Dolphin Player Profile at Mustachio Cuts: Jay Ajayi, RB


Entrare! Welcome to Mustachio Cuts a place to talk Miami Dolphins football and facial hair!

I finally opened up il mio posto!  Now everyone is gonna have grande mustachios.  I’m gonna give a special price to members of my favorite team – the Miami Dolphins!


Tu sei una stella Miami Dolphins…la mia stella!  Now if only I had a few customers.  Especially if one of those customers was one of the Miami Dolphins.  Hey who is that at the door!  Stupefacenta!  Its Jay Ajayi, one of the newest Miami Dolphins!

Si accomodi Mr. Ajayi.  I’m going to make you look so nice for the Dolphins!  Sit.  (Mustachio dusts off the barber chair)

Buona fortuna that you fell to us in the 5th round.  Hard to believe realmente.  The 13th running back taken in the 2015 draft!  And some scouts beleived you were the 3d best running back.


Primero, Gurley is off the board.  Secondo, the Chargers take Melvin Gordon.  So Ajayi goes at the end of the first?  NO!  Puo darsi the 2nd round?  NO!  Not the second round either.  TJ Yeldon and Ameer Abdullah went in the 2nd round.  Il Terzo is a charm right?  Not for you Ajayi.  Eight more runningbacks are off the board before Jay Ajayi is selected.  Why did you drop?  Reportedly the ginocchio  has major cartilage issues. They were calling it “bone on bone”  (Mustachio gasps) the dreaded osso on osso injury…I don’t know what that means…

JayAjayi4…but it landed the Dolphins Jay Ajayi!    Affanculo!  How did the rest of the NFL ignore the your production based on a little osso on osso.  You Mr. Ajayi did everything at Boise State.  You ran the ball, you caught the ball, you blocked.  You were like my whore wife at an orgy – EVERYWHERE!

Magnifico pick!!!  Jay Ajayi in the 5th round.  Affanculo, I need a sip of water.  (Mustachio takes a sip of water)  Now you are a Miami Dolphin. Think about that backfield.  Miller and Ajayi.  That is the backfield of sogni.


 Mr. Ajayi you are going to have an impact from the get go.  I’m gonna make you look so nice, the Dolphins have to give you snaps.


The coaches will say, put the great mustached one in – Jay Ajayi.  And then everyone will say – that’s another TD!  You scored 32 TDs for Boise State in your senior year.  Maybe you get 40 TDs with a few more games in the pros.  Some on the ground.  Some in the air.  Ajayi will not be stopped!

Okay, Okay…enough Mustachio talk.  Let me show you what I did for you.  Tell me…You like???



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408 Responses to Dolphin Player Profile at Mustachio Cuts: Jay Ajayi, RB

  1. finfanrob says:

    getterdone says:
    May 19, 2015 at 4:24 pm

    If she’s your girl, then why is RT17 the only she is giving the honk to?

    lol, it is so cute you think that. besides i only let her stay with him for the money, she knows where the good chains and sofa is.

  2. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    May 19, 2015 at 4:29 pm

    She’s pretty religious right, they both are? Not surprised if she saved herself for him.

    i dont know about him but i do she screams OH GOD OH GOD OH GOD a lot

  3. getterdone says:


    Andrew Abramson ✔ @AbramsonPBP
    Tannehill agent Pat Dye: “Dolphins have to get a little better inside play. We represent Dallas Thomas, too. So Dallas, I’m challenging you”

  4. finfanrob says:

    getterdone says:
    May 19, 2015 at 4:39 pm

    The one that Ken is laying on and tied to? smh

    wow you are one sick gross disturbed individual. what is wrong with you? ken is chained in the basement. i would never let him get that green slime on my sofa.

  5. getterdone says:

    Uh Ohhh….

    Albert Breer ‏@AlbertBreer · 3m3 minutes ago
    Well there’s a bomb RT @NFLPA #NFLPA Files Motion To Hold NFL, Commissioner in Contempt of Court in Peterson Matter:

  6. getterdone says:

    The NFLPA has filed a motion to hold the league and commissioner Roger Goodell in contempt of court in the Adrian Peterson case.
    The union believes the league didn’t follow through on its legal obligations after independent arbitrator David Doty overturned Peterson’s suspension on Feb. 26. “The delay tactics, inconsistencies and arbitrary decision making of the League has continued to hurt the rights of players, the credibility of the League office and the integrity of the CBA,” NFLPA president Eric Winston said in a statement. “In the absence of any action by the NFL’s governing board of owners, the players have acted to hold the NFL accountable to our players, the CBA and to the law.”

  7. Mike E. says:


    I was thinking you can do updates once training camp starts and as players start to get cut, you can call the report “Mustachio’s Cuts”

    • Try Pod says:

      Cuts of prosciutto.

      • Try Pod says:

        Isn’t one of Piggy’s personalities a butcher? Lol
        I can’t keep track of them all…

    • Tim Knight says:

      You know what would be funny, if Piggy had all these characters as actual figures all around his apartment.
      Guest: What’s this?
      Piggy: That’s Mistachio.
      Guest: It’s a razor!
      Piggy: If you say so, it’s more than that.
      Guest: (focused on the mustache on the razor next to Colonpokey – a stuffed hamster) Guest: Uhhh… can we get going?
      Piggy: We were ordering in and hanging here to watch the game.
      Guest: Yeah… let’s go to a bar instead.
      Piggy: Whatever weirdo!

  8. son of a son of a shula says:

    They aren’t personalities, they’re characters and no there isn’t a butcher.

  9. son of a son of a shula says:

    Hickey said on the Finsider’s today what I have always believed in and that its about the vibe of the team, and everyone can see a huge difference. I’m looking forward to this season.

  10. Mike E. says:


    Mustachio’s wife is a deli slicer. Not the person who operates the machine, but the machine itself. That’s probabloy what you were thinking of.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      She was a who-a

      • Mike E. says:

        LOL! That still cracks me up that I actually used to say it like that when I lived in Brooklyn. I didn’t even realize they were the same word, hoo-wuh and whore until I was older.

      • son of a son of a shula says:

        That’s how they say it on the Soprano’s too

  11. Mike E. says:


    How’s the father of the bride doin? Still basking in joy from the wedding?

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      Coming down but it really was a landmark experience for me. They got back on Saturday, back to their lives but married.

  12. steveccnv says:

    Kraft has come to his senses, and ends the madness. Get the fuck out of here, krapp has made a deal with Goo de hell, that he’ll drop his appeal, so cry brady’s will get cut.

    I’ll call it Krappgate.

    • steveccnv says:

      brady’s suspension cut.

      • son of a son of a shula says:

        Yeah man it wreaks. Cheating and the toleration of cheating on behalf of the league office will turn the league into a joke. That $10 mill increase in the cap every year will start to be negatives. I think they really should get Goodell the hell out of there. Even if you call it change for change sake.

      • Jahndoh30 says:

        Brady’s suspension has not been cut, hold your horses lynch mob.

  13. Jahndoh30 says:

    NFLPA’s tactics sicken me, as do the tactics of any sue-happy entity.

    Demaurice Smith negotiated and signed the worst CBA (for players) in history, and has spent every waking moment since trying to do damage control, and all it does is compound the bad blood.

    Too many veterans have lost their jobs because of the CBA Smith negotiated. If anyone deserves to be fired it’s him. Goodell’s job is looking out for the owners’ interests and by all accounts the owners are pleased. Smith’s job was to look out for the players and by all accounts the players are pissed.

  14. steveccnv says:

    Roussey vs Mayweather, if they fought who would you root for?

  15. son of a son of a shula says:

    True Jahn, Smith and the players got played.
    My thing with Goodell is perception.
    I think he’s in some sort of kahoots with Kraft. It doesn’t sit well with me as a NFL consumer, and I feel I may be more in the majority in that thinking than not.

  16. steveccnv says:

    With extension, Ryan Tannehill must show more leadership

    Why now just because he got paid, he’s the QB he needs to show the fire that it takes to lead in the NFL, fuck that Dungy crap. I’ve seen it once in three yrs, on a drive that started near midfield and resulted in a TD, you could just tell they were going to score, by RTs demeanor.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      I think Ryan letting his hair grow out is worth at least 3 wins.

      • Try Pod says:

        I got it, Son, even if no one else did.

      • Jahndoh30 says:

        If it’s a biblical reference, I got it right away. I always thought it was interesting that in the Bible you have Eve tempting Adam to eat the forbidden fruit and Delilah castrating Samson’s power. Not exactly a feminist’s dream portrayal of women those two stories. LOL…

  17. Mike E. says:

    You know what, if the other 31 owners don’t get bothered if they reduce his penalty, I’m not going to worry about it. For some reason I don’t think they do reduce it anyway. I actually don’t see how the Saints, Browns, Falcons don’t throw a major fit if the suspension is reduced though.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      I didn’t think it would get reduced either until this most recent make out session Kraft and Goodell had, now who knows.

  18. Mike E. says:

    That’s great man. How are your in laws, you get along well with them, like them?

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      We don’t hang out much, be we get along great they’re super nice people and did a hell of a job raising their son.

  19. CavalierKong says:

    So there were rumors that Kraft and the league were “negotiating” behind closed doors to get this taken care of with no more mud slinging and a day later Kraft tones down his rhetoric and says he’ll accept the commish’s decision. I’ll be shocked if the Brady suspension doesn’t get cut in half at the very least, which is exactly what some people said would happen from the very beginning (I wasn’t one of them, I thought it would stick.)

    • Mike E. says:

      I think the suspension and draft pick penalties remain intact. We’ll see.

      • CavalierKong says:

        After Kraft dragged the league through the mud it should all stick and more besides but I’m betting the team penalties stick and Brady gets off cheap.

      • Jahndoh30 says:

        I do too. Roger hugging Bob doesn’t offend or surprise me. It’s the owners meetings and they have been friends for a long time. Hell, every 1st round draft pick in the NFL has hugged Roger. Huggy Bear Goodell…

      • Jahndoh30 says:

        Well Cav, given that Kraft said he’s not going to appeal the team penalties…yeah, they’re going to stick.

  20. getterdone says:

    Extra-point attempts have been moved from the two- to 15-yard line, though two-point conversions will continue to take place from the two-yard line.
    That means PATs will now be 33 yards instead of 19. It’s a drastic change, not one everyone was necessarily asking for. There will now be big games decided by missed extra points. The league also implemented another rule change, awarding two points for botched PATs or two-point conversions that are returned for a score by the defense. That rule was already employed by the NCAA.
    Keep F**k’in with the game!!! SMH

    • Mike E. says:

      That doesn’t seem like such a bad thing. Makes the game a bit more interesting. Maybe more 2 point conversion attempts, which is fine with me.

    • Jahndoh30 says:

      competition committee did that, and it’s the first major scoring change they’ve made in a very long time. Not all change is bad. Don’t look now but we got old when we weren’t looking 🙂

      I’m in favor of the change fwiw. If extra points were meant to be a 99% certainty, than they should just make a TD worth 7. Moving it back to make it more like a chipshot field goal will make coaches think twice about tying vs. going for the win in real games and that’s exciting to me.

      I guess I saw this coming too so I’m not sure why stuff coming out of the owners meeting today is such big news. It’s been on the agenda for like a month now.

  21. Try Pod says:

    In the truest sense they are personalities, but I get what you are saying and understand why you would want to differentiate. Cheers.
    Mike E,
    I knew there was some kinda deli connection in there, somewhere.

  22. Try Pod says:

    Pat Dye, the ex Auburn coach is Tannehill’s agent?

  23. Mike E. says:


    What do you figure, 2 games for Brady?

    • CavalierKong says:

      Yeah, pure speculation but I’m betting it’ll get cut in half.

      • Jahndoh30 says:

        I think that’s only justified if new evidence supporting Brady is revealed. We’ll see. You gonna pull for the Warriors in the WC Finals?

      • CavalierKong says:

        Heck yeah, I’ll be pulling for the Warriors but I probably won’t watch a single minute, lol.

  24. CavalierKong says:

    I’m actually ok with the extra point rule change. It might make for some interesting game scenarios. If it’s a disaster they can vote it out down the road.

  25. Tim Knight says:

    So we sign Tannehill to an extension and they have a press conference but doesn’t have the video up, just pictures of it? WTF?!!!

  26. CavalierKong says:

    LOL, Jahn. I guess that particular guess was pretty safe on my part.

  27. son of a son of a shula says:

    Try, I just wanted to differentiate our beloved Pigg from the likes of, well you know who.

  28. son of a son of a shula says:

    Wait I go and score on you but we’re gonna give the defense an advantage?

  29. getterdone says:

    Jahn, yep, we’re all getting old…ugh!
    I guess kicker contracts will go up some as well as their draft positions…lol

    • Jahndoh30 says: all seriousness, Kickers that can make 33 yard field goals are still a dime a dozen. This dozen enhance kicker value at all. If they couldn’t make 33 yarders reliably they aren’t employed anyway.

  30. son of a son of a shula says:

    I think they should have made a TD worth 7 and only play the down if the scoring team wants to go for 2. If they make it they get 8 if they miss they get 6, but if they hold up a 1 after the TD then it stands as 7 without the need for a kick.

  31. getterdone says:

    Might also be a brilliant move by Philly signing Tebow. He’d be great at the 2 pt. conversion role by running, or throwing his jump pass 🙂

    • Jahndoh30 says:

      Yeah a caller on NFL Sirius actually mentioned this last week. I don’t know that it has any more chance of scoring than any number of other calls an OC might make, but at any rate, someone else had this same thought.

  32. son of a son of a shula says:

    Try, I just looked it up, Pat Dye of Tannehill is Pat Dye Jr son of the former Coach and administrator.

  33. stangerx says:

    Absolutely love the new conversion rules. The extra point has always been just that……an extra point. And they not only kept the 2-pointer in play, but offered the chance for the D to score something. Before wasted time just got more interesting.

  34. Tim Knight says:

    GD, Dion Jordan?

  35. son of a son of a shula says:

    They could have waited another almost 2 years to get a deal done with Tannehill, the fact they did it going into this year means its go time. We’ll be a top team as long as we don’t get as stung by injuries as last year.

  36. getterdone says:

    NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport also reported that the Redskins’ proposal to have roster cuts done all at once — moving from 90-man to 53-man rosters prior to the start of the season — was voted down by owners, per a source.

  37. son of a son of a shula says:

    I don’t know why but I have a good feeling about our O-line. I’m just not worried. I think we have enough talent both on the line and around it to be successful.

  38. getterdone says:

    The Finsiders @TheFinsiders
    Philbin cites Damien Williams, Matt Hazel & Walt Aikens as some of the young players who have impressed him this off-season.
    Nice, my boy Damien is coming along nicely and staying out of trouble more importantly. He had 2nd-4th round skill in the 2014 draft.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      He used to say about the Safety McCray (I think) that he just looked like a football player out there and yet the guy was toast on the first round of cuts.

      • getterdone says:

        Hazel could be that guy this year…but my guess is Damien & Walt Aikens make the roster.

  39. getterdone says:

    Omar Kelly ✔ @OmarKelly
    “@spcohn: people think you’re hard in Tannehill but he is just as hard on himself. Doesn’t make excuses. That’s admirable”» it is. Admirable

    Omar Kelly ✔ @OmarKelly
    In 3 years I’ve never heard Ryan Tannehill make one excuse, or throw one player or coach under the bus publicly. That’s commendable.
    Omar softening up a tad? 🙄
    Now he realizes Garrard is never coming back & Freeman is not gonna lead this team….lol

  40. son of a son of a shula says:

    Hey if young guys like Hazel and Matthews really do step up it might make it tough to keep Jennings on the 53. I’m just sayin’.

    • getterdone says:

      They’d have to really step it up. Jennings isn’t done, nor do those cats have the vet leadership he’ll provide!

      • son of a son of a shula says:

        True but Landry, Parker and Stills are locks so the other two spots will be hotly contested and shouldn’t youth beat out age if they are even.

      • son of a son of a shula says:

        All that said, I believe Jennings will be on the team this year.

  41. Tim Knight says:

    This is why I like coach Philbin. He’s a cerebral coach and isn’t an ego maniac. He’s a manager of priorities kind of guy. Think about how many good/great HCs were/are not overly emotional and absurd on the sidelines. They’re teachers. It’s about communication and repetition. He talks about reps for players. That’s where they prove themselves as not just football players, but as pros and dedicated individuals by how they work. You have to pass that test first to even get more reps.

  42. son of a son of a shula says:

    Be sure to tune in to Absolute Perfection tomorrow. The playoffs start and I believe its the Brownies who are the first to get stomped. Is it Mike Phipps at QB?

  43. Tim Knight says:

    Wow Armando, being very different to me than what you write. He’s more realistic here.

  44. son of a son of a shula says:

    It’s funny that all of the video being shown of Tannehill since the signing does not feature Wallace or Clay or Hartline at all. It’s all Landry, Sims, Miller and Matthews.

    • steveccnv says:

      Did you miss Damien? I think he’s going to be unbelievable this yr catching the ball, he was pretty good last yr, just didn’t get enough touches.

  45. Brian in NY says:

    Well, the Knicks are in for at least another 5 years of futility- They olny received the #4 pick in the NBA draft.

  46. Ken says:

    What’s up FUers? Not crazy about the extra point change. I don’t see the reason to muck things up. If they were going to make any change I say put the ball at the one for all attempts. You will see more 2 point tries that way. I don’t think you will see that this way.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      Its more about the NFL being talked about this time of year than really having anything to do with the game and making needed changes.

      • Ken says:

        I think that is a bad reason to start changing the game. The game is the most popular sport in this country it does not need to be tinkered with imo.

  47. Ken says:

    son of a son of a shula says:
    May 19, 2015 at 8:33 pm (Edit)
    True but Landry, Parker and Stills are locks so the other two spots will be hotly contested and shouldn’t youth beat out age if they are even.
    I think Jennings is a lock for the 4th spot. I think the 5th spot is Hazel’s for the taking. I think Rishard Matthews is working his way off the team.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      It’ll be interesting. There are also a handful of big no name receivers in camp. Preston, McDonald, King and Byrd all 6’3 and up with Preston at 6’5. Hazel has his own share of f-ups too. Should be fun.

      • Ken says:

        One of those kids will make the practice squad. I would be surprised if they made the 53 man roster

    • steveccnv says:

      I think we’re all making too much of the Matthews wanted to be traded thing.

  48. Tim Knight says:

    Brian, I’m not an NBA fan but Mike Francesa who I’ve respected his sports knowledge for 25+ years, thinks this is a deep draft and you can get a good player up to 7. There is no perfect player but some good prospects that bring different things to the table. He likes the kid Justice Winslow who many think could be there at #4.

  49. Tim Knight says:

    So the Xpt is a 32 yard FG, better than me walking away and saying if they miss this I don’t want to see it. LOL

    The 2pt conversion is the same except the defense can return it 98 yards for a score. I’m sure that will happen a lot. LOL

  50. Brian in NY says:

    We can only hope that Dolan sells the team one day. He is the worst owner in professional sports.

  51. Tim Knight says:

    Ken and Son, keep an eye on WR LaRon Byrd as our 5th WR. This was a young UM WR the coaches were impressed with last year until he got hurt. He’s 6-4 220 with 4.45 speed.

  52. wyoming85 says:

    I may go classy!

  53. getterdone says:

    I like Michael Preston’s potential…he may be ready to emerge in his 3rd year, which many receivers have been known to do.
    Check out this glowing camp report when he was with the Titans.

  54. Brian in NY says:

    Can you believe that idiot hired the man who ruined the Knicks to run the Liberty? How stupid is this guy?

  55. son of a son of a shula says:

    Jennings, Byrd, Preston, Matthews and Hazel are 5 fighting for 2 not 4 fighting for 1. Jennings as the old guy could be looked at as a progress stopper.

    • Ken says:

      I see Jennings as shoe in. He will be the veteran presence to teach the young pups how to bite. We need at least 1 vet in the squad.

      • son of a son of a shula says:

        I wanna agree but when I break down the competition I see him in a battle. They get to observe him all the way up to the start of the season it might be all the young room needs.

      • Ken says:

        Jennings was very productive last year in Minnesota with a rookie QB. I think he makes the squad hands down. But if he doesn’t it means some one else had to really play lights out so it’s not a bad thing.

    • Ken says:

      I also think at least one of those other UDFAs wind up on the practice squad so it’s not just for the 5th spot.

  56. wyoming85 says:

    This better Son?

    • Tim Knight says:

      There you go, a lot of football player there and STs is a must for a 5th WR. Jennings won’t be on STs and neither will Cameron at TE so you need guys like this who give you game reps in at least two phases. Landry may still do some returns, maybe Stills if that’s something he does well, but for the most part those two along with Jennings and Parker will focus on playing WR. I can’t wait for the mixed formations and different guys running different route trees.

      Wallace ran the 9, the deep out and the bubble screen most of the time. The same route tree we envisioned for Clyde Gates, Wallace was just better at it but the same type of WR. Very fast with crazy legs. LOL

  57. son of a son of a shula says:

    Jennings may have been picked up as insurance for the draft. Since we did get Parker maybe he isn’t quite needed as much. I don’t know, I like Jennings and he’s a good player and a good family man but he has one thing that the NFL doesn’t like and that is – age. I just can’t issue him a spot thus far, there is too much to play out.

    • getterdone says:

      Damn it son, stop trying to get rid of a polished Jennings!!! 👿

    • Ken says:

      I see it the opposite with so much youth on the squad you need a vet. Carrying 1 vet and 4 guys with less than 3 years experience is not a lot of age on the roster. One or 2 of the other UDFAs will wind up on the PS so you can still develop some young talent that way too.

  58. getterdone says:

    After signing a $96M contract Tannehill has a new fan!

  59. getterdone says:

    LOL @ Son’s drunk flaccid pig comment.

  60. Tim Knight says:

    Son, I’ll be shocked if Jennings doesn’t make the team. He still has game and he showed it against us last year, and he’ll be a great influence on the young WRs which Landry, Stills and Parker are.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      I simply wouldn’t be surprised. I don’t have him written in stone yet but that is ONLY because of age.
      However, as I stated earlier we are in a win it now mentality and his vet presence is a nice accompaniment.

  61. Ken says:

    Alright. Another early client meeting tomorrow. I am out. Peace to you all.

  62. wyoming85 says:

    (56-26, 26-15 away) 51


    (67-15, 39-2 home) 38

  63. wyoming85 says:

    Ok I Gotta hit the hay!

    Later haters

  64. Tim Knight says:

    Son, if Jennings doesn’t make the team I’ll buy you every other beer at the Giants @ Miami game if you show up. LOL

    Sorry just getting into good weather mode. Love this guy!

  65. Rhino says:

    Dwight Howard’s new FB photo:

  66. getterdone says:

    Wyoming, I’ll take the one in the bikini 🙂

  67. The Flying Pig says:

    Looks like The Warriors are gonna win this one


    Congrats GiovanniDoh and rinocerante!

  68. getterdone says:

    Miami Herald

    Dolphins WR Rishard Matthews is skipping team workouts and instead training with free agent QB Brady Quinn.
    After Miami’s revamping of its receiving corps, Matthews is left disgruntled and wants to be traded or waived. He’s skipping all team activities and working out on his own. Unfortunately for Matthews, he’s inexpensive ($660,000 salary), which makes it easy for the Dolphins to carry him as their No. 5 receiver. A big slot receiver at 6’/215, Matthews would at best bring back a late-round pick.
    Who’s this kid’s advisor…dumb dumb move. Work out with Tannehill you idiot. Brady Quinn is going NOWHERE!

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