Dolphins bolster QB position


With Ryan Tannehill very likely out for the season, the Miami Dolphins acted quickly to make sure they were competitive in 2017.  Some of the names on the list of candidates were of horror movie stuff.  Kyle Orton?  Tim Tebow?  I’m not going to hide my preference, we all know I favored Kaepernick, based only on a pure talent standpoint, and IMO, his potential in Adam Gase’s offense.  I do however, completely understand, and endorse the choice of Jay Cutler.  Gase and Cutler have a synergy.  They can sound off to each other, listen to each other, take criticism from one another, and do it in a manner where both still like and respect one another.  That, in and of itself is worth a lot.

As it has been well documented and discussed over and over, Jay Cutler had his best season with Adam Gase, and there’s reason to believe with the talent we have in our offense here in Miami, that Cutler could easily surpass the numbers he put up in Chicago in 2015.  Jarvis Landry, Devante Parker, Kenny Stills, Jay Ajayi, Julius Thomas, Leonte Carroo, Kenyan Drake, Cutler has plenty of nice weapons to exceed what he did in 2015.


I guess the big question is, does Jay Cutler start?  I think that’s the plan, unless there are any setbacks for Jay Cutler.  I like Matt Moore, and he’s definitely a capable QB.  On the other hand, he’s a BACKUP QB, not a starter.  He’s excellent at spending time on the sidelines, and then answering the call to come in and get the job done.  Could Jay Cutler do that if he spent weeks on the sidelines, and Moore was injured, and be expected to step in and get the job done immediately?  I’m not so sure about that.  It takes a certain mindset to work that way, much like a relief pitcher in baseball.  Good relievers are worth their weight in gold in MLB, and good backup QB’s are much the same.  Moore has shown, and possibly even preferred to be the backup.  He had opportunities to go elsewhere to compete for a starting job, but there was a certain comfort staying here in Miami as the backup.  No shame in that, he’s one of the best backup QB’s in the NFL, whereas as a starter, he would be towards the bottom of the pack.


So what of Ryan Tannehill?  I think it’s clear as day that whether Ryan Tannehill gets the surgery now, or 6-8 weeks from now, he’s having surgery and is not really in consideration as our QB for this season.  In other words, he’s done for the season, it’s just a matter of when he has the surgery.  It’s a shame, because many of us felt this was the year Ryan would reach great heights, and realize his potential, but now it’s all on hold for 2018.  None of this is official of course, just official in MY mind.  Get the surgery, come back fully healthy with a stable knee, and kick ass in 2018.  Don’t linger too long wasting time, get it done, and make it happen next season.  Unfortunately for Ryan Tannehill, his first OUT in his contract comes up in 2018, meaning if the Dolphins terminate his contract, of the $17.5M of his contract, only $4.6M is dead money.  If you’re rooting for Ryan (Like I am), also know that number drops even further down in 2019 to a $2.3M dead cap hit, meaning if the Dolphins want to give Tannehill 1 more year to figure out if he could reach a higher level of playing, they can do that.  A great year by Jay Cutler could certainly complicate that picture, but I’ll take the complications!

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723 Responses to Dolphins bolster QB position

  1. Tim Knight says:

    Phish, I agree it’s time to draft a young QB who has NFL caliber talent to develop. It doesn’t have to be 1st or even 2nd rd but it needs to be a guy with an NFL arm.

  2. The Flying Pig says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    August 11, 2017 at 11:05 am (Edit)
    Tell me if this works for you guys
    (Piggy plays a banjo)
    pheloniusphish says:
    August 11, 2017 at 11:23 am (Edit)
    Is that to the tune of Cat Ballou?


    sure…I will have to learn t hat one though

  3. Tim Knight says:

    Stockton last night said Godchaux and Phillips are battling for that OLB spot. LOL

  4. stangerx says:

    Stringfelllow for 99+ was the play of the game, but what liked just as much was how excited all the skills players got. Some of the most excited were guys he is competing with for roster spots like Carroo and Morgan.

  5. Tim Knight says:

    This really sucks. Feel bad for Raekwon. Fuck!!!

    Armando Salguero Retweeted Armando Salguero
    Now confirmed post MRI…out for the season.

    Armando SalgueroVerified account @ArmandoSalguero
    Dolphins do indeed believe LB Raekwon McMillan has ACL injury in right knee but are awaiting MRI

  6. BoulderPhinfan says:

    Elliott suspended 6 games. I have a feeling Landry might get the same treatment.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I think the difference is Elliot’s GF says it happened

      Landry’s denies any assault occurred

      The NFL’s policy does leave a open door for even the smallest accusation to lead to a suspension though. Its not a very good policy

  7. Mike E. says:

    It’s looking like Alonso WLB, Timmons MLB, and Hewitt SLB for us now. Not terrible, just not what we hoped for.

  8. ocalarob says:

    stringfellow looks like a cross between randy moss and julio jones!

  9. ocalarob says:

    I use to work with a guy name walter stringfellow

  10. The Flying Pig says:

    I hope we leave Alonso outside
    I would rather have Timmons move inside

  11. Tim Knight says:

    Buffalo Bills‏Verified account @buffalobills 19m19 minutes ago
    We’ve acquired CB E.J. Gaines and a 2018 2nd round pick from the Rams for WR Sammy Watkins and a 2018 6th round pick.

    • Tim Knight says:

      The Bills making trades.

      Buffalo Bills‏Verified account @buffalobills 18m18 minutes ago
      We’ve acquired WR Jordan Matthews and a 2018 3rd round pick from the Eagles for CB Ronald Darby.

      • steveccnv says:

        Matthews was out of favor in Philly, so the Bills made a poor trade, but it makes up for the Alonso trade.

  12. stangerx says:

    Here’s at least a guy from “Buffalo Rumblings” take on it…..sounds like Bills decided to go re-build, or at least not worry about this season much.

    “With the dust settled, the Bills now have two first round picks, two second round picks, and three third round picks in the 2018 draft. They are better prepared than ever for a massive retooling of the roster in the Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane era.”

    • Tim Knight says:

      No doubt! And there is this little tidbit.

      Omar Kelly‏Verified account @OmarKelly 40m40 minutes ago
      Buffalo just traded Sammy Watkins. WTF. Strangely enough, former Dolphins executives run Buffalo & I’ve heard they want 14.

      • steveccnv says:

        The idiot cant even get a joke right. So if former Fins execs running the bills wanted #14, why did they just trade him?

      • Tim Knight says:

        I read it that he meant Landry. Probably didn’t realize Watkins also wears 14. LOL

  13. BailBondMike says:

    Has the team given a press release on McMillan yet or we still going by media sources?

  14. steveccnv says:

    Watkins was another Fins killer, glad to see him gone, Darby too.

  15. steveccnv says:

    We stocked up on big CBs, because of the large WRs in our division, Watkins, Stabby and Decker, and now theyre all gone.

  16. Mike E. says:

    Steve – I get that, but I think they just prefer bigger corners

  17. steveccnv says:

    Would you rather have Phillips be the player the coaches thought he’d be this year, and no one step up to take the backup role, or what we have now with Godchaux stepping up and Phillips somewhat status quo?

    • Mike E. says:

      How about both guys kicking ass, option C?

    • Tim Knight says:

      Worst case scenario is Phillips is who he is, a guy who can be disruptive but inconsistent, so he’s the 3rd DT, and Godchaux being a non-stop motor guy who is consistent is the starter. That’s not a bad scenario. Taylor has also been impressive so it looks like we have solid depth.

  18. ElephantRider says:

    Can’t catch a break it seems…..



  19. The Flying Pig says:

    Have you guys seen Omar’s new Twitter rules


    • Tim Knight says:

      He sometimes thinks he’s a legend in his own mind. LOL

    • steveccnv says:

      He’s been using them for years, he brings them out this time of year, because it’s when he has leverage, since he tweets with a non stop motor during practice about plays. It’s when he’s at his best, using his eyes and not his brain.

    • steveccnv says:

      These rules are the definition of conceited.

    • stangerx says:

      We all knew back in the day that Twitter was like crack for him…….let him set up his own little world where he decided what to show and not show. He couldn’t get away from the crew that made him fast enough once that was an option. Did come to the first Fest though.

  20. BailBondMike says:

    Fuck, QB of the “O” and now the QB of the “D”. WTF! At least we have more solid options at MLB. That dude from Canada seemed to be balling last night. Can’t wait to watch the replay of the game.

  21. The Flying Pig says:

    We can lose half a dozen more guys for the season and still sweep the jests and the bills….lol

    Cocky Piggy!!!

  22. Randy says:

    I wouldn’t get too excited about who plays when or who starts just yet. There is a whole lot of time yet for things to settle out. Hopefully if nothing else we’re building better depth.

    • stangerx says:

      Think the depth was clear last night. Ours beat that of a team that was in the Bowl….even if might have more to do with them maxing out on their first team.

  23. Tim Knight says:

    Godchaux looks like he could be a Pouncey brother.

    • Mike E. says:

      He has better hips. lol

      • Tim Knight says:

        LOL, let’s hope it stays that way.

        It’s funny when we drafted him there were people who watched him at LSU saying he’s a steal in the 5th rd while the draftniks broke down all the typical pros and cons. Some guys are just football players and body type etc. is not the tell all.

      • Mike E. says:

        Yeah, very true

  24. Brian in NY says:

    Zeke Elliot suspended SIX game! wow

  25. stangerx says:

    Jags cut Albert from the reserve/retired list today. Means they can’t try to get back unused bonus money and that he is a FA free and clear. And if the price is right….he was drafted as a G.

  26. wyoming85 says:

    Adam Schefter‏Verified account @AdamSchefter 4h4 hours ago
    BUFF set up for 2018 draft:

    2 1st round picks (Mahomes deal)
    – 2 2nd round picks (Watkins deal)
    – 2 3rd round picks (Matthews-Darby deal).

  27. steveccnv says:

    What a tool Omar. The Dolphins offense started the preseason the same way they finished the 2016 season, struggling o. 3rd down.

    • Tim Knight says:

      LOL, yeah with many guys who will not see the field on a regular basis or at all. You cover this team for all these years and still don’t understand the PS, especially the 1st game. Sheesh!

  28. Tim Knight says:

    Steve, the Jets offense looks like it could have a real hard time scoring this year. The cupboard is bare.

  29. mf13ss says:

    BoulderPhinfan says:
    August 11, 2017 at 10:55 am
    list of available LBs right now
    There are a few players here I’d be willing to take a shot on, but we simply don’t have the money at this time and we may not have the money for a awhile (like, until next year unless we cut a $$$ player soon).

    I think we’ll be alright with our in-house options, but MAN does it ever SUCK that we’ve lost Raekwon for the season. When I caught wind of the official news just before noon, I almost had a meltdown at work.

  30. mf13ss says:

    Raekwon McMillan‏Verified account @Kwon_daTRUTH 12m12 minutes ago
    Thank You to everyone who has reached out to my family and I with support. For this is a minor…

  31. mf13ss says:

    Armando Salguero‏Verified account @ArmandoSalguero 3m3 minutes ago
    The Miami Dolphins will be placing QB Ryan Tannehill on IR and he will have reconstructive surgery. Next stop 2018.
    OFFICIAL now… as predicted. Good move for Tannehill.

  32. mf13ss says:

    Armando Salguero‏Verified account @ArmandoSalguero 3m3 minutes ago
    Here are the details on Ryan Tannehill to having, heading to injured reserve

  33. The Flying Pig says:

  34. Tim Knight says:

    I’ve heard we have some tough decisions on the DL. I’m not sure we will. I would not be surprised if we kept 10 which we did at times last year. I remember one game when at least 9-10 DL were activated for the game.

    DT Suh, Godchaux, Phillips, Taylor
    DE Wake, Branch, Hayes, Harris, Fede, ?

    You can’t play good defense without good trench play.

  35. steveccnv says:

    Steelers vs Giants on NFLN or youtube live.

  36. ocalarob says:

    Keep Hayes, and keep piggy stringfellow!

  37. olddolphan says:

    FOR MANY YEARS I was “Mr. Negative” on this site. With the Doofus Brigade of Ireland, Sparano and Philbin, it was hard to be positive. And Steve Ross couldn’t make a good decision to save his life, or so it seemed, when he gave extensions and pay raises to Sparano and Ireland!!
    But, now, the GASE ERA enters its second season. It’s been a year marked, so far, by horrid luck. But, as we all know, things do and WILL change. We WILL find new stars from the rubble. Guys will get a chance who, without these injuries, might not have gotten a fair shot. Hopefully, Ajayi will be ready for game 1. Larsen may be back for game 9. GASE will bring in replacements from other teams’ final cuts. And I think Cutler, now secure in his role, likely will have a decent to really good season.
    Are we Super Bowl contenders this year? Probably not. Given a change in our luck, could we be contenders NEXT SEASON?? –You betcha! Both Tanny and McMillian will come back with the eye of the tiger. Our O-Line figures to be better. Our over abundance of wide receivers could fuel a meaningful trade that brings us a quality starter at a position of need. Needless to say, I AM NOT THROWING IN THE TOWEL ON THIS TEAM NOR THIS FRANCHISE. All things are possible with Adam Gase and his coaching staff.

    Believe in the FINS!

  38. ocalarob says:

    Harris Wake and Branch will be getting after some QBs

  39. ocalarob says:

    That guy Stringfellow looks like he’s going to be a monster

  40. ocalarob says:

    dolphins replay at 9;30 am on NFL Channel

    • steveccnv says:

      If you don’t have NFLN check YouTube, I’ve been seeing the replays of each game pop up once the airing starts.

  41. jetsssuck says:

    NOW HOW COOL WOULD IT BE TO HAVE A HALL OF FAMER AS A HS COACH—-Brain Piccollo went to this school and after every home game their band plays brain’s song.

    Taylor noted he’s missing a couple of St. Thomas Aquinas High School’s football practices for these festivities. The first-year St. Thomas assistant coach said he expects to have to run some laps for missing practice. He has a plan, though.

    “I’ll wear my gold jacket,” he said of the coat Hall members are presented with.

  42. Ken says:

    Nice clips of Asiata up above. I like what I see there

  43. stangerx says:

    Mid-August and if the MLB was one division the Dodgers would have a 10 game lead and on pace to win 114……..that’s historic stuff. In other notes the Pirates are 23.5 games behind and had to win 7-9 to finally get back to .500.

  44. BailBondMike says:

    Watched the reply this morning. Usual PS1. Like Fales over Doughty. That ball to Stringfellow was a strike. Like what I saw from some of these other LB’s brought in. Look forward to seeing more of the 1’s.

  45. mf13ss says:

    Asiata did look good in the clip above. I still think he’s custom-built to play RG, but I see no reason (yet) why he can’t be a very good LG in time.

    JMO, but Asiata would be ‘plug-n-play’ from day 1 at RG (the non-blind side) while Jermon Bushrod could probably make a nearly seamless transition to LG (his natural side where his muscle-memory resides). That would be my answer to Larsen going out for half the season. We’ll see what happens.

  46. mf13ss says:

    I’ve gotta say… we’ve done very well regarding (my mantra!) POSITIONAL FLEXIBILITY.

    While Larsen’s loss will hurt us, it won’t kill us being we have others who can flex to LG.
    While Raekwon’s loss will hurt us, it won’t kill us being we have others who can flex to MLB.

    But regarding the loss of Tannehill, we HAD to bring another QB in being we don’t trust Doughty to backup Moore… or maybe even just handing the reigns to Moore.

    But please… NO MORE INJURIES!!!

    • stangerx says:

      Injuries are the leveler but hard to avoid. Just luck of the draw mostly. Last time we made the playoffs was when Brady went down.

  47. stangerx says:

    Dan Graziano, ESPN Staff Writer

    Ryan Tannehill’s $17.975 million salary for this year is fully guaranteed. But only $5.525 million of his $17.475 million 2018 salary is guaranteed against injury. He has no guarantees left other than that, which means the Dolphins could move on from Tannehill after this year with very little financial commitment left.
    Would argue against “very little”…..but still get why it is in there, and why Ryan is a much better sell next year after the surgery than without it.

    • mf13ss says:

      Correct… we’ve known for well over a year that 2018 could be Tannehill’s “escape hatch” with his mere $5.5M guaranteed. I took that into account the other night when I showed Son a best case scenario to land Kirk Cousins… and we both agree it’s not worth it, especially being we’d be unable to re-sign Landry.

      Best case scenario? Ask Tannehill to restructure next year to free-up some $$$. He’s getting PAID this year to rehab, least he can do is restructure next year for the sake of the team.

  48. naplesfan2010 says:

    from PFF:
    EDGE Terrence Fede, 85.5 overall grade

    T Eric Smith, 83.8 overall grade

    DI Nick Williams, 82.8 overall grade

    DI Lawrence Okoye, 82.7 overall grade

    LB Chase Allen, 82.7 overall grade

    T Eric Smith, 83.8 overall grade
    It was a good day for the undrafted free agent out of Virginia, who played the second most snaps among all Dolphins offensive players (55 snaps). He allowed just one late QB hurry on 35 pass blocking snaps for a pass blocking efficiency of 97.5, tops of any tackle so far this preseason with at least 23 snaps in pass protection. He also finished with an impressive run blocking grade of 85.3.

    WR Francis Owusu, 80.9 overall grade
    It was impressive to see Owusu with such a high grade considering he only had two catches all game. But both catches were on throws over 20 yards in the air, which means Owusu had a perfect 100.0 percent catch rate on deep throws. Both catches were impressive back shoulder catches on third down, one of which went for a touchdown, which only added to Owusu’s impressive performance.

    EDGE Terrence Fede, 85.5 overall grade
    The former seventh-round draft pick played just 16 snaps but made his presence felt, generating a hit and a hurry on just six pass-rushes, for a pass rush productivity of 25.0. Fede also made two combined defensive stops, and finished the game with team-high overall grade of 85.5.

    DI Lawrence Okoye, 82.7 overall grade
    Okoye was disruptive in both the run and pass game, collecting two quarterback hurries, two tackles, and two solo stops on the night.

    • stangerx says:

      Shows how important PFF is these days, when they are working on first game preseason grades. But out of those five……Okoye is the one have my eye on.

  49. naplesfan2010 says:

    For new England from PFF note the former Dolphin at OG
    TE Jacob Hollister, 87.3 overall grade

    QB Jimmy Garoppolo, 86.5 overall grade

    WR Austin Carr, 81.2 overall grade

    S Damarius Travis, 79.5 overall grade

    G Jamil Douglas, 79.1 overall grade

  50. naplesfan2010 says:

    from PFF for Buffalo
    LG Richie Incognito, 80.8 overall grade
    At 34 years old, there were some questions heading into this season whether or not Incognito could maintain the high level of play we’ve seen from him since coming to Buffalo. He did his best to answer them Thursday with a superb run-blocking performance in only 17 snaps, with an 85.7 run block grade, a game-high.

    • Tim Knight says:

      It still pisses me off that we had to move on from him due to bullygate but he was allowed to go to BUF and be productive. A whole lotta BS right there.

  51. Tim Knight says:

    Eric Smith was a pleasant surprise the other night. I like what Gase did in the first PS game. He looked to his bench and said go out and prove yourselves and some guys did. That will likely be the case again in PS game 2. I feel our core guys are going to get their main work in PS game 3 and that’s it. No core guys will play game 4. With teams being able to keep 90 throughout the PS you can now do that.

  52. mf13ss says:


    If you hadn’t already heard, Eric Smith was doing a good job of handling Charles Harris last week in camp. Methinks he could be a ‘darkhorse’ player for us; loving what I’m hearing about him.

  53. Rockphin says:

    Man it FEELS GOOD to see OD drinking the Koolaid!!


    Have another Mr. Campbell…… \_/

  54. Tim Knight says:

    We can be solid at LB with Alonso, Timmons, Hull and Hewitt but please no more injuries.

  55. Rockphin says:

    There will be many more injuries this year some too our starters and then there he backups too. That’s the nature of the game. How the rest of the team handles those injuries will determine how well we do this year.

    • stangerx says:

      Saw a lot of depth and athletes out there on Thursday. Seems we also have the coach to make the most out of them as well.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I meant major. We lost Ryan, Raekwon, Larsen for half a season and Ajayi is still in concussion protocol. We can’t keep taking too many hits like this. They were all starters when it happened. You don’t want to go to the bench this deep this early.

  56. olddolphan says:

    YOUNG STANGER: WE could NOT get the Fins game here in Tampa, so I missed out on the “thrill” of seeing Ross. However, a local businessman tells me Ross decided a couple of years ago to sell the Miami franchise to another NYC real estate mogul. The exact date of the sale has not yet been determined.
    Speaking of selling a franchise, it now appears that the Marlins have finally been sold to a group that includes Derek Jeter and Michael Jordan. A three-quarters vote for approval by MLB owners is all that separates this deal from being finalized.

    • Tim Knight says:

      OD, just remember Ross is not a NYC guy through and through.

    • stangerx says:

      OD — can’t keep you down man……Ross came off as real impressive. Did your inside guy know why Ross put all the money into the stadium and was the only one who voted against the Raiders move cause he though teams should stick with home town loyalty? Your guy might have been right at the time, but seems if he was Ross is “born again” on that now.

      And yeah Loria is still trying to sell the Marilins and Jeter still involved. Before it was him and Jeb Bush….now him and Air Jordan. We will see. Pretty sure the price went down though.

      • mf13ss says:

        Loria sold it to Jeter’s group yesterday, Stanger. It just now needs the owners’ approval… expected to be finalized by October.

      • stangerx says:

        Thanks M13….was just commenting on how this is not the first announcement of an agreement to sell. As they say in the real estate bus — “ain’t over till the check and the keys cross at the middle of the table.” Did note the amount was for $300 mil less than the one announced before though.

  57. stangerx says:

    Real nice by Hyde about how JT and Harris are working together (encourage the full read). Also interesting about last time Taylor tried the same with a former #3 overall pick.

    “I had to chase him down to try to work with him. I couldn’t get him to call me back. I finally just gave up on it.”

    • steveccnv says:

      Good article, and my favorite type of player in Harris. One that knows he can always get better and will work relentlessly to get where he wants to be, but unlike Taylor he’s got a lot of help on the DL, so he doesn’t have to do it all himself.

    • Brian in NY says:

      Interesting read. That’s what you want (expect?) to hear about your rookies, especially one drafted so high. I’ve never hear that story about Jordan though- no wonder he was a bust.

  58. naplesfan2010 says:

    Asiata opened his hole on every running play he had in that clip and stonewalled the rusher on every pass blocking job. He even helped out another OL after sealing his own guy off.

    Small sample, but stilll

  59. naplesfan2010 says:

    oh and hey now i can root for Sammy again. we only have to play him what every four years? he killed us with that double move.

  60. Tim Knight says:

    Harris has the talent and work ethic to become a beast. He was good off the edge against ATL. He’s still a bit raw but that’s gonna come.

    • steveccnv says:

      When you have 4 DEs that can play, you can keep them fresh, so they can go balls to the wall all game. Something we haven’t had in quite a while.

  61. Brian in NY says:

    Good article. I don’t think there is any chance Cutler is not our starter if he is healthy. He’s getting $10 million guaranteed, that alone makes him he starting QB. The Cutler situation is interesting, but I wonder what his mindset is regarding his future. He did retire recently, would a good year change his thinking on that? Only he knows that for sure. It would make me a bit nervous to count on someone who retired for the long term. I wonder if they try to renegotiate Tannehill’s this offseason to lower his number for the next few years and minimize their risk financially. We ‘ll soon find out.

    • ocalarob says:

      believe if they do resign Tannehill they will give him a signing bonus and spread it over the life of the contract thus making the early years very cap friendly.

      • ocalarob says:

        I Believe”

      • Brian in NY says:

        Correct. We need some salary cap relief for next season, and we need to protect against the possibility of Tannehill not becoming who we hope he can be. Suh’s needs to be redone as well.

    • jetsssuck says:

      Maybe Cutler will prolong his career because SFlorida has a heavy presence of Diabties research in the s.florida hospital district.

  62. jetsssuck says:

    What a disappointing morning. I was expecting a ice cream machine for the kids(lol) I bought on amazon Friday and the tracking said it would arrive by 8pm last night. I have been excited since I ordered it and have gotten the hundreds of recipes ready to make it. Most only have 4-5 ingredients so how hard can this be. Well, 7.30 pm came, it was getting real late and I couldn’t hold out any longer into the dark night. I woke up this morning like a kid on xmas morning hoping the ice cream maker was left on the porch. Nothing I looked everywhere even under my rocker. The hell with church this morning. I looked it up on amazon acct and they rescduled the delivery for Wednesday. Yesterday,,,the damn site said before 8pm. Amazon prime sucks. Now, I have to go to grocery store and buy 10-15 pints sizes of different ice cream flavors I have been dreaming about and eat them in parking lot before coming home.

  63. mf13ss says:

    Armando Salguero‏Verified account @ArmandoSalguero 8m8 minutes ago
    Jay Ajayi leaving the field with a trainer and the trainer has his helmet.

  64. steveccnv says:

    Asiata getting first team reps.

  65. steveccnv says:

    Gase downplaying the McMillan injury said, he was only figured to play 30% of the D snaps anyways, so STs were a given. I think as the year went on he would’ve gotten a little more, but it’s not like we lost a Jones or Wake. Basically this injury doesn’t change much, but it still sucks.

    • stangerx says:

      He might have been edging towards the bright side on that, but never had any doubt that when we went to the nickle that it would be Alonso and Timmons, even if to my mind that still left open close to half the snaps for the young rook.

  66. steveccnv says:

    I think Hull was inserted into MLB to minimize change, but I expect Timmons in the middle and Hewitt outside, Riley based on size and how he looked on Thursday will also be given a shot. This team took adversity last year and laughed at it, no change this year. Gase does what he does.

    • stangerx says:

      And part of what he does is set up a lot of flexible play pieces so he is not set into one option. Think the draft showed that. He’d probably never admit, but guessing the coach he models himself on most is belichick.

      • naplesfan2010 says:

        as long as Gase stays on the sunny side of honesty, that is a great role model to emulate.

  67. stangerx says:

    Maybe we don’t have too many wideouts after all…..perhaps that is like how Gase feels about DBs (below from Jackson)..
    “the Dolphins are now without five young receivers: Leonte Carroo (hamstring), Jordan Westerkamp (hamstring) and Francis Owusu (knee) are the latest to be sidelined, joining Rashawn Scott (foot) and Isaiah Ford (knee).”

    “Carroo had a hamstring strain; we’re trying to give him a day off and see how he recovers,” Gase said.”

  68. naplesfan2010 says:

    PFF grades on former Dolphin now with the Cardinals
    T Ulrick John, 84.3 overall grade

    Edge Cap Capi, 80.0 overall grade

    S Ironhead Gallon, 78.6 overall grade

    DI Olsen Pierre, 78.5 overall grade

    S Harlan Miller, 77.8 overall grade

    T Ulrick John, 84.3 overall grade
    After latching on with Arizona early last season, John did not see the field until Week 12 for the Cardinals and the results were not pretty. In three games, he allowed three sacks, four hits and 12 hurries for an overall grade of 32.6. John was much improved on Saturday night though as he did not allow one pressure on his 31 snaps in pass protection, good for a pass protection grade of 86.3.

    • steveccnv says:

      Matchup, matchup, matchup…he most likely played against scrubs. What Ulrick did at the end of the year for AZ is most likely his true colors.

  69. ocalarob says:

    Rose and Bokamper

  70. steveccnv says:

    What do you guys think of the Zeke 6 game suspension?

  71. naplesfan2010 says:

    My other son just called to say he got engaged last night. We’ve been expecting it for a couple years, so it’s a relief not a surprise. (I’m old school. I prefer marriage to long-term live-ins, especially if they’re going to have kids.)

    She’s very smart, also graduated from Georgia Tech in engineering, although a bit too much of a mommy’s girl / daddy’s girl type for my taste. She works at Braves games. She’s the camera director for crowd and fan shots and close-ups on anything not in the game itself.

    Now how’d she get a neat job like that? Well her daddy is in charge of electronics at the stadium.

    • steveccnv says:

      Is it a real job, meaning, can you make a living off of it?

      • naplesfan2010 says:

        Oh yes she gets paid … don’t know how much but every pro stadium has someone in the truck or booth calling shots of fans … you know, you’ve seen those, the pig face masks, the cute children, the foul balls, whatever.

      • steveccnv says:

        I know she gets paid, but does she only work there? Does it pay enough to live off of?

    • stangerx says:

      Congrats to both your son and sounds like you. Now you get into the wedding. Old school says her family pays, but that is shattered at this point.

      Just my experience — had two weddings. First was the real big one-minute for every person thing (that the two sets of parents paid for). When told my Dad was getting married again…..his 2nd response was “this one is on you.”

      Aside from the next wife being better…….we sent out invitations to everyone to join us on a three-day Carnival Cruise. Only twenty-some showed up. Liked it much better. The people that cared did enough to pay to be there and we had a lot of quality time. Think my whole cost on the wedding (other than our travel) was like two grand.

      • naplesfan2010 says:

        Thank you.
        I haven’t heard a date yet, so I hope it’s far enough into the future that i can get a job on weekends to pay for my part.

      • steveccnv says:

        Lol, that 20+ people went. When I was a kid my mom’s sister eloped, and she only told their mother, who in turn told my mother…well my mom, and my 2 siblings and I showed at the pool on the ship before sailing. My mom told her we were going on the cruise, she looked like she saw a ghost. Why others on your honeymoon?

      • stangerx says:

        LOL steve….sounds like your grandma wanted that to happen. And wasn’t my honeymoon. Was my wedding cruise….we all hung out for three days and a very nice official from the island we were docked at came in to make it official at one point.

  72. steveccnv says:

    My point on the Zeke suspension is, from an AFC POV, only Denver benefits, as they play the Cowboys week2.

  73. manitobafinfan says:

    Mike E ,D, Stanger, Herd and Piggy: and anyone else possibly interested..

    Please confirm yes or no to playing FFB again this year ASAP at ..i will be setting up a LIVE Draft date for the last week of August or 1st week of September,. please be sure to read and understand scoring (so far same as last year for those that were here) or if not enough interest i will kill it… Thanx…

  74. naplesfan2010 says:

    well i hope McFadden knows Denver’s weaknesses then, from his days at Oaktown, although that’s probably too long ago now.

    ok out now … gotta go to a party at a brewery … some new releases to sample

  75. Tim Knight says:

    Trevor Reilly and Deon Lacey are pushing to make the roster at LB as well. Both will have to keep showing up on STs but they’ve looked good at LB too. Reilly gives us some length at 6-5 240 and Lacey shows some good quickness around the ball.

  76. Mike E. says:

    Naples – Congratulations!

  77. Tim Knight says:

    The way we’re seeing things now this is how I see the 53 man roster panning out.

    DL 10
    LB 6
    DB 10

    OL 9
    TE 3
    QB 2
    RB 4
    WR 6

    K 1
    P 1
    LS 1

    • naplesfan2010 says:

      I think you’ve nailed it.
      DL might be 5 and 5 this year instead of 6 and 4.
      Probably 6 CBs and 4 Safeties unless a safety is the nickel or the back-up for the nickel.
      depending also on how they want to handle TJ coming off suspension.
      oh and thanks

  78. jetsssuck says:

    Here’s a good site to out these white racist nationalist.———————————–Pass it along

    • steveccnv says:

      Thats great JS, one racist group trying to oust another. Why don’t we disapprove of them all? This kind of crap just divides the country more. Whats the difference between the alt left and the alt right? All these protests should be temporarily banned.

      • jetsssuck says:

        If everyone was not so judgemental we wouldn’t have this problem.The groups that provoked these horrible actions threw bottled urine on the other groups, used tazers and were provoking the other group. What they did to the dead girl’s FB page 30 minutes after she was identified is disgusting. These people have no respect for other people dead or alive.

      • steveccnv says:

        I’m not questioning that what that group did was horrible. The problem is from both sides (far left and far right) and to back either side is wrong.

      • steveccnv says:

        And by saying pass this along…you’re taking sides of one of the racist groups.

  79. stangerx says:

    According to Lieser, Thomas isn’t practicing today (he had one last season as well) and Drake was pulled after a head-to-head hit. Mighty dangerous in Davie these days.

  80. stangerx says:

    On the brighter side — Pouncey should be playing in either the 2nd or 3rd preseason game.

  81. stangerx says:

    Some of Joe Schad’s quick hits on what Gase had to say after practice.

    • He does not have an update on Kenyan Drake yet.
    • Julius Thomas (back) tightened up. Just precautionary.
    • Jay Cutler has the offense down. It’s more timing and mental.

  82. ElephantRider says:

    Maybe they’re getting all the injuries out of the way before regular season starts……

  83. jetsssuck says:

    steveccnv says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:31 pm
    I’m not questioning that what that group did was horrible. The problem is from both sides (far left and far right) and to back either side is wrong.
    No Steve—-not taking sides is wrong. America was created by immigrants and to think one is more important than the other is down right racist. KKK, skinheads, Alt-right, white supremacists don’t belong in any society that values diversity and freedom. Diversity is what made
    America great.
    This country can solve any problem or create the impossible because we have so many different nationalities, who look at problems from different perspectives. We don’t put up barriers on innovation, we encourage different views to achieve goals that would never be possible with just a single nationalities view.

    • steveccnv says:

      You just proved my point that you’re taking sides.

      • Rockphin says:

        and so you have you……

      • jetsssuck says:

        So what side are you behind the KKK, skinheads, Alt-right, white supremacists OR are you opposed to their beliefs of one race is superior to another.

      • steveccnv says:

        I’ve denounced both sides. I’m not on the side of either if these racist groups. I think all protest should have a moratorium.

      • jetsssuck says:

        You lost me Buddy. Both sides? So you denounce the side that believes no one nationality is better than another? Moratorium has got me confused…These protests got permission with a city permit. The night before rally was not allowed and these people provoked innocent by standers by throwing urine into the crowd.

      • steveccnv says:

        I’m denouncing the group, not what they’re saying. Look you sent a link from some left wing racist group to put a halt to the far right group, I said both groups should be denounced. What makes one group better than the other? Why should we allow these protest?

    • jetsssuck says:

      You lost me buddy——–left wing racist group? Protesting is a fundamental (1st Amend)right of every US citizen but to provoke others is pushing this right, past the rights of others.

      • jetsssuck says:

        I’m denouncing the group, not what they’re saying———————————————————————-
        So you agree with what they are saying? What exactly do you agree with because this is a very important issue where lines are drawn……..

      • steveccnv says:

        This group that had the protest and rammed their car into the crowd. This group needs to be stopped.

  84. Mike E. says:

    Hating on any race, color, creed or religion is just not acceptable. Murdering people because of those feelings is worse. I understand these monsters exist, but there’s no place on this earth for people like that.

  85. Rockphin says:

    “He’s definitely the monk on our team. He knows a lot of things off the field. He has a lot of information about, just about life off the field so it’s always great to have somebody like that in your locker room.”
    — Charles Harris says veteran defensive end William Hayes has been a big help, on and off the field.

    Just don’t ask him about Mermaids, Sasquatch or dinosaurs. (two of which are make believe but he believes in and one is a fact that he doesn’t believe……)

  86. Rockphin says:

    Happy Birthday Kiko Alonzo!

  87. Rockphin says:

    Caption this:
    I’m telling you Mike, regardless of your hip injury you need to take care of this. I can’t have my players with blue balls so bad that I need an assistant to follow you around carrying them. Rub one out if you have to!

  88. TOP SECRET says:

    oh hell….i’m not one to shy away from a political topic or give a shit if someone disagrees……..RACISM IS NOT ONLY WRONG. IT’S PLAIN OL’ FUCKING STUPID……and that goes for ALL racism!

    now, those dip shits (white supremacists) had their legal permit to exercise their first amendment right…….and yes, even dumb asses have a first amendment right to free speech….. if you disagree with their opinions or rhetoric…my suggestion is to ignore them……I would NOT advise to “just show up to their protest, and protest…history has shown that to be a terrible idea……what you do, is get a legal permit to exercise your first amendment right, and then do so.
    so, as vile as white supremacist are, they can’t be held solely responsible for the violence that occurred…..because you would have to be a special kind of stupid to not realize that there were racist of their own and agitators there in force looking for a fight….and got the violence they were looking for.
    sad that someone got killed, she probably should have stayed home or went home after she saw ALL who gathered…….again sad.

    • Brian in NY says:

      Agreed. Showing up to denounce what they are saying is just feeding into their cause. Don’t show up, ignore their demonstration, and let them move on. They are entitled to their opinions, as wrong as they are.

    • jetsssuck says:

      they didn’t have a permit the night before and they threw urine into the crowd of innocent by standers–they provoked innocent by standers

    • jetsssuck says:

      good to see ya TS, its been a while.Hope, everything is going good.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Agreed. That’s why I find protests to be ineffective to begin with. They don’t accomplish anything at the end of the day other than possible violence and more outrage. That’s just how I feel about it. Obviously many people feel it is a worthy thing to do.

  89. Rockphin says:

    So did anyone watch Game of Thrones last night!? OMFG! They dropped a bomb in that you would miss if you were not paying attention.

    Jon Targarian? (NOT a bastard)

    • Rockphin says:

      Jon is Daenerys’s nephew, but he is the LEGAL heir of her older brother Rhaegar which makes HIM the heir to the Iron Throne!

      Better stop giving Jon the google eyes Daenerys and BEND THE KNEE!

  90. Mike E. says:


    If you had paid attention to last year’s finale, you would have already known that silly!

    • Tim Knight says:

      I didn’t know that because I watch the show in pieces. I’m really bad with that and I do like the show. LOL

      • Mike E. says:

        That’s fair. Is it pretty easy to miss things. I’ve read all the books, but at this juncture, they’re already way PAST the books, because George RR can’t finish book 6, and I have a feeling he may never do it.

  91. Mike E. says:

    I don’t think they should protest a white supremacist rally, they should just find out where they are and flamethrow the entire freaking crowd. No protest necessary. Job done, carry on . . .

    • Mike E. says:

      Ignoring it allows it to fester. Not a fan of that. The vermin need to be eliminated before they pass along their hatred and it grows bigger.

      • Tim Knight says:

        It’s a really fucked up way to live. Hating different groups of people because somehow you think you’re supreme in some fucked up way. They don’t realize they are the ones who are subhuman and the minority.

      • pheloniusphish says:

        Kind of the same as the KKK’s response to civil rights protests in the 60’s…

  92. Rockphin says:

    Mike , last season they revealed that he was related to her but you assumed he was the child of rape. Last night it was revealed by Gilly that the prince had had his previous marriage annulled and secretly married Ned’s sister which would make Jon Snow the legitimate heir to the throne! The crown prince’ son has a much stronger claim to the throne then does the sister of the crown prince

  93. Rockphin says:

    But the three eyed raven is so whacked out in the head he may never tell Jon what he saw in his vision about Ned Stark

  94. mf13ss says:

    Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter
    WR Trey Griffey, son of Ken, is signing with the Miami Dolphins, per source.

  95. son of a son of a shula says:

    Sergio Garcia – Masters
    Brooks Koepka – US Open
    Jordan Spieth – British Open
    Justin Thomas – PGA

    All 4 major winners with 6 letters in first and last name (coincidentally?) the year after Arnold Palmer dies. Did you count the letters in Arnie’s name?

  96. son of a son of a shula says:

    Ken Griffey Sr, the one I grew up watching, is an old Grandpa now. Time flies…

    • olddolphan says:

      So Griffey Sr. is “an Old Grandpa?” When he becomes “an Old GREAT-Grandpa,” please let me know. Until then, he’s just another young whipper snapper!!
      Speaking of YOUNG, Giancarlo Stanton just launched his 43rd home run half way to Havana in his first at bat tonight. I believe that’s his 10th home run in his last 11 games. If Derek Jeter can just find one more starting pitcher, the Marlins will be on their way to relevance next season. And getting Justin Bour back off the disabled list wouldn’t hurt, either.

  97. mf13ss says:

    Glenn Geffner‏Verified account @GlennGeffner 9m9 minutes ago
    In setting a single-season #Marlins record with his 43rd HR, Giancarlo Stanton becomes 1st player in club history to homer in 5 straight gms
    That passes Gary Sheffield’s 42 HRs for the Marlins… and Sheffield is the nephew of Dwight Gooden. Can’t believe the baseball stuff I still remember.

    • mf13ss says:

      Speaking of good blood-lines, here.

      • olddolphan says:

        With a healthy Stanton,Yelich, Ozuna, Bour and Realmuto, the “BISCAYNE BAY WRECKING CREW” could do some major damage next season!!

      • son of a son of a shula says:

        A little white stuff in those blood lines lol

      • mf13ss says:

        Being I don’t follow baseball any longer, I have NO IDEA who Yelich, Ozuna, Bour, or Realmuto are, seriously! I just know that Giancarlo Stanton is a STUD and there are a couple of Marlins fans here.

        Best of luck to your Marlins, Mr. Campbell!

  98. ocalarob says:

    Trade Caroo for a LBer, There must be a team LBer heavy as we are WR heavy, trading will avoid having to pick up one on the waiver that a lot of other teams past on.

  99. mf13ss says:

    son of a son of a shula says:
    August 14, 2017 at 7:45 pm
    A little white stuff in those blood lines lol
    A little blood stuff in those white lines, too! 😀

  100. olddolphan says:

    HEY MF-13: Speaking of “Can’t believe the baseball stuff I remember,” try this one on for size:
    WHO was in the on deck circle when Henry Aaron hit his famous 715th home run, breaking Babe Ruth’s record? If you answered “Dusty Baker,” I believe you are RIGHT!!

    • mf13ss says:

      Ah, man… that’s above my ‘baseball pay grade’, sir! I couldn’t have guessed that in a million years, seriously. Nice fact! I’ve always appreciated Dusty Baker… both the player and manager.

  101. Mike E. says:

    Rock – You’re absolutely right bud, my apologies. Gilly revealed that last night while she was reading the scrolls at the Citadel.

  102. olddolphan says:

    Y’all have a great evening and a better tomorrow. Gotta take care of some family matters right away.–Hope to talk to you tomorrow.

  103. mf13ss says:

    Pro Football Focus‏Verified account @PFF 37s37 seconds ago
    Jarvis Landry is only getting better

  104. wyoming85 says:

  105. naplesfan2010 says:

    OD and MF
    I’m pretty sure I was at that game where Hank Aaron hit that homer. He was my favorite player. I followed him from Boston to Milwaukee to Atlanta. I was at the very first Braves game ever in Atlanta.

    • mf13ss says:

      Bro, that’s awesome! In terms of being a baseball fan, I’ve been a ‘flip-flopper’ over the years due to massive FA. I grew up watching the Braves on TBS… the Dale Murphy days. I became a full-fledged Braves fan in the early 90s… Dave Justice, Ron Gant, Terry Pendleton, Mark Lemke, Fred McGriff, Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, and John Smoltz, etc…

      GRAND teams!!!

  106. naplesfan2010 says:

    Chargers ratings from PFF
    Edge Chris McCain, 83.2 overall grade

    DI Tenny Palepoi, 80.2 overall grade

    S Desmond King, 77.7 overall grade

    CB Randall Evans, 76.9 overall grade

    S Tre Boston, 76.6 overall grade


    Edge Chris McCain, 83.2 overall grade
    Not much went right for the Chargers’ defense, and McCain didn’t play all that well against the run, but he was easily the most productive pass rusher in the game for either team. McCain finished the night one sack, two hits, and three hurries on 20 snaps rushing the quarterback.

  107. Mike E. says:

    I remember watching the game when Hammering Hank hit #715 off Al Downing. I was in my friend Mitch Gold’s house, his whole family and a couple of friends huddled around the TV.

  108. Mike E. says:

    Jay Ajayi OUT of concussion protocol, Kenyan Drake IN

  109. pheloniusphish says:

    America wasn’t built on diversity. America was built on absorbing diversity. That whole melting pot thing. The Antifa and BLM are no less hate groups than the KKK and their ilk. If you support any of them, in anything they do, you are a fucking idiot and a waste of carbon.

    • steveccnv says:

      Thats basically what I’ve been saying, say no to all of them, yet some, like the media and others want to make this issue from the past weekend partisan. They’ll go after the right wing racists, but have no problem with the left wing racists.

    • steveccnv says:

      They’ll also tell you America was built of immigrants, but what they wont mention is they were hard working legal immigrants and not illegal entitlement immigrants.

  110. ocalarob says:

    drake concussed

  111. BoulderPhinfan says:

    And the hits keep coming ouch!

    Omar Kelly‏Verified account @OmarKelly 2m2 minutes ago
    Tony Lippett tore his Achilles’ tendon yesterday and is headed to IR.

  112. Mike E. says:

    Every team has injuries, but ours are really mounting. All I can say is it’s early, and we can still get help.

    • BoulderPhinfan says:

      It’s gonna be one of those seasons with a hard schedule and injuries. Lets hope we can avoid picking top 10 next year. I was looking forward to this year too.

      • Mike E. says:

        Hey now! We took care of the QB position, we have very good depth at CB. LB concerns me some, but we’ll probably sign another vet for depth. It’s not so bleak, but we have certainly had our share of setbacks.

  113. ocalarob says:

    i hope tankersly can compete

  114. ocalarob says:

    i think we will see cutler thursday

  115. Mike E. says:


    I think Verner will be the slot CB, but the other guys are need to step on the outside, and in dime packages.

  116. pheloniusphish says:

    Bummer about Lippett. He was one of my favorites. Overall I think we are still good at CB.

  117. BoulderPhinfan says:

    it seems like they want mccain in cb and verner outside specially now that lippett is out. Thomas is also taking snaps at nickle.

  118. steveccnv says:

    What are they doing g in practice? Enough already

  119. Mike E. says:

    Depth charts are screwy at this time. I’m pretty sure All-Terrrain will be in the slot with a combo of Maxwell, Howard, Tankersley, Aikens , Lucas and Pitts on the outside

  120. stangerx says:

    I didn’t know that Don Trump at one point made a run at our Great Don. Interesting quote from Robbie at the time after it was all over:

    “This confirms my impression that Donald Trump has been engaged more in ballyhoo for his grand entrance to the U.S. Football League than in a serious effort to build his franchise competitively by sound, professional management. Headlines in the sports pages and network television can be mighty heady to Fifth Avenue tycoons.”

  121. The Flying Pig says:

    I’m probably more upset about Lippett than McMillan


    • Mike E. says:

      It’s frustrating and disheartening

      • The Flying Pig says:


        Teams have recovered form preseason injuries before

        I think the SB Panthers a few years ago had quite a few

        The thing about preseason injuries is you have time to adjust

        I just hope it’s not a ’17 theme
        This might be the year of the band aid for us😤🚑

      • steveccnv says:

        I thought last year was the band aid year. I think it’s every year.

  122. stangerx says:

    ESPN’s current projected overall FF pick number for a standard league (so no D involved)… one else even comes close to not being on the waiver wire post-draft. Parker could be a steal as 3rd or 4th wideout.

    16. Jay Ajayi, Mia RB
    37. Jarvis Landry, Mia WR
    106. DeVante Parker, Mia WR
    149. Kenny Stills, Mia WR
    205. Julius Thomas, Mia TE

  123. Mike E. says:

    Ajayi pre-concussion had to be a top 5 back

  124. Mike E. says:


    I was wondering where Julius Thomas was ranked at TE. He’s probably not ranked very high.

    • stangerx says:

      18th…..but keep in mind that it is just about FF rather than the player. He’s coming off of two bad fantasy years and competing with a stud RB and 3 real nice WRs for balls.

      • Mike E. says:

        Oh, I get it’s just FF, but I expected him to be ranked low. When you disappear for a couple of years, the FF experts don’t look kindly on that.

  125. Ken says:

    Stop pre season practice I am sick of all these injuries

  126. Ken says:

    Lippett was going to be my candidate for breakout player of the year. Now he is just broken

  127. Mike E. says:

    LOL @ Piggy – We seem to be having a BPOW every week right about now.

  128. Tim Knight says:

    That really sucks about Lippett. Feel bad for him. But guys have to practice. There is no way around it.

  129. Mike E. says:

    Larsen, McMillan, Tannehill and Lippett. Larsen is on the returnable I/R though

  130. son of a son of a shula says:

    Rush doing a live read for Lifelock is better radio than anything Ryan Russillo does. If ESPN got rid of anyone it should be him. He’s unlistenable.
    Mike and Mike is changing at the end of the year, Greeny is leaving and Trey Wingo and Golic Jr are coming in with Golic Se.

  131. ElephantRider says:


    Bubble wrap the whole team!

  132. Rockphin says:

    Fuck! Lippet now? SMH I can’t believe this shit

  133. mf13ss says:

    Yeah, the Lippett injury really SUCKS: we’re going to miss his team-leading 4 INTs of last year. We must not lose ANYMORE key players, dammit!!! 😡

  134. son of a son of a shula says:

    Limpet’s foot just turned into a fin

  135. mf13ss says:

    son of a son of a shula says:
    August 15, 2017 at 5:29 pm
    Rush doing a live read for Lifelock is better radio than anything Ryan Russillo does. If ESPN got rid of anyone it should be him. He’s unlistenable.
    Mike and Mike is changing at the end of the year, Greeny is leaving and Trey Wingo and Golic Jr are coming in with Golic Se.
    100% agreed… as does Mr. Snerdley. ESPN radio has become a joke, IMO.

    • olddolphan says:

      MF-13 and everyone else: Me and Mrs. OD will be travelling for a few days, combining work and visiting family We should return early next week. Y’all keep our boys HEALTHY as best you can.

  136. wyoming85 says:

    Funny but not!

    Big Mike 89‏ @MiaFins1 11h11 hours ago
    I’m afraid to wear my Dolphins jersey this year cause I might tear my ACL

  137. wyoming85 says:

  138. ElephantRider says:

    For some reason I can’t get the image of Belicheat as the Sith lord out of my head. I think it sheds light on what’s happening with all these year ending injuries….

  139. Brian in NY says:

    Did anyone tear a calf muscle getting out of their car in the parking lot today?

  140. steveccnv says:

    Walker has a new article out, our depth is being tested, and mentions Hull, Asiata and Steen, then says these aren’t considered upgrades. So 2nd stringers taking over for 1st stringers isn’t an upgrade 👹

  141. pheloniusphish says:

    So I was just looking at my calendar. Guess which home game is the only one I can’t be at?

  142. Mike E. says:


  143. mf13ss says:

    We’re paying nearly $27M this year against the cap to players on I/R. That’s almost 16% of our cap space.

    To put it another way, don’t ya wish we were $27M under the cap to sign a few players right now? Instead, we’re sitting at roughly $5M under the cap.

    I’m not sure about our 4th DT (Paul Soliai?), adding another LB (Maualuga?), or our depth on the O-Line. All I know is that $5M isn’t going to go very far.

    Soliai should go for about $1M
    Maualuga should go for about $3-4M
    O-Line should go for about ??? (Nick Mangold should go for about $5M)

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