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Quite honestly, you have a point. Swearinger is to blame and he does have a history. However, it's difficult to say that he could have stopped. He was running full speed and trying to make a tackle. I'll go with Philbin risking his starters when 31 other teams played their 2nd and 3rd team players.

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 @ohiodolfan I'd say Wallace as well.  However, Long is not something that you can take lightly.  You can't just kick him to the curb and then draft him or find him in FA.  His value might be the most important to him, but the Dolphins have to try and meet in the middle.  For any QB to survive, that LT has to be there.  Pass protection was a strength for him.

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 @KingShula It all depends if Sherman has woken up to the idea of using Bush's versatility.  If that's the case I say bring him back, but don't make him a feature back and expect him to run through the tackles with this offensive line.

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 @JasonLoucks  @gofins72 I agree with this idea as well.  And their is a difference with Wallace besides speed.  Age and upside seem to be in Wallace's favor.  

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 @JasonLoucks I agree that Jennings is a fit.  He's a good route runner, he has speed, but he's not the deep threat and wasn't the deep guy in Green Bay.  Plus, I think the system is more MIke Sherman, but the philosophy is more Philbin.  I don't think Jennings would have a difficulty picking up the offense because of Philbin, but it is a big question mark if he will be used appropriately by Sherman.  

1 year, 5 months ago on Greg Jennings smitten, but are the Dolphins?

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