I have seen many articles this week discussing the "Tuna's school of thought" in regards to building a football team. Interestingly enough, most agree is centers around getting your QB to build, getting a solid defensive line, and then filling in the holes with role players, draft picks at a discounted price. 1. Where will Bill get his QB from? IMO Beck is not the man. An interesting thought is Derek Anderson via the Browns. He has looked very good at times and has some potential. With Miami's draft position, there isn't many options for a QB. Does Miami really want to wait for a draft pick to develop? Not many options for a starting QB out there. 2. This defense is old and tired. It is the worst in stopping the run in the league. Glenn Dorsey would be a huge help here, but they also must have a productive overall draft for the D. Tuna usually has a good nose for defensive players. One player will not cut it. 3. I can go either way as to who would want to go to Miami as a FA. On the one hand, you are under the Tuna. On the other, it is Miami 1-15 or 2-14. That is ugly no matter who you are. 4. Who will coach this team? IMO CC is gone, a Tuna guy will take his place. Many rumors are out there about RAC, but the Browns would have to give him up. No matter what, I think it is a defensive coach as that is the Tuna method. I am not a Miami or Tuna fan in the slightest, but I think his method works. Dallas is a young scary team built by the Tuna. IMO, Miami will be similar in 3-4 years.