It’s (Pre Season) GAME DAY!! #4 Tampa Bay @ Miami

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Game 4 of the Preseason.  This is the most important game for many of the guys on the team.  The ones who are working and hoping to make the team.  It’s their last opportunity to impress, to catch the eye of the coaching staff and make the team.  And if not the Dolphins, then perhaps another team will notice and pick them up after cuts are made.  For some, it may be the end of their hopes to be an NFL player.  I wish them all luck and thank them for their efforts.


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384 Responses to It’s (Pre Season) GAME DAY!! #4 Tampa Bay @ Miami

  1. jetsssuck says:

    first first again on 2 post of same day

  2. Rockphin says:

    WTF? MikeE then all the effort to write a post and it gets posted for a few minutes? Everyone hit the back button and read Mike’s article

  3. jetsssuck says:

    i thought i may have died yesterday because nobody posted to askMike

  4. Rockphin says:

    Good job MikeE! I went back and read all of Ask Mike

  5. jetsssuck says:

    Let’s not forget Uwantwat open heart operation in 12-18 hours. Say a prayer for him for this is a serious operation.

  6. ocalahowie says:

    Well since its the Crappy game I wouldnt go crazy to see it but since its the Bucs it will certainly be on here so I guess I’ll watch it anyway.
    One guy I will be watching is Vigil. For some reason he doesnt seem to fit the mold of an NFL player but he’s going to be and I sure hope it’s with us…

  7. naplesfan2010 says:

    I hope to see either Semisch or Stoneburner do enough to really claim the 3rd TE spot.
    With the the 6th RB cut, this will be a whole game for Gills to try to move past James, which might be a moot point due to them liking him at kick returner. Or maybe they just wanted to let James take the hits to save Landry for the season. Ajayi I think will break off at least one good run.

  8. naplesfan2010 says:

    I did go back and read Ask Mike and it was well done as usual. I do wish we could keep Jeff Luc, but there is just not enough room for him. He would make a great secret FB.

  9. jetsssuck says:

    I’m gonna look at who runs down on first special teams plays as that may be the best indication who sticks to the squad.

    • jetsssuck says:

      over 700 players will go looking for new jobs saturday.They can play in canada only since the NFL cut back international development league.

  10. Rockphin says:

    I was listing to NFL network and the next coach was on talking about what he would be looking for in the last preseason game. He said a good indicator is to watch the punt return team on special teams because that’s where they put their best special teams players in those guys are most likely to make the team

  11. olddolphan says:

    HEY MIKE E.;EXCELLENT STUFF, my friend!! Already looking forward to the next edition.
    A GAZILLION POSITIVE THOUGHTS for Uwantwat. What Wewant is a stronger heart for him!
    Several significant college games tonight. Interestingly, Western Kentucky of Conference USA is favored to defeat Vanderbilt at Vandy. To nobody’s surprise, the Hilltoppers are co-favorites (along with Herd’s Marshall team) to rule the C-USA East Division. The West Division likely will go to the winner of the Rice-Louisiana Tech game. In the Sunshine State, I expect Son’s Central Florida Knights will pound FIU’s Golden Panthers. Next to FSU’s Jimbo Fisher, UCF’s George O’Leary is the best recruiter/coach in the state!

  12. Mike E. says:

    Wow, scheduling snafu! I guess I did this weeks Ask Mike for nothing, or maybe we’ll run it another day.

  13. Mike E. says:

    Thanks Rock, OD

  14. jetsssuck says:

    Have wonder if any trades are gonna happen. We are deep on DL and I believe we won’t release any when we developed them

  15. The Flying Pig says:

    I re-scheduled Ask Mike for tomorrow
    Oops we had a scheduling snafu

  16. The Flying Pig says:

    We actually have a live chat going up tonight at 6:55 (Thanks Herd) before the game

    Its a fun little experiment
    Make sure you guys tell us what you think of it
    I won;t be able to come on until later

  17. Mike E. says:


    You need to get some kind of award for being first on 2 blogs the same day

    • jetsssuck says:

      don’t worry I was happy finding out it was a mistake. I thought maybe I died since nobody commented to our famous AskMike segment.

  18. The Flying Pig says:

    Here you go jetssuck

  19. Mike E. says:

    Ah, and there you go jetssuck, your trophy. LOL @ famous Ask Mike segment.

  20. Mike E. says:


    What tweet mention are you talking about?

  21. jetsssuck says:

    not askmike

  22. Al in MIA says:

    Tonight Jim Harbaugh makes his Michigan coaching debut (Mich @ Utah)
    #2 ranked TCU travels to Minnesota to take on the golden gophers.
    Those are the games I’ll be looking in at.


  23. Al in MIA says:

    I wish I could be here for the live blog but I’ll be out 😦

  24. Al in MIA says:

    Donald Thomas is too injury proned and doesn’t present much of an upgrade in what the team already has. He’s basically a more experienced Billy Turner though I see Billy with more talent.

  25. Al in MIA says:

    I missed this yesterday but saw it on James Walker’s morning take:

    The Associated Press writes Dolphins running back LaMichael James wants to be called “LaMike.”


    Sounds like your nickname MikeE

  26. Al in MIA says:

    I was randomly looking for a Dolphins pic of Jamil Douglas and came across this LOL

    What you think Philbin is asking “Boys, does that look like a gum wrapper to you?”

    • Tim Knight says:

      It looks like a giant…

    • Al in MIA says:

      LOL, I must admit that when I saw this pic i started thinking of that crap you posted yesterday (the vibrator). I was imagining that thing being on that paper Philbin is holding and all 3 of these guys debating what it is.

  27. Al in MIA says:

    I saw your post about the Nats yesterday….I think you are right but funnier things have happened in the past.
    Just a friendly reminder LOL

    • Tim Knight says:

      Yeah that’s what I said, it would take this sort of thing. I don’t see this team doing that though, I really don’t.

  28. wyoming85 says:

    Adam Schefter ‏@AdamSchefter 58s58 seconds ago
    Tom Brady beats NFL in `Deflategate’ court case, judge nullifies league’s 4-game suspension.

  29. Al in MIA says:


  30. D says:

    Im so sad Suh, Wake, Mitchell and Vernon wont be playing. I would really like to see them flatten Jameis.

    Oh and i just realized, all along we should have been able to predict RG3 would wind up where he is, i mean his name RG3, as in Rober Griffin 3rdstring.

  31. wyoming85 says:

    He came out forcefully in Brady’s favor, maligning the NFL for its handling of the scandal that erupted after the AFC championship game in January, when officials discovered during the first half that Brady used underinflated footballs. New England beat the Indianapolis Colts 45-7 then won the Super Bowl two weeks later.

  32. Mike E. says:

    I want to see if every suspension goes to the courts from now on. This is a bad precedent.

    • Al in MIA says:

      Agree. They mentioned the Feely situation the other day and how he wasn’t disciplined for what was deemed similar matters but part of the NFL suspension of Brady was based on past incidents with that club (NE settled and took a penalty on the spygate situation). The Jets had no prior situation like that to consider with Feely’s action.

  33. Al in MIA says:

    Can’t wait for Pats vs Dolphins.
    This year we can just take the division without those pussy NE fans using the Brady excuse.

  34. Mike E. says:


    Isn’t that pic of Pouncey and Turner?

  35. Al in MIA says:

    Agreed, the difference this year is pitching (vs the mediocre starters they had during the collosal collapse).

  36. Mike E. says:

    Goodell should “Tonya Harding” Brady as he comes out of the tunnel for the Steelers game

  37. wyoming85 says:

    I wonder if Goodell flexes a little muscle in a retaliation against Patsies?

    I know I’d be doing a little planning a little scheming right now!

  38. Tim Knight says:

    Is anyone really surprised by the ruling? You could see it going this way the last few weeks. I really don’t even care because this sort of stuff is becoming ridiculous and I’d rather just watch the games and not care about the other stuff. I’m tired of hearing about the commissioner all the time. It’s the game I like, not all the nonsense.

  39. Al in MIA says:

    Jason La Canfora @JasonLaCanfora 35s
    So, any chance Ted Wells offers a refund?

  40. Tim Knight says:

    I still hope fans on the road give the Pats shit for cheating all season – chants and banners about cheating and their legacy is shit.

  41. son of a son of a shula says:

    It figures! Doesn’t it just figure that he’d puss his way out of it. Cheaters Cheaters Cheaters all of them.
    I guess the judge is fine with the destruction of evidence. A judge involved in a private businesses affairs at that.
    Whatever, I hope Suh breaks him in half.

  42. Al in MIA says:

    Pro Football Focus (@PFF) | Twitter
    5 mins ago

    Top 5 Guards by PFF Pass Block Rating:
    1. Josh Sitton 93
    2. Zack Martin 89
    3. Evan Mathis 87
    4. Gabe Jackson 87
    5. Joel Bitonio 87
    Man, alot of the guys we have talked about before they were drafted 😛 (Martin, Jackson, Bitonio).

  43. Al in MIA says:


    ARTICLE 46
    Section 1.
    League Discipline:
    Notwithstanding anything stated in Article 43:
    (a) All disputes involving a fine or suspension imposed upon a player for
    conduct on the playing field (other than as described in Subsection (b) below) or involving action taken against a player by the Commissioner for conduct detrimental to the integrity of, or public confidence in, the game of professional football, will be processed exclusively as follows: the
    Commissioner will promptly send written notice of his action to the player, with a copy to the NFLPA. Within three (3) business days following such written notification, the player affected thereby, or the NFLPA with the player’s approval, may appeal in writing to the Commissioner.

    The players association and US courts have basically wiped their asses with it.

    • wyoming85 says:

      Why didn’t the judge read this and throw the whole pissing match out of court?

      OK I’m not going to get started!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  44. Rockphin says:

    Al in MIA says:
    September 3, 2015 at 9:47 am

    I wish I could be here for the live blog but I’ll be out 😦

    Isn’t there always a “live blog” during games?? what am I missing?

  45. Rockphin says:

    FUCKING OUTRAGEOUS!!! Cheaters always get away with it!!

  46. Al in MIA says:

    Just reading some of the reporters chiming in Twitter…

    Ian Rapoport @RapSheet 11m
    The 3 main points Berman made in nullifying the suspension: 1. No notice of discpline; 2. No testimony from Pash; 3. No access to files.

    Jason LaCanfora @JasonLaCanfora 9m
    The fact the players not given copy of game day operations manual – which outlines rules for inflation and penalties, also a key fact.

  47. son of a son of a shula says:

    Another full day of hearing about friggin Brady, I’m sooooooooooo sick of him and this crap.

  48. Al in MIA says:

    BRING ON THE MASSHOLES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  49. Al in MIA says:


  50. wyoming85 says:

    Systemic problem with our system!!!!!!!!!!

    Omar Kelly ‏@OmarKelly 58s59 seconds ago
    Lesson learned from Tom Brady appeal….Anytime anyone wants to see your phone & it might incriminate you…..BREAK THAT $%^&

  51. Al in MIA says:


  52. stangerx says:

    Looks like Tom skates for now……hope the NFL appeals.

    And if some Pats fan tells you this proves Brady is innocent……don’t you believe it. The judge’s ruling was solely based on whether the NFL had the right to do what it did given how it did it…..stuff like whether Brady had fair notice of what the penalty might be for the infraction and the ability to fully investigate his defense in the appeal.

    • Try Pod says:

      That’s right- he made no statement on Brady’s innocence or guilt, just on the nfl’s handling of the situation.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      Right, and we all know he was involved, two locker room attendants didn’t suddenly have a brilliant idea. Hence the destroyed phone.

  53. D says:

    I dont think anyone should be blaming Goddell for this, Goddell did his part and levied a penkty against Brady and the Patriots for their actions, its the federal government overturning this. They were brought in because by the law a person being fined by the NFL can have the federal government step in and say whether or not there are grounds to continue. They chose to dismiss instead of proceed, based upon the fact they did not find that the NFL had done enough to produce evidence that Brady actually was involved, even if the destruction of the phone really did suggest otherwise. They basically said that the punishment of 4 games was excessive for conduct detrimental, and was more applicable to things such as PED violations, which were conclusively provable.

    • D says:

      being penalized, sorry not fined and that was penalty not penkty

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      Yeah Goodell did his part and I was actually surprised at how aggressively he went after his beloved patsies.

      Every coach in every game should ask the refs to stop the game and make sure the ball is inflated properly.

  54. D says:

    Al in MIA says:
    September 3, 2015 at 11:04 am
    Which would incur a penalty, and be upheld in courts…… sad isnt it.

  55. D says:

    Al in MIA says:
    September 3, 2015 at 10:45 am
    Pro Football Focus (@PFF) | Twitter
    5 mins ago

    Top 5 Guards by PFF Pass Block Rating:
    1. Josh Sitton 93
    2. Zack Martin 89
    3. Evan Mathis 87
    4. Gabe Jackson 87
    5. Joel Bitonio 87
    Man, alot of the guys we have talked about before they were drafted 😛 (Martin, Jackson, Bitonio).
    Lemme take a moment again, and for MikeE as well, present to you all a big I TOLD YOU SO with regards to Gabe Jackson…… Well and Bitonio too

  56. Tim Knight says:

    Not only is Brady still guilty but so is Belichick and anyone who doesn’t think they were both involved… well let’s just say…

  57. jetsssuck says:

    Al in MIA says:
    September 3, 2015 at 10:35 am

    Jason La Canfora @JasonLaCanfora 35s
    So, any chance Ted Wells offers a refund?
    maybe the NFL screwed up not sending the lawyer as requested that rewrote the Wells report.I expect the NFL to appeal to higher court even though they never had case but based on CBA agreement which the league NFL thought they had a full proof agreemnet to convict anyone they want guilty or not.

  58. Al in MIA says:

    From Judge Berman’s court docs,

    “Goodell’s reliance on notice of broad CBA “conduct detrimental” policy – as opposed to specific Player Policies regarding equipment violations – to impose discipline upon Brady is legally misplaced. In both the Ray Rice case and the Adrian Peterson case, the players could, perhaps, be said to appreciate that acts of domestic violence might be deemed “conduct detrimental.” And yet, in both of these cases, the players were disciplined only after findings were made under the specific domestic violence policy [New NFL Personal Conduct Policy (Aug.2014). See Adrian Peterson, 2015 WL 795253, at *5-6; Ray Rice, slip op. at 16. Rightly so, because an applicable specific provision with the Player Policies is better calculated to provide notice to a player than a general concept such as “conduct detrimental.” See In re Lehman Bros. Holdings Inc., 761 F.3d 303, 313 (2d Cir.2014) cert. denied sub nom. Giddens v. Barclays Capital Inc. , 135 S. Ct. 2048 (2015) (“To the extent that there appears to conflict between these provisions, the specific governs the general.”); John Hancock Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Carolina Power & Light Co., 717 F.2d 664, 670 n.8 (2d Cir. 1983) (“Where the parties have particularized the terms of a contract an apparently inconsistent general statement to a different effect must yield.”).

    • jetsssuck says:

      I expect the 2 ballboys to be reinstated in the next few days and if the NFL refuses to go back to their old positions being allowed to handle game balls then more lawsuits against NFL. I possibly believe we can see a defamation of character against NFL from Brady possibly as soon as end of season or later when statue of limitations end.

  59. Al in MIA says:

    Apparently the embarassment today is not the definition of broad powers that the CBA may give the commissioners office but rather the judge showing that the NFL doesn’t follow procedures such as step one where written notice but be given of a forthcoming suspenion.

  60. Tim Knight says:

    Can anyone name the team that doesn’t have a 1st round pick in the 2016 draft?

  61. Mike E. says:


    What kind of Guards DO we look for? Bench players? 😉

    • Tim Knight says:

      Athletic, Jackson is too heavy and doesn’t move well enough to play in our ZBS.

      • Mike E. says:

        He’s big, but he can move pretty well. He’s definitely not the prototype ZBS OG, but he’s a quality player, and a quality starter from the get-go, which is more than I can say for most of our draft picks.

  62. The Flying Pig says:

    Al in MIA says:
    September 3, 2015 at 11:32 am (Edit)
    The owners need to re-evaluate their approach (through Goodell).

    I think they thought b/c they have a lopsided CBA with the players union they can get away with murder
    They can do whatever
    And they can’t
    the reality of this case is its about the fed cts saying, we are going to step into the decision you make, just bc you have a CBA doesn;t mean you can be unfair

    Ultimately the flaw for the NFL is how broad Goodells powers were and a lot of people have criticized that in the past
    but the response has always been the CBA permits it and that is a negotaiated agreement
    So now the fed courts are saying “so what”

    I got to say
    if the commisioner just looks at the intial PSI readings after the game and puhishes Brady or the patriots right afterward instead of doing this Tedd Wells investigation song and dance – none of this happens

    I mean Brady might appeal
    and then its get reduced at the appeal

    and no one really cares

    but instead it ends up being Brady’s rep vs the NFL’s powers

    • Al in MIA says:

      That the NFL can’t even follow step 1 “written notice of a suspension” is the biggest embarassment of all (Berman cites that Brady was never given notice of what was coming).

  63. jetsssuck says:

    I expect the 2 ballboys to be reinstated in the next few days and if the NFL refuses to go back to their old positions being allowed to handle game balls then more lawsuits against NFL. I possibly believe we can see a defamation of character against NFL from Brady maybe even ball boys possibly as soon as end of season or later before statue of limitations end.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      defamation is a tough suit to win

      but maybe the facts are there
      But if I’m Brady, I just move on, he already won

      at some point, some of these legal battles begin to wear on your life/work

      I hope this thing is finished
      I’m tired of this story

      • Al in MIA says:

        Agree. Part of this push though came at the backing of the NFLPA who pretty much told Brady they were going to fight his fight for him from the get go.

  64. Al in MIA says:

    I doubt Brady would bother with defamation persuit. Expensive and hard to prove. 1. The ruling today wasn’t necessarily about whether Brady was guilty or not but rather that procedures were not followed by the NFL front office in disciplining Tom.

    • Al in MIA says:

      Didn’t bother mentioning it, but the judge also explores what the appropriate punishment should be (if any). The degree of punishment does not define whether Brady had some hand in deflating footballs.

      • jetsssuck says:

        they had to explore all the facts in the wells report and use some reasoning skills. The Kraft report explained a lot of things that were taken for granted since the Wells report was published by NFL independent group.
        The NFL still hasn’t taken any additional measures for game balls before games.

  65. stangerx says:

    Pig — even if the NFL blew it and might have gotten too full itself, normal employers still have a lot more leeway to treat their players as they wish in employment at will states at least. A company can just let go the driver of a cement truck that has defective product whether they can actually prove it his fault or not.

    • Al in MIA says:

      True but deep pockets go a long way. a cement truck driver can’t put Tom Brady pressure on his employer 😛

    • The Flying Pig says:

      Its not just a normal employer and employee situation

      its not just employment at will

      Its a CBA with a union
      so its a lot more beaurocratic than was an employer can do

      • stangerx says:

        Yep — it’s union work. Was recently talking to one of my buddies who is a manager at a union place (college food service). He said, “I can’t really order them to do things…..I pretty much have to talk them into it.”

  66. Tim Knight says:

    Mike E, we were a much better offense both rushing and passing than the Raiders so the jury is still out at just how good Jackson is. We also have a rookie starting this year so why rag on them?

    • Mike E. says:

      It does appear as if a rookie (Douglas) is going to start, but we don’t know how good he’ll be. Jeckson was a good player from the start as a rookie. Hopefully Douglas will be too.

  67. Try Pod says:

    I knew someone on this blog would be happy after the release of today’s ruling. Party on, Garth.

  68. finfanrob says:

    who was that ass-wipe on here who kept saying brady would get away with no punishment. oh that is right that was me. fuck the nfl. they just proved they are a fraudulent league.

    i hope every player and coach just starts cheating as much as possible now. they wont get in any trouble. the nfl = wwf. they are a joke. i am done with them

  69. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 3, 2015 at 11:55 am

    It wasn’t the NFL’s decision.

    is brady suspended? nope. he cheated and got away with it. the nfl is a farce.

  70. finfanrob says:

    and everyone here is positive goodell had no idea if he handed out the punishment how he did that it wouldnt get turned over.

    i said it from day one, brady wont be punished. he is the goodell child of kraft and roger. think or say whatever you want. brady got away with cheating.

  71. herdfan says:

    Sorry about the scheduling snafu.

    Also thank Twicethethe for the chat thing we will have for the game. I was having trouble getting it to work and he swooped in and did it in no time!! 😀

  72. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 3, 2015 at 12:01 pm

    You can feel how you want but you’re wrong on this one.

    werent you the one who said he would be suspended some games. yep, keep telling me i am wrong. the proof is brady is NOT suspended. he got away with it.

  73. The Flying Pig says:

  74. finfanrob says:


    first i am not or never said the nfl reversed anything. so dont start making shit up i didnt say.

    i am not ignoring what the nfl did. i am stating a fact. brady isnt suspended. if it got over turned cause the nfl mishandled it, then even more of the farce that they are for not handling a known cheater correctly.

  75. The Flying Pig says:

  76. Mike E. says:

    Thanks Jeff (Twice)
    Thanks Jeff (Twice)

  77. Al in MIA says:

    Berman doesn’t mention anything about the science of deflate gate or whether spygate existed or not but rather he gets to the facts that the CBA has rules for suspending players under “conduct detrimental” language and that the NFL loosely applied it’s definition and moreover did not follow protocol (written notice, access to information, etc) thus invalidating the whole thing based on legal deficiencies.

    • jetsssuck says:

      yes Goodell did go overboard in his authority the question I have is why didn’t the NFL fill the 3 balls from the colts were underinflated as measured .during halftime. Then why was the colts not punished because they measured a football that was measured by colt personnel after interception.
      People have phone rights and every one is protected and authorities have to get warrants.

  78. finfanrob says:

    jetsssuck says:
    September 3, 2015 at 12:08 pm

    how did he cheat? Provide facts from wells report.

    breaking my own rule of talking to trolls, but go the fuck away. you are nothing but a troll trying to cause trouble. shouldnt you be posting on a pats blog some where

  79. Tim Knight says:

    Okay FFR, look at it however you want. Don’t take your anger out on me. Stop watching the games and be aggravated by it forever. LOL

    By the way, I was wrong, there is one person who was happy about the decision here. 😉

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I’m happy about it too
      I don’t want the cheats to okay the victim all year

      • Tim Knight says:

        Yeah I stopped caring weeks ago anyway. But I don’t care about the victim thing, that’s just fans and pundits who lick Patriot nads. LOL

    • jetsssuck says:

      I’m happy because I invested time in reading the wells report and concluded the report didn’t make sense and a innocent man was being charged for doing nothing wrong. This is a victory for labor and being that labor day is close its a victory for all.

      • Try Pod says:

        No proof of innocence- there’s just no proof of guilt, except the circumstantial evidence of him destroying the phone and the patriots during the ball boys- oops, I mean reassigning them.

      • The Flying Pig says:

        Its definately a victory for labor

        but fundamentally, when a CBA agreement is reached between 2 parties that are sophisticated and have $$$, I do not agree with Fed Cts disturbing findings met pursuant to CBA

      • Try Pod says:


  80. stangerx says:

    Even if the NFL doesn’t appeal, we’ll still be picking one spot earlier in the 2nd round.
    And who knows……maybe even in the first. 🙂

  81. Al in MIA says:

    In NO part of Berman’s conclusion were the facts of the Ted Wells report used as a determinant for reversing the Tom Brady suspension so don’t bother mentioning them as if they had anything to do with what the judge did today (because it had ZERO bearing on his decision).

    • jetsssuck says:

      the fact the NFL didn’t budge show how confident they were with punishment. The judge criticized the NFL throughout the hearings but the nfl thought they were above the rights of cba players and rights. They were very arrogant,

  82. Al in MIA says:

    Lawrence Tynes @lt4kicks 50min ago
    If the @nfl wanted to win this case against Brady they should have brought @Giants to help them


  83. stangerx says:

    Scene from Pats camp today

  84. wyoming85 says:

    Pro Football Focus ‏@PFF 8m8 minutes ago
    Top 5 Edge Defenders by PFF Pass Rush Rating:
    1.Cameron Wake 90
    2.Robert Quinn 90
    3.Justin Houston 89
    4.Von Miller 88
    5.Pernell McPhee 87

  85. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 3, 2015 at 12:14 pm

    Okay FFR, look at it however you want. Don’t take your anger out on me.

    sorry, but i didnt take anything out on you. very sorry i defended myself about what i said. your right, i should let you just say things i didnt say and not respond to them. silly me to correct you.

    got to say though, i do love how you can always interrupt emotion from a black and white post. hell i dont even add emoticons but you know my emotion.

    • Tim Knight says:

      they just proved they are a fraudulent league.


      Blame the judge. The NFL did suspend him, a judge overturned it. The NFL also took away their 2016 1st round pick and a 2017 4th rd pick.

      By the way your responses clearly show you’re annoyed even though you don’t want to admit it. LOL

  86. finfanrob says:


    the nfl mishandled a cheater. that is on them. they should have made damn sure how they handled it it wouldnt get over turned.

    the pats paid a punishment, not brady.

    and annoyed yes, but you said i was angry. i am not, annoyed that they let a cheater get away with cheating.

  87. finfanrob says:

    and if the nfl had any guts, they would keep fighting this. but they wont, they will roll over and let brady get away with it.

  88. Try Pod says:

    I said it many times before, but..
    I never really cared about deflate-gate. I thought, in-and-of- itself, it was a minor thing. I thought some here were taking things a bit far, but we are fans- that’s what fans do. To me, this whole case was really a referendum on the “patriot way”. Goodell listened to the anger of some around the league and decided New England needed to be confronted. He lost this battle. I think he lost Kraft but may have gained more support league-wide for doing this.

    • Tim Knight says:

      A majority of owners backed and influenced Goodell in this. People tend to always point to Goodell but let’s not forget who the master of puppets are in the big scheme of things. Many owners were tired of the Pats’ shenanigans.

  89. Al in MIA says:

    Hot off the press, the NFL doesn’t agree with the decision and will appeal (SMH)

    • Al in MIA says:

      Code for Jerry Jones and Bob McNair want to fight the NFLPA.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      They better get there shit together and put up a good argument as to why the fed Cot should not disturb the decision made under the CBA

      Its not a great position for the NFL to be in

      basically there best argument is – don;t look at the facts of this case, look at the law which says generally you don;t disturb CBA decision

      Meanwhile the Patriots will continue to scrutinize all the findings of the wells report and everything the NFL did publicly

    • Try Pod says:

      I kinda think they have to- Berman seems to have said that a cba signed and agreed upon by 2 parties is worth less than the paper it was written on. Goodell probably has to ride this storm out through to the end. It’s kind of a referendum on him, now.

      • The Flying Pig says:

        On one hand – I’m just tired of the story
        and now the patriots get to play victim all season

        On the other hand, I agree with you
        If you don;t appeal something like this you say – going forward if you don;t like what the league does, go to Fed Ct

        I really think the right thing for J Berman to do was to throw the appeal to the fed ct out and then the expectation for the players should be to the NFPLA, do a btter job with the CBA – its not like the issue with how much power the commish has did not come up when it was recently negotiated

        the NFLPA just didn;t see the fight through. So now they can go to Fed Ct and undo that…that’s kinda bs

      • Try Pod says:

        Well, with a lot less education than you on the subject, I agree lol

  90. CavalierKong says:

    Congrats, Jetsssuck. You guys will have your QB for the season unless the NFL somehow wins on appeal.

    The way I see it If we’re going to dethrone you guys, I’d rather do it with your team intact rather than give Pets fans the “no Brady” excuse so in one sense I’m happy, and the Pets did get clobbered with the loss of picks and fine so there was punishment.

    On the other hand we’d obviously have a better chance of taking the division with Brady out and I do want a division win!

    • jetsssuck says:

      how come you are congratulating me about ruling? I followed case and gave a opinion of what I thought was correct. I don’t like the pats but I believe in treating people fairly even if means my team will be at a disadvantage. Maybe some on here want any advantage that will help there team rightly or wrongly. I rather beat the patriots fairly and by the way my family has had ticketss since 68

      • CavalierKong says:

        So you believe Brady and the Patriots did nothing wrong and are just constantly accused of cheating because of their success?

      • CavalierKong says:

        I don’t want an advantage regardless of right or wrong. I think the Pets constantly cheat and get away with it. I believe the Wells report is flawed and the NFL was incompetent in their handling of the balls at halftime but I also believe there is enough evidence of systematic cheating by the Pets and I’m tired of them flaunting the rules and getting away with it.

      • jetsssuck says:

        I don’t know what systematic cheating you are talking about but if they are proven to be true then I would want them to charged to the fullest extent as I would us to be charged.

    • CavalierKong says:

      How about my original question? Do you think Brady and the Patriots did nothing wrong and that “The deflator” really was just a term defining weight loss?

  91. Al in MIA says:

    12:20 p.m.

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league will appeal a federal judge’s ruling striking down Tom Brady’s four-game suspension in “Deflategate.”

    Goodell said in a statement Thursday that it’s paramount to protect the integrity of the game and his office’s responsibilities under the collective bargaining agreement with players.


  92. Al in MIA says:

    No way Goodell keeps pushing this unless the owners (Jerry Jones & Bob McNair among them who have been vocal during the process and have had negative words for the Patriots demeanor) are behind this push (much like the NFLPA behind the Brady court push).

  93. sb7mvp says:

    Salt -N- Pepa might have something to say about it too

  94. The Flying Pig says:

    Looking good

    • Try Pod says:

      Without the Orange seats, the hurricanes will not fit in as well with their shade of green.

      • The Flying Pig says:

        they need their own stadium

      • Try Pod says:

        Agreed- but the banana republic that is Miami Dade will never get that done- and Miami is a poor private school, comparatively. They’d need a much better booster system than the one they have in place now.

  95. The Flying Pig says:

  96. stangerx says:

    Abramson brings up a nice point. Our last five might not be easy…….but no cold weather either.

    “Miami closes the season with four of five at home: hosting Baltimore and the Giants, traveling to San Diego and then finishing at home against the Colts and Patriots.”

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I mentioned that when the schedule came out
      No cold weather games is the first thing I look for…lol

    • The Flying Pig says:

      the toughest part of that schedule is between week 8 and week 12
      If we went 2-2 in that span I would be happy
      6-0 first six games
      2-2 next 4
      4-2 final 6 games

      that’s 12-4
      lets do it!

  97. The Flying Pig says:

  98. Tim Knight says:

    The suspension for Brady was never about being an advantage for the Dolphins to me, it was about the Pats shenanigans over the years and enough is enough.

  99. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 3, 2015 at 12:42 pm

    No doubt the NFL screwed up.

    lol, ok. so then why are you arguing with me. admit it, you just like my attention dont you

  100. Try Pod says:

    Glad to see you and your great sense of humor here.

  101. Al in MIA says:

    True on the Hurricanes home games. Maybe with today’s technology they can just find a way to filter the aqua color on screen with a green one LOL.

  102. Al in MIA says:

    Flying Pig,
    The county/city politics in South Florida are a joke to be frank.
    The most obvious site for a Canes stadium would be Tropical Park over the existing grounds of a football/track stadium that was just renovated (after 20 years of nothing) over the last 8 months for this new HS season.
    They need to work on something there.

  103. finfanrob says:


    like all the hype for the season and what not. i am just a bottom line guy. bottom line brady got away with it. it is all a fucking joke.

    i am really glad to hear the nfl is going to appeal the decision. i think that gives them some character.

  104. finfanrob says:

    Al in MIA says:
    September 3, 2015 at 1:08 pm

    True on the Hurricanes home games. Maybe with today’s technology they can just find a way to filter the aqua color on screen with a green one LOL.

    if its for the canes home games, that would mean they have to do that for 50,000 empty seats

  105. finfanrob says:

    Try Pod says:
    September 3, 2015 at 1:15 pm

    Yep- right down Bird road is all the land you need, and it’s not terribly far from campus.

    yeah, and all the need is like a 12,000 seat stadium

  106. finfanrob says:

    Try Pod says:
    September 3, 2015 at 1:13 pm

    Good point- at least for the tv audience. Those four in the stands are screwed.

    there fixed it for ya

  107. CavalierKong says:

    How about my original question? Do you think Brady and the Patriots did nothing wrong and that “The deflator” really was just a term defining weight loss?

    • Tim Knight says:

      LOL, how they forget all the lies leading up to this point.

      • CavalierKong says:

        Right? I mean there aren’t a lot of people that thought the NFL handled this well, but the circumstantial evidence is plain to see. The idea that some stupid equipment guy is just going to decide to do this all himself is absurd. Not to mention the Pets FIRED him, lol.

    • jetsssuck says:

      yes I believe he was nicknamed that for his weight. It could be also his nickname for preparing balls for inspection before games which teams are allowed to adjust to anything between 12.5 to 13.5 lbs. I don’t believe no one can deflate 10 balls in 1minute 40 seconds as the wells report says.I think he honestly went to the last bathroom before hitting the field. I know sometimes I spent a minute or two pissing and then adding washing my hands takes time. How anyone can deflate all the balls in the bag in 1.40minutes is very hard to do.The camera’s filmed him everywhere from the referee’s room to the bathroom and then the field and he was not filmed while the bathroom for 1 minute 40 seconds.

  108. finfanrob says:

    Try Pod says:
    September 3, 2015 at 1:18 pm

    It would be a start…

    i would be happy if they just start winning 10-11 games a year again

  109. Al in MIA says:

    if its for the canes home games, that would mean they have to do that for 50,000 empty seats
    LOL. They can invest in alot of canvass covers (the same shit the Marlins did at home games there).

  110. Al in MIA says:

    There is no shortage of drama this mid day.
    Kraft in his response today says he blames NFL lawyers and not Goodell (what an ass kisser).

  111. Al in MIA says:

    I still maintain as to why would Tom Brady discuss a reduction of penalty to 1 game (admit to taking even 1 game penalty) if there wasn’t some sense of rules violation on his part?

  112. finfanrob says:

    Try Pod says:
    September 3, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    I think golden will have to go before that happens.

    that should have happened last year.

  113. finfanrob says:

    CavalierKong says:
    September 3, 2015 at 1:20 pm

    How about my original question?

    now that right there is ape like thinking. thinking a troll would have a rationale discussion with you.

  114. stangerx says:

    Not sure if it was mentioned before, but Mando says the Phins are shopping Will Davis.

    Not sure if that is good or bad. Putting aside the guy isn’t up to snuff…….seems they both think he might have trade value and that they like the guys they have going deep. Dude is on a rook contract.

  115. Rockphin says:

    The NFL still hasn’t taken any additional measures for game balls before games.

    Not true Jetsuck. I read an article the other day that laid out a substantial change to how game balls will be treated and protected. They have already instituted changes to prevent this from happening again. I cannot find the link right now.

  116. sb7mvp says:

    Thanks Try

    What say you about Volin Stanger?

    • stangerx says:

      It was on the board yesterday. Volin tweeted that you’d tried to join (assume his blog or something) and that it got lost in the mix. 98% positive it was you rather than another familiar handle…….you can check.

      • stangerx says:

        Just checked. My bad dude — quick reading and bad memory made this to be something other than it was.
        The Flying Pig says:
        September 1, 2015 at 3:54 pm
        sb7mvp says:
        September 1, 2015 at 9:27 am (Edit)
        I miss Ben Volin

        I just realized we got a message from SB7MVp that wasn;t approved until now
        If you are still out there…welcome to the site
        You should be able to post now without any issues

  117. Tim Knight says:

    Kong, it’s a total joke.

  118. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 3, 2015 at 1:33 pm

    Oh yeah they’re going to great lengths this year with officials and security personnel only moving the balls around.

    but….but…..but….wait. why? i mean that is stupid. every pats fan along with every expert commentator has said that the psi in the footballs really doesnt matter. it really has no effect on the game. so why all the security?

  119. Rockphin says:

    innocent man was being charged for doing nothing wrong. This is a victory for labor and being that labor day is close its a victory for all.

    FUCK ALL! He is not innocent and the judges findings didn’t even address guilt or innocence. The NFL broke procedure that is all. The fucking piece of shit cheater told the attendants to let air out of the ball. You believe the BULLSHIT that the “deflator” was just loosing weight? Please. Party on Garth.

    • Tim Knight says:

      That’s the same mentality that elects the liars and cheats into public office in this country. They believe the BS.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      That is basically the long and short of it

      The NFL botched everything
      if you can make any argument in favor of Brady, you can say “there was not string enough evidence to punish him”

      But that is not exactly innocent

  120. Mike E. says:

    Hey SB7! Good to see you on! How’s life?

  121. ocalahowie says:

    How much you wanna bet that up here in the Orlando area we get stuck with the Yuc’s announcers for tonight’s game

  122. The Flying Pig says:

    I think the best thing to the NFl to do is to drop this idea of an “investigation” everytime a contraversy appears

    Its just makes a mountain out of a molehill
    they could have easily treated this like too much pine tar on the bat and punished Brady

    • wyoming85 says:

      Big E ‏@ian693 2m2 minutes ago
      I guess if O.J. Simpson can get away with murder, #TomBrady can get away with deflating footballs. #LegalSystemWorks

    • jetsssuck says:

      I have to wonder how they are going to let teams prepare new out of the box super bowl balls. You know they let teams prepare balls of individual teams with different leather conditioners and conditioners of the teams discretion during the regular season and playoffs

  123. wyoming85 says:


    Stewart MandelVerified account
    Five Rutgers players arrested on charges of robbery, burglary while armed, and conspiracy to commit an armed robbery.

  124. finfanrob says:


    what the f-ing hell. you are such a dick. like brady getting away with cheating wasnt enough bad shit for the day now you have to go and remind me of my poor tent. now i am going to cry.

  125. CavalierKong says:

    Thanks for answering the question. If you believe that, then you believe it. I think we’ve reached the point where there is nothing else constructive to say except for – GO DOLPHINS!! Cheers.

  126. finfanrob says:

    i thought the biggest reason for brady’s punishment was for his non-cooperation with the investigation. if that was the case, how can the court over turn anything. it is a fact he destroyed his phone and didn turn over evidence.

    • manitobafinfan says:

      and at the same time as part reason for overturn “Brady was also denied equal access to investigative files, including witness interview notes, and wasn’t permitted to examine one of two lead investigators”, the judge said.

  127. finfanrob says:

    wyoming85 says:
    September 3, 2015 at 1:50 pm


    Stewart MandelVerified account
    Five Rutgers players arrested on charges of robbery, burglary while armed, and conspiracy to commit an armed robbery.

    to bad they dont play in the nfl. all they would have to do is appeal it and they courts would over turn it

  128. sb7mvp says:

    Mike E,
    Life is busy

  129. finfanrob says:


    thanks. i didnt see that. appreciate it.

    see tim, all you have to do is give me information. you dont have to attack my tent all the time.

  130. Rockphin says:

    jetsssuck says:
    September 3, 2015 at 1:30 pm

    yes I believe he was nicknamed that for his weight.

    Then everyone should just stop talking to you about it. SMH

  131. finfanrob says:

    ‘Then everyone should just stop talking to you about it. SMH’

    finnnnnnaaaallllyyyyy, some one besides me gets it.

  132. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 3, 2015 at 2:09 pm


    ya think. ya, it is unreal. geeezzeeee timmie, relax. dont be so uptight all the time. its just a joke.

  133. Tim Knight says:

    Here’s a photo of Tom Brady testifying before the judge.

  134. Mike E. says:

    and at the same time as part reason for overturn “Brady was also denied equal access to investigative files, including witness interview notes, and wasn’t permitted to examine one of two lead investigators”, the judge said.
    Since when are the people who are being investigated given privilege to see what the investigators find? I don’t think I’ve ever seen that before, and I frankly don’t understand it.

    • manitobafinfan says:

      And would his destroying the phone not fall under this same heading ??

      • Mike E. says:


        That seems to get pushed aside somehow. Excellent point. The NFL tries to gather evidence, but it is stonewalled by the destroyed phone, but Brady should have been able to see what evidence was gathered against him. Bizarre.

  135. Mike E. says:

    I thought that guy looked familiar. I never realized it was Brady doing those Geico commercials. lol

  136. drg says:

    Like most cases where both sides have the means to appeal things endlessly, this has moved beyond whether laws/rules were broken and level of guilt. Everyone outside of Boston knows the patsies will use any means available to them if they think it gives them an edge and they can get away with it. Not totally different from a lot of members of the NFL, but they seem to excel at it better than anyone else. The fact that most people view their accomplishments with an asterisk is good enough for me. Let’s get on with football and move beyond this crap.

    Headed to watch my Utes tonight against the Harbaughs. Go Utes! Go Fins!

  137. Mike E. says:


    Are there two utes, or are there more? lol

  138. finfanrob says:

    mike e

    hey btw. since i got mad respect for you. i just wanted to let you know i did go back to the ask mike then skipped right past the article. i mean if you go the the trouble that is the least i can do for you.

  139. Mike E. says:

    LOL @ Rob – Thanks.

  140. stangerx says:

    Anyone thinking of it — you can only get my #2 by peeling it off my cold middle-aged corpse. 🙂


    17-year-old Davon Luckett and 19-year-old Reed Williams pulled a gun on a juvenile near his school bus stop and robbed him of his “Chrome” Air Jordan VI Lows.

    “You need to come up out of those shoes,” one of the robbers allegedly told the victim before cocking his gun. The men absconded with the kicks, which had just dropped last Saturday.

    One of the perps posted pictures of the haul on social media. It didn’t take long for police to identify the men and issue arrest warrants, hitting both with felony aggravated assault and armed robbery charges.

    BUT WAIT — it gets even worse. “Davon Luckett was wearing the stolen Jordan VI sneakers at the time of the arrest,”

  141. finfanrob says:


    stanger wears a #2

    what are you related to david.

    • stangerx says:

      LOL — given the context, you had to do a couple connections to get that one in though.

      • D says:

        Didnt take much thought to connect those dots though lol…its practically a straight line of dots given the MANY time we have heard that story.

  142. CavalierKong says:

    Big series between the Bucos and Cards this weekend! I never watch regular season MLB but I’m setting time aside to watch this series. It’s going to be fun.

    Including this weekend the Cards still have 12 games left against the Pirates and Cubs.

    • Mike E. says:

      All 3 teams are impressive. The Cards are just out of this world, but anything can happen in a series though, even a 7 game series.

      • CavalierKong says:

        Cards are definitely beatable. Our pitching is great but our hitting is very streaky. And neither the Bucs nor the Cards want to get stuck in a one game playoff. This weekend is going to be a serious fight.

    • stangerx says:

      Bigger series for us than you guys. Right now I’m worried about not getting swept by the Brewers tonight.

      Not sure how sound the methodology but some computer site said the Pirates have like an 8-9 percent chance at the division today……think that about right. BUt yeah I’ll be watching.

  143. finfanrob says:

    anybody see this few days ago

    i got to say, if my wife was making $600 bucks and hour i would be telling that bitch to get on her back 5-6 times a week and make $150K or so and i will stay home and take care of the house. LOL

  144. drg says:


    We are legion.

  145. drg says:

    Nice link, Cav. That always cracks me up. And thanks Stanger! Only one more Sunday without the NFL….

  146. finfanrob says:

    Mike E. says:
    September 3, 2015 at 2:48 pm

    All 3 teams are impressive.

    i dont follow the cubs, but know joe maddon left here for there. from what i know is the cubs use to be bottom dwellers. so did the cubs pick up some talent of is maddon that good of a coach he has them contenders now

  147. D says:

    There has been no exoneration of Brady, no vote of innocence, only proof that the Judge felt that the evidence supporting his guilt and the penalty levied did not seem consistent with one another. They rule to dismiss the 4 game suspension, which is different from saying he did’t deserve any suspension. They were not there to change the ruling but to determine if the ruling was just. All the talk of innocence is misplace, only one piece of evidence could have proven innocence and guilt and the person that would have benefited most from being proven innocent chose to destroy it instead of bringing it forward. The judgement of innocence can therefore only be reasoned out using common sense.

  148. D says:

    Anyone think they let Suh/Wake/Mitchell/Vernon play a little in this game. Im really hoping to see them smash Jameis. I know we plan on sitting most of our starters, but sometimes they let the big guys go, like OL and DL for a few series, just to continue to gel as a unit.

  149. manitobafinfan says:

    Still Looking for 5 more entries for a Fantasy league for our Bloggers..

    if you are interested fire me an email at and I can send out an invite.. apparently that is easiest..

    Herd: if you can send me an email, and a draft time that may work better for you, I am sure we can make something work..

  150. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 3, 2015 at 3:18 pm

    The Cubs are loaded with young talent and Madden is very good.

    yes he is, watched him for 8 years with the Rays. he is not only very good but seems a very colorful guy and one the players like and respect.

  151. son of a son of a shula says:

    My guide shows that the game will be on both 27 and 9. I would bet the 27 feed will continue to be the Fins feed. They showed all 4 last year too. I really like this arrangement.

  152. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 3, 2015 at 3:18 pm

    The Cubs are loaded with young talent and Madden is very good.

    oh yeah. and wtf do you know about baseball, you are a mets fan

  153. The Flying Pig says:

    Non Brady post

  154. jetsssuck says:

    I heard brady was smiling so much he got another endorsemnt from Col Gate

  155. getterdone says:


  156. son of a son of a shula says:

    Big night for Freeman tonight. I really hope he does well. He’s much better suited athletically to run this team if the unthinkable were to happen. I image he’ll get extensive playing time tonight. MBT ain’t ready, probably never will be.

    • Tim Knight says:

      He does have a connection with Hickey.

    • steveccnv says:

      Why? No one else is going to sign him, if something does happen to RT we could always bring him back, but by cutting him you use a roster spot for someone that might actually get on the field at some time during the game.

  157. BoulderPhinfan says:

    I hope brady gets what he deserves next thursday night

  158. Mike E. says:

    Steel Curtain looks more like Satin Curtain

  159. son of a son of a shula says:

  160. Mike E. says:

    LMAO!! Look at the picture of Weeden to the right.

  161. getterdone says:
  162. Rockphin says:

    yes u did…was it the same website?

    No, I don’t remember which site it was, the body seems to have been cut and pasted from the same place, but there were no videos on the page that I read it from. Might have been PBP that i read it on…..Not sure or I would have posted it earlier.

  163. Rockphin says:

    So, Josh McNary (ex-backup LB & ST player for the Colts) was found not guilty on all charges stemming from a rape allegation last year. He was put on the “commissioner’s exempt list” back in January. I wonder if the Colts take him back now or if his NFL career is over because he brought the wrong girl back to his place?

  164. Rockphin says:


  165. D says:

    Fred Jackson cut is stirring some stink in Buffalo it seems. Apparently the GM did this without really consulting with Ryan or Russ Brandon, the teams president. Now the cutting was his decision to make, but Ryan isnt use to not being in control of the moves made and a lot of backlash from cutting of such an favored player has brought a lot of scrutiny towards the administration from fans.

    Damn can Rex go anywhere and bullshit not follow him lol. He’s already promising Superbowls and getting in a power-struggle with the GM.

  166. steveccnv says:

    This deflategate couldn’t be going better, just like I’ve said all along drag it out as far as possible, keep Brady’s mind off of the game (NFL appealing today’s decision). I want the league mad at the cheats to the point that they stop getting all the calls, fuck the suspension.

  167. The Flying Pig says:

    Parker is starting tonight
    but his Qb is Bethel-Thompson whatever whatever his name is

    • jetsssuck says:

      i heard they want to get him in the game to get some plays under his belt. Maybe a series without even getting the ball thrown his way is possible.

    • steveccnv says:

      That’s dangerous against some hack that isn’t going to make an NFL roster.

      • jetsssuck says:

        sort of sounds like jake long vs dallas in pre season. I think they will just line him up in a game situation without risking any contact. Let him get a couple of plays in to let him run on ankle to gain confidence going

  168. steveccnv says:

    Omar is talking about RTs dinking and dunking, but what he doesn’t mention is his mid-range to deep WRs have been out at some pt in the preseason. When we’re at full strength come opening day lookout.

  169. BoulderPhinfan says:

    parker playing is good news for today after a series of shitty news.

  170. D says:

    Im kinda waiting for the Barkley cut, id rather have Barkley than Moore with how Moore has played this PS. I think the coaches like him too, they apparently tried to work a trade for him before draft.

    As an alternate plan I like Shane Carden too but only as a PS guy for this year. Keep Moore this year and see what we have in Carden next year. He is extremely good intermediate range passer, lacks a big arm so his deep passes are not as true, but given our offense works best off mid range, i dont think it would be a hindrance to eventually have him as a backup.

  171. steveccnv says:

    Stem E. Berry ‏@STEM08 · 2h2 hours ago  Oviedo, FL
    Cause he’s a dick? RT @SunSentinel: Watch: Why is @OmarKelly not comfortable with #Dolphins depth? ht #XOmar


    LOL, poor Omar, brings it all on himself, but…

  172. Mike E. says:

    The LIVE blog starts soon. That’s good, I’ll get some quick info on how our guys are doing.

  173. Tim Knight says:

    Good to see Parker playing tonight, he’s been working up to it. If he can play in this game, he can play on opening day.

  174. Mike E. says:

    Curious to see how the LIVE blog works out

  175. Tim Knight says:

    Game time!

  176. BoulderPhinfan says:

    does anyone have a non link? I canceled my subscription by mistake

  177. ocalahowie says:

    Oh No
    Now I’ve got to do a twitter to talk during the game…
    Give me a break. It was all I could do just to get this blog to work

  178. Tim Knight says:

    Our DL is going to be a problem for opponents. Very talented and deep.

  179. son of a son of a shula says:

    come to the Ask Mike blog

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