Mike Reiss's mock draft (today, Boston.com) has the Dolphins drafting the consensus best linebacker in this year's draft, Patrick Willis of Ole Miss, at #9. The draft value chart says we could move up to the #8 pick with our #24 and #28, so in theory, we could trade up and take Willis ahead of our divisional rivals. I know this hasn't been BB/SP's historical modus operandi, but one thing we know about them is that the only thing that is predictable is that they are unpredictable - see this year's free agent signings. Willis would give us very good linebacking corps consisting of A. Thomas, Bruschi, Vrabel, Colvin and Willis. The offense is solid - there is no debating that - and the defensive line and secondary are solid as well if you assume that Samuel either plays under the tag or works out a long term deal with the Pats. With a continuation of last year's strong special teams play, the only area of concern remains the linebacker group even after the addition of Thomas - why not grab another impact player there and go for another Lombardi while Brady is still in his prime?