With all the talk on perhaps venturing to take a QB in next year's draft, it seems prudent as a reminder to state that the Dolphins are without their 3rd and 4th round choices in 2017 by virtue of the trade up with Minnesota to get Leonte Carroo. Ironically, I think the Dolphins were looking at their WR situation with the long-term in mind and probably drafting the replacement for Kenny Stills when his rookie contract is up. However, they did this fortifying a position of relative strength. It doesn't take too much to look ahead at the whole picture to see, even in the 2016 Draft, that in 2017, the Dolphins were likely going to need: Guard (1or 2) TE (1 or probably 2) RB DE (1 or 2) LB (at least 2) CB and maybe S all that without thinking QB That's a lot of holes that aren't magically going to be filled via the expensive route in Free Agency. The Dolphins need good, cheap talent at impact positions. Giving away two semi-premium draft choices to take a WR... ...in retrospect (20/20!!!), that looks pretty awful and, worse, crippling to a franchise that basically needs to rebuild... at least at many spots. It's how bad organizations get worse. How long until we contend? Longer now.