Game Wrap Up: Jests @ Dolphins (London)

PrawnSuicide

Wait Prawny Wait!!! Don’t do it….we need a wrap up…

Thankfully I convinced this shellfish to hold off his NFL depression to give us a wrap up…

Oh…what’s that about the game?   Um…yeah probably not going to make anyone feel better to review it…but…

SuhAssumingPosition

In this pic, Prawny points out to us that the defense immediately assumed the position once again

The Dolphins gave up 207 yards on the ground in the game.  166 of those years were a career high by Chris Ivory, who plowed through defenders like Suh all game for extra yardage.  I don’t know how many yards after contact Ivory had….probably a ton.

For the 4th time this season (every game) the opposing team went up early in the 1st quarter.  The Dolphins have been down at least 2 scores from the start of the game in every game this season.

WakeLostinSun

And it’s not just the run defense.  There is no pressure on the QB consistently.  Some people question whether Wake even suited up…but he did…he just got lost in the sun

The Dolphins did not have a sack on Sunday.  They have 1 sack this year.

PrawnstabsMarshal

The Dolphins could not stop Brandon Marshall either.  Marshall had 128 yards on 7 catches.  He caught a 58 yard pass early which caused most of us to pound our head into the wall.

The Little Prawn has a proposed solution which he demonstrates in this pic.

I HATE YOU BRANDON MARSHALL!!!

Stillsshowsup

Moving on to the offense, it wasn’t good either.  Just 226 yards total offense.  The Dolphins avoided any major turnovers in the first half of the game but they didn’t move the ball at all.

The Dolphins game plan is basically to make sure they get short yards on one of the two first downs, zero yardage on another of the first two downs, then throw beneath the first down marker and hope a receiver breaks a tackle.  Sometimes it works…but its hard to string together a touchdown drive when this is the plan.  As Dan Fouts pointed out all game – you are asking your receivers to do a lot!

The good news is that we finally used Kenny Stills.  Who caught five passes for 81 yards and a touchdown.  Stills really can’t be blamed for any of the offensive woes this season.  The team is just not using him.  When they finally targeted him on Sunday it paid off.

PrawnStonebruner

And this guy caught another Touchdown!  That’s 2 for Stoneburner.  Prawny loves his name!

LandryPassion

One guy that always plays hard is Jarvis Landry.  Look at him leap says Prawny!  Landry lead the team in special teams yardage, was 2nd in receiving yards and lead the team in rushing yards.

The fact that Landry lead the team in rushing yards is not a good thing.  The fact that he did it on 2 carries is even worse.  The fact that Miller had only 7 carries is enough to drive any Dolfan crazy.  The running game has been horrible this year.  The Dolphins take themselves out of games early but even in the redzone late in the 4th quarter, they refuse to run the ball.

TannyinLondon

Speaking of letdowns in the 4th quarter…for a little while it seemed like the Jests and the officials were opening the door for the Dolphins to steal a game where they were thoroughly dominated.  But Tannehill’s touch in the redzone was as awkward as a priest in a playground.  It wasn’t happening.

Tanny was sacked three times and under a lot of pressure all game.  He finished completing 19 passes on 44 attempts for 198 yards.  He had two touchdowns and two interceptions.  Those two interceptions were in the redzone.

Melancholyjoe

It was enough to make Philbin’s blood boil…well maybe not.

WokeupforBS

I feel the same way Coach!  The good news is we can all sleep in next week.

BeachedDolphins 1-3

I guess we will see what happens this week…

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672 Responses to Game Wrap Up: Jests @ Dolphins (London)

  1. getterdone says:

    Alain Poupart @apoupartFins
    Ross: Dan Campbell certainly is a candidate for the permanent job. I talked to coaches he has played under and I spoke to Bill Parcells.

  2. Try Pod says:

    I hope the first thing Campbell does is get rid of “Manhattan”.

    • getterdone says:

      Yeah, that isn’t cool of Wake & Suh to act like they’re above everyone else, or be given preferential treatment.

  3. Ken says:

    O Rob:
    Bledsoe set a record for completions and attempts under Parcells as a HC. But in any event I think by the time Parcells was here he was not as interested in the job. He checked out rather than work with Ross.

  4. stangerx says:

    getterdone says:
    October 5, 2015 at 2:26 pm
    You’re overrated, I’m overrated, this whole damn blog is overrated!
    ——————-
    LMAO

  5. Tim Knight says:

    O Rob, pass to score doesn’t mean pass first. That’s how you make plays and score. Run to win means with a lead, run the ball, control the clock and keep your defense fresh. Phil Simms threw for over 4,000 yards under Parcells with the Giants when that was rare in the 80s. Then with Bledsoe in the early 90s in NE they threw it more than anyone but Curtis Martin also ran a lot. Balance! We’re on the same page believe it or not. 🙂

  6. sb7mvp says:

    Lol. It doesn’t take much to set you guys off. “Here’s an article that may or may not be true without any context but feel free to completely overreact in anyway.”

  7. D says:

    D says:
    October 5, 2015 at 2:56 pm
    Also i say, promote the PS, who picked off Tanny, guy he’s probably better than McCain. Im guessing it was Dowling. By end of the year id like to see Dowling and Lippett on the field.

    We should cut Grimes and Wake at the end of the year, open some cap room for the new coach, Vernon can be let to walk as well and we can draft Nkemdiche in the first round, without the trade up i assumed we would have to previous to our epic let down.

  8. The Flying Pig says:

    Let’s just pump the brakes on all the criticism for now

    The media is always looking for a whipping boy
    Philbin is gone now
    So we quickly move to Suh and Tanny

    If we still employed Ireland no one would be insulting these guys…lol

  9. Mike E. says:

    SB

    I believe we all acknowledged the context issue, and were discussing it from a hypothetical standpoint.

  10. getterdone says:

    James Walker ✔ @JamesWalkerNFL
    Interesting quote from new Dolphins interim head coach Dan Campbell: “I don’t want guys to just do their job. I want guys to dominate.”

    • getterdone says:

      LMAO

    • D says:

      I disagree with blaming Ross, Tannebaum or Hickey at this point. I dont see they have screwed this up. This was pretty bold of Ross to fire him right now, i think that shows he takes action when he needs to. He felt and so did most of us that things were trending int he right direction, he held on to Philbin and staff thinking it would get better, it looked like it was and now he has made a decision and moved on since its obvious its not. I wouldnt put this on Ross. He gave Philbin the appropriate time to prove he could do it, he failed, he fired him. Tannebaum and Hickey had no part of any of these hirings so again i dont see how they are to blame either.

    • stangerx says:

      Why does the New Times hate the Phins so much? It cooled down when the offseason looked like a good one, but guess its happy now and has turned it back on.

  11. getterdone says:

    D, everybody’s played like shit, not just Tanny. This team had no real semblance or continuity with the schemes, play calling, and overall coaching throughout the week and on game day.

    • D says:

      Dude, Tanny has cost us games with his bad play. Yes others have failed, but come on, you cant possibly not see how really off he is and how bad he is playing. He has to get better, plain and simple.

  12. finfanrob says:

    sb7mvp says:
    October 5, 2015 at 2:57 pm

    Lol. It doesn’t take much to set you guys off. “Here’s an article that may or may not be true without any context but feel free to completely overreact in anyway.”

    pretty much my sentiment. why i said i ignored it when i read it on twitter this morning. i will wait and see if any other facts come out before i care.

  13. Mike E. says:

    Gigi

    I don’t even want to read it. Can we move forward now?

  14. finfanrob says:

    getterdone says:
    October 5, 2015 at 2:55 pm

    Parcell’s to forever haunt FFR after that couch incident in 2010.

    i still cant get that stain out of my sofa. do you know how difficult it is to get an irritated hulk to have to sit in that stain. if you did you would be pissed off too

  15. Dan Campbell came here from Texas A&M and ask yourselves this: if he is so good why isn’t he a HC elsewhere or even an OC? Because he isn’t that good. Steve Ross is the dumbest NFL owner out there, he spends $$$ but is a clueless jackass.

    • stangerx says:

      Well he might not know football, but that “clueless jackass” still came from a middle-class background and turned it into six billion dollars. So seems he’s probably got at least some smarts.

    • Try Pod says:

      Gigi, at this point, what are the alternatives? We have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

  16. finfanrob says:

    D says:
    October 5, 2015 at 3:05 pm

    I disagree with blaming Ross, Tannebaum or Hickey at this point.

    i get that is OD’s and gigi’s thing. i can even agree ross has made a mess of this team, not like it wasnt before he got the team. but i dont get the point. it isnt like ross is going to say, ‘oh well i dont know how to own an nfl team, here who wants this damn thing’. we can ask, and as fans make enough noise to maybe have some minor input in a coaching change but bitching about the owner is just useless IMO.

    • Try Pod says:

      As long as he’s making money he’s not likely to sell. When the cost (emotionally, physically, financially, socially) is more than it’s worth to him, he will sell- or bequeath to his heirs.

  17. Try Pod says:

    SB7MVP,
    What would you need for context? I think the situation was clearly stated. And I think all anybody said as far as “anti-Tannehill” was that if it was true it is not the type of behavior they’d like from their qb, and on the homer side it was stated that Tanne should be able to say whatever he wants and it’s inconsequential. Seems pretty straightforward to me.

  18. Mike E: If you think we are moving “forward” by promoting Dan Campbell….well now. Steve Ross FUCKED UP when he mishandled firing Tony Sparano and kept that fucktard Jeff Ireland around; then he fucked up more by firing Ireland and keeping Philbin. A clean slate is needed, this team has gotten progressively worse.

    • Mike E. says:

      Let’s see what happens with the team. There’s plenty of time for a clean slate. This season is likely toast, so we have a whole 12 games to prepare how we choose our new staff, if we need one. We made a major move, we fired the HC, I’m optimistic from that alone. I’m willing to see how things work out. You have to start somewhere.

  19. finfanrob says:

    Gigi (@Mrs2620) says:
    October 5, 2015 at 3:06 pm

    Dan Campbell came here from Texas A&M and ask yourselves this: if he is so good why isn’t he a HC elsewhere or even an OC? Because he isn’t that good. Steve Ross is the dumbest NFL owner out there, he spends $$$ but is a clueless jackass.

    to late, i was already the first to say he sucks. so there…….i get to say i told you so first

  20. D says:

    The only critcism i cant understand here is the one saying Ross needs to sell the team or move it. Those have popped up here and it makes 0 sense. I wouldn’t follow this team if they left Miami. The Dolphins arent the Dophins to me in any other city.

  21. getterdone says:

    Ok, time for us all to hit the reset button…..thankfully Ross helped us do that and now is the time to get behind Dan Campbell for better or for worse. Let’s see where a fresher start can take us.
    Like I’ve said, it’s rare for a HC to be dumped 4 games in….so this gives or new HC (not gonna call him interim), a full 12 games and a bye week, 3/4 of a season to get us on the good side of .500.

    We can beat the Titans & the Texans look beatable too.
    That would put us at 3-3 with some new momentum & aggression!

    Go Dan!
    Go Phins!

  22. Ross was more concerned about putting in an “orange carpet” and having “celebrities” attend games; giving shares of ownership to “stars” like JLo, Marc Anthony, Serena & Venus Williams, putting in Club Liv — all this he did instead of getting the BEST PEOPLE to run this team; and for that I blame him.

  23. finfanrob says:

    try,

    the part is this…..if you have to say about an article ‘if it is true’ then why bother saying anything. pretty much anything after that has no merit.

    • Try Pod says:

      Look, I only said “if it’s true” because I try to be reasonable around here and not incite riots. Too many people are reporting this for it to not have some legs. And I don’t want to kill Tanne or his minions for their undying support. But many question certain aspects of his game and persona, and I was just asking if others had heard this to get their take. Most said “if it’s true” then it is not what they like to hear. Besides, it doesn’t matter at this point, as I think the entire team is being evaluated for the future. Each will show their true colors over the next few weeks and decisions going forward will be made.

  24. Enjoy the rest of your day folks.

  25. getterdone says:

    Ross needs to cut a check & send Gigi some hush money. Then she’d love his adorable grin. 😀

  26. D says:

    Gigi, Who Ross hired as interim doesnt really make much difference. Who he hires as the replacement will. Staff they are putting together right now is just a make it through the season staff. The year is pretty much a wash already, who we have as interim doesnt mean much in the long run. I guess my question is who you think he should have hired?

  27. Mike E. says:

    mittens

  28. sb7mvp says:

    Try,
    I didn’t need any context bc I don’t care what was said between teammates. I stopped playing the telephone game in kindergarten. I just thought the reaction was hilarious.

    • Try Pod says:

      Not sure what “the telephone game” is. Sorry if I seem so juvenile. Probably why my wife tells me to grow up.

  29. getterdone says:

    Try, as me being from the Tanny homer side, I never ‘stated that Tanne should be able to say whatever he wants and it’s inconsequential.’

    I’m sure he’s said some dumb shit, we all do. But I’m not gonna go all crazy over some beat writer in a mill of thousands to bash Tanny over hearsay razzing of a teammate.
    If you’ve even been in a locker room at any level you’d hear that kinda shit all the time.

    Let’s focus on the team’s coaching issues that has affected the players play/product on the field.
    Maybe we can still turn this season into a productive one. Who knows, but we gotta TRY.
    See what I just did there? 😉

  30. Mike E. says:

    OK – Who starts for the LA Dodgers Game 1? Kershaw or Greinke?

  31. New Age says:

    This team was constrained and I hope Campbell breaks it wide open. I bet Tanny gets lit up more but sounds like he needs it. You play like you practice and we were a bunch of pusses.

  32. finfanrob says:

    Try Pod says:
    October 5, 2015 at 3:13 pm

    As long as he’s making money he’s not likely to sell.

    kind of my point. nothing we say or do has any effect on ownership. so why bother with it.

  33. Tim Knight says:

    We are where we are, people are losing sight of the situation. Dan Campbell is the interim HC, that’s not going to change and it doesn’t mean it will bad either. It is what it is, why keep going back in time? I’m sure we’d all love to have that opportunity in life but it doesn’t work like that.

  34. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    October 5, 2015 at 3:24 pm

    We are where we are, people are losing sight of the situation. Dan Campbell is the interim HC, that’s not going to change and it doesn’t mean it will bad either.

    mmmm, not sure who is losing site. only one poster so far. i think everyone else thinks this is a positive move

  35. getterdone says:

    I think we all need to change into a kitteny soft Hanes tee shirt. Ahhhh 😀

  36. stangerx says:

    “He’s a hard-working guy, a really dedicated guy, and most importantly, a tough-minded guy. They made a good choice in going with him. He’s mentally tough enough to deal with the situation they have in Miami. That’s not an easy situation to take over. For Dan, or any coach for that matter. It’s a challenge. They’ve got some issues to deal with. But he’s a tough guy who will take the right approach and do a good job.”

    —- That’s Parcells on the new HC.

  37. finfanrob says:

    i dont know about you guys but i think try should just put down the damn telephone and just grow up

  38. Try Pod says:

    Tim, I’ll be happy if Campbell comes in and makes me feel like this team competes from kickoff to final whistle. I don’t expect to win any game in particular, but I want to see effort, adjustments and competing for the entire 60 minutes. Anything else we get will be gravy.

    • getterdone says:

      Agreed, and I think I’d be shocked if we saw anything less, especially after his rousing speech on how he’s a full on intensity & dominate guy.
      That’s what this team was lacking in the leadership role of a HC….Philbin was a smart nice guy, but you need fire and brimstone to compete in the NFL against the best of the best week in and week out.

      I hope Dan opens eyes and Ross has to man up on his statement about Dan being a candidate for permanent HC after the season if he does well.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Ditto! Right now it’s not fun for anyone and not competitive. I hope Campbell can at least get that out of the players because Joe did not. The team went 2-6 in Joe’s last 8 games. There you have it. Mr. T said the record spoke for itself and going back to the end of last year was a part of it.

  39. finfanrob says:

    Mike E. says:
    October 5, 2015 at 3:23 pm

    I’m sure FFR has a different pic. lol

    yep, sure do. they are all on a sofa not in a basket

  40. sb7mvp says:

    It’s gonna be interesting for sure.

  41. finfanrob says:

    oh great fatcells gave him his endorsement. oh well, ok guys who do you think should be the neeexxxtt interim coach.

  42. stangerx says:

    “This is the most talented roster we’ve had.”

    “Campbell’s assessment of the team so far: “The fact of the matter is, they’re not competing.'”
    ———————————

    Our new HC just pushed the old one under the bus.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      So did the rest of us

    • New Age says:

      Only after Joe asked him nicely not to.

    • Tim Knight says:

      To me he put it on practice habits which may not have fit with his philosophy but his pay grade didn’t allow for him to challenge the HC. Now he has a chance to do it his way. He’s also challenging the players big time. The guys who compete in practice will suit up and play, the guys who don’t will be inactive or not play major roles because there is only so much he can do with the roster at this point.

  43. Try Pod says:

    Full disclosure- I do admit to being “pissy”- I lost my phone (seriouslySB7, not mocking) and I’m going to have to pay off the balance on it and then buy another one, which frosts my ass and makes me sick, same way I am after walking into the dealership and buying a new car- glad to have the car, hate the feeling of the years of payments to follow. My apologies- I’ll get over it.

    • getterdone says:

      It’s all good brother….like I mentioned before….we all are as much frustrated as the players, maybe more so since we don’t get paid a damn dime….lol

      So it’s to be expected that we all are picking apart all corners of the team we want to love so much.

      Best of luck to you on replacing the phone etc.
      I’ve been there & it sucks.

      • Mike E. says:

        Mike E. says:
        October 5, 2015 at 3:38 pm (Edit)

        Don’t make all nicey-nice! I’m gonna buy GDP a Tanny-bib. 🙂

  44. finfanrob says:

    ‘I want to see effort, adjustments and competing for the entire 60 minutes.’

    man, at this point i will take 45 minutes.

  45. Mike E. says:

    What will be interesting is to see if this team comes out all fired up, but then more importantly, how long it lasts.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I expect it in the next game, not even necessarily a win but intensity, but you hit the nail right on the head. Will it last?

  46. Mike E. says:

    Try

    No fucking around, totally serious, I left my phone at PF Chang Saturday night. I was looking for my phone after you told your tale of woe, and I couldn’t find it. I thought to myself, you gotta be kidding, because I too have had my phone # for a long time, and I’ve also never lost my phone either, and I’ve had this particular phone for over 3 years. I got lucky, someone turned it in, and they had it. Hopefully, yours will turn up too.

    • Try Pod says:

      I keep hoping.. I went back to Kroger 4 times in a 24 hour period just to see if anyone turned it in and to check everywhere I went just to see if i left it laying on a shelf or it got kicked under something… is that compulsive?

  47. finfanrob says:

    well shit, no wonder try is acting like a child. his wife is trying to call him to tell him to grow up and he lost his damn phone.

    (sorry try, know what they say, when a friend is down you just make sure to kick him again and keep him down……wait or is that give him hand up then trip him again, i forget)

  48. New Age says:

    I want to see Campbell and Ryan talking shit to each other before our rematch.

  49. New Age says:

    All I know is the party has stopped in South Beach. This party animal will be missed.

  50. finfanrob says:

    hey, i am having a philbinfiring party tonight all are invited……some one give try a phone call to tell him he is invited too.

  51. getterdone says:


    Mr. Hand, No need to get me a bib, I already have several.

  52. finfanrob says:

    Try Pod says:
    October 5, 2015 at 3:39 pm

    Nah, it’s alright- I can take it.

    wouldnt be doing it if i didnt think you could. i mean not like you are that panzy ass sensitive getterdone dude.

  53. Trypod: He should have fired Philbin after last year. History has repeated itself hasn’t it? I am disappointed we have an owner who has wasted a lot of $$$ and time. I know he means well and wants us to win, but it was pretty clear that would never happen under Philbin….just took Ross longer to realize it.

    • Try Pod says:

      I know- but I do think it is the best situation under the circumstances- we don’t fall any further behind with or without Philbin, we aren’t going to get anyone better at this time- best to see who (if anybody) is going to step up and go from there until the off-season, when wholesale changes can be made.

  54. Ken says:

    Gigi (@Mrs2620) says:
    October 5, 2015 at 3:06 pm (Edit)

    Dan Campbell came here from Texas A&M and ask yourselves this: if he is so good why isn’t he a HC elsewhere or even an OC? Because he isn’t that good. Steve Ross is the dumbest NFL owner out there, he spends $$$ but is a clueless jackass.
    _______________________________________
    Gigi:
    He is just an interim coach. Ross really didn’t have any other choice right now. I mean he could have made Coyle or Lazor the HC. I don’t think anyone really expects Campbell to be the HC next year. The only way that happens is if really good things happen for this team over the next 12 games and then I don’t think anyone will be complaining.

  55. Mike E. says:

    I don’t know Tim. As much as I don’t think Philbin is/was a great motivator, the players definitely get a lot of blame as well. This isn’t HS Football, or College, these are well paid professionals. I think that’s the problem. It’s hard to motivate guys who make enough money to feed small countries. They either have it or don’t. What may motivate them is if the rest of the guys are.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I’ve been saying the players should shoulder much of this blame all along and said exactly what you’re saying now earlier. They play the game. All I’ve heard for weeks was the coaches don’t know how to use guys and the schemes are bad etc.

      Campbell clearly pointed out the players might be trying but they’re not competing good enough. He feels that starts in practice. We’ll see if his mentality lights a fire under their asses. I sure hope he does. I want to enjoy the season, not just look forward to 2016. Even if no playoffs but we play some really good spirited games. That would be a warm welcome because so far they suck.

  56. Try Pod says:

    Close up shop time- later.

  57. finfanrob says:

    the only bad thing that can happen by giving campbell a shot is he wins a few games and the fins slide down the draft boards.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I never worry about draft pick status because we’ve seen picking at the top does not always mean you get the best player.

  58. getterdone says:

    If Campbell is truly intense, a players coach, can get his guys to go thru walls for him, and knows a tad about clock management, then we could have the makings of a permanent HC here in Miami.
    He’s 39 with one of the younger teams in the NFL. This could work.
    I’m really proud of Ross & Co. for pulling the trigger this early, never thought he would until we were mathematically eliminated.

    It’s rare to see a so called ‘interim’ guy get so many games to make his mark.

    Go Dan Campbell.

    • getterdone says:

      I don’t like the ‘interim’ tag in this particular case.
      12 games and a bye week…..Go get em Dan!

    • Tim Knight says:

      He’s going to have a learning curve with clock management, challenges, decisions in big times in games etc. It goes with the territory as would be expected from a first time and interim HC. All I want to see is a team that plays with spirit and pride. Enough of getting beat right out of the gate to the end.

  59. Mike E. says:

    I’ve also decided not to worry about draft position. We can’t seem to pick ’em right between #1 and #258. lol

  60. finfanrob says:

    ‘Campbell clearly pointed out the players might be trying but they’re not competing good enough. He feels that starts in practice. We’ll see if his mentality lights a fire under their asses.’

    so now if campbell can get them to practice harder and his mentality lights a fire under their asses then wouldnt that mean all along it was the coaching?

    i get you want to blame the players more but if a new coach lights a fire under them then who was more responsible?

    • Tim Knight says:

      Coaching was an issue, I think we’re past that. Lose two straight games in bad fashion in your division and in your home opener as well as in London also a home game along with a 2-6 record in his last 8.

      Are you looking for me to acknowledge I was wrong in a sea of experts? Yes I was wrong about Philbin. Won’t be the last time I’m wrong either.

  61. finfanrob says:

    tim

    i am not worried about draft position, i just said at the rate they were going that is about all the damage giving campbell a shot can do

  62. finfanrob says:

    ‘All I want to see is a team that plays with spirit and pride.’

    tim,

    what is so pathetic, is i think i made that same comment about 8-10 years ago with some new start of something or other. just didnt care if they won or lost just wanted to see some competitive fire and a team that plays hard…….guess i am still waiting

  63. finfanrob says:

    mike,

    we get it. based on your evaluation of talent we get you no longer worry about the draft. 🙂

  64. CavalierKong says:

    Shitastic

  65. Ken says:

    Well my Hulk piece for tomorrow will seem slightly dated now.

    • getterdone says:

      As is everything your master FFR says….so cut the chains & run like hell as soon as you get the file we all pitched in to send ya.

  66. finfanrob says:

    ‘Are you looking for me to acknowledge I was wrong in a sea of experts?’

    was not at all what i was asking or making a point about. and by all means do not include me in that sea of experts on here. i state over and over my lack of football knowledge.

    it was more a rhetorical question. if this dude lights a fire then was it coaching? i dont know why highly professional needs motivation but i also dont know why highly paid coaches dont motivate.

  67. getterdone says:

    Fire em Up DC! 😉

  68. D says:

    Just watched the interview with Campbell and he is putting on a good front and i think he means what he says but is all kinda discombobulated right now. His head is swimming. Its a huge undertaking ahead of him so its to be expected but id rather wait a few days and see and hear his interviews later. Im behind him regardless, i just hope he can save face for this franshice and make us look better than these last few games> If he does that he is a success this year, period.

    • getterdone says:

      He has the eyes of a HC leading men into battle.
      I have a gut feeling he’ll move this team in the right direction!

    • Ken says:

      D:
      I think that is a pretty fair take on the situation. Save face for the franchise is mission 1. If he can make us play competitive ball that is a job well done. We are not going to the playoffs and we will be lucky to crack 6-10 right now but make us a tough out and get us some wins and Campbell will have done his job. We get to 8-8 and Campbell may even be a viable HC candidate.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Make it a game and go from there. We’re always trying to survive and get back in it. It’s depressing, Change that culture first, just make it a game and give yourselves a chance to win it. The Jets actually gave us that chance multiple times in the 3rd and 4th quarter and we didn’t take advantage.

        Campbell mentioned line play right off the bat. Not playing on our heels but going through you. Most of us have been saying that’s an issue. Just glad to hear he didn’t stay stick with the plan because it wasn’t working. We’ll see.

      • jetsssuck says:

        I wonder if the CBA allows the team to practice this week considering they have new HC when the CBA says the players get 4 consecutive days off for bye week. I hope the team supplies Let’s hope the OL and TE get healthy for next week so they can practice together for only the 2nd time all together. Maybe they can overcome all the new players to the OL and no practice time since Detroit game last year except for 9 hours.I hope Campbell gets some guidance on CBA so other reasons don’t arise and distract him from more serious issues.

  69. D says:

    Piggy take down the collage, put the Parker background back up, we were playing better then lol. This background has my superstitious side nervous.

  70. Tim Knight says:

    For the record, my “sea of experts” comment wasn’t limited to this blog but the entire Dolphins discussion world.

  71. Ken says:

    I am out. Hulk piece tomorrow but when I wrote it Phibin was still the coach.

  72. ocalahowie says:

    Ok then now I can stick with my 10-6 Standings prediction 🙂

    • D says:

      I am not out of it yet either at 11-5, but ill have to say all 3 of these losses were not in my prediction, so technically if im right about the rest of the season we finish 8-8.

      • D says:

        Dallas and Philly i had as losses though, they are looking more and more winnable these days, as was Indy at the end of the year which again, that team doesnt look too good either. Swapping the Jets, Bills, and Jags losses for those isnt completely out of possibility.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I hope you’re right. I hope this team is good enough for that and it was coaching. I’m a Miami Dolphins fan first, coach or player next.

  73. ocalahowie says:

    D
    I actually had us losing the first 3 then going on a roll starting yesterday.
    Damn Coyle!

  74. olddolphan says:

    JUST GOT HOME FROM WORK and turned on PTI ONLY BECAUSE THE DOLPHINS were the FIRST topic on the board. BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Michael Wilbon for saying “the problem with the Dolphins is AT THE TOP. STEVE ROSS HAS MADE SOME POOR CHOICES AND NOW HE’S PAYING FOR IT. Goofball Kornholeheiser chimed in “the Dolphins haven’t been relevant for about 10 years.” Turned it off after that b/c I can’t stand the KORNHOLE guy. who also said, I’m not sure Philbin deserved to be fired.” TONY, YOU should have been fired many years ago!!

  75. ocalahowie says:

    OK
    Gotta move the desk and computer back to their original places. hope this thing comes back on when I am done.
    It does that sometimes when I shut it down and then I have to wait for hours to plug it all back in
    GO PHINS!!!

  76. Tim Knight says:

    The rules are the rules, nothing changes with the CBA for an interim coach.

  77. stangerx says:

    Bucs finished with 98 wins, second most in the majors and most for the Pirates since Honus Wagner was their Cutch in 1909. Still probably lose on Wednesday though……yeah I’m pre-bitter.

  78. The Flying Pig says:

    BTW that’s 9 coaches in 18 years (which is 2 years a coach) and it includes the interim coaches

    I bet there are several teams that can say the same

    The thing is we’ve only had 11 coaches all time

    Only 2 coaches from 1966-1996 (30 years)

  79. wyoming85 says:

    Jeff Darlington ‏@JeffDarlington 39m39 minutes ago
    Before takeoff, I mentioned Campbell as name to watch if Philbin fired. That’s based on 2 things: Players love him. Management respects him.

    • Tim Knight says:

      He’s a very good TEs coach. Can he be a good HC? I’m rooting for him to win the org over and remain the HC next season.

      • Try Pod says:

        Me, too. I want him to get the next 10-15 years as the second longest tenured coach in Dolphins’ history.

  80. jetsssuck says:

    anyone see Suh dropped back into pass coverage after taking on 2 blockers 2 times during yesterdays game. He blocked a passing lane and jumped higher than the regular LB’s who were covering

  81. son of a son of a shula says:

    We need a trade too, ship someone’s sorry ass out just to make sure they’ve got everyone’s attention.

    How come “no talent” Fitzgerald can escape the pocket like Houdini, while our “athletic” QB just stands there saying Thank you, may I have another as he gets pummeled. No need to answer really

    • Tim Knight says:

      Oh man, come on! RT did some amazing athletic things to avoid pressure. He hurdled his own player to get 3 yards on a run when he was totally dead in the pocket. Threw left handed to avoid another sack. Took hits as he released the ball 5-7 times and made two against the grain throws that were elite in nature. You’re cutting him short here by a lot. The OL and DL are under performing. We are losing in the trenches.

  82. sb7mvp says:

    The good news is that they have 2 weeks to prepare for the next game. The bad news is we have to sit at 1-3 for two weeks wondering what happens next. Wish I could just binge watch the season on Netflix and see how it turns out. Tom Petty was right.

  83. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    October 5, 2015 at 5:31 pm

    So you’re saying don’t read it because it’s old news? LOL

    wait, hold on. you mean it is ok to skip over and article. hmmmm, who would do such a thing.

    (tim, saw your ‘fair enough’ comment. and again i really apologize if you thought i was trying to point out you were wrong. furthest thing i would ever do to you or any on here. it is bad enough this is all negative. for anyone to brag about being right about a negative issue would be pretty fucking low. hell even if tanny or philbin took this team and won a sb, saying i was right and rubbing someone face it is would be very poor taste but at least it is about good news. again my apology is you thought i was doing that)

  84. jetsssuck says:

    Here’s some career stats for N.Suh what’s amazing he is getting 2x and triple teamed and sometimes he is even getting chipped by TE and RB’s.Look at his pass defensed and for everyone who thinks he’s not worth the contract then check his tackles for each year. He’s on his way to a year similar to previous years.

    http://www.nfl.com/player/ndamukongsuh/496861/careerstats

  85. getterdone says:

    This is what the next 12+ game days will look like!

  86. getterdone says:

    Ken, why Hulk can no rewrite or at least edit his story? Is Hulk slow of mind?

    • stangerx says:

      Hulk ain’t too swift. He’d have to go zen and turn into Bruce Banner for that too happen…..wouldn’t count on him getting over his anger enough for that too happen though. Been a tough three weeks.

  87. sb7mvp says:

    I like gospel music and canned applause

  88. jetsssuck says:

    Given Campbell’s limited experience as a coach (and none as a coordinator), it seems obvious owner Stephen Ross and his advisors chose him to bring some energy and credibility as an ex-player to the locker room more so than trying to make drastic scheme changes.
    If Ross has learned from the failings in the football operation throughout his tenure, he needs to seriously consider wiping the slate clean altogether, putting a new coach and personnel chief on parallel tracks with no one to blame but themselves if things don’t work.

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/dolphins/2015/10/05/dan-campbell-miami-interim-coach-joe-philbin/73385984/

  89. finfanrob says:

    stangerx says:
    October 5, 2015 at 7:31 pm

    Hulk ain’t too swift.

    yeah you say that. but let that fucker get out of the basement and it is a bitch to chase his ass around the neighborhood trying to get him back.

  90. getterdone says:

    Maybe Hulk just insert Ross for Philbin everywhere in article, make OD & Gigi most happy for day.

  91. getterdone says:

    James Walker ✔ @JamesWalkerNFL
    Jason Garrett knows what former teammate Dan Campbell will experience http://es.pn/1Z54kwk “-Good piece via my colleague @ToddArcher.

    • jetsssuck says:

      “Always a very smart guy,” Garrett said. “Knew the game really well, knew things beyond his position and really cared about it, cared about detail, always wanted to know more and loved to play, has a great passion for playing, a great passion for teams and a great passion for the game of football.”
      When I was in HS and I had to do volunteer hours I was football student asst and I worked as film room asst.Basically load up of tapes for coaches. Well everyday I would pick tapes for coaches they wanted and many mornings I would see coaches sleeping in towel baskets from previous day and still wearing same clothes. They were dedicated. It’s a hard job with little appreciation unless you win your last game

  92. ocalahowie says:

    Looks like a tough guy to me! is anyone ready to play again or do we want to wait and see if Coyle gets fired 😉
    DOLPHINS-TITANS
    GO PHINS!!!

  93. Brian in NY says:

    Can somebody tell me why the fuck Coyle still has a job?

  94. finfanrob says:

    lmao at the idiots on monday night countdown. talking about miami. saying the locker room needs leaders to motivate now the coaches. as a player you shouldnt need your coach to motivate you but the players in the locker room.

    ok what is it, do they need motivation or not? if you need it what does it matter if it is a coach or player. fucking idiotic two sided talk.

    • olddolphan says:

      DON “My way or the highway” Shula sure found a way to motivate them, didn’t he?? –Conversely, I don’t think Philbin could motivate a pig to take a shit!

  95. olddolphan says:

    GDP; I’m a tad happier BUT I”M NOT REALLY HAPPY. –That’s because the worst owner in Dolphins’ history, the only Fins owner without a single playoff win, has systematically driven this franchise deep into the basement in the AFC East, a division Don Shula “owned” for the better part of two decades. Today’s announcements are noteworthy for what we DIDN’T HEAR. –We didn’t hear that both of our incompetent coordinators had been fired. We didn’t hear that T-Baum and Peterson were let go. We didn’t hear about changes in our scouting department. IN ESSENCE, this franchise needs a TOTAL MAKEOVER. WE DIDN’T HEAR OF ANY SUCH THING! –More than anything else, Ross needs competent advisors. He COULD have reached out to Bill Polian, but he didn’t. He could brought in Ray Lewis to REALY SHAKE-UP THE ATTITUDE OF THIS TEAM AND FRANCHISE. BUT HE DIDN’T.Frankly, in place of a house cleaning, ROSS brought in a wisk broom.!!
    —————–
    ROSS STILL DOESN’T GET IT. –But maybe, just maybe, the upcoming off season will bring about the house cleaning this franchise needs. Until then, go CAMPBELL and beat those Tennessee hicks!!

    • steveccnv says:

      You’re killin’ me OD! You can’t clean house in the middle of the season, plain and simple. Everyone says we have the talent, but weren’t motivated, if firing Philbin won’t motivate them nothing will.

  96. Mike E. says:

    LOL @ Bri – His head will roll, don’t worry

  97. ocalahowie says:

    Offense has some serious woes but I think it mostly hinges on the Line…
    Albert better come back healthy and maybe they can get this thing right over the Bye.
    I know if Coyle goes we will have a D that gives up 13 or less a game.
    WERE STILL GOOD!

  98. olddolphan says:

    FFR; Reply for you just up the page. ENJOY!!

  99. Brian in NY says:

    Mike,
    You ready to stay up until midnight and after to watch the Mets games this weekend?

  100. Tim Knight says:

    Campbell said, I just got the job 2-3 hours ago, it’s not time for coaching staff decisions. He has to take it all in. That would be the case with any of us. He has a bye week to think it all through and then get ready for a game. Let’s have a little patience. LOL

  101. Brian in NY says:

    Has anyone else noticed that Tannenbaum is always right there at all the big press conferences? I hope Ross doesn’t bounce Hickey this offseason in favor of him.

  102. olddolphan says:

    BRIAN: WHY does Coyle still have a job?? Maybe he got a hold of those pictures Ireland had of a naked Steve Ross with a donkey!!

  103. Brian in NY says:

    Tim,
    I found it curious that Ross reportedly left the decision up to Campbell. I would have fired Coyle along with Philbin and taken it from there. Coyle is as much to blame as Philbin, if not more IMO.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I think Lazor has been worse than Coyle. But it’s a tenure thing, Philbin and Coyle have been here 3.4 and Lazor only 1.4. The offense has been worse than the defense.

  104. drg says:

    If the only thing Campbell does over the next 12 games is light a fire under the team then it’s a good choice IMO. I doubt he is ready to be a HC in the NFL, but might be the best guy for the job considering the circumstances. I assume if they can find a decent replacement for Coyle that he will be let go within the next couple days. Will be interesting to see if the offense looks any different now that Philbin is gone or if there is a noticeable change in philosophy.

    I will always be bitter that Ross seemed to have steered Harbaugh towards Michigan and decided to keep Philbin around here. I have a hard time believing he couldn’t have gotten Harbaugh here if that’s what he really wanted.

    • Brian in NY says:

      Drg,
      I would like to see them bring in Jim Schwartz as DC. I don’t think that Harbaugh was going anywhere except for Michigan. He has full control of that program, something he likely couldn’t have in the NFL. I thought the same thing about the offense; it will be interesting to see if there is a change in philosophy no that Philbin is gone.

  105. Try Pod says:

    So, the only firing today for the Dolphins was Philbin, correct?

  106. Tim Knight says:

    Brian, Mr. T is now Ross’ football figurehead. Hickey is purely personnel. Not sure if Tannenbaum is high on him or not, but I don’t see where he’s at fault at this time. Ross hired Hickey, not Philbin.

    • Brian in NY says:

      I know- the coach typically doesn’t hire the GM. My point is Tannenbaum is always front and center, and Hickey is not.

  107. drg says:

    Brian,

    We are capped out and just spent our first two picks in the draft on positions of relative strength. Not sure if I’m thrilled with the choices made by our FO recently.

    • Brian in NY says:

      I think Parker is ready to take off, and Phillips may be thinking long term. Tough to say on him at this point, although he does have our lone sack this season!

      • drg says:

        They are both good players and will no doubt contribute. We are desperate at OL, DB, and LB right now. Just think that it would have been wiser to draft with that in mind. That, and I never like picking WRs in the first round. Just not an impactful enough position, IMO.

    • Brian in NY says:

      That’s Tannenbaum’s MO- mortgage the future for the present.

  108. finfanrob says:

    Conversely, I don’t think Philbin could motivate a pig to take a shit!

    nope but he sure could motivate one to bring out an anal dwelling rodent

  109. finfanrob says:

    lol you fools here wanting gruden as the HC. didnt just hear him talking about both the qb’s saying how they are struggling cause how bad their o lines are playing (just recapping what he said). he knows nothing about qb play, dont you know if the oline is bad the qb still has to be all world.

  110. drg says:

    Brian,

    Maybe, but Ross could have offered full control and more $ to get Harbaugh here. Maybe he was 100% going back to college, but I have a hard time believing it couldn’t have happened if that’s what Ross really wanted.

    • Brian in NY says:

      Maybe so, but his wife didn’t like Miami. I just think that Michigan is a better fit for him, and his dream job as well. He’s making a ton of money there, I don’t know how much more we could have paid him where it would have swayed him to coming here.

  111. finfanrob says:

    i did love them talking about what teams went to 3 straight sbs and getting it right about the bills,

    THEY LOST 4 STRAIGHT SBS who cares you went you lost them all. ha hahahahahahhahhhahahaha

  112. steveccnv says:

    Why isn’t Campbell ready? You don’t have to be a coordinator to be a good coach, you just have to motivate and have a vision, that the team will follow. Players need to know why to give it their all. Obviously no one believed Philbin’s vision.

    I don’t know, if he’ll be a good coach, but I do know they’ll come out fired up more than Joe had them.

    Campbell is a hardass, and I believe will be a players coach. I hated watching the deer in headlights looked every time they showed Philbin on the sidelines.

  113. finfanrob says:

    tim,

    i dont agree with patience for firing coyle. it isnt like he can wait till next week to make the decision. it has to be this week if they are changing things and soon.

    • Brian in NY says:

      Agreed 100%. Bring in Jim Schwartz.

      • steveccnv says:

        So he’s going to come in during the season and change the entire D? That’s about as ridiculous as staying up to watch the mets lose to the Dodgers 😉

    • steveccnv says:

      I think Philbin fucked up Coyle by telling him to simplify the D, if I was Campbell I’d tell him to do what he does, same thing on O.

      • drg says:

        I’m with you. I really liked Coyle’s defense the first season. I thought he did a great job keeping teams guessing. Defense is all about confusing the QB and getting all 11 guys playing with passion.

  114. drg says:

    Steve,

    I’m not writing him off, but the track record for rookie HCs with no former experience isn’t very good. You can be the greatest motivator in the world, but you need to do so many other things in order to be successful. Teams grow tired of your message after a while unless you can back it up with great schemes and game management.

    • steveccnv says:

      You don’t need schemes, leave that to the coordinators. If you like a certain scheme, then hire that type of coordinator, but don’t force your scheme on him. I agree on the game management, Philbin’s in a nutshell was the preseason game he challenge the spot and lost the ball.

  115. finfanrob says:

    steve,

    i said today that maybe philbin was the one holding back both guys. i am ok letting him change things up or lancing boyle the coyle

    • steveccnv says:

      I don’t think anyone will disagree with that. Why didn’t we keep the jets HC, he seems like a good young coach?

  116. jetsssuck says:

    Tim Knight says:
    October 5, 2015 at 8:21 pm

    Campbell said, I just got the job 2-3 hours ago, it’s not time for coaching staff decisions. He has to take it all in. That would be the case with any of us. He has a bye week to think it all through and then get ready for a game. Let’s have a little patience. LOL
    ————————————
    we have to hit the ground running and we need him to hire a te coach. Lazor has to deal with regular OL starters not getting any practice together and a TE that isn’t available to help this OL in addition he has lots of new wr’s who are still learning complex passing game.

    • steveccnv says:

      The season isn’t lost yet, not until you get to 7 loses, but we’re running out of time fast. Generally when a team fires the coach the players respond, at least when the team has a little bit of talent.

  117. drg says:

    Tim,

    I’ve been a big proponent of Lazor and Chip Kelly’s offensive philosophies. Starting to question my belief in them after the way this season has gone. Maybe teams are catching up to it. Tannehill has got to play better for this offense to work, but he is under pressure almost every snap. His pocket presence and struggles dropping the ball in over defenders isn’t helping matters at all. We need to get the ball out quick and teams know that. NY blitzed a safety or corner from the edge almost every down with the intention of knocking down quick screens or slants.

    • steveccnv says:

      Tannehill isn’t a gun slinger yet, he needs to have a running game, and when he does he’s pretty good, but when the D can pin their ears back…

    • Tim Knight says:

      It’s not about scheme overall, it’s a mentality. Let’s see where this goes from here under Campbell.

    • jetsssuck says:

      They were a good defense last year and this year they got a good DL coach and a good defensive mind that likes blitzing. Miami’s lunch money was stolen a lot because of our OL injuries and paying 2 new guards and center along with journeyman Fox. Plus we didn’t have our starting TE. It may have been a different story if we had our starters practicing together more,maybe we will see different results when we get back to normal

  118. drg says:

    Steve,

    I think a HC has to be great on at least one side of the ball. Coordinators come and go, especially the talented ones. If the HC doesn’t have his own system or HOF type players that can run things themselves it falls apart. Can’t sit here and tell you what makes a great HC, but it’s obvious when you see the great ones.

    • steveccnv says:

      What was Shula, Parcells, and Knoll great at? You have to bring in coordinators that have a similar philosophy that you have, but you don’t have to be great on one side of the ball. Belicheat and Rexie are both great on the D side, but it isn’t mandatory.

  119. finfanrob says:

    wasnt coyles d playing really well till the second half of the denver game last year and since then sucked?

    if i am right about that, and saying if, then go back to that

    • steveccnv says:

      He had the horses then, I think this team misses Delmas a lot. Aikens isn’t ready to start yet. The thing I’ve noticed is we don’t have an LB that cleans up like Zach did, if the first guy misses it’s off to the races.

      • Tim Knight says:

        A lot teams don’t have Zach cleaning up for them. 🙂

      • jetsssuck says:

        Aikens is taking his lumps but so does everyone just starting. I like him especially his hustle and he plays till the whistle even if the play is on the other side of field. .

  120. finfanrob says:

    ‘ Why didn’t we keep the jets HC, he seems like a good young coach?’

    well when ross called to ask me, i was busy trying to chase down a sofa escapee. so i didnt take the call.

  121. ocalahowie says:

    Were going to run the ball and stick with it…
    Thats the Fuckin problem!
    We run the ball once or twice and the first loss we go to passing behind a line that cant protect.
    Oh, then the D dont give a shit so they let us get down by 2 scores and then Lazor has no other choice but to call all passes. And it’s Sack, Pressure, Sack, Ball Tipped, more Pressure INC, Sack, Throw Away, Pessure Again, INT…

    • steveccnv says:

      That’s pretty much been it, but it’s really been hard to run when the O just dinks and dunks and the D crowds the line, the O needs to be opened up.

  122. Tim Knight says:

    Okay, ask Campbell to fire guys within 2-3 hours of getting the job. I don’t get where you guys come from. If it happens 24-48 hours from now will that be on your schedule? Be realistic.

  123. drg says:

    Steve,

    Honestly, I couldn’t speak much about Knoll, but both Shula and Parcells were geniuses at taking away what other teams did best and capitalizing on their own strengths. More than anything, both guys knew how to get their players to play as if their jobs were on the line every Sunday. Campbell might be able to do that, but will the players respect him?

  124. finfanrob says:

    tim

    i agree with that. just said he needs to decide soon. it cant wait till longer then your range.

  125. finfanrob says:

    tim,

    and if you are in charge, like carpenter is now. then you make a decision and tell them, just do what you do, dont micromanage. let them take control and be responsible for themselves

  126. finfanrob says:

    ‘The thing I’ve noticed is we don’t have an LB that cleans up like Zach did’

    that man was good, or even great. that is for sure, but my god he could not blitz. every time he would just run right into the back picking him up like it was his job to just occupy the back.

  127. ocalahowie says:

    I forgot Holding but we dont see that much cause guys get bowled over so fast they dont even have time for that.
    Not even Tom Brady and his 2.9sec would get many off behind this line

    • jetsssuck says:

      that’s 2.09 per second. That is the reason why NE is doing so good with 3 OL rookies. It helps that he has worked under 1 system his whole career. What happens to tanny if he has to learn a new system?

  128. finfanrob says:

    couldnt cut and paste and not steeling his tweet but some guy just tweeted carpenter requested this be the fins new logo.

  129. ocalahowie says:

    Pouncy is a good run blocker, I think we should try it some time. Did you hear Fouts praising him on like our only run of the game. Gotta do that at least 10 more times and not on the season! Just change it up a bit so the other guys dont catch on.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Every announcer points out Pouncey’s athletic ability, for years. LOL

      He’s a really good center, he really is. But what goes on around him the last few years is difficult.

      I think Campbell wants to be more physical and run the ball. I hope he gets Lazor to do more under center with bootlegs etc. I can dream right? LOL

  130. finfanrob says:

    still think wilson is just an average qb but will give credit when it is due, that was all him on those last two plays

  131. ocalahowie says:

    No new system Suck
    Albert needs to get healthy and maybE get that other dude playing
    You know, whats his name, he fills in at like every spot, been here a couple seasons now
    DO SOMETHING!
    FIX THE LINE!!
    WERE GOOD!!!

  132. Tim Knight says:

    FFR, I’m not close enough to the team to say this or that. I feel too many people from afar do that. Campbell has been here since 2010. He’s coached and won and lost, more losing than winning in MIA. He was the TEs coach and if you look at it, Fasano, Clay, Sims, Stoneburner etc. Cameron was a proven receiving threat beforehand. He’s done a good job with his guys. Let’s see if he can translate that through 53. I hope he is that guy and we go on from there. At this time that’s what I’m rooting for. 🙂

  133. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    October 5, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    FFR, I’m not close enough to the team to say this or that.

    Oh so it is you, huh. I heard there was another person here like me who wasnt close to the team and didnt have the inside scoop besides me. just never knew it was you.

  134. finfanrob says:

    at this rate this game is going to be over by 11

  135. finfanrob says:

    wow, wilson took sack. how dare him. doesnt he know how to move in the pocket?

  136. The Flying Pig says:

    Dennis Hickey wanted Abdullah in the 2nd round
    Tannebauk wanted Phillips
    I’m curious to see Abdullah play

  137. ocalahowie says:

    YEP TIM
    Could just be the guy weve been needing all this time but knowing Ross???
    We’ll win 7 of the next 12 even 8 and Ross will still be calling some just fired H/C or some long tenured coordinator then we’ll suck for 5 more years

  138. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    October 5, 2015 at 9:42 pm

    You are an everlasting ballbuster! LOL

    lmfao, yep i give willy wonka and the chocolate factory a whole new meaning to everlasting stoppers.

  139. Tim Knight says:

    FFR, when you say Carpenter is in charge, do you mean Jesus? LOL

  140. finfanrob says:

    ok in my best tim and stanger, finding the good in everything.

    at least the dolphins are making it on espn now.

  141. Tim Knight says:

    Piggy, Abdullah would get 6-8 rushes. Let’s be real? 🙂

  142. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    October 5, 2015 at 9:50 pm

    FFR, when you say Carpenter is in charge, do you mean Jesus? LOL

    lol.

    come on godahn spoke to ross last night, ‘take my son, sacrifice him for the good of dolphinkind’

  143. finfanrob says:

    wow, i just envoked godahn on the 666 comment, guess i will be going now. lol

  144. finfanrob says:

    i just cant believe you guys. that i am the one who has to say it. ok fine.

    so great, we traded in philbin for a can of baked beans.

  145. manitobafinfan says:

    Dan Campbell welcome to the Big Show. I like yer fire. Spread it around sir spread it around.

  146. finfanrob says:

    wow just wow, that guy for seatle just illegally batted the ball out of the end zone, good thing they are not playing the pats. it would be first and goal for the pats

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