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Old 12-04-2012, 05:32 PM
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Anyone but Amano. Talk about a crap center.
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If Hardwick retires, I would rather bring in a veteran center then start a rookie. That's one of the toughest positions to play as a first year guy. Dan Koppen, Todd McClure, or Ryan Lilja. Jonathan Goodwin and Eugene Amano may be cap casualties to add to that list.

I think a marked improvement on the line will require a veteran or do in general. We need to use the draft and free agency to fix this mess.
I just want Hardwick gone. He's the biggest reason Rivers can't step up in the pocket.
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Amano is average. I thought he was really bad when he took over for Mawae, but he's gotten a little better since then. I would take him as a stop-gap.
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Old 12-04-2012, 08:57 PM
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Ask any Titans fan. He's beyond terrible.
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Old 12-04-2012, 08:58 PM
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I did. Last night. He said "C+ level starter."
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He's going to provide his teammates with mist for the rest of the season?
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not saying Dombrowski is the answer anywhere other than a capable fill in short term. A draft pick that would play RT and also back up at LT? too difficult an assignment for a kid to handle. It isnt that simple. Harris should be on the right side as a back up IMO.
Well, that's what the Dolphins did this year with just this scenario in mind, and with the future at OLT in mind as well when they drafted Martin, an OLT at Stanford and put him in at ORT for his rookie year. Now, with Long going to IR, he's been moved to OLT, and someone else who they haven't quite decided on is going to play ORT for the remaining of the year. It's not at all unusual for a team to make a move like this. Dallas did this last year with their No. 1 draft pick out of USC. He did end up playing ORT all year, but he's now their OLT. Martin, if he plays well, will also give the Dolphins much leverage in their negotiations with Long, who is a FA this year as well.
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Old 12-04-2012, 10:02 PM
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The Oline is atrocious no doubt, but it doesn't excuse the wide open Gates over the middle and Rivers deadlocked on a covered Flloyd. he was not being pressured and that is my problem with Rivers, he locks onto Receivers like a Rookie QB does far too often.
I'm not sure of the play in question here. However, a QB has a progression he reads on every play. If a receiver is in that progression, he normally gets picked up, especially if he's wide open. That being said, I can't tell you how many times I've seen a wide open receiver who obviously was not in the QBs progression and people start screaming about how the QB "missed" him. Of course he missed him, because he wasn't supposed to look for him to begin with.
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Gates got "open" when the ball was out of Rivers hand.
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