Found March 03, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
The Miami Dolphins, regardless of Lamar Miller, should draft Eddie Lacy of Alabama 12th overall. Now before you light up the comment board and shake your head at this evaluation; take some time to think about what this draft for the Dolphins is going to symbolize years down the line. Five picks in the first three rounds and the Dolphins have a draft class to make those picks into a franchise turnaround roster... Read more
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  • Absolutely! The guy is an animal!! Takes 3-4 Gus to bring him down!
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