ESPN.com analyst/former Browns scout Matt Williamson said Green is a below-average starter and a step down from Andre' Goodman, who joined Denver
Center Jake Grove: At 300 pounds, the former Raider is only a few pounds heavier than Samson Satele. But former Broncos general manager Ted Sundquist said he's an upgrade.
Safety Gibril Wilson ($8 million guaranteed) is ''a modest upgrade over Renaldo Hill,'' Sundquist said. Wilson returns to free safety after one year at strong safety with Oakland....You don't want him in the slot against Wes Welker or over the top on Randy Moss. He can be exposed.''
Bottom line on Miami's free agent foray? ''They're a little better,'' Sundquist said.
Wow. That was something. It's quite a feeling to see so many "experts" take a collective shit on the Dolphins' offseason moves. That's like someone leaving a shoebox filled with newborn kittens at your doorstep. Except that when you open this box it has a rattlesnake in it and all the kittens are dead and then your house explodes. The end. Am I the king of analogies? You bet your sweet ass I am!
These are the same experts that said the Dolphins wouldn't win more than 6 games last season and would finish dead last in the AFC East. They also said the Patriots and Cowboys would be in the Super Bowl. In other words, these experts can go right ahead and help themselves to a big heaping bowl of dick paella.