Game 4 – Colts @ Dolphins

Last week, I asked for the team to be competitive at the least, and in some ways they were, pushing the game to overtime before falling to the hometown Las Vegas Raiders 28-25. Now the Dolphins at 1-2 face a failed first quarter of the season unless they can get a win against the visiting Indianapolis Colts. The team was very inconsistent last week, and honestly, there’s not one unit, including the vaunted special teams that looks right yet. Both the offense and defense are still struggling. The defense gave up 100 yards rushing to Peyton Barber who was in for the injured Josh Jacobs. What does that mean exactly? That was Peyton Barber’s highest rushing total in his 6 year career with the Bucs and Redskins. We definitely miss Raekwon Davis, and one could make the argument we miss Benardrick McKinney too. We did stymie the Raiders passing attack which was on fire for the first 2 games of the season with over 800 yards passing. Including overtime, Carr threw for 386 yards and 2 TD’s and 1 INT. Considering he lit up 2 of the premier defenses in the NFL in Game 1 and 2 with the Ravens and Steelers respectively, I think we did well against their passing attack. You could also make the argument they didn’t have to pass as much because of their success on the ground and I’ll agree with that too.

I have been begging for the Dolphins to use TE Mike Gesicki and they finally did use him. He got the targets I wanted him to get but he was basically a forgotten man until the 4th quarter and OT where he finally finished with 12 targets and 10 receptions. No gaudy numbers this game, it was desperation for Brissett, but why wait until the game truly hangs in the balance to use your best target? I’m not sure that two heads are better than 1, or that either OC we have is qualified. I haven’t seen anything from this combo that makes me feel like we’re a 2021 NFL offense. Yes, our starting QB is OUT, but Brissett is capable, but we haven’t found a way to cover for the O-line this season. Both QB’s are under constant duress and therefore have been completely unable to use the downfield speed we have in Fuller, Waddle and Wilson. No time for the QB has derailed the offense. I’ve seen Malcolm Brown out there, not for his rushing prowess but for his blocking ability. Gaskin is getting the job done running and catching but Brown is the better blocker. It’s unfortunate that our starting 5 on the O-line need help and more help to block the rush, and even then it’s shaky.

The Indianapolis Colts come to Miami at 0-3. Their starting QB, Carson Wentz has been injured but has played in all 3 games. Wentz and the Colts have similar problems as the Dolphins and Brissett. The Colts once had one of the more solid O-lines with 3X Pro Bowl G Quenton Nelson and long time LT Anthony Castonzo. Castonzo retired and Nelson is injured, so former Chiefs T/G Eric Fisher is at LT and former Jaguar, Panther and Dolphin G Chris Reed replaces Nelson. Running back Jonathan Taylor is a workhorse and has been getting his share of carries but it hasn’t been enough, the Colts are scoring less than 19 PPG (18.7) and allowing nearly 27 PPG (26.7). Good news for the Colts defense is that the Dolphins have scored less than the Colts have at 15 PPG, 30th in the NFL. Good news for the Colts offense is we’re allowing 27.3 PPG which is 23rd in the NFL.

So here’s the deal. I do feel like we have a good amount of talent on our roster, and I doubt I’m alone in that evaluation. We need to make the most of that talent. We need to use the players that can make things happen, and use them more. Get the ball into Waddles hands, and NOT 3 yards into their own endzone! FTR, I do realize Waddle has 26 targets in 3 games which is great, and he has 23 catches on those targets which tells me he’s getting a ton of short passes. He’s averaging 7.6 YPR. Mike Gesicki is averaging 9.8 YPR, he’s also getting a lot of short stuff. We have to find a way to give the QB time to throw downfield if the offense is going to be what we need it to be. We’ll see if the line continues with Jackson – Davis – Deiter – Hunt – Eichenberg. It seems they don’t trust Kindley as he’s been the guy getting the least time. Davis is less of a liability at G than he is at T. I think Jackson will be better, his confidence seems to be hurting as well as his play is. Find the best 5, if this is it, and let them play together and hopefully we get the results we’re looking for.

We still have one of the best secondaries in the NFL and Xavien Howard and Byron Jones may be the best CB tandem in the league. We have talent at safety too with veteran Eric Rowe and two young emerging talents in rookie Jevon Holland and 2nd year safety Brandon Jones. The problem? Besides Christian Wilkins (2 sacks), no one else from our front 7 has a sack. You read that right, not ONE! and Ogbah each have a half sack each and rookie Jaelan Phillips and LB Jerome Baker have been shut out. Baker still leads the team in tackles and has 3 FF’s, but he hasn’t been involved in rushing the passer as much yet. The aforementioned emerging safety Brandon Jones has 2 sacks. It’s alarming though that our front 7 has been so shut down getting to the QB. That needs to improve if we’re going to be a competitive team with playoff aspirations. Let’s hope our Co-OC’s and Josh Boyer along with Brian Flores have a better game plan against the visiting Colts this Sunday. We need a win, and we need to move this talent forward, and I do believe there is a lot of wasted talent thus far.


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430 Responses to Game 4 – Colts @ Dolphins

  1. wyoming85 says:

  2. wyoming85 says:

    • Krishna says:

      A little silly, but it was a thrill seeing him and his wife sitting in the bleachers watching his play football in HS. My brother, both Davids, played on the team together.

      Then, going to the Orange Bowl on Sundays to watch the Dolphins…..pretty cool back then!

  3. wyoming85 says:

    • The Flying Pig says:

      People keep saying we have had bad drafts bc our OL is playing like 🗑

      But if Iggy is for real, and Brandon Jones keeps playing well to go along with Holland – look at our DBs. 😳

  4. stangerx says:

    Tickets to see Tom Brady in Foxboro on Sunday nite are going for an average of $1,101…. and that means the real good ones for a whole lot more.

    According to Vivid Seats, the Buccaneers-Patriots game ranks as the sixth most in-demand game for New England since Brady entered the NFL in 2000, behind Super Bowls against the Philadelphia Eagles (LII, $4,722), Los Angeles Rams (LIII, $4,091), Atlanta Falcons (LI, $3,665), Seattle Seahawks (XLIX, $2,686) and New York Giants (XLVI, $2,660).

  5. Phindog says:

    Glad I didn’t get involved yesterday because talking politics and religion with friends always turns out great. NOT !! 🐕🇺🇸

  6. wyoming85 says:

  7. bailbondmike says:

    Going to watch UF at Kentucky to get a good look at KY RB Chris Rodriguez Jr., 5’11 225.

  8. bailbondmike says:

    Texas RB Bijan Robinson is an interesting prospect as well. One to watch next year as he is a sophomore. Breaks a lot of tackles.

  9. bailbondmike says:

    Dang, one of the small fast wr’s on my watch list for the draft just got hurt. JD Speilman of TCU. Only 1 catch for 11 and a TD in first half but also had an 87 yard KO return. Looks like maybe an ankle.

  10. CavalierKong says:

    A fine example of Darwinism at work, lol.

    I would also accept karma, The Will of Allah, The Will of God, or ‘stupid is as stupid does’ as correct answers.

  11. stangerx says:

    Celebrating Shula tmrw…. of course this is how we would roll.

  12. bailbondmike says:

    Surprised a little that Coan is still starting for ND. He does not have “IT”.

  13. stangerx says:

    I’m stealing this from a guy who wrote into Alain Poupart, but I’m right on board with the NFL putting a lottery system like the NBA has in play. All the top teams in the draft with a weighted chance for #1. I like it.

  14. ocalarob says:

    Krishna says:
    October 2, 2021 at 11:06 am
    Graduated HS 76 when the Dolphins were awesome! Amazing those “cells” haven’t burned out….lol.

    what school

  15. ocalarob says:

    stangerx says:
    October 2, 2021 at 12:12 pm
    ORob — how did I sell your ticket when you said you didn’t want one?

    i told you i was goimg then all of a sudden you sold my ticket, not sure where you get your info from?

  16. ocalarob says:

    i’m sure you and sons lawn man will have a great time.

  17. wyoming85 says:

  18. wyoming85 says:

  19. mf13ss says:

    stangerx says:
    October 2, 2021 at 3:09 pm
    I’m stealing this from a guy who wrote into Alain Poupart, but I’m right on board with the NFL putting a lottery system like the NBA has in play. All the top teams in the draft with a weighted chance for #1. I like it.
    HARD pass! Why would you think this, Stanger?

    • stangerx says:

      Cause think would make the teams shooting for #1 #1 play harder.

      • mf13ss says:

        Teams shooting for R1P1 should be playing hard, in order to gain revenue from ticket sales, concessions, merchandising, etc.

        ANYTHING can be rigged. Can you imagine if we had a lottery Draft, where the Patsie* dynasty was awarded constant top-10 picks in the Draft???

        The NFL is just fine with the way it is with their drafting system, BELIEVE ME!

      • mf13ss says:

        What’s more, when ya think about it, this would lead to abolishing the salary cap in the NFL. I don’t want to see that happen.

      • stangerx says:

        You’d have to explain to me why this would mean abolishing the salary cap in the NFL. It’s pretty strict right now as far as what first round draft choices get paid. Most of the money goes to vets on 2nd contracts.

  20. Ken says:

    I call bullshit

  21. Rockphin says:

    mf13ss says:
    October 1, 2021 at 6:39 pm
    You’re getting on a lot of people’s nerves. Give it a rest.

    That’s funny because I don’t wanna see a lot of people complaining only you. You seem to like to take the position of log police while ignoring your own rules. Kindly go fuck your self righteous hypocritical self

    • mf13ss says:

      Right back at ya, for your comment directed at me yesterday before the new blog. YOU were the only one, looking for trouble.

      YOU don’t get to dictate to me, especially after your doozy of a statement last year to me: “don’t fucking tell me what I can or can’t say”.

      Keep on winning, Rockphin. SMH

      • stangerx says:

        “YOU don’t get to dictate to me, especially after your doozy of a statement last year to me” — you have the most awesome memory ever. I have problems figuring out what I ate for dinner two days ago.

  22. mf13ss says:

    LOVE the throwback jerseys for tomorrow’s game! The spirit of Don Shula will be in the building!

  23. bailbondmike says:

    Ole Miss got to get out of their own way.

    ND playing like they got their thumb up their butt. Make that their fist.

    • mf13ss says:

      I’m very surprised about Notre Dame’s lack of effectiveness this year. If they keep playing like this, they’ll soon be out of the top-25.

  24. mf13ss says:

    Not sure how I feel about this take, but there’s at least some merit to it…

  25. Tim Knight says:

    Doggy, the conversation was more about the Book of Enoch, ancient aliens, science and evolution. Bookman refuted it all and made fun of it. I watch a lot of shows on this sort of stuff and I find it very interesting. It wasn’t meant to be a religious discussion other than religion and evolution can co-exist.

  26. mf13ss says:


  27. Tim Knight says:

    Geez Alabama just keeps on rolling year after year.

  28. mf13ss says:

    Tim Knight says:
    October 2, 2021 at 5:04 pm
    …Bookman refuted it all and made fun of it…
    My Brother, your post could have done without putting Bookman’s name in your mouth.

    Suggestion: don’t do this in the future, unless you’re looking for a fight: not cool, man.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Just calling it like it is. It’s all on the board. He made fun of two of my comments as if they were absurd. I did not do that to him. All I did was ask him questions about how old he thinks earth is and what am I being saved from by not accepting Christ as my savior. He answered them both. Agree to disagree, no biggie.

      • mf13ss says:

        What I’m trying to say is this: if/when Bookman reads your above comment, do you think he’s going to like it? He’s going to feel as though he’s being attacked (as would anybody).

        We ALL need to do better, including myself.

      • Mike E. says:

        M – hey man, Bookman is spouting his religious beliefs and Tim is talking about his. There’s no reason for Bookman to be upset if he’s mentioned, especially if the info mentioned is accurate. I preferred to stay out if it last night, but like any other topic, if you say your beliefs they will be subject to be refuted.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Would it better if I just said “someone” when it’s on the board and we all know who it was? I think that would be more disrespectful to him, as if he doesn’t have a name. He engaged in the conversation. I didn’t find the convo to be bad or heated. I know what he believes and he know where I stand on these topics. David brought it up about the Book of Enoch, he asked you about it and I chimed in. Then Bookman chimed in. We’re all allowed our opinions right?

        Did you think calling out Rock was going to go well? It didn’t, that was ugly.

  29. mf13ss says:

    stangerx says:
    October 2, 2021 at 5:27 pm
    “YOU don’t get to dictate to me, especially after your doozy of a statement last year to me” — you have the most awesome memory ever. I have problems figuring out what I ate for dinner two days ago.
    I thank you. My memory is both a blessing and a curse.

    • stangerx says:

      Curse on this one is you still hold a grudge from at least 10 months ago cause you do remember. Glad my life doesn’t roll that way.

      • mf13ss says:

        I forgive, but never forget. People have the ability to change. Forgiveness is part of my nature and duty, for obvious reasons.

        I’ve made friends with former arch-enemies, for example. I can’t live in a world that is mired in retribution. Lots of people judge a person by their cover… read my contents, and people generally find me to be a very cool and understanding cat.

      • stangerx says:

        “I forgive, but never forget.” — so different from how I live my life. But we each have our own way to go. In case you haven’t noticed I’m sorta of a get along with everyone guy.

  30. mf13ss says:

    Mike E. says:
    October 2, 2021 at 5:38 pm
    M – hey man, Bookman is spouting his religious beliefs and Tim is talking about his. There’s no reason for Bookman to be upset if he’s mentioned, especially if the info mentioned is accurate. I preferred to stay out if it last night, but like any other topic, if you say your beliefs they will be subject to be refuted.
    Hey, Bro!

    I’m just sayin’, there’s a former ‘beef’ between Mr. Tim and Mr. Bookman… I’d like to see it go away. I think that ‘beef’ was put on the grill last night, and the divide became further.

    I just don’t want to see divides grow among us, that’s all. My heart is in the right place, man!

    • Tim Knight says:

      There’s a former beef between a lot of people here. That’s what happens when people get into discussions they’re passionate about. I have no issue with Bookman’s faith. Because in the big scheme of things, I don’t really know how it all started. But I’m interested in it.

  31. wyoming85 says:

  32. CavalierKong says:

    Piggy and I have beef because he never wants to get close enough to the fire for us to have pork.

  33. Mike E. says:

    M – I hear ya, I’m not stirring shit either. Bookman knows Tim’s beliefs and vice versa. The conversation seemed peaceful enough to me. Religion is a sensitive topic, or at least can be, just like politics. When you tread those waters you have to deal what comes of it.

  34. bookman11 says:

    M, no need to worry about what is said about me. I know the consequences when I get into the conversations. I am in a minority on this blog when it comes to my beliefs, in fact I am likely running solo in that regard. Lol. I have spent more time the last few years reading and studying the Bible, especially at church, and I needed it.

    Nobody on this blog will convince me of anything I do not believe in, and vice versa, even with my “spouting”. I cannot convert anyone anyway, only the Holy Spirit can do that, but sometimes it is good to “refute” what I would term as false teachings. No big deal.

    • Mike E. says:

      I wouldn’t even try to convince someone as to what they should or shouldn’t believe, I respect everyone’s personal beliefs.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Except for the Dutch. LOL

      • New Age says:


        I agree in some things and some things I do not. In science for instance, is it better to continue to believe false or outdated data? Most would say no, so if someone for instance, knows the Protestant bible, should they not educate someone who may be mistaken about that bible? I think they should and discussion should never be discouraged, just ignored if you don’t like it. It’s so easy to scroll down but we are a lazy and entitled society.

        Tim has had bad experiences in religion and Bookman has had good ones. That’s doesn’t mean they aren’t both right and maybe wrong. Who knows but It’s good for multiple sides to discuss these things respectfully. I also think people should have strong beliefs and convictions. As Churchill said, if you haven’t offended anyone, you’ve never stood up for anything. I look at this ‘birthing person’ nonsense and biological males playing at being female and I see a society that has no strong beliefs or values.

        If a Satanist or a Dutchist spoke with me, I wouldn’t respect their beliefs and I would say their beliefs are wrong. They are allowed to have them and I should be allowed to dismiss them. If you show respect, I will show you personal respect by not speaking unless you begin to propagate and I will counter and reply. None of this applies to the Dutch though. They must be silenced like Tim said.

  35. CavalierKong says:

    Stang, I hate the idea of an NFL draft lottery. I just don’t see any issue in the current system that needs correcting.

    Sure some years we have a couple of teams that could potentially ‘vie’ for the top slot, but I think that kind of mentality is its own reward. I would hate to be a team that should easily have that top slot and the top QB, and get screwed by a bad lottery draw.

    • stangerx says:

      Not that am tied to it, but same time don’t see why not do it. What would the negative be? Sure would make for an interesting event for the bottom ten teams at least.

      • Mike E. says:

        I know I was pissed off when the Knicks should have gotten the #1 pick but ended up getting 9th in the draft a couple if years ago. Not sure the lottery is necessary in the NFL but it would eliminate tanking, which would be a good thing

      • stangerx says:

        Believe in the NBA lottery worst team now gets no lower than third or fourth. NFL could do the same rules.

      • CavalierKong says:

        Why should the 10th worst team have a shot at the #1 pick? And if you have a team that is the absolute worst, and they have an opportunity to get that top QB, why should they and their fans possibly get screwed out of the top pick? It makes no sense to me.

        If we were going into draft after draft and thinking to ourselves, those first two teams have no business with the #1 and #2 picks, I might agree on a needed change, but I can’t recall ever having thought that except for the one year with the Colts losing for Luck basically all season. But I’d much rather see that rare occurrence than a lottery.

      • stangerx says:

        Answer is pretty simple Cav — cause it would make things interesting. That and all of us would tuning in to watch the ping pong balls come out. You watch the draft?

      • CavalierKong says:

        I always watch all 3 days of the draft. It’s a major event in my year, like Thanksgiving, lol.

        I don’t need an extra hour lottery show for a little more entertainment at the expense of what I consider to be a more equitable system. JMO

  36. Tim Knight says:

    The conversation really wasn’t about religion or faith. It was about human existence and what may or may not have happened. I’m open to many viewpoints. I was brought up as a typical Irish Catholic. I was christened, made my communion and confirmation. I continued to ponder life and ideas from that point when I guess I about 11 years old. It was never an agenda for me, but what I learned and experienced. Life as we know it is amazing to me. Why did any of it happen at all? But it did. The Meaning of Life. I’m still a sponge on the subject.

  37. Tim Knight says:

    Why does the draft need to change? We were supposed to tank in 2019 and won 5 games. 😉

    • New Age says:

      I also see no reason for change. If we are that bored, we need new hobbies. The worst team deserves the best opportunity to climb back to an even standing. I see the exciting Bengals and know Burrow is a primary reason why. I look at the Chargers reload quickly and that’s all due to Herbert, solid coaching, and good drafting. Why punish LA fans with random crap? No thank you.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I do think the QBs are a big reason why, but those two teams also have more good players than people think.

    • stangerx says:

      It doesn’t need to change. Was interesting how much folks are against it though. Still not sure exactly why.

  38. Mike E. says:

    New Age – I don’t go for that birthing person bullshit either. That’s political though.

  39. ocalarob says:

    as the blog turns

  40. Tim Knight says:

    LOL @ New Age

    I didn’t really have bad experiences with religion, just that as I got older and learned more I questioned the doctrine that was being forced upon me. I saw a lot of hypocrisy. I wasn’t the only one, many kids I grew up with discussed this stuff as we matured. What’s wrong with learning and thinking and discussing what we all felt? Nothing! It’s really that simple. That’s evolution too because knowledge changes our DNA over time and we advance in intelligence. At one point our ancestors didn’t know how to make fire. Then once they did, they could cure meats for the brutal winters or droughts or whatever. We evolved. Why is that such a dirty word?

  41. ocalarob says:

    i sure hope we don’t get oir asses kicked again tomorrow!

    • Tim Knight says:

      Well that didn’t happen last week. We lost a close game that I found entertaining without my personal bias of wanting to win. 😉

      • ocalarob says:

        we had to come from behind after a 14 point lead, after a pick 6 our offense only managed 7points, we got outscored 25-zip during that time, i’d say thats getting our asses kicked.

      • Tim Knight says:

        We lost 31-28. Was it a great performance? No! But geez man, football is unpredictable. How do you get your ass kicked losing in OT by 3 points? Tip your hat to the Raiders, they made more big plays than we did.

  42. Tim Knight says:

    Not saying every season is the same, but we started off 1-3 last year before winning 5 in a row. That was with Fitzmagic. We finished the season after that start 9-3. This is a different team and even younger, but we don’t know what will happen yet. Let’s beat the Colts tomorrow. Go Phins!!!!

  43. Tim Knight says:

    Jaelan Phillips says he feels like he’s ‘almost there’
    “I’m starting to get some pressures. I need to convert those pressures into sacks and negative plays. The [coaches are] starting to have a little bit more trust in me.”
    (Via the Miami Herald)

    I think this dude will get there. But maybe I’m just biased because I want it to be so. 😉

    • Capt. Stubbs says:

      I believe his motor which I saw on Sunday was tremendous. He Just hasn’t figured out how to use it yet I’m hoping he gets it. Talent is definitely there. The problem is coaches in college just think of their W/L column they really don’t coach the players sometimes to necessarily help them in the future

      • Tim Knight says:

        He missed a lot of offseason and is still getting up to speed. That’s kind of the case with a lot of this team. Yeah we have some vets but there are a lot of young dudes trying to find their way. I’ll remain optimistic until I can’t any longer. LOL

      • Capt. Stubbs says:

        My take though is that some of these college coaches just input players where they are great at. Meaning Philips just rush the qb. Actually learning your whole position is just a waste because he awesome coming off the corner. Not necessarily helping him as a true player. Just the W matters Doesn’t work in the NFL
        I understand the business of it, win or your gone. Unfortunately I feel it’s a disservice to the game and players

  44. Capt. Stubbs says:

    Wow it’s a little dicey in here…. do not let your inner HOME come out! Lol

  45. Capt. Stubbs says:

    Stanger” lottery ” I understand you brought it up and you don’t necessarily believe in it. The NFL is going through the wussification of America already, however please let’s never follow the NBA, unless we’re going to adopt, not testing for the Mary Jane !!!!

  46. Tim Knight says:

    Benardrick McKinney is still a FA. No team has signed him. Not sure why but something is not right with him.

  47. Tim Knight says:

    Capt., Phillips is a big OLB or light DE so we now call that an edge guy now. He’s a rookie with a lot of ability but he didn’t knock our socks off yet so he’s a bust. LOL

    • Capt. Stubbs says:

      Totally a bust!!!! Lol I believe he just needs to be coached up because he has it all. Upstairs in this level is really where it’s at. Not to say some are just freaky good though

  48. Tim Knight says:

    Tua is 7-4 in games he’s started with a rough start to his NFL career. This isn’t coming from a bias pro-Tua angle. It’s just what it is. We all see the issues on this team, especially on offense which I think is the weak link. We’re not good up front and we all see that. But Tua wins everywhere he goes.

    Maybe just maybe… we can give him some time as well as other younger players. Look at the 53 man roster. We’re still developing. I admit I jumped on the fast-track after going 10-6 last year. Who knows we could go 11-6 this year. But this team is still developing. We’re also without our starting QB regardless of what you think about him. Tua is the starter.

  49. wyoming85 says:

  50. wyoming85 says:

  51. 0-3 colts today, must win for Miami

    the Dolphins can get back on track against a shitty team today, not exciting, but a wins a win

    it will be a close game IMO, because our defense still sucks

    Miami 28- colts 27

  52. the reason the Dolphins went from first to worst on third downs, is because of their pass rush this year , is much worse than last years

    obviously, its not all Phillips fault. but he has been a huge nothingburger, when you factor in the team lead the NFL on third down stops, the year before he was brought in, but now are the worst in the league with Phillips there

  53. Mike E. says:

    Phillips didn’t play much at all against the Patriots and Mac Jones had a field day against us on 3rd down conversions. We need to be in the QB’s face more, get pressure up the middle. That’s where we’re missing Raekwon Davis big time. Jenkins has no burst. Hopefully the big fella comes back healthy and ready to roll.

  54. wyoming85 says:

  55. wyoming85 says:

  56. wyoming85 says:

  57. steveccnv says:
    October 3, 2021 at 10:41 am
    I could say the same about Coleman, but that wouldn’t be correct either

    One big factor is the QBs we’ve played

    im not sure that is the case,
    agreed that Derrick Carr is an excellent QB that we didnt face last year, but they DID face Josh Allen twice last season, and Mac Jones is not better than the average QB we faced last year IMO

  58. Quinton Nelson, starting Left guard for the 0-3 colts , is out of the game with an ankle injury

    the Dolphins have a chance to get their pass rush going , hopefully they capitalize on it fully, lol

    Phillips will probably get his first sack today IMO

  59. The Flying Pig says:

  60. wyoming85 says:

  61. Rhino says:

    with our O-line a mess, and Colts 0-3 start against a tough schedule (Seahawks, Rams, Titans) … this will NOT be an easy game by any measure. It will have to come down to the Defense getting turnovers!!

    20 – 17 🐬

  62. bailbondmike says:

    agreed that Derrick Carr is an excellent QB that we didnt face last year
    Um, we did face Derrick Carr last year. Do you forget the greatest no look pass in NFL history by Fitzmagic where he almost got his head ripped off?

    • thanks, i did forget about that one

      so then that means the Dolphins only QB they didnt face last year , was Jones

      the Dolphins dont have tougher QBs to face this year, that isnt why they slipped from worst to first in third down stops

  63. wyoming85 says:

  64. bailbondmike says:

    Let’s Go!!!

  65. wyoming85 says:

  66. herdfan says:

    Scrolling through this blog I can only come to the conclusion that someone thought the political debate had gone so well here that religion was a good topic to go with next.

    What could go wrong?

  67. Krishna says:

    I just found out TX law changed and I can buy alcohol at the grocery store on Sunday at 10AM vs noon! Woo, hoo!

    Since the game starts at noon my time, I was wondering if I had enough in the fridge to get me to half-time and then make a dash back to watch the game. But, no! I walked in around 9:55 or so to get some things and I could see the lights on in the coolers when I walked in. I thought that’s not typical; usually the coolers are dark until noon. Then, I walked by out of curiosity and their was a woman with two bottles of Proseco in her basket and I had to ask. Are you going to the register with that now?

    She said, “They changed the law!” When????. The last legislative session changed the time you can buy alcohol on Sunday to 10AM! I told her I had to go back and get a basket. She was like “Hell yeah!” LOL…..

    Funny, same legislative session they severely limited a woman’s right to her body.

    Is that some irony or what? Maybe, it’s a WTF moment, too? LMAO……

  68. herdfan says:

    Week 4 Dolphins vs Colts

    Herd – 24-20 🐬
    Tim Knight – 3-2 🐬 😉
    🐷 31-10 🐬
    Kong 24-17 🐬

    This is the last list I found. I know I’ve seen some scores posted individually but I’m not scrolling through to find them and add them. You guys know what to do. If you have a score, add it on. I’m not your mother. 😉

  69. stangerx says:

    Week 4 Dolphins vs Colts

    Herd – 24-20 🐬
    Tim Knight – 3-2 🐬 😉
    🐷 31-10 🐬
    Kong 24-17 🐬
    stang 17-14 dolphins

  70. Mike E. says:

    LOL @ Herd! So true. Funny thing is when folks get angry after indulging in the most delicate and controversial of topics. It’s like throwing a match into a vat of gasoline and flames shooting out everywhere and saying “Well I didn’t expect that to happen”

  71. Mike E. says:

    GAMEDAY blog is up for the game . . .

  72. Mike E. says:

    Week 4 Dolphins vs Colts

    Herd – 24-20 🐬
    Tim Knight – 3-2 🐬 😉
    🐷 31-10 🐬
    Kong 24-17 🐬
    stang 17-14 dolphins
    Mike E 27-10 Dolphins

  73. Mike E. says:

    Herd – 6AM??? Holy fuck that is early!!! Emergency alcohol purchases. lol

    • Krishna says:

      Works for me. I started laundry at 5AM this morning…It would have been perfect to head out after putting a wash in, run up to the store and start early with a mimosa or belini….LOL

  74. The Flying Pig says:

    The booze is for your cereal

  75. The Flying Pig says:

    Watching Bob Kraft interview on nfl network and it’s like he’s dying with a microphone in his hand

  76. Rockphin says:

    Something something something bitches…..Sigh

    something something

  77. The Flying Pig says:

    Austin Jackson keeps up his streak of crushing drives

  78. The Flying Pig says:

    What’s grant doing?

  79. The Flying Pig says:

    Really boring okay calling once we got in FG range – just settling for a FG at that point

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