The Miami Dolphins Randy Starks Move Is High Risk, High Reward

August 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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I was reading an article on Miami Dolphins DE/NT Randy Starks recently, and it got me thinking.

The Dolphins are being very, very risky by going against what most people consider common football knowledge. They are putting in somebody smaller at the Nose Tackle position than most teams would even dream of doing.

A risky move. One that could either spell out huge success and possibly the creation of a new way that teams view Nose Tackles, or could be a huge disaster that, in turn, makes the Dolphins staff look really bad.

Think about it. Miami took one of their most successful defenders last year, Randy Starks, and moved him to a position he had never played before in the NFL. The expression goes: If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

So, why would Miami move a very successful defensive end to the Nose Tackle position where he has never been and is considered too small by normal standards?

Here is an answer for you r...

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