Miami Dolphins: Reviewing Their 2012 NFL Draft

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Miami Dolphins: Reviewing Their 2012 NFL Draft
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The Miami Dolphins needed to upgrade at the quarterback position, but missed out on trading up for Robert Griffin III, or signing Peyton Manning, Matt Flynn or Alex Smith.

That left Texas A&M’s Ryan Tannehill as the Dolphins’ best available option to bring in at quarterback.

Tannehill should have been a second-round draft pick, not the No. 8 overall draft selection. The Dolphins’ 2012 draft will undoubtedly be deemed a success or a failure based upon Tannehill’s performance as an NFL quarterback, but their draft should be evaluated on the whole of their selections.

Read through the following slides for my first evaluation of the Dolphins’ entire 2012 draft.

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