Week 9 – Game 8 – Raiders @ Dolphins


If you’re a Dolphins fan, you’re well aware of the move that sent Jay Ajayi to the Philadelphia Eagles in return for a 4th RD draft pick in 2018.  Rather than dwell on the “why” this move was made, let’s look at what we can do going forward without Ajayi.  Let’s face it, just looking at our team with what we do know, our starting QB is playing with a few cracked ribs, our backup QB was shell shocked last week in one of the most demoralizing losses in Dolphins history.  Anthony Steen, who was the starting LG is now on IR, along with our starting safety Nate Allen.  Ted Larsen will be practicing, and there’s a chance he can play Sunday night, but it’s unlikely, which would mean Jesse Davis would start at LG.  Our starting RB, whoever it is, either Kenyan Drake or Damien Williams.  Damien Williams is now our leading rusher with 32 yards (12 carries), and Drake is right behind him with 25 yards (10 carries).  None of this means neither back is capable, just that their opportunities have been quite limited this season.

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There may be some good news for Sunday night, Devante Parker may be able to return to the lineup to provide Jay Cutler with a much needed receiving threat.  Without Parker, the offense has been stagnant, or against the Ravens, non-existent. Going forward now without Ajayi, Adam Gase is going to be scrutinized as to what this offense can do since he jettisoned arguably his best offensive player.  It’s difficult to know exactly how we proceed from here on in, but if I had to guess, we’re not going to be relying on 1 RB to carry the team, but use a combination of the two backs, Drake and Williams, somewhat similarly to the way the Atlanta Falcons used Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman last season.  Not saying we’ll be as good as they were, but I think we may see a system similar to that.  We have enough receiver talent to threaten opposing defenses, especially with Parker on the field, with Stills and Landry.  Of course, we need to pass protect well enough to keep Cutler upright and give him enough time to make strong throws from the pocket.  Maybe “the message” will inspire some better play from this group, and things turn for the better.

The defense has been solid, and though the Ravens scored 40 points, our inept offense enabled the Ravens all night, giving them excellent field position almost every possession.  Michael Thomas takes over for Nate Allen at S, and while he’s not T.J. McDonald, I think he brings more to the defense than Allen does.  The Raiders have had a rough season so far, Derek Carr was injured for a couple of games, but I’m sure they’re looking at this game as a chance to rebound, and I’m sure they’re thrilled they don’t have to face Ajayi.  I know it seems silly, but I think we have a bit of an advantage with the element of surprise.  How can the Raiders know what we plan to do on offense when we’re probably still trying to figure that ourselves?

The Raiders come in 19th in the league in scoring offense averaging 21.1 points per game, while the Dolphins, as we know are a LEAGUE WORST at 13.1 points per game.  On defense, the Dolphins are 15th allowing 21.7 points per game, while the Raiders defense is 23rd, allowing 23.8 points per game.  The big question here, is which teams show up in Miami at Hard Rock, and that goes for both teams.  The Raiders have shown they can put points on the board, beating the jets 45-20, and winning a last second thriller against the Kansas City Chiefs 31-30.  Regarding the Dolphins, will the team that was inspired by Adam Gase’s message last year that went on to win 9 of 11 games show up, or will the same Dolphins that have somehow miraculously won 4 games while scoring only 13 points per game show up?


The rest of this season, Head Coach Adam Gase will be under the microscope.  Again, I’m not speculating on what happened with Ajayi, but we undoubtedly traded one of our best offensive players away for a draft pick, and have seemingly left the cupboard somewhat bare at RB.  I say that not to demean the talent we currently have, but we just haven’t seen a whole lot of Kenyan Drake.  Damien Williams we have seen in passing situations, and at least last season, he really thrived as a receiver out of the backfield, and did a pretty good job pass blocking as well.  Kenyan Drake is the bigger question mark.  Can he  handle a load of say 15 carries per game?  Keep in mind he was always behind Derrick Henry at Alabama, so he wasn’t the feature back there, and here in MIA, he has a total of 46 carries in 1 1/2 seasons.  We’ve heard about his abilities as a receiver, but we just haven’t seen it.  One thing Gase was correct about, and of course, this is on him as much as it’s on the players, we were the WORST offense in the NFL, so we couldn’t be worse than the worst.  Is it possible we go even further backwards?  I don’t think so.  Sometimes, players need a fire lit underneath them, and Gase probably thinks sending Ajayi packing will be the tinderbox that does it this season.  Hell, I miss Ajayi already man, he was a lot of fun to watch, and it was fun to root for the J-Train, but as Jerry Seinfeld put it so well, we cheer for the laundry so #26 and #32 better step up and make Gase look good, as well as the rest of the team, or we’ll all be questioning our Head Coach, and folks, that’s not something I look forward to in the least.


GO DOLPHINS!  Zero in!

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622 Responses to Week 9 – Game 8 – Raiders @ Dolphins

  1. CavalierKong says:

    “Watching the Dolphins 2017 offense this season is like watching porn with no sex. Instead you get a chess tournament plot. Pawn takes queen. Oh yeah, that’s hot. No, really pawn takes queen, your move.”

  2. ElephantRider says:

    Watching the Dolphins 2017 offense is like groundhogs day.
    Every week(day) you hope it will be new…….NOPE!

  3. Jahndoh30 says:

    “NFL teams don’t want a lightning rod as their QB. They want guys who can lead and even in the case of backups, guys who are focused on football, not making social statements and drawing attention to themselves. ”

    This is from yesterday Tim, but I have a humble submission: This take might be colored by your own preference rather than a league wide phenomenon. I haven’t done any research, but it seems to me that from Joe Namath to Jim McMahon to John Elway to Mike Vick teams have proven they will look the other way on the lightning rod equation if they think the QB will get the job done.

    I personally think it’s not super simple. As I mentioned before, he’s not a plug and play backup. He HAS however, at least in the past, shown the kind of talent that if an offense builds around him can lead you to a championship game. If he didn’t have a job when the season started, I knew he was a long shot to get a job at all. After being out for a year, he’s likely done. I think all factors are playing into it, including, skill, politics, and general nfl offensive trends.

    I still think too few players use their platforms to try and generate social change. I know it makes some fans uncomfortable, but change is never comfortable. It takes getting out of our little bubbles and truly trying to see things from the perspective of people who are very different than us. Maybe a bubble is what some fans want from their sport of course, but I personally think from Jesse Owens to Jim Kelley, to Pat Tillman, to Colin Kaepernick, athletes using their platforms to shine a light on problems beyond their bubbles of sport is noble.

    • Tim Knight says:

      All fair enough. If it were other positions I could see it, but not your starting QB. My opinion is based on the reality of what is happening. He’s still unemployed.

  4. ElephantRider says:

    So Miami hosts Chicago and Detroit next year. Can I assume they will be playing GB here in GB? Sounds like it!

  5. Mike E. says:


    Tim is going to be so happy you brought up Kaepernick. He LOVES to talk about him. 😛

  6. Mike E. says:


    I can almost guarantee you that HOU would be better with Kaepernick as opposed to Tom Savage

  7. The Flying Pig says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    November 3, 2017 at 3:11 pm (Edit)
    “Watching the Dolphins 2017 offense this season is like ___________”
    Fill in the blank

  8. The Flying Pig says:

    Here’s mine. Its a bit evil and sick…you should not expect anything else from me.

    Watching the Dolphins 2017 offense is like watching your parents masterbate

  9. Ken says:

    stangerx says:
    November 3, 2017 at 3:15 pm (Edit)
    Glad it is done…..and am sure you walked away with some pills you will have to hide if you ever want to sell your place and have an open house.
    That part is done but still have to have pins put in next week

  10. BailBondMike says:

    “Watching the Dolphins 2017 offense this season is like a scratch-off ticket you never know what you’re going to get , IF ANYTHING.

  11. Just to add my 2 cents, I had ZERO problem with the comment from the Texans owner.

  12. ukfinfan says:

     Watching the Dolphins 2017 offense is like wiping your arse and your finger going through the toilet paper. Nogtih mob.

  13. Tim Knight says:

    Talk to the owners about Kaepernick, not me. 🙂

    • Mike E. says:

      I just called the owner of the Texans, I’m on hold . . .

      • Mike E. says:

        He picked up, and he said “Who, Kaepernick???? He’s the inmate that stirred up all the other inmates in our prison!!!”

      • D says:

        He probably made a statement to a house guest about not letting the maids making the dinner plans and the butler’s are protesting as well.

  14. D says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    November 3, 2017 at 3:36 pm

    I guess it should be “watching the Dolphins 2017 offense is like ________”

    Mike E. says:
    November 3, 2017 at 3:43 pm

    Watching poop go down the toilet
    Surprised you don’t still find that interesting, what with all the times you had to cover it with dirt before they even invented digging a hole to poop in.

  15. Rockphin says:

    Mike E. says:
    November 3, 2017 at 4:30 pm
    LOL – Nogtih UK!

    Ahhh my drunken typo has become a staple. Nogtih all!

  16. Rockphin says:

    Change = Bad

  17. Tim Knight says:

    Watching the Dolphins 2017 offense this season is like watching soccer.

  18. Jahndoh30 says:

    All fair enough. If it were other positions I could see it, but not your starting QB. My opinion is based on the reality of what is happening. He’s still unemployed.
    Totally get ya. I’m just trying to give what I believe is an honest nod to the fact that it’s due in part to multiple factors, not simply one thing or another.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I agree it’s a few things. The protests, his skills are not coveted by a lot of teams – they feel you have to run a specific system for him, and money.

      When I say money, I don’t mean just what they’d have to pay him, but the team that signs him may get hit at the gate more so than the rest of the NFL already taking some hits. That’s what I think owners fear, losing some of their specific fanbase.

  19. Jahndoh30 says:

    Piggy, Mike E, D:

    I have never been to the Southern Hemisphere, but if I did, bet the farm that I’ll be watching my poop go down the toilet….at least the first time!

  20. Tim Knight says:

    Omar Kelly‏Verified account @OmarKelly 42m42 minutes ago
    BLANK STARE ALERT: #Dolphins say best protection for QB Jay Cutler’s sore ribs is ‘avoid getting hit’

    I’m sure that means better pass protection and getting the ball out quicker. Both of which needs to happen anyway.

    • D says:

      Probably means they will be keeping the RB back in pass pro too.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I won’t be surprised to see both Drake and Williams in the backfield together. They can both split out as receivers. I think this is part of the plan moving forward.

        My hope is we stay committed to the run and play more north and south. The lateral shit is going nowhere. Use it here and there, not as a staple. Please!!!! LOL

  21. D says:

    Brian in NY says:
    November 3, 2017 at 5:25 pm

    There’s more scoring in soccer.
    Yeah but thats a commie sport so…….

  22. D says:

    stangerx says:
    November 3, 2017 at 6:10 pm

    Only country have ever thought would be as happy living as in the USA was Australia (51st state Canada don’t count). Other places to watch the toilet flow the other way, but put it on your bucket list. And are the women nice to look at.
    For me i think it would be New Zeland

  23. ocalarob says:

    You know what’s really shocking about the Ajayi trade is the fact that we are tapped out in salary cap, with 600k available we couldn’t get another RB, so we are now RB by committee, what happens if Drake goes down? i cant understand why you would throw away a marginally bad apple when you have no money to buy you another?

    • Tim Knight says:

      That’s not the plan. What if anyone goes down? It will be Williams, Perry and Smith if Drake goes down. This team is still building and does not think it’s a championship team, do any of us? So they’re making moves towards next year but will stay committed to competing and winning as many games as they can. They want to win as they build.

      Releasing Maxwell and trading Ajayi sent a message that it doesn’t matter what you make or what your status is, if you don’t fit you’re out. Let’s see where it goes.

  24. The Flying Pig says:

    Toilet observation is underrated

  25. olddolphan says:

    FAU leads Marshall 16-3 at the half in Boca Raton. Ace Owls running back Devin Singletary has 127 yards rushing at halftime.

  26. wyoming85 says:

    Watching the Dolphins 2017 offense this season is like watching your Bi-Polar wife pick out whips and cuffs!

  27. wyoming85 says:

    Armando Salguero‏Verified account @ArmandoSalguero 4h4 hours ago
    Kiko Alonso fined $9,115 for ht on sliding Joe Flacco last Thurs.Ndamukong Suh, who grabbed Mallet by throat, not fined.

    Jeff Zrebiec‏Verified account
    Follow Follow @jeffzrebiecsun
    Ravens OLB Matthew Judon was fined $18, 231 for horse collar tackle in Miami game. That’s double what Alonso got for hit on Flacco.

  28. Ken says:

    Surprisingly small fine for Alonso. I thought he would be suspended and fined

  29. wyoming85 says:

  30. Mike E. says:


    How’s the weather in Wyoming? Saw a tweet from a guy in Montana today, said winter is here in Montana as he was driving through the snow

  31. Tim Knight says:

    We need to control the ball with balance on offense and play a good game on defense. We can’t get into a shootout with OAK. Now watch that’s what happens. LOL

    • naplesfan2010 says:

      We just need a W …
      i don’t care if we win 3-0 in OT or 38-37 by blowing most of a 3TD lead.
      We just need a W.

      • olddolphan says:

        WELL,FAU GOT a “W,” topping Marshall 30-25. Devin “Motor” Singletary ran for 207 yards and 1 TD and caught 2 passes for another 75 yards and a TD. FAU secondary picked off 4 interceptions tonight, giving them 21 picks for the season!!
        Time for my “VICTORY” Colorado Kool-Aid!!!

      • Tim Knight says:

        Yes, I’m stating how I think we need to play to get wins. Not saying we can’t or won’t win in a crazy way. Nothing would surprise me. LOL

  32. CavalierKong says:

    Kudos to the NFL. Alonso is a 1st time offender, and honestly it was a late slide. He could have pulled up some, but IMO it wasn’t as egregious as it looked. A fine is what it deserved. As for Suh, definitely the right call. Mallett got in his face, and gave him a light face to face headbutt, then got what he deserved. All Suh really did was flippin did was push him away from him, lol, by the neck.

  33. Tim Knight says:

    Kong, I meant the OL who went after Alonso. Suh was first to come to his defense and knock that dude away.

  34. Mike E. says:

    I could swear I heard that Parker was OUT for Sunday this morning, and I got so pissed off. I can’t find anything that confirms that, and I just hope I heard it wrong.

  35. Here I go with another “troll” comment.

    Mike Tannenbaum, IMO, is all over the place these days trying to spin this whole thing the best he can. It looks more like damage control. Now I know I wasn’t there and don’t know what happened behind the scenes but the explanation that he’s giving that the Ajayi trade gives the team an opportunity to get Drake and Williams on the field more is something only Mike Tannenbaum would come up with.

    Again, if Ajayi was doing all the things they say he was doing and you wanted to get Drake and Willaims involved more in the first place, then Ajayi being an ass would be the perfect opportunity for you to get these guys involved more.

    If they were showing something special in practices I’m sure the coach is going to say, “man, I’d like to get these guys involved more in the offense but I just don’t know how we’re going to do it”.
    They left him behind for the Seattle game last year, they could have easily made him inactive for a game, or longer, if they needed to send a message.

    Nope, this is bullshit to the highest power and that’s all it is.

  36. Mike E. says:

    I was listening to “Moving the Chains” with Pat Kirwan and Jim Miller yesterday, and a caller asked about the Ajayi trade, and Kirwan was saying he’s seen Ajayi give up a 2-3 yard gain up the middle to try and bounce it outside and end up losing 2-3 yards. He explained sometimes certain guys just don’t listen and it gets to the point where the coach just wants the guy out of the building. I’m sure that’s pretty close to what happened. That doesn’t mean Gase doesn’t realize Ajayi is a talented football player, but he’s not working out here, so he traded him.

    • Left him home before Seattle game. 7 weeks into the season & Ajayi hadn’t been doing his job & didn’t sit him once. Who’s fault is that?

      • Mike E. says:

        What’s the point of trying to figure this out? We’ll never know what really went down in detail, he played his best guy, told what he wanted to do, but didn’t get it from him. Now his best guy is in Philly, and we’re going to go with 2 guys who will hopefully give him what he expects.

  37. Ken says:

    rofessorloumiamidolphinsblog says:
    November 4, 2017 at 9:20 am
    Here I go with another “troll” comment.
    Admitting there is a problem is the first step towards recovery

  38. Mike E. says:

    How about this – Instead of speculating, how about we wait and see how the team plays, how the running game and the offense do this week with Drake and Williams? It shouldn’t be too hard to do, it’s just until tomorrow night

    • 22 carries for 57 yds between the two of them. How is it speculation when the coaches didn’t think either was doing well enough to see the field when they had a running back who wasn’t doing his job; bouncing outside losing 2 to 3 yds instead of going thru a hole and getting 2 to 3 yds?

      So, if they though Drake was ready, was studying like he was supposed to and getting it done in practice and Ajayi wasn’t doing his job then Drake should have been in there a long time ago. The fact that he wasn’t only means he was sucking ass.

  39. I really hope this all turns out for the best. I really do because I feel for all the Miami Dolphins fans who have supported this team thru thick and thin and the team hasn’t done it’s part to reward the fans for their undying support.

    I hope Drake can get it done for the team and, if he can’t, then maybe Perry or Smith become a big surprise for the team. Just because I question this shit doesn’t mean I don’t want the team to win. It’s just that we’ve seen these events unfold in the past and it’s never turned out for the best. Until it does, all the team is doing is speculating as well.

    • stangerx says:

      No doubt we are down talent at the RB position…..otherwise a team wouldn’t have ponied up a 4th for Ajayi. Don’t see much mystery in why it happened though. Clearly J-train was not the right ride for Gase from both a culture and a “get with the game plan” perspective.

  40. stangerx says:

    Good news is Hayes is listed as questionable…..bad he is dinged but that confirms no suspension for him.

  41. Mike E. says:

    professorloumiamidolphinsblog says:

    November 4, 2017 at 10:34 am (Edit)

    that’s just as much speculation as what I put out there.

    It’s ALL speculation – Which further solidifies my point. Just wait and see how it works out, that’s pretty much all we can do

  42. I don’t want to get too political here but I really hope Ron Perlman runs for President. We need someone who actually gives a shit about the country in the White House and a person who will restore decency and dignity to the office of the President.

  43. Don’t forget to set your clocks back tonight!!!

  44. I just want to let you all know I’m not TRYING to be an ass with my comments I post on here. It comes naturally.

  45. I guess the thing that pisses me off about the whole situation with this team is we now seem to have a defense who may have turned the corner somewhat and the offense is sucking. Never seem to have both at the same time.

    It’s also extremely disappointing that we seem to have talent at the skill positions on the offensive side of the ball and should be able to exploit weaknesses in defenses with the talent we have, with respect to matchups, but we’re not able to do. it.

    It always seems other teams find ways to get their talent on the field and get them involved in the offense and this team has guys sitting on the sidelines because they aren’t ready to go or the coaches don’t know how to get them involved or whatever the case may be.

    We’ve got a guy in Harris who was being worked in somewhat as a pass rusher and he’s a rookie, yet we’ve got guys who aren’t rookies on the offensive side and they either don’t see the field or barely sniff it.

    I can’t say it’s time to get the offensive line right because it’s long overdue for that. It’s BEEN time to get that right. Time came and went. In all honesty, I’d rather see the team NOT have much success on offense the remainder of the season so they don’t get any fucked up false sense of security and think everything is okay and they don’t need to any major resources into assets on that side of the ball.

  46. ocalarob says:

    I’ll tell you one guy on the offensive side of the ball who doesn’t look talented and that’s Thomas the TE. he looks to have lost a couple of steps since his playing days in Denver, no wonder the jags dumped him, he runs like he’s out of shape, why did they get rid of sims for this guy??

    • Mike E. says:

      I’m not a fan of Julius Thomas, but Sims isn’t the answer either. He’ll get more of a shot now that Zach Miller is out, but I wouldn’t expect too much.

      • Ken says:

        I know Sims is not the most dynamic pass catcher but I loved his blocking and I thought he had enough receiving skills to be a starting TE. I wanted to see us keep him but he got a really good offer so I understand not resigning him

  47. Randy says:

    I’m all for just moving forward and hoping for the best. It’s really all we can do as fans. But, that doesn’t change the fact that our coaches and team leaders already screwed the pooch in this Ajayi scenario. Mistakes were made…or this wouldn’t have been allowed to go on for over a year. It has changed my thoughts on Gase, but hopefully he learns from this and gets better. Not so much the leadership in the locker room because that’s been pathetic for years. As they say: Winning cures everything, so if we keep winning….everybody will forget and forgive.
    Also, why the hell do I have to sign into WordPress every time I try to post? It never used to be like that.

  48. It was disheartening to hear that some players were saying the extra time off really didn’t help much. Was hoping getting somewhat of a breather would help. Question is, what did guys do when there were no bye weeks?

    Limited padded practices and haven’t had 2 a days in years so were players more durable years ago?

  49. BailBondMike says:

    Was wanting to use like a 3rd round pick next year on Memphis QB Riley Ferguson but he is playing himself closer to the first round this year. He went 27-39 for 298, 4 TD, 0 INT last night. Through 9 games he has 2881 yards, 27 TD’s, 7 INT’s on the season, career 6579 yards, 59 TD, 17 INT. His comp % is down this year but their coach is emphasizing getting the ball out fast (which he does) and think that contributes to more incompletes (only sacked 10 times in 9 games this year). The dude has a cannon and can make all the throws with good accuracy.

    • Ken says:

      I watched him last night and I liked what I saw. I think he will be there in the 3rd. I also like that kid Thorson on Nortwestern. I am not sure he will be there in the 3rd.

  50. Randy says:

    Thanks! Mine has definitely been more often. I just upgraded my iOS a few weeks ago. I wonder if that had anything to do with it. I never even look at my WordPress account.

  51. stangerx says:

    Wake talking about whether the team will play harder cause we are in primetime.
    This is what a team leader sounds like.

    “I don’t like roller-coasters. I’m not a fan of ‘extra’ like for instance, Sunday night, we’re going to play harder. So then what were you doing Sunday at 1 o’clock? What were you doing Thursday night? If there is an extra, and I would say this to any football player, then you’ve been withholding something that you should have been giving. It should be a maxed out effort, week in and week out, no matter what time the game is, no matter who you are playing, no matter if you lost 10 straight of lost 10 straight, you’re going against an All-Pro, you’re going against a rookie who’s never played. There is no let up. You’re 100 mile an hour fastball, every pitch, until your arm falls off. That’s the only way you can play this game. And if you’re out there throwing lobs because it’s not a great hitter, and then you’re waiting for another hitter to come up, then you’re wasting an opportunity. Me, I’m swinging for the fences every single play. I don’t care who’s pitching.”

  52. my favorite wr in college football;

  53. BailBondMike says:

    Wanted also to get Memphis WR Anthony Miller in like the 5th but we don’t have that pick anymore and he will probably go higher. It will come down to his combine and how fast he runs. He was a walk-on at Memphis cause he is only 5-11 and probably runs in the mid 4.5’s. His coach says he is the hardest working player on the team, can run every route and is one of the best route runners he has ever coached. He will probably be a slot guy in the NFL. This year so far he has 67 rec for 905 yards and 11 TDS through 9 games, career 209 rec for 3033 yards and 30 TD’s, which IMO is a direct result of his route running abilities. I is a returner as well. Also he makes some sick catches, I mean Landry and Beckham type catches. Like this one last year:

  54. Randy says:

    I totally agree with Wake. Max effort every single game should be a given. But, “big” games or situations can have a different energy. I’ve felt it. It’s not always that you step up your game, but you can feel a different energy level on the field. Sometimes it just changes things, but I love Wake’s answer.

    • stangerx says:

      A different energy for sure, but in this case we are talking national TV or not instead of playoffs or not. The comment did hit home cause even at a far lesser level know the “big days” were different as well. Sometimes turned more cautious when the stakes were bigger or more people watching instead of doing my normal thing. But that might explain why Wake is still All Pro Wake at his age and I just played some games for fun.

  55. BailBondMike says:

    Lou, Cody Thompson is another guy I like also.

  56. Ken says:

    I just updated IOS. You may be on to something

  57. BailBondMike says:

    What picks do we have now next year? 1,2,3 4,4,6,7??? Don’t think we will get any comp pick(s)

  58. Randy says:

    I use an iPad and ever since I updated my battery life has completely sucked. I used to be able to go days without charging….now it doesn’t last a day.

  59. ocalarob says:

    I sure hope Cutler can get this offense back on track

  60. ocalarob says:

    Ajayi was a bust up the middle workhorse, I wonder if the dolphins adjust their offensive philosophy a little with drake and williams being better suited as pass catchers out of the backfield?

  61. ocalarob says:

    one guy Cutler has to keep an eye on and call out his protection to stop is the LB Mack

  62. Benkert’s receivers have dropped atbout 6 passes so far and just fumbled one. He’s a good qb but he’s not got much help.

  63. If the Dolphins don’t want to take a quarterback in the first to replace Tannehill, and most likely won’t, I hope they take a shot at Logan Woodside

  64. The Flying Pig says:

    The older Apple hardware is not build for the new updates

    It kills your battery

    Don’t update

    Every time a new iPhone comes out
    Apple does this bs to get you to buy th new phone

  65. Randy says:

    Now you tell me! Lol I wish I could go back and not do it. This battery issue is BS.

  66. Benkert drops 2 td’s on a dime in the last 4 minutes and converts the 2 pt conversion to tie the the game for Virginia; dropping two dimes on long td passes.

  67. pheloniusphish says:

    Anybody out there to talk to?

  68. Phindog says:

    Son.. was wondering how you thought your guitar sounded ? 🎸🎸

  69. Phindog says:

    Phil. I was part of the Persian Excursion in both the Northern Lillypad and barge Hercules.

  70. Phindog says:

    Phel ^^

  71. son of a son of a shula says:

    Sounded awesome when you had it Doggy.

    I was thinking of you today when I heard some Crosby Stills and Nash
    Harmonizing with Mike E

    Where are you going now my love
    Where will you be tomorrow
    Will you bring me happiness
    Will you bring me sorrow
    Oh the question of a thousand dreams
    What you do and what you see
    Lover can you talk to me

  72. son of a son of a shula says:

    UCF is Killins SMU

    The dude flies

  73. pheloniusphish says:

    Dang, I wish I would’ve been able to make the fest.

  74. pheloniusphish says:

    Phindog…You guys were doing God’s work at the Lilypad and Hercules. What boat were you floating?

  75. wyoming85 says:

    What a fuckin GAME!!!!!!!
    And yes to answer the question from earlier. It is snowing in Wyoming!

  76. ocalarob says:

    how bout them canes!!!

  77. Mike E. says:

    NEW BLOG UP! Gameday baby!

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