My 2012 Off-Season

Bill Cowher

A SB winner and just a great overall coach. I would normally want an up and coming coach, but after seeing the idiots the Dolphins have hired over the past few years, Saban, Cameron, Sparano, etc., I would now prefer a vet, and who better than Cowher?

Top Free Agent Signings:

Ben Grubbs, OG


Signing Grubbs would make our Offensive Line greater almost instantly. With him on the team our O-Line would look like this, LT Jake Long, LG Ben Grubbs, C Mike Pouncey, RG Richie Incognito, RT Vernon Carey. Pretty good Offensive Line if you ask me, our only hole would probably be at RT, but I think Carey can readjust to his ORIGINAL position.

LaRon Landry, SS

Is there any Safety in the league that reminds you more of Yeremiah Bell? One of the premier Safeties in the NFL, Landry as you can see, is built like a Linebacker and will flat out crush his opponent week in and week out. He will be the perfect replacement for Yeremiah Bell, because as we all know, Bell is getting up there in age. With Landry and the Lester, the Dolphins will have a dynamic duo at the Safety position.

Must Keep Players:

1. Reggie Bush HB

2. Daniel Thomas HB

3. Charles Clay FB/TE

4. Brandon Marshall WR

5. Brian Hartline WR

6. Davone Bess WR

7. Jake Long LT

8. Richie Incognito LG

9. Mike Pouncey C

10. Nate Garner OL

11. Vontae Davis CB

12. Sean Smith CB

13. Jimmy Wilson CB

14. Karlos Dansby ILB

15. Kevin Burnett ILB

16. Cameron Wake OLB

17. Koa Misi OLB

18. Jared Odrick DE

19. Kendall Langford DE

20. Randy Starks DE/DT

21. Paul Soliai DT

22. Dan Carpenter K

23. Brandon Fields P


Round 1: Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor

I believe Barkley will go back to school, and I'm not sold on Jones, plus he may be gone by the time we pick, the way we have been playing the past couple of weeks. RG3 might just be the next Michael Vick, just not as fast and not as powerful an arm, but his accuracy is far superior to Vicks. Athletic, accurate, good arm, and fast, RG3 will be a great fit in the Dolphins offense, plus he will have two great receivers, and the monster TE I'm about to show you to throw to.

Round 2: Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson

This guy is a pure beast, good blocker and an even better receiver. The Dolphins seem to ignore the TE position, but I think that changes this Off-Season. Miami will finally have a potential Super Star at the TE position.

Round 3: Robert Lester, FS, Alabama

Lets face it, Miamis weakest position on Defense has to be FS. Lester always seems to be around the ball and will greatly help out the Dolphins secondary, plus he doesnt have bricks for hands.

Rounds 4-7: Best O-Linemen and Defensive players available.

How happy would you be with this Off-Season?

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Phinsider's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of The Phinsider writers or editors.

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