dolphins 73

By: Randy Campbell (OLD DOLFAN)


Game 7; MIAMI @ NEW ENGLAND, Oct. 28, 1973


Weather: 44 degrees, relative humidity 58%, wind 14 mph

Surface: astroturf

Start Time: 1:00pm

Stadium: Schaefer Stadium


Two games into the 1973 NFL season, some fans of the Miami Dolphins wondered aloud “What happened to our Dolphins?” After Miami lost 12-7 to the Oakland Raiders many questioned the effectiveness of the offense, which, in 1972, had been rated #1 in the NFL.

A month later, those questions had disappeared.  Decisive wins over New England (44-23), the Jets (31-3), the Browns (17-9) and the high-scoring Buffalo Bills (27-6) had silenced the critics. Miami had defeated four consecutive opponents, averaging almost 30 points per game in the process.

The Dolphins’ offensive line, coached by Monte Clark, was the key to Miami’s improved offensive performance.  Exactly WHO were these guys?  And how were they acquired??

Monte Clark was hired by Don Shula not long after Shula came to Miami in 1970. He soon realized that several of his incumbent O-linemen had to be replaced for lack of talent. But tackle Norm Evans wasn’t one of them.  Evans was drafted out of TCU by the Houston Oilers in 1965. He saw lots of action, starting most of Houston’s games that year. The Oilers decided that Evans was a marginal lineman. They left him unprotected in the expansion draft of 1966.  Miami GM Joe Thomas was only too happy to acquire Evans who, he believed, was one of the better young lineman in the AFL.  By 1972, Evans and receiver Howard Twilley were the only remaining Dolphin players from the original 1966 squad. Evans would be a rock solid performer in Miami’s first three Super Bowl teams.

LittleIn 1969, Joe Thomas reviewed some films and reports of back-up San Diego lineman Larry Little. He remembered being impressed with Little’s play in college at Bethune Cookman, located in Daytona Beach. GM Joe Thomas offered back-up Miami defensive back Mack Lamb to the Chargers in exchange for Little’s services. San Diego’s Sid Gillman reluctantly accepted the deal. Mack Lamb failed to make the San Diego squad. He never played another game. But Larry Little, one of the greatest pulling guards in NFL history, went on to a Hall of Fame career with the Miami Dolphins!  Prior to the 1970 season, Thomas and Clark discussed a young Cleveland player jim-langernamed Jim Langer. Langer switched from linebacker (which he played at South Dakota State) to the offensive line in camp. Cleveland tried to sneak Langer through on waivers, expecting no one would claim this virtual unknown. Sharp-eyed Joe Thomas put in a claim. That summer, Langer won the Dolphins’ starting center job over the veteran Bob De Marco. His amazing career would end with his enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton! Score yet ANOTHER HOFer for Thomas!

Bob Kuechenberg, a Notre Dame product, had trials with the Eagles and the Falcons in 1968. Both teams released him. A year later he was playing in a “beer” league for the semi-pro Chicago Owls in the Continental League. The team went bankrupt midway through the season. But the players kept on playing, getting rewarded with beer and pizza instead of paychecks.

In early 1970, Kuechenberg studied the rosters of several NFL teams. He noticed a reserve guard for the Dolphins names Ed Tuck. This was the SAME Ed Tuck Kuechenberg had beaten out of a starting job at Notre Dame. So he tried  out with the Dolphins. “Kooch’s” heart almost stopped when coach Monte Clark told him he had been cut. But Clark PROMISED Kuechenberg he’d recall him from waivers if nobody claimed him. Sure enough, EVERY NFL TEAM PASSED ON KUECHENBERG and Clark brought him back to the Dolphins where he was placed on the taxi squad. By the second half of the 1970 season, “Kooch” had replaced Maxie Williams at left guard. He would start for Miami for the next 15 years, play in four Super Bowls, making All-Pro six times, and play in a Miami record 196 games! Kuechenberg has since been nominated (but not elected) to the Pro Football Hall of Fame!

The same day the Browns cut an unknown Jim Langer, the 49ers cut a player they listed as “Solomon” Moore. Monte Clark wondered is this really Wayne Moore, a guy he had trained with in the off season, along with several other guys? Clark, who lived out west before being hired by Miami, still knew several 49er players. One of them told Clark “Solomon” was Wayne Moore’s first name. Clark believed the 6’7″ tackle had a real future in the league. He convinced GM Joe Thomas to claim him off waivers. By 1972, Wayne Moore was seeing plenty of playing time (along with 1969 first round draft pick Doug Crusan). By 1973, Moore was solidly entrenched as Miami’s left tackle.

Norm Evans, Larry Little, Jim Langer, Bob Kuechenberg and Wayne Moore, as a group, had not cost Miami ONE SINGLE DRAFT CHOICE!!! –By the end of 1973, they were, unquestionably, the BEST OFFENSIVE LINE in the National Football League!

The Patriots, Miami’s foe Oct. 28, already knew how good the Dolphins’ offensive line was. In 1972, the Dolphins crushed New England 52-0 and 37-21 on the way to the NFL’s one and only Perfect Season! A month prior to this game, Miami’s O-line led the Dolphins to well over 200 yards rushing against the Patriots on the way to a 44-23 victory in week #3 of the ’73 season. But, since that game, New England’s defense had shown marked improvement. They defeated Baltimore 24-16, lost to the Jets 9-7, before going on the road to defeat the Bears 13-10. The Patriots defense had limited their last three opponents to just 11.7 points per game.

Head coach Don Shula remained supremely confident of Miami’s ability to score points. O-line coach Monte Clark and offensive coordinator Bill McPeak realized the Patriots were a better team than they were in September. But they both believed Miami’s offense would have yet another big day on this nippy (44 degrees) in Foxboro.

New England was sky high for this contest! They knew another loss to Miami would leave them at 2-5 with no hope of making the playoffs in a 14-game regular season schedule. Then, head coach Chuck Fairbanks reminded his defense that Miami had run-up 52, 37 and 44 points in their last three meetings.  He asked them “Are you guys tired of getting your asses kicked?”

The New England defense laid a big hit on Bob Griese in the game’s first series, forcing a fumble which the Patriots’ recovered. Pats’ quarterback Jim Plunkett decided to go for broke on the very next play. He spotted Sam (the Bam) Cunningham wide open down the field. Plunkett’s pass was on target. Cunningham caught the ball and roared 34 yards into the end zone and the Patriots had a quick 7-0 lead.

Shula and Griese agreed the best way to quiet the suddenly noisy New England crowd was to respond with a scoring drive. Miami’s offensive line opened up some running lanes for Larry Csonka and Mercury Morris. From the Pats’ 11 yard line, Griese fired a dart to Marlin Briscoe who cradled the touchdown pass, tying the score at 7-7 after one quarter.

2nd q morrisNew England continued to have offensive success. Sam Cunningham’s six yard touchdown run gave the Pats a 14-7 lead early in the second quarter. Two long drives by the Dolphins’ offense ended, frustratingly, in short Yepremian field goals. When the first half was over, New England still held a 14-13 lead. This improved Patriots’ team was giving Miami all they could handle.

Don Shula urged his players to give him a total team effort in the second half. But even the Don of Miami could not have predicted what was about to take place in the third quarter.  Patriots’ punter/place kicker Jeff White had failed to win a spot with Miami during summer camp. Eventually, he ended uo in New England. Shula decided to rush 10 players when White punted early in the third quarter. Lloyd Mumphord got a piece of it, forcing a short punt. Garo’s ensuing 23 yard field goal put Miami ahead 16-14.

Again the Dolphins’ defense stopped the Patriots’ offense cold. White, under a ferocious rush, kicked the next punt STRAIGHT UP IN THE AIR! A backwards bounce left the ball at New England’s three yard line! Mercury Morris’ two yard touchdown run put Miami ahead 23-14 after three quarters.

The Dolphins mounted a long, time consuming, drive in the final stanza. Miami’s outstanding offensive line simply wore down the Patriot’s defense. A crack-back block by Paul Warfield sprang Morris for a nice game. More runs followed as Miami ate up the clock. This methodical 75-yard drive ended when Langer and Little blew open a huge hole allowing Csonka to roar up the middle for an eight yard touchdown rumble! The Dolphins total domination of the second half had turned a 14-13 halftime deficit into a convincing 30-14 victory.

On the day, Miami rushed 45 times for 238 yards and two touchdowns. A smiling Don Shula heaped praise on his offensive line as he awarded the game ball to center Jim Langer, who immediately praised his fellow offensive linemen for a terrific effort!

The 1973 Miami Dolphins were now 6-1.

First downs 19 12
Rush-yards-TDs 45-238-2 29-94-1
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT 7-18-86-1-0 13-23-170-1-0
Sacked-yards 2-13 4-28
Net pass yards 73 142
Total yards 311 236
Fumbles-lost 2-1 5-0
Turnovers 1 0
Penalties-yards 3-25 5-54

Passing, Rushing, & Receiving

Passing Rushing Receiving
Tm Cmp Att Yds TD Int Lng Att Yds TD Lng Rec Yds TD Lng
Mercury Morris MIA 14 100 1 0 1 7 0 0
Larry Csonka MIA 17 68 1 0
Bob Griese MIA 7 18 86 1 0 0 2 5 0 0
Jim Mandich MIA 3 43 0 0
Jim Kiick MIA 7 32 0 0
Don Nottingham MIA 3 32 0 0
Paul Warfield MIA 2 25 0 0
Marlin Briscoe MIA 1 11 1 0
Charlie Leigh MIA 2 1 0 0
Passing Rushing Receiving
Tm Cmp Att Yds TD Int Lng Att Yds TD Lng Rec Yds TD Lng
Sam Cunningham NWE 17 70 1 0 3 62 1 0
Jim Plunkett NWE 13 23 170 1 0 0 2 5 0 0
Darryl Stingley NWE 3 53 0 0
Bob Windsor NWE 3 39 0 0
Josh Ashton NWE 7 17 0 0 3 19 0 0
Mack Herron NWE 1 3 0 0
Reggie Rucker NWE 2 -1 0 0
Randy Vataha NWE 1 -3 0 0

Defense & Returns

Def Interceptions Fumbles Kick Returns Punt Returns
Tm Sk Int Yds TD Lng FR Yds TD Rt Yds Y/Rt TD Lng Ret Yds Y/R TD Lng
Dick Anderson MIA 0 0 0 0 2 32 16.0 0 0
Mercury Morris MIA 0 0 0 0 1 20 20.0 0 0
Def Interceptions Fumbles Kick Returns Punt Returns
Tm Sk Int Yds TD Lng FR Yds TD Rt Yds Y/Rt TD Lng Ret Yds Y/R TD Lng
Mack Herron NWE 0 0 0 0 5 127 25.4 0 0 3 3 1.0 0 0
Darryl Stingley NWE 0 0 0 0 2 37 18.5 0 0

Kicking & Punting

PAT FG Punting
Larry Seiple MIA 5 201 40.2 0
Garo Yepremian MIA 3 3 3 3 0 0 0
PAT FG Punting
Bruce Barnes NWE 3 97 32.3 0
Jeff White NWE 2 2 6 163 27.2 0


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  1. Ken says:


    Here is a good article about U.S. District Court Judge David Doty and some of the cases he has had involving on labor and anti-trust litigation.

    • Ken says:

      There was also a female judge who was heavily involved with litigation involving the NFL. The point is if Brady sues the court has the jurisdiction and the ability to make a ruling that the league may not want.

      • Tim Knight says:

        The Brat continues his fight while the real cheater is Belichick. Nothing happens in the org without him knowing. That’s why the media coverage has been so bias, they just won’t go there.

  2. Mike E. says:

    What a beauty of a day here in NJ! 68 degrees, sunny, going up to the low 80’s.

  3. The Flying Pig says:

    The Alpha Alien’s summer home was discovered–habitable-zone-192512073.html

    I’m warning you now scientists, he likes to be left alone when he is fishing

  4. The Flying Pig says:

    Worst guy punch in Dolphins

    Marinos last game for Jax
    I hates that game

    The good news is the Marino spike is the worst gut punch in jests history

  5. The Flying Pig says:

  6. The Flying Pig says:

    Morning fly by
    Time to get some work done
    Ctah up later

  7. Mike E. says:

    I’ll never forget that JAX game. I was at work, and I was dying to hear what was going on, and I had brought a small handheld radio to listen, but it was a busy Saturday at work. By the time I turned the radio on, it was 38-0, or something like that in the 2nd QTR. I was sure it was mistake, but it was confirmed the nightmare was real.

  8. Tim Knight says:

    That Jags game was a disaster of epic proportions. Talk about having football fun smashed into the ground.

  9. Mike E. says:

    LOL @ Try

  10. The Flying Pig says:

    How the jags game made me feel

  11. wyoming85 says:

    Dolfans NYC ‏@DolfansNYC 1h1 hour ago
    Big Plays Come Naturally To Bobby McCain #Dolphins

  12. Mike E. says:

    Speaking of flayed, I think I hate Ramsay Bolton as much as I hated Joffrey, or at least almost as much.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Oh yeah, they’ve gotta being setting him up to die a horrible death. Hey everyone dies in this show and he has too or I’ll be pissed. LOL

      • Mike E. says:

        Theon “Reek” should get to cut his cock off and choke hom with it. That would be a fitting death for him.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I think I hated Joffrey more
      Basically b/c Joffrey was a little shit

      There is nothing worse than an overpriveledged brat

  13. wyoming85 says:

    Andrew Abramson ‏@AbramsonPBP 2h2 hours ago
    #Dolphins bubble watch: Dallas Thomas among offensive linemen fighting for job

  14. wyoming85 says:

    Brian Coyle ‏@BCoyle11 14m14 minutes ago
    Check out @GregLikens 5 position battles to watch during @MiamiDolphins Training Camp: … #Dolphins

  15. Tim Knight says:

    LOL @ Mike E

    Absolutely with Reek and I’d also like to see Sansa rape his ass with a scepter at the same time.

  16. The Flying Pig says:

    This is from D’s article


    1. Miami Dolphins (AFC East)
    2. Kansas City Chiefs (AFC West)
    3. Indianapolis Colts (AFC South)
    4. Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC North)
    WC1. New England Patriots
    WC2. Denver Broncos


    1. Seattle Seahawks (NFC West)
    2. Green Bay Packers (NFC North)
    3. New York Giants (NFC East)
    4. Atlanta Falcons (NFC South)
    WC1. Detroit Lions
    WC2. Philadelphia Eagles

    the other AFC teams don;t look to crazy
    NFL either
    I expect a Seahawks and Packers to meet
    the bottom 5 (read the article) isn’t carzy either

    These Harvard kids are smawt!

  17. Mike E. says:

    I hated Joffrey a lot, but he was a kid. Ramsay is old enough to not get any slack

  18. The Flying Pig says:

  19. Brian in NY says:

    Tim Knight says:
    July 24, 2015 at 10:59 am
    LOL @ Mike E

    Absolutely with Reek and I’d also like to see Sansa rape his ass with a scepter at the same time.
    See, this is why I love Tim. He is a twisted bastard who always takes it to another level.

    • Tim Knight says:

      LMAO!!!! Ramsay deserves that kind of shit because he’s a sadistic creep. Maybe while all that’s happening Reek can also carve his eyes out with a dagger.

  20. Mike E. says:

    Before they cut his (Ramsay) cock off, they should flay it while it’s still attached.

  21. Brian in NY says:

    Mets just called up Conforto- Cuddyear on the DL.

  22. The Flying Pig says:

    Bring Ramsay to me

  23. Mike E. says:

    Question is . . .

    Can Conforto hit better than .174 like the rest of the team? It’s absolutely pathetic looking at the Mets position players hitting stats.

    • Tim Knight says:

      A co-worker and I were looking at how many Mets have on base pct. under .300. It’s ridiculous. Conforto could hit .230 up here and he’d be an upgrade.

  24. Tim Knight says:

    Brian, Reek better be the one to off him.

  25. Mike E. says:

    No GOT spoilers, but Reek is NOT dead.

  26. Mike E. says:


    We need a few people in that lineup that command respect from opposing pitching. d’Arnaud is one guy, maybe the only one. If a we had at least 2 other guys, it would change the pitches that the other guys would see.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Duda is hitting like .141 since May which is the worst avg. over that time in the majors. He needs to end that funk. We need his bat. Then d’Arnaud and maybe this Conforto kid adds a spark to the lineup. he’s suppose to be an excellent contact hitter. That alone could change the dynamic from where it is.

  27. The Flying Pig says:


    didn’t you see the last episode of this season

  28. The Flying Pig says:


    I’m actually wearing pants

  29. Tim Knight says:

    Mike, what’s the status of Dilson Herrera?

  30. wyoming85 says:

    Hard Cuts on the D Line!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    James Walker ‏@JamesWalkerNFL 2h2 hours ago
    #Dolphins 53-man roster projection “-Here is who I predict will make Miami’s 53-man roster this fall.

  31. Mike E. says:


    Herrera was optioned back to AAA. He wasn’t hitting either.

    • Mike E. says:

      He was sent down when Murphy came back from his injury earlier in July. He’s hitting .286 with 1 HR, 4 doubles and 4 RBI’s with the AAA club.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Oh okay thanks. Do the Mets draft and scout guys who can hit? LOL

      • Mike E. says:

        Apparently not. They do well with pitching, but really, a lot of the pitchers are Omar Minaya’s guys.

  32. Tim Knight says:

    Yeah the only guys you can give Alderson credit for was acquiring Syndergaard for Dickey and Wheeler for Beltran.

  33. Tim Knight says:

    Talk about not wearing pants or much else, anyone see what Rose McGowan wore to the VMAs?

  34. Tim Knight says:

    Wyo, McGowan is kind of out there. I mean she was in a relationship with Marilyn Manson. LOL

  35. D says:
    Scroll down to the pict of McGown with Manson, is kinda shock value gutter slut kinda thing they do at the VMA’s.

    • D says:

      Also a picture of Mylie Cyrus there too in a picture where i keep hoping someone comes by and upper cuts her to the chin so she will bit that disgusting tongue off. Maybe then she will keep it in her damn mouth,

      • Tim Knight says:

        LOL, I know it’s a bit annoying how often she does that, and Gene Simmons coined that act.

  36. Mike E. says:

    She’s out there in that pic, that’s for sure. lol

  37. The Flying Pig says:

    McGowan is my kind of lady

  38. The Flying Pig says:

    I think most of them are dressed like idiots
    just me?
    Those outfits are kind of just silly

  39. The Flying Pig says:

    Now mugato on the other hand

    That is a fashion icon!

  40. Tim Knight says:

    Fashion you say. LOL

  41. wyoming85 says:

    Bring a new meaning to shooting your wad!

    Adam Schefter ‏@AdamSchefter 10s11 seconds ago
    Buccaneers announced they have placed CB C.J. Wilson, who lost two fingers in a July 4th fireworks accident, on the Reserve/Retired List.

  42. The Flying Pig says:

    Hey guys what’s up
    Let’s go get some beers

  43. Mike E. says:

    As long as no one is wearing the bear/rabbit costume from The Shining . . . .

  44. Tim Knight says:

    Hey do you mind if I tag along?

  45. The Flying Pig says:

    I’ll meet you guys later

    I have to get my hat watered first

  46. Mike E. says:

    LMAO @ these outfits!

  47. CavalierKong says:

    LMAO!! People get paid BIG bucks to come up with those ridiculously stupid outfits.

  48. wyoming85 says:

    Miami Dolphins ‏@MiamiDolphins 15m15 minutes ago
    These are 5 position battles you should be watching in training camp.


  49. The Flying Pig says:

    I was going to meet you guys
    But I walked into some blinds

  50. jetsssuck says:

    I see u guys talking about Mets. I have a old time neighbor(80’s) who I talk about baseball all the time and he’s been talking about the Mets and how similar this years team is so similar to the Miracle Mets hitting and how they came alive half way through the season. Enjoy the season a miracle could be happening

  51. Tim Knight says:

    No beers for me.

  52. steveccnv says:

    I wonder how some guys keep their jobs. I was just watching video of the Vikings game last yr, and the lutz says 6′ 4″ rookie Terence Feed blocks the punt for a safety (to win the game). How can this guy work for the team and not know the players names?

    But you guys don’t give a shit, you’re too busy watching FashionFag Video 😛

  53. stangerx says:

    “The NFL believes that it will get a deal done with Brady that includes some suspension as a result of the Patriots quarterback’s role in Deflategate. According to Jason Cole, the league believes that it can “wear Brady down.”

    “Those in the league offices understand that as part of an agreement, Brady will very likely want it made clear that he had nothing to do with the deflation of footballs. Instead, the language associated with Goodell’s ruling will have to point out that the punishment is as a result of Brady’s lack of cooperation in the league’s investigation.”
    I’m with Cole on this…….all about faces being saved at this point.

    • steveccnv says:

      My wish is being granted, I said I didn’t care about the suspension. I just want it to drag out as long as possible.

      Fuck his legacy, we all know they’ve cheated on multiple occasions and won’t stop.

      • stangerx says:

        steveccnv — then wish for Goodel to go spank. That could keep it going for a long while…….don’t think it will happen though.

  54. jetsssuck says:

    What I remember about the 69 mets is they played the orioles which is my team and all of the New York franchises won the championships in their sports.Football,Baseball, basketball and Hockey I believe.

    • Mike E. says:

      Yes. Very unusual

    • Tim Knight says:

      I don’t think hockey but yes the other sports.

    • steveccnv says:

      I had family in town from NY during that WS, they must’ve turned me into a Mets fan for a few yrs, until I was old enough to think for myself.

    • stangerx says:

      jetsssuck — just two years later…..that series for the Orioles in ’71 was a classic. Still remember those incredible plays by Brooks Robinson at third.

      • jetsssuck says:

        that’s the same thing I remember. human vacuum cleaner i believe he was called. I remember bobbi modenro stadium in miami well. My grandfather used to take me to a lot of oriels(miami) and yankee Ft Laud)games. Bobby Modenro tore down not there anymore.

  55. D says:

    I bet this is sorta what Johnny Martin looked like after Incognito got done with him during training camp.

  56. steveccnv says:

    Report: NFL believes Brady may accept reduced suspension

    WTF? Like it’s up to brady to decide.

  57. steveccnv says:

    This is what I hope happens:

    The belief from the start has been that Brady feels he has done nothing wrong and is seeking a complete exoneration. However, he has always put the interests of the Patriots ahead of his own. A nasty federal court battle could, in theory, distract the team.

  58. The Flying Pig says:

    In Court, the NFL will have a right to subpoena Brady’s phone

  59. Tim Knight says:

    stangerx says:
    July 24, 2015 at 4:53 pm

    steveccnv — then wish for Goodel to go spank. That could keep it going for a long while…….don’t think it will happen though.

    Then wish for Goodell to go spank? LOL

    • stangerx says:

      He won’t do it though. Would be different if the Pats didn’t already grumble and then accept punishment.

  60. D says:

    Miami Dolphins ‏@MiamiDolphins 1h1 hour ago

    We have released QB Josh Freeman.
    886 retweets 965 favorites

  61. wyoming85 says:

    Dolphins aggbot ‏@Dolphins_Newz Jul 23
    Rumor has it Anthony Johnson is the best cook on the Dolphins – Yardbarker

  62. wyoming85 says:

    Mike Soltys
    Colin Cowherd’s comments over the past two days do not reflect the values of ESPN or our employees. Colin will no longer appear on ESPN.

    • stangerx says:

      You could say that that is PC gone crazy — not like they were Jimmy the Greek comments — but think this adds a bit of context:

      “Cowherd, who had been with ESPN for 12 years, announced earlier this week that he’s leaving the company for another business opportunity.”

      Might make it a bit easier for ESPN to bring out the stick. For whatever reason, might be a whole lot more behind the scenes on that too.

  63. Mike E. says:

    Tim, Bri

    I just heard the Mets are trying to make a trade with the Braves for Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson, for 2 minor league Mets pitching prospects, neither that I’ve heard of, Gant and Whalen

    • Tim Knight says:

      I did too, I’m watching the game to see Conforto. LOL

      I really don’t know what to think of it other than the two pitching prospects will be beating us in the future because it’s the Mets way.

  64. Tim Knight says:

    Justin Turner killing us. That’s been a consistent theme with ex-Mets coming back to haunt us. Ugh!

  65. wyoming85 says:

    Don’t Follow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ‏@daviddreal84 Josh Freeman is better than Ryan Tannehill…That’s right i said it!

  66. wyoming85 says:

    OaklandRaider2o9 ‏@daviddreal84 · Apr 2
    Josh Freeman is better than Ryan Tannehill…That’s right i said it!

    Lee Harvey ‏@Wyoming85Lee · 21s22 seconds ago
    Really? You said it! But can you prove it?
    Doubt it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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