Tag: miami dolphins

To Blunk or not to Blunk

That is the question. This writer spoke to the almost Mr. Irrelevant, although he was beating down my door pre draft for an interview, to see how he felt about he draft slot, team, and being the small dog in a qb room with Ebok and Gabe.

Asked for his season goals, Blunkey listed he wanted to “perfect all the pre snap skills like reading defenses, blocking adjustments, etc.” and to “learn to go through my reads correctly.” While Blunkey seems pretty confident in his ability to learn these things. going through reads correctly is a pretty vital QB skill.


One thing i learned quickly about Blunkey is that he is definitely a very hard worker as he kept mentioning how hard he wants to work to improve, and how he “wanted to thank his family and friends that supported him through this journey.”

Blunkey did mention being shocked at his draft slot. ” I feel like I deserved to go higher than some of the guys, especially after winning a playoff game, but at the end of the day I’m just glad to be drafted.” Hopefully with all the hard work and preparation we are looking at more of a Dan Marino than a Tua Tagovailoa

Asked about playing with Ebok again for a second season he stated that he is “weird sometimes but at the end of the day thats my brother, thats my dog right there. If he hurt, I’m hurt, if he up im up.” This reporter isn’t quite sure what the hell this means, but we are rolling with it.

Speaking to Ebok, he let me know that he doesnt understand what Blunkey is talking about either, that he is “ass, delusional, and may be traded before week 1 is even over. I had nothing but anger in my heart when i drafted him” Shocked at these harsh words for the new guy i asked what made him think of this. Seething red with rage Ebok told me that Blunkey should “stick to writing songs.”


Go and Run away indeed sir.


Miami Dolphins

Owner: eBoK

10th Ranked Team (Picked 4th)

Positional Ranks:

Quarterback 10th

Running Back 10th

Receiving Core 1st

Offensive Line 10th

Front Seven 10th

Back End 3rd

To kick things off, the Miami Dolphins come in as my 10th ranked team. They have some real bright spots on the team, but a lot of deficiencies. One of the things I really liked about this team is the receiving core featuring Jaylen Waddle (97 Speed), Will Fuller (95 Speed), Devante Parker, and tight end Mike Gesicki. The issues I have with the team starts with the offensive line with a cumulative rating of 68 a crossed the board. They also have worst starting quarterback in Tua with only 86 throw power, and the worst running back in the league in Philip Lindsay. Luckily he is 92 speed with 99 carrying, so maybe he isn’t as bad as his 74 overall suggests.

Defensively there’s only one position group that stands out being the secondary featuring superstar cornerback Xavien Howard. He’s the only superstar on the team. Other notable players in the secondary are Byron Jones and the rookie safety Jevon Holland. What I was struggling to find were playmakers along their below average front seven. Another thing to watch for is Jaylen Waddle on kick returns. I wouldn’t be surprised if we see some touchdowns on special teams from him this season.

This team has potential but it is going to need the right pieces. Ebok is going to have his hands full come draft time with perhaps his biggest need being excellent users on defensive line and linebacker to make up for the lack of talent on their front seven. Offensively he’s going to need some users to get sticky at running back and wide receiver….. as well as someone who will be good with Tua….. or Jacoby Brissett? I think this team may have fallen later in the draft and he possibly could have traded back to get a higher pick(s) in the player draft and still have landed them.