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  • Where does Jason Taylor play

    If Miami goes to a 3-4, where will Jason Taylor play. He's to small for end in the 3-4, but is he to old to move to LB?

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    He will play OLB in that scheme.

    Look, Miami isn't getting to the playoffs anytime soon. Taylor isn't in Parcells' long term plans.

    Maybe they can trade him to some team if they are dumb enough to give up a 2nd round pick, 3rd rounder more likely...but I would rather keep Taylor then get a 3rd for him.
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    • #3
      I've seen Taylor drop in coverage before, so I guess the trasition wouldn't be to hard for him. thanks for the imput.

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      • #4
        I would trade him for a second. Not a third though. A team close to the superbowl might pay a second for him to get them over the hump.

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        • #5
          I think Bellichek would drool over him.
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          • #6
            Yeah, no doubt, Belichick will be the first to snag Taylor off the market.
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            • #7
              The Pats can't afford him, they are barely staying above the cap and will be seriously treading water after they resign Randy Moss.

              Miami wouldn't do it for the 63rd overall pick in the draft to an in division team...yeah they did it last year with Welker but I don't think it is a Parcells kind of move. If New England had their other first rounder Miami would make that trade in a heartbeat.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Matt McGuire View Post
                The Pats can't afford him, they are barely staying above the cap and will be seriously treading water after they resign Randy Moss.
                Above the cap?
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                • #9
                  I'm not sure if it's worth it to trade him for a second or New Englands first. Taylor is a great player and a very liked player in Miami. Trading him would not be favorable in the locker room or in the stands. The player Miami would take with the pick they got for him would have to turn out to be a hell of a player (especially when they play division opponent New England if that's where Taylor went) or fans would b*tch to no end.

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                  • #10
                    NE can just draft a DE no need in wasting money on Jason Taylor
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