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View Poll Results: What is the best move by the FO this off season?

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  • Austin Safarian-Jenkins

    1 20.00%
  • Jermaine Kearse

    0 0%
  • Tony Ealy

    3 60.00%
  • David Bass

    0 0%
  • Terrence Brooks

    0 0%
  • Jeremy Kerley

    0 0%
  • Draft

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    1 20.00%
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  1. #1
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    What is the best move by the FO this off season?

    Just what the question asked, Who and why?


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    I am looking at it simply from the player perspective. ASJ is my vote. This team now has a legit TE threat. He is turning beast as we watch.

    As far as trade and player combo? Kearse without a question. We moved Sheldon, got a second round pick and got a very good WR


    Ealy is up there as well. He's been huge.




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    I'm going with Tony Ealy, he has made the weakest part of the team bearable.

    Marcus Maye has been great.


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    Marcus Maye All Day! Go Gators!

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    Unfortunately it might be cutting David Harris and cleaning house

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    Ealy gets my vote.
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    Best is ASJ if he's retained long term. He can be a big part of this team when we can compete again. Maye is a good pick too.

    Worst might be McCown for the simple fact that he was brought here when we are in total rebuild mode and everyone knew he would not be good enough to bring us to the playoffs but also wouldn't be bad enough to land us a top draft pick, and that's exactly what's happening so far with a 3-5 record. We'll still have no QB next year.

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    Perhaps more importantly, did we make yet another major mistake by not taking Watson in the draft. Apparently some within the organization wanted to trade back and select him.

    With some of these close losses this year, maybe we'd be 5-2 and in first place with Watson. When will we get a good QB drafting decision. We pass on the studs and draft the busts.... Constantly

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    Claiborne has been great.

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    Friggin dolphins trade Ajayi a week after the beat us and the Bills get Benjamin 2 days before they play us.
    Damn




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    The tank is back on!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymation:31952995
    The tank is back on!
    Tank has always been on. Only the foolish fans want to win these pointless games and finish 6-10.

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    Ajai is my next door neighbor... he's bummed to leave SoFla but so happy to get away from gase. They hated each other

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    Ajai is my next door neighbor... he's bummed to leave SoFla but so happy to get away from gase. They hated each other
    The eagles are psyched. He changes their offense




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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    Ajai is my next door neighbor... he's bummed to leave SoFla but so happy to get away from gase. They hated each other
    Does your dog piss on his shrubs?


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