Mike Goodson would indeed have been a nice low-money signing, which is what I proposed. The potential reward was great. As for Mallett, though I'm sure you'd like to pretend otherwise, I never said he was sure to become a good quarterback. I merely said that he's a 1st round talent being knocked for issues that aren't likely to manifest in the NFL (which they haven't, at all) and that Miami is so bereft of talent at that all-important position that if they're not trying to get better at that position they're simply wasting everyone's time. Which they were. When asked what percentages I would assign to Mallett's becoming a good starting quarterback my answer was around 40% (maybe 50%? between 40-50%, I'm having trouble remembering)...which is about what you expect out of a 1st round prospect at that position. Technically speaking, if he doesn't become a good NFL quarterback, I will have been correct in assessing that there's a better chance than not that he doesn't become a franchise guy. But really this isn't about analysis and whether our theories are proven correct or incorrect. This is about how we treat other people on the board. Simple fact, you're disrespectful, rude and insulting to basically anyone who dares disagree with you or have even a modestly negative opinion about the Dolphins. And LBsFinest actually brought up an interesting example where you went on the attack, going personally after someone (myself) over an 8-8 prediction. It's very typical.