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Dolphins to Pick CJ Spiller With No. 12 Pick?

TAMPA, FL - DECEMBER 5: Running C. J. Spiller #28 of the Clemson Tigers runs 41-yards for a second-quarter touchdown   against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the 2009 ACC Football Championship Game December 5, 2009 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.  (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
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Colin McGrawContributor IIApril 18, 2010

Right off the bat, this guy is a beast! 


Miami did just get Brandon Marshall which not only gives them that deep threat, but also improves their whole receiving game. The Dolphins also have a great run game with Ronnie Brown who is patient and hits the holes fantastic! They also have Ricky Williams who is still looking fresh. So they do have a good run game and now receiving game.


Why not make one of their offenses one of the best in the NFL? It might be already one of the best with the acquiring of Brandon Marshall, but why not make it stellar! 


The Dolphins have a great offensive line that gives the backs more chances to break them for long runs. This would help Spiller in his first year.


CJ Spiller has Wildcat written all over him. I love the wildcat personally and think he could only add to it! Ronnie Brown, Ricky Williams, Brandon Marshall, Etc, then CJ Spiller? He would be insane just opening more opportunities for the Dolphins to be UNPREDICTABLE and DANGEROUS!


The Dolphins go into the 2010 draft with glaring needs on Defense, but scoring more will only come in handy if the Defense does struggle. 


There are rumors going around that if this were to happen, the Dolphins would lose Ronnie Brown. I don't think so. Ronnie Brown has proven to be amazing. He certainly proved his status in the games vs. the Jets. I don't want Ronnie to leave and I think he has too much to offer to let go.


This article was just kind of slapped together, but I think if you think about it you need to ask yourself one question as a fan. What would you rather see? Scoring touchdowns or preventing them? CJ Spiller would fit Miami's offense style perfectly and could bring a very good chance at a long playoff run in the 2010-11 season. The Dolphins can pick up defense in the later rounds of the draft. Maybe think of acquiring Free Safety Oshiomogho Atogwe to take care of the safety need.


I would love if the Dolphins picked CJ Spiller, but I also think other players could be of more value to us. Also the organization may be thinking of defense anyway. I personally believe the Dolphins should choose Jason Pierre-Paul or CJ Spiller in the first round. Possibly Sergio Kindle.


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