In an attempt to get away from the negativity of the last few days, I’m proposing a hypothetical question which I hope will spur some philosophical talk about the future. Let’s say you wake up tomorrow and can add an elite player to the Dolphins at any position. Where would you put him? Let’s propose you’re drafting a guy who’s a guaranteed Hall of Fame caliber talent. Let’s say this guy will play for at least 10 years and be a Pro Bowler in most of them. The only constraint here is that you cannot pick a QB. There are no QBs in this hypothetical draft. You’re absolutely 100% riding with Ryan Tannehill. Maybe that influences your decision? Maybe it doesn’t. I’m just curious what people would do if they could play God for just 1 moment with 1 player. The purpose in asking this question is to gauge people’s feelings about developing a winning franchise. I posted in Galant’s culture thread that I think teams have to get ahold of multiple elite players before they can really start worrying about developing a winning culture. Look around the league today (and back through history) and you’ll notice that nearly every successful team started with at least a few individually great players—guys who would’ve been success stories no matter which team signed them. Maybe you’d go defense and add a Ray Lewis at MLB or an Ed Reed at FS. Maybe you’d go offense and add a Michael Irvin at WR or an Adrian Peterson at RB. Maybe some of you would even go with an offensive lineman.