Re: Dolphins team to beat......
posted at 3/6/2013 2:10 PM EST
No, you misunderstood or I am a poor writer. I don't think Miami is poised to win. Maybe they'll get there, but they are a few years away from even being competitive in the division. But I'm saying a team that is poised to win or on the right track (has cap space & a good QB -- Indy, Cincy...?) could be an interesting fit for Wallace. I think Wallace is a luxury item in Miami, a splurge. For the Dolphins to acquire Wallace at this point, it's like living a guy living in shanty town but driving a Porsche -- all flash but not much sense.
In response to RidingWithTheKing's comment:
In response to CablesWyndBairn's comment:
Seems like Miami will need to spend an awful lot of money and for what, a WR that will likely make too much money for his capabilities? That Dolphins team has lots of holes to fill. Wallace is a luxury for Miami in my opinion, but he could really help a team with cap space and a chance to win it all.
You think Miam is poised to win it all?
Miami has always been chasing this kind of WR, but it's never worked. Their fans love the gimmicky, flashy kind of WR, so they go after those types.
Ted Ginn, Marshall, now Wallace. They'll overpay on the market and it will hurt them once they're thinking they are in position to challenge NE in the division.
Think about it, they were just forced to deal Vontae Davis and they may not be able to keep Sean Smith.
Reggie Bush is gone which means Daniel Thomas is the lead back there? Not good. I think they're a couple years away from being able to gauge if they have a SB contending team or not.