Sunday, November 29, 2009

Dolphins @ Bills

The Dolphins waived DB Evan Oglesby and signed DL Ryan Baker from their practice squad. Oglesby was just signed on Tuesday, but the Dolphins needed to call up a defensive lineman with Lionel Dotson out.  Justin Smiley will play as a reserve - Nate Garner starts at LG, Joe Berger starts at C.

Dolphins Inactives:  RB Kory Sheets, WR Patrick Turner, C Jake Grove, third QB Tyler Thigpen, LB Erik Walden, DE Lionel Dotson, DE Ikaika Alama-Francis, and OT Lydon Murtha.
Bills Inactives:  WR James Hardy, CB Ashton Youboty, third QB Brian Brohm, DE Chris Ellis, OT Demetrius Bell, DT John McCargo, WR Steve Johnson, and CB Terrence McGee





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6 comments:

  1. The Knight who says Ni!November 29, 2009 at 8:49 AM

    It sounds like Soliai will play NT on early downs and short yardage where McDaniel will play NT on passing downs and long distance situations. Then we'll use our hybrid 4 man line some of the time.

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  2. The Knight who says Ni!November 29, 2009 at 9:06 AM

    It will be interesting to see if we have anything at DE in Francis and Baker. Not sure we'll see much of them this year but next season. I wonder if they can push Dotson for his spot. He hasn't been able to beat the current group for playing time. He could get picked off next year. I thought Baker looked good at times in the preseason. Francis is a 2007 2nd round pick so he has some talent.

    We've really deepened our 3-4 defensive depth at DE and OLB. Next is NT and ILB.

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  3. is Tin still recovering from that abysmal fourth quarter? Egads. We were better prepared for the Panthers after 4 days rest than the Bills at 10.

    Personally, I would like to see us win the rest of the games out, just to end the season on a high note, but I don't want to go to the playoffs and get pummeled again. We are just not ready.

    I need you guys to tell me who to look for in the draft :)

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  4. SLush,Theres a bunch a VERY GOOD prospects @ the positions of most need,(early & late)!!!

    To name a couple of MY FAVS that probably won't fall to the 20s or so,NT's(TCody,NSuh),among others..

    MY EARLY FAVORITE WRs Brandon LaFell,or (coll ineligable,DezBryant),among numerous others..
    HOPE DBryant or a TOP 5 falls to us in the 2nd rnd b/c BPs not likely to go WR in the 1st
    considering our 4th qtr D,his personal history,theres a PLETHORA of BP type WRs,
    and theres no GUARANTEED CAN'T MISS WR in the draft that's worth a 1st rnd risk,
    (UNLESS THE TOP GUY over 6-2,210 w'reasonable speed falls to us),but STILL UNLIKELY,IMHO!!

    AGAIN,Theres a ton of TALENTED gyz worthy of a spot somewhere in our draft @ ALL positions of need!!

    Here's an easily manipulated prospect-site to help'ya get started..
    They've really up-graded from last yr,
    and INDUVIDUALIZED EVERY POSSIBLE POSITION,(NT/DT,3-4LB/4-3LB etc)
    to help make it easier...
    (But don't take EVERY THOUGHT to heart),
    their not perfect,(don't know why SUH's not listed as a possible NT),
    it'll come-out via "OUR" redundant discussions
    but hope this easily manged site helps out!!

    http://walterfootball.com/draft2010DT.php

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  5. I suspect we'll target in order (subject to change) NT,WR,LBs,DBs/S,RB,and TE also,
    (pretty much every position) w'the top 3 of higher priority,bottom 3 best available plyr @ said positions...

    Who KNOWS MAYBE PTurner show's the regime something behind closed doors b/4 Apr??
    They'll also be some nice WR/other position FAs out there that could turn my early draft thoughts inside-out!!
    So pay no mind to my thoughts either,LOL!!!  :)

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  6. I would be very shocked if we didn't draft two WRs in 2010, regardless of
    how free agency pans out.

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