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Dolphins do their homework at cornerback

What about a cornerback for the Dolphins? It sounds strange because Vontae Davis and Sean Smith are young and under contract for 2012, But the Dolphins are clearly thinking about their possibilities at the position because the club needs nickel cornerback help.

During their time at the Indianapolis combine, the Dolphins interviewed both Janoris Jenkins and Dre Kirkpatrick -- two outstanding talents with obvious red flags -- as possible cornerback additions. (No, not at No. 8 I would think.)

Kirkpatrick, an outstanding talent from the University of Alabama, was recently a charged with marijuana possession. And although the charge was dropped a couple of weeks later, the Dolphins no doubt asked the corner about the incident during their 15-minute meeting.

What might Kirkpatrick have answered?

"It was just me being at the wrong place at the wrong time, and the guy that left the marijuana in the car turns himself in," Kirkpatrick said of the incident in which a friend eventually admitted the drug was his.

"He didn't want to put me in that bad situation. He signed an affidavit saying that I was unaware of the marijuana being in the car and the charges have been dropped."

Kirkpatrick talked to San Diego, Detroit, Tampa Bay, Oakland and the Dolphins while in Indianapolis. I can understand why. He's a fine player.

He talked about how he gave up a touchdown against the Florida Gators this past season. He said it was his first touchdown scored.

For the year, someone asked.

"Ever," he responded.

Jenkins is similarly talented although his history probably raises more flags and eyebrows and anything else that is raised in questionable situations. 

Jenkins originally went to Florida but was forced to finish his college career at North Alabama after a serious run of trouble. He flunked a drug test, was arrested twice for marijuana possession, and again a third time for his involvement in a bar fight.

Oh, and he's got four children by three different mothers -- a budding Antonio Cromartie, if you ask me.

"I made a few mistakes and I learned from them,” he said. “Everything I did, I did. I’m admitting it. I did it. I’m looking to put that in my past and move forward.”

Jenkins was forced to finish his college career at North Alabama after a run of trouble. He flunked a drug test, was arrested twice for marijuana possession and a third time for his involvement in a bar fight. He’s also 23, and already fathered four children by three different mothers.

"I'm pretty sure it will hurt me," Jenkins said. "but I'm looking past that, looking forward to moving on and just being successful from here on out."

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First?

I heard RG3 blew away the competition @ the combine.....Ran a sub 4.4....GREAT braod jump...and very IMPRESSIVE high jump.....

I only have one teeny-tiny question mark about RG3.....

Its not that big really.....and I kinda feel like I am nit-picking ust by asking it....but here goes anyway.....

How did RG3 look throwing @ the combine.....

I mean after all.....being fast is cool....and jumping high AND far is great....IF your name is Reggie Bush....or Chris Johnson....

HOWEVER....

I tend to judge QBs on the the they get paid to do.....THROW THE BALL....everything else is a BONUS....

Tom Brady probably runs a 6.0 forty....and you would have to time Peyton Mannings forty time with a sun-dial.....but both are HOFers NONETHELESS......

anybody care to look up Dam Marino's forty time.....

RG3 is fast....I got news for you....THAT ISN'T NEWS....YOU ALREADY KNEW THAT...REMEMBER??????

long before the combine many of you talked about his world class speed...and he was trying out for the Olympics....so don't let the press hype you up about something you had prior knowleddge of....this was not ground breaking stuff.....

@ the end of the day....RG3 will be judged on the thing that ALL quarterbacks are judged on....his ability to red a defense.....and get the ball out of his hands....to the right read...with accuracy....timing...and touch....

Posted by: Kris | February 27, 2012 at 07:18 AM

Kris,

The top QB's do not normally throw at the combine. They typically throw at the pro day where they are on a familiar field with familiar receivers.

Convenient you didn't mention Luck didn't throw at the pro day either.

Your love for aging nerve dead Manning is altering your perspective just a tad.

@meant Luck didn't throw at the combine either.

Luck ran as fast as Cam Newton did last year.

Luck didn't throw at the combine.

I don't see anyone looking for an angle to detract from his performance.

Kris,

The top QB's do not normally throw at the combine. They typically throw at the pro day where they are on a familiar field with familiar receivers.

Convenient you didn't mention Luck didn't throw at the pro day either.

Your love for nerve dead Manning is altering your perspective just a tad.

Posted by: Biased Not | February 27, 2012 at 07:27 AM
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I would love to go back and forth with you in a respectful manner.....you may even be able to teach me something....or get me to look @ things from a differnt perspective.....

However....

Since you decided to use a Troll sign in name...as opposed to your own.......that puts me at a great disadvantage.....

you will only attempt to break apart my opinions....but not offer anything to support your opinions.....

For the record.....

Cam Newton.....threw last year.....I believe all the top QBs threw....EXCEPt the fraud Blain Gabbert....who seems to be the WORST of the ALL THE TOP QBS that came out last year....

We need to forget about Manning, unless he's able to make all the throws and has his medical issues behind him, otherwise it's just a crap shoot. If we are not making a run at RG3, then make a push for Flynn and settle the QB issue before the draft.

That's why you don't stretch for a hyped up QB, Gabbert was awful, that's why no one choose him until Jacksonville saw the chance to trade up and grab him. They felt it was impossible for him to fall that far down ( to 9 I believe around there). Theyve regretted the decision ever since. Philbin needs to go with his gut feeling and what he sees not by what everyone thinks the QB should be

sounds like either one will fit right in!!!

Really how much of the house would we have mortgage to move up 6 spots to get RG3?? maybe 1 and 2 this yr and a 1 next year? With the way this organization picks I would say that would be a good price. But Ireland is just not smart enough to do a deal like that therefore we might as well solidify the right side of the OL with the first pick hopefully

For the record.....

Cam Newton.....threw last year.....I believe all the top QBs threw....EXCEPt the fraud Blain Gabbert....who seems to be the WORST of the ALL THE TOP QBS that came out last year....

Posted by: Kris | February 27, 2012 at 07:53 AM

For the record.....

Andrew Luck is considered by all this drafts TOP prospect. He did not throw. Why not? He is perfectly healthy by all accounts.

Singling out RG3 shows clear bias on your part.

"Jenkins originally went to Florida but was forced to finish his college career at North Alabama after a serious run of trouble. He flunked a drug test, was arrested twice for marijuana possession, and again a third time for his involvement in a bar fight.

Oh, and he's got four children by three different mothers -- a budding Antonio Cromartie, if you ask me.

"I made a few mistakes and I learned from them,” he said. “Everything I did, I did. I’m admitting it. I did it. I’m looking to put that in my past and move forward.”

Jenkins was forced to finish his college career at North Alabama after a run of trouble. He flunked a drug test, was arrested twice for marijuana possession and a third time for his involvement in a bar fight. He’s also 23, and already fathered four children by three different mothers.

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Why bother typing the same thing in a different way?

"How did RG3 look throwing @ the combine.....
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Lets just say he was know as a way better passer then newton was by the time the combine came around. Go read the scout reports. Nice touch and a great deep ball. Super accurate. Luck didn't throw either btw. I dont think any of the possible 1st round qb's did

Billick:
"This is the best throwing athlete I've seen come out in awhile," said Brian Billick, former Baltimore Ravens head coach and also an NFL Network analyst. "Far better than Michael Vick in my opinion. Far better than Cam Newton. ... This guy has as pure a throwing motion for an athletic quarterback. Clearly has the intelligence to transition (to the NFL)."

In my opinion, this should be the year that Miami addresses the Quarterback issue. Our new coaching staff has the inside info on a good free-agent (Flynn) and the #3 QB in the draft (Tannehill). Also, one of the best to ever play the game (Peyton Manning) may be available. However, I hope we are not placing our trust in evaluating his injury in the same folks who told us that we should take Culpepper over Brees! I assume that they have made appropriate adjustments to their medical evaluation staff since then. It's not like you have to draft a doctor right out of medical school. But, knowing this bunch, that's probably what they did...

And, if all else fails...well, Moore did a decent job last year once he got into the swing of things. So, if he's our starter, so be it. But, don't just hand it to him on a silver platter. Make him earn it against the best competition available to us!

GO FINS!!!

Jenkins will have more kids then NFL int's, that is my prediction. This is another bad kid that once given all the money will fail, look at the CB in Tampa that was a bad guy in college and is in jail again. People do not change. Once a low life loser, always a low life loser.

Hey Biased Not....take a break, All the attention is about RG3 not Andrew Luck. Andrew Luck is being drafted by the Colts, The Rams will most likely trade the pick of RG3, so therefore thats where the attention is. And why should there not be questions about how he throws. We all get he isn't throwing at the Combines, but thats where the focus should be. And, name all the running quarterbacks with super bowl rings.

We would have to give up way too much to even discuss RG3..and that would set us back for years. There is too much needed to mortgage the future on him

Assuming we don't have to give up much money for Manning, i would pursue him as well as looking for secondary options including drafting and the progression of Matt Moore, I don't believe there will be a big difference between paying for Flynn vs. Matt Moore.

So i also think we should take a flyer on Manning and continue to search...

In my opinion, this should be the year that Miami addresses the Quarterback issue.

Posted by: Tracy474 | February 27, 2012 at 09:00 AM


Interesting. DC, what are your thoughts on this?

WELL.....

If BRIAN BILLICK said it.....THEN CASE CLOSED....

We are talking about the same Brian Billick that practically begged for the FINS job among others....and wasn't even CONSIDERED for a job by ANY of the teams needing a HC....

The same BRIAN BILLICK who offence's were SO BAD that they set a record for consecutive games WITHOUT AN OFFENSIVE TD.....

Well...As long as THAT Brian Billick said it.....then take it to the bank....

This thread is about DB's, how about everyone saty on point?

Yes, this team needs serious secondary help. Smith is garbage & Vontae makes for a decent #2 corner.

Aside from needing a better FS, a younger SS, the obvious nickel DB, we also need a clear cut starter. In the same division as the Pats, this team needs at least 3 starting caliber DB's, possibly 4.

Wish the phins had drafted Amukamura last year when they had the chance.

Kris

Regardless of Billicks successes (Vikings) or failures (Ravens), anyone here, including you, would be foolish to think their long distance opinion based on nothing but media fodder can be anywhere near as insightful as Billicks, a coach with decades of experience working directly with NFL quarterbacks.

What in the heck is a "throwing athlete" anyway....

Does a "throwing athlete" rank equal to a NFL QB....

Or does it rank less than a NFL QB....or is it greater than an NFL QB....

Is "throwing athlete" a roster spot....right LT...or WR...and if so....how many "throwing athletes" should we carry on our game day roster....

I wonder if RG3 considers himself to be a "thrownig athlete"....

and finally....

If you consider somebody a "throwing athlete"...do you also consider them a legit NFL QB....

and if you do....why not call the a NFL caliber QB....

RG3 will throw on his pro day, and he will be judged accordingly.

2012 top 3 QB prospects:

Luck, didn't throw at combine
RG3, didn't throw at combine
Tannehill, didn't throw at combine

Kris,

I just want to gauge your knowledge level. We've determined its far beyond Brian Billicks. Would you put yourself in the category of Belichek or Bill Walsh?

Just so I have an idea of who I'm dealing with.

The Rams should keep the number #2 and select RG3 and just trade Bradford away he is overrated anyway.

Kris,

Maybe you can share with the bloggers what you've learned from the interviews and private workouts you've conducted with NFL QB's. Maybe even sneak in a few lessons on evaluating throwing motions, footwork, field vision.

It could be quite educational for all of us.

Kris
Regardless of Billicks successes (Vikings) or failures (Ravens), anyone here, including you, would be foolish to think their long distance opinion based on nothing but media fodder can be anywhere near as insightful as Billicks, a coach with decades of experience working directly with NFL quarterbacks.

Posted by: Biased Not | February 27, 2012 at 09:16 AM
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CORRECTION.....

any one but me...

AND...

THe 32 other NFL teams to include OWNERS....and GM's....

Kris,
I just want to gauge your knowledge level. We've determined its far beyond Brian Billicks. Would you put yourself in the category of Belichek or Bill Walsh?
Just so I have an idea of who I'm dealing with.
Posted by: Biased Not | February 27, 2012 at 09:20 AM
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Easily the dumbest argument on the blog....

a poster....who post under a NEW name....doesn't even have the troll balls to confront me under your ONE of your normal names....

and YOU want to know WHO YOU'RE DEALING WITH....

Thats laughable....

RG3 did not throw at the combine.
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Some want to deduce from that he does not deserve to be regarded as a legitimate NFL QB, even though some GM will see him worthy of the #2 pick.

RG3 did not throw at the combine.
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Some want to deduce from that he does not deserve to be regarded as a legitimate NFL QB, even though some GM will see him worthy of the #2 pick.

Posted by: Biased Not | February 27, 2012 at 09:28 AM

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Biased....

whats funny is that you DEDUCE from my post that I said...any of that....

I hate to dumb down my post...but on occasion...on this blog...I know that is is NECESSARY...i mean has to be done...for those with either challenged reading comprehension...or those that are trolls only looking for a fight....

Here we go....

FACT: RG3 DID NOT throw @ the combine....or would you like to dispute that....

FACT: RG3 is FAST...but we ALREADY KNEW THAT....or would you like to dispute that....

FACT: when it is all said and done....RG3 will be judged by his ability to THROW the ball.....

Thats the Cliff notes version of my post....

hey odin!

nice job ruining the blog last night!

once again you dragged the blog down to scuzz levels and scared off any of the worthwhile bloggers.

you didn't even have to cut and paste for 20 pages!

GREAT WORK!

Kris

(cliff notes version)

Chill out. I only asked why you singled out RG3 and didn't mention Luck, who for a FACT did not throw at the combine either.

What's your bias? Some might wonder if it's race. I prefer not to wonder and simply ask.

I don't think either Luck or RG3 disappointed anyone at the Combine. Not sure how any negatives can be made from anything either of them did. They're both gifted athletes. Their both pretty mature, level-headed individuals. Anyone surprised?

I know people here hate consensus, but the story for the last 6 months or so has been that these are the 2 top-rated QBs in this Draft.

Oh, and by the way, RG3 won a Heisman Trophy, so not sure what more people want to see with him throwing a ball. I'm gonna take a stab at this one, but if he won the Heisman, as a QB, I'm pretty sure he throws the ball very well (I know, that's a pretty controversial statement).

Anyone see the NFL Network piece where they talked about Manning going to Miami and how that would pan out with the new HC?

The panel shared quotes that indicated Philbin would be very hesitant to sign Manning because he wants to put his OWN stamp on the team...and Manning would try to run HIS plays at the line like he always has.

I see this as a HUGE issue...a new HC trying to deal with the ego of a HOF QB....sound familiar?

Try Jimmy Johnson back in 1996 when he butted heads with one Dan Marino on play calling issues.

Stay Away From Manning!!!

RGIII will cost two #1's, a #2, plus whatever you want to sweeten the pot with. That means no 1st or 2nd round this year and no 1st next year and possibly no 2nd next year either. That's a lot for a kid that hasn't taken a snap in the NFL. And, no one can guarantee that he can play at the next level.

Hearing rumors that more and more teams are considering Peyton Manning because he's starting to look better and better throwing the ball. So, his stock is going up too.

If Ireland and Co. cheapen out, we may wind up with Tannehill at #8 instead of taking a pass-rusher. Big mistake in my opinion. Either address QB in free-agency, or take one in later rounds to push Moore. Don't use a 1st! And, be shy about using a 2nd (it has not been a good round for the Fins). But, get who you want! Don't take what you wind up with and then give the fans BS about how he was your pick all along. We know better! We've heard that before...

NH, you mean like Sparano and Pennington (which happened to be the best year of his tenure here)?

I don't think that has to occur. Sure, that's the worst case scenario (as you described), but the best case is Philbin rides the Manning wave, improves the team in other ways, and sets the team up to succeed in the future.

Like every choice, there's a risk/reward analysis Ireland needs to make. You've stated one of the risks. The reward that Manning could provide (you can imagine, with him being one of the best QBs of his generation) could be astronomically greater than anything any of the other QB options could do.

To me that's not a reason to pass on Manning.

Signing Peyton today means starting over in 2 years with a new QB, with a different style, different strengths. Is that really a good plan?

Bias....

You never asked me about race...but if you had....I would have answered....

I didn't mention Luck because he was not in the subject of Armando's headline Blog....RG3 was....as was Manning....

I could care less about RG3's color....it matters to me as much as Luck's color does...or your color for that matter....color is irrelevant...I am not even sure how you read my post and think about color....I didn't mention his color....I didn't even compare him to Vick, Russel, Newton Pat White...or Randal Cunningham....as is often done on this blog....

I mentioned the other QBs merely because they are slow...and effective....myn point was...you don't NEED speed to be a great QB in this league....and people falling all over themselves over a fact that they already knew doesn't make much sense to me....

Be astonshed that RG3 is taller that orginal reports...

Be happy that he is impressive during the interview process....(altho...i suspect we knew he would be)....

My point is....NEWS is suppose to be NEW.....

RG3 is fast...is neither news...or new....unless you just started watching football this weekend...and I am sure none of us on this blog fit that catagory....

My thoughts on Luck...since you ask....

I don't think he is worth all the hype....and I think he will be a bust....and wether or not you agree....as a FINS FAN....you should hope that he is a bust as well....


DC...

How many HEISMAN TROPHY winning QBs translate into the NFL.....

I mean c'mon man....really???

your projecting his career based on the fact that he won the Heisman....you think that validates your statement....

The truth is none of will know...until he hits the feild on Sundays....

anything before that is pure speculation....

What up fellow Dolphans.Some of you-alls RG3 darling is about to be interviewed by dan patrick on am radio and audience network on DIRECTV.

Tracy, I agree with you without your caveat. I think the best choice is to go after who they want (regardless of cost, 1st-rd, anything). IMHO, there is not anything not worth giving up to land a franchise QB. If they want RG3, go after him. If they want Foles in the 3rd, go after him. Whomever Ireland decides will work best, taking all factors into account, is who I believe he should try to land.

Like you said, it's not wise to skimp on the most important position on your team. Also, that carries risk. Parcells thought Henne was a sure thing. Altered the way they drafted (who knows, maybe it would have been a tougher decision not to take Ryan if Parcells didn't like Henne better). He was wrong, affected the team negatively the rest of his tenure.

Once again, it's a risk/reward question.

DC...the only thing about Manning-to-Miami that gives me wood is the possibility he could duplicate what Favre did in Minnesota two years ago.

Arrive on scene late in training camp to save his arm...have a banner year and take us to the AFC Championship Game.

...is it possible....HELL YA it is!

Listening to NFL radio this morning...Everyone is glowing about RG3. But there just seems to be many more interesting wrinkles for everyone, including the Fins, to consider in the QB race this year.

I know some of this will likley not happen and some sounds ridiculous. But it does reinforce just how many possible directions this could all go. I think it makes for a great off-season this year!

1) What if St. Louis decides to draft RG3 and uses him or Bradford as trade bait during the draft?

2) What if St. Louis forces the other teams to declare a trade for the #2 pick BEFORE free agency?

3) Would St. Louis even consider trading with any team that doesn't have a top 5 or 6 pick? Would they even be interested in dropping to #8? I personally doubt it.

4) What if Cleveland takes Flynn in Free Agency and keeps their 2 first round picks? Holmgren has obvious ties to Green Bay and has good experience with taking Hasselback to Seattle from Green Bay. Why not upgrade with Flynn + 2 first rounders instead of giving up many picks for just RG3?

5) What if the Jets or KC end up getting Manning? Would they have to drop Cassell or Sanchez to do it? If so, would the Fins have interest in them to compete with Moore?

6)Should the Fins just take a another free agent like Orton and give Moore a solid QB to compete with and use the number one pick for RT and number two pick for G/C (Pouncey is flexible)? This would give the Fins a really good O Line and much better protection for Moore/Orton and wouldn't that make our O much better?

kris, I'm not "projecting his career". What I said is, if he won the Heisman as a QB, then it's probably not a stretch to believe he can throw the ball pretty well. I didn't say if he'd be a bust or not. Nobody knows that. But the league uses these different venues (Combine, Pro Day, etc.) to try and get as much information as possible to make their best educated guess.

My point was, similar to you, their wasn't much "new" news made out of the Combine. We already KNEW RG3 was athletic (fast, etc.). We already knew he had a good head on his shoulders.

If you think you learned something this weekend that proved RG3 would be a bust, I'd say to you that's as dumb as you think anyone learned anything that proved he wouldn't.

We didn't learn ANYTHING NEW about RG3. We know today what we knew last week. Only time will tell what he will do in the NFL. Please don't believe you have any insight to give more weight to your BELIEF that he will be a bust. It's only your opinion. Mine is he'll be a star. Right now, I give both opinions a 50/50 chance of happening.

Forget about Luck and RG3, we are miles out of the bidding there.

We will go for pass rush in the 1st because the giants covered up a crap (mostly injured to be fair) secondary with their DL pressure and won the SB. Everyone copies the SB winner, so I expect FIREland to do the same.

Maybe we will get the FA FS from Cincinnati that all the blogs are pointing to because our new DC coached him up. Our corners would look a lot better if the double coverages showed up on time occasionally.

JPAO....Orton? you talking about signing Orton?

Do you want a riot in Miami?

Orton will NEVER wear a Fins uniform so long as Ross is our owner. This I can guarantee!

DC....

I just did a goole search of HEISMAN TROPHY winners...and then I looked @ the QB names....

@ first I was gonna post the names...but I have know you for far to long (on this blog)....and I felt that doing that might burn a bridge between us....

All i'm gonna say is...NEVER use "he won a Heisman" to quantify your argument again....

Your still my boy tho....

hey odin!
nice job ruining the blog last night!
once again you dragged the blog down to scuzz levels and scared off any of the worthwhile bloggers.
you didn't even have to cut and paste for 20 pages!
GREAT WORK!

Posted by: vic viral | February 27, 2012 at 09:39 AM

Glad I could help!

Is Vic short for Vicky? Or do you just use that name for trolling............the Rainbow Room?

Ireland doesn't have the balls to make the trade for RGIII. So I would stop the wishful thinking, it just isn't going to happen!

Dear Mr. Salguero

Andrew Luck and RG3....By Sir Paul McCartney

Andrew Luck And RG3 Together In Perfect Harmony
Side By Side at the NFL combine Piano Keyboard, Oh Lord, Why Don't We?

We All Know That People Are The Same Where Ever We Go
There Is Good And Bad In Ev'ryone,

We Learn To Live, We Learn To Give
Each Other What We Need To Survive Together Alive.

Andrew Luck And RG3 Live Together In Perfect Harmony
Side By Side at the NFL combine Piano Keyboard, Oh Lord Why Don't We?

Andrew Luck, RG3 Living In Perfect Harmony
Andrew Luck, RG3, Ooh

We All Know That People Are The Same Where Ever We Go
There Is Good And Bad In Ev'ryone,

We Learn To Live, We Learn To Give
Each Other What We Need To Survive Together Alive.

Andrew Luck And RG3 Live Together In Perfect Harmony
Side By Side at the NFL combine Piano Keyboard, Oh Lord Why Don't We?

Soiled :)

Hey odinseye,what's up.How's it going with the Coalition To Ban Odin? Why are you so caustic?

Kris, I understand what you're saying about Heisman equaling success at the next level. I understand the "Heisman curse." That's not the point I was making. My point was many people have observed RG3 throw the ball, and they came away thinking him and Luck are head and shoulders above the other QB prospects in this year's Draft. Go to any analysis of the Draft, and that's likely what you'll read.

My question to you is, if that's the consensus of what the closest people to this process believe, the ones who see all these guys close up and talk to them and each other and GMs and talent evaluators around the league, what did you see (or not see) to add any weight to your opinion that RG3 will be a bust? Because I don't hear a lot of people saying that. Just wondering what it is you're seeing to make you believe that? Maybe it's legit.

All i'm gonna say is...NEVER use "he won a Heisman" to quantify your argument again....


Posted by: Kris | February 27, 2012 at 10:17 AM

Now Kris wants to decide what arguments bloggers can or can not make. Sheesh!

Caustic!

Yeah, I think I like that!

Thank You :)

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Any, rg3, too bad this team didn't know when to lay down as they should've after starting 0 7.

Jeff Saturday was on ESPN this morning and is convinced peyton will come back. If rg3 is out of sight then this is the next best option, easily. Still think he's going to Arizona but a boy can still dream of his team being relevant again, even if its only for a couple of years.

I would really like to know what qb's have won a Superbowl with RG3 skill set? I don't remember any. The problem with guys like this is that they start to carry a team. Coverage doesn't break down right away and they start to run. In the NFL that can mean injury. I you look at Manning and Brady, both don't run very often. A qb that runs a lot is doing a teammates job and thereby not doing his own.

Dear Mr. Home for Christs Sake

A link just for you

"http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2227572"

Its a thread I posted at a highly techincal forum.

Oh yeah...I luv my Dolphins...Jeff Irelands warts and all...Sports talk


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