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herzlich/suh draft

Discussion in 'NFL Draft Forum' started by mi2cents, Feb 4, 2009.

  1. mi2cents

    mi2cents New Member

    given the toughness of our schedule next year and the possiblity of picking between 12-20 in 2010...and lets say that the FO wants to go all out and target two key cornerstones (in their opinion) of our defense in that 2010 draft....BC linebacker-Mark Herzlich and Neb. DT- Ndamakong Suh...and considering they are both rated 1st round draft choices...is there a Possible and Realistic set of trades or manoeuvres (between this year and next) that could at least put the dolphins in position to attempt landing two main defensive starters. I realize we would need a least one more 1st round pick and then enuff luck to have them on the board when our turns are....so How do we get that other pick and a high enough one to give us a chance. Or don't you see any way or reason for such a move???:headscratch:
  2. texanphinatic

    texanphinatic Senior Member

    Nov 26, 2007
    Detroit Metro Area MI
    IMO you never plan that specifically to draft a player in next years draft before this one is even up. There are just way way to many variables for that.

    Take each draft independantly. If there is nobody you want when you pick, THEN you make the move to trade down or stock for next year. You dont just give up picks now in the hope that a player next year may be there when you need him, assuming ofc they are still that valuable next year.
  3. The Aqua Crush

    The Aqua Crush New Member

    Jun 15, 2008
    Calgary Alberta Canada
    Maybe Jerry Jones will trade us their 2010 first for Wilford, and with a meltdown in Dallas that is possible, we might land in the top 10.


    But i think texanphinatic summarized quite well. Too many variables, if no one you want is there and you can move out of the spot to get picks in the next draft you do it. But you can't bank on being at a certain spot for a player to be in next years draft, too many variables.

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