Should The Dolphins Draft A QB This Year or Next?

The Miami Dolphins are hitting the rebuild button and building the team from the ground up and trying  to find success anyway possible. But the big question this offseason is what the Dolphins want to do in the draft. Well I’m going to dig deep down  into this sticky situation and solve the problem for this Miami Dolphins organization.

So, to start off there are 3 quarterbacks that i would like to see the Dolphins take Kyler Murray, Drew Lock, or Will Grier. If Lock and Murray are off the board at 13 DO NOT pick Grier at 13 get a defensive or offensive lineman which have been the 2 worst and inconsistent parts of this Dolphins team the past few years. Draft to build around your future QB that you will have next season whether it be Tua Tagovailoa or Justin Herbert or any underdog/dark horse QB that becomes a top prospect because guaranteed you put even one of the greats at throwing on the run like Aaron Rodgers and put him behind last year’s offensive line he will not find success.

I personally prefer Drew Lock over Kyler Murray because of size concerns and because of more time spent as a starting QB at the college level. The experience is vital when picking a QB who knows what to do in close games situations and the maturity to lead a team and be a captain.

So if indeed Grier is the only one of those 3 quarterbacks available at 13 then just tank this season, get most likely the number one overall pick and pick exactly the right guy to be the leader of this franchise that has been mediocre and around .500 for far too long.

Alex Mesa, 16

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