For the Miami Dolphins I'd pick .... ...

For the Miami Dolphins I'd pick .... quarterback No. 1

There are 3 comments on the Miami Herald story from Jul 23, 2011, titled For the Miami Dolphins I'd pick .... quarterback No. 1. In it, Miami Herald reports that:

Quarterback No. 1 threw 20 touchdown passesand nine interceptions last year, culminating twoseasons in which he threw 41 touchdowns and 21 interceptions whilecollecting 7,455 passing yards.

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Since: Apr 07

ridgefarm Il

#1 Jul 23, 2011
I don't think trading a draft pick for any QB is a good idea. Sign a veteran free agent QB or an undrafted QB, sure. Signing an undrafted QB gives you a year to groom him to compete for a starting job. Pat Devlin and Tolzien come to mind.
Hyman Seltzer

Brooksville, FL

#2 Jul 23, 2011
It all depends on what Hank Goldberg thinks.

Houston, TX

#3 Jul 25, 2011
12 QB's drafted rounds 1-7 and the Dolphins think they can find a leftover rookie wonder why they stink

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