Game Wrap Up: Ravens @Dolphins

The Ravens came to South Florida on Sunday in a battle of two teams that played the 2015 football season like poop.

The Dolphins would win!

Allright Miami!!!


The first score of the day would come on a Parker leaping catch.  Look at that air.  Parker started at caught 3 passes for 63 yards.

The Dolphins actually only had 86 yards passing.  So there wash;t much of an ariel attack with the exception of this game.

That’s why I am going to give you a second look at the catch.

Here is a pig’s interpretation of the catch


Most of the offense on the day was provided by Lamar Miller who rushed for 113 yards on 20 carries.

Yes 20 carries!  That isn’t a typo.


The Dolphins planned to finally have some balance after firing Lazor…but they may have pushed a little too far in the other direction since the only offense on the day was on the ground.

Ryan Tannehill completed 9 of 19 passes for 86 yards.  This is the 4th week in a row in which Tannehill failed to throw complete 60%.  Given the nature of this offense – that’s a pretty awful stat.


But the defense had a strong game.  Two of our defensive ends stood out.  Olivier Vernon and Derrick Shelby.  Vernon had 2.5 sacks on the day.

Shelby was also hitting Schaub hard all day and he scored the Dolphins only other TD on tip and interception return.  It was a terrific play by Shelby.


And when we talk about defense – you can’t leave out Reshad Jones.  Jones had 10 tackles and an interception.  His interception set up the Parker touchdown.

If Jones doesn’t make the pro bowl this year, the pro bowl should be thrown in a dumpster…

With the win the Dolphins collect their 5th win of the year.  And that probably takes them out of the top 5 of the draft.  So say goodbye to a top 5 pick.









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400 Responses to Game Wrap Up: Ravens @Dolphins

  1. The Flying Pig says:

    I can’t believe you guys are talking about drummers and left out the great PorkChop McSnare

  2. The Flying Pig says:

    Those are great videos Tim and Trypod

    but something is missing
    its needs something….

  3. finfanrob says:

    i am sorry, i know i can be the biggest dick head there is, bust the most balls, make fun of anything and try to act like i just dont care.

    but every time i see that WWII generation and think about what they had to go thru. it has a very emotion and chilling effect. they, and all service men and women, have my utmost of respect, admiration and never ending thanks for their service, sacrifice and dedication to keep us all proud, safe and free.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I hear ya. They were born at a time where they had to give up their dreams for the better good of the country. Very sad.

      This was their plight.

  4. ocalahowie says:

    I watch that every Monday on AHC
    I particullarly like WWII in color
    Pearl Harbor is on right now.
    Even though we werent born yet our Generation has the next closest connection to the War.
    My Father served but didnt turn 18 till May of 45
    He was in the Army Air Corp and was in Germany during the Berlin air lift

  5. finfanrob says:

    so now there is a reality show about christmas lights. fuck, we are at the end of times. ok second act when i am in charge is topless cheerleaders, first act is disembowelment to anyone who makes a reality show.

  6. Tim Knight says:

    Try, you know Bonzo was special when an amazingly successful band like Led Zeppelin disbands due to his death. It speaks volumes. Yes he was their friend too, he and Plant came from the band of Joy that Page recruited them from so they were really close, but that band became a family too so his death ripped their hearts out when he passed. As much as we all wanted Led Zeppelin to continue I respect their decision immensely. He was a fallen brother and one quarter of who they were, end of story.

    • getterdone says:

      After ‘Presense” I wanted sooo much more from the studio and live as well.
      Physical Graffiti was epic too.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Physical Graffiti is one my lost on an island records. Have to have it. It was a great rap of everything they were.

        In Through the Outdoor was where Plant was heading, JPJ just got a new keyboard with new technology and they started writing while Page and Bonham were fucking around with heroin. Page said after that album that was not really his vision for the band but it seemed he respected the work they both put in. He wanted the next album to be more riff oriented and get back to classic Zep. It never happened and he never captured it as a solo artist.

    • Try Pod says:

      I still listen to them frequently.
      As far as your friend’s brother calling Peart overrated, I don’t get it, but I know people are different. In truth, if you were to ask me I would say Baker gets overrated- not that he was bad, just that he was not memorable (to me). Moon was just all motion all the time, but Peart loved him. Palmer was ok, too. The Appice bros were good, though I think Vinny was better than Carmine, Nico McBrain was really good… Hell, I thought Nigel Olsen was good, albeit he was just a time keeper for 70’s Elton John.

      • Tim Knight says:

        That was him, I never got the Baker thing either even though he has moments of brilliance. I did get what he was saying about Baker though. Like we said before, music and musicians are art, no standings other than music you enjoy. I like Carl Palmer too and thought he was perfect for ELP. They were also a super talented band and unique.

  7. ocalahowie says:

    Nightly Update
    Al 27-26 MIA
    Piggy 19-16 MIA
    Howie 29-27 MIA

  8. finfanrob says:

    if my brother was commentating on game i was coaching, i would hang out with him the night before and tell him my entire game plan. give him everything we were thinking about the other team and what we planned on doing. even some of the trick plays and when and what situation we would run them in. that way the during the game he could kind of say what he thought, kind of predict what we would do.

    then i would do the exact fucking opposite of every thing i told him, make him look like a complete ass, and i would laugh and laugh and laugh at him at the next family function.

  9. Mike E. says:


    I was at the “NO Snowplow” game. That was a blast, and the Orange Bowl was really rocking!

  10. Tim Knight says:

    Try, Ringo was a really good drummer as well. Unique in his own way too. Not a technical master but really good at song drumming. When he was inducted into the R&R HOF all those drummers who were influenced by him made great points playing his classic kit. He was kind of swampy and melodic in his approach. He helped write great songs and The Beatles have a lot of them.

  11. sb7mvp says:

    Elderly people sure love Rush.

  12. getterdone says:

    Good stuff on Zep Tim.
    Yeah after Coda I was wanting them to get back to more classic Hard Rock rip it up Led Zepplin.

    • getterdone says:

      Damn the heroin and alcohol abuse!!!! SMH

      • Tim Knight says:

        Look at this pic of Jimmy Page. You think something is going on there? 😦

        You do know Coda was a record of outtakes over the years right? It was not a release with the band touring it, they were done already. In Through the Outdoor was the record they were going to tour in the U.S. when Bonham died.

        I remember my friend and I at 15 walking in town and coming across kids older than us 16-17 saying we just scored Zep tickets and we like wow!!! Those concerts never happened.

      • getterdone says:

        Yes that’s right on Coda. The paper bag cover of in through the out door was the last stuff.
        Page is lucky to have survived that time.

  13. manitobafinfan says:

    Further to plowgate : patriots “museum/shrine” at Gillette stadium has it hanging proudly from the ceiling with running audio from the goof that drive it . THEYVARE PROUD OF CHEATING TO WIN !!!!

  14. manitobafinfan says:

    No making excuses fir him but wonderring is RT perhaps injured from all the hits hes taken ?? Could explain SOME of the regression.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I think all the coaches being fired has affected him and much of the team mentally. How could it not? Teams that fire their HC and DC, and then games later the OC are not in a good place. Do you think Suh signed up for this?

      • manitobafinfan says:

        Totally agree its not a great environment/ situation but i would not be surprised if it comes out he played injured since maybe Pats game ?

  15. finfanrob says:

    wait. tanny maybe be injured. omg, got to run, i am going to make sure lauren is ok, give her a shoulder to cry on.

  16. finfanrob says:

    lauren: it is ok, i am not crying
    me: it is ok, that isnt my shoulder

  17. Tim Knight says:

    GD, remember you could rub water on the paper bag cover and get color?

  18. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    December 7, 2015 at 10:04 pm

    I think all the coaches being fired has affected him and much of the team mentally.

    naaaaaa, he just sucks.

  19. Tim Knight says:

    Toba, Tanny gets hit A LOT! I agree, he may not be really injured but a lot bumps and bruises along with the mental thing. This has been bad season. But I do think we can still be a good team next year with some tweaking. The org needs some stability and direction.

    • manitobafinfan says:

      Direction hopefully will come next year , stability, requires no coaching turnover so that will have to wait. Heres to being our last reset for a while. We do have some talent , we need to learn how to best utilize it. I dont see any upgrades to RT available so he is what we have to work with. Until this year he made strides upwards each year. I do hope he will take it to the next level next year . Every year he has worked on his biggest faults and improved on them. This year lets work on pocket awareness. That and an improved or more cohesive OL would maje a large difference

  20. Tim Knight says:

    Perfect example of a drummer being the key to a band. Then you have a really good bass player an multi-instrumentalist, a legendary vocalist and guitarist.

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