Got the idea for this thread from another board. This is actually a good question when you approach it the right way. I'm just thinking along the lines of the games I've watched thus far, where guys like Greg Hardy and Geno Atkins beasted and looked like men amongst boys, at the level of competition they faced. I'm trying to think, who is going to look like THAT. What guys does Miami have that would look like that against the level of competition they're likely to face tonight. I come up with a few guesses. 1. Brandon Marshall - He has the ability to look like a beast against the #1's in the game. He's just pretty effing awesome. 2. Cameron Wake - I think he has the ability to look beastly against the opponents' #1's. It's not as likely as with a Brandon Marshall, but he has a good shot at standing out against Donald Penn who let Charlie Anderson's speed get the better of him a few times last year. 3. Jared Odrick - I don't think he's going to look like that against the starters, but I think the Dolphins are going to keep him in the game a little longer than the veterans to see him going up against the Bucs' #2 and even #3 players. When he starts going up against those backups, I think he COULD look beastly, because he's such a physically superior product...along the lines of a Geno Atkins or Greg Hardy. 4. Ikaika Alama-Francis - Stay with me on this one, I haven't exactly been a fan of his but the fact of the matter is he'll be going up against #3 players on the Bucs, and he's now backed out to a position where he has superior size and strength. He won't get noticed for his all-around game which could be atrocious in some ways, but he could make some flashy plays that send the message board thread-makers in an exclamation point frenzy. This is because normally the guys playing his position have a certain size and a certain strength and a certain athleticism, and he's above the line on all of that...therefore probably a mismatch for #3 players. 5. Paul Soliai - Again we've got a guy that will be going against the #2's and maybe some #3's and I think in this slightly more aggressive scheme you could see him make plays in the backfield or generally playing on the other side of the line of scrimmage a lot, and I think some of the fans are going to notice that and say he stood out. He's gotten better literally every year he's been in the league and this training camp has appeared to be no exception to the rule. Wildcard: Reshad Jones - I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that he makes a big hit or two, maybe even pulls down an interception. He's that kind of player, in the games. That's about it, really. My best guesses.