We don’t know what the 2021 NFL Draft Committee of the Miami Dolphins will look like this afternoon. But what we do know is that the highest-end consensus in this year’s draft is Kyle Pitts of Florida, and the seemingly highest-end recipient in this year’s draft is LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase (Ja’Marr Chase). ). How are their resumes? Thanks to the Atlanta Falcons and Cincinnati Bengals, this is a viable opportunity, and until the Miami Dolphins rank sixth, neither of these two players will stick to it.
That is bad news.
But the good news for the Dolphins is that the latest report by Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated seems to indicate that the Miami Dolphins may avoid the “doomsday” situation in the 2021
“The first three draft picks are endorsements. In this way, the Falcons have become a team to watch. Due to the complex financial situation of the quarterback (due to all the restructuring of Matt Ryan), The Falcons will have to make a choice, and a team that needs cheaper young talent will have to choose the Falcons. Around the core,” Blair wrote.
“My guess is that the Falcons will stay fourth and get a quarterback because I don’t think they want to rely on this high position, and this happens to be a very strong year for that position.” But I do know. They are open to trading draft picks and have conducted exploratory negotiations with other teams to reach an agreement to get others to fourth. “
The exploratory conversations with other quarterback hunger teams are certainly worth mentioning, although the decision by the Carolina Panthers to trade QB Sam Darnold may affect the urgency of this year’s draft trading market. If this is the case, Miami may be squeezed and follow the “Best Player” principle to watch the Falcons draft TE Kyle Pitts. However, if enough teams are willing to compete for a quarterback and the Falcons get a sweet deal enough to force them to take action and follow the calls they have received, then the Dolphins will definitely see at least one on the board. The total number of TE1 and WR1 on the top ranked sixth.