Miami Dolphins 2012 Draft: What Would a Perfect Draft Look Like?

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Miami Dolphins 2012 Draft: What Would a Perfect Draft Look Like?
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Pretend Jeff Ireland is a flawless general manager.

I know, that may be a stretch, but for the sake of argument I will play that part. With the NFL Draft looming, I have drawn up a draft board and sprinkled on team needs. 

In my world, there is a dream draft for the Dolphins, where Miami gets every player they want and need at the right time.

Of course, this comes with a few caveats: I rely on providence and my own knowledge of the prospects and team needs. We are also dealing with the parameters of realism—I would love Miami to have 12 first round picks, but I would also like $30 million to appear in my attic overnight.

I have already executed a dream draft as the "general manager" for the Dolphins in the Bleacher Report Community Draft. Unfortunately, as dreamy as that draft was, it skirted the bounds of realism.

You will undoubtedly think I am wrong, but I am Bizarro Jeff Ireland—I should be used to that sort of criticism by now.

What does the perfect Dolphins draft look like? Follow me and find out.

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