Apr 29th 2007 11:24PM In addition to being stubborn to the point of foolishness and a bonehead decision maker during crucial game situations, I believe he once again dropped the ball on the first pick. First you help out your bitter rival then take a QB ( I guess thiis one will not threaten Mcnabb)who should have been a fourth rounder as your top pick. This team will never progress any further under this man, he has reached his ceiling. He most smoke something funny on draft day because his first picks the last several years leave alot to be desired!!!
Apr 29th 2007 8:43AM I officially resign as a Miami Dolphin fan after 35 years. That was one of the worst draft decisions and time will prove it! Idiots! What a dysfunctional organization, that has to look no further than its own incompetence to see why it is in the bottom of the NFL. Ginn a ninth pick! Get real. For a small inconsistent return man!
Apr 29th 2007 8:31AM The Miami Dolphins were once in the elite club of organizations in the NFL that is certainly the case no longer. Todays draft decision was indicative of a dysfunctional organization. This was just one more horrible decision in a series of many. After 35 years of faithfully supporting this time I find myself totally frustrated. This was one of the worst draft decisions ever. Whether you look at passing over Quinn and selecting Ginn together or separate they were horrible choices. Quinn fell into their laps and they passed while no way was Ginn worthy of the ninth pick. Ginn is a small reciever who is primarily a return man and who had inconsistent numbers in college. Stupid Decision!