Game Wrap up with the Little Prawn: Dolphins @ Jacksonville


Dolphins Lose

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  1. getterdone says:

    Mike E, I know, it’s baffling…..maybe Suh has something going on in his personal life that has him off kilter, like everyone after his King’s Ransom….it surely can’t be the scheme I hope. 😉

    • D says:

      I think part is not scheming to utilize him, like i was saying before was run some DL twists, call for some stunts, use him better, move him around. Second part is they just cut his legs, again mostly because we are allowing them to by not doing shit on the DL as far as defensive scheming.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I’ve seen us do basically everything you suggested, especially bringing LBs into the gap. Misi was doing it all day.

  2. getterdone says:

    Al in MIA says:
    September 21, 2015 at 4:47 pm
    Today is World Peace Day apparently….
    Everywhere but here it seems 😛

    No, it’s ‘piece’ day here. Everyone wants a piece of Philbin, Lazor, & Coyle’s ass….lol

  3. D says:

    Al in MIA says:
    September 21, 2015 at 4:48 pm
    Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) | Twitter

    17 mins ago
    With Dion Jordan suspended and Will Davis traded & Gillislee, Sturgis, Jones gone, Fins have Taylor, Thomas, Jenkins, Sims from 2013 draft.
    How does that mean utter fail Mike, we have 5 of the 7 still on the team. Gills was a mistake to cut. Davis and Taylor, were drafted back to back incase Grimes didnt pan out, so when he did one was bound to get cut or traded and Sturgis, well that one didnt work out. Jordan is really the biggest shocker and that horse has been beaten so many times i dont want to start it again.

  4. getterdone says:

    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the Saints fear Drew Brees (shoulder) could miss “several games.”
    There was an unconfirmed internet rumor making the rounds Monday that Brees has a torn rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder. Vegas has installed the Panthers as whopping nine-point favorites over the Saints for Week 3. Signs now certainly point to Brees missing action, despite the Saints’ attempts to publicly downplay the injury on Monday. Stay tuned for updates.
    Romo, Brees, wow….glad we got Ironman #17.

    • D says:

      Was talkign with a few people today and i think we may be looking at the last couple of years for Brees. Manning probably after this year, Brees after next, Brady….at this rate sometime next decade.

  5. D says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 21, 2015 at 5:01 pm
    I’ve seen us do basically everything you suggested, especially bringing LBs into the gap. Misi was doing it all day.
    Tim i saw 0 twists, and only a couple shifts. We did last game bring the LB’s more. I said so if you read back, but we did very little to none the first game. We have to shut down gaps this next game so we need to do even more of it. We are not mixing up the defense at all. Same basic formation every time.

  6. getterdone says:

    I think Coyle & Philbin really sold themselves on being good enough rushing 4 after signing Suh.
    When we do get into desperation blitz mode, the offense was expecting it, could see it coming and usually picked it up well.

    I wanna see some aggressive stunts, blitz pkgs early on with a teams 1st series….try to do something disruptive to ‘Set the Tone’.
    We need to get opposing OL’s on their heels early….takes their OC & QB out of their comfy scripted plays…..and can give our offense the ball in a good spot to get that coveted and mentally necessary early lead.

  7. Mike E. says:


    We had the #12 pick, along with the #42 and #54 in the 2nd, and then in the 3rd, we had the #77 and #93, along with our regular complement of picks. It was a disaster D. Not sure there is any other way to look at it. Our 12, 42, and 54 were thrown in the garbage. That’s a frigging disaster!

    • getterdone says:

      The #93 pick is now gone for a ‘conditional’ 7th round pick in 2016.

      • D says:

        We shoulda got more for him.

      • jetsssuck says:

        GETTERDONE- I have to APOLOGIZE for questioning you about aviator Marines serving on Navy ships. I saw yesterday where Marines have a squadron of marines on the USS Nimitz. They have ship to shore phones, along with women on the ships now a days. It was a documentary about life on carriers and it showed life on a carrier.It brought back memories of my 9 months on my boat. Nothing like my time but I guess they call it progress.

    • D says:

      54 was Taylor….

    • The Flying Pig says:

      the trade up for Dion is the push factor here
      and trading a 3rd rounder away for less doesn’t help

      but Jenkins, Sims and Taylor (and even Thomas) are important parts of this team
      this ends up being a shitty argument if we hit .500 wall again
      but for now – I’m hoping players like this make up the nucleus of a playoff team (trotters crossed)

  8. Tim Knight says:

    The Ravens may have been the only team to offer anything for Davis.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      Their secondary is poopoo

    • D says:

      They may have been, but doesnt mean ya take the deal if the value isnt there, unless you are saying they were desperate to rid themselves of him. I feel we could have gotten more. Its a chess game, he had value to them and more than 7th round value for us. Doesnt make sense to let him go for so little but it is what it is at this point.

  9. ocalahowie says:

    Evening Update
    GDP 27-17 MIA
    N/A 27-17 BUF
    Howie 35-10 BUF
    Piggy 20-17 MIA
    Try 24-13 BUF
    Bold 27-10 BUF
    MikeE 17-6 MIA
    Real 33-13 BUF
    AL 31-13 MIA
    GO PHINS!!!

  10. stangerx says:


    292.5 passing yards per game.
    3 TDs
    0 INTs
    66.3 completion percent
    101.7 QB rating

  11. getterdone says:

    jetssuck….no prob man….the military is changing all the time….heck, now we have peter pan appointed as the pentagon’s army secretary.

    Hell, next thing you know we’ll be training and funding terrorists to overthrow governments that don’t want to be ruled by the hegemony elites.

  12. getterdone says:

    Who was it Stanger? Was Brandon Fields converted to QB by the Cowboys?

    • stangerx says:

      With Romo out not a bad idea. Fields has a cannon, but it might take a bit of time to learn the playbook. If I was the boys, I’d go with him as the #2……they’d save a roster spot too.

  13. Al in MIA says:

    Reading some of the comments from the Week 1 Jags loss @ Carolina and it seems that the game was more about the Jags shooting themselves in the foot rather than Carolina being able to handle their own control.
    This was a comment from Bortles after that game:
    “”Obviously we struggled. We started slow. We had a lot of missed opportunities. It wasn’t so much what they did to us, but it was us beating ourselves. Its fixable things, which it’s good stuff to learn from. And we will learn from it and move on quickly.”

    That game was 10-9 Panthers at the half. 2nd half the Jags didn’t do crap (as they didn’t do much vs Miami as well yesterday but get the 3pts needed to win). For all this crap about the 5 sacks the Panthers had, 4 of them resulted in only a combined 4 yard loss total (two sacks came on same set of downs for -1 each).

    • Al in MIA says:

      Sorry, 3 were a combined 4 yards worth of losses (2 -1 sacks on same set of downs in 3Q). Keuchley had a sack in the 1st half in FG territory but on the next play the jags Allen Hurns fumbled it away near the 20 yard line. 2nd half Keuchley was gone due to concussion. The Jags also lost Joeckel near the end of the 3Q.

    • getterdone says:

      Jags are usually very scrappy team….they had more emotion yesterday. Our team acted like we expected to win by just going thru the motions.

  14. Evening Update
    GDP 27-17 MIA
    N/A 27-17 BUF
    Howie 35-10 BUF
    Piggy 20-17 MIA
    Try 24-13 BUF
    Bold 27-10 BUF
    MikeE 17-6 MIA
    Real 33-13 BUF
    AL 31-13 MIA
    GO PHINS!!!

    Gigi 28-15 BUF

  15. getterdone says:

    Don’t tell MF13, Shhh 😛

    Redskins waived CB David Amerson.
    Mike Mayock’s scouting report on Amerson coming out of North Carolina State included the memorable quip, “He gave up more vertical touchdown passes than any corner I’ve ever seen in my life.” Very often players don’t change their stripes from college to the pros, and Amerson remained a touchdown-allowing machine in Washington. Still only 23 years old with great measurable size and speed, Amerson should get a chance elsewhere.

  16. D says:

    Tanny has had some shitty throws, in spite of his pretty good yardage and rating, He also has missed reads of some wide open receivers, Landry on last play, Cameron for an east TD in the seams. He definitely has some shit to clean up but no its not all on him. He does share some responsibility though.

    • getterdone says:

      Missing other open receivers while completing a pass near by is a good thing….means more than one guy is getting open.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Yeah but no QB hits every play in a game. I’m more concerned about the pass rush, OL and run game. They have consistently struggled.

    • stangerx says:

      He’s erratic for sure……but then name me a perfect player? Total numbers are just that. And not such bad ones to have.

    • Al in MIA says:

      He left two big plays out there (Cameron one you talking about wouldn’t have been a TD cause the safety was rolling over high and Cameron doesn’t have the speed to beat him with his legs). Either way that was about 40-60 yard potential left out there. It will go down as a pressure stat because the right side of the OL allowed someone to barrel through and hit Tanny right as he released it.

  17. D says:

    At this point noone, outside of Landry and maybe Cameron really have no blame in this. Stills isnt really getting open. Jennings has a HUGE drop yesterday. OL all across the board has been sloppy both in getting penalties and in their blocking assignments. RB play has been poor. QB as stated above. DL hasnt gotten pressure, LB have either been schemed soft or they are playing soft, CB have looked bad in coverage, DE get stupid fucking penalties and not enough pressure on the QB.

    Jones would made my list too but he had some bad missed tackles in game 1. Overall he has played pretty good i think.

  18. CavalierKong says:

    I have zero confidence going into his game but I have to hope.

    Dolphins – 24
    Bills – 13

  19. BoulderPhinfan says:

    We replaced 24 players last year because according to some we didn’t have talent. Now with 24 new players its the same shit. So either our talent evaluator sucks or dare I say our coaches suck. You guys decide.

  20. BoulderPhinfan says:

    watch davis grab 2 INTs against us when we play the ravens later this year.

  21. Al in MIA says:

    By then Devante Parker will be fully integrated into the offense and soaring over defenders like him for touchdowns 🙂

  22. Al in MIA says:

    I’m wondering who is going to replace Davis on the roster now that he’s gone. They going OL route with the injuries mounting?

  23. sb7mvp says:

    A loss is a loss

  24. getterdone says:

    I wonder if we could take a look at Sam Baker or Anthony Collins as LT depth….Albert scares me & Fox worries me.
    Will Davis release opens the door.

  25. bat says:

    “I don’t care whether Suh is freelancing or not. Either way he’s not making anything good happen. Maybe he should freelance if he hasn’t.”

    Maybe he should freelance his money stealin’ ass back to Detroit.

    • getterdone says:

      Didn’t help him yesterday….crunch, pop pop goes the clavicle.

    • stangerx says:

      But yet the QB that line protects won’t be back behind center for 6-8 weeks after getting sacked yesterday. Go figure?

    • For all the money we paid to Suh I would have rather kept Odrick and get another DL and put major $$$ into the OL. Ross has money he just doesn’t spend it wisely. See: Suh & Mike Wallace. Also, what good is it if you have a $100 million QB with a (STILL) shitty OL? He’s gonna get killed he took some hard shots yesterday. We have no run game because we have no blocking, playcalling is almost as bad as Mr. Magoo.

  26. bat says:

    LMAO …The Fins o-line couldn’t hold blocks that long unless they were made of velcro..

  27. Dallas’ OL is by far 1,000 times better than the turds we have playing for the Fins.

  28. Romo gets injured a lot and he is kind of goofy when he runs (lol), but imagine Tanny behind the Cowboys line? Holy crap!

  29. bat says:

    See how a QB can slide right and left maintaining his throwing position behind a good o-line. Unlike Tannehill, who has to immediately retreat backward as the pocket disintegrates almost instantly.

  30. getterdone says:

    Got to question the HC, who hired the OC’s & asst coaches, who can’t seem to get the best out of them, or get them on the same page, who all seem to have a flawed approach/system to the game that isn’t jelling with the different players that they keep acquiring…..vicious cycle of frivolity in 50 games so far.

  31. Al in MIA says:

    Let’s not write off Suh after 2 games Bat LOL.
    They did the same thing in Buffalo when Mario Williams got off to a slow start there and now they aren’t complaining about it.
    Regarding Haynesworth, the only thing Suh has in common with Haynesworth is his position & big contract.
    Suh’s work ethic is much better than Haynesworth; has always stayed in great shape.
    Suh has never missed an NFL game due to injury (just a couple for suspension).
    He’s under a new system and I expect perhaps some early nuances within the new system.

  32. stangerx says:

    Bat — not a fan of Tannehill’s pocket presence, but the kid’s nickname should be Timex. He takes the licking and keeps on ticking. There is a value to that.

  33. bat says:

    Stanger .. You’ll change your tune when Weeden has a career day as Dallas routs us later this year…lol

  34. bat says:

    Stanger … Tanny’s awareness and pocket presence leave a lot to be desired, but I think the porous o-line and Sherman trying to keep him frozen in the pocket contributed to the problem.

  35. getterdone says:

    I think Bat was saying Tanny has no pocket, so he has to retreat, no cushion or area to float back and forth.
    When Pouncey snaps the ball it looks like a WWE battle Royale or a San Quieten prison break.

  36. bat says:

    Al .. I have plenty of hate to go around after this pathetic start, but Suh and his three tackles are worthy of special loathing.

  37. stangerx says:

    Bat — just repeating myself, but Tanny’s numbers have improved this year. I do have problems with the OL but it is more in the running game.

  38. getterdone says:

    I guess John Benton has lost his pixie dust 😉

  39. bat says:

    Stanger .. The problem with the running game starts with the play calling. When slow developing stretch plays out of the shotgun are your staple, there’s a good chance you will not be successful

  40. Who cares if Tanny has better “numbers”?? He threw it 44 times yesterday (good stats and we LOST), he is NOT Dan Marino. We still cannot seem to score over 20 points….he makes some really great throws and others makes you scratch your head…he is inconsistent. We had 4th and 1 and instead of looking at 2 guys open he throws a pass no one could get game over. He is not to blame at all for us losing, but he still has a way to go. Our overpaid, overhyped DL had ZERO sacks yesterday, the Jags had 2. Our defense gave up 396 yards our offense only had 386. Bad coaching, lack of talent on OL and depth i killing us — again. Buffalo has beaten us the pst several years made us look bad, hopefully we turn it around Sunday in the Aqua Dome of Death (I absolutely HATE that the whole stadium is aqua – Jaguars South).

  41. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 21, 2015 at 6:04 pm

    Yeah but no QB hits every play in a game. I’m more concerned about the pass rush, OL and run game. They have consistently struggled.

    yeah but that is not as near as easy to just blame the qb.

    i think we all know tanny isnt brady, manning or rogers. to expect him to win the game by himself is just asking for him to do thing he cant. he doesnt do that, like he didnt lose the game either. this team has far more worse problems then it qb, but that is the easiest target

  42. BoulderPhinfan says:

    tanny is not the problem. He’s the best thing going for this team and the only reason for any optimism. Without tanny I’m not sure where we’d be. We need to play D and run the ball better.

  43. Al in MIA says:

    Benton is only guilty of not teaching his less than stellar OL to hold as the Patriots do

  44. bat says:

    The fact that this team seems incapable of ever stating fast, points to a lack of preparation, focus and discipline. Either we have a roster of lazy, stupid underachievers or we have incompetent and useless coaches. I point to the latter as the more likely issue. I’ve been pounding the drum for blowing it up since Bazooka Joes first late season collapse. .. I will continue to do so through this current kabuki dance to 8-8

  45. bat says:

    Boulder … Tannehill is not the main problem here. Far from it. He’s not an elite QB and expecting him to overcome a flawed team beset by horrible coaching is not realistic.

  46. Al in MIA says:

    I’m frustrated overall but got to keep these last two games in context after 2 weeks of play. Jags weren’t exactly blown out by the Panthers (the total yardage was basically even with Jags a couple yards extra on similar number of snaps). The key in that game was the big pick 6 Bortles threw in the 3Q. The Jags WR dropped alot of passes in that one and Hurns fumbled the ball away inside the red zone in the 2Q when it was 3-3. Allen Robinson turned his ankle at some point in that game and was limited the rest of the way; LT Joeckel went down late in the 3Q which added the problems Jags had in the 2nd half (that weren’t a problem for them vs Miami).
    As for the Redskins, I got pissed for sure but then the Skins go out and blow up the Rams DL more than they did vs Miami with the running backs while Cousins managed to go 23-27 passing against that great Rams DL. Time will tell what happens with this team but it’s certainly frustrating as a fan to watch this.
    I think the Fins will let out their frustrations on the Bills in the home opener.

  47. Al in MIA says:

    Speaking of media bias….not ONE single outlet discussed how the Patriots almost blew the game away vs the Bills (Bills outscored NE 19-3 in Q4). The narrative was cemented from the get go “MASTERFUL PERFORMANCE”.

  48. bat says:

    “I think the Fins will let out their frustrations on the Bills in the home opener.”

    They will likely accomplish this by taking several idiotic personal foul penalties in the 4th quarter as Buffalo runs down the clock with a 20 point lead…

  49. bat says:

    Al .. When outcomes are scripted, results are less remarkable.

  50. BoulderPhinfan says:

    I agree with Gigi. Instead of spending 114 million on a DT we should have spent it on the o-line. No one player other than a QB is worth that much money. We thought we were getting reggie white or something.

  51. BoulderPhinfan says:

    I completely agree. But a good coach can win with tanny. And I bet if we get a new coach, tanny’s the main reason he takes this job. He’s a top 10 QB this year. IF you can’t get to the playoffs with a top 10 QB in the NFL you don’t belong in the club.

  52. bat says:

    Boulder … This staff will continue to stifle Tanny’s growth at the position. Hopefully he can get through this season without major injury. I look forward to seeing what he can do with solid coaching and game planning.

  53. getterdone says:

    AFC Conference….16 teams 4 Divisions……
    Being a Division Winner is only sure way of guaranteeing a playoff spot. So that’s what about a 25% chance your team will be in the postseason at the beginning of each new season = a lot of unhappy fans around the NFL each year.

    Miami just has to find that fine line, that edge that breaks thru those long odds.
    We have talent, so coaching is the next obvious culprit.

    If Joe Philbin and staff can coach, then they’ll show it by finding a way to win the next 2 games against division opponents and have us @ 3-1 (2-0 division)
    That’s something to build on….otherwise it’s gonna be a long odds season until be have our next regime change.

  54. bat says:

    “If Joe Philbin and staff can coach”

    GDP … Based on their past performance, what leads you to believe that is even a possibility? Surely this ability would have evidenced itself at some point during Bazooka Joe’s tenure if indeed it ever existed.

  55. getterdone says:

    3-1 (2-0 division)
    Man that just looks so pretty right about now, doesn’t it!

    Positive thoughts….from Jack Handy

    • Brian in NY says:

      Thanks Jack. I was discussing this with my boss, who is also a Dolphins fan, earlier today and laid out this exact scenario. We have a long way to go to get there. Let’s hope this happens. I like your positivity!

  56. olddolphan says:

    TWO ISSUES: #1) I DID NOT wait until Miami was 1-1 to call for his being fired. IN FACT, I called for his dismissal after his 2nd season when he was 6-10. I did NOT need 50 games to come to the obvious (to me) conclusion that Philbin’s not the man to lead the Dolphins into the future. IF ANYONE’s still of the opinion that Philbin is the best man for this job, all I have to say is you could NOT have followed the last 50 games very closely. Both Philbin and his assistants have done a less than satisfactory job of guiding this franchise. WHAT A SHAME we wasted two additional seasons with Joe STILL AT THE CONTROLS!! Had we replaced him after year 2, we’d be well on the road to recovery. BUT NOOO-O-O-O. Ross, and those who think like him, seemed OK with mediocrity. Ross, in fact, EXTENDED PHILBIN’S CONTRACT, as he’d done previously for Sparano just before firing Sparano!! –THAT may make sense to SOME of you, but it makes NO SENSE to me!
    ISUE #2) –There was a time when this franchise had true football geniuses for the positions of Head Coach and General Manager. TOMORROW, the Old Dolfan will take you back in time for the 1973 AFC Championship Game played in (where else??) the historic Orange Bowl!! –Early in 1973, the Oakland Raiders snapped Miami’s 18-game winning streak by beating the Dolphins in Memorial Stadium on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley. Miami, minus injured Paul Warfield, lost a 12-7 game. But THIS TIME WARFIELD WAS READY TO GO!! –Ken “Snake” Stabler bragged that the Raiders were THE BEST TEAM IN THE AFC just before this game. The Dolphins, and Paul Warfield, knew better. They understood that, in both the 1972 season and the 1973 season, Miami was UNDEFEATED in games played by Paul Warfield. –And they knew that 80,000 screaming maniacs would be urging them on —including YOUR’s TRULY and his BOYZ!!! –The Old Dolfan will put YOU on the 50-yard line for one of the most significant games in the history of this proud franchise – – – the 1973 AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME – – !!!!!
    Enjoy it, Dolfans, enjoy it!!

    • getterdone says:

      Mr. Itoldyouso, it’s good to see you….I look forward to your revisionism of glory days in tomorrows brief delusions of grandeur. 😉

    • getterdone says:

      OD, I hope the wife, you and all your incredible clan of grand kids & GGK’s are doing well.
      I sure hope we get a run of Shula type years or better again some day, even if it’s for a tight 7 year window.

  57. bat says:

    …”.otherwise it’s gonna be a long odds season until we have our next regime change”.

    Like it or not, that is what most likely awaits us.

    • olddolphan says:

      BAT: IN CASE you or anyone missed it, Philbin’s coached Miami for exactly 50 games. –His team has had the halftime lead IN ONLY 18 of those 50 games!! If it seems to you that Miami starts games frequently with a lack of intensity and focus, YOU’D BE RIGHT in that analysis.

  58. Brian in NY says:

    Let’s hope you’re wrong Bat, though I’ve seen nothing to think otherwise thusfar.

  59. bat says:

    Brian … Grasping at the crumbs of hope that this team tosses your way will only reap further disappointment and aggravation. Embrace the Hate! …You’ll feel much better…lol

  60. bat says:

    OD … This teams lack of preparation, focus and organization point an accusing finger directly at Bazooka Joe and his ramshackle band of nitwits posing as NFL coaches.

  61. finfanrob says:

    bat says:
    September 21, 2015 at 8:07 pm

    Embrace the Hate! …You’ll feel much better…lol

    without a doubt the most accurate thing bat has ever said.

  62. Brian in NY says:

    bat says:
    September 21, 2015 at 8:07 pm
    Brian … Grasping at the crumbs of hope that this team tosses your way will only reap further disappointment and aggravation. Embrace the Hate! …You’ll feel much better…lol
    LMFAO! You know what killed me yesterday Bat? Seeing my 7 year old son dejected at the end of the game. I hope these fuckers turn it around so he can enjoy some success in the years to come.

  63. finfanrob says:


    he is only 7. just tell him to suck it up and stop being a pansy. tell him he has another 50 years of torture before he just gives up

    either that or get him a sign on to this blog so he can vent.

  64. finfanrob says:

    ‘Like it or not, that is what most likely awaits us.’

    yep, why i for one am all for it happening now rather then later. start looking for a coach now and let him take over to judge the talent

  65. bat says:

    Brian … LOL … He’s only 7. Plenty of time to correct course. As a father, you should take the time to steer him in the right direction, that he might avoid many years of soul crushing dejection at the hands of Miami’s gridiron carnival act.

  66. Jahndoh30 says:

    ” IF ANYONE’s still of the opinion that Philbin is the best man for this job, all I have to say is you could NOT have followed the last 50 games very closely. ”

    Like hell I didn’t. There are many of us who watch every game multiple times. This kind of statement is so played. Why don’t you save your judgement for the team/players/coaches/owners and spare the rest of us.

  67. bat says:

    Instead of Jests/Colts, I’m watching pre season hockey between the Caps and Hurricanes … In my mind, the season is already over …lol

  68. Mike E. says:

    Pretty sure Brandon Weeden’s AARP card came in the mail last week.

  69. finfanrob says:

    ‘Why don’t you save your judgement for the team/players/coaches/owners and spare the rest of us.’

    but yet didnt you just do the same? even if i agree with you, everyones judgement should be about the team/players/coaches/owners you just did the same to him. you gave him your judgement about him while you told him to spare you his judgement.

  70. finfanrob says:

    damn, luck had hilton wide open and missed him. the colts should trade him for tanny

  71. wyoming85 says:

    I’ll come back later for a productive conversation!

  72. finfanrob says:

    ‘Lol! He giggles when he sees Rock’s avi;’

    that is fucking priceless.

  73. finfanrob says:

    wow, i put the game on and i think i have watched 3 or 4 plays and every play has been a penalty.

    once again just pathetic officiating this year. they are so interjecting them into the game.

  74. finfanrob says:

    ha ha ha, luck thinking he is tanny throwing inaccurate passes. i thought you could only throw inaccurate passes if you played for miami.

  75. getterdone says:

    Luck with the INT deep in Colts own territory.

  76. getterdone says:

    TD Jets.

  77. wyoming85 says:

    Joe W ‏@Joe_W_Dolphins 9m9 minutes ago
    The whole DL concept of keeping your shoulders square to line, getting your hands on OL, pressing him & controlling him is gone from this D

  78. The Flying Pig says:


    One day when you find yourself watching preseason parcheesee, you will know the season is truly over.,.lol

  79. D says:

    See no dance ng.

  80. finfanrob says:


    but you have to also notice he has holes to run thru

  81. The Flying Pig says:

    Brian in NY says:
    September 21, 2015 at 8:22 pm (Edit)
    bat says:
    September 21, 2015 at 8:07 pm
    Brian … Grasping at the crumbs of hope that this team tosses your way will only reap further disappointment and aggravation. Embrace the Hate! …You’ll feel much better…lol
    LMFAO! You know what killed me yesterday Bat? Seeing my 7 year old son dejected at the end of the game. I hope these fuckers turn it around so he can enjoy some success in the years to come.

    There is no greater sadness than seeing a young Dolfan
    (Piggy wipes a salty year from his face)

  82. getterdone says:

    Luck with a bad INT deep in Colts territory results in easy TD for the Jests.
    Luck on next drive, meh….now sitting on a 13.9 QBR

    Maybe we can trade Tanny to Indy for Luck straight up.

    Vinatieri misses 29 yd FG

    Hmm, me thinks it’s a team game when all players must play together effectively.

  83. bat says:

    Piggy … I’m a big fan of Mixed Martial Arts Parcheesi …

  84. wyoming85 says:

    James Walker ‏@JamesWalkerNFL 23m23 minutes ago
    So I’m going to provide five good things I see from the #Dolphins through two games this season. Are you ready, Miami tweeps?

    James Walker ‏@JamesWalkerNFL 8m8 minutes ago
    Dolphins positive No. 5: They will win some games you don’t expect. It happens every season, just like they lose some you don’t expect. #JAX

    James Walker ‏@JamesWalkerNFL 11m11 minutes ago
    #Dolphins positive No. 4: The two-minute offense is much improved. I know it’s early, but Miami’s O moves the ball well in those situations.

    James Walker ‏@JamesWalkerNFL 13m13 minutes ago
    Dolphins positive No. 3: MIA is a good third-qt team. Joe Philbin deserves some credit for halftime adjustments. *Ducks from flying objects*

    James Walker ‏@JamesWalkerNFL 17m17 minutes ago
    #Dolphins positive No. 2: Some Miami players are absolutely balling. S Reshad Jones and WRs Jarvis Landry, Rishard Matthews are among them.

    James Walker ‏@JamesWalkerNFL 19m19 minutes ago
    #Dolphins positive No. 1: QB Ryan Tannehill has a 101.7 passer rating. He hasn’t been perfect. But he’s doing well under the circumstances.

  85. finfanrob says:

    getterdone says:
    September 21, 2015 at 9:03 pm

    Luck with a bad INT deep in Colts territory results in easy TD for the Jests.
    Luck on next drive, meh….now sitting on a 13.9 QBR

    Maybe we can trade Tanny to Indy for Luck straight up.

    you are slow, i already said that

  86. finfanrob says:

    so thru 5 qtrs the colts have scored 14 points. ya think on colts blog they are saying luck it the problem

  87. ocalahowie says:

    I thought it was Weeden that came out of college when he was like 40

  88. finfanrob says:

    James Walker ‏@JamesWalkerNFL 19m19 minutes ago
    #Dolphins positive No. 0: I also like to pet my unicorn while watching football

  89. finfanrob says:


    in all honesty, everything you posted there by walker is true. but they fucking lost yesterday, so the world is coming to an end. lol

  90. ocalahowie says:

    Nightly Update
    GDP 27-17 MIA
    N/A 27-17 BUF
    Howie 35-10 BUF
    Piggy 20-17 MIA
    Try 24-13 BUF
    Bold 27-10 BUF
    MikeE 17-6 MIA
    Real 33-13 BUF
    AL 31-13 MIA
    Stang 21-10 MIA
    Gigi28-15 BUF
    Cav 24-13 MIA
    GO PHINS!!!

  91. finfanrob says:

    that is horrible call. once again the refs making themselves a part of the game

    • D says:

      Wonder if since he had one foot in the field of play and then went out of bounds in the endxone if that shouldn’t have been a safety.

  92. New Age says:

    As bad as the Colts have looked so far, they still have more yards at this point than we did all game. Things to think about…Lazor!!

  93. D says:

    Oh and FFR he hasn’t had much more than Miller on some of those runs but he went north and south when he hit the line. Maybe it’s cause he’s a um player but you guys can’t think the way Miller is running is good running can ya?

  94. D says:

    Should geld on to Davis. We coukda got a second round from Indy for a second Davis

  95. Ken says:

    What’s up FUers?

  96. Ken says:

    Looks like we are not the only team having to put our SB aspirations on hold. What the hell is wrong with Indy?

  97. The Flying Pig says:

    Something positive

  98. finfanrob says:

    D says:
    September 21, 2015 at 9:39 pm

    No I mean why they keep defending him. Lol

    come on now i have not heard anyone defending him. i know i have not and i dont think mike e was either. i know i pretty much agreed with you that he has done that some this year. i just have said over and over to be fair. it isnt like he has holes to run thru. most of his dancning it in the backfield with two or three guys in his face. should he just plant a foot and run, yeah. but not like he is the cause of a lack of rushing yards. or i should say his dancing is.

  99. Ken says:

    Howie: Miami 23 Buff 14

  100. The Flying Pig says:

    Here Suh get excellent penetration

  101. The Flying Pig says:

    Shepard not so positive

  102. The Flying Pig says:

    When we bring the safeties up they’ve been good

  103. The Flying Pig says:

    Tyler Varga sighting

  104. The Flying Pig says:

    Great throw

  105. Ken says:

    Luck missing a deep ball. I thought only Tannehill does that

  106. Ken says:

    Turn over by Luck

  107. finfanrob says:

    lol i think luck maybe on the trade blocks soon.

  108. The Flying Pig says:

    Not as bad as a throw as I initially thought
    Still not a good throw
    But I like Tanny throwing deeper like this

    • Ken says:

      That was kind of my thought on it. It wasn’t a great throw but it was not a terrible one and a nice play by the DB but he had enough muscle on the ball so it kept going after the tip.

  109. finfanrob says:

    Ken says:
    September 21, 2015 at 9:49 pm

    Luck missing a deep ball. I thought only Tannehill does that

    yeah but when luck does it it is cause of his skill, when tanny does it is is cause he sucks.

  110. The Flying Pig says:

    And this I want to see more of

    There are some positives to build on

  111. finfanrob says:

    Not as bad as a throw as I initially thought
    Still not a good throw
    But I like Tanny throwing deeper like this


    this is where tim is right. the other team has players too. players that make plays. that was a great play by the d back. it ended up a lucky catch but it was a good pass that the d back made a great play on

    • The Flying Pig says:

      But you can see Matthews slowing down
      The ball is just a little off

      It’s not a real bad throw
      I didn’t realize how good the play of the DB was on my first watch
      But I see room to improve too

  112. The Flying Pig says:

    Great catch
    Bad throw but Landry doesn’t care
    Always fun to watch Landry

  113. finfanrob says:

    There are some positives to build on

    nope, every game with every team have that. positive plays to build on. bottom line is all that matters

  114. finfanrob says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    September 21, 2015 at 9:57 pm

    But you can see Matthews slowing down
    The ball is just a little off

    didnt everyone last year bitch about wallace cause he didnt make adjustments. it was a better play by the d back, if he missed that it might have been a td.

    again, tanny isnt the reason we are winning games but he also isnt the reason we lost that game.

  115. The Flying Pig says:

    The season is a marathon not a sprint FFRob

    We need to build off the positives for now get someone going

  116. finfanrob says:


    and to you point of ‘room to improve’ fuck yeah. the whole team needs too. starting with the coaching

  117. finfanrob says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    September 21, 2015 at 10:00 pm

    The season is a marathon not a sprint FFRob

    first this isnt baseball or the nba. every game in the nfl counts. second, i did say before the season started i didnt care about the start but the finish. i just have lost all hope with this coaching staff. i would love nothing more then at the end of the season i am sucking crow and tell jahn and tim they are right. that the coaching is good.

  118. Ken says:

    Improvement starting with the coaching is an understatement. This team looks like it has been sleep walking. We made Suh look pedestrian. We traded for Kenny Stills but did the coaching staff forget that? We have a banged up Branden Albert but they only had 6 OL active for the game yesterday.

  119. The Flying Pig says:

    This is a good example of the lb, not the DL doing a bad job

    Jenkins is usually good
    I think Sheppard has been the biggest problem so far

  120. Ken says:

    Our LB play has been terrible. Jenkins is the only reliable one out there imo. Misi has not done anything and Shepard has been God awful

  121. finfanrob says:


    i think it is bat, OD and myself calling for the coaches heads. so no need to tell me how bad they are. and as far as lb’s or oline. when you invest a 100+ mill on one player you ignore everything else. and when after two games that player is invisible well that makes you 1-1 against teams that are not that good.

  122. The Flying Pig says:

    Jordan Ohillips has been good
    This ended up being a completion but good pressure

  123. finfanrob says:

    lol at gruden saying the jets are loaded on defense. you know he is thinking. let me coach them and i can dismantle that defense in two weeks.

  124. finfanrob says:

    is that luck or is that tanny in his uniform. how dare he over throw an open receiver

  125. Ken says:

    You guys have not been the only ones calling for the coaches heads. Mike E has been and I wanted Philbin after last year. The Green Bay fest game was the one that really turned it for me on Philbin. That’s when I lost it in regards to his coaching ability but like you I hope by the end of the year I can say as wrong. Unfortunately the early indications this year don’t look promising.

  126. finfanrob says:

    Katie Nolan ‏@katienolan 39m39 minutes ago

    yes, on day one at harvard they teach you to go after the replacement defensive player.

    lol, she gets it. but funny none of the dolphin coaches get that. maybe we need to hire Harvard grads

  127. finfanrob says:


    ok fair enough. maybe i should have said so far just year us 3. i dont think for one bit we are the only ones disgusted by the coaching staff.

  128. The Flying Pig says:

    Even if he loses
    Smart challenge by Bowles

  129. finfanrob says:


    hold on, wait. when did i give you permission to get out of my basement and speak you mind on here. i so dont remember doing that.

  130. finfanrob says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    September 21, 2015 at 10:24 pm

    Even if he loses
    Smart challenge by Bowles

    yep, as hard as it is to say the jets doing anything right but yep

  131. Ken says:

    so far Phillips looks more like what we thought Suh should look like for a fraction of the cost

    • The Flying Pig says:

      Suhs has taken a lot if heat
      But he hasn’t been so bad
      Just. It exactly dominant

      He is just being double teamed and blocked at the knees a lot
      Phillips is going against 1 guy in all the highlights

      I can’t get on the I hate Suh bc he got a big contract bandwagon
      His entire career has been beastly
      These last 2 games don’t define him

      Our LBs are making mistakes
      And most of us knew that would be a problem
      Our safeties seem to be making up for bad LB play in the 2nd half

      If we can ever get ahead early
      And we play a nickel base with 2 LBs our D might look better
      I think the lack of priority of the lb position in the offseason was done with an expectation to play a little more nickel packages and not so much 3 LBs
      Those LBs just aren’t very good

      In this case – I think it’s talent more than execution or coaching/play calling

  132. Ken says:

    fucking Colts suck worse than we do

  133. finfanrob says:

    wtf gruden saying missing an exchange. the exchange was perfect. gore just lost it

  134. finfanrob says:

    Ken says:
    September 21, 2015 at 10:28 pm

    fucking Colts suck worse than we do

    yes, but i am so dishearten by the fins now i cant even pull for the jets to lose. i would take even them winning the division over the pats.

  135. finfanrob says:

    Ken says:
    September 21, 2015 at 10:29 pm

    I stole the keys to the shackles

    lol, ok i will let you tell everyone that. like i even keep you shackled anymore.

  136. finfanrob says:

    so the colts d holding down the jets and so far not looking to bad. and the bills scoring at will on them and he bills coming back against the pats yesterday. that does leave little hope to what the bills will do to the fins d come sunday.

  137. Ken says:

    We need to see more Varga

  138. The Flying Pig says:

    Alright off the bed

  139. The Flying Pig says:

    Wow Colts

  140. Ken says:

    Horrible throw by Luck

  141. finfanrob says:

    wow, i sooooo wish we had luck over tanny

  142. finfanrob says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    September 21, 2015 at 10:38 pm

    Alright off the bed

    since when to pigs sleep in beds.

  143. Ken says:

    This game may be over very soon

  144. finfanrob says:

    ok a fucking late night phone call with a client. night all

  145. Ken says:

    And there one

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