GAMEDAY – Dolphins @ Ravens

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  1. son of a son of a shula says:

    Judge to the wall bottom 9th – almost

  2. Ken says:

    Chubb is what Harris should be

  3. son of a son of a shula says:

    That’s the kind of 3 and out that gets you benched that was ugly

  4. Tim Knight says:

    It looks like Edmonds/Mostert is what McDaniel is looking to get going now. Gaskin hasn’t played. What I’m seeing is McDaniel relying on guys who have some experience and talent then work the rookies in as we go.

    It hasn’t been easy but 2-0 is a big deal. It gives you some room for error as you try to build something. 0-2 comes with negative press.

  5. uwantwat says:

    I too didn’t like Najee Harris. I wanted DeAndre Swift the year he came out and Javonte Williams over Harris. Still like the Jaelin Phillips pick for us.

    Having said that I think Harris is suffering from having a poor OL. These OLs, league wide are not what they used to be.

  6. uwantwat says:

    The importance of the Raven’s win cannot be understated. I was hoping to be 2-2 after the first 4 games. Realistically, I was expecting either 0-4 or maybe 1-4 (a Pets win). Well done to everyone concerned to be 2-0 is terrific IMO. If we made it 4-0 I would be screaming SB here we come.

  7. uwantwat says:

    Haven’t been around much lately, have had a coughing bug for about 4 weeks now. Not Covid just a nasty bug that lingers. Coming good though.

    • ukfinfan says:

      Good to hear you are on the mend uwant!

      @Kong – forgot to mention, Sky has all the games on TNF, SNF and MNF and SatNF come December, if you want less ad breaks. Then they pick 2 games from the 1pm/4pm ET games each week on Sunday. Noticed both links were working on gamepass for TNF last night too.

  8. Krishna says:

    From USAToday Sports, “Dolphins vs Bills a matchup for fans,” Embrace it! That’s coach MM’s message to Miami Dolphins, and why not?
    ___________

    Isn’t that what winner’s do? Lol…I an smitten with MM!

  9. Wyoming85 says:

    Oh there’s some good ones out there

  10. Wyoming85 says:

    Still the #1 seed!
    Take that nay-sayers

  11. steveccnv says:

    Wow, Mostert has 47 YAC, but only 44 yards receiving

    Obviously has caught at least 1 pass behind the LOS

  12. bailbondmike says:

    Not sure if this been posted yet.

  13. Wyoming85 says:

    HMMMMMMMMM

    • steveccnv says:

      White is out top

      About even, Howard hurt, but playing

      We need to try Kohou on Diggs, if it works we need to sign Kohou to an 8 yr extension now

  14. bailbondmike says:

    Is the AFCE going to be the toughest conference in the AFC?

    AFCE 6-2
    AFCW 4-4
    AFCN 3-5 (before Clev/Pitt game last night)
    AFCS 1-5-2

    Before you say the west was going to beat each other up (which could still happen) they have only had 2 division games head to head and AFCE 1 division game.

    I know, too early to tell.

  15. bailbondmike says:

    If the Jets hadn’t beat the Browns last week 31-30, Browns would be 3-0.

  16. steveccnv says:

    86 degrees at game time, but it’s going to be hot as fuck on the field, and on the Bills bench, and if it rains and the sun comes back out…pobresito Bills

  17. steveccnv says:

    5 things that can help the Miami Dolphins beat Buffalo on Sunday
    by Brian Miller1 h ago
    « PREV 2 of 6 NEXT »
    Miami Dolphins
    Kaiir Elam Mandatory Credit: Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports+

    Miami Dolphins QB, Tua Tagovailoa needs to take advantage of a banged-up Bills secondary.
    If there is a weakness in the Bills’ defense, it might just be their secondary. The Bills are banged up and may have lost another starter on Monday night. The good news is that CB Dane Jackson walked out of the hospital on his own last night after contact bent his head backward. There is no guarantee that Jackson will play this week and if he does, it might be surprising.

    Buffalo is without star CB Tre’Davious White who is on IR

    The Bills will start first-round rookie Kaiir Elam on one side and if Jackson can not go, Siran Neal is the next in line for the Bills. Neal has five years of experience but is he going to be able to shut down Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle? It will be a tough task for certain.

    Christian Benford is also on the depth chart, the 5th-round rookie may be needed throughout the game and Miami will need to make the Bills pay for their inexperience in the secondary.
    .

  18. steveccnv says:

    Miami Dolphins QB, Tua Tagovailoa needs to take advantage of a banged-up Bills secondary.
    If there is a weakness in the Bills’ defense, it might just be their secondary. The Bills are banged up and may have lost another starter on Monday night. The good news is that CB Dane Jackson walked out of the hospital on his own last night after contact bent his head backward. There is no guarantee that Jackson will play this week and if he does, it might be surprising.

    Buffalo is without star CB Tre’Davious White who is on IR

    The Bills will start first-round rookie Kaiir Elam on one side and if Jackson can not go, Siran Neal is the next in line for the Bills. Neal has five years of experience but is he going to be able to shut down Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle? It will be a tough task for certain.

    Christian Benford is also on the depth chart, the 5th-round rookie may be needed throughout the game and Miami will need to make the Bills pay for their inexperience in the secondary.

  19. steveccnv says:

    Sorry for double D post

  20. steveccnv says:

    Reading most of the articles leading up to the Bills game sucks, it’s like we can win, if all the players stand on 1 foot for 3 seconds, then each scratches their ass at the same time, but if they…

  21. Wyoming85 says:

    not spam

  22. Wyoming85 says:

    Additions

    • steveccnv says:

      We knew about Micah, would’ve been shocked, if Jackson was playing, but Phillips, who has been killin it, is great news

    • bailbondmike says:

      Phillips being out is big. Is Ed Oliver back? I know he missed Titans game with an injured ankle.

      Of course, the injuries in the secondary are big also. All limit their ability to rotate.

  23. Mike E. says:

    NEW BLOG UP!!!!

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