Hyde: The Dolphins can't pass a possible franchise QB now for a possible franchise QB next year

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Hyde: The Dolphins can't pass a possible franchise QB now for a possible franchise QB next year
Hyde: The Dolphins can't pass a possible franchise QB now for a possible franchise QB next year

Well, here it is again, the annual column about how the Dolphins can't allow a franchise quarterback to slip through their draft grasp. It's the easiest, most obvious column idea ever, like advocating for umbrellas in a rainstorm. Except the Dolphins never follow it. They spent one first-round pick on a quarterback in their two decades without one. And, to hear the chatter again, they'll be smart to pass on one again. The issue this year isn't some undying belief in Ryan Tannehill, as the previous six years, or a coin-flip decision landing regularly wrong, as with Jake Long over Matt Ryan. It's the 2020 draft. It's this tank-a-thon the Dolphins have constructed for this season. It's the possibility

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