What Make Hulk Angry?


By Dr. Bruce Banner

So Hulk watch Phins finally beat dreaded Ravens from Baltimore. This is a team that has cursed Phins for long time with painful losses in playoffs and regular season. Hulk watch the hated Matt Schaub who beat Phins five teams as starting quarterback of Texans and never lose to Phins. Hulk watch Schaub get tossed around like ragdoll and throw ball into defenders hands. Hulk watch young WR with bad foot finally play and make impact on game with 2 crucial catches including big touchdown catch. Hulk watch defense make crucial plays with game on the line. So you think Hulk would be happy? Wrong!

Hulk was feeling happy for a brief moment, then he come here and he see who was complaining about scoring only 15 points, who was complaining that our quarterback was no good. Who was complaining that our offensive line is what let down quarterback. Hulk say okay I see same old debates even with win. It start to make Hulk feel angry that we can no even enjoy hard fought win against a team that has caused us much pain. But even this no make Hulk that angry. What make Hulk angry was when he read that win was no good because it means we move down in draft order. Hulk get angry when he sees fan who wants us to lose just so we get first pick.

Hulk not always good in reason but this how Hulk figures things. Hulk no want to be drafting at number 1. Hulk wants Phins to draft at number 32. So any game that gets Phins closer to 32 better than any game that gets Phins closer to number 1. Trying to lose games to get draft position is something that talking heads like Blowmar like to go off about. Fans should never root for team to lose. When Hulk watch game he feels anger rise up within him when he see team in danger of losing. Hulk gets that way because he has fire for team to win. It doesn’t matter if it is only for one game Hulk feel it better to win that game than lose it. Hulk would want heads of anyone in organization who is actively trying to lose game to gain draft choice. There is no room for that in professional sports. Even Hulk know that. So what would make Hulk happy? If this team can go on a 5 game run and win some games, finish strong with momentum and then we really have something to build on. What would make Hulk angry? Anyone saying we should lose just to get better draft pick. Hulk Smash!

Here is something else that makes Hulk angry:

Toilet Hulk

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531 Responses to What Make Hulk Angry?

  1. BoulderPhinfan says:

    At this point I’m gonna root for any team that plays the pats, the jets or the bills.

  2. getterdone says:

    Omar Kelly ✔ @OmarKelly
    RT @mauroriz Is there a real chance Lewis could leave Bengals?> IF he loses in 1st rd of playoffs. I would trade a high draft pick for him.
    WTF, now Omar is obsessed with Marvin Lewis to the point of trading for him after yet another early playoff defeat….SMH…WOW

    • getterdone says:

      Then he writes an article for SS today that is titled:
      Miami Dolphins MUST get the next coach hire right

    • BoulderPhinfan says:

      HE’s 10x better than the garbage we have right now. Giving up a draft pick to get a proven winning HC is an easy decision IMO. Not saying it should be marvin lewis but giving up a draft pick to get a good coach is a no brainer.

      How do you think we got shula?

      • getterdone says:

        Yeah sure if he can bring Hue Jackson & Mike Zimmer back as our coordinators….for that I’d give up a 1st round….lol

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  4. wyoming85 says:

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    • BoulderPhinfan says:

      Can you keep your right wing tea bagger crap off of this blog? Go to fox or national review or psychos ‘r us and put it there. This is a football blog. Get it?

  5. Mike E. says:

    We shouldn’t have to give up a draft pick to get a Head Coach. I’d almost call that team’s bluff. If you’re willing to trade your HC, you’re probably going to fire them anyway.

  6. Tim Knight says:

    Marvin Lewis also went through really bad stretches but since the Bengals ownership are cheap they’ve stuck with him for 13 seasons and he’s been on a good run of late sans playoff victories. Until the last 5 seasons, he only had two winning seasons the prior 8 years. Our fan base would never stand for that kind of patience. LOL

  7. Mike E. says:


    Like I said, if they’re willing to let the HC go for a draft pick, they’re going to let him go anyway. Things are waaaay different from the Shula days.

  8. Tim Knight says:

    Boulder, you think Ross is going hijack his alma mater and Harbaugh is going to bail on his alma mater?

  9. getterdone says:

    Boulder, nice display of intolerance there my friend. I don’t think any politician or anybody period should be above the law and not held accountable for their crimes regardless of what side of the aisle their from. But that’s just me & the blindfolded lady of justice.

  10. getterdone says:

    John Harbaugh seems nice and all, but he’s struggling mightily this season with talk of his firing. Why be so quick to welcome that with a heavy price tag? Maybe he’s burning out?

  11. Mike E. says:

    We wouldn’t have to give up a draft pick for Jim, we’d just have to build a rubber room at Davie

  12. Tim Knight says:

    GD, nope can’t blame everyone’s favorite GM. LOL

    • Mike E. says:

      I don’t think he’s the best, but they got screwed with Ray Rice. If Greg Hardy can be in the NFL, Ray Rice could be and should be too.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Ray Rice was on the downside already. I had him on my FF team and released him before his domestic issues.

  13. getterdone says:

    Interesting how far Marty Mornhinweg has fallen on the coaching rung. He’s the QB coach for the Ravens & Trestman is the OC.

    • stangerx says:

      In a lot of ways NFL coaches remind me of Hollywood stars. Unless you are a true icon, your worth is measured by how your last couple pictures did.

  14. Ken says:

    I would trade a 4th rounder for Lewis but nothing higher

  15. Mike E. says:

    Quite true Stanger. Well said

  16. Ken says:

    John Harbaugh would really interest me. Not sure I would give up a 1 for him but I would think about it

  17. Mike E. says:


    I have no desire to go to Slatterys. I’ll break the curse next year when it means something.

  18. Tim Knight says:

    Ken, if a team is wiling to take a 4th rd pick for a HC then they’re likely not keeping him anyway.

    • Ken says:

      If a team is willing to trade a HC they are not likely to keep him. Very small market to trade a HC because they are likely done with their current team. Only reason you trade for him is if you expect you can’t sign him in a free market

      • Tim Knight says:

        The only time a team trades for a HC is if they consider him a big time coach and it’s usually expensive to get him. I can’t even think of a low end trade deal for a HC.

      • Mike E. says:

        That’s exactly what I said. If they’re so eager to part with them for a draft pick, they’re so eager to part with them period.

      • Ken says:

        Low end trade for HC: Jets trade for Herm Edwards

  19. Tim Knight says:

    Ken, Piggy has a Jeep.

  20. Ken says:

    Done with lunch gotta run to office

  21. wyoming85 says:

    Did I hit a nerve or something?

  22. Mike E. says:


    Piggy drove it to FLA and left it there.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Oh because he’s going to drive it back again I guess at some point. Fuck, I wouldn’t want to drive a Jeep that far. LOL

  23. Tim Knight says:

    Ken, you get what you pay for. LOL

  24. sb7mvp says:

    I think in the offseason Ken should write weekly restaurant reviews called “What Make Hulk Hungry”.

  25. getterdone says:

    Wyoming, something about Hillary brings out the best in people….smh

  26. getterdone says:

    Andrew Abramson ✔ @AbramsonPBP
    Tom Coughlin says Dan Campbell at 4-4 has done “an outstanding job of pulling the team together” after #Dolphins 1-3 start.
    So if Mancampbell w/o his own hand picked staff finishes 7-5, do ya really think hard about keeping him.?

  27. getterdone says:

    sb7mvp, I’m guessing Hulk Hungry for more wins each week.

  28. sb7mvp says:

    Hulk have eating disorder

  29. finfanrob says:

    Mike E. says:
    December 9, 2015 at 1:34 pm

    He could also add a BOTW, titled “What Make Hulk Horny”

    thats fine but you know it is just going to be pictures of me

  30. Mike E. says:

    I’d like to hear Stanger’s take, but I’m not thrilled with the move. We gave up a trading chip for what looks like an average hitter.

  31. Tim Knight says:

    Mike E, Walker’s offensive production is basically the same as Murphy with more power. There are some differences but it’s not that different. The problem is Murph is a horrible 2nd baseman. I’d keep him around as protection for Wright at 3rd and to play some 1st but that’s not likely an option.

    • Mike E. says:


      This is basically a 1 YR contract. He’s a free agent in 2017. On the surface of this, I don’t like it.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Niese was out of the picture and the salary was the same. Remember we’re in win now mode. I understand the deal.

  32. Mike E. says:

    I really hope the Mets find a way to get Gerardo Parra

  33. wyoming85 says:

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  34. wyoming85 says:

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    • getterdone says:

      Not excited by that breakdown either…lol
      The Sparty’s are a very tough physical team. Love the way coach Dantonio has made that team tough each year. He has been under the radar, but not anymore.

  35. Al in MIA says:

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  36. Mike E. says:


    I don’t know if we’re targeting Parra, but we should be! He can make the lineup work. Parra would bat leadoff, and then you can move Granderson down in the lineup, give us some power back in the middle of the lineup

  37. getterdone says:

    James Walker ✔ @JamesWalkerNFL
    #Dolphins currently hold No. 12 pick in NFL draft http://es.pn/1YZC79f “-MIA could go up or down depending on how it finishes the season.

  38. ocalahowie says:

    Evening Update
    Al 27-26 MIA
    Piggy 19-16 MIA
    Howie 29-27 MIA
    Old 26-24 MIA
    MikeE 33-27 MIA
    Stang 17-3 MIA
    T/P 17-13 NYG
    Bold 24-20 NYG

  39. getterdone says:

  40. D says:

    Stanley is a redshirt junior he could have come out last year but returned. He was a late round 1st pick last year, at worst a very high round second. He’s probably a mid round first if not a to 10 this year

  41. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    December 9, 2015 at 7:21 pm

    Hey D, good to see you people were worried about you. Hadn’t seen you here in awhile.

    alex: what are the benefits of Viagra

  42. stangerx says:

    Mike E. says:
    December 9, 2015 at 3:59 pm
    I’d like to hear Stanger’s take, but I’m not thrilled with the move. We gave up a trading chip for what looks like an average hitter.

    Mike E and TIm — you guys are going to love Neil Walker the person. He’s as solid as solid comes. My guess is he becomes a leader in the locker room.

    You may not be wowed by him as a player, but he hits for decent average and has some pretty good power for a middle infielder (after time goes by you will figure out the power is from the left even if the average is not that far down on the right).

    He’s nothing special in the field. Nice hands but not so much range (don’t think about him as a SS), but he is a gamer. Like I said, you will like Walker the person.

    Do me the favor of telling me about Jon Niese. I was happy hearing about the trade cause we weren’t going to keep Walker anyhow. He’d price tagged himself out of our little team. So whatever he is good for…..figure it is more than we had before.

  43. D says:

    Sorry I posted like maybe once or twice in past week or two. Was at legoland and Disney since like Friday week before last and this week I’m out of town on work.

    Thanks for the concern though it’s good to feel missed lol

    • stangerx says:

      D — hope you had a good time. We do care about our own though. I figure that if I went missing the first people to notice would be the folks on this board. 🙂

  44. stangerx says:

    Good for Mike E (even if he’s been playing up the NJ part way too much).
    Guess when you are homeless it really is a dollar (or ten) and a dream.
    And hey — better him than me.


    “A 60-year-old Colorado man who has been staying at a homeless shelter for more than four years is now a $500,000 lottery winner.

    Kelly Tabor, a spokeswoman for the Colorado Lottery, confirms that a man named Michael E. claimed the $500,000 grand prize on Monday.”

  45. finfanrob says:

    D says:
    December 9, 2015 at 7:57 pm

    Sorry I posted like maybe once or twice in past week or two. Was at legoland and Disney since like Friday week before last and this week I’m out of town on work.

    oh god D, some thought it was you were just fed up with the fins, no one ever thought it was that bad. i am so sorry for you, is it curable? i hope you can overcome it, i hear themeparkophilia is quite dangerous

  46. Mike E. says:

    WooHoo! I win! I win!

  47. Mike E. says:


    Gerardo Parra is a FA. I don’t believe he signed anywhere yet.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      It’s good to hear the Dolphins have an out after 2016
      That’s actually perfect timing
      If he is not performing next year then maybe we make that move

      I’m rooting for him though

  48. Mike E. says:


    Being at Legoland is no excuse for not posting here.

    Glad you’re OK man, good to see ya. Hope you enjoyed some quality family time!

  49. Mike E. says:


    Jon Niese is a talented pitcher. He has a nice slider, probably his best pitch, and pretty good breaking ball as well. He throws his breaking ball (curve ball) across the plate, not 12-6. His fastball is about 90-92, but it’s not his out pitch. His biggest problem is meltdowns. When he gets in trouble, he tends to unravel. If some coach can work with him and figure out a way to calm him down, he can be a solid lefty in the rotation.

    • stangerx says:

      Sounds perfect for us. Our pitching coach, Ray Searage, is a master. He has a way of taking the broken toys of other teams and making them shiny and new. I’m sure a lot of it is his personality, but he tells them not to overthrow and then puts his one main personal pitching philosophy over and over into them like they have the eyelid things from Clockwork Orange on.

      “Throw strikes and change speeds.” Seems simple, but it works…….saves arms too.

      • Mike E. says:

        If that’s the case, you probably made a good trade. He’d pitch well for a few innings, and then unravel after an error, and just lose his composure, and the game of course. If everything went well, he’d always keep the team in the game.

      • stangerx says:

        Even better. When it comes to pure psychological we have some one even better.

  50. finfanrob says:

    Mike E. says:
    December 9, 2015 at 8:35 pm


    Being at Legoland is no excuse for not posting here.

    what the hell is wrong with you? how can you be so cruel? walking around lego land and then those little nasty fucking legos just throwing themselves under your foot, causing excruciating pain. even women say they prefer child birth then stepping on a lego.

  51. Mike E. says:

    LOL Rob – I’ve stepped on many a lego. Me and my kids used to play with legos all the time. I have to admit, i think I liked it at least as much if not more than they did.

  52. The Flying Pig says:

    7 voters voted 7-9
    So that is 2-2 in th next 4 games
    Which 2 do we lose?

  53. finfanrob says:


    i have had a few surgeries and even a couple bouts with kidney stones but none of it compares to a middle of the night trip to the bathroom and stepping barefoot on a lego.

  54. Mike E. says:

    I think we’ll be 7-9 just cause that’s what we’re all about. Joe Philbin’s stink still lingers on this team. lol

  55. Tim Knight says:

    Stanger, like Mike E said Niese is a solid left-hander who will give you innings and some real good performances from time to time. He can also handle the bat.

    • stangerx says:

      Glad to have him. Burnett retired and Happ went on to higher paid pastures. Sounds like he’ll be the #3 or #4 we need.

  56. finfanrob says:

    Ken says:
    December 9, 2015 at 9:15 pm

    I know the feeling. My son is addicted to Legos and I have done that a few times

    lol, yep. one of the few times a man thinks. damn, i knew i should have just been happy and stopped at oral.

  57. getterdone says:

  58. wyoming85 says:

    For Boulder! 😉

  59. wyoming85 says:

    Adam Schefter ‏@AdamSchefter 5h5 hours ago
    Herm Edwards’ RANTS on some of the selfish players in today’s game:


  60. Mike E. says:

    Darth Dolphin

  61. Tim Knight says:

    Stanger, the only reason the Mets are moving Niese is his contract and 4 pitchers named deGrom, Harvey, Syndergaard and Matz.

    • Mike E. says:

      Mostly Matz. Having the young left hander made Niese more expendable

      • Tim Knight says:

        These guys are going to have to be paid soon. I agree with Francesa try to lock up deGrom and Harvey now. Offer them that first time life changing contract now $4-60+M before they get into that $200+M range because we can’t pay all 4 that if they all pan out. They don’t make anywhere near that money right now. Not saying they will sign it or become big time long-term pitchers, but nobody knows which ones will be that kind of pitcher even though that kind of potential is there in all 4 of them. Offer it, know where you’re at with these guys and move accordingly. Then you think about trades for top position players and balance your team out that way.

        We’re looking to re-sign Colon and use him as a mid-reliever and spot starter workhorse. It seems like he likes it here and would be interested in that role.

  62. Mike E. says:

    Mets also signed Asdrubal Cabrera. Not sure where that leaves Wilmer

    • Tim Knight says:

      Competition between Cabrera SS/2B, Flores and Tejada. Infield depth for the loss of Murphy. Wright is always a ? durability wise. Flores and Tejada can play 3rd. Then you have Herrera at 2B.

      I see what the Mets are doing. They’re trying to build a better defensive team first then add offense. Good pitching and defense wins you those low scoring games we lost because of great pitching and bad offense and defense. That’s how the Royals built their team and our young pitching is better than theirs. That’s why we went after Zobrist. Same idea.

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