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Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Galant, Apr 16, 2019.
Super Bowl here we come!
As it should be! I was hoping that they would just cut Carroo last year and give it to him then.
More of a wide receiver number..more fitting for this type of player, cause that what he is if he’s gonna make it, a wide receiver.
A couple of weeks ago, on their podcast, CK talked about how we didn't exactly use Gesicki to his strengths last year. With all the additions of decent blockers to the TE position this year, it gives me some hope that our coaches plan on using him correctly this year. One thing that really over cooks my pasta is a coaching staff that tries to put a round peg in a square hole. I understand having to plug a guy in somewhere because of injuries, but it shouldn't be the norm.
He changed numbers? Does that mean the coach might actually call it? Was that the problem last year? Coach couldn't remember his number? What was his number? I dont remember
I remember his name getting called a few times last year and he was outbodied by 5'-10" cornerbacks.
I wanna say it was 86 maybe??? IIRC
Ill tell you who else couldn't remember...coach Gase
Its funny how we can perceive these things differently. I probably associate #88 as a pure receiving TE number more than any other. And then #89 as a blocking TE. #86 and #87 too. Then the low 80s as WR numbers.
The fact that most WRs are wearing QB numbers these days still drives me crazy.
Apparently I typed my response inside the qouted paragraph lol
Its ok. And we all have our own different perceptions and preferences.
Cool, while hes at it he needs to change from soft to tough.