By:  Randy Campbell (OLD DOLFAN)

GAME 6: OCT. 22, 1972 – BUFFALO at MIAMI

The Buffalo Bills were a charter member of the American Football League.  In 1959 AFL founder Lamar Hunt reached out to insurance mogul and automobile heir Ralph Wilson, Jr., to see if he was interested in owning a franchise in the new league.  Wilson, a very wealthy man, was a minority owner of the Detroit Lions.  But he wanted his own team.  Hunt gave Wilson a choice of at least 3 cities: Miami; Buffalo; Cincinnati; and, perhaps, 2 other cities.  Wilson was turned down in his effort to place a team in Miami.  He then approached civic leaders in Buffalo.  At the time, Buffalo was a city of over 500,000 people, making it one of the 25 largest cities in the U.S.  Along with Buffalo, Wilson received strong support from the nearby cities of Niagara Falls and Rochester.  So a deal was signed and the Buffalo Bills were ready to play in ancient War Memorial Stadium (built to honor veterans of World War ONE!).

53 years later, 95 year old Ralph Wilson STILL owns the Buffalo Bills.  Unfortunately, the population in western New York state is only about half of what it was in 1960.  In a league known for wild, high-scoring offenses, the Bills were a defensive standout in the early years of the AFL.  Their 1964 team allowed just 913 yards rushing for an entire season (a record that still stands). And that ’64 Bills defense registered 50 sacks KCphoto4Carlton1964Away700w-300x235in a 14-game season, an all-time pro football record that has never been broken!  In both 1964 and 1965 the Bills won the AFL Championship Game.  The ’65 title stands as Buffalo’s last championship in ANY MAJOR PROFESSIONAL SPORT!  Those Bills teams featured 250 pound fullback Cookie Gilchrist, quarterbacks Jack Kemp and Daryle LaMonica, and wideouts Ernie Warlick and Elbert (“Wheels”) Dubenion, a world class sprinter and the fastest man to ever play in the AFL.  After a horrid 1968 season, the Bills selected Heisman Trophy winner O. J. Simpson as the #1 pick in the 1969 draft.  He would become the face of the franchise for nearly a decade.  The arrival of Simpson brought little improvement to Buffalo’s won-lost record.  In 1970, the Bills were 3-10-1.  In 1971 they were 1-13.  The Bills also lost all four games to Miami during those two seasons.  In fact, Buffalo would go “0 for the ’70’s” against Miami, losing all 20 games to the Dolphins in that decade!  NOT ONCE did O. J. Simpson ever play on a Buffalo team that defeated the ‘Fins!!  Lou Saban, who had coached Buffalo to their two AFL titles in ’64 and ’65, returned for a second tour of duty in 1972.  In week #2 of the season, Buffalo upset San Francisco 27-20.  Then, in week #4, the Bills destroyed New England 38-14.  Saban was making a difference.

Miami took the opening kickoff and drove deep into Buffalo territory.  From the five, Morrall handed off to Mercury Morriss who sped into the end zone.  The first quarter ended with Miami leading 7-0.  The Bills turned things around in the second quarter.  John Leypoldt booted a 35-yard field goal to narrow the gap to 7-3.  An Earl Morrall pass to Morris bounced off Morris’ hands right to Buffalo’s Ken Lee who returned it 16 yards for a touchdown and a 10-7 Buffalo advantage.   Just before halftime, Morrall threw an incomplete swing pass to Morris.  It was clearly a forward pass.  But the side judge ruled it a lateral and gave the ball to Buffalo.  Leypoldt’s 34-yard field goal gave the Bills a 13-7 lead at the half.

Coach Don Shula gave his players a blistering halftime lecture.  They came out of the locker room with an extra dose of motivation.

O.J. Simpson Tackled by Dolphin's Defense

Two days earlier, defensive tackle Manny Fernandez was in a hospital suffering from pneumonia.  On the second play of the second half, Fernandez slipped a block and took a direct hand-off from a stunned Bills quarterback Dennis Shaw at the Buffalo 10 yard line!  “What I liked,” said Larry Csonka, “was the way Manny didn’t even say ‘thank you’ when he took the ball!”  Csonka, for his part, did say “Thank you” to Fernandez after scoring on a 10-yard run on the very next play.  Miami now had a very shaky 14-13 lead.  Later in the third quarter, Garo Yepremian lined-up what would be the longest field goal of his career.  His 54-yard effort WAS GOOD with room to spare!  17-13, Miami after three quarters.  A John Leypoldt 45-yard field goal narrowed the gap to 17-16.  Everyone was on the edge of their seats!  Leypoldt’s kick-off flew completely out of the end zone.  Miami’s ball at their own 20.


A calm Earl Morrall took the field.  Mixing running and passing plays Morrall moved the ‘Fins to the Buffalo 15 yard line.  From there, Mercury Morris bolted into the end zone giving Miami a 24-16 lead.  A few minutes later, Buffalo scored on a Mike Taliaferro to Jim Braxton 6-yard pass play.  Mysteriously, coach Lou Saban kicked the extra point rather than going for two points and a tie score.  “We thought we had plenty of time to kick the winning field goal,” said Saban.  He was proven wrong.  Morrall’s offense ate up almost all of the remaining time.  The “No Name Defense” did the rest.  Miami had barely escaped with a 24-23 win in a bizarre game that featured penalties, blown officials calls, muffed passes returned for touchdowns and a highly questionable decision by the losing head coach.  80,010 Dolphin fans left the Orange Bowl relieved and happy.

Next up: Earl Morrall would return to Baltimore to face the team that released him earlier in the year.  Legendary quarterback John Unitas and over 64,000 roaring fans at Memorial Stadium would be waiting for the Dolphins.

ABSOLUTE PERFECTION was still alive.  The 1972 Miami Dolphins were now 6-0.

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  1. getterdone says:

    Gigi, don’t be compared to Omar….LOL

    Omar Kelly ✔ @OmarKelly
    But basically, Suh runs the Miami Dolphins franchise right now. Carry on.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Oy! I have no idea what’s in this guy’s head.

    • naplesfan2010 says:

      Omar is just pissed cuz he thought he ran the franchise ever since Mr Burnet left.

    • jahndoh says:

      LMAO @ that. What a fuckin’ joke. I can’t believe how petty he can be. He was straight up wrong just a few days ago about Suh, and it’s one more reason for him to hate on the Fins org. Don’t know what Mando’s deal is, but it seems like he’s been jilted by someone high up at the fins himself. Newspaper was the original bully pulpit, I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.

    • New Age says:

      O is so jealous. He doesn’t even run his own house(neither do I but im not bitter). He’s a bandwagon fan anyways. Guy has a serious hard-on for the Colts now that they are good and trending up. Bet we don’t hear the inflated Flacco garbage as much this year though.

    • stangerx says:

      Does O also need Suh to get at least a 85 QB rating next year?

  2. naplesfan2010 says:

    So if we had beaten GB and Detroit last year we would’ve made the playoffs. Anybody think Aaron and Stafford make those winning drives with Suh in their faces?

  3. Try Pod says:

    I want to be excited about the floyd v manny fight, but I feel it’s mayweather’s to lose. If this fight had taken place 3 it more years earlier, I believe Pacquiao wins. I think floyd felt he couldn’t beat Manny earlier in his career, but Manny does not seem to be the same fighter anymore. It’s a shame- I really wanted this to be a good fight, but I don’t think it will be. I’m still rooting for the fellow from the Philippines.

    • New Age says:

      I hate Mayweather as a fighter. Guy is chicken shit through and through. Smart as can be but unwilling to fight the top talent while they can still compete.

  4. jahndoh says:

    BTW, I predict Buffalo’s offer carries a large cap hit in year 2 of the contract. Fins couldn’t wait on Suh, but Buffalo was smart to wait on that contract before crafting their offer sheet to Clay. Kudos to their FO. I respect that org more than any other in our division (which isn’t a big stretch..but…still…lol).

  5. getterdone says:

    Jahn, Omar is all jacked about the Colts cause the former Canes Gore & Johnson went there to finish the 1 maybe 2 yrs left of their careers…lol
    Now we’ll hear all season how great Luck is compared to Tanny…SMH!

  6. New Age says:


    Omar started to comment about Luck late in the year. He mentioned how Luck carried that franchise(true) and how Tannehill couldn’t(most can’t). Someone clued him in on how football works I guess and now he wants to ride the popular ride. Flacco lost another bandwagoner this year. The Canes connection just lets him try and change the narrative a bit. ” I was a fan because they supported my boys!” Like any Cane gives a shit about Omar(future or present).

  7. finfanrob says:

    wow, i cannot believe jahn is preaching at us telling everyone how they should be a fan.

  8. Tim Knight says:

    The bottom line is Suh is a big time player. Yes he’s a Jekyll and Hyde type guy on and off the field, but he’s a beast of a player. You can worry about the cap, but I wouldn’t with a player of his magnitude because he is currently the best player on the team.

    When teams look to build their franchise it’s QB, DT, LT, pass rushers and top level corners. All you have to do is watch how FA and specifically drafts go down.

  9. jahndoh says:

    “Does O also need Suh to get at least a 85 QB rating next year?”


    For New Age. Yes, it has to match exactly..at least that’s my understanding. it’s why the poison pill clauses worked in the past. Otherwise teams would just write those troublesome parts out of the contract.

    • New Age says:

      K, I was wondering how close to the old poison pills the transition tag operated.

      • jahndoh says:

        The poison pills were the reason that until the new CBA came out teams stopped using the Transition tag. The new CBA includes language that prevents them.

  10. naplesfan2010 says:

    Sapp is bigger than Suh.
    Sapp is 6’2 300 and Suh is 6’4 300.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Suh would throw Sapp through a building. Sapp’s game was quickness, Suh has that and elite power. No comparison. It’s not all about stats. It’s about how you have to prepare and play to contain Suh. He throws OL around like rag dolls at times.

  11. finfanrob says:

    jahndoh says:
    March 11, 2015 at 7:46 pm

    LMAO @ that. What a fuckin’ joke.

    i so agree my cali beer making god. but i think the LMAO and fuckin joke is anyone who follows him or reads and repeats the shit the troll spews. he does it for the attention and people give it too him. that always works out well for attention whores.

  12. finfanrob says:

    jahndoh says:
    March 11, 2015 at 7:58 pm

    LOL…there it is.

    thought you would like that. lol

  13. Tim Knight says:

    OD, it’s obvious you have your beefs with Ross, but a lot of you fans don’t see what this org is trying to build – taking the team to a new level of sports science which is what Mr. T’s main project is. I really hope you get to enjoy it sooner than later. You’re a long time fan who’s seen this team since it’s infancy. You deserve another experience being on top.

  14. getterdone says:

    I saw someone ask Omar about Tanny this season, and Omar now has it at 95.5 QBR or higher with some other shit about wins, kills, 30 TD’s, who knows…lol
    Someone please pop him off of Garrard’s tits ! smh

  15. Tim Knight says:

    My order is suspect? It’s not exact every year but those 5 positions always lead the way when they’re available. The draft proves it, I didn’t make it up. Suh was the #2 pick in 2010. LOL

  16. Mike E. says:


    With ya on Stephone Anthony. I think realistically, he may end up being our best choice at ILB. Not sure if we get a shot at Kendricks, McKinney or Perryman in the 2nd RD, so Anthony looks like a logical choice. I think he’ll turn out to be a solid player too.

  17. getterdone says:

    Naples, but Suh seems to have a better base & stronger push than Sapp.

  18. getterdone says:

    FFR, stop calling me a whore. I resemble that remark! 😈

  19. wyoming85 says:

    Your Picks:
    Round 1 Pick 14: Cameron Erving, OT/OG, Florida State (B+)
    Round 2 Pick 15: Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State (A)
    Round 3 Pick 14: Gerod Holliman, FS, Louisville (B)
    Round 4 Pick 15: Stephone Anthony, ILB, Clemson (B)
    Round 5 Pick 14: Kevin White, CB, TCU (A)
    Round 6 Pick 15: Karlos Williams, RB, Florida State (A)
    Round 7 Pick 15: Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland (B+)

    Sorry Tim
    I took Williams instead of Varga!
    But there’s always nest time! 😉

  20. Mike E. says:


    D-Bolt mentioned that Holliman had a poor pro day. Did you hear anything about that? I was really disappointed to hear that.

  21. finfanrob says:

    naplesfan2010 says:
    March 11, 2015 at 8:13 pm

    Sapp is in the Hall of Fame.

    yep he is, but betcha that wont get him a hooker anymore.

  22. Mike E. says:


    How is 6’2″ 300 bigger than 6’4″ 300? New math?

  23. Try Pod says:

    Truth is, it’s the off-season. We go through this every year; the ups, the downs, the second guessing, the third guessing, the complaining, the worrying, the fretting, the sensitivity to what some writer/host/talking head says.. I expect it and actually find it quite funny much of the time. And I certainly can laugh at my own idiocy.

  24. naplesfan2010 says:

    I still want to draft Brandon Bridge in the 6th to stash on the PS and then replace Moore next year when we need to pay Suh and Tannehill.

  25. The Flying Pig says:

    Omar Kelly retweeted
    Aaron Wilson ‏@RavensInsider 10m10 minutes ago View translation
    Ndamukong Suh $114M deal, $59.955M gtd, $25.5M signing bonus, base salaries $985K, $23.485M, $9.985M, $16.985M, $18.985M, $8.36M

    I’m gonna go ahead and speculate that Tanny gets big chunks of his salary in 2017 and 2020

  26. Tim Knight says:

    Naples, Sapp was a great player. But he is nothing like Suh physically. Suh will also get the yellow jacket some day.

  27. finfanrob says:

    Try Pod says:
    March 11, 2015 at 8:16 pm

    ‘the sensitivity to what some writer/host/talking head says..’

    and that is why i strictly get all my dolphin info from you fuckers.

  28. wyoming85 says:

    Mike E
    I’ve been swamped at work and haven’t seen a single pro day report

    Holliman is not my favorite but he’s pretty good!

    The ones who’s film I didn’t like was Durell Eskridge*, S, Syracuse ?

  29. Tim Knight says:

    Suh and the word skinny in the same sentence might be the new picture for the definition of oxymoron. LOL

  30. naplesfan2010 says:

    I scrolled up and can’t find the first half of my post on Sapp and Suh.
    The comparison of the two is a natural one to make.
    But in the post that vanished, I said that Suh is leaner and has less bodyfat (at least to the naked eye). So I looked it up and it’s true.
    Both have been known to slap an OG or Center (cough cough Pouncey) off balance and blow right by.

  31. Mike E. says:


    I think Suh is definitely leaner than Sapp. Sapp was a fat ass, he had more lower body mass than Suh does, but not sure of it’s even worth discussing. Pretty sure Suh will be HOF DT just like Sapp one day.

  32. wyoming85 says:

    And in breaking news for FFR
    The hulk and a giant Gorilla are being attacked by an alien, and a toaster oven!
    Seems the dispute started over the seating arrangement for season ticket holders?
    More info @ 6:00

  33. Mike E. says:

    Thanks Wyo – I saw one tweet that D-Bolt posted from Tpony Pauline, who is either from PFF or PFT or one of those 3 letter fuckface organizations. lol

    It said Holliman ran a 4.63 40, and didn’t look good doing his drills. I’d love to hear another perspective.

  34. finfanrob says:

    wyoming85 says:
    March 11, 2015 at 8:32 pm

    And in breaking news for FFR
    The hulk and a giant Gorilla are being attacked by an alien, and a toaster oven!
    Seems the dispute started over the seating arrangement for season ticket holders?

    dude that is fucking rude. just cause he is older then anyone here that isnt a reason to call OD an alien. but that is damn funny calling stanger a toaster oven.

  35. Mike E. says:


    I’d bet that Suh has a bigger suitcase filled with cash than Sapp.

  36. naplesfan2010 says:

    So Mitchell wears #90. Will Suh buy it off him?

    • Mike E. says:

      I forgot which DT had #90 before Mitchell, he gave it to Mitchell when Mitchell got here. I think it was AJ Francis. He tweeted something like “I should have held onto #90, look what it’s going to be worth now!”.

  37. The Flying Pig says:

    Is Gator Hoskins on some one else’s roster these days?

  38. Tim Knight says:

    I want more impact players than focusing on perceived holes. I don’t think we’re void of talent at any position, just not deep enough in some areas. Not unlike a lot of teams. It’s not like we have nobody to play at any position, it’s about trying to get better and Suh is now our best player. I’d say it was Wake before but Suh is even more dominant at what he does. It’s a good thing.

    • naplesfan2010 says:

      I would package a bunch of picks to go up and get Amari Cooper. He was so dominant in most games that it was a joke. Why not?

      • Tim Knight says:

        I’m all for that sort of thing. I really think this team wants to make a run and not just be like we’re trying, it takes time, patience etc. like those hippie types. LOL

        Seriously, I would not be shocked if we were aggressive in the draft.

    • BoulderPhinfan says:

      I agree, suh is the best player on the team but tanny is the most important player for 2015 and playoffs hope

  39. Tim Knight says:

    Maybe getting too caught up in late round picks and UDFAs is part of our mediocre fan base. LOL

  40. Mike E. says:

    Ah, thanks D-Bolt – I thought it was Francis.

  41. naplesfan2010 says:

    I don’t like to complain but can you guys get Brian Hartline’s package off your background? He’s not even on our team anymore.

  42. Mike E. says:


    I don’t have any problem with a trade up. If there’s a guy we’ve identified and think he’s the guy that will make our offense or defense go, then get him. We need quality in this draft, not quantity.

  43. getterdone says:
  44. steveccnv says:

    And I thought OD really had the scoop, seems like he’s just making shit up 😛

    Mysteriously, coach Lou Saban kicked the extra point rather than going for two points and a tie score. “We thought we had plenty of time to kick the winning field goal,” said Saban. He was proven wrong.

    I know he posted yesterday that he said there weren’t any 2 pt conversions back then, but still…

    • olddolphan says:

      NAW, just faulty memory, Steve. Some day you’ll hit my age and find out what it’s all about. That said, any accuracy improvements on this series by you and others are greatly appreciated.

      • steveccnv says:

        Since the game was in Miami I was there, but as young as I was I don’t even remember it.

  45. son of a son of a shula says:

    Leonard Williams is a great D line prospect but he’s not Suh good. We just got an amazing talent ,the whole thing still seems unreal.

  46. son of a son of a shula says:

    I love the Suh background

  47. Ken says:

    What’s up FUers? Just a night time drive by for me. You know what is really pissing me off? Colt fans. Listening to them on NFL Radio sounding like they won the SB with a bunch of geriatric signings they made. One guy said he is going to book his hotel room now for the SB.

  48. Ken says:

    Jamar Taylor better win the starting job at CB this year. I will be most displeased if he did not. Hulk might even get angry about that.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      As long as he is healthy I think he wins the job, he started playing well before the shoulder injury. And thank goodness it was a shoulder and not a knee he should be fine.

      • Ken says:

        He needs to stay healthy too. I look at the McCain signing as depth only. I don’t think he is here to be a starter.

  49. Ken says:

    Nice background change.

  50. Rockphin says:

    The “official” dolphins page is hilarious. They never report anything, they only “repost” other “news agencies” articles with the title “Report: xyz”

  51. son of a son of a shula says:

    Willie McGinnest knows what we did.

  52. son of a son of a shula says:

    Ken I think McCain is the new Jimmy Wilson, and Wilson is gone.

    • Ken says:

      Something like that. I don’t think he can play S like Wilson did but he is clearly a nickel or dime type of CB.

      • son of a son of a shula says:

        Well I meant our nickel player, Thomas and Jones (the other one) will take the slack at Safety.

  53. steveccnv says:

    So Donkey Kong Suh finally signs, it’s going to be a fun season, watching him sack Brady and stuff their RBs.

  54. herdfan says:

    I’ve changed the background again. I thought the pic from twitter that was posted above looked cool. Which one do you guys like for now?

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      Its fine as long as “Mr I’ll play in patsie land for discount” is off.

    • Ken says:

      I like the one with him putting on the cap. I was more of a full frontal guy. I am bad man. LOL. Nice job with backgrounds Herd.

      • herdfan says:

        ok, I’ll change it back, just was trying out to see how it looked. I agree the one with Hartline needed to be replaced.

  55. The Flying Pig says:

    Me likey the new background

  56. son of a son of a shula says:

    Studies show that high dollar free agents who do their press conference in a suit with squares go on to be great.

  57. Ken says:

    I would like to see Suh lining vs. Incognito this year.:

    “Hey Richie, the girls at Tootsies say hi”

  58. Ken says:

    Nice work on the background. I like the cap photo. Well done.

  59. Tim Knight says:

    So Suh who is an intelligent young man who did research on where he may go in the future, viewed our org as an elite, progressive place to go, but we’re a cluster-fuck? I know money is the only real value, lol. Something to think about though. 😉

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      He’s the shit, We’re totally different now than anything we’ve been for a long long time. This is HUGE.

    • Ken says:

      That all sounds nice but he went here because we are giving him $60 million in guaranteed money. Lets not kid ourselves.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I think we devalue other priorities in cases like this. Do you just go to Miami for $4-6M more instead of staying in DET or going to OAK? Quality of life plays a role in it, team fit, talent around him. He’s impressed with Tannehill. Do we always have to ignore that type of stuff and make it a negative?

  60. son of a son of a shula says:

    Rejoice Dolphin fan its alright to be excited!

  61. Mike E. says:


  62. Ken says:

    If the Colts were smart instead of all these geriatric FAs they signed they should have gone after Suh and then tell the Pats lets see you run up on the middle on us now. I don’t get the Colts FA moves and everyone is raving about them.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      They expressed interest in Suh

      They are one of the teams rumored to have been told he was already going to Miami in the 72 hour window

      • Ken says:

        I knew they were interested. I don’t know if they made any than more than an expression of interest though. It seems like they had money to spend so not sure if they made an offer or not in that 72 hour window.

  63. The Flying Pig says:

    Backview Herd

  64. son of a son of a shula says:

    Today is my mother’s b-day, She’s French she said,

  65. Mike E. says:

    I really like the pic of Suh standing in the hallway by the championship wall, with the trophies. I think it has a certain feel of destiny to me.

    • herdfan says:

      LOL…that gives us another tie.

      • Mike E. says:

        When I saw that picture, it just gave me the feeling that we’re going to once again be a championship team. Think like a championship team, play like one. I think we need to have that mindset. No more 8-8, no more mediocrity. Suh STOMPS mediocrity!

  66. Mike E. says:

    Happy Birthday Son’s mom!

  67. Try Pod says:

    What do you think of John 5? He’s seems pretty innovative.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I don’t know of him, but I’ll look more into him. I see he’s a guitarist.

      Did you ever listen to Bill Bruford ‘One of a Kind’?

      • Try Pod says:

        I will- I promise! As a matter of fact, I’m gonna go on Google play right now and see if I can download it!

        frickin ball-breaker…

  68. Tim Knight says:

    The Colts are real good because Luck is real good. He takes chances and goes for it. Maybe Tannehill is more reserved but Montana was different than Marino and he won a lot more. It’s a team game. It’s funny to me how that gets forgotten. Luck is more like Marino as a gunslinger and Tannehill is more like Montana with a much better arm and even more athletic. But does he have that level of competitiveness to win that Joe Cool had?

    That’s what we need to find out.

  69. The Flying Pig says:

    You full frontal perverts!!!

  70. Ken says:

    Tim Knight says:
    March 11, 2015 at 10:27 pm (Edit)
    I think we devalue other priorities in cases like this. Do you just go to Miami for $4-6M more instead of staying in DET or going to OAK? Quality of life plays a role in it, team fit, talent around him. He’s impressed with Tannehill. Do we always have to ignore that type of stuff and make it a negative?
    I don’t view what I said as a negative. He is maximizing his pay day there is nothing wrong or negative about that. I know people want to make it a grander statement about our organization. I don’t see it as that. He didn’t go to Oakland because reportedly they couldn’t escrow $ 60 million right now. They have the cap space but apparently not the cash. And they also have a very promising young QB so it wasn’t Suh’s love of Tannehill that brought him to Miami. In terms of Detroit, that was a personal issue. He felt insulted about the way the handled the contract negotiations in the past. The money was similar but he was clearly trying to stick it to the Lions.

  71. The Flying Pig says:


    It’s all speculation
    But there was a time when the colts were considered serious about Suh

    It’s possible that they didn’t get them, so they spent elsewhere on aging players

  72. Ken says:

    Herd, now you have to cast the tie breaking vote.

  73. Tim Knight says:

    Ken, please call Suh and ask him why he signed with us? 😉

    Oh right, only money. LOL

    • Ken says:

      Don’t need to. Look, aside from the cap issues but I like the fact that he signed with us. But I just can’t say that his signing is any kind of an endorsement of our organization. It’s an endorsement on Suh’s checking account is what it is. I don’t read anything grander into it than that or any other FA signing on any team.

  74. Mike E. says:

    Suhweet dreams everyone. I need to get some sleep. Rejoice Dolphins fans, we just got a lot better! Really!

  75. Mike E. says:

    Good choice Herd – I think it brings strong feelings of good things in our team’s future. I really do.

  76. Tim Knight says:

    Try, here. Just YouTube it!

  77. Ken says:

    I have a busy day tomorrow. I must turn in. Peace to you all.

  78. Try Pod says:

    K Tim,
    Just bought it. I’ll listen to it tomorrow. I am really looking forward to it, but if it sucks, you owe me $10.06 lol

  79. Tim Knight says:

    Try, it’s 1979, Bruford trying to find himself as a musician. LOL

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