Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by kevinhickey, Feb 28, 2014.
They played a lot better when he came back.
I don't know if the guy can play but I love his music.
Oh ah ah ah ah.
You're right. I'm being unfair. Someone had to shut down the other team's fourth receiver.
Wrong. Bet ya you will eat your words too.
They fired the GM that drafted him. It's not uncommon for new GMs to want to make a splash and get players that they choose. It does not always indicate a problem with the player.
Well, to be fair, he did have the same number of interceptions as Sterling Moore.
I hope I do but I doubt I will
Oh, you must mean Fasano. He's playing for the Chiefs now
Now you're just making things up.
Cowboys had him ranked 3rd on their 2013 board. They definitely will be interested as long as it isn't a first round pick. I have that feeling.
actually it does.
if you are going to make the goofy remark you can sign a guy off the street to be just as good COMMON SENSE dictates the player has NO trade value.
pretty basic logic there.
Depends on what we give up. I'd be interested, for sure.
I don't know if I would give up a second round pick or not. I think a team will give up one for him.
Jordan was fairly terrible last year.
Rookies can often be bad then develop but make no mistake the Dolphins aren't shopping him because they feel he is their best DL.
I have read probably 100 posters misspell Witten and you making fun of the prior sp. error made me want to correct you and the other fans who unbelievably get Jason's name wrong seemingly every week on CZ. shame on them all.
Don't you think they are in fire sale mode? They should be a 3-13 team next year.
If I am not mistaken, I believe Miami would end up eating his rookie signing bonus. In other words, trading him would still result in a lot of dead money.