Give me your take on this: The Dolphins take two QB's in the 2020 draft. You only want to tank once, and you want to get the QB right, or at least, have the best chance possible of getting the QB right. Two QB's picks gives a better chance of landing on the next franchise QB. It's an extra pick, but after this year, and with the QB's available this year... do you do it? For example, if we pick #1 and #7 - we take Tua and Herbert, or whomever you prefer. Call it a rebuilding strategy where you're trying to build a long term winner. Unorthodox? Maybe. But if it works and you get a great, franchise QB... you can get the other players you need later on as you go, right? What's your take? Yes? No? Depends on the round?