I must apologize to everyone here for not having my mock draft ready this morning. I am currently in the middle of an investigative report that has all but taken over my life the last eight days. No, I am not involved in any Pelican Brief-type business here, but I am definitely up to my eyeballs in vaguely-written documents and mind-numbingly-stupid e-mails. Let's put it this way: I'd rather watch a marathon session of Gilmore Girls episodes than deal with this kind of work right now.
Anyway, I have a series of Matt Flynn-related articles slated to run here over the next few days, but I first want to get an idea of just how many people here are actually in favor of bringing the Green Bay back-up quarterback to Miami. Yes, the back-up acquisition model has absolutely blown up in Miami's face in the past, but current reports are suggesting that the Packers won't franchise Flynn, and that means the Dolphins will only have to give up money (albeit lots of it) to acquire his services. No high picks. No trades. No real fuss.
But is Flynn really the guy Dolphins fans want in Miami? I'll withhold my opinion on this topic for now, but I want to see what you guys have to see on the matter. I'll take a few points from your comments and mention them in my Flynn post tomorrow.
Should the Dolphins sign Matt Flynn this offseason?
Absolutely (595 votes)
Heck no (85 votes)
Depends on how much he costs (597 votes)
1277 total votes