Allen, Culver paying immediate dividends for Dolphins

By Hugo Guzman  |   Wednesday, November 05, 2008  |  Comments( 3 )

Miami Dolphins
Jason Allen was a first-round pick gone wrong who had switched from corner to safety and back again and had fallen so far that he couldn’t even make the starting lineup in an already godawful Miami secondary. Tyrone Culver was a late-round pick who was bounced from Green Bay and then released by the Dolphins before they re-signed him for special...
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11:51 AM
This is what is so promising/frustrating about Allen. He came on strong last year when he finally made it on the field making a couple of huge plays (and a couple of others that were negated by penalties) Then once he finally gets on the field this year, the number of big plays against the Dolphins D has already dropped off, and he got his first Int this year. I hope he can stay on the field and make the plays.
01:41 PM
Culver has looked like a playmaker since he first stepped on the field. Don't be surprised to see him starting next year especially since Renaldo Hill sucks.
02:42 PM
sorry, but I don't buy this one. Culver is mediocre at best...which doesn't say much because he's probably the best they have in the secondary next to Bell. Allen, well, even a blind squirrel will find a nut every once in a while. He is not consistent, doesn't watch the breaks on the receiver, constantly gets burned from the backside, can't cut-off deep routes, always fooled on bump and runs.....the Brandon Marshall 70 yard TD callback was one he got away with. He was completely fooled on that play. I can go on, but the point is that this secondary is weak and quite lucky if they don't get smoked again before the season is out.
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