Hulk The Never Ending Story



By Dr. Bruce Banner


Someone tell Hulk The Never Ending Story was children’s fantasy literature book first published in 1979. It was then later made into a movie a few years later. Hulk know whoever told him that is wrong. The Never Ending Story came to be in 1999 and it stars the Miami Dolphins. It is not a children’s fantasy story but rather it is a horror story that once again we Dolphin fans watch unfold this past Sunday in Seattle.

We Dolphin fans have seen the same story game after game and year after year. The defense plays lights out except when you need it to make a stop it fails. The offense never gets going and fails to explode like you always think it should. It always seems to be on the verge of a big play but just when you think it is about to happen the big play slips away through your fingertips. When the offense finally does get a drive a gives us the lead, the defense the fails to make the stop. There is the constant stream of 2 yard dink and dunk routes. The talk of committing to a running game then to see that go by the wayside. There is ill timed penalty or the inexplicable time out. There is the steady stream of moral victories without actually winning a game. There is a quarterback that is running for his life. There is the kicker with the crucial miss when you could least afford it. Then there is the obligatory roughing the passer penalty that seems to come up at the worst possible time. We have petulant sulking players not suiting up for games.

We saw all these same things last Sunday in Seattle just as we have seen them time and time again. How many times have we watched a pass slip through the hands of James McKnight, Mike Wallace and now Kenny Stills? Do we remember Dan Carpenter missing too many field goals and being run out of town? Or the drafting of Caleb Sturgis who did no better? Now we have Franks who seems to miss when they matter most. Did the ghost of Joe Philbin appear on the sideline to call that mysterious timeout when the Seahawks were faced with a crucial fourth down and the play clock about to expire? Did Olivier Vernon suddenly channel into Cam Wake who then committed one of the dumbest roughing the passer penalties Hulk ever saw? Is Jay Ajayi the next version of Jonathan Martin minus the lunch tray, not suiting up because he is too busy sulking?

What make Hulk angry is that this year was supposed to be different. This year we got the most sought after coaching candidate. This year he was supposed to turn the offense around. This year we were supposed to see the difference good coaching makes and get rid of the stink of the Wanstedt, Cameron, Sporano and Philbin taint that has fouled our franchise. However, so far Hulk see nothing different and this make Hulk wonder when will this story end?


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396 Responses to Hulk The Never Ending Story

  1. The Flying Pig says:

    Randy says:
    September 13, 2016 at 4:56 pm (Edit)
    So now that throw to Stills in the end zone was a hard throw? Holy cow. Come on. I bet you even Tannehill would say he should have completed it. What was so hard about it? The one he missed to Stills late in the game was an even bigger miss. I guess he just can’t be expected to make anything but the easy plays. Great….there’s nothing but easy plays in the NFL! Lol

    Randy that throw on the end zone has a very small window.
    And it’s better overthrown than underthrown
    I think that’s a throw was just out of reach
    It was almost perfect
    And that makes a throw like that a miss
    I’m pretty sure the top qbs in this league might make a better throw
    But I don’t think a lot of NFL qbs hit that throw – I think it’s an overthrow most of the time

    The throw late in the game went unnoticed
    But it wasn’t good
    I think it as worse than that throw

    I think you are spending too much time dwelling on tannehills performance
    And obviously I don’t defend him much

    But I think we need to wait and see how he performs throughout Sept before we jump all over him

  2. CavalierKong says:

    Fins – 30
    Pets – 27

  3. 81Howie says:

    Morning Update
    BriNY 27-21 MIA
    Piggy24-14 MIA
    Howie 24-8 NE*
    B’man 38-13MIA
    N/A 28-20 NE*
    Real 34-17 NE*
    Cav 30-27 MIA
    GO PHINS!!!

  4. 81Howie says:

    I see Spiller is already out in NOLA
    Oh wait it was the other CJ we wanted.
    well we can pick him up anyway if Ajayi
    contiues his crying game
    GO PHINS!!!

  5. Brian in NY says:

    Son definitely won the contest- hands down.

  6. Brian in NY says:

    Really good article, primarily because I agree with most of what you are saying. The one thing I disagree on is the Franks miss. You can’t really put that on him; IMO, it was because of a missed block by Tunsil. If he takes the inside rusher, than Franks almost certainly makes that kick.

  7. wyoming85 says:

  8. Mike E. says:

    Guess what tomorrow is! Go ahead, guess!!

    Oh yeah baby, it’s the seasons first ASK MIKE

    Send in your questions – – – – –

  9. sb7mvp says:


  10. steveccnv says:

    Wah Ken

  11. steveccnv says:

    I guess some expect us to go from 0-50 in under 1 second.

  12. Al in MIA says:

    Put me down for
    NE 24, MIA 17

    I don’t know what is worse.
    Watching the Patriots on TV or knowing that I’m eskimo brothers with Brady :/

  13. BoulderPhinfan says:

    Adam Beasley @AdamHBeasley
    Belichick on Dolphins: “I think they did a great job out in Seattle. …. I thought they played very well against a good team.”

  14. Al in MIA says:

    I always feel like this guy as a Fins fan when I see them do what they did in Seattle (and what they did against GB in Miami at our Finsfest)

  15. Al in MIA says:

    This is how I see Belicheat/Brady react when they play Miami

    I hate them so much

  16. Tim Knight says:

    Congrats Son!!!

  17. Al in MIA says:

  18. BoulderPhinfan says:

    “Rex Ryan has lap band removed in solidarity with brother Rob Ryan”

  19. sb7mvp says:

    Gase thinks 4 quarters is for Quakers. He’s used to coaching for 6.

  20. Tim Knight says:

    So who are we cutting to make room for Jones now that we also signed Butler?

  21. Al in MIA says:

  22. Al in MIA says:

    So apparently Brady was watching Redzone channel all day this past Sunday….

    Ben Volin Verified account ‏@BenVolin Sep 12

    Brady to Jim Gray: “I watched that one channel, that Red Zone channel, that captures everything. Pretty amazing.”

    I wonder what he thought when he saw this LOL

  23. Al in MIA says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 14, 2016 at 11:04 am

    Barry Jackson ‏@flasportsbuzz 32s32 seconds ago
    Dolphins waive Doughty to make room for DT Chris Jones

    PS time

  24. Al in MIA says:

    On that Ryan pick….WHAT THE F IS ROB CARRYING IN THERE! lol….seriously, that thing looks like he’s hiding an entire fridge in there.

  25. Ken says:

    I wouldn’t be shocked if we sign Doughty to the PS

  26. Al in MIA says:

  27. Tim Knight says:

    Ken, there’s also a good chance none of the young QBs the Jets kept are any good either.

    • Ken says:

      That thought brings a smile to my face. Of the 3 young guys I think Petty can be good but he needs to develop. I think Smith will soon be selling cars and Hackenberg will kick around the league for a little while because of arm talent but ultimately he will not pan out.

  28. sb7mvp says:

    I miss Ben Volin

  29. stangerx says:

    Seems like Vegas likes us more next weekend than I do. Depends on where you look, but the Pats are favored by five at home against us.

    We were ten point dogs to the Seahawks. And I get Brady won’t be lining up, but am surprised it wasn’t more like 7-8.

  30. stangerx says:

    From Volin’s article:

    “According to Pro Football Focus, Tannehill was under pressure on 48.5 percent of his dropbacks against Seattle, the highest rate in the league last week.”

    Don’t buy into PFF player evaluations at times, but they are good on stuff like pressure or not. How’s Pouncey doing?

    • Ken says:

      Tannehill was getting killed back there and it was not just him holding the ball too long no matter what Randy says. The the thing I like best about Tannehill is his toughness. He has taken a beating over the years but he keeps playing.

  31. stangerx says:

    Doughty may end up on our PS, but why am I thinking the evil genius might give him a roster spot, a plane ticket and a one-week paycheck?

  32. sb7mvp says:

    Tannehill did hold the ball too long on some of those plays and I saw at least 1 sack he should have avoided out of the 5. I wasn’t able to watch the entire game, but I know at least 1 sack was on him.

  33. Mike E. says:

    Holy shit. I just had the left side of my mouth done at the dentist (deep scale cleaning), and the younger dentist (Veteran dentist’s son) shot me up in my gums, palate, maxillary muscle, and it’s much more annoying than last week when the dad did it.

  34. BoulderPhinfan says:

    One can dream

    Adam Beasley @AdamHBeasley
    Reshad Jones on getting a win in Gillette: “It would be huge. … It would carry over the rest of the season.”

  35. Mike E. says:

    Tomorrow is ASK MIKE

    Send in your questions, comments, complaints, sob stories, whatever . . .

  36. wyoming85 says:

  37. wyoming85 says:

  38. wyoming85 says:

  39. sb7mvp says:

    I sent in a sob story.

  40. Ken says:

    sb7mvp says:
    September 14, 2016 at 12:02 pm (Edit)

    Tannehill did hold the ball too long on some of those plays and I saw at least 1 sack he should have avoided out of the 5. I wasn’t able to watch the entire game, but I know at least 1 sack was on him.
    There was definitely one sack I noted where he did hold the ball too long. But I thought the majority of the hits he took were as a result of quick pressure vs. holding the ball too long.

  41. Ken says:

    Mike E:
    I had deep scaling done a couple of years back. It sucks. Plain and simple but my teeth and gums are much better now than they were so it’s worth it.

  42. Tim Knight says:

    Tannehill standing tall in the pocket is not a negative, he’s fearless back there and if anyone should be skittish it’s him. But let’s not pretend he doesn’t get pressured almost immediately after the snap way too often. It’s still happening way too much.

    That’s why we have to start running the ball better and back them off. It’s not about them having to respect a deep ball over the top, we don’t have the time to make that play nearly enough. Gotta make them respect the running game first, then set up play-action.

    • Ken says:

      What was perplexing was late in the game in the go ahead drive in the 4th quarter the pass blocking was much better. Why can’t they block like that more often?

      • Tim Knight says:

        Seattle’s defense was probably tired too. Week one is the first time the starters and significant role players play a lot of snaps. So now teams will start to get into RS mode.

  43. Tim Knight says:

    I said this yesterday: “I also get that our OL is still not set yet. Lots of changes from last year and Pouncey is out again. Guys playing new positions and previous starters are now backups. They’re still a work in progress and I hope after a few games they start gelling and building chemistry. I think we have the talent, we need to find the right mix and some consistency.”

    Steen a young player and a first time center, but he earned it in TC and the PS to backup Pouncey.

    Tunsil is a rookie playing LG for the first time, has always been a LT.

    Bushrod playing RG for the first time, has always been a LT.

    James, I’m guilty of treating him like a top guy when he’s still developing too, he hasn’t played all that much in the NFL now in his 3rd year. Missed most of last year with the toe injury. I think he missed the last two games his rookie season as well.

    Albert is our best OL and rarely plays poorly. I’ve seen him shutdown the blindside enough times to know he’s good.

  44. sb7mvp says:

    I thought there were no more excuses this year and here goes Tim with a bevy of them. Lol.

  45. Tim Knight says:

    I know we fans are tired of the same issues in a lot of areas and that this team hasn’t won in a long time. But you can’t just look at paper and say, no excuses, look at the names and draft status of the OL. That means nothing until they play like it. Also we’re not the only team with OL issues, half the league has issues on the OL. Maybe more.

    Let’s hope as the season goes on we start to gel as a better team overall and put a string of wins together. I do think it’s possible. I just don’t now how long it will take.

  46. Mike E. says:


    That’s what everyone keeps telling me about the deep scaling, but I think the dentist today went a little happy with his syringe. Last week his dad gave me a couple of shots in the gums, upper and lower. Today, his son shot my gums, the maxillary muscle, my palate, and one deep into the lower gum, all the way in the back, I thought the needle was going to come through my cheek. lol

    Not my butt cheek, but it was a possibility. 🙂

  47. The Flying Pig says:

    This little Piggy just booked a flight for the Fest!

  48. Mike E. says:

    Thanks for the questions guys!

    If anyone has a last minute submission, I’ll take it!

    ASK MIKE –

  49. BoulderPhinfan says:

    he’s using last years game for motivation?

    Armando Salguero @ArmandoSalguero
    Bill Belichick, who stresses his team always look to next game, spent part of presser today talking about ’15 loss to Miami.

    • Tim Knight says:

      This would be a huge win for the Phins. I don’t care how the game goes down, a win is the most important thing. I don’t want to go with another moral victory in a division game.

  50. BoulderPhinfan says:

    this is good news. we need him this weekend.

    Omar Kelly ‏@OmarKelly 24m24 minutes ago Davie, FL
    DeVante Parker is practicing and looks like he’ll play on Sunday vs Patriots if he doesn’t suffer a setback.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Even though it’s not a big body of work with Parker, I think he’s a difference maker. He has so many mismatch options. He puts more pressure on a defense to defend.

  51. D says:

    Tanny had only a coupel real, holding on it too long moments, and he wasnt the reason he was getting hit. OL really wasnt either.

    I know people are looking for blame, but empty backfield, double gap blitz, you cant stop all of them. They either need to keep the RB back, roll the pocket to make these blitzes less effectiveand make them stop doing it, burn them with passing plays exploiting the wide open middle zone left by the LB’s, or expect the hits.

    I dont care how much you think our OL should be able to stop Tanny from getting hit, he was going to get hit with the combination of vanilla plays, empty backfield and double LB blitzes from some of the best LB’s in the game.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Running game has to get better.

      • D says:

        Blitzs clog the middle lanes, thats why i kept saying we need to bounce some runs outside. We kept running right to the lanes they clogged with blitzes. Their LB’s were brutal. When they go back and review the game i hope they show the LB’s the film on their LB’s side by side with their own so they can see what they are supposed to be doing.

    • stangerx says:

      Best I can say for Tanny on holding the ball too long is that I saw definite improvement. Great — No. Better — Yes. And I saw him throw away more than one ball that he wouldn’t have in the past.

      And we are talking about one of the places where he most needed to improve.

  52. D says:

    Mike E. says:
    September 14, 2016 at 2:58 pm


    That’s what everyone keeps telling me about the deep scaling, but I think the dentist today went a little happy with his syringe. Last week his dad gave me a couple of shots in the gums, upper and lower. Today, his son shot my gums, the maxillary muscle, my palate, and one deep into the lower gum, all the way in the back, I thought the needle was going to come through my cheek. lol

    Not my butt cheek, but it was a possibility. 🙂
    If he is numbing up your butt cheeks id be sure not to fall aslepp in the chair.

  53. D says:

    Main reasons that Tanny didnt stay upright was the constant LB blitz, pretty damn good coverage, ie nothing open, and really standard vanilla play calls, nothing but setup until the damn 4th quarter. Their defense was pretty lights our across the board, and all game long.

    • Ken says:

      I think Bushrod and James were struggling a bit in pass protection

      • D says:

        Bushrod for sure. James wasn’t bad. I mean it looked like his guy got around the back a few times but a OT is supposed to ride them back that way and if they try to speed rush you they a lot of times take themselves out of the play and you look like you are chasing them, but it s actually a good thing. He had a couple not so pretty moments, but so did Albert, so did Tunsil.

  54. D says:

    On top of having Parker id set still for those drops, teach him a lesson and activate hunter. Go with big receivers against NE’s secondary.

  55. Tim Knight says:

    D, just imagine not falling asleep but you can’t move. Moon River!!! LOL

  56. D says:

    Tanny had two balls he should have thrown away that he didnt and i know it was because he was trying to get something done and just ran out of real estate. First one i think was just trying to use every inch of the field to wait for a guy to get open, he got shoved out of bounds for what counted as a sack. Second one that asl counted for a sack, i really think he fogot his down and distance. It was second down and i think he thought it was third so he held on to it trying for that last get open moment and got stripped, and damn near lost the ball, which mercifully went out of bounds, but unfortunately was a clock continues to run scenario. They should have blown a whistle though so he didnt have to take that last sack, because the play was dead WAY before he snapped it.

  57. D says:

    Tim reply to you above about the run game.

  58. Ken says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 14, 2016 at 3:48 pm (Edit)

    Even though it’s not a big body of work with Parker, I think he’s a difference maker. He has so many mismatch options. He puts more pressure on a defense to defend.
    I totally agree he could be a difference maker. If that was Parker instead of Stills last week I bet you that’s a catch and a TD. Also I think you would have seen the difference in the redzone where our WRs were struggling to get open. Parker’s size would likely have given Tannehill a viable target in the redzone

  59. D says:

    NFL suspended Bills RT Seantrel Henderson four games for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy.

  60. Tim Knight says:

    Tannehill played the game within what it was. So did Wilson. It was that kind of game. Don’t make the big mistake. You can’t in what was a 6-3 game all day. Both QBs played like pros, not great but not poorly at all.

  61. Mike E. says:

    LOL D – If you’ve gone to the dentist, and probably most doctors, they make a cameo appearance at best, and then go on their way. The hygienist did everything once he shot my mouth to death. Now if she wanted to rape me, well . . . . lol

  62. The Flying Pig says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 14, 2016 at 3:48 pm (Edit)
    Even though it’s not a big body of work with Parker, I think he’s a difference maker. He has so many mismatch options. He puts more pressure on a defense to defend.

    and he makes the catch!

    Landry and Parker have good hands

    I don’t think you will see a mental fart like the one we saw v Seattle

  63. 81Howie says:

    Evening Update
    BriNY 27-21 MIA
    Piggy24-14 MIA
    Howie 24-8 NE*
    B’man 38-13MIA
    N/A 28-20 NE*
    Real 34-17 NE*
    Cav 30-27 MIA
    Wyo 24-20 MIA
    Al 24-17 NE*
    GO PHINS!!!

  64. Randy says:

    The QB sets his protection. We see a ton of shotgun and plenty of empty backfield. That affects getting your protection set too. Then, teams press the LOS on us, and bring extra men often. So, the running game is often trying to block -1 man or more. That usually doesn’t work. The way to disrupt zone runs is to get quick penetration upfield…preferably up the middle. It both disrupts the flow of your blockers, and it puts guys in position to stop the inside run as well. On top of this, we really don’t seem to want to establish a running game early by selling out to it, formation-wise. We rarely go to a power set.

    • Tim Knight says:

      All of this is true. Need to do a better job blocking these plays. There are some snaps that look good. It’s about consistency. You gotta get better than 50/50.

      • D says:

        Tim my point of the run blocking is if you have the box stacked, and the LB’s are firing through the C-G gap and the T-TE gap, running it right into that wall, i dont care who you have on the OL, you cant send a RB on a naked dive in those gaps and expect yards. If the LB’s have to play containment because you have been exploiting them on the outside, then they cant commit to hitting those gaps and you have a chance to get to them on the second level. Other option would be a dive with lead blocker, but we also dont do that often.

        You cant run effectively or pass if you dont do something about the numbers game. You just physically cant block everyone, you have to scheme around it. I guess im saying and i think Gase somewhat admitted it, they didnt pull out the big plays out of the playbook that would exploit them blitzing so much and in turn they didnt back off blitzing almost every play.

  65. Randy says:

    Just my opinion, but I don’t think you bench a guy for a drop. Especially in the first game of the season. You can limit his snaps or get on him in practices. There are lots of ways to help him feel the impact of that moment. But, typically, you want to go right back to him and show him you trust him. Don’t make it “a thing” and get him thinking about it. You want him to just go out there and play with confidence. Now, if several games in he’s still dropping balls, you may take a different approach. Again, not saying that’s the right way…just my thoughts.

    • D says:

      No you are right, i more mean id take his snaps from him, benching is more for continued issues but i think a point should be made that if he cant hold on to the ball, others are waiting that can. Id activate Hunter this next game and do what you are suggesting, split his snaps with him.

  66. Randy says:

    I think not running from traditional running sets is a part of it too. It’s just harder to run from a passing formation.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I’m with you there man and you can still do that in today’s game. Don’t know why more teams don’t do it. The game is about matchups, not just formations.

    • New Age says:

      I agree. Kubiak is known for his running game but a huge part is making it the priority it needs to be.

    • D says:

      Id brink Drake/Williams in on plays and have a lead back. I for sure would have brought Mitchell in on that dive play with Foster for the short yardage attempt.

  67. Randy says:

    I’m betting Stills is feeling some heat from the coaches this week. Lol He had several lapses in focus on Sunday. He played hard all game, but his focus wasn’t there. Hopefully it was first game yips. The bright side is that he was getting open a fair amount.

    • D says:

      Yeah maybe that it, hopefully it is. I just know i had heard rumors that the Saints had issues with him with big drops like that too, so when you see something like this you start to think, this shit isnt going to get any better, and maybe the people who had said the trade was a foolish one was right afterall.

  68. Randy says:

    I wonder if we even have a RB who could function as a lead blocker. It’s a tough job, and most NFL RBs these days have no idea how to do it. You don’t want just a body in there because that just clogs up the hole with another body. If the lead blocker can’t actually clear the hole, he’s not helping. Do you think Drake/Williams can do it? I have no idea.

    • D says:

      Id use them in different ways, i think they would be effective as lead blockers for off tackle runs, like a power 6 run. OT take his man to the outside, OG seals his inside, TE in motion, leads through the 6 gap, followed by Drake and Foster, TE picks up the first guy, Drake picks up the second, Foster does the rest. I am not sure i feel they would be appropriate as lead blockers on 0 gap plays, though you could line them up in that formation and go at it a few times then out of same formation run a counter with Foster to the weakside after Drake dives the 0. Could then actually give it to Drake on that dive because now you have them not sure what the heck you are going to do out of that same formation.

      • D says:

        They are not traditional lead backs is what im getting at but we could use them that way, if not we would need to look for a traditional FB if you want to do pure power run type stuff.

  69. Randy says:

    I was one of those that didn’t like the Stills trade and recall that debate. Maybe the dude needs lasic. Lol

  70. D says:

    Tim i know he was cut for a reason, but id like to think we also signed him for a reason…..

    • Tim Knight says:

      Not sure you bench a guy like Stills who’s been in the offseason all year for a guy like Hunter off of one tough game. I’d rather have him steaming to make up for it along with Parker.

      • BoulderPhinfan says:

        stills is in a contract year. And he saw the type of contract Rishard mathews got by making clutch catches. He better start making those catches or I think he should be benched.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      We signed him bc “why not”

      He is talent
      It hasn’t come together for him
      Sometime it does for guys on their 2nd team so it’s worth a shot

      But if you thrust him into starting – it’s starting him out in a bad foot

  71. Randy says:

    Oh okay. I was just going off your earlier comments about the inside runs not working. Most teams run that kick out block in the outside zone with a TE coming in motion across the field these days. Teams just seem allergic to having 2 RBs in the backfield these days. Lol

  72. The Flying Pig says:

    I liked the Stills trade

    We gave up a day 2 draft pick to pick up a player on a rookie contract and a guy you know can play in this league

    Yeah he dropped an easy TD
    All receivers have good and bad qualities

    When you pick up a guy that stretches the field you pick him up for that purpose

    Unless there elite and a first round type, you can expect other questionable qualities (hands)

    A guy like that is meant to work as part of the unit
    Not be a guy you rely on

    Trading for a guy like that on a rookie contract is better than signing a Mike Wallace to a huge deal

    Stills in public enemy number 1 all of the sudden bc of the drop and the kneel

    But a week ago he was being talked up as pushing Parker on the depth chart
    Which is laughable by the way

    There’s no problem with Stills on this team
    You probably don’t give a guy of his qualities a contract when he becomes a FA (this offseason) unless he really ups his game

    But that’s a solid WR to have down on your depth chart no matter what the short term memories types say

  73. The Flying Pig says:

    As I recall the Saints didn’t target him much
    And he didn’t have a lot of drops

    The wait a traded him with a vision of drafting Brandon cooks

    Cooks is an upgrade
    As a matter of fact Cooks would be an upgrade to about 70% of the receivers in the NFL

    But cooks was a 1st round investment for the saints
    He makes a player like Stills expendable

    Stills is a good WR down on your depth chart
    He just not a guy you should target a lot during the course of the season

    I’m hoping Landry and Parker play this weekend as our 1st and 2nd primary options and that takes pressure off Stills – which will open up the offense and make him deadly

    You need pieces like that down the depth chart
    Let Carroo develop slowly
    And don’t out too many expectation on Hunter and let him come along as well

  74. Mike E. says:


    Problem with Stills is he was passed on the depth chart by Rishard Matthews, and never managed to take it back. I like Rishard, but he’s not a very good WR, he’s OK. He’s going to get more chances, but like I said a while ago, Carroo is waiting in the wings just like Rishard was, and if Stills doesn’t step up, maybe Carroo will

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I think Carroo will be better than Matthews and should fill the same role
      In Matthews case I think he benefitted from playing its he same qb for years

      I don’t think you should have very high expectations for stills

      I think he’s at best your #3 and nothing more

      But if there are other talented receivers on the field, he’s gonna stretch the field and open things up for him

      A guy like that should never be a high target guy
      But they should exploit the D concentration on other guys
      And be big play threats

      Yeah they gotta catch the deep ball
      But I doubt defenses let stills roam free toward the endzone based on that drop

      I can’t imagine a receiver soon that twice on his career
      But if he has another huge drop like that I will probably be done with him

      That particular drop was worth 10 average drops
      It was horrendous

  75. 81Howie says:

    Morning Update
    BriNY 27-21 MIA
    Piggy24-14 MIA
    Howie 24-8 NE*
    B’man 38-13MIA
    N/A 28-20 NE*
    Real 34-17 NE*
    Cav 30-27 MIA
    Wyo 24-20 MIA
    Al 24-17 NE*
    GO PHINS!!!

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