Miami Dolphins 2009 Draft Analysis by Priority


Published: April 17, 2009


... regime. It is a rarity for Parcells/Ireland to draft poorly.

However, most NFL expert analysts have given Miami very poor grades for their recent drafts prior to 2008.

Their 2006 draft, in particular, was almost a total failure, seeing as how number 1 pick Jason Allen, chosen as a safety, is a nickel back at best. He showed what he is capable of at Denver last year, intercepting Jay Cutler's very first pass--but on the other hand screwed up vs. Oakland on a pass interference call.

The 2007 draft of Ted Ginn, Jr., may turn out to be a wise pick yet at number one. Satele, good enough to make starter in his rookie year, is gone to Oakland, but, other than punter Brandon Fields, the rest of this draft was questionable.

The 2005 draft of Ronnie Brown, Channing Crowder, and Matt Roth was a bit more satisfactory, but nothing to go nuts about except for Brown, and the 2004 and 2003 drafts, aside from getting Ricky Williams in trade, Yeremiah Bell and Vernon ...

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