@Walter well you reamed the dolphins for trading out of the top ten to get Alonso and Maxwell (which I personally don't think was that bad of a move, but whatever) but then they were still able to get the best player in the draft despite trading down.
Summary: Blaine Gabbert decided to strike while the iron was hot, declaring for the 2011 NFL Draft on the heels of Andrew Luck returning to Stanford. His choice could pay off because instead of potentially competing with Luck and USC's Matt Barkley next year, he joins a weak, generally inexperienced (like himself) draft class this year. If that leads to him being selected in the top 10, he will have made the right decision. His junior season was less successful than his sophomore campaign, and ended with an ugly pick six that cost Missouri the Insight Bowl against Iowa.
Player Comparison: Kerry Collins. Both players possess the size you would draw up for an NFL quarterback and the arm strength to get the ball down the field. Collins does not take too many sacks, and the same could be true for Gabbert if he pairs his mobility with a little pocket awareness.