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Draft week: Will Ireland panic on Branden Albert?

Jeff Ireland has generally not been one to panic throughout his tenure as the Dolphins general manager.

Once he realized that Chad Henne was not the answer as Miami's franchise quarterback, he didn't panic and pick Ryan Mallett in the 2011 draft. He didn't panic and make the deal for Kyle Orton later that summer. He didn't panic earlier this offseason and give cornerback Brent Grimes or tight end Dustin Keller multi-year deals. He didn't panic and fill an offensive line need by immediately committing to Eric Winston -- either last year or this year.

Indeed, the only Ireland move I can really think would even come close to being a panic move was the trade up for running back Daniel Thomas in the second round of the 2011 draft. The Dolphins desperately needed running back help after moving on from Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams and apparently feared losing out on Thomas so the move was made.

Despite that one apparent indiscretion, Ireland has been a fairly cool customer when it comes to acquiring players. (No, he doesn't always get the right one. No one does. But he doesn't get flustered about going after anyone, either). He certainly played it cool with left tackle Jake Long and that is one reason I've confirmed Long went to the St. Louis Rams.

Seems Long didn't think the Dolphins showed him enough love or respect, probably by the structure of their offers to him, to return to Miami.

And that brings us to the Branden Albert situation.

Albert is the Kansas City Chiefs left tackle who is on the trade block. And the Dolphins have shown considerable interest. But the interest has not been to the point where the Dolphins had offered the Chiefs a trade proposal as of this writing. The interest had not been to the point where the Dolphins had worked out a contract with Albert's agent as of this writing.

Ireland had so far played it cool. 

As of Sunday afternoon, this was still in the pending file.

But as this is officially the dawn of draft week, and all three parties -- the Chiefs, the Dolphins and the Albert camp -- would like a resolution to the issue that involves them all, the pressure on Ireland is about to mount exponentially. And pressure often causes folks to panic.

Because the draft is less than four days away, the Albert camp wants the Dolphins to get a deal done. The Chiefs want to bring this to some sort of conclusion because they'd like to know if Albert is going to be on their roster or if they're going to have an extra draft choice -- a fairly high one apparently -- for Albert.

And there is a certain amount of pressure on the Dolphins to figure out both draft compensation and a contract for Albert if that's the direction they're going to go. And if that's not the direction they're going to go, the Dolphins need to figure out how else they'll solve their left tackle vacancy that apparently they're not thrilled with Jonathan Martin filling.

So, yes, there is pressure. And this is about the time someone might panic.

Will it be Ireland?

He's the most likely choice of the three parties involved.

Albert's camp doesn't have to panic. They've got a signed franchise tag they're holding which guarantees the player $9.8 million in 2013. Yes, they want a multi-year deal. But are they going to cave to get that done?

Absolutely not. Indeed, the Albert camp believes it is working from a position of strength. They have a guaranteed one-year deal. They have a player that can hit the free agent market next year and get major bucks because it's unlikely the Chiefs would franchise him again at 120 percent of this year's cap value. They also have a suitor on the line for a multi-year deal. So there is not real timing pressure on them.

And that's why I'm told Albert wants to get paid. He wants a contract that is better than the four-year, $34 million deal with $16 million guaranteed the Rams gave Jake Long.

Yes, Branden Albert expects to get a better deal from the Dolphins than Jake Long ultimately believed the Dolphins were offering him. Now, one can play with the numbers. It's possible the Dolphins' offer to Long might have been higher than the Rams' but was structured in such a way as to make it easy to get rid of him after one year if he was injured again.

But on the face, Albert wants to do better than the deal Long thought was the best one on the table.

And they're not under undo pressure.

The Chiefs are playing it coy, too. They've not giving Miami permission to speak with Albert personally or give him a physical until they have a signficant trade offer on the table. And as of this writing, that was not yet the case.

They can argue they'll draft as planned and simply keep Albert and there will be opportunities to trade him later. Of course, we know this is posturing. The Chiefs want the draft pick compensation for Albert by Friday the latest. And if they don't get it by then, they're losing the maximum benefit of trading him. But I'm simply telling you what they might be pitching as a stance.

Ireland and the Dolphins?

They seem more desperate. They don't have a left tackle. The veil of using Martin as the answer has been removed. That's not what the team wants. That would only be the last resort move.

They aren't going to ransom their entire draft to trade up for Luke Joeckel or Eric Fisher as those two left tackles might go No. 1 and No. 2 when the draft begins Thursday. They're not in love with Lane Johnson enough to mortgage a signficant part of their draft to trade up for him. (Maybe if he drops to them, they go with him. But trade up for him? Not in the plans as of today).

So what's left? Pick the fourth-best left tackle and hope?

It's a time for lesser men to panic because there are not wonderful options.

But this is my advice to Jeff Ireland:

Do you. Be yourself. Do not panic.

Paying Branden Albert -- a good but not great left tackle -- like he's an elite left tackle is not a palatable move to begin with. And paying a 2013 second- or third-round pick to Kansas City for the privilege makes it less appealing.

So hold fast.

Offer a 2014 second-rounder instead of 2013.

If it must be a 2013 pick, make absolutely sure that it's the second of Miami's two second-rounders (Nos. 42 and 54) and make sure that a trade down from No. 12 in the first round is available so you can regain that extra pick to mitigate the sting of trading for Albert.

(That likely means waiting until Thursday because very few teams will be willing to make a pre-draft trade for the No. 12 overall selection before then). 

If the Chiefs don't want to budge, call their bluff. Seriously. What are they going to do after picking Joeckel? They have to trade Albert. So wait them out.

If Thursday comes an goes and Friday comes and goes, Braden Albert will still be on the trade block. And then the pressure on K.C. will indeed mount. They're not going to waive the guy. Make the trade for a '14 pick. Give them that second-rounder, tell them they beat you up, shake their hand and call it a day -- all the while knowing they didn't win because they didn't take your current picks.

Remember Jimmy Johnson's old axiom: A second-rounder next year is like giving up a third-rounder this year because experience and maturity will likely cause the third-rounder to produce faster and more. So giving up a second next year for Albert is more of a bargain for Miami.

That strategy would give the team Albert this year, plus its full complement of draft picks this year. And that 2014 pick you trade away might be a lower selection anyway if your moves this year pay the kind of dividends you expect and you're in the playoffs.

Does waiting out K.C. come with risk?

Of course it does. Maybe another team jumps into the picture. Maybe the Chiefs rethink their strategy and keep Albert.

But those risks seem marginal. Albert's been on the market for a while and no one else has stepped up. And Albert has made it known to the Chiefs he's dead set against playing right tackle so he's causing them some pressure on that front.

Look, this deal could be done by Monday night or Tuesday if Jeff Ireland panics. Yes, he'd immediately have the solution to his left tackle issue. But the move would seem unthoughtful in the wake of losing Jake Long because the cost would be higher on multiple fronts (trade compensation as well as big contract compensation to the player).

Or ...

Ireland could strap his belt a notch tighter and hold his breath. He could wait out the Chiefs and the chances he'd get Albert could diminish. There's uncertainty there admittedly.

But sometimes testing that uncertainty is better than being the guy that panics.

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We are getting closer and closer to getting some answers. Thursday can't get here fast enough.

My Point Was Never Comparing Egnew To Mallett.

Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013 at 08:12 PM
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M. Egnew Has Seen More Playing Time Than R. Mallet.

Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013 at 12:21 PM

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lol.....

Rick,

I'm wondering if they see their oline more complete than we do. Maybe it is all smokescreen? Who knows. Maybe Martin indeed has advanced enough, we can't know. Philbin has already tried Jerry at tackle. It is a guessing game right now.

My Point Was Never Comparing Egnew To Mallett.

Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013 at 08:12 PM
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M. Egnew Has Seen More Playing Time Than R. Mallet.

Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013 at 12:21 PM

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lol.....

Posted by: Kris | April 22, 2013 at 09:15 PM

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double lol :)

Dashi proves my point time an again, I should thank him for making it so easy.

It has gotten to the point that it is comical how much in denial he is.

8 or 8.5 mil what is the diff?

Albert is ranked higher than Long anyway.

i would def give a 2 next year to keep our 2 round 2 picks on secondary.

eifert in round 1 please...

if not Albert than Pugh or Long in round 2

dusty is here to tell us it is a done deal again.

I don't think its a smokescreen Bodine. They offered the Chiefs a 2nd rd pick ( the 54th) an their trying to get a deal done with Albert.

The 2 questions are: 1. Will Albert come off his demands?

2.Will the Chiefs accept the latter of our 2 2nd rd picks?

Rick, you have no idea what was offered. You can not rely on the media for accuracy or truth, ever.

i think chiefs will end up taking pick 54, but if we wait till after the draft maybe they will take next years round 2 pick.

or if Arizona doen't get a tackle they get involved.

i think Albert will take a deal to get out of KC and into Miami.

We are going to pay up for a guy who refuses to play RT if asked? What the hell kind of team player is that?

maybe he would suck at RT

A report on the NFL website said the only thing holding up the trade for Albert is the draft pick. It said the Phins are willing to meet his contract demands.

Posted by: dadsmithwest | April 22, 2013 at 09:02 PM
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Just saw it....
"NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Monday that the Dolphins are willing to meet Albert's asking price, that being a contract similar to the six-year, $53.4 million contract extension signed by Houston Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown last".

Jeeze, did Ireland panic or what? We're going to pay Albert the same kinda money the top rated LT (Brown)gets? Long term? Oh no.

That is a panic for sure. Ireland did well in FA, but he blew the LT situation. He should have coughed up another half mil to keep Long.

This tells us there is someone he really really wants at 12 that is not a LT.

Hold the press!!!

It looks like that article is a week old!

(( dashi said agnew saw more playing time than mallet ))......

THAT'S WHY IN THE CELLAR .....

My mistake, it was from today...however it also says
"This stands in contrast to a recent report by Yahoo! Sports that stated the Dolphins and Albert wouldn't be a match unless his price "comes down significantly.""

BREAKING NEWS.......

PHINS AND ALBERT REACH AN AGREEMENT .....WAITING FOR DRAFT DAY TO MAKE IT FINAL..

Yeah Funny You Singled Out 2 Statements On 2 Post. That Were 8 Hours Apart.

And Post The Whole Post At 12:21.

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M. Egnew Has Seen More Playing Time Than R. Mallet.

Do We Want To Play The Game "Players The Pats Could've Picked Instead Of R. Mallet". Since We Love To Play Which TE The Dolphins Didn't Sign.

A. Pettis WR L. Hankerson WR V. Brown WR C. Shorts WR

B. Shine CB C. Collier CB

Just To Name A Few. All Those Guys Would've Helped The Pats Out More.

Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013 at 12:21 PM
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As You Can See That 1 Statement Was Just That A Statement Telling The Truth.

Let Me Repeat It. M. Egnew Has Seen More Playing Time Than R. Mallett.

Now On The Conversation. Which You Manage To Keep Bringing Up My Points. Without Ever Explaining Your Side On Why Do You Think Mallett Deserves To Be A First Round Pick.

Read My Post EARLIER!! 11:29am

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Ryan Mallett Is A Bust.

The Kid(T.Wilson) Coming Out This Year From Arkansas Is Better. And Even He Is Not That Good. If We Are Going To Speculate And Say Ireland Should've Drafted A QB That Year. Which Would've Been Counter Productive. Considering You Would Basically Be Giving Sporano Another 2-3 Year Extension. The QB To Get Was C. Kaepernick. He Was A Wildcat QB. But Spo Would've Ruined Kaepernick.

Now If Ireland Would've Had His Way Harbaugh Would've Been Our Coach And Kaepernick Our QB. But Spo Was Given One Last Run With Henne. And Ireland Still Managed To Pull A Matt Moore Out His Assembly.

I Remember That Season Like Yesterday. K. Dansby and B. Marsha Lead The Rebellion Losing The First 7 Games In A Row. Managing To Lose A 15-0 Game With 2:00 Minutes To Go Against Tebow. Then Managing To Not Fully Throw The Season To Get Luck Or RG3.

Again, All That Is Speculation.

A Fact Is R. Mallet Is A Bust.

If Belichick Could Trade Him. Now Would Be The Time. This Offseason R. Mallets Stock Should Be At Its Peak. No QB's In The Draft And He Has 2yrs In The League. Still On His Rookie Deal. By Jimmy Johnson's Standard R. Mallet Should Be Worth A 1st Rounder This Season. At Least A 2nd In This QB Hungry Draft. A. Smith Was Worth 2-2nd Rounders. Even M. Flynn Was Worth Something.

Brady Just Signed A New Deal. We All Know Mallett Won't Be Seeing The Field Anytime Soon. The Pats Can Draft A QB Next Year, And Still Have Time To Develop Him Before Brady Retires.

Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013 at 11:29 AM

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Again I Explained Why I Think R. Mallett Is A Bust In My Book.

Now Explain Why You Still Think R. Mallett Is A Success. Or Will Be.

Cause Saying I Will Still Waste A 1st Rounder On R. Mallett Means You Believe In R. Mallett.

Again, Explain Your Side.

Dashi Has Done Enough Explaining.


The Pats Weren't Developing A Whole Lot With R. Mallett. He Should Already Be Close To A Finished Product. Or As Close As He Will Ever Be.

Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013 at 08:44 PM
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Dashi, I thought you knew better than to argue with that retard idiot-LOL.

Don't you know, Bellicheat drafted him. You know Bellicheat, the guy that passed on Tom Brady 6 times and then started Drew Bledsoe over him. ROTFLMAO!

That idiot retard don't know squat, please don't argue with him. Just give him 10 bucks and watch him run off into the alley.

Somebody is trying much too hard.

ODIN,


WHY YOU ALWYS IN TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY DASHI'S POSTING ?

EVERY WORD..


We've been there. You haven't gotten there. It is easy for us to see. One day in the future you too will see this and feel embarrassed. Mark my words.

Posted by: daSheba's Big Gulp | April 22, 2013 at 09:12 PM
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THIS from a guy signing in as Dasheba's Big Gulp(I hate to think of what he takes big gulps of).

Anywhoo.......You're sign in name says it all.

A know nothing peasant to be ignored. All this typing and he's yet to make a football related point or even a football related opinion.

Just what he thinks of another Man-LMAO!

If you have any common sense at all, you'll avoid this idiot like the plague!

Dashi.....


You are an exercise in futility.....


We have read EVERYTHING from you except....."maybe I shouldn't have said that"......

Thats it....say that....and EARN some respect......

The Pats Weren't Developing A Whole Lot With R. Mallett. He Should Already Be Close To A Finished Product. Or As Close As He Will Ever Be.

Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013 at 08:44 PM


So were you seriously expecting he would take over for the most successful QB in a generation?

You have no idea if he is close to a finished product or not or how his development is going. NOBODY is going to take Brady's spot while he is still peforming at a HOF level. Tell us, what coach in their right mind would bench Brady still in his prime?

Your arguments are senseless.

Odin,

If upon your death, Aloco killed himself, does this make Aloco your slave in Vahalla forever?

DASHI IS VERY SELF CENTERED PERSON,HE ONLY HEARS HIMSELF AND NO ONE ELSE ..........


LIFE
IS
SHORT...WE SHOULD ALL BE HUMBLE ,MODEST AND HAVE DIGNITY ..............

Bodine,

Who knows if the deal will get done or not. We can only go by what is reported.

Saying that Albert is being selfish not to move to RT is a little harsh though.

LT's are paid several miilion per year more than RT's. LT is his natural position. He has a one year tender with the Chiefs. If he moves to RT as they want him to, he would lose a ton of money when he resigns.

It would really be bad business on his part IMO.

: odinseye | April 22, 2013 at 09:50 PM


Until you vocubalary rises above monkey boy and bwaaahaaaha, you should be avoided like the plague as well.

Odni, what did you think of History Channels The Vikings? I thought the shaved back of Ragnars (and some others) head was historically inaccurate. The Normans not the Vikings shaved the back of their heads.

YG........

WITHOUT YOU ,THIS BLOG WOULD BE IN A DEATH ROW.........

Odin,

That Is All I'm Saying.

The Only Reason These Guys "Might Think" Mallett Will Be A Success. Is Because He Was Drafted By Belichick.

I Explained To Them Belichick Took A QB A Few Years Earlier In The 3rd. And What Happened To Him?

Exactly, A Bust.

Yet, Mallett Is Different!!

I Want Them To Please Explain Why.

What Are They Seeing? So I Can See It To.

And Kris Has Been Back Tracking And Skewing Arguments For His Benefit All Day. And Kris, Pretty Sad That YG Is The Only One Agreeing With You. And He Is Only Agreeing With You Because Me And You Are Discussing It. And We Know How He Feels About Dashi.

YG, When Are You Finally Coming Out? We Will Respect Your Decision.

Sorry typo...meant Odin


ODIN,


WHY YOU ALWYS IN TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH EVERY DASHI'S POSTING ?

EVERY WORD..

Posted by: ALoco | April 22, 2013 at 09:48 PM
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ALoco,

I thought I told you to STFU. You got busted lying to these good posters here and refused to apologize.

If we want any lip from you we'll just unzip our pants.

You are a Pariah here until you apologize for lying. Now BEG Forgiveness before it's too late.

COCOAJOE...

ALL KILLERS IN OUR PAST DID SHAVE THEIR BACK HEADS TO ISTALL FEARS IN THE WOMEN HEARTS AND THE YOUNG BOYS ..

THE VIKINGS WERE KILLERS,THE ROMAN WERE KILLERS......

WHO KILLS FOR GOLD,KIDNAPP YOUNG BOYS AND GIRLS DOESN'T DESERVE OUR RESPECT ...

Odin,

Va in Spanish is "go". Then we have the word "hell" in English. Put these two words together and we have va-hell.

Why is vahalla so close in resemblance to va hell? Could vahalla really mean "go to hell"?

ODIN IS STARTING TO SMOKE HIS HASHISH ........

Odin,

Do all Vikings got to hell, oops vahalla?

odin why do you come running like a snarling puppy dog everytime someone challenges your dashi?

INSTALL.......

DASHI,

WHY ARE YOU ALWAYS IN TOTAL AGREEMENT WITH ODIN,NEVER A DISAGREEMENT OF ANY KIND ????

I've noticed odin defends his dashi with more vigor than he defends is imaginary hotties. Interesting.

ALoco, just in the past few hours you have lied at least 4 times to these good posters here.

You said I always agree with every word Dashi says. I disagree with him completely on Lacy right off the bat. Big Lie no. 1

You said it was announced Mallett will be the starter. Nothing was announced. Big Lie no. two.

You said Dolphins and Albert reached agreement. Big Lie no. 3

The fourth lie was about your homophobic problems of which I won't repeat.

You Sir are one BIG Lying Pariah. I don't believe you even show your face around here. Actually I don't believe it since you were Busted as the Cuban menace and even pretending to be his girlfriend. But that's MORE BIG LIES.

Bhwaaaaaaaaa Haaaaaaaaaa Haaaaaaaaa!!!!

Apologize and BEG MY FORGIVENESS you Shmuck!!!!

Dashi supports homosexuality as longs as they are pedophiles.

Did I Ever Say He Was Replacing Brady?

Mallett Being A Finished Product Means That He Should Be Ready To Start For A NFL Team. A la Matt Flynn. He Was A Finished Product By Year 3. Did He Replace A. Rodgers?

And M. Flynn Was A Way Bigger Project Than R. Mallett.

R. Mallett Was Suppose To Be NFL Ready When He Came Out The Draft. R. Mallett Was Rated As A 1st Rounder, But The Drug Problem Dropped His Stock.

R. Mallett Allegedly Didn't Need A lot Of Polishing.

Good conversation Bodine et al.

5am comes eary. Catch you folks tomorrow. Go Fins!

the albert deal will get done on draft day

So tiresome reading posts about Jake Long, the 27th rated Left Tackle from last year. What part of the guy didn't finish the last two seasons do some of you have such a hard time getting?? What good is a guy who can only play 12-14 games a year?? Nothing, he is worthless to a team if he can't play not only the regular season, but the post season. It's not like Jake has one injury, he has multiple injuries. He is in decline. Not signing Jake will end up being a plus for the Dolphins, especially when we see his name on injured reserve next year, and he will be on injured reserve playing on artificial turf and facing Seattle and San Fran twice.

ODIN,


DID YOU DISAGREED WITH DASHI SINCE HE CAME TO THIS BLOG ????


THE ANSWER IS NO.......

PLEASE HAVE SOME DIGNITY AND SOME RESPECT FOR THE FIN FANS ....

ADMIT THAT YOU R DASHI,THE DONKEY....


Odin,

Va in Spanish is "go". Then we have the word "hell" in English. Put these two words together and we have va-hell.

Why is vahalla so close in resemblance to va hell? Could vahalla really mean "go to hell"?

Posted by: Yesterday's Gone 4Ever! | April 22, 2013 at 10:00 PM
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You are getting very close my friend. A little theology would help you too fully understand.

That is all I can say. I can start you down the RIGHT Road, but you must ARRIVE on your OWN!

Valhalla!!!!

I've noticed odin defends his dashi with more vigor than he defends is imaginary hotties. Interesting.

YG.......YOUR LAST POST IS VERY TELLING..

if a tackle slides notrade if not we pull the trigger on the deal

Mallet Hasn't Played A Snap


Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013


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And Cocoa Joe, I Know Mallett Played

Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013 at 04:24 PM

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Can I translate this one......

Basically.....Dashi will SAY ANYTHING to make his argument....until you CALL him on it.....much like Cocoajoe did on the 1st post.....

Dashi's comeback after being "corrected" (BUSTED)...."I knew that"......"I'm just gonna spout LIES (facts to Dashi) until somebody calls me out on them....whatever makes my argument for me.....true or not.....


Odin,

Valhella to you too, my friend!

A Fact Is R. Mallet Is A Bust.

If Belichick Could Trade Him. Now Would Be The Time. This Offseason R. Mallets Stock Should Be At Its Peak. No QB's In The Draft And He Has 2yrs In The League. Still On His Rookie Deal. By Jimmy Johnson's Standard R. Mallet Should Be Worth A 1st Rounder This Season. At Least A 2nd In This QB Hungry Draft. A. Smith Was Worth 2-2nd Rounders. Even M. Flynn Was Worth Something.

Brady Just Signed A New Deal. We All Know Mallett Won't Be Seeing The Field Anytime Soon. The Pats Can Draft A QB Next Year, And Still Have Time To Develop Him Before Brady Retires.

Posted by: Dashi | April 22, 2013 at 11:29 AM

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Again, Stop Putting Words In My Mouth I Have Never Said Or Implied.

My Point Is If Mallett Was Any Good Belichick Will Want To Trade Him. Re Coup The Pick.

Now Your Boy Kris On The Other Hand. He Has Stated He Will Take R. Mallett In The First. Even Though He Knows The Fins Will Get R. TANNEHILL In 2012.

Kris,

You Keep Hiding From The Question.

Explain Why YOU Think Mallett Is Not A Bust.


The Normans not the Vikings shaved the back of their heads.

Posted by: cocoajoe | April 22, 2013 at 09:56 PM
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The Normans were Vikings. The King gave them the land for a deal to give back the rest of France and not invade it again.

In other words, The Vikings(That settled there and became The Normans)made the King a Deal he couldn't refuse.

The Series is OK for entertainment purposes, but I have some major problems with Historical accuracies.

Can you imagine if the Jets at 9 and 13 picks in the first round take Austin and Eifert!!!

ALoco,

According to Viking law, You will be Odin's b!tch for eternity in Val-hell-a!

Like I said....

an exercise in futility.....

again....my points have been made....and put on display for ALL to see and make their OWN judgments of what transpired.....

The ONLY word of advice I would offer you Dashi.....

Choose your battles wisely....

you can clearly see I am NOT the one you want to play with.....

Good Night sir.....

The flip side to the argument, Mallet is Belicheks best option to back up Brady. Smart coaches know it is important to have a competant back up.

One can assume the postive side just as easliy as the negative side.

The differece is, I don't claim to know that which I can't really know. Either side of the story is possible.

Some of us though like to imagine our guesses are facts.

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