOES WITH GARLIC


Why Darryl Dunphy,...Madcap (*Different name but what movie?) How is you is mang?

Now that the League and the NFLPA is in mediation perhaps it ain't too late to pull back on da yoke and save the season eh??

It may not have to get to "Shots fired,...NFL season down!"

Lotta good content on the board lately. You might say a plethora of ideas being bantied about.

I believe, under the "I want an exciting offense" mandate imposed by Boss Ross I think ol' Luck of the Ireland may have to run his draft with mostly OFF colored glasses.

I hear you on ST issues and echo the same sentiment. It's one third (1/3 for the mathmatically visual) of the game ST is. The Bifecta need more performance in this area and starts by nailing down guys like WR Titus Young, WR Jerrel Jernigan, WR Randall Cobb, RB Derrick Locke, RB Kendall Hunter or RB Noel Devine. We HAVE to have a much deadlier return game if we are going to truly have ST help us win games. (Besides kicking FGs). We of all teams should know that starting field position can be key to less 27 play drives.

DD, you're a humble guy and that is what makes you a great blogger. No holy'er than thou stuff from you bro... I dig that as ALL of us can be wrong, including the pundits, scouts, Mayocks, BPs and even... Ozzie Newsome, Polian and Pioli.

Cheers,

DEREK,

YOUR LAST POST SOUND FAMILIAR ,I READ IT LAST YEAR.YOU SAID SAME THING .

Aloco...Swordfish is dangerously high in Mercury...Used to be extremely popular in restaurants 20 years ago, no more. Stay away from it. Some say within 20 years the oceans will be too polluted to eat seafood, who knows. Stick to Alaskan King Salmon, Halibut, Trout, and non farm raised shellfish. I was up in Seattle recently and the Alaskan Red Spot Prawns were out of this world.

Aloco,

Wassup mang? How you been? A tasty treat for din din I see.

You think FA is the way to go? Its same stuff sometime you get a Karlos Dansby, sometimes Gibril Wilson.

It's such and inexact science and thats why it's fun. Viva le Parity!

Cheers,

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