Week 6 – Jets @ Dolphins

Defense was the story last week as the Dolphins played their best game of 2020 with a total and complete dismantling of the San Francisco 49ers. QB Jimmy Garoppolo probably wished he waited one more week to come back, and I’d bet HC Kyle Shanahan wishes he didn’t put Jimmy G. in either because he clearly looked like he wasn’t ready to play. The Dolphins defense hounded Jimmy G. and his wobbly ankle yielded wobbly throws and he was unable to escape the rush which was heavy all day. 5 sacks total to boost the yearly total to 14 sacks. Don’t spit on that guys, that’s a legit improvement from last season where we managed a season’s total of 23. Our current pace for sacks put us at 45, which is unlikely, but either way puts us close to doubling last year’s output. The rush came from everywhere, inside with Elandon Roberts, Jerome Baker and Zach Sieler and outside with Van Ginkle and Ogbah. Add in 3 turnovers, 2 INT’s (Xavien Howard) and 1 fumble recovery (Christian Wilkins) and it was great day for the defense.

Now on to the offense which by the way, also came to play. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 350 yards with 3 TD’s and zero INT’s. The run game was merely a complement, Myles Gaskin rushed 16 times for 57 yards and 1 TD and they sprinkled in a little of Breida and a rush or two from Bowden and Grant. RB Jordan Howard was healthy scratch. Now there is talk of the possibility of the Dolphins signing former Steeler and Jets RB Le’Veon Bell. At the moment of this writing, Bell has narrowed it down to 3 teams, the Bills, Chiefs and Dolphins. Does adding Le’Veon Bell make us a playoff contender? I suppose it depends on how we use him. The 2 RB’s we acquired in the offseason are basically spectators to the Myles Gaskin show. Breida and Howard have 114 yards rushing combined on 35 caries while Gaskin has 64 carries and 249 yards rushing. Bell looked anything but a top tier back in NY this season and last night but i9njuries have hampered him. He has only 19 carries this season and really is quite far removed from the elite RB he was in Pittsburgh all the way back in 2017. Personally, I’d say he was more of a product of that offense, having a great run blocking O-line, also catching passes from Roethlisberger when plays broke down and having WR’s Antonio Brown (in his prime) along with Martavis Bryant . So many times Big Ben extended the play and found Bell for a hige gain because the field was cleared out by Brown and Bryant and JuJu Smith-Schuster. Is it possible he’s that same player? I wouldn’t bet on it.

The Dolphins will play a late game this week (4PM) due to COVID-19 rescheduling. The Jets come in to Miami at a low point of their season. They are 32nd in scoring at 15 PPG and 32nd in defense allowing 32.2 PPG. Just dreadful. Last week we beat a team not at their best, and we put our foot on their neck. We need to do the same this week. Yes, the Jets cut Le’Veon Bell but may be getting 2 receivers back, Breshad Perriman (ankle) and Denzel Mims (IR hamstring). Both WR’s would be a boost to an anemic Jets offense that has featured Jamison Crowder, Chris Hogan, Braxton Berrios and TE Chris Herndon. Sam darnold has had a difficult season to say the least, the O-line pass protection has been leaky and he doesn’t really have a reliable receiver to throw to. He’s been sacked 12 times and has thrown 3 TD’s against 4 INT’s. HC Adam Gase is beyond dead man walking, yet this is a game if the guy has any juice left that he would try to get his team to compete in. Right now the Jets have to be included as a favorite to land next year’s prized possession in the NFL Draft, QB Trevor Lawrence and a win could put that in jeopardy as the hapless Atlanta falcons share an 0-5 record.

LB Kyle Van Noy is questionable to play this week with a groin injury. He played last week against the Niners but that’s a tough injury to play through. Sam Eguavoen would replace Van Noy if he can’t go. We also lost DT Davon Godchaux with a torn biceps and this should give DT Raekwon Davis a lot more snaps along with Brandon Sieler who has been fantastic in a Dolphins uniform. Sieler has played 38% of the snaps this season already and I expect that will increase significantly this week with Godchaux out. Mike Gesicki finally was more involved in the offense and I hope that continues. He averaged over 18 YPC last week on 5 receptions so we need to keep feeding him the ball. I honestly don’t expect Bell to be a Miami Dolphins, my guess is the Bills. Either way, hope we make the right decision.


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  1. Randy says:

    I think it was more because of all the changes that have been made in the rules and how they significantly favor offenses.

    • steveccnv says:

      I agree. Try putting Lamar Jackson on the Browns of the 70s, he would’ve been smashed and unable to complete many passes.

    • D says:

      That does probably play into it a lot. I mean if was stil back in the day when LT could lay you the fuck out anytime you handed off (or didnt) then yeah RPO would probably not be a thing. Still i has taken a long time since those change went into effect and they are just now getting around to it. Im sure you are right and i am as well. When the feeder system is playing those kinda plays to have the most success with their talent vs others, its natural you would try to adapt to take advantage of the same things that made those players successful in the past.

      • steveccnv says:

        I felt the force of LT in Tahoe, even though there was no contact. I came out of the employee elcove at the same time he came around the corner, near miss. I felt like there was contact😏

  2. wyoming85 says:

  3. wyoming85 says:

  4. D says:

    I know we are fine at TE but man i would love to have Kyle Pitts on our team next year. Him opposite Geisicki would be a nightmare for defenses.

  5. Randy says:

    I have no problem with Fitz not being happy with the change right now. He hasn’t been playing poorly. You’re always told as a player that you don’t lose your job if you’re playing well. Flores has said he’ll play the guys who earn it. So, while I don’t like the things Fitz has said…and wish he’d kept it in-house, I get where he’s coming from. He has earned the starting job. We all knew he was a placeholder….but he has also earned his job. To have it taken away for the bright new shiny toy has gotta hurt….especially when you know it was probably your last chance to be a starter.

    • steveccnv says:

      Unless he wants to force his way to the Cowboys. The red rifle was awful against AZ.

    • stangerx says:

      He just won two games in a row while playing well….. get exactly why it hurts. Would be real different if he was 32 and not 37 on a rebuilding team though. And he’s not like Joe Montana going to KC either.

  6. ocalarob says:

    Hang in there Fitz, they tried the same shit with Rosen.

  7. Rhino says:

    Before all the “drama” today, I must say that the 2nd half of Jets game had me real worried. Lots of people here also said it ‘felt weird’ despite 24-0.

    Others have stated that the bye week was a good place so Tua gets 2 straight weeks of reps with first team. The BYE got moved up so it could be that this was the plan anyway.

    Mostly, the info leaked before Flores could address the team. Someone is gonna get fired or fined for leaking it. Fitz is disappointed, I get it. But we all knew this was coming. I’ve enjoyed watching Fitz play, but its not like we are ‘benching’ a future HOF. We are benching a journeyman… he did his job and got paid for it. We don’t take a potential ‘franchise QB’ and NOT see what we have, and develop him (just like our rookie OL guys).

    • stangerx says:

      Yep — gonna let the kid play and see what he has. And — maybe more importantly — develop.

      Don’t look for anyone to get fired cause of the leak though. You know where Adam Schefter gets info like this?….. players’ agents looking for a favor next FA period. Don’t think most likely suspects Tua and Fitz will get fired for talk’n to their guys before team meeting.

  8. ocalarob says:

    steveccnv says:
    October 21, 2020 at 1:33 pm
    When you have the fastest release, are accurate and read a D like he does his arm is plenty strong enough. He’s got more intangibles

    D says:
    October 21, 2020 at 1:35 pm
    Im an SEC guy, he regularly made deep pass throws on the dot leading the reciever and with plenty of zip on it.

    these qb debates are much like current politics, you defend your agenda at every turn throwing a blind eye to fallacies.

    does he have marginal arm strength? check
    is he short? check

    but that doesn’t matter.

    maybe the Russians have something to do with this.

    I would be thrilled if he was as good as russel wilson!

  9. stangerx says:

    We have entered the Tua era and he’s a lefty.

    Based on classic body definition and where they played before, Jackson is suited for LT and Hunt RT. Looking down the road and leaving Davis out of it……… do they switch up?

    • Mike E. says:

      I doubt it. You compromise both guys asking them to switch sides, I believe they understood all this when they drafted them and will keep them both at their natural positions.

      • stangerx says:

        But up until now they were playing for a righty QB whatever they had in mind with Tua. Could be something you don’t see this year but do in the next off season. Or maybe not.

  10. stangerx says:

    “Last year when Josh went in, that was a different situation. He was either going to sink or swim. I ended up back in the lineup. this is a different situation. I mean, you draft a guy fifth overall and put him in, this isn’t a temporary decision. This is a forever decision.”
    — Fitzmagic, who sounds like didn’t have much respect for Rosen

    • D says:

      I dont think he doesnt respect Rosen, i think he is telling it like it is. Rosen was not a 5th overall pick for us, he was a trade for a 2nd round on a lets see how this goes kind of pick up. It didn’t go very well. If it had Fitz knows he wouldn’t have come back in after that. I think he is also kinda of tipping his hat to the fact that he doesn’t think that Tua is going to need him to go back in for him.

      • stangerx says:

        I was going on the tipping hat to Tua thing too. Don’t think he has much doubt. Well hat and the Rosen’s crash and burn didn’t seem to shock him. And thinking what Fitz saw in practice came first for him.

    • Krishna says:

      Well, that makes two of us, but what do I know? Rosen leadership skills were nonexistent and football IQ was sorely lacking from what I’ve read and sort of seen.

  11. wyoming85 says:

  12. D says:

    Krishna says:
    October 21, 2020 at 3:06 pm

    He seems to me to be class a guy with a lot of pride and leadership. Nothing wrong with being hurt by this. Just shows he wasn’t ready this week for it.
    I think when you are the point he is and the curtain is probably closing a little, its hard to watch it finally close. That last curtain call, etc is highly emotional for athletes who love playing their prospective game. Dont think i have ever seen more big men cry than at the end of their careers, so i mean, i bet he wished the day never came, and it was going to hurt no matter when it happened.

  13. D says:

    LOL Tht reminded me of the Jameis Winston, i good you good we good, just in the sense of the repetition of words, not in the stupidity of the comment lol. Between that and the eat the W thing makes me glad we didnt try to reboot his career in Miami. That and the 32 interception and 12 fumbles.

  14. Rockphin says:

    bookman11 says:
    October 20, 2020 at 7:57 pm
    I don’t see us losing another game……….ever


    My first thought was “Man, I hope bookman doesn’t go blind because of this. Karma is a bitch.”

  15. D says:

    Herd. It looks like they were saying that some of the other players found out first through social media but Flores had informed Tua and Fitz himself at the same time.

    • herdfan says:

      Whatever, handled badly if you ask me. To say, oh, it leaked out before we had a chance to do it the right way with him or the rest of the team is bullshit. Either way, it shows lack of control over your organization and a total lack of class.

      • D says:

        Probably should have been a meeting with the two of them to start and then a team zoom right after for the rest of the team. Cant speak for what went wrong there, but i agree it really should have been handled differently

      • CavalierKong says:

        I agree it appears this was handled very poorly. It’s a highly charged emotional issue, and IMO you make sure you get the word out properly because if you care about your payers you do it right.

        It’s a teachable moment. I expect we won’t see this kind of mistake from this FO again.

      • Krishna says:

        Agreed Herd!

      • Krishna says:

        Agreed Cav.

        Sets a bad precedent for how you treat your men, those that are fighting for you. Respect man!

        Fucking respect…

  16. D says:

    Id be more encouraging Fitz to retire and go into coaching and grab up another guy in the draft to back up up. Someone like KJ Costello or Sam Ehlinger, leaning a little more towards the latter since he is a kinda movement QB, which i see closer relating to Tua than Costello which is more suited for pocket passing. With Fitz coaching, we could get one of those guys to be serviceable as a backup, and they would probably be good enough to make spot starts if needed.

  17. CavalierKong says:

    “But I know how difficult it is to play the quarterback position and I know that that room is so important to the guy that’s playing in terms of everybody having your back and pulling in the same direction. So today’s the day to digest a little bit and we’ll get away for the bye a little bit.”

    “But, yeah, once this thing starts up again, I’ve got to do my best for Tua to help him out. Because there’s two separate situations here. One is with Tua, and I want him to do well and I think he’s a great kid and I think he has a really bright future. And the other one is my feelings and just kind of what I’m going through. And that has to be separate from when I walk into this building and help him out. I’ve got to separate those feelings from trying to be a professional and help him out as best I can.”

    You can’t ask a person for anything more than this. Once we get through this week, Fitz will have processed it, and will do and say all the right things. He’s just a smart guy like that.

    I hope he continues to be involved with the Dolphins organization as a backup then a coach. He’s one of my favorite Dolphins ever, which I can’t believe I’m saying that about someone who played for the Jest. I’m still pissed at JT for playing in puke green for a year, lol.

    • D says:

      And Bills, which is one of my hate forever teams, probably even more so than the Pats, and the Jets only sorta tie them.

      • CavalierKong says:

        I’ve never really despised the Bills like I do the Jest and Pets. I’m not sure why since they probably stopped us from getting to a SB or two in the early 90’s. I think it must be because I have a few Bills fans friends who aren’t douchebags, lol.

        I’ve never known a Jest fan that I liked.

        True story, my youngest daughter is a truly amazing person. Just someone that gets along with everyone and everyone likes. She has always been adored by all her teachers.

        She had one teacher (4th grade) that just didn’t like her. My wife and I couldn’t understand what was going on. After talking with her in a conference, we left that meeting thinking “what a bitch”. We found out a couple of months later she’s a big time Jest fan, and suddenly it just made sense. LOL

  18. CavalierKong says:

    I’m watching Tua’s press conference. Some numbnut reporter asked him if he threw the ball to Laird on purpose to go out of bounds, so he’d have more time to run plays.

    SMH, the questions these guys ask. I wish more players and coaches treated these idiots like Belicheat does.

  19. Tim Knight says:

    I understand Fitz being upset but I thought he’d be more on board about it. However if he found out on social media I could see why that bothered him. I believe he’ll get over it and be a good teammate though.

  20. CavalierKong says:

    • stangerx says:

      Wasn’t that one long suspension? Might have been longer than Roger Vick’s time behind bars. Talent plays.

      • CavalierKong says:

        There is the possibility his suspension gets extended. But if it doesn’t, one of these teams will sign him.

      • D says:

        For throwing beagle puppies to rottweilers…. Now he gets to be on a prime time football show. That shit still sickens me. I fucking hate animal abuse and the sociopaths that partake in it.

      • D says:

        I dont think he ever gets his act together long enough to get back to old form. Just wasting a roster spot and salary cap via dead money signing him, at least without 10 pages of clauses, like “will not have dick candy on person at any time.”

      • stangerx says:

        D- AB had a real nice game against us last year in his only one with the Pats, but the evil genius still didn’t keep him after seeing him for a while. Think mental illness is involved, but he might be on meds for it.

  21. wyoming85 says:

  22. stangerx says:

    Way to support the program.
    LSU is banning Odell Beckham Jr. from its facilities for two years. Beckham was seen giving out $100 bills to LSU players on the field after LSU won the national championship back in January.

    LSU initially claimed the money was fake, but Joe Burrow, the 2019 Heisman Trophy winner, said the money he received from Beckham was real. LSU later acknowledged it was real cash.

  23. Mike E. says:

    Randy – Fitz hasn’t played poorly but he hasn’t played well. I mean when you’re thinking of the top 10 QB’s this season, his 10 TD’s and 7 INT’s don’t put him in that conversation. We love the guy, but he’s been adequate. Our offense has left too many points off the board this season. SO while he hasn’t played poorly he hasn’t really elevated our team either. The one thing that worried me was the team is really behind him but it looks like they’re also behind Tua.

  24. Randy says:

    Yeah, I would agree…although 14th ain’t bad for a young, rebuilding team learning a brand new offense. I look at more than just his numbers. I think he brought stability, a sense of calm to an offense that needed it. I think he was a really good veteran QB who helped this whole team have fun, be professionals and kinda ride the waves of a rebuild so far. I know he makes our OL look better than they are. But, I also don’t really care who they play at QB. It was gonna happen sooner or later. He’ll get on board.
    I also think the guy/player that Tua is reported to be helps you feel better about putting him in there. He’s supposed to be very mature and a great leader. I’m looking forward to watching him play. I think he can be really good…we’ll see. I can still feel bad for Fitz and recognize what he has earned and what he brings to the team. I certainly don’t think he’s played bad enough to lose his job. I wish he’d kept it to himself. I always wish players/coaches would keep everything in-house. But, if he learned it through the media….well, I guess I’ll say I get it, at least. Lol

  25. Rockphin says:

    Everyone keeps saying Fitz lost his job. Pretty sure he is still getting every check he is owed on his contract (unless there are incentives) and now he wont be getting hit by 300 lb guys. LOL sounds like and upgraded perk to me. 😉

  26. Randy says:

    Yeah….but players want to play, man…..and starting is a lot more important to players than fans may think. Ballers always want to be in there playing. That said, he gets a day or so to get over it and get with the program. Lol

    • D says:

      He gets a week they don’t dont come in bye week

    • Rockphin says:

      I know. Just trying to be funny. If MY boss came to me and said hey you can make the same amount of money and do less I would jump at it. LOL
      In the short lived world of the Not For Long league I know it must be emotional for it to happen. That said, he has been on 8 teams he has sat the bench a lot.

  27. wyoming85 says:

  28. Krishna says:

    Curious what Flo’s response to Fitz to a WTF?

  29. Krishna says:

    I don’t see how you endear someone to stay with you after you just blindsided them. Seriously?

    I think that goodwill is lost, jmo.

  30. Mike E. says:

    Steve – was Fitz plenty good enough in the Jets game? He was good and bad in the Niners game, 18 points on FGs. He did throw 3 TDs but we should have scored 50+

  31. Krishna says:

    No, Mike E, he was not good enough last game in 2nd half. The team is 3-3. Who would have thought?

    For me, it’s HOW it was done not that it was done. Flo fucked up.

    Why would Fitz want to be part of any future with this team? Guess he wasn’t good enough to earn proper respect.

    • Mike E. says:

      I was busy at work, I don’t know what went down with Flo and Fitz. What exactly happened?

      • wyoming85 says:

        Just a bunch of Omar and Mando over hyped shit!

        Nothing new SOP!!!!!!

      • Krishna says:

        My understanding is Fitz heard of the change on social media before he heard it from Flores. If that is false, I retract all my statements. If it is true, I stand by them.

        Maybe we will never know the truth.

        I hope it’s not SOP. That’s BS.

  32. pheloniusphish says:

    Reports say Fitz and Tua were informed by the coach. Then it was the rest of the team that got it on social media before the coaches could tell them.

  33. Rhino says:

    Fitzpatrick will NEVER lead us to a Super Bowl.
    Tua was taken #5 overall to do that.

    Why is everybody wringing their hands and languishing about how Fitz was treated… a 37 yr old journeyman who KNEW he was the place holder. The dude went to Harvard and NOW we say he was too stupid to see the writing on the wall when #5 pick was used on a QB who set the NCAA record for passing efficiency… (think of that).

    We need to quit lamenting a journeyman’s existential reckoning with his mediocrity with flashes of brilliance. Let’s embrace the kid who could be brilliant EVERY week.

    Debating Fitz vs Tua as a fan base? If this is the case, we deserve our misery. Thank you Fitz. You were useful (like at the OTHER 7 TEAMS you played for)…

    Coach Flores AGAIN made the decision for the team. If any of you think Fitz is our best chance over Tua, then this franchised is fucked. We drafted Tua for a reason. Stick to the plan. No pussies allowed. damn.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      Exactly, well stated

    • Krishna says:

      Missed the point entirely and went off on a tangent.

      R E S P E C T.

      It’s that simple. If Flores informed both Tua and Fitz together before anyone else, I’m good and no languishing. But, let’s miss the point again.

  34. The Flying Pig says:

    I just watched Fitz talk about it

    And I think he’s just expressing how upset he is. And he’s allowed to have that. I don’t think it’s a problem for the team going foreword

  35. son of a son of a shula says:

    Onward and upward with
    2️⃣🅰️ 👅🎻

  36. son of a son of a shula says:

    Who’s ready for the Bye week Bi Babe?

  37. New Age says:

    My brain is in complete agreement with Rhino. As a guy that’s probably past his half-life, I feel really bad for Fitz. Really good guy and I wish he had more success overall, but glad we got a little over a year with him leading.

    Fitz was solid this year but having 10 TDs to 7 ints is not going to lead you to winning football very often. I’m ready for our franchise QB to get this thing rolling.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      Honestly think Fitz was just expressing how upset he was
      And he’s a competitor
      So there’s nothing wrong with being upset

      • New Age says:

        Yeah, I’d probably do the same thing and I’m sure it blindsided him since the team has played pretty well the last 4 games.

      • Krishna says:

        If that’s truly the case, I’m good! Probably, I was the first to SAY that.

  38. The Flying Pig says:

    Does anyone else think it’s weird that a sun is farting on the blog?


  39. Tim Knight says:

    If you think about it, if Fitz got benched because he played poorly in two straight games or something like that it would be more of a negative towards him. He’d understand why he was benched but he’d probably feel worse because he let the team down. The switch was made on a positive note.

    Going with Tua is because the coaches feel the time is right. Flores always puts players in the game he feels is what’s best for the team to win that game. Some players have played one week and not so much the next, even being inactive. The same applies here. Everyone knows what the QB situation is.

    That said it’s time to be excited for Tua time. 🙂

    • New Age says:

      Not only that but the Rams are going in fairly blind about our offense with Tua. It’s a great time in the season to get him going. The Rams have looked pretty ugly this year so we have a solid chance of winning it.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Yeah and it’s not like Tua got the start due to Fitz being injured or benched for poor play, it was a team decision based on what they’ve seen from Tua as a competitor and teammate. It was a positive move. They think he’s ready.

    • steveccnv says:

      Going with Tua is because the coaches feel the time is right. Flores always puts players in the game he feels is what’s best for the team to win that game.


      I agree with the first sentence, the second sentence contradicts the first one.

      No one knows which QB gives us the best chance to beat the Rams, because Tua is mostly unknown. What we do know is playing Fitz will have a ceiling of playoffs, but no wins. We’ve seen it his entire career, he’s not consistent.

      We may have to take a step back, to take a step forward.

      • ocalarob says:

        The problem with your argument is there’s 52 other guys on the team plus coaching staff, all Fitz could have done over his career is to control what he’s able to control.
        i don’t see fitz as having a “ceiling” when so many other factors and different teams are involved in the end result.

      • steveccnv says:

        You’re entitled to your opinion.

  40. steveccnv says:

    Something missing from all of these reports is what Tua brings to the running game. The RPO should improve it.

    • steveccnv says:

      Take the 2019 49ers, they had maybe the best rushing attack in the league, but they couldn’t just keep running the ball with conventional runs, even against GB in the championship game they dominated on the ground.

      Our run playcalling has been too vanilla, with Tua I expect that to change, he gives us more options.

  41. wyoming85 says:

    Sometimes I wonder if the folks on this blog have the same anger and angst in their real lives?

    Or if this place is there WWE so they can play the “bad guy”? 😉

  42. ocalarob says:

    I wonder where we will stand on Nov 3rd?, No not the election but the NFL trade deadline. will we make some moves?

  43. herdfan says:

    wyoming85 says:
    October 22, 2020 at 10:46 am (Edit)

    Sometimes I wonder if the folks on this blog have the same anger and angst in their real lives?

    Or if this place is there WWE so they can play the “bad guy”?

    YES IT IS!!!! DAMMIT! 🙂

  44. ocalarob says:

    what surprises me about going with Tua now is Fitz is 3-1 over the last 4 games. not sure if upsetting that trend is a smart move however i don’t watch Tua on a day to day basis. it will be interesting to see how this works out.

    • Mike E. says:

      If you can be honest about it Rob, the TEAM is 3-1, and Fitz has been pretty uneven all season, that’s how he is. The defense has been improving with leaps and bounds and THAT’S the difference. It’s not like Fitz has elevated his play to lead us to wins, that’s not at all what happened. I never saw Fitzpatrick as the most important piece of our team. His leadership can’t be taken for granted, but I think Tua will inspire the team as well. Every guy on this team knew this was coming, there is no divide, they are 100% behind Tua being the QB

      • ocalarob says:

        I understand that, a real feel good story but what happens when you get between the white lines will determine if this was a mistake.

        Fitz has intangibles with his running ability to carry this team. at this point he’s a top 10 qb in the NFL. we are on a roll. not a good time to disrupt that roll,

        will Tua be able to put his head down and take on DTs like fitz does? because that’s what has got us this far.

        having to rely on that to get the job done seems to take away from the overall offensive talent we have and if Tua doesn’t have that intangible then he has to rely on that talent more than fitz does.

  45. Mike E. says:

    NEW BLOG UP!!!

  46. Mike E. says:

    Rob – Fitz’s running ability may have surpassed his passing ability. The way he was playing it’s surprising that he hasn’t gotten injured. he was a little reckless out there. We need to become a better passing team and I think that Tua will help us become just that.

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