Saw this mock on another website. What are your opinions of this guy's picks. I personally don't understand mocks from people that browse through sites like this - you KNOW they are picking THEIR own favorite players - not players that fit the team. It's who they want. And then they ask other viewers, "Should we draft John Smith?" Are they really asking PERMISSION of other viewers? Then, once people respond and say "No, I don't want him" you don't hear from the original writer again. It's like the one who replied is setting the tone and telling someone that he doesn't know what to do and the original writer lets it happen. Please forgive me but this behavior confuses me and I can't seem to understand it and it happens each year. So, look at what he wrote, look at what three other people replied with and tell me if you think the original writer is correct or do you believe that the ones who replied make more sense. Look carefully, like you always do, naturally, at each player. This is being done now, before any news of the CBA and the combine where players always move up or down. People that you NEVER heard of - all of a sudden you fall on their bandwagon, you know what I'm saying. Can you people really blame me for not understanding this behavior. Why so early? I don't get it. Well, thank you for your time and appreciate your thoughts and opinions on this typical mock and reply.
Hire: Chargers TE coach Rob Chudzinski as new OC.
Re-sign: RB Ronnie Brown, OC Richie Incognito, FB Lousaka Polite, OLB Quentin Moses, TE Dedrick Epps, CB Al Harris and ILB Tim Dobbins.
Sign: OG Carl Nicks (NO), WR Brad Smith (NYJ), TE Zach Miller (OAK) and QB Shaun Hill (DET).
Franchise Tag: NT Paul Soliai.
Trades: QB Chad Henne to Arizona for 5th Round Pick.
Cuts: ILB Channing Crowder, TE Anthony Fasano and CB Benny Sapp.
Round 1: Cam Newton, Quarterback, Auburn
Round 3: Leonard Hankerson, Wide Receiver, Miami (Fla.)
Round 4: Ryan Williams, Running Back, Virginia Tech
Round 5: Casey Matthews, Linebacker, Oregon
Round 6: James Brewer, Offensive Tackle, Indiana
Round 7: John Moffitt, Offensive Guard, Wisconsin
Reply #1 -
Why would you cut Fasano and keep Epps?
Al Harris was waived injured and is 36 years old.
After the way Starks and Soliai played NT last season, why do you have Starks starting over Soliai?
There is no way in hell should the Dolphins use the Franchise Tag on Soliai. Paul had a good year but there is no way he deserves to be paid in the $6 to $7 million dollar range.
Reply #2 -
So cut the starting TE and not draft a new one? Doesn't make much sense there.
Also, I don't see Moffitt being available that far down. Most have him as a 3rd/4th round pick.
Reply #3 -
The Original Post has the Dolphins signing the Raiders TE Zach Miller to replace Fasano and resigning Dedrick Epps. I'm not sure if the OP knows we need at least THREE TEs on a football team.