Dolphins through the years: Who is your favorite Dolphins player of the 2000’s?

Just a quick note – Shame on all of us for not including Trace Armstrong as a favorite player of the 1990’s. Wednesday’s article will be on Training Camp!

GO DOLPHINS

#staythecourse

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170 Responses to Dolphins through the years: Who is your favorite Dolphins player of the 2000’s?

  1. steveccnv says:

    Thanks man, I guess what I don’t understand is why they even need a designation at this point. Know what I mean?
    **********

    Because you can only have 90 players in camp, by designating them for the PUP you can bring in 2 more bodies that count towards 90.

    What if you had 20 guys on the PUP, it may be difficult to run through training camp and not over work someone.

    But even if only 2 or 3 guys were on the PUP, what if they were all QBs, you’d otherwise have to cut guys to get fresh QBs in.

  2. steveccnv says:

    Easily Ricky

    • steveccnv says:

      I blamed deer in headlights wanny for over using him, as the reason he left, but the real problem was the mota.

  3. This is too easy

    I have to go with the HOF player , and Defensive MVP of 2006, Miami,s best defensive player ever!
    99
    Jason Taylor

  4. Mike E. says:

    There are crossovers in the decades, so if I already included one in a previous decade I’m not going to repeat them in the next decade. That’s kind of why I put Madison Surtain in the 2000’s rather than compete with Zach and Jason in the 90’s and why I only had Marino in the 80’s.

  5. Taylor didn’t do much in the 90’s, he sure did the following decade

  6. ocalarob says:

    Ricky

  7. Mike E. says:

    That pic of McMike airborne is a pretty cool shot

  8. CavalierKong says:

    CavalierKong says:
    July 15, 2019 at 3:39 pm

    Taylor, Mcduffie Gardner, Armstrong.
    That’s my 2nd favorite 90s player.
    ————————————–

    Not all of us forgot Trace 😉

  9. steveccnv says:

    Womens soccer wants to be paid like the men. The only way it happens is, if you get the fan interest, and you’re not off to a good start by running your mouth Rapinoe.

    • pheloniusphish says:

      Right? Come across as an entitled, angry, unpatriotic jackass. That will draw them in.

    • pheloniusphish says:

      And let’s not forget the classless act when winning

    • CavalierKong says:

      Leaving politics out of it, it seems pretty simple that it should be based on expenses incurred and revenue generated. I would assume that revenue is an accurate gauge of ‘fan interest’. According to the articles I’ve seen, the women out-earned the men over the last 3 years. Are there other factors to be considered?

      https://www.foxbusiness.com/features/us-womens-soccer-games-outearned-male-counterparts

      https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/19/us-womens-soccer-games-now-generate-more-revenue-than-mens.html

      • CavalierKong says:

        The only thing I’ve seen about this is as a political talking point. I don’t know much about it, so I’m legitimately asking the question “Are there other factors to be considered?”

      • pheloniusphish says:

        If they TE as much only they should get paid. But I don’t like Rapinoe and their message is lost when they let her be the face of women’s soccer. And I don’t like the way the US team acted while beating teams that were not in there league. Graceless.

      • pheloniusphish says:

        SBJ – I hate autocorrect. If they make as much….

      • good post Cav, the women have earned it, and should speak up for their paychecks

        its not like all men have perfect attitudes, many do not but still make the big money

      • CavalierKong says:

        OK, Phel, I understand you don’t like the person or the political point of view. I don’t feel that way about Rapinoe or the position she’s taking, but I do despise Kaepernick, so I can relate on that level, lol.

        But strictly on the subject of equal pay, it seems there is a legitimate issue if the women outearn the men, and are paid significantly less. That’s all, not trying to change minds. 🙂

  10. Rapinoe is a true champion, USA traditionally sucks at soccer , but she helped her team win the championship
    she was challenged to win and she did.

    she talked the talk and walked the walk, congrats

  11. Rapinoe had 3 ACL tears in the last 4 years, and this is likely her last world cup,so she goes out on top, storybook career

    many would give up with all the knee surgeries, but she perservered and the USA team would not have won without her

  12. wyoming85 says:

  13. pheloniusphish says:

    Cav – No arguments about equal pay if they draw the same revenue. Just don’t like Rapinoe’s act feel the rest of the team acted poorly while winning.

  14. wyoming85 says:

    Nobody wants to talk about another kneeler!

    The last one finally showed his colors!

    Given time this one will too!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • We live in a country of free speech, even speech that isn’t popular like send her back

      She’s a World Cup champion and no one can take that away from her. The ladies deserve more pay, they always have to fight for their rights in the workplace

  15. When is the last time the USA men won a World Cup? Lol. They have NOT earned more pay

  16. How many USA World Cup champions are there?

    Women 4
    Men. 0

    SMH at why the men get paid more

    • Mike E. says:

      It’s not wins and losses, it’s revenue earned. If 20,000,000 watch the men’s games but only 5,000 watch the women’s, that’s less revenue all around. I have no idea what the numbers are or sponsorships are, but if the women out earn the men, they should get paid more in that case.

  17. Mike E. says:

    Rapinoe made me not watch the US Women’s team because I can’t effing stand her. My freedom of choice.

  18. Mike E. says:

    Unfortunately, revenues made has to dictate what they get paid. That would be like people on the badminton team expecting to get the same scholarship as football or basketball players at any given university. Not happening.

    • The women have them beat on revenues, and titles both, they have earned greater pay than the men.

      Rapinoe is very talented, at 34 she was the golden boot, MVP of the World Cup

      She can retire on top of her sport

      • Mike E. says:

        I don’t care about her talent, just like I don’t care about Kaepernick’s talent. Their annoying attitudes and views ruined all that for me.

  19. Did You guys want a different country to win? Netherlands? SMH

    I was rooting for the USA Lol. I enjoyed watching all the ladies, they were all very talented and worked extremely hard to win the Cup, Go USA !

  20. Rapinoe marches to her own beat, she’s been trashed, disrespected, paid less money, and had to overcome multiple knee injuries, at an age considered advanced for her sport.
    . She has earned the right to talk some shit considering how she was treated. Imo

    If women don’t speak up for their paychecks, they won’t get equal pay

    I see she’s a fighter, if she wasn’t such a tough fighter, we wouldn’t even know her name, she would be a nobody

    • wyoming85 says:

      Cry me a river!
      She’s had a really rough life?
      So what, doe’s she want a cookie?

      Why should I give a shit what she thinks?????

  21. Tim Knight says:

    Wow, I guess not much Dolphins news.

  22. wyoming85 says:

    You are 100% correct David!

    But what nobody wants to remember is that I have the right to my own opinion!

    And it doesn’t make a shit what anyone else thinks, it’s mine!

    You can blow her horn all you like!

    But she’s just another kneeler!

  23. stangerx says:

    Just back from a long weekend in NYC….. only my wife and I could figure out how to go from FL to NY and have it be hotter. 🙂

    Went to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum for the first time. If you are ever in NYC make it a must see. Just well done. Not too invested in being macho to admit that my eyes misted more than once.

  24. CavalierKong says:

    Here’s an interesting article that gives a more in-depth look at the equal pay discussion. Maybe not quite so simple.

    https://www.latimes.com/sports/soccer/la-sp-uswnt-soccer-equal-pay-20190713-story.html

    • The Flying Pig says:

      Here’s a chart on revenue if you don’t like to read….lol

      • The Flying Pig says:

        It’s actually not revenue – i think the womens team just got a bum CBA

        Some people say it’s all fair in love and war…and negotiation
        So if US soccer was able to get a better cba for women than men, then that’s a win for them

        But I don’t know – I think it’s not a good look
        You never want your employees knowing some one makes more then them, especially if they do the same work or in this case relatively equal revenue

      • CavalierKong says:

        Yeah, that is where I’ve moved my position.

      • The Flying Pig says:

        I didn’t actually watch any soccer this summer

      • CavalierKong says:

        Soccer is one of the few sports I just can’t watch. At all. Even golf I can stand for 10-15 minutes before I start to think of harming myself. I did watch the women’s team beat China that one Olympics, but it was mostly just background noise.

  25. TryPod says:

    Rapinoe annoys me- don’t care about the kneeling, as people kneel in front of things in lots of different settings (church, knighthood, other honors..), and don’t like how classless the women were while going up 14-0 on first round team. Also don’t understand the pay equity issue, as if people watch your sport, you’ll get paid (NFL vs WNBA).

    • TryPod says:

      I am also self-aware enough to realize I think most of my annoyance with her is a generational thing, and that the biggest reason I don’t get the pay inequity, particularly as it relates to sports, is that I just don’t give a shit. I think that started with Title 9. I realize it’s a little more complex than I am intimating.

  26. The Flying Pig says:

    I watched a ton of World Cup last year

    But this year I wasn’t too into it

    Honestly didn’t know who rapinoe was until about a month ago
    She does t personally offend me, but I haven’t really been paying attention.

  27. ocalarob says:

    Asiata signed with Buffalo

  28. ocalarob says:

    if Mark Walton can be cleared of the gun charge which his lawyer is trying to do Miami will get great value from that move acquiring him.

    • naplesfan2010 says:

      Even if he does, he will probably get some games suspended by the league
      for conduct unbecoming. Maybe 2 or as many as 6.

      Drake, Ballage, the fullback, and the rook = 4 … Walton would make 5.
      Can we keep 5 RBs on the 53?
      If so, that would impinge on another position group.
      If not, which RB do we cut?

      I think we only need 2 QBs, so that helps a little.

      We also have “too many” same-quality TEs, CBs, and WRs.

      • ocalarob says:

        mark walton is a physical type rb, unlike Drake, Drake can be used as a rec, we need physicality at the RB position and more than one Gaskin and Walton seem to fit that mold.
        i believe this regime will rely a lot on a power running game, that should be the reason for interest in Walton in the first place.

  29. Mike E. says:

    Tyreek Hill didn’t get any suspension so you never know

  30. olddolphan says:

    FAMILY HEALTH ISSUES taking up way too much time right now. But today I’ll get the official results of a couple of tests from my oncologist. Meanwhile, Mrs. OD still hobbling around with a cane, which just breaks my heart. Times are tough right now, but I’m a firm believer that help is on the way.

    TALK to Y’all later tonight.

    GO Fins.

  31. bailbondmike says:

    T/C starts in 1 day, 22 hours and about 40 minutes!!! LOL

  32. wyoming85 says:

    Best wishes for you and Mrs. OD!

  33. Phindog says:

    OD. Best wishes to You and Mrs. OD. Stay strong.

  34. wyoming85 says:

  35. Tim Knight says:

    Wishing the best for both you and the Mrs., OD.

  36. ocalarob says:

    Sorry to hear that OD i hope for the best for you and the Mrs.

  37. stangerx says:

    And X didn’t even make CBS Sport’s top 100.
    ——————————-
    DeAngelo Hall, a three-time Pro Bowl selection was asked on “Good Morning Football” which cornerback was better than Howard.

    “Nobody.” He went on to explain.

    “Now, there’s some guys that do things different, but you gotta get the ball. You gotta get the ball. I was always a corner who got the ball, so if you want to get to the top of my list, you gotta get the football.”

    Full with details: https://www.miamidolphins.com/news/deangelo-hall-nobody-better-than-xavien-howard

  38. ocalarob says:

    I don’t watch woman’s soccer but if you want a pay raise the way to go about it is not displaying one side to your political views because that’s divisive.
    you may have part of the country supporting your views and the other part of the country against you. doesn’t seem smart when trying to raise awareness of woman’s soccer.

  39. CavalierKong says:

    LOL, Rapinoe sure has a bunch of people’s panties bunched up. What exactly did she say to piss all of you off to this degree. I’ve tried looking her up, and not found anything too incendiary, especially when considering the culture of this country and the incendiary things our leaders say on a daily basis.

    I saw her comment from January about not going to the effing white house (which was then brought into play months later). That is relatively common for sports players now-a-days, so it can’t just be that.

    When I google her name, not much comes up except for her speaking up about the “send her back” chant and I can see she isn’t a fan of Trump.

    Is the vitriol towards her seriously about that?

    • Tim Knight says:

      She’s cursed during some of her public speeches and some think because many young girls follow the women’s soccer team that it was inappropriate.

    • stangerx says:

      Cav — she was chosen as a play thing just like AOC and the squad were. Think simple as that. You push some one like her into the spotlight and people pick sides. But not like they don’t like the attention.

    • TryPod says:

      Can’t speak for the others, and as I said, she annoys me. Her personality rubs me the wrong way. Don’t care about the lesbian part, because I don’t have a problem with people living life the way they want, assuming it’s not infringing on my right to do likewise. Don’t like her job as mouthpiece for the unsportsmanlike women’s team. Don’t care that she won’t go to the White House; no law says you have to and it’s always just been a way to make the president seem in touch with the nation.

      • CavalierKong says:

        Phelon touched on the lack of sportsmanship thing last night. That is honestly the only thing that makes a bit of sense to me.

        The other narrative about being divisive, and political blah blah thing being put forth is garbage. If it makes you not want to watch women’s soccer, then don’t, lol. It has nothing to do with equal pay. It’s already been pointed out the women outdraw the men.

        The bar for divisive talk and behavior is being set by our leaders in the white house and in Congress, and that is as looooow a bar as has ever been set in this country.

        To me it’s pure hypocrisy to accept it from our leaders, yet be oh so offended by some flipping sports star speaking his or her mind. It’s mindless sheep bleating behavior. You want to be offended, start where it fucking matters. And before everyone starts defending our President, I’m not just talking about Trump here. He’s the biggest offender IMO when it comes to offensive, divisive talk and behavior, but the Dems in control of Congress aren’t any better. (this isn’t directed at you personally, Try)

        I just don’t get being so upset over some soccer player, when our leaders are far worse in the things they say and do. WTF is wrong with people? We are so distracted as a society that this is what we spend our time railing against. Did you hear what Rapinoe said? the horror

        LOL, sorry diatribe over. My lunch is over. Have fun with it guys. Point out the numerous ways I’m wrong. 🙂

      • TryPod says:

        I don’t disagree with you, really. I don’t like her, but I’m not losing my shit over her, either.

  40. CavalierKong says:

    Sorry, guys. That got away from me a little bit. It wasn’t my intention at the start to call anyone out.

    • Phindog says:

      Well now I’m pissed because I’m identifying as a woman for the day and you only apologized to the guys. 🙂

      • pheloniusphish says:

        That’s ghey

      • CavalierKong says:

        Shizer! I also indirectly compared bunched panties to unmanliness in a derogetory belittling manner. I guess I have to turn in my pc card and placard. 🙂

  41. wyoming85 says:

    Hey Doggy what you doin latter on tonight? 😉

  42. bailbondmike says:

    The Dolphins signed second-year cornerback David Rivers on Tuesday, giving another opportunity to a Miami native who was on their practice squad during the 2017 season.

    That makes 17 DB’s. Man if they can’t find someone to play opposite X…

  43. olddolphan says:

    FINALLY SOME GOOD NEWS!!! –Both my MRI brain scan and my PET total body scan came back negative for cancer!! My oncologist said there’s about a 50% chance my cancer could re-occur during my lifetime, so they are going to have to monitor my situation carefully for quite some time. But, as of now, the news is GREAT!
    ———–
    Haven’t been this excited since Dan Marino passed for over 400 yards leading the Dolphins to a 45-28 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1985 AFC Championship Game in the historic Orange Bowl!!! Me and Mrs. OD will celebrate tomorrow night with a dinner at our fav seafood restaurant and, maybe, an extra bottle of Colorado Kool-Aid back at the house!!
    ———–
    WE BOTH want to thank ALL OF YOU for you kind comments of support! Those comments were wonderful!

  44. my current decade favorite player is Jarvis Landry
    runner up Cam Wake

  45. pheloniusphish says:

    Odell Beckham is a complete head case. Landry is half a head case. I think they come out this year as a couple.

  46. Mike E. says:

    Great to hear OD! Keep up the good work!

  47. wyoming85 says:

    Great news OD!

  48. wyoming85 says:

    I have to pick 2 for 2000’s!

    Because Madison / Surtain always were together!

  49. olddolphan says:

    ONE LAST ENTRY for tonight. My favorite Dolphins for the period beginning in 2000 would be: JASON TAYLOR, WHO RICHLY DESERVED HIS SELECTION TO THE HOF
    ZACH THOMAS, the classic overachiever who I hope will get his “Call to the Hall.”
    JAY AJAYI who, for one season, was an unbelievable back for Miami!!
    and finally,
    JAY FIEDLER, who bested Peyton Manning 23-17 in Miami’s last playoff victory!!
    The Old Dolfan is OUT FOR TONIGHT WITH A SMILE ON HIS FACE!

  50. The Flying Pig says:

    ocalarob says:
    July 23, 2019 at 2:42 pm
    I don’t watch woman’s soccer but if you want a pay raise the way to go about it is not displaying one side to your political views because that’s divisive.
    you may have part of the country supporting your views and the other part of the country against you. doesn’t seem smart when trying to raise awareness of woman’s soccer.
    ******

    Isn’t her political view asking for a pay raise?
    How is she supposed to achieve that by not asking for it?

    • ocalarob says:

      I guess you’re right if that’s all you want to single out.

      • ocalarob says:

        her political view is disrespecting the american flag and refusing to go to the whitehouse which puts her and her team on one of two sides, dividing her fan base
        and TV audience.
        if she was smart she would avoid public divisive behavior regardless of what she thinks because she’s alienating the one thing that could give her more $$$.

        the other side.

  51. The Flying Pig says:

  52. D says:

    The biggest thing that I have heard said about rapoine is that she won’t stand for the anthem in protest. I actually am more ok with the NFL players doing it than I am of her doing it because she represents the USA team which inherently should have her pay more respect for the anthem. It’s her right to protest things that way but I think it’s in very poor taste if not a full on conflict of interest

    • Phindog says:

      Well now I’m pissed again because I’m identifying as a purple haired lesbian tonight and ……… 🐕😎🥃🥃

      • D says:

        Did you dye the curtains to match the drapes?

      • Phindog says:

        One day we will finally meet my West Coast brother and realize I can’t match the drapes with the curtains.. I can do hardwood floors. 😂👍

  53. D says:

    Also equal pay would only be for those doing an equal job. If rapoine was competing in the men’s soccer circuit I very much support her equal pay argument but she is in the women’s league so her pay should be representative of other players in that league and according to her rank in that league. Pay is determined by those measurements not arbitrary to other people in other leagues. If she is right then football players soccer players etc should all have equal pay because it’s the same argument and it’s a silly one. It’s just not how pay and jobs work. Women who do similar jobs with similar job performance evaluations should be paid the same. That’s clearly right, however, it’s kind of like saying an engineer in Mobile Alabama at a small shop should be paid the same as one in New York working for a large company. What you tell a guy in Mobile demanding equal pay of the guy in New York is go get a job in New York at that company. Same goes for Rapoine, join the men’s team and then your request should be considered

    • Phindog says:

      Well she is the only one on the team that wears a jockstrap and had them put a urinal in the locker room 🤣

  54. D says:

    She should be fine asking for the raise, but she is demanding equal pay for a different job. That’s not a fair request.

  55. ocalarob says:

    Jason Taylor has too much green stinch on him to be my fav.

  56. D says:

    I’d have to choose Zach Thomas, but I really liked how Ricky ran the ball, and Bowens was a beast. I also think Ruddy was a good OL while he was healthy

    • Tim Knight says:

      There is definitely a crossover with this who is your favorite player from each decade. Timbo and Ruddy were drafted in 94, Zach 96, JT and Madison in 97.

  57. ocalarob says:

    Hell D shouldn’t we all have equal pay?

    THAT’S IT I’M PROTESTING!

  58. Tim Knight says:

    BBMike, I expect to see us keep quite a few DBs on the roster this year. The Pats played with a 5th DB on the field almost 90% of the time last year. They used 6 and 7 quite a bit too. I think we’ll probably keep 11 DBs. I also think they’re looking for guys with versatility who can play multiple roles.

  59. CavalierKong says:

    D, she’s not looking for equal pay for just herself, lmao. It’s about the entire US team which is paid by the US Soccer Federation. That Federation also pays the men’s US team. The women have drawn bigger crowds, higher ratings, and more revenue than the men’s team in the last 3 years, but are paid significantly less.

    A better comparison than an engineer, or some other standard 9-5 job, would be something like the WNBA/NBA. If today’s WNBA players made 6 figure salaries, and the NBA players capped at 250,000, considering their respective fan bases and the money they draw, it would be a ridiculous distribution of earnings.

    That comparison would have a wider inequality gap than the women’s/men’s soccer teams, but as a comparison it far better illustrates the issue.

    All that being said, the article I posted last night brings to light numerous factors that complicate the issue. It’s not a simple revenue based answer that I initially thought. There was a CBA agreed on 2 years ago that offsets some of the pay inequality. Bonuses and benefits also come into play. That is about as far as I went on it before I decided I didn’t want to waste any more time sorting it out.

    And here I am the next day, and all my posts have been about it. SBJ, I don’t even know why I took this issue up in the first place. I don’t give a rat’s ass about men’s soccer or women’s soccer, and I couldn’t care less about there respective pay grades, lol.

    • CavalierKong says:

      LOL, I should have said the WNBA players make 7 figure salaries compared to NBA players capped at 250,000.

      • CavalierKong says:

        It’s pay walled so I can’t read it, but no doubt it is very similar to what I posted last night (reposted below), and referenced again in the above post.

        The women made $200,000 for their World Cup win. The Men would have made over 1 million for the same result. But it’s not quite as simple as that. There was a CBA agreed on 2 years ago that offsets some of the pay inequality. Bonuses and benefits also come into play.

        https://www.latimes.com/sports/soccer/la-sp-uswnt-soccer-equal-pay-20190713-story.html

      • ocalarob says:

        clean your bananas….oops i mean cookies…

      • CavalierKong says:

        LOL, on the wife’s computer. I’m not allowed to touch her stuff. She’s a web designer so if I don’t mess with her ‘puter AT ALL, I get to stay alive, lol. I’m sure it references similar things as the article I posted.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I don’t have a lot of interest in this but it’s not about the USA women outdrawing the USA men, it’s the leagues they play in. The men’s league draws more revenue as a whole by a huge margin. It’s not about the success of the USA women vs. the USA men, it’s the league. As most of you know, men’s soccer globally is massive worldwide. It doesn’t matter if the USA men’s team stinks and nobody cares.

      • CavalierKong says:

        So the men’s US soccer team earns 49 mil, the women’s US soccer team earns 50 mil.

        Because the 49 million the men earned came from a bigger pot, they deserve 25% of that 49 mil, but the women only should get 10% of their 50 mil? (I randomly picked percentages as I don’t know what the actual numbers are)

        Even though that doesn’t make sense, there is still some truth to what you’re saying because that is exactly what they are fighting against. If the men performed better, and say won the cup, their revenue would be higher than it is. But part of the what is being brought up is revenue sharing based on what the respective teams bring in as opposed to the very thing you are talking about.

  60. ocalarob says:

    I always thought the men bring in more revenue, i may be wrong though.

  61. CavalierKong says:

    I’m out of this debate. I feel like I’m chasing the dragon here the last couple of months, looking for an argument to keep my mind occupied. I don’t care. Stop paying them altogether, lol.

    Training camp starts tomorrow! Then we can all argue about something we all agree on. Go Dolphins!!

  62. Tim Knight says:

    Kong, it would be like saying if a NY women’s football team somehow outdrew the Giants and Jets for a few years because they were really good, and the Giants and Jets were awful, that the women’s league was bigger than the NFL. Not happening! It’s really not about tit for tat lol, it’s the league… not the specific teams in the same country women vs. men. As far as percentages go, that has to do with the leagues as well, not women vs. men. But that’s what we do in this country these days, pit everyone against each other.

    • CavalierKong says:

      It doesn’t have to do with the leagues. It has to do with how revenue is distributed. The leagues don’t determine what percentages each country’s governing body pays their players. The Netherlands teams reached an agreement that somehow manages to pay their men and women equally next year, and yet those teams play in the same leagues as ours.

      The argument you are making is literally what they are fighting against.

      • CavalierKong says:

        Frankly, the rallying cry shouldn’t be ‘equal pay’. It should be ‘fair distribution’.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I’m just going by what I heard and read. At the end of the day, I don’t care. Let the soccer federations figure it out. 😉

    • pheloniusphish says:

      There you go being sexist by bringing up titties and tats

    • agreed, hopefully the next president wont be so divisive, and will make ALL Americans feel represented

  63. CavalierKong says:

    Have to call it a night. Can’t be late to my Women’s Liberation Front meeting, lol.
    I’m a sucker for a good debate.

  64. son of a son of a shula says:

    Jason Taylor will be part of the Dolphins pre-season broadcast team this year. Replacing Nat Moore. Leaving Taylor with the two alter cockers – Griese and Stockton.

  65. ocalarob says:

    Working on my total update project….

    I ran the 3 wire two way switch from the panel to switch one then to switch 2, then to the light
    i ran a separate 20 amp circuit to the dish washer and disposal split the receptacle so, the disposal and light is operated by a 2 gang switch on the wall next to the light switch.
    the breaker kept on breaking when a load was applied however the receptacle was hot when nothing was plugged in, that’s how it fooled me. when i originally did it i just tested to see if it was hot.

    after looking at the breaker i found a silver screw to accommodate the neutral wire, so it occurred to me that i have to run the neutral thru the breaker as it has a white coil wire to the neutral bar. so i did that at the panel and it kept doing the same damn thing!

    then i had realized i had the neutral at the switch tied into the neutral on the light at the 2 switches! so it was still back feeding to the neutral bar.

    i undid the three white wires at the switch and only put the two whites from the gfi breaker and the disposal/dishwasher back. and whammo IT WORKED!

    Problem solved right? WRONG! now i didn’t have a kitchen light!

    i had to climb up in the attic locate the wire to the light coming from the panel and switch 1, locate the wire coming from switch 2, locate the wire coming from the light, mount a box in the attic, cut all the wires and tie them back together because i had to pick up the neutral wire coming from the panel and send it back to the light as i had disconnected it at switch 2.

    WHAT A NIGHTMARE! TOOK ME 4 DAYS TO FIGURE IT OUT!

  66. wyoming85 says:

  67. ocalarob says:

    bought an F-9 King Cobra driver, 10.5 degree Atmos blue 6s shaft, great club however i hit it to the moon, way to high and i have it set on 9.0 degree’s, bought a project x smoke shaft, brought it down a little, still hitting it way too high.
    bought it for $340…put it back on Ebay auction for $250, i have received 1 bid and it has less than an hour to go, i already bought a new king cobra f-9 9 degree, it will adjust to 7.5 degrees so i should be good with that.
    at this point i stand to lose $90 + Ebay charges, hoping some more bids come in at the last minute

  68. ocalarob says:

    i’ve hit a lot of drivers, i swing an old ping g-30, 10 years old, i’ve tried very hard to replace it.
    i bought a new ping driver and it could not beat my g-30, new callaway…new taylormade…they cant beat my ping g-30, this new Cobra is just as long however it creates a great spin on the ball and is more accurate than the G-30, i’m sold on it i just have to bring the trajectory down a bit.

  69. ocalarob says:

    i’ve bought and sold drivers on ebay just to try them, never have i lost more than $30, this one is going to hit me hard i believe, so far $90.

  70. ocalarob says:

    16 mins left, 22 watchers

  71. ocalarob says:

    sold $280

  72. CavalierKong says:

    Does training camp start today or tomorrow? I thought it was today. Really itching to see some news about this new team and staff!

  73. CavalierKong says:

    How much money do you have invested in your clubs, Rob?

  74. Mike E. says:

    NEW BLOG UP!!

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