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adidas sucks 
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# Posted: 19 Dec 2007 02:59


If he was really that good this year then Jake Long has to be the #1 pick in the draft. He was the BETTER lineman in the Big Ten last year, but some how not in the nation.

6'7, 313 pounds, 5 flat 40, what's not to love?

So he will be the first pick, right?

FlaBuck 
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# Posted: 19 Dec 2007 03:48


Nope.....McFadden will first.

Jake I say might go top 3, depending of course the teams need up there.

The screwed up thing is guess who has a top 5 pick this yr???

Freaking New England...................

Downward Spiral152 
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# Posted: 19 Dec 2007 08:50


it all goes with what teams need what possitions... the clowns needed a lineman that is why thomas went high... the patriots need a well........ new towel boy so one might go high this year

adidas sucks 
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# Posted: 19 Dec 2007 13:04


It would be hard to pass up McFadden because he is so much like Adrian Peterson and seems like a can't miss guy but at the same time, the same could be said for Jake. The Dolphins could use a lineman, but they could use everything.

Joeismyname 
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# Posted: 19 Dec 2007 13:39


didn't the dolphins draft a running back in the top 5 about two years ago named Ronnie Brown.

adidas sucks 
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# Posted: 19 Dec 2007 13:40


And a QB whos name is Cleo Lemon needs some blocking.

FlaBuck 
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# Posted: 19 Dec 2007 13:50


My wife is a diehard Dolphin fan.....Miami fans have been screaming for a O-line for like 6 yrs.
It's no wonder they have gone through like a dozen or so QB's since Marino. It all starts up front.

My Brownies went out and not only drafted O-line they got help in free-agency as well. And it makes a difference, let me tell ya.

Jeremy 
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# Posted: 20 Dec 2007 22:54


for what its worth i seen a mock draft on ESPN and they had Long number 2 overall behind Mcfadden.

In Tressel We Trust 
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# Posted: 21 Dec 2007 01:16


Miami will have ur first pick and with the Big Tuna coming in "with thw first pick of the 2008 NFL Draft the Miami Dolphins select...Glen Dorsey, defensive tackle out of LSU." He would fit what Parcells wants to do on defense perfectly. And they havn't given up on Ronnie Borwn yet. He showed some promise this year before going down with a knee injury. I also dont think that Darren McFadden is on the same level as Adrian Peterson in terms of cant miss. Jake Long would be a prettyy good pick too but it doesnt matter if a quarterback has all day to throw the ball, if he cant deliver then ur offense will still be pathetic.

1OSUNUT 
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# Posted: 21 Dec 2007 06:55


Maybe the Tuna will call Romeo and try to get a QB. I would trade Anderson for the #1 pick in the draft and then use it on McFadden or Dorsey. Just a thought. There is no way the Tuna would of passed on Quinn and took Ginn like the current coaches did. Ginn will be a good player but the Dolphins need alot more important players then a WR/KR.

 

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