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5 hours ago Swim into the Phink Tank, pt. 2
What would you do in this scenario? Rest assured, an unforeseen set of circumstances will violently shift the group-think tides of the 2019 NFL Draft — we just don’t know how much yet. This is an exercise, much like a mock draft, that puts us in “what if?” mode. Here’s the 1st thought experiment we did in the Phink Tank: PART ONE. The following players are off the board (in no particular order), and the Miami Dolphins found no feasible trade-up scenarios: Kyler Murray Dwayne Haskins Drew Lock Ed Oliver Quinnen Williams Josh Allen Nick Bosa Devin White Jawaan Taylor Jonah Williams Brian Burns Christian Wilkins You have two options: Choose the best player on your board Trade down, out of the 1st round, to the 49th pick with the Cleveland Browns — who have been rumored to be open to getting back into the 1st after trading their 2019 1st rounder for Odell Beckham, Jr. In return, the Dolphins get the 2019 5th round pick, 2020 Browns 1st round pick and the Dolphins send their 2020 3rd round pick to the Browns. The Browns intend to get ahead of the Atlanta Falcons to get the highest rated CB on their board in 2019, throwing caution to the wind. Sutton’s Take The 2020 draft ticket would look like this for the Dolphins if this hypothetical trade catalyzed: 1st (Mia), 1st (Cle), 2nd (Mia), 3rd (compensatory), 4th (Mia), 4th (Ryan Tannehill trade), 5th (Mia), 5th (compensatory), 6th (Mia), 6th (Robert Quinn trade), 7th, 7th (Jordan Lucas trade). However, in 2019, the Miami Dolphins would not make a pick until #48 (and #49 from the Browns). I would take the trade. Essentially, there’s a swap of 1st rounders and the Dolphins get a 2nd and 5th while the Browns get a 3rd. Yes, the Dolphins would miss out on good talent in this class — lots of trench players will go before #48. Yet, an opportunity to get a Browns 1st rounder is too tempting to pass up, and the 2019 defensive line class is deep. Say what you will about what the Browns look like on paper, we know what happens to off-season champions. It takes a minute for players to figure each other out. In a division with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens, it’ll be a competitive AFC North. At worst, I think the Browns 1st rounder is somewhere in the 20’s; at best, it’s in the top 10 (perhaps an injury is the straw that breaks the camel’s back). The possibility of two top-10 picks is too tantalizing to pass up, and considering the lack of top-end talent in this class, if you play the law of averages then we should expect the pendulum to swing. Maybe, just maybe, the Dolphins will have the luxurious picks in a draft that has plenty of filet mignons (or really good falafel, if you’re a vegan). The trade would help facilitate a worse 2019, which lands the Dolphins closer to that top 5/10 pick that’s reportedly been coveted. Conclusion Would you accept the trade and hopefully take advantage of an NFL franchise desperate to put its inferiority in the rearview mirror, or would you resist the urge and choose the best player available at #13? Let me know your thoughts down in the Comments Section!
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7 hours ago The Splash Zone 4/18/19: Dolphins 2019 Schedule
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. The Dolphins schedule has been finalized and we now know when and where they will face their 2019 opponents. The Dolphins will open the season at home against the Baltimore Ravens, led by second year quarterback Lamar Jackson. The team has a rough end of the year schedule and will face the Patriots at New England as their final game. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Miami Dolphins 2019 schedule release: Live updates | Miami HeraldThe NFL releases its 2019 schedule at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Details will emerge throughout the day, and we will have the updates as they come in regarding the dates for the Miami Dolphins games this season. Chris Grier I Said It: Chris Grier Pre-Draft Press ConferenceGeneral Manager Chris Grier conducted the annual pre-draft press conference Wednesday. Here were some comments that stood out, along with some perspective: Dolphins Quarterbacks Ryan Fitzpatrick: Best football still ahead of me in Year 15 | Miami HeraldNew coach, new quarterback, new hope for the Dolphins? Ryan Fitzpatrick doesn’t lack for confidence in what looks to be a challenging season. Dolphins Offensive Line Dolphins hoping Kilgore/Pouncey swap pays dividends | Miami HeraldMiami Dolphins notes on the team’s move at center, with Daniel Kilgore getting a second season to prove he’s as good as Mike Pouncey, and some notes heading into next week’s 2019 NFL Draft. Dolphins Offseason Miami Dolphins roster remains in flux one week before draft | Miami HeraldThe Miami Dolphins have undergone significant changes this offseason, and the players who took part in the first day of a voluntary minicamp are survivors of those changes. But even those players must be on notice their place on the team is at risk. AC In The AM: Workouts Begin & There's Plenty To LearnOn a cloudless late Tuesday morning in the middle of April, first-year Head Coach Brian Flores was back in his element, teaching technique and fundamentals and getting an early look at many of the players who will help comprise the 2019 Miami Dolphins. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 4/17/19: Reshad Jones Not At Voluntary Minicamp - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing - The PhinsiderWeekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing. Happy 2019 NFL Schedule Release Day! - The PhinsiderHow will the schedule fall for Brian Flores and the Miami Dolphins? 2019 NFL Schedule release: International games announced - The PhinsiderThe 2019 NFL schedule is set to be released tonight at 8pm ET. This morning, the league released the slate of international games to be played this year - and, thankfully, the Miami Dolphins are...
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14 hours ago Marlins Get Shut Out, 6-0; Suffer Sweep Against Chicago
The Marlins couldn’t overcome a rough third inning, suffering their third sweep of the season. MIAMI—It was the type of night many people expected from the Marlins this year. Inconsistent pitching, coupled with an ineffective offense and sub-par defense, resulted in a 6-0 loss against the Chicago Cubs. The loss gave the Marlins their third series sweep of this young season, and dropped them to a league-worst 4-15. Much like his last start, Sandy Alcantara was done in by one bad inning. After recording two outs in the 3rd, Sandy proceeded to allow five straight hits and four runs. Although he lost his command in the inning, some runs could be attributed to the defense. A Daniel Descalso double could possibly have been caught on the warning track in left field, but Austin Dean misjudged the ball and took a few steps forward, and couldn’t make up the ground in time, causing two runs to score. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Alcantara’s final line was abysmal (6 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, 7 K, 1 BB), but outside of the third inning, he allowed only one run on three hits. He retired the last nine batters he faced. Meanwhile, the Marlins got nothing done against Cubs starter Cole Hamels (7 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 8 K). Through the first six innings, the Marlins had one baserunner, which got erased by a double play. At one point, Hamels recorded 15 straight outs. The Fish finally got an opportunity to claw back in the seventh, but couldn’t capitalize. With bases loaded and one out, Starlin Castro struck out, and Miguel Rojas lined out to right field. This is already the fifth time the Marlins have been shut out this season. They’ve also scored three runs in four games. Although the offense has been the focal point among the fan base, Don Mattingly said there isn’t a specific group of players to pin the recent losses on. “We’re losing as a team. We’re not gonna get separated by offense, or defense, or pitching, or hitting. We’re losing all different ways,” Mattingly said. Manager Don Mattingly breaks down the loss to the Chicago Cubs Wednesday night, saying that the @Marlins are losing as a team and need to make some changes as they prepare for their next series against the Nationals, beginning Friday. #MLB #JuntosMiami pic.twitter.com/i0s1RpoBzW— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) April 18, 2019 The team had a short meeting after the game to discuss the disappointing performance. Miguel Rojas said this is the lowest point for the team all season, and that the off day on Thursday is much needed for an attitude change among the team. “You gotta make a decision: you’re gonna either stay down, and be miserable for the rest of the year, or you’re gonna bounce back,” Rojas said. The Fish stay home this weekend to face the Washington Nationals. Caleb Smith will start for Miami on Friday. He’s coming off a one-hit shut out over six innings against the Phillies last week. Cubs vs. Marlins box score (MLB.com) Fish Picks answer key Cubs Under Under No Cubs
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14 hours ago Wade says he’d have six rings if he had better knees. Is he right?
We play the “what-if” game. A fan wrote on Twitter earlier this week that Dwyane Wade would have retired with five championships (instead of the three he won in 2006, 2012 and 2013) if he had better knees. Wade responded to the tweet, adding that he’d have six. 6 rings https://t.co/GBIaxEz42Y— DWade (@DwyaneWade) April 14, 2019 Is he right? The simplest argument in favor of Wade’s case is that LeBron James wouldn’t have left the Miami Heat if Wade’s performance hadn’t cratered the way it had during the 2014 NBA Finals. The 2006 Finals MVP scored just 15.2 points per game on 44 percent shooting in the 2014 Finals. He didn’t have his explosiveness; look at this Tiago Splitter block on Wade at the rim. Would James have re-signed with the Heat in 2014 if Wade looked closer to his prime? Only James knows for sure. Despite all the messaging around his triumphant return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, James chose the best basketball decision. (Whether he did the same thing last year when he signed a four-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers is another story.) Veteran members of the supporting cast, like Ray Allen and Shane Battier, didn’t play another NBA minute after those 2014 Finals. And the Cavaliers’ futility in the wake of James brought them Kyrie Irving. Of course, injuries are a part of any team’s championship window “what-if” stories. What if Kevin Garnett hadn’t been out for the entire 2009 playoffs, and the Boston Celtics could’ve defended their 2008 title at full strength? What if Kendrick Perkins hadn’t been out for Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals, during a time when centers actually mattered? Forget his knees, maybe Wade would have four rings today if he didn’t suffer a strained rib muscle in the 2005 Eastern Conference Finals. Aside from injuries, we can also play the “what-if” game about personnel moves. Pat Riley drafted Patrick Beverley in the second round of the 2010 NBA Draft, but the Heat waived him before the start of the season. What if the Heat kept Beverley on the team instead of someone like Zydrunas Ilgauskas or Eddie House? What if the Heat didn’t bank on continued contention in the Big Three era on someone like Greg Oden or Michael Beasley panning out?
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