Originally written on Phin Nation  |  Last updated 11/16/14
One of the positions the Miami Dolphins will attempt to upgrade this offseason is the wide receiver position.  The Dolphins might end up having their choice of either Mike Wallace, Greg Jennings, or Dwayne Bowe.  Any of the three would instantly become the Dolphins best wide receiver and all have Pro Bowl talent.   If all 3 get to free agency without being signed by their own team, the Dolphins would only have to surrender cash for their services. Photo Courtesy of Dolphins.com The big unknown is which of the 3 soon-to-be free agents, the Dolphins like best.  Which of the 3 fits Joe Philbin and Mike Sherman’s offense?  The most common answer to that question would probably be Greg Jennings, considering he played in a very similar offense when he and Philbin were in Green Bay together.   Is Jennings the best choice for the Dolphins?  Let us know what you think in the comments section below. Yesterday, the Finsiders interviewed Jennings at the Super Bowl and he had some nice things to say about the Dolphins Head Coach.  To hear the entire interview, you can click here.  Here are a few things that Jennings shared with Jesse Agler: When asked about Coach Philbin: “I love Joe, I had a great relationship with him, um he’s one of my favorite coaches, obviously, he jokes a lot, little subtle things here and there. He’s a great coach to have. He was a great coach to play for.” When asked about his impending Free Agency: “I feel great, physically I feel great….I feel great about it, being a free agent, having the opportunity to be sought after…ya know, Joe, how you doing, remember me?” (cont’d on page 2, click here)
1 Comment:
  • Mike Wallace is usually an all or nothing receiver. Dwayne Bowe is inconsistent. Of the 3 Jennings offers the most; great speed, great hands (most of the time), great route runner, he'll go over the middle, and a great YAC + he knows the system. I also see him as a much more mature individual than the other 2 which would benefit the learning process / mentoring with Tannehill. Throw in the intangibles (Super Bowl experience, coming back from injuries, working with a young Aaron Rogers, etc.) and it's a no-brainer.
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