GAMEDAY – Dolphins @ Ravens

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  1. Rockphin says:

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  2. mf13ss says:

    naplesfan2010 says:
    September 21, 2022 at 12:36 pm
    sorry about that.
    As I am sure everyone here would guess from my boring or confusing postings,
    I write books that no one wants to read.

    So, in plain English,
    without the 3 6 9 philosophy,
    the riddle is this:

    Most blog posters on here use pseudonyms, as do I.
    (My real name is not Naples.)
    There is a guy on here who uses a pseudonym
    which ppl think is his (or contains his) real name.

    But it’s not.

    It’s mine.

    One of my hints is that some ppl on here know this.

    He (or she) wishes to remain anonymous, as do I.
    Let’s respect that.

    The riddle is really only for MF13, because of the 3 6 9 thing.
    Now ya have me curious! I’ll tell you this and others who believe it to be Tim: I personally dubbed him “Tim Knight” (cross of “Tim the Enchanter” and “The Knight Who Says Ni”) in order for his name (Tim Knight) to be read by Madden ’11.

    There was no 3-6-9 to it, I just wanted a full name to be spoken aloud! 😀

    Watch it again, my friends!

  3. stangerx says:

    Aaron Judge hit his 60th last night.

  4. pheloniusphish says:

    Miami is going to beat the Bills. Take it to the bank. Miami has more talent.

  5. The Flying Pig says:

    Listen to them describe Hill’s running style 😂😂😂

  6. CavalierKong says:

    well…shit, Howard better play…

    “…cornerback Xavien Howard sat out practice Wednesday because of a groin injury.”

    “Howard was one of five players who did not practice Wednesday, per the initial injury report of the week, along with starting left tackle Terron Armstead (toe), linebacker Melvin Ingram (vet rest), and tight ends Cethan Carter (concussion) and Hunter Long (ankle).”

    • bailbondmike says:

      Both teams have some injuries. Will come down to how much they linger the next couple days.

      If X is out or not 100%, we may have to double cover on Diggs.

      • stangerx says:

        Maybe cause the groin injury was already there, but after the first two games am questioning X’s closing speed. Not his coverage ability, just his speed.

  7. Krishna says:

    “He knows he did some really good things. I think deep down, he wouldn’t say it. But I think there’s also something to the fact that none of his teammates were surprised, which is much more impactful than words,” McDaniel said of Tagovailoa.

    “I think that’s great for him. He deserves it. None of it was given at all. He earned eceeery ounce of that.”

    From USAT0day, this morning’s sports.

    MM’s the best. He’s a natural.

  8. steveccnv says:

    This says it all about MM

  9. son of a son of a shula says:

    I bet X will play Sunday but not Thursday, that will give him 2 weeks to recoup without playing on a short week.
    ( I hope he plays both but we really need him on Sunday)

  10. The Flying Pig says:

    Playing trivia tonight

    Team Name: penguins and cheetahs

  11. steveccnv says:

    Lol, at Tua throwing into virgin tight windows, popping cherries

  12. Tim Knight says:

    Rock, not sure what your comment whatever Tim was about?

  13. Krishna says:

    Read the transcript from Head Coach Mike McDaniel’s press conference on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022.

    Coach McDaniel – September 21 | Press Conference
    (Could you please update us on where you stand at tight end? Any update? Will the four players who worked out for this week be signing? Are TE Cethan Carter and TE Hunter Long healthy this week?) – “That was more you try to get in front of potential situations. We don’t have a situation now. But we’re very close to having one. So instead of – (General Manager) Chris Grier and the staff do a great job of staying in front of that stuff. So you get that done on the front end so should we have any more issues at the position, we know exactly where we want to go. That was the purpose of that whole deal. And right now, we feel good about Hunter and Cethan in terms of the progress that they’ve made.”

    (Is TE Cethan Carter out of concussion protocol?) – “I don’t know when the protocol ends, but he’s still protocoled. And that’s the protocol for me to explain that. (laughter) But he’s doing well and progressing. He was watching walkthrough from a stationary bike, sweating, and that’s always good sign.”

    (You guys have won seven straight at Hard Rock Stadium. When you look at home field advantage, do you think it’s a venue and a location? Or is it the team that plays at that venue and location?) – “I think it’s a little bit of both, for sure. There’s something to be said about the team that’s playing in front of their fans. It takes the human beings to appreciate what the home crowd is doing. And then it takes a home crowd that’s vested and committed. And I think both of those things are occurring, I can tell – obviously I wasn’t here last year, but the feedback that I got from the first game from all the players really, was that they could tell the difference in that there was an added excitement and really energy. And that helps players more than fans can realize. When you bring the juice, football players are normal human beings as well, where they can feel that and it energizes them to push them possibly beyond where they’d otherwise go.”

    (Is it a bit of a cram this week with the Monday night game for the Bills, getting the game plan for today ready?) – “No. If it’s a new coordinator or new head coach, that’s a issue. When you have – I’ve been fortunate to be in the NFL long enough to know exactly – really, for all the way back from the Carolina days. Really, Coach (Leslie) Frazier – they both (Ken Dorsey) have done a great job. And so you kind of understand, like any really good high-level coaches, they have a principality to them, a starting point, and then it’s whether or not they’re doing little nuances within it – points of emphasis. But you guys know that regardless if it works or not, you’re going see outside zone. They’re going to play unbelievable strenuous defense. They’re going to play hard and run to the ball. And they’re going to force you into mistakes because they can get home with their four-man rush. It’s always good to see and you get a different perspective of where they’re at, especially Game Two, but it didn’t really put us behind, just because that defense in general, it’s kind of like you know what it is. That’s what I appreciate so much about it as because they’re not hiding from what they are. They say we’re going to take our guys and line up and we’re going to play the same type of defense against every offensive structure and our guys are really good players that play hard for each other and do something about it is what they kind of do. So, in this circumstance, it wasn’t that big of a deal.”

    (You played against QB Josh Allen in San Francisco in 2020. What was your first impression of him then? How have you seen him grow in the two years since?) – “Well, it goes further than that. I saw his growth in Wyoming. That’s what was really cool was it was an example of young in his career, the guy is a giant with a giant arm. But he had kind of like a stigma about accuracy or something that, I think each year in his college career, he drastically improved. You can tell – which was a big deal to me with him coming out because you learn a lot, not by hearing, but by seeing. And what you could see was a guy diligently working at his craft, who’s however old he is. So fast forward to the league and I think we’ve all been witnesses to he’s steadily become one of the best players in the National Football League. (You could) easily argue he’s the best one. And it’s not because he’s God’s gift. It’s because he’s unbelievably talented. But it’s because you can tell more than that, it’s because he works at his craft. He’s developing every time he’s on the field. He’s a really, really good player that you’ll never, I don’t think, see him stopped necessarily. It’s about minimizing and containing all together.”

    (When you first found out that you’ll have WR Tyreek Hill, and Jaylen Waddle together, was there some kind of vision of what you could scheme up with the two of them? Was last Sunday some validation of that coming to fruition?) – “I don’t think – it’s always kind of difficult. I hadn’t personally been around two players in the same position group of that caliber. I think it’s the, ‘What if you had two?’ It’s an exciting thought. But then more than anything, I tried not to get ahead of myself with any of it. You’re trying to acquire, you’re trying to get your hands on some talented players for our quarterback to throw to as well as to hand it to and etc. But I think it’s important to put stuff in the players’ hands and kind of see how they digest all the stuff, and really to kind of let your offensive scheme evolve. So I wouldn’t say I would envision it. And I probably didn’t allow myself to hope that they would be that productive on a given game. But the best thing about it is I don’t think, if you ask them point blank if they were very happy with the game, I think they were happy with being able to make plays. But there’s a lot of stuff for them to clean up, especially in the first half. So while they were making plays, that’s not the final product of the vision to me. I think the final product is better execution with other things that were not at the point of attack and then offensively it would be everyone – I don’t think you ever want to go that extreme with targets. I think the best your offense can be is when you can distribute the ball. But shoot, I’m not going to argue with hot hands, so I’m also not hard-headed that way. So I think there’s a lot more to see from them for the rest of the course of the season. But they also know that’s on them to develop their game within the offense because I’m pretty sure every other defense also took note and will have a plan to get in front of them as well.”

    (WR Tyreek Hill said after the game it looked like you were playing Madden with your play-calling in the fourth quarter. What is your experience playing Madden as a play-caller, if you have at all?) – “Hmm, I don’t know about all that. I think when players are doing some video game stuff, it can look like it has maybe something to do with me but I don’t think it has anything to do with me. I think that’s players executing plays. I was a college football – I used to love back in college is probably when I last really did it. And I was more into like building the program. For like whatever it was, I’d be like the Colorado Buffaloes and they’d be a historic national championship team, which you can tell is a video game. (laughter) I love the Colorado Buffalos still, but with Madden, I never really – once they started taking it to the next level where you could do multiple buttons for multiple moves and stuff, I’m kind of like a poor sport. So when I can’t dominate, I just tap with stuff like that. My video game prowess isn’t that high, to be honest, and I really haven’t played since I was a couple years ago in college, which is like 20 now. (laughter)”

    (You made some waves with the sunglasses on Sunday.) – “I did?”

    (Yeah, on social media a little bit they were noticed. The watches, the shoes, you seem to have a little bit of swag, so to speak. Where does that come from? How long have you had that going on?) – “If you’ve been to your optometrist lately, you’d know that there’s some – which, I did trying to get contacts here, is they let me know that I had some sun damage on my eyes. And so how do you protect that? You wear sunglasses. Watches are important to tell time. And I like to know what time it is. There’s nothing worse than the boss who is like, ‘What time is it?’ But outside of that – I don’t even think about it, to be honest, which probably gets some judgment here or there. But I think it’s important, when you do have the opportunity to be in a leadership role, to if you’re going to ask people to be honest with themselves and take an honest look at how they approach their stuff, I think it’s important to lead by example. I don’t want people feeling judged about trivial things because I think that’s an opportunity cost. If you’re trying to sit here and guess what I expect you to act like, that seems like the most inefficient process known to man. And when you’re doing that, that opportunity cost, you’re not thinking about what’s important. So I think it’s important from my vantage point to worry about the stuff that I think is important to my job and them and the players and the team. And to be honest, I don’t put that much thought outside of my normal thought. I like shoes, so if I’m like ‘Hey,’ on a given day, ‘that shoe looks cool,’ then I’ll wear that. But yeah, outside of that I was just trying to keep my retinas protected and know what time it is.”

    (I don’t know if you’ve crossed paths with Ken Dorsey at any point in your career. He’s a big name down here obviously winning a title with the Hurricanes. What’s impressive about him as an offensive coordinator?) – “I was in that generation that was very enamored with – I respect really thin ballers. Because if you’re balling in a bunch of chaos, it means you’re kind of fearless. Otherwise, because you’d probably break. So as a player, I loved him. As a coach, he has been very impressive. just because it’s no tall task to replace the guy he replaced. Their offense has had a ton of success. So that is a subconscious burden and you’re interested to see how people react to that. I think what’s been obvious on tape, and I don’t know him personally, but watching the tape is he is not rinse and repeat. He’s not just doing what they’ve done, which I respect and it takes some guts. I think he’s done what they do well and then it’s obvious that he’s locked into what the quarterback likes. But you can also tell he’s working at it because there are different presentations of things and different concepts week in and week out, which is very telling to me. So I respect not only the coaching that he’s doing, but I respect his authenticity for whatever he wants to be because people really didn’t know. And what I do know is if you do anything a little different and it doesn’t work, you leave yourself vulnerable for naysayers. So I really respect the fact that he’s done whatever he’s done for the right reasons, which is obvious on tape.”

    (How about QB Tua Tagovailoa being named the player of the week?) – “Yeah, how about that? Yeah, it’s awesome. It’s a team award to me, but an award that he tremendously deserves because when you’re around the guy and you see him work amongst noise and you see him – who doesn’t appreciate an earned achievement? I think he’s done a great job handling all the stuff that he can control and not worrying about the stuff that he can’t. And I think our entire team felt a little ownership too, because they all have his back. And if as an organization we’d allow it, you’d hear a ton more rants from players because they see him work each and every day. And like I said, whenever I talked to you guys last, I don’t think his teammates were totally surprised. They were just excited.”

    (Stacking it something coaches talk about a lot – stacking good days on good days. What’s the next stack for QB Tua Tagovailoa after a record day?) – “Oh, I mean, it’s using that day in a beneficial manner moving forward. So what that means to me is I mean situations, numbers, all those things I’m not talking about – statistically his rating or any of that stuff. It’s using that game for confidence, understanding how he got there – that was a ton of prep on the game week and harnessing that moment where he – the second pick he threw was the worst that he’s thrown in practice or games for me. And what he did after that, that’s something to hold on to. So I think stacking – it’s impossible. The people are too good. Teams are too good. Coaches are too good. You’re just not going to get better stats week in, week out. It’s bigger than that. It’s how he approaches his position and whether or not – if he feels himself pressing, like he did when he threw that second pick, how fast can you get out of that yourself and utilize that whole experience for confidence moving forward.”

  14. Krishna says:

    Lol…I killed the blog

  15. randydolfan1947 says:

    ALL OF YOU likely are familiar with the NFL Channel’s “Sit Them” category. Roughly translated, it means “don’t bet on the player or team that’s in the “sit them” category for this week. Buffalo’s top running back, Devin Singletary (from dear old FAU) is one of the “Sit Em” category choices for this weekend. A surprising selection for Sunday’s “Sit ’em” category was TUA TAGOVAILOA, who just had the game of his life against the Raven’s Defense! And you wonder why some of Tua’s most vocal supporters are PISSED at some of the NFL scribes???
    Last night I suggested this upcoming game against the Bills would be a great time to put on Miami’s “Throw-Back” uniforms. But I haven’t heard a thing, yet. All I know is that the Fins are nearly unbeatable at home wearing the “Throw-Backs!” –Let’s DO IT!!!!

  16. Tim Knight says:

    Any chance the game against the Bills will be nationally televised?

    • CavalierKong says:

      Here’s the CBS map. Because apparently most of the country wants to watch Chiefs at Colts…

      Kansas City @ Indianapolis Jim Nantz, Tony Romo
      Cincinnati @ NY Jets Ian Eagle, Charles Davis
      Buffalo @ MiamiKevin Harlan, Trent Green
      Houston @ Chicago Andrew Catalon, James Lofton
      Jacksonville @ LA Chargers (LATE) Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta

  17. naplesfan2010 says:

    just ignore Rock’s comments with the word Tim in them.
    He was just goofing on me, not you, for my daft riddle.

  18. Tim Knight says:

    Bills TE Dawson Knox is questionable with a foot injury. He’s a good player.

  19. Tim Knight says:

    People were talking about Jordan Phillips earlier. He’s had a very up and down career. The Bills let him walk to ARZ for 2 years before bringing him back this year. I always liked him but he was very inconsistent.

  20. Krishna says:

    I read an article on the ÑFL logo and its efforts to pander (make money on) to the Hispanic/Latinax community.

    According to one of the hispanic leaders the tilda over the ñ is unique in its usage and meaning in hispanic language. Supposedly the ÑFLs logo with it was not accepted as a reaching out by the NFL, but wreaked of false identification, advertising, and a money grab. There was no consideration of the their culture and language.

    Interesting, I thought.

    • Mike E. says:

      No way, a money grab from the NFL??? Can’t be!!!!! They were all up the ass of Black Lives Matter as well, if you’ve forgotten. They’re in bed with every betting platform but punish players who bet. It’s a joke

    • naplesfan2010 says:

      Not all instances of the letter N in Spanish use the tilde.
      Barcelona does not have a tilde for example.
      Because, or therefore, it is not pronounced “barcelonya.”

      The N of NFL would never use the tilde in Spanish because it is almost impossible to need the tilde for the first letter of any word,
      and indeed the word for National in Spanish would never use it.

      So it’s a cheap trick by the NFL to try to look Spanish, but it is wrong, as any Spanish speaker would know.

      So it IS pandering to put it there, as if to give the merest attention to detail and yet try to gain favor with Hispanics without spending even a tiny bit of effort to understand.

      There are a lot of people who do not understand the tilde in Spanish, and I am not a PhD stage expert, but originally it was either a letter “g” (which is why all N’s with the tilde sound like “nya” to us) or a letter “n” both of which were very small and floating high and thus became just a scribbled wavy thing.

      You can still see the g in French and Italian words such as ligne and castagno.

      Supposedly to save ink and paper, which were both very expensive, the scribes used abbreviations in the Middle Ages much more often than we did until texting, which also needed to save space and characters.

      You may have seen, or even used, if you are old like me, a small floating c in names like McDaniel, sometimes with a dot or a line under the c. This is similar to the tilde’s origins as a floating letter above its spot in the word.

    • steveccnv says:

      They’re trying to be inclusive, by playing identity advertising, but really as Mike said it’s all about money/greed

  21. bailbondmike says:

    This one is kind of long, but you can skip through it.

  22. naplesfan2010 says:

    I’ve decided to stop trying to defend Tua from attacks like the ones in this article.

    But not quite yet.

    My biggest complaint is when he says no one could’ve seen this level of good play coming from Tua.

    Really? Has the writer forgotten “Tank for Tua”?
    You could say that no one saw this level coming from Herbert, maybe.
    There was never
    “Hunker down for Herbert.”


    I think the writer thinks he’s being fair to Tua and factual about Tua’s limitations.

    But he still does not make the connection that Tua’s longer distance throws this year, for example, are because of a better OL and better play by the OL, as well as having a real offensive playbook and coordinator instead of the mess he had to work with last year. Plus a cheetah.

    • steveccnv says:

      There’s several gaffes in the article, but it’s not as bad as some

      Miami has lost nine of its last 10 games to Buffalo (including playoffs)

      Technically correct, but we haven’t played them in the playoffs since Shula

      He didn’t actually say no one could’ve seen this level of good play coming from Tua, he was quoting MM

      • naplesfan2010 says:

        The author wrote
        “What to most of us came as an unexpected performance by Tua Tagovailoa was not surprising, Mike McDaniel said.
        To which she commented:
        “OK, come on. Tagovailoa had never played like that before”

  23. naplesfan2010 says:

    Tua got slimed at practice for being Nickelodeon’s Most Valuable Player.

  24. steveccnv says:

    Great QBs come in all forms, Montana was only 6’2″ and had a weaker arm than Tua, Young was same height as Joe with comparable arm to Tua

    Wilson doesn’t have a big arm, we’ve seen him light up the scoreboard as has Brees

    The bigger you are, the quicker the mobility skills errode. Allen won’t be playing superman for much longer and once he stops being superman his accuracy issues will come back into play

    Tua’s skillset transfers to consistent play year after year

    The way I see it is 6 of 1, half…you just hope there’s a year where everything lines up in your favor at the right time

    Regular season you don’t need the biggest, strongest QB, in the playoffs you don’t either, but it’s more important, since anything but a top performance may send you home on a given week

  25. naplesfan2010 says:

    I know you all have already said this, but at the risk of sounding ridiculous, my favorite play was the long run by Edmunds near the end of the game.

    It’s my favorite because McDaniel had been holding this play back until just the right moment when it would do the most good. There’s the magical SF run game guru.

    And yet, if we need to be a running team, and we will as the season gets into December and the playoffs, we could run that play and ones like it and chew up chunks of yardage and distract the D from paying close attention to Hill and Waddle.

    One more reason I say this team hasn’t even come close to fulfilling its potential yet.

  26. CavalierKong says:

    I just want to see us be competitive, and I’d like to see Tua have a good game, even if it’s in a loss.

    Stafford was 29/41 for 240, 1 TD, 3 INTs, 63 QB rating
    Tanny was 11/20 for 117, 0 TD, 2 INTs, 32.7 QB rating

    If Tua puts up some decent numbers and we’re in this game in the 4th quarter, that is a win in my book. Tua haters will still say he can’t get it done- refusing to add context- screw them, at this stage we just need to show we’ve closed the gap with the Bills.

    This offense is only in it’s 3rd regular season game.

  27. ukfinfan says:

    naplesfan2010 says:
    September 22, 2022 at 8:30 am
    Not all instances of the letter N in Spanish use the tilde.
    Barcelona does not have a tilde for example.
    Because, or therefore, it is not pronounced “barcelonya.”

    The N of NFL would never use the tilde in Spanish because it is almost impossible to need the tilde for the first letter of any word,
    and indeed the word for National in Spanish would never use it.

    So it’s a cheap trick by the NFL to try to look Spanish, but it is wrong, as any Spanish speaker would know.

    So it IS pandering to put it there, as if to give the merest attention to detail and yet try to gain favor with Hispanics without spending even a tiny bit of effort to understand.

    There are a lot of people who do not understand the tilde in Spanish, and I am not a PhD stage expert, but originally it was either a letter “g” (which is why all N’s with the tilde sound like “nya” to us) or a letter “n” both of which were very small and floating high and thus became just a scribbled wavy thing.

    You can still see the g in French and Italian words such as ligne and castagno.

    Supposedly to save ink and paper, which were both very expensive, the scribes used abbreviations in the Middle Ages much more often than we did until texting, which also needed to save space and characters.

    You may have seen, or even used, if you are old like me, a small floating c in names like McDaniel, sometimes with a dot or a line under the c. This is similar to the tilde’s origins as a floating letter above its spot in the word.


    There are also examples of where the n is silent.

    Such as the refs in our game last Sunday. They were “fecking cuts”. Here, the n is not only silent but absent from the written word. We all know where it belongs though!

  28. ukfinfan says:

    Kong – glad you are enjoying the firestick – I forgot to mention all fight PPV events are on there. It leaves me cold, but I know a lot like it. I get free soccer and Dolphins. That’s worth £60 right there. PS Fins are the Sky game again this week – at least someone recognises the importance of the tie! So you can watch with a fraction of the ads.

    • CavalierKong says:

      Nice!! My wife and I love the Sky Sports Broadcast. We’d much rather listen to a British dude talking with a couple of NFL people about the game during commercial breaks than actual commercials, lol.

  29. naplesfan2010 says:

    btw UK
    Much of my ancestry is true Brit, as in Celtic Brit before the Anglo Saxons but also a large dose of Norman from after the conquest, mixed with some Pictish bred in Sutherland and some Gaelic from Connaught.

    • ukfinfan says:

      Nice Naples. I am convinced I have Celtic ancestry – the Isle of Skye is beautiful anyway, but when I visited I felt like I was home. I also have some Viking in me. Love the cold and hate the heat. Why do I follow the Fins when Green Bay is out there?

  30. ukfinfan says:

    Few tweets I bookmarked on my phone and getting round to posting before dinner:

    Right -> left QBs

    I live how short Tua’s memory is

    Remarkable stat

    Some teams gas defences with run game – we do it with the pass game

  31. Wyoming85 says:


  32. ukfinfan says:

    Oh ……. and Tua is quite good in the red zone too.

    If any Tua hater has finished kissing Hulk’s ass, mine is available anytime!

  33. Wyoming85 says:

    I know there was something great about him!
    Excellent middle name!!!!!!! 😉

  34. ukfinfan says:

    Sure this has already been posted but no way are the Bills going to be this generous? Are they?

  35. pheloniusphish says:

    If the OL gives Tua time, Hill and Waddle will get open deep. If Hill and Waddle get open deep, Tua will get them the ball.

    The run game was actually pretty effective against the Ravens. The three big Ravens plays (kickoff, long pass TD, Jackson run) put Miami in catch up mode and took away the run game. The Bills will not be able to overload the box because of Miami’s pass game, yet they won’t be able to double both hill and Waddle because of Miami’s run game….

  36. bailbondmike says:

    Phelon, do they have saltwater crocks down around the keys? Didn’t know they had gators that far down in the keys. The guy and his GF live near NAS Key West and most all his videos are from around that area. Unless he is offshore in his bigger boat spear fishing, then I don’t know where he is at. When he is in the small boat, he is around the NAS area.

    • bailbondmike says:

      I think I remember seeing some on Big Pine Key but can’t remember any other areas.

    • pheloniusphish says:

      Yep. Have a couple of crocs where I live. Gators don’t do well with extended time in the salt – tends to make them go blind. There is a fresh water pond on Big Pine that has some gators. There is a pretty good population of crocs on the NAS. Had to close the runway for a couple hours last year because one wouldn’t move.

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  40. CavalierKong says:

    Great news on X. I’m not worried about Armstead. Everything is lining up for us.

  41. Wyoming85 says:


    • steveccnv says:

      We saw him play vs Ravens, don’t think either long td would’ve stood, if he was healthy

      With that said, we need help on Diggs

  42. Wyoming85 says:

    The difference in 2021 and 2022

  43. naplesfan2010 says:

    At least another week passes for X to rest the groin.

    The Bills have 3 DBs with injuries and two of them are necks, which are hard to ignore if you try to be tough and go anyway. Almost as bad as ribs.

    And the other guy has a sore foot, which should hinder his cutting and driving on the ball.

  44. Wyoming85 says:

    Rename the blog!

  45. Rockphin says:

    BBM, yes there are American Salt Water Crocs along the the SW coast / cape sable and the inland waterways. The gators stop where the water starts to get brackish and the croc don’t go into the fresh water.

    I was back water fishing one time in the mangroves with a buddy and was dyeing to take a shit and didn’t want to hang my ass off of the side of his flats boat so I made him look for a sandy beach to put in on. (hard to find in the mangroves)

    He put in on a beach, I jumped off and RAN up the shore to the tree line and got about 10 steps when 10-15 salties stood up (like doing a pushup) at my approach.

    I came running back down the beach and my buddy was like that was quick and then he saw two of the bigger ones casually strolling down the beach toward the water behind me. “I guess you can hold it after all?”

    I painted the side of his boat with shit 10 minutes later!

  46. CavalierKong says:

    That Warner breakdown on Study Ball was awesome

  47. steveccnv says:

    MM usually doesn’t stretch it, but this total bs

    “We’re matchup-oriented,” McDaniel said. “Within a game, you can adjust plans. Sometimes it can be a look in somebody’s eye. I need to give this guy an opportunity. [Kohou] had that look about him in the second half and we felt we could feature him and he rose to the challenge. It wasn’t anything but that game. I’m not making it bigger than that. It wasn’t a bench situation [for Needham] but more a feature situation [for Kohou]. He did a very good job with his opportunities.”

    Having an undrafted rookie step up, make plays and earn playing time is a great resource at this point in the season, especially when one of the top veteran cornerbacks is out. Against the Buffalo Bills, it seems like Miami could go with either cornerback in this game, and that will depend on how they see the matchup.

    Needham looked like shit, Kohou has been great

    Well see Sunday who starts on the outside

  48. Rockphin says:

    boy that middle of the field between 10-20 yards is really a sweet spot for Tua

  49. Wyoming85 says:

    This bodes well for the fest! 😉

  50. Wyoming85 says:

    Gabe Davis says he’s “100 percent” playing vs. Dolphins.

  51. The Flying Pig says:

    Josh AllOnO sucks!

  52. herdfan says:

    Howie’s List
    Dolphins vs Bills
    🦬 38-27 🐬
    🦍 34-31 🐬
    🐷 37-10 🐬
    🌴 23-20 🐬

  53. Rockphin says:

    Howie’s List
    Dolphins vs Bills
    🦬 38-27 🐬
    🦍 34-31 🐬
    🐷 37-10 🐬
    🌴 23-20 🐬
    🗿 34-27 🦬

  54. Wyoming85 says:

    At least we will be playing in Cincy

  55. bailbondmike says:

    Rock, funny story! lol

  56. son of a son of a shula says:

    We missed the playoffs by a game each of the last two years while losing twice to the bills, Cheetah on the other hand was on the team who knocked them out of the playoffs the last two years. Something gotta give 🤷‍♂️

  57. Rockphin says:

    son of a son of a shula says:
    September 22, 2022 at 6:48 pm
    There’s nothing funny about him shitting all over some guys boat

    Yeah wise guy I bet you think it’s funny that I had to get into the water and wash it off. 🤮

  58. Tim Knight says:

    Now there is the new narrative out there that Tua needs to live up to his numbers in the Ravens game. That’s just silly as it was a historic performance. All we want to see is consistency and growth throughout the offense. There will be tough games this year that aren’t great stat games. But scratch out some wins in those games that weren’t so great. All NFL teams go through this.

    • steveccnv says:

      Tua has planted the seed, they can’t say any longer his arm is too weak to get it done

      He just needs to win and make playoffs, the rest is all bs

      • Tim Knight says:

        Agreed. But then you have guys like the bugged eyed Colin Cowherd who looks like he’s always seeing a ghost, saying Tua did it all against busted coverages. It never ends with some of these guys. LOL

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      Just run “Fuck it” on their broke down safeties all day long 💪

  59. steveccnv says:

    Lol, Fitz with a Minkah Fitz jersey

  60. mf13ss says:

    Tim Knight says:
    September 22, 2022 at 7:33 pm
    Now there is the new narrative out there that Tua needs to live up to his numbers in the Ravens game. That’s just silly as it was a historic performance…
    The media has expertise in narratives and propaganda… therefore, ignore them completely in every aspect of your life… especially in today’s age.

    I don’t know why so many media narratives are anti-Tua, being he’s done nothing wrong. Reminds me of the political media narratives going on today.


    • Tim Knight says:

      It’s not about ignoring it, it’s looking for Dolphins news and seeing it. It’s so novice. We all know that the only thing that matters are the games. That will tell the true story not opinions.

    • randydolfan1947 says:

      Mr. Spikes; Are you old enough to remember some of the media’s lies when Dr. King was touring some of the cities of the Old South in the ’60’s? My favorite was a somewhat drunk reporter accusing Dr. King of being “An admitted THESPIAN!!!”

      • mf13ss says:

        No, I’m not old enough… but I’ve HEARD the stories! And that’s why appreciate folks like YOU… to tell the REAL stories!

        THANK YOU, MR. Campbell!

  61. randydolfan1947 says:

    HERD; I started ahead of you. I asked my wife if I could do a load tonight because my
    early 80’s throwback Dolphins jersey was STILL in the dirty clothes basket (Horror of Horrors!!!). I’ll wear it to work tomorrow, wash it on Saturday, and wear it again for Sunday’s game.

    I’ve done this exact same thing for games 1 and 2 of the season. No need to change horses in the middle of the stream and wear something different, right?

  62. steveccnv says:

    There’s a Fin fan in the dog pound

  63. son of a son of a shula says:

    Tannehill still sucks

  64. The Flying Pig says:

    Me on the subway

  65. manitobafinfan says:

    Tough choice : Steelers/browns or NFLN a replay of Fins/Ravens 🤔

  66. Wyoming85 says:

    Fuck Prime video!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  67. steveccnv says:

    Glad we didn’t waste a 1st on Najee, like what we have

  68. Ken says:

    That is the Brissett we know

  69. son of a son of a shula says:

    Toba, I’m sitting here with eyes on two TVs too, watching Judge and football

  70. Ken says:

    This game will be a bore fest

  71. manitobafinfan says:


  72. manitobafinfan says:

    Looked like a lot of my tee shots last week

  73. Ken says:

    This game will be a return to 3 yards and a cloud of dust football

  74. pheloniusphish says:

    I just want Finkah Fuck Face and his girlfriend Fussy Flo to lose.

  75. manitobafinfan says:

    I’d like to see Pikett

  76. steveccnv says:

    Minkah with the ole on Chubb

  77. son of a son of a shula says:

    If we had Chubb we’d be a lock for the SB, just saying

  78. Ken says:

    Great route Cooper

  79. Wyoming85 says:

    nice catch

  80. son of a son of a shula says:

    Would love to have heard Madden call that razzle dazzle play lol

  81. son of a son of a shula says:

    Good drive Brissett

    • manitobafinfan says:

      He still sux , and was your worst man crush ever 🤡

      • son of a son of a shula says:

        To my defense I always liked him as a bridge QB but then we got Fitz. Bridge then long term backup.
        Incidentally the Browns have what I called for back then, Dobbs is the backup. 😁

  82. steveccnv says:

    I hope they find this prime to be a disaster

  83. Rockphin says:

    Which of these turds should I be rooting for?

    We own the H2H against the Ravens so that will come into play in some way.

  84. Rockphin says:

    We play them both AND the bears this year

  85. son of a son of a shula says:

    Njoku having a huge night

  86. Rockphin says:

    I think the Browns are douches for giving Jerkboy a 230 mil fully guaranteed contract and the other team has an asshole ex coach who cost us a first round pick.

    I have it.

    I am rooting for injuries to both teams, a tie and a huge fight with multiple suspensions…..

  87. Ken says:

    Surprisingly entertaining game

  88. Rockphin says:

    I said week one that I wanted the Dolphins to take first place in the AFC and never look back, then joked about it week two while predicting a loss, now we are still #1 seed and if we win on Sunday will continue to be.

    Getting way ahead but a win the following week will make us odds on favorite 4 straight AFC and two AFCE wins in 4 games…

    But it’s not going to happen so why do I bother to type this?

  89. Ken says:

    Good half until the end and then both teams fizzled

  90. manitobafinfan says:

    1/2 time on rebroadcast Fins Ravens

  91. manitobafinfan says:

    Nice run by Mostert

  92. son of a son of a shula says:

    Najee is what Sammie Smith should have been

  93. Tim Knight says:

    I have to say I’m not that impressed with Najee in the NFL. He’s good but I don’t see special. And I liked him coming out of the draft.

  94. manitobafinfan says:

    Steelers OLine is a shell of what was for years

  95. Ken says:

    Kyle Brandt’s Basement
    “@Tua is playing fantastic right now… You don’t want to see your division rivals winning football games, but I’m proud of him.” – @JoshAllenQB

  96. manitobafinfan says:

    I’m playing both Chubb and Harris against mikeE

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