Mustachio Cuts, Player Profile: Jamil Douglas.


Entrare!  Welcome to Mustachio’s Cuts.  A negozio to talk mustaches and Dolphins.


Guess What Mustachio has for today!  The Dolphins newest offensive lineman!  No, not Evan Mathis.  Not ancora anyway.  Mustachio is ah-talking about quarto round pick – Jamil Douglas!

Mustachio is so excited to guardare Douglas on our offensive line.  Maybe Douglas can push to start at left guard as a rookie!  What a great pick he would be if he starts as a rookie!


Ah!  Here he is.  Jamil your hair is perfetto and Mustachio does not disturb perfetto.  Instead, Mustachio is ah-gonna take you to a place where all Miami Dolphins Offensive Lineman like to go to rilassare!




What’s the problema?  You no know that Richie Incognito was Mustachio’s favorite Dolphin?  



Its Tootsies Time Now!!!

Mustachio must tell you.  Mustachio preoccupazione very much when the Dolphins no selezionare any lineman in the first two rounds.  Then there was no terzo round pick and Mustachio preoccupazione become la rabbia! 

But then in the quarto round the Dolphins get you!  Emozionante!!!


What a perfect fit.  An agile lineman who played most of his career at guard at Arizona State.  You only moved to tackle as a senior after playing guard your first 3 years at ASU.  Scouts had you projected as a zone blocking scheme fit!



E a team leader too!  At Arizona State, you were voted team capo by your teammates!  Congratulazioni Douglas!!!  E you were a physical freak too.  You can power clean 385, bench press 430 e squat 565!  Affanculo that is strong!  Parlante of squats, I hope you are enjoying the show!

You were even on a 2014 preseason ranking as one of the biggest physical freaks in all of College Football!

Check it out:


Che Cazzo Devante Parker is on that list.  And we have another physical freak in Jordan Phillips!  Sorprendente Dolphins!!!

Looks like we have drafted a lot of great athletes no?


Corre voce che that the strength of your game is run blocking.  Scouts dire that you pull well and are athletic enough to block downfield consistently.

Wait!  No dire anymore!  Its time for a new dancer on the floor!!!  Mustachio silenzio now!


“And now for the dancer you’ve been waiting for…the slutiest dancer in all of Tootsies.  You know her as the one that will do anything for a tip.  The one, the only, the complete whore…put your hands together for Mrs. Mustachio!!!”



That’s my wife!!!  Mrs. Mustachio shames me!

Close your eyes!!!



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244 Responses to Mustachio Cuts, Player Profile: Jamil Douglas.

  1. getterdone says:

    Tannehill ran 56 times for a 5.6 YPC average….but you’re saying he has trouble moving inside a rapidly collapsing pocket? 😯

  2. wyoming85 says:

    Wow from one of the spectrum to the other?

    To Each his/her own I reckon!

    Was that so hard to say? 😉

  3. wyoming85 says:

    Jordan Cameron ‏@jordancameron · 4h4 hours ago
    First time in aqua

  4. wyoming85 says:

    Professor Lou ‏@professor_lou · 6m6 minutes ago
    Eagles offensive lineman Tra Thomas says it was more difficult to have the chemistry on left side with Mathis playing G.

  5. wyoming85 says:

    Later Haters!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Randy says:

    I am hoping for nothing but great success for tannehill this season! I hope they are able to put together a competent OL in front of him to help him achieve that success. Nothing would make me happier. They seem to have done everything they could to assure his success. This damn division needs to be ours again. It’s time to go fucking take it.

  7. Rockphin says:

    I think mini camp starts today? all three days open to the media? that will be cool. We can get some opinionated updates……

  8. olddolphan says:

    Well the Tampa Bay Lightning’s run to glory came up just short when they lost game 6 to the Blackhawks last night. But, along the way, the Bolts won 14 NHL Playoff games! –They are a very young team with an owner WHO HAS PROVEN HE CAN SELECT THE RIGHT PEOPLE FOR THE JOBS OF GM AND HEAD COACH. – – GM Steve Yzerman and Head Coach Jon Cooper are both respected as being among the very best in their profession.
    The difference between Tampa Bay owner Jeff Vinik and Dolphins’ owner Steve Ross is simple: Vinik’s GM & Head Coach HAVE PROVEN they can win in the playoffs. Ross’s GMs (Ireland & Hickey) and Ross’s Head Coach (Philbin) have failed to even get to the Playoffs, let alone WIN in the Playoffs. Picking THE RIGHT PEOPLE to run a franchise is an EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TRAIT. This year, Vinik positively was able to “Show Me” and show Tampa Bay. Dolphin fans are STILL WAITING for Steve Ross to do the same. Maybe THIS is the year Ross does it.

  9. olddolphan says:

    PS: Vinik bought the Bolts in July of 2010. The Tampa Bay franchise had just completed ANOTHER dreadful season near the bottom of the NHL. Attendance was poor. Local interest was minimal. The team sucked from top to bottom. In just 4 seasons, Vinik energized this franchise, turning around a last place team to one that nearly won the Stanley Cup. It CAN BE DONE, if you have THE RIGHT OWNER.

  10. Mike E. says:

    I’ve really enjoyed watching the Mets the last 2 days. They are proving very resilient coming back 2 games in a row. Looks they’re starting to believe.

  11. Rockphin says:

    wow slow morning. where is everyone?

  12. Mike E. says:

    Sorry Rock – I had to take that out man.

  13. Mike E. says:


    It was very disappointing to say the least. That’s all I’ll say on that episode.

  14. Mike E. says:

    Uh-oh, I screwed up the timeline now. UGH!

  15. Mike E. says:

    OK, I think we’re good now.

  16. Rockphin says:

    What time does mini camp start today?

  17. Rockphin says:

    Mike did you remove my post so it doesn’t spoil the surprise on GOT?

    • Rockphin says:

      or did I break some rule?…….

      • Mike E. says:

        Rock – Only for the GOT fans/watchers. That’s a major spoiler. You didn’t break any rule other than don’t ruin a popular show for your friends who watch. lol

  18. Rockphin says:

    LOL Mike, how long is long enough for it not to be a spoiler? it was two nights ago….AHHHH I need to talk to someone about it… LOL

    • Mike E. says:

      Some people aren’t caught up yet, and I just watched it last night. It was killer though, that’s for sure. I also want to talk, but it won’t be on here because some people started watching GOT recently, and are trying to catch up. I suppose those are the perils of doing that, all the info is out and available, and hard to avoid.

  19. Mike E. says:

    Rock – I can’t find any info on minicamp. Not even on the Dolphins official website.

  20. Tim Knight says:

    I just know that the minicamp is today through the 18th, but not sure of what times.

  21. Tim Knight says:

    Mike E, it’s nice to see the Mets pull out these games but they put themselves in these positions with bad defense and a lack of hitting all game. They waste so many good starting pitching performances and they can be brutal to watch at the plate. I’ve noticed recently they like to take strikes and then swing at bad pitches. It drives me crazy. LOL

    • Mike E. says:

      They’re flawed without a doubt, but I love that never say die attitude. I’m hoping Herrera can solidify the infield at 2nd base, and he’s got pop in his bat too, and then hopefully we can pick up a 3rd baseman who can hit and field.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Agreed on Herrera and you gotta give Tejada credit for stepping up wherever he’s needed and at the plate.

  22. son of a son of a shula says:

    New blog up

  23. Rockphin says:

    Mini camp starts today, I don’t know what time, but all three days are open to the media…..the Media just aren’t saying anything about it…..Hell during OTA’s they were tweeting about being there…today not a peep.

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