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NFL Fins make multiple 1st round trades

RealRussellPumps

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What an absolute HAUL for that pick. That's a franchise changing type of trade if you guys are able to cash in with a few of those picks. Granted, in theory SF should be good so those picks may not be top of the draft but still will be incredible trade ammo.
 

Canesfan1899

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dan marino holy shit GIF
 

ThomasG954

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Dolphins trade back from 3 to 12 overall and get a SF 3rd round pick and their 1st round pick for 2022 and 2023!

B-Flo and Chris Grier>>>
 

TheOriginalCane

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What an absolute HAUL for that pick. That's a franchise changing type of trade if you guys are able to cash in with a few of those picks. Granted, in theory SF should be good so those picks may not be top of the draft but still will be incredible trade ammo.


What in the FVCK? A "haul"?

They are giving up a #3 pick, a pick that in any given year can be converted into a franchise QB...

For a #12 first-round pick...a compensatory pick in the 3rd (sandwiched between the 3rd and 4th rounds)...and two future #1s when San Francisco will likely be a Super Bowl caliber team, which will then probably be late first-rounders?

Jimmy Johnson laughs.

Let's maybe wait to evaluate this trade until we see who is selected with those picks. Or let's wait until closer to the draft when someone gets desperate to move up.

Good lord, we have some Miami pro-team homers who are just rhapsodizing about trades these last few days.
 

fincane

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What in the FVCK? A "haul"?

They are giving up a #3 pick, a pick that in any given year can be converted into a franchise QB...

For a #12 first-round pick...a compensatory pick in the 3rd (sandwiched between the 3rd and 4th rounds)...and two future #1s when San Francisco will likely be a Super Bowl caliber team, which will then probably be late first-rounders?

Jimmy Johnson laughs.

Let's maybe wait to evaluate this trade until we see who is selected with those picks. Or let's wait until closer to the draft when someone gets desperate to move up.

Good lord, we have some Miami pro-team homers who are just rhapsodizing about trades these last few days.
San Fran is gonna be starting a young QB. What guarantees do they have of even being good? Trey Lance or Zach Wilson or Justin Fields have Super Bowl caliber QB written on them?
 

No_Fly_Zone

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What an absolute HAUL for that pick. That's a franchise changing type of trade if you guys are able to cash in with a few of those picks. Granted, in theory SF should be good so those picks may not be top of the draft but still will be incredible trade ammo.

You never know, though.
Before the games were played a lot of people expected Houston would be solid and a even a fringe playoff team in 2020, but they tanked and their first round pick ended up being No. 3 overall this year.
 

BoxingRobes

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San Francisco wants Trey Lance. Good fit and finish for them.

Dolphins really have multiplied some capital during really bad years into some significant picks as they are on the ascent.

This is going to be a good team for a while, IMO.
 
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