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     If there is anything an Intergalactic Alien loves more than  researching the destruction of Earth, its big playmaking wide receivers.  That is what DeVante Parker is.  This first rounder may be the best wide receiver in the draft.  At 6’3, 211 pounds he has sort of a lanky build.  This guy is a deep threat but I’m not sure its raw speed alone that gets him so open deep.  I’ve seen some experts suggest he will run a sub 4.40 time in the 40 at the combine others suggest he is far slower.


     He probably has the potential to make some Odell Beckham style catches when he gets into the NFL.  What really jumps out about Parker is his catch radius.  If the ball is near him – its his!  He reminds me of a Yxservian Ship Eater I encountered once off the coast of the ∇Uÿuvian Zone.  Chomp Chomp Chomp – I was lucky to get away.  But you can bet no football will get away from Parker.


     Size, Speed and great hands…sounds like a dream right?  But like most prospects there are question marks about Parker.  Most notably, he isn’t very physical.  Does it matter?  Well not if he is streaking by you it doesn’t.  But even receivers like Randy Moss used hand technique to get by DBs.  Parker has the look of a guy who won’t make contact if he can avoid it.  He has to work on that at the next level.  Its one reason I think Parker may not make an immediate impact in the same way some rookie receivers made an immediate impact this year.


     The positives far outweigh the negatives though.  You would think after losing Teddy Bridgewater as his QB in 2013 he would decline – nope!  Parker kept on producing for Louisville.  He is a really smooth runner and a crisp route runner, although again, there appears to be differing opinions among experts about his route running.  But what I like about Parker is his ability to spot the ball in mid-air and adjust to it


     He had a strong day against Florida State in 2014.  He blew up PJ Williams who is projected to be a first or second round CB and helped the Cardinals give the Seminoles an early scare.

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     Parker is going to catch a lot of TDs in the NFL.  Look at him get up there and get the ball.  I’m not sure there is a better receiver in this draft when it comes to running fade routes.  Think that would help Tannehill?


     I’ve seen Parker compared to Keenan Allen a lot.  But If I am comparing Parker to a weapon, its a Galactic Radius Grenade.  If the ball gets near him – it stays with him.   Check out his highlights!

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  1. finfanrob says:


    he said he was david, so it would be more ‘look everyone rock is shitting himself’

  2. Rockphin says:


    he said he was david, so it would be more ‘look everyone rock is shitting on the floor of Macy’s dressing room’
    There I fixed it for you.

  3. finfanrob says:

    ‘Um, I met him. He DOESN’T REALLY have wings! ‘

    WHAAAAAATTTT!!!!! that fucker has been lying this whole time. damn, what next ken isnt green, mike doesnt lend a hand, timmie doesnt collect pickles????

  4. finfanrob says:

    lol rock, i was trying to keep it classy. lol

  5. Rockphin says:

    Under Williams, Oakland had the NFL’s 15th-best defensive line this past season, according to a grading system by Football Outsiders. Miami was 16th.
    An UPGRADE???

  6. Rockphin says:

    96 Autry, Denico DE 6-5 273 24 R Mississippi State
    75 Harris, Shelby DE 6-2 288 23 R Illinois State
    95 Mayowa, Benson DE 6-3 252 23 2 Idaho
    91 Tuck, Justin DE 6-5 265 31 10 Notre Dame
    98 Wilson, C.J. DE 6-3 300 27 5 East Carolina
    94 Smith, Antonio DL 6-3 290 33 10 Oklahoma State
    78 Ellis, Justin DT 6-2 334 24 R Louisiana Tech
    93 Lumpkin, Ricky DT 6-4 306 26 1 Kentucky
    92 McGee, Stacy DT 6-3 310 25 2 Oklahoma
    90 Sims, Pat DT 6-2 310 29 6 Auburn

    Are these guys better “talent” than what we have? Or was it better coaching??? (only one spot higher than us according to Football outsiders (whoever the fuck they are) but still “better”

  7. Mike E. says:

    Spurned Gators hire Harrrumph! lol

  8. jahndoh says:

    One bad season and it’s GDP’s life’s mission to get rid of Hartline and replace him with a Felon. LOL…classic.

  9. jahndoh says:

    “Second year in Lazer’s system, hopefully with a better O-line and with WR’s who are also in their second year in the system…..I hope we have ‘arrived’”

    Me too my friend.

  10. Mike E. says:

    Rock – 15th is better than 16th, no? 😀

    • jahndoh says:

      and I honestly believe he did that with a much less talented group.

      • Mike E. says:

        Tuck was a great player, I think he had somewhat of a resurgence last year, played better than the previous couple of years with the Jints. The others I’m not too familiar with.

      • jahndoh says:

        I think an aging Justin Tuck being your standout is pretty good evidence that we’re more talented.

  11. Rockphin says:

    Mike & Jahndoe, I hope that is the case. I wonder (do you guys know?) who sets the rotation for the D-line. Is it the D-coordinator or the D Line coach? Sometimes it just takes ‘fresh eyes’ to see a problem. Perhaps Williams can fix some things that lead to our falling off the cliff the last 6 games of 2014?

    • Mike E. says:

      Good question, one I’m not certain of. The D-coordinator sets the formations, but my guess would be the D-line coach rotates the fresh guys in and out.

  12. Rockphin says:

    It is curious why Hartline’s production dropped off so much this year. There were several games where he didn’t even catch a pass. This year was his lowest production since entering the league. He was targeted 63 times and only caught 39 of those passes. (also the second lowest amount of targets for him, 7 more than his rookie year.) Also his worst year on YPC ave. at 12.2

  13. getterdone says:

    Jahn, LOL,
    you keep insinuating that I’m wanting to get rid of Hartline. I love the guy, but we can’t keep paying him that much. I hope it was just an off year and not something indicative of declining abilities, or more likely not a fit in Lazor’s offense.
    I’d welcome Brian back if he restructures a nice reasonable deal.
    Regardless if he stays or not, we need an upgrade @ WR, an upgrade more along the lines of a bigger more physical go to WR….IMHO of course. 🙂

  14. Mike E. says:

    I was reading the article on PFT about the new luxury “living room” boxes they’re putting in Sun Life, and I decided to take a gander at the comments. This one cracked me up.

    marvsleezy says:Feb 5, 2015 3:30 PM

    Sounds like Atlanta was onto something by pumping in fake crowd noise, because in the future, its just gonna be 100 of the super rich and their whiny kids pretending to watch from fake living rooms surrounding the field. The jumbotron will be a stock ticker.

  15. Mike E. says:


    Tanny was looking at the middle of the field more often, where Landry and Clay do their damage. Landry really stole a lot of action from Hartline.

    • dbolt48 says:

      Was a catch 22 Hartline did struggle during the year, but the OL struggles forced us to go to the short passing game which doesn’t suit Hartline as well.

    • Rockphin says:

      That is odd too, but cause Hartline use to be Tannehill’s “blankie” There were games where Hartline was the starter and didn’t even get ONE target. I like the guy and frankly don’t care how much he gets paid as long as the FO can figure out how to afford better players around the rest of the team.

  16. The Flying Pig says:

    I have wings guys
    I just don’t like to show them off when I’m drinking
    Plus everytime I do that some one comlaints there is a feather in their drink

    as far as my “hoggy” weight goes, I will admit that I am over 120 lbs
    but its all squiggly tail weight

    • Rockphin says:

      Don’t take it personally, it’s just semantics, hogs weigh more than 120lbs Pigs less. I wasn’t making fun of you being fat or anything. Also, I stood right behind you at the fest this year and…..NO WINGS!

      Don’t let him pull the pig fuzz over your eyes fellas. HE IS HUMAN!!!!

  17. getterdone says:

    POLL from Phinsider
    Do you think Mike Wallace should be a Miami Dolphin next year?

    86% Yes.
    (1536 votes)
    14% No.
    (253 votes)
    1789 votes total

  18. Rockphin says:

    how does a tater top contract rabies???? They are only one bite, so if it is bitten, it is pretty much over for the tot, thus it cannot contract rabies…?

  19. getterdone says:

    See Wallace score 12 TD’s in 2015, see Landry score 7, see Kevin White score 6. See Tanny smile! 🙂

  20. jahndoh says:


    I’m sure the rotation is based on game plan, which is put together by the DC, with some consulting with the DL coach. Rotation/snap counts is really about “personnel packages” and which package is used is dependent on what the playcall is (DC).

    “Fresh eyes” could easily come into play though. If the new DL coach tells Coyle: “You want this guy to be able to do ______ in the 4th Q, then you’ve got to scheme earlier in the game in such a way that he’s still got the legs/jump/burst to do it in the 4th Q.”

    Obviously a hypothetical, but I can see it playing out similar to that.

  21. Rockphin says:

    getterdone, your avi of Tanny looks like he’s got bozo hair. (Bald on top & long on the sides) I know it is probably something behind him, but every time I look at it I see a blond bozo. (you are welcome to take shots at my avi btw, you will only mess up your own screen. LOL)

  22. jahndoh says:

    “you keep insinuating that I’m wanting to get rid of Hartline.”

    Not really, YOU keep insinuating/campaigning for the reasons to get rid of him. We all know the deal. He makes too much for the production he gave us last season. Now it’s time to relax and see what happens. I have a feeling Brian’s back on a more reasonable salary because HE is a team player that would never give up on his team. I really don’t see the need to constantly recount his bad season. It’s been one bad season, and his TARGETS were way down so it’s easily explainable.

    He’s gotta take a paycut, or play elsewhere (in all liklihood) but he didn’t forget how to play WR this year, he’s still a solid WR in this league, and he’s still a true team player.

    If not, we’ll watch him go to New England and own us like every other under rated dolphin that we’ve released in the last 10 years (exaggeration for effect).

  23. getterdone says: openly wonders if the team can “trust” free agent DT Nick Fairley.
    The No. 13 overall pick of the 2011 draft, Fairley’s four years in Detroit have been marred by weight woes, injuries and off-the-field issues. In between was some decent football, but nothing resembling consistency. Fairley insists his weight problems are behind him after he hired a personal chef, but he obviously hasn’t earned the benefit of the doubt. The Detroit Free Press considers Fairley a “long shot” to return to Detroit.
    I’d really consider him if he interviewed well and the price wasn’t too hefty…he’ll definitely come a lot cheaper than trying to land Suh.

    • D says:

      Yeah but i dont think he is on a comparitive level with Suh either. I think Knighton and probably Williams are both better prospects with less baggage. Both those two have shown that you wuldnt have the same “am i getting my moneys worth” with them. Id keep Fairley in consideration but im a little concerned with him as well.

  24. D says:

    Hartline was third option after Landry who plays so hard he cant be ignored, and Wallace who bitches so often you dread ignoring him….

  25. Rockphin says:

    Jahn, I’m not sure about the rotation being only about “personnel packages” I believe that it is also just subbing players to give others a breather. I mean, what packages do you CHOOSE to put a “back up” in for?

  26. getterdone says:

    Washington DT Danny Shelton played 922 snaps in 2014, which was the second most of any FBS DT, according to Steve Palazzalo.
    Palazzalo corrected the linked tweet from 874 to 922, which is good for 80 percent of the school’s snaps. It surely highlights the motor of Shelton, but he would be a much more effective player with a lower snap count. We have seen this in the past with a player like Kawann Short, who was on the field for roughly 60 percent of the Panthers snaps this year. For those who watch Short and Star Lotulelei, that rotation greatly helps their impact. Not every team can afford to rotate players up front due to depth, but the best defensive fronts tend to.

  27. Rockphin says:

    I agree there are times when you would take a “starter” out for a “backup” in certain packages. Like the “speed package” we used the last couple of years in certain situations.

  28. Rockphin says:

    IT guys say I have to go. (Or at least log off) so no arguments here. NOGTIH ALL!

  29. olddolphan says:

    HERDFAN: Saw your earlier comments on Conference USA recruits. Actually, we were both right at the time we made the comments. Yesterday afternoon listed FAU as having the number #1 football recruiting class in the conference. But on TODAY’s FAU sports blog, FAU is NOW rated #2 in the conference b/c of developments late yesterday, apparently after I had gone to bed. POSSIBLY it had to do with late signings or some kid changing his mind. SO AS OF NOW, MARSHALL has the #1 class and FAU has the #2 class in the conference. THIS is exactly why I don’t put too much on these ratings. We’ll know a lot more about this class in about 3 years than we know now. But it is exciting to know that both of our schools apparently did really well yestarday (and today).
    September 12, week #2 of the college football season, FAU hosts Miami at Schnellenberger Field in Bocar Raton. –Then, in late November, FAU travels to Gainesvile to play the Florida Gators. –I like this approach to scheduling much better than opening the year AT Nebraska and AT Alabama, which FAU did last season.

  30. dbolt48 says:

    Titans cut Oher…wonder if he can play LG or if he’s just done. Gives flex option if he can play OG.

    • Mike E. says:

      Ask Sandra Bullough, she would know

    • getterdone says:

      A great name from the past, he;’s still young, but has been a poor ineffective player most of his career.

    • D says:

      He actually was pretty solid when he came in the league but his play has severly dwindled in past couple of years. He probabyl does need to move to OG spot, and it may be something that will extend his career, but as for meaning he would be a dependable player, someone we could count to solidify the position for us, i would only be interested in him as a depth even at OG and provide versatility to backup OT as well. That would help us provide some vet depth at potentially two OL spots, which is something we really need.

      • stangerx says:

        I’d take a flyer at Oher at OG. Long as we got a solid and compete for him. Like you say, he’d at the least be a great new Garner switch it up type.

  31. getterdone says:

    This is supposed to be Draft BreakDown’s Maxx Williams highlight reel, but looked more to me to be my boy David Cobb’s highlight reel vs. Michigan…lol
    The best Maxx Williams highlight is @ 4:20 ironically. Nice one handed grab.

    • D says:

      Williams is impressive, but im not blown away by him, none of the TE’s this year make you want to move into a position just to draft them. We’d be better off re-signing Clay and developing Sims more, we get Lynch back next year, so im not concerned addressing the TE position in a year with crappy prospects. We could take a late round flyer on Wes Saxton, he may even fall to UDFA status, he has all the athletic skills of true seam threat guy, just very raw and needs developing.

      • D says:

        I should say Funchess i would take and USE him to address the TE position on sets that might call for double TE, maybe get some double post plays with he and Clay, but Funchess could also run as a WR and fill one of those needs too, so not really counting him as a true TE.

  32. finfanrob says:

    As many of you know, Davis has been dating former New York Yankees superstar Derek Jeter for quite some time. Davis, 24, said she didn’t think she had a shot at being on the cover because her photoshoot was done on a farm and not a beach.

    really derek? i mean really? some guys just do have it all

  33. getterdone says:

    D, you have a point….and I think we could get by with what we have, and develop a guy like Rory Anderson the Gamecocks TE. He’s a former receiver turned TE, but likes to block as well. He’ll likely go undrafted or very late.

    • Mike E. says:

      You’re both assuming we’re able to re-sign Clay.

      • D says:

        Already reading they are putitng concerted efforts into it already. They are starting very early getting their ducks in a row. We could get outbid and if we did ifd probably add a guy through FA, like Thomas.

  34. Mike E. says:

    Williams supposedly is an excellent route runner, has good hands, is a willing and competent blocker, and has decent speed. That’s why he’s the best TE prospect in this draft.

  35. D says:

    Mario Edwards

    is the Dolphins selection according to Walter, from Walter football in his most recent draft.

    I could live with this draft but we would have forgone S and ILB in 4 rounds. If ya flipped the Mario Edwards pick for Denzel Perryman, or Cody Prewitt/Jaquiski Tartt it would be a lot more successful for me. As i said just above im not a fan of drafting a TE this year but Walford in the 4th to me would be ok. I still prefer to see something like WR/ILB/S/GorDT in first 4, and really id only care about first three being that way. 4-7 to me could be OG, DT, CB, and OT in any order according to best value. If we trade back and pick up a 2 or 3, we could probably move OG or DT up to that round and add another WR in the 4-7 range.

  36. Mike E. says:


    I think we need a reliable big receiver. I don’t care what form it is, meaning TE or WR, but we need one that’s a red zone threat. We currently don’t have one, so it’s a necessity IMO.

  37. getterdone says:

    Mike, yes my statement above was thinking we resign Clay, if we lose him, then add a few more dollars to what we were going to give him & sign Julius Thomas ASAP!

  38. D says:

    I could give a crap about Williams blocking skills, we need a weapon, not another blocking TE. We also have 2 TE who have good blocking skills. Mike do you, of all people, really want another Lynch? Because your description of Williams is all the things they said about Lynch lol.

    • Mike E. says:

      I don’t think he’s Lynch at all. He’s an accomplished receiver, not a guy like Lynch who has 15 receptions in his senior year. he also had 8 TD’s this season, and 5 last season. He’s a legit red zone threat.

  39. Mike E. says:


    I agree this TE class is weak, but Williams is the best one there, and he’s a good player.

    • getterdone says:

      So a Sophomore has convinced you he’s worth a 1st round pick?
      We have greater needs.

      • Mike E. says:

        I didn’t say we have to take him. I just said we need a big receiver, either a WR or TE, and one that’s a legit redzone threat. We need to score those TD’s we left on the field last year, because we don’t have anyone like that right now.

      • Mike E. says:

        We may need to spend our 1st RD pick on defense, either a DT or LB, or possibly even an OL, a guy who can play T and G, like La’el Collins. I could see that happening. It’s a tough call. This is a deep draft for WR’s, so we might have to wait until later to get that receiver. Too many needs, unfortunately, and all that in a year we’re capstrung.

  40. D says:

    Round 1 Pick 30 (G.B.): Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma (A)
    Round 2 Pick 15: Cody Prewitt, FS, Ole Miss (B+)
    Round 2 Pick 30 (G.B.): Jalen Collins, CB, LSU (A)
    Round 3 Pick 14: Ramik Wilson, ILB, Georgia (B+)
    Round 3 Pick 30 (G.B.): David Cobb, RB, Minnesota (B+)
    Round 4 Pick 15: Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State (A)
    Round 4 Pick 30 (G.B.): Ali Marpet, OG, Hobart & William Smith (C-)
    Round 5 Pick 14: Joey Mbu, DT, Houston (A)
    Round 6 Pick 15: Corey Robinson, OT, South Carolina (A-)
    Round 7 Pick 15: Cody Fajardo, QB, Nevada (F)
    Wound up with too many picks lol, last pick i was like fuck it QB, Bridge was there but im bored picking him all the time so i picked a guy i had never picked before but have heard some good things about.

  41. olddolphan says:

    YOUNG STANGER: Yes, I’d also bring in Oher and kick the tires. But I’d be inclined to use a draft choice to plug our O-Line holes on the theory that you can “coach-up” and improve these young guys whereas we’ve already seen the best Oher has to offer. And, as a 10+ year veteran, Oher’s minimum salary might be more than a 4th or 5th round draftee makes in a year.

    • olddolphan says:

      JESUS, Oher’s ONLY 28 years old.–Thought he was over 30!!! –Maybe he DOES have a few more good years left.

  42. getterdone says:

    Mike, yep we’re on the same page as far as needing & wanting a Big Target receiver, hence my mancrush on DGB, White, Mayle, Waller

    • D says:

      I think most if not all of us are on that same page, hence my man crush on Parker, White, DGB, Funchess…. its going to be an interesting draft, and some positions will be a lot more clear after FA.

      • Mike E. says:

        Funchess scares me a little, because he has the dropsies, he’s not really a WR, and he’s not really a TE. I’d say he’s my least favorite of the group you mentioned.

  43. Mike E. says:

    I think an F is crazy in the 7th RD. If you really love a guy in the 7th you take him so he doesn’t go up for grabs as an UDFA. It seems silly to give an F.

  44. dbolt48 says:

    Mike E. says:
    February 5, 2015 at 6:10 pm
    I don’t think he’s Lynch at all. He’s an accomplished receiver, not a guy like Lynch who has 15 receptions in his senior year. he also had 8 TD’s this season, and 5 last season. He’s a legit red zone threat.

    Damnit Mike😆, Lynch had 30 receptions as a senior. The 15 was actually 15.5yds per reception with 6TDs.

  45. olddolphan says:

    GDP; Thanks for your comments on Game 1 of the Perfect Season. Shula’s reply WAS one of the great comebacks of the entire season!

  46. olddolphan says:

    DOES ANYBODY KNOW if Ocala Howie was invited/Joined this site??

  47. finfanrob says:

    ‘It seems silly to give an F.’

    i agree. i mean i for one dont give an F about the nfl until they fix the kraft love affair.

  48. finfanrob says:


    he was invited but he couldnt do the super double squared secret hand shake while blind folded to log in so they sent him back to the horse farms.

  49. stangerx says:

    OD — have a feeling you are going to have the choice btwn seats on the home side where you are and ones at a better position on the visitor’s side.

    From what I’ve seen looks like btwn the 30s on the home side is turning VIP with less seats. You are on the edge on that, but guessing some in there now are gonna “push out” from there if you will. But hey…..not like not a lot of people from other teams wherever you sit regardless.

  50. son of a son of a shula says:

    I did hear back from Howie, he’s going to be on soon.

  51. son of a son of a shula says:

    He probably will need Herd’s help.

  52. Mike E. says:

    Lynch SUCKS!!!! How many times do I have to tell ya!

  53. stangerx says:

    Ya gotta love Tom Hanks…right up there on my list of who I would most like to be next bar stool over from (and this is seconds long from a Rangers’ game).

  54. herdfan says:

    The thing with signing on to the blog is simple when you get past the idea that you can use the same log in for this blog as you used with the other blog. While it’s true they are both WordPress blogs, this blog is set up with, meaning they host the blog for us. The old blog was a blog which means it was self hosted…someone other than WordPress hosted it. So even though the address of the old blog ended in .com it was a blog. It might not seem a big difference, but it is. The two are totally separate. Think of it this way, if you have an email account with yahoo, you can’t go to gmail and try to log in with the same user id and password unless you’ve already set up your account with gmail first.

    Some of us didn’t have as much trouble signing on to this one because we already had an account with a blog…at one time, the SS used it. So if you happened to have an account back then, sign in was easier in that you didn’t have to create a new account. AND if you had the same screen name and email for both, then you didn’t see much of a difference which is how it worked for me. Also why it took me a bit to figure out why others were having issues. If you didn’t already have an account with, you had to create one. Not a hard thing to do, but confusing if you thought you already had an account and it wouldn’t recognize the user id and password you always used on the old blog.

    When you are creating the account, it says something about creating your own blog. YOU DON’T HAVE TO DO THAT. If I remember correctly, to the right of that, there is a link that says something to the effect, I don’t want to do that, I just want a user id. Click that, set up your account, you get an email verification you have to click and that’s about it except for the first comment being in moderation til it’s approved here. The reason the first comment is moderated is to keep the automated spam comments off the site. The old site had a LOT of them, so it’s a small inconvenience to keep the blog free of spam.

    Sorry this was so long. I hope it explains the sign in thing. If anyone needs help, send me an email at or at I will do my best to help you out. 🙂

  55. son of a son of a shula says:

    I thought that was a D post till I scrolled up, lol

  56. finfanrob says:

    stangerx says:
    February 5, 2015 at 7:30 pm

    Ya gotta love Tom Hanks…

    what? that’s such bs. you want to hang out with that coward. first he makes a half ass attempt at saving Wilson and now when Wilson shows up at the same game as him he is going to act like nothing happened and they are best friends. such a coward.

  57. son of a son of a shula says:

    Stanger I don’t get the video but I do see it as a pic. My desktop doesn’t play vines for some reason.

  58. Mike E. says:

    I was able to see the video on my phone. Nothing on my work PC though.

  59. Randy says:

    Now, could you repost that at the third grade reading level, please?

    I’m so dumb….I just don’t ever sign out…that way I never have to sign back in.

  60. finfanrob says:

    son of a son of a shula says:
    February 5, 2015 at 7:46 pm

    It looked to me liked Wilson hauled ass the first chance he got. That’s the way I saw it.

    well it isnt like he was engage to ray rice and stayed around for a big pay day. i would have too the way he thru poor wilson out of the cave into the storm.

  61. herdfan says:

    I TRIED to explain it so it made sense…..and the way I figured it out, this blog recognized Tim’s email address as The Knight who says Ni and Gigi was gigiflorida. I remembered they used those screen names back on the SS at one time. So a big clue as to what was going on. I always have had the same screen name, so it didn’t register with me at first what the trouble was. Plus, I have been on some wordpress help forums trying to figure it out. Now talk about some techy talk…I was lost with some of it. Way over my head. lol

  62. professor lou says:

    Sorry, but every time I read the name Ali Marpet the first thing that comes to my mind is:

  63. son of a son of a shula says:

    Thanks for the interview link on A. Johnson Dbolt. I love where his head is. He wants to get better and he wants to win. Everything is positive with him. When he went down last year that’s when the rotation got messed up. He was playing good solid minutes keeping Starks fresh then when he laft the line suffered. I have high hopes for him entering his second year.

  64. The Flying Pig says:

    4o days?

  65. The Flying Pig says:

    February 5, 2015 at 5:58 pm (Edit)
    Mario Edwards

    is the Dolphins selection according to Walter, from Walter football in his most recent draft.

    I could live with this draft but we would have forgone S and ILB in 4 rounds. If ya flipped the Mario Edwards pick for Denzel Perryman, or Cody Prewitt/Jaquiski Tartt it would be a lot more successful for me.


    I would love that draft
    But of we had Perryman or a DB instead of Edwards I would like it more
    I agree
    If we go 4 rounds and our only defensive pick is a DE…oops

  66. Randy says:

    Just teasing. I get it….but I still just stay signed in. Lol

  67. Ken says:

    stangerx says:
    February 5, 2015 at 7:30 pm (Edit)
    Ya gotta love Tom Hanks…right up there on my list of who I would most like to be next bar stool over from (and this is seconds long from a Rangers’ game).
    Yes but we all know a certain punter who is on top of that list.

  68. son of a son of a shula says:

    We gon’ be alright

  69. olddolphan says:

    The NFL Network just reported Seattle DB Kim Chancellor PLAYED the Super Bowl with a TORN MCL he got in practice a few days before the big game!! SO-O-O-O that’s FOUR Seahawk DB’s needing surgery right after Super Bowl Ex-Licks (XLIX). –Talk about a beat-up football secondary—-WOW!!! –NOT sure if that’s bravery or stupidity. –Whatever, their gutty effort was wasted by Pete Carroll’s bonehead call, a call Carroll still insists was “the right call!!”

  70. son of a son of a shula says:

    Goodnight OD
    I’m out too
    Goallline & Gumbo was what was on Johnson’s shirt. He’s a Nawlins boy and he works in goal line packages. Also, he’s a singer and will be singing the national anthem on Sunday for the DCC, Dolphins Cycling Challenge. Cool guy.

  71. Silly Tim says:

    Anyone up?

  72. Mike E. says:


    That’s cool. Have a fun vacation?

  73. jetsssuck says:

    did anyone ever notice on tannelhill’s towel he has a small smiley face.

    • herdfan says:

      Yes….I did! I noticed it at work the other day and it was on a big monitor. I have no idea about that. It’s a photo I found online. 🙂

  74. wyoming85 says:

    5. Texas RB Johnathan Gray: Will be senior at Texas in fall

    This gentleman should be really good this year!

  75. son of a son of a shula says:

    Is the smiley on his towel or on the page? I think it might be part of the page.

  76. olddolphan says:

    HEY HERD: DID YOU see my explanation of the recruiting ratings yesterday for Conference USA??

  77. olddolphan says:

    THERE’s a story in today’s TAMPA BAY TIMES which says NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers says he got his calf injury during the Green Bay @ Tampa Bay game when a loose piece of turf he stepped on went flying. HE says the field was below the NFL’s minimum standards, just like it was in 2008 when he also got injured playing in Tampa. No doubt the cheapskate Glazers, owners of the Bucs, aren’t bothered at all by field conditions. Nor were they bothered when MRSA ran through their locker rooms, causing many players to miss several games. To everyone’s shock, the NFL has done ABSOLUTELY NOTHING about this situation, right Roger Goodell? –Don’t be surprised if the NFLPA decides to come down hard on Bucs’ management on this issue.

  78. Mike E. says:

    New Blog Up!

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