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  1. steveccnv says:

    Gonna be interesting who we re-sign on D front 7, Ingram is a must for me, would like to see Flowers back too, and maybe AVG

    • steveccnv says:

      2 in a row on page turn

    • mf13ss says:

      Yeah, man! I’m with ya on Ingram, so long as it’s cap-friendly. He was hot at the beginning of the year, fell off mid-season, then came on relatively strong at the end of the season. His leadership is valuable, IMO.

      He’s no spring chicken any longer, but he’s an asset who can still get it done.

  2. steveccnv says:

    Flores started bad finished good, owned cheats, couldn’t get close to Bills, and players hated him

    MM seems to be streaky, plays Bills tough and players love him

  3. Krishna says:

    Well one news agency (Sportsnaut) suggests last 4 games D were worse….just saying. Perhaps there’s a better source. Just another note, the last 4 games, except Bills, were against inferior teams…

    Miami Dolphins defense (Weeks 10-13): 196.3 pass ypg allowed, 82.3 QB rating, 12 sacks, 89.7 rush ypg allowed, 3.7 ypc, 34.1% third-down conversion rate.
    Miami Dolphins defense (Week 14-17): 260.3 pass ypg allowed, 100.2 QB rating, 8-1 TD-INT, 96.8 rush ypg allowed, 40.7% third-down conversion rate.

  4. mf13ss says:

    BB Mike,

    Hey, Bro… football and music are my great escapes in this crazy world we live in. I stay up on politics 24/7, but there are times I’ve got to shut it off/down before I go loco en la cabeza: I damn near flipped out at work the other day after politics were brought up, and that’s not like me in the least.

    I was wondering if you play any musical instruments. It’s never too late to pick one up, learn it somewhat, and allow your mind to wander as you play it… it’s cathartic, truly.

    And of course, we’ve got a LOT OF WORK TO DO figuring out this ’23 Draft class! I find that to be rather cathartic as well… keeping my mind focused on something I’m most passionate about and think I’m at least ‘fairly’ decent at? LOL 😉

    Keep your head up, my guy… we’ve got you (your 6)!

  5. steveccnv says:

    3 Bengal dumbasses running behind the fumble recoverer celebrating, like Wilkins does instead of blocking, Andrews almost ran him down, one Bengal pushed Andrews in back, could’ve been called

  6. New Age says:

    Good game by the team. Lots of mistakes by the O and McD. McD is terrible at time management, and I hope he gets better next year. We were so close yet again and hopefully Tua comes back with a passion to prove the doubters wrong…because they will be back.

    Not a bad way to end the season but we were so close all year to being a good team…and I still think we aren’t. So many areas need improvement, but I think the top one is coaching. The penalties, game management, and game plans must be better next year if we expect to be back.

  7. Ken says:

    Talk about clock mismanagement wtf are the Ravens doing?

    • Brian in NY says:

      No shit

    • steveccnv says:

      They didn’t want to leave any time left for Cin, if Ravens had scored, then holding occurred and messed it up, but I agree retarded

      Harbaugh is very unconventional and arrogant, he tries to do things his way

      • Ken says:

        When you are behind you can’t play like that. You gotta get the points and by doing that they deprived themselves of being able to run

      • steveccnv says:

        Like I mentioned retarded, but that’s Harbaugh at times, not the first time one of his whackjob decisions helped eliminate them

  8. Brian in NY says:

    With all the game mismanagement, it just dawned on me how big that FG at the end of the second half was. We gave three points back in about 30 seconds.

  9. steveccnv says:

    Biggest play of the game, they allowed Cin to block in the back on Fumble return, but officiating crew doesn’t influence games

  10. CavalierKong says:

    We only gave up 80 points in weeks 14-17 compared to 88 in weeks 10-13. Obviously 80 is better than 88. I’ll take scoring as the first metric when considering how to rank a defense.

    Browns and Texans were in the week 10-13 group, and we only gave up 17 and 15 respectively to those teams. I didn’t add those games to the list of of good defensive games. Glad that was pointed out. That brings the total number of good defensive games up.

    • CavalierKong says:

      168 points over the last 8 games is an average of 21 points a game which is top half of the league in defense overall. I hadn’t done a dive into the numbers and didn’t realize our numbers were that decent 2nd half of the season even with all the secondary injuries.

  11. CavalierKong says:

    I would give Boyer another year, but I won’t be sad or call the team out if they let him go. I’d be totally fine if we signed a guy like Fangio.

  12. Brian in NY says:

    I meant the first half above

  13. Wyoming85 says:

  14. Krishna says:

    Did anyone notice Romo was a Bills’ ball licker on the broadcast yesterday for the entire game….really pissed me off….and thought he was much better at being neutral and giving insight…

    …I thought his “insight” on Bills 1st possession of 2nd half about ‘now Allen will blow up the Dolphins and take over,’ led to crushing blow by Rowe and a Sieler TD….


  15. Mike E. says:

    I’ve been thinking. It doesn’t really mean much that the Dolphins have said Tua is our QB next season. Things could change so easily, medical professionals could tell Tua not to play anymore, Tua may decide on his own he doesn’t want to play. I’m not hoping for any of that, just saying how easily things could change.

  16. Rockphin says:

    well that was disappointing. The effed up part is the Dolphins did about as well record wise as I anticipated and did better by getting into the playoffs than I thought they would. I was very upset with the WR’s dropping perfectly thrown passes yesterday.

  17. Brian in NY says:

    The offense played well at times yesterday, but they weren’t in sync most of the game.

  18. Rockphin says:

    Krishna, yeah, I found the commentators to be too “Pro-bills” in their comments and the excitement they showed in good Bills plays while they showed “concern” for Pro-Dolphins” plays. It was annoying as hell.

  19. Wyoming85 says:

    Every Miami Dolphins free agent for the 2023 off-season

    Teddy Bridgewater


    Raheem Mostert
    Jeff Wilson Jr.
    Salvon Ahmed
    Myles Gaskin


    Trent Sherfield
    River Cracraft


    Mike Gesicki
    Adam Shaheen


    Eric Fisher
    Greg Little
    Brandon Shell
    Geron Christian
    Michael Deiter


    Trey Flowers
    John Jenkins


    Melvin Ingram
    Duke Riley
    Elandon Roberts
    Sam Eguavoen
    Andrew Van Ginkel


    Eric Rowe
    Nik Needham
    Clayton Fejedelem
    Justin Bethel
    Elijah Campbell
    I’d keep
    Raheem Mostert
    Jeff Wilson Jr.
    Brandon Shell
    John Jenkins
    Melvin Ingram
    Duke Riley
    Andrew Van Ginkel
    Eric Rowe
    Nik Needham

    Maybe a couple more if they come cheep
    Clayton Fejedelem
    Justin Bethel
    Elijah Campbell
    Salvon Ahmed
    Myles Gaskin
    Trent Sherfield
    River Cracraft

  20. CavalierKong says:

    lol, Krishna. Romo truly was a Bills ball licker yesterday. Like you said, it was all freakin’ game. I couldn’t believe on our last drive he said something along the lines of ‘the Bills season can’t end this way.’

  21. Ken says:

    My feelings on Skylar summed up:

  22. CavalierKong says:

    Going to be interesting to see what happens with Lamar Jackson and the Ravens. Will the Ravens blink first and give him the 5 years guaranteed he wants? Do they franchise him this year? Let him walk?

  23. Brian in NY says:


    Per your list, what about Gesicki? I think maybe over the last three weeks they figured out how to use him. If that route up the seam doesn’t get deflected that may go for a TD and put us up 31-20. At the very least, we have to tag him and trade him. Can’t let a second round pick walk for nothing.

  24. Ken says:

    No surprise CJ Stroud just declared himself for the draft

  25. Ken says:

    If Lamar walks where does he go? Jets? Saints? Panthers?

  26. Ken says:

    QB offseason: I presume the Giants resign Jones. I believe the Seahawks resign Geno but Seahawks do have a high draft pick so there’s a chance Geno is not back. I believe Purdy has made Jimmy G expendable in SF. Lamar is possibly on the move as well

  27. bailbondmike says:

    OMG, this dude summed up our blog from yesterday. LMAO!

  28. Wyoming85 says:

  29. Ken says:

    My hope is Lamar, Geno and drafted QBs force Jimmy G’s options to back up positions. He would be the ideal backup in Miami imo.

  30. Brian in NY says:

    The dolphins would’ve won if Mike McDaniel wasn’t high off a vape pen causing delay of game flags getting the calls in

  31. Rockphin says:

    Brian in NY says:
    January 16, 2023 at 11:39 am
    He’s not walking. They will do a tag and trade .


    Except, you cannot just tag and trade someone. He MUST sign the tag which he doesn’t have to do. He will have input into where they trade him at a minimum.

  32. Rockphin says:

    That youtube vid up the page nailed it LOL.

    What is happening?


  33. Rhino says:

    BBM, that Fins/Bills fans reaction video was a riot!!!

  34. Rockphin says:

    I am still waiting to see what the leagues punishment will be to Tom Brady WHO FUCKING TAMPERED WITH THE MIAMI DOLPHINS!!!


  35. CavalierKong says:

    LOL, this is a tweet from the wife of Bills player, Morse, who was the one who got into it with Wilkins defending Josh Allen from a legal block.

  36. Rockphin says:

    We have NO NONE ZIP NADA running backs signed for this coming season. Worse we only have 38 players under contract and are already 10M over the projected cap. IF we pay MINIMUM to the rest of the players we need to make up the 53 we would be 23m over the cap.

    Grier fucking it up good. He will push 10’s of millions down the road by restructuring our biggest contracts, but shit that doesn’t help us two years from now when the cap hit comes back to hit us again!

  37. CavalierKong says:

    I keep reading headlines about the horrible clock management by Harbaugh in the Ravens game. I missed the end of the game, so I missed what happened.

    • Ken says:

      After 2 minute warning they huddled up a couple of times despite being at or around the 45 and still needed a TD to tie. It was pure stupidity

      • CavalierKong says:

        Cheers, I was too lazy (or perhpas didn’t care enough) to actually read any of the articles to find out what he did, lol.

  38. Wyoming85 says:

    noy spam

  39. Rockphin says:

    Howard, one of the league’s best cornerbacks from 2017 through 2021, allowed a 121.1 passer rating in his coverage area this season — second worst among players targeted at least 60 times.

    Next season is a step back season, the following, reset again. New GM, new coach, etc, etc.

  40. naplesfan2010 says:

    I am very encouraged by the Bills game, even if it was a loss.
    I believe we have a lot of talent on this team and a very good mindset.
    I think McDaniel is a great young coach to build a team.

    I think all of your comments were spot on;
    even when two of you disagreed, I thought both of you were correct.

    I do think our HC needs to fix the delay on play calls getting in.
    I think he will.

  41. Rockphin says:

    I fell ya kid.

  42. Brian in NY says:


    I hear you, but he will eventually sign if they tag him. He’s not going to sit out a year. He’ll sign it with the intention of being traded if it comes to that

  43. mf13ss says:

    A lil’ something to cheer us up today…

    Tyreek Hill Top Plays of the 2022 Season

  44. Rockphin says:

    I wonder if Mathew Stafford will retire this off-season….

  45. mf13ss says:

    Before too much longer, we will be faced with the decision of exercising our 5th-year options on Tua, Austin Jackson, and Iggy.

    Barring a sudden retirement, Tua is a no-brainer: a 5th-year option. As for Jackson, I’d say no. As for Iggy, I’d say HELL NO!

    Sufficed to say — and after 3 years now — Jackson and Iggy are likely Draft busts. Seems we managed to squander two 1st round picks in 2020, at least IMO. Cutting them and their 1st round contracts will save us some $$$ in 2023.

    • mf13ss says:

      I think it really sucks that Iggy hasn’t panned out, as he was supposed to be the heir to either X or Byron with their very hefty contracts.

      X has regressed (remember he’s got bad knees to begin with) and who knows what will happen with Byron after a ‘no-show’ this past season.

  46. mf13ss says:

    Speaking of Draft busts, Hunter Long has 1 mere catch for us in 2 seasons (0 this past season). And no, he’s not a superior blocker, either.

    • mf13ss says:

      And speaking of superior blockers, both Trent Sherfield and River Cracraft are GREAT at blocking, helping to spring Da’ Cheetah and Da’ Penguin.

  47. Wyoming85 says:

    not spam maybe

  48. mf13ss says:

    2 GUYS I had my eyes upon in this past Draft in the later rounds I wish we’d drafted…

    — RB Tyler Allgeier (R5, 151 overall)
    — LB Malcolm Rodriguez (R6, 188 overall)

  49. mf13ss says:

    Sorry for the random posts, I’m just conducting an autopsy on our ’22 season and trying to figure the pros and the cons, the $$$ (cap), and providing for the future. I’ll check on one matter and sometimes find something completely unrelated.

  50. mf13ss says:

    Regarding the ’23 NFL Draft, I’ve gotta think CB and TE are at the top of our priority list, in no particular order. Can’t see us making any big splash FA signings due to our cap situation.

  51. Wyoming85 says:

    GM Chris Grier and HC Mike McDaniel end of season press conference thread starts here
    2:30 PM · Jan 16, 2023

    Byron did everything he could to try and play, Grier says of the MIA CB.

    “Tua is our QB.” — Chris Grier.

    Says they full expect him back next year ready to go.

    Chris Grier tells a story about a player working out on the field, in the dark at 6:45 last week. They couldn’t figure out who it was… turned out it was Christian Wilkins.

    Grier says it was a successful season, but not satisfied. Says he was proud of the way the team competed in a tough environment yesterday against a team that has that playoff experience.

    Austin Jackson and Liam Eichenberg are part of the plan, Grier says. He mentioned Jackson was a guy they were talking about all summer before the unfortunate injury.

    He also mentions it’ll be the first time for a lot of these guys playing in the same offense for 2 years straight

    I think you wind up living with regret if you make any decisions emotionally. — McDaniel on decisions regarding staff evaluation. Says just 24 hours ago they had a lead in a playoff game; those next steps are a process.

    Grier says per their doctors and the NFL appointed doctors that have communicated with them that Tua is not any-more susceptible to concussions than anybody else.

    Grier also tells us that Tua’s helmet this season is one of the top-rated helmets from a helmet safety standpoint.

    McDaniel says, like a QB who hasn’t worked on sliding before, they do intend to work with Tua in the way he falls to the ground.

    McDaniel on the defense — they found their best in a place of adversity. He said he’s very proud of the way the defense finished the season.

  52. Rockphin says:

    The hole thing about “playoff experience” is bullshit in my opinion. The game is played the exact same way. Being in the playoffs doesn’t change it at all. Every game is one and done if you look at it one game at a time

    “At least they got playoff experience” there is no benefit in my opinion.

  53. Rockphin says:


  54. bailbondmike says:

    I wish Tindall had climbed his way up. My fear is he lacks the instinct to progress into a fulltime starter. I know he was just a rookie, but.

  55. bailbondmike says:

    We may not have to replace certain FA LB’s. I would like to see Riley back though.

  56. Wyoming85 says:

    not spam

  57. stangerx says:

    The whole offense with Tua in there is just different. On most plays he has a designated first read that he throws to if it is there with his quick release. And he’s not throwing to a player…. he’s throwing to a spot. The guy who is supposed to catch it hasn’t even made his break yet when he releases on everything but a go route.

    If the coverage isn’t right for it, he reqroups and goes through his other reads and finds someone open if he can.

    Bridgewater and Skylar just look for the open guy. Makes a world of difference and even with full time with the first team the other two couldn’t do it like Tua does.

    Yeah I’m saying Tua is critical to this offense. Bring in another QB and chances are you need a different O scheme.

    • mf13ss says:

      I agree with ya, Stanger.

      • stangerx says:

        Do you remember when Tua was going all OCD about getting the precise length of his drop backs right? That is why. His throws weren’t to a guy he could see….. had to be the exact right distance.

  58. bailbondmike says:

    M13, Thinking 2nd or 3rd round CB’s. Garrett Williams is not a ballhawk but I like the way he plays and tackles well.

  59. Wyoming85 says:

  60. bailbondmike says:

    I have to be a homer on this guy. Illinois CB Devon Witherspoon from PENSACOLA, FL. Kid can lay the wood!

  61. mf13ss says:

    stangerx says:
    January 16, 2023 at 5:01 pm
    Do you remember when Tua was going all OCD about getting the precise length of his drop backs right? That is why. His throws weren’t to a guy he could see….. had to be the exact right distance.
    I do. A lot of that is based on our Offensive system (WCO), coupled with Tua’s traits. You are correct!

    • mf13ss says:

      Timing may be the biggest staple of the WCO.

    • stangerx says:

      And if the timing of that complex Tua watch is off — bad things happen. We saw that against the Chargers and Niners. No concussion stuff in those games.

      • mf13ss says:

        Yes and no. What I mean is that both teams (Chargers and Niners) chose to clog the middle of the field passing lanes, which was Tua’s bread-n-butter.

        I don’t believe it was a timing issue, rather a strategic adjustment to take Tua’s cake away.

      • stangerx says:

        I’m gonna go with clogging the middle of the field took away those timing patterns to the middle of the field. After that Tua had to figure it out for himself. I’m sure you know what his stats were like for those games.

      • steveccnv says:

        I’d say both of you are correct, timing and taking away bread and butter

        We bitch about MM not making in game adjustments, well Tua needs to figure out his own in game adjustments

  62. Krishna says:

    Susceptible to concussions v body’s secondary, tertiary, multiplying responses to multiple concussions….

    ….in my mind, this is the real issue from a health care perspective…

    ….this is an “innate” function of the human body…

  63. Krishna says:

    To Grier, if Tua is your plan, what is your backup plan?

  64. Krishna says:

    To MM, you’re going teach him to slide? Ok

  65. Krishna says:

    To MM, if Boyer is back to “build” on what he did last year, so be it…with a healthy unit, you better be a top 10 D next year, no fucking excuses….lol

  66. Krishna says:

    To Grier, so you’re not going to fix the OL, MM will teach Tua to slide…lol

  67. steveccnv says:

    Just heard something new from a QB running out of play clock, so Brady says hurry, hurry, that they all say to signify time is running out, then he says go and ball was snapped just in time

    Different than go, go Tannehill used to say

  68. steveccnv says:

    Response to Stanger above on Tua hitting his first read, even before they break

    This offense was designed for Tua, Skylar and Betty don’t have that skill, it was similar to Tua rookie year playing in O designed for Fitz

  69. steveccnv says:

    Absolutely retarded clock management by Tampa, with a little under 2 minutes left in half TB calls TO to stop the clock after a Dallas short gain around midfield…Dallas got a td on the drive aided some by that TO

    MM likes to call those arrogant TOs, as if Fins are going to get them to punt, but even if you do you’ll get ball back on your about 10 with 1.5 minutes left and no TOs

  70. CavalierKong says:

    Cowboys have 3 TDs and only 18 points?

    Just tuned in and I had to look that up. Cowboys kicker is 0-3 on extra points…at home…in a dome…lol

  71. steveccnv says:

    I predict Brady goes to a new team next year and it turns into Russell Wilson in Denver, so media will pick that team to win their division, but they’ll finish last, then he retires

  72. randydolfan1947 says:

    FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY, FAU’s mens basketball team was ranked #24 in today’s poll that was released earlier in the day. But on tonight’s docket was an FAU away game at Western Kentucky, where their luck has seldom been good. FAU’s Russian Center, all 7 feet of him, was dwarfed by the Hilltoppers’ 7′ 5″ giant — a truly imposing figure!!

    No problem. The Owls pulled away in the second half and cruised to a 76-62 win, and they made it look easy. The game was televised live on ESPNU. It was FAU’s 17th consecutive win and, like most of the others, it was decided by double figures.

    FAU has never won a game in March Madness. They lost a nail biter to Alabama in 2002 in their only appearance. This team, however, is MUCH BETTER than that team that lost to the Crimson Tide. They have speed, rebounding, and balanced scoring. And they have a much better head coach in young Rusty May, a former assistant at Florida. So I’ll be disappointed if they don’t win at least one game in this year’s NCAA Tournament.

    Orlando will be one of the sites for the opening rounds of March Madness. If the Owls are assigned that regional, I WILL BE THERE!!

  73. steveccnv says:

    Brady SUCKS tonight, yet Suzie Kolber and the rest of the ESPN idiots still think he can do it ( at half)

  74. New Age says:

    This kicker may have ended his career tonight.

  75. steveccnv says:

    This game has the makings of Brady’s last game

  76. Wyoming85 says:

  77. Wyoming85 says:

  78. Krishna says:

    Why would the GOAT QB (arguably) give up his wife, family, and home with all that wealth to play another season after he promised his wife and everyone he was quitting?

    To become the GOAT at fucking up?


    • Mike E. says:

      You would hope as a Dolphins fan that this Brady to Miami shit would end right here, and that’s all I care about.

      • Krishna says:

        I never want to see him here….lol. That would be the ultimate “loser” mentality, in my mind.

        You play to beat your competition, not get in bed with them….lol.

  79. Wyoming85 says:

    MR Ball Hawk

  80. pheloniusphish says:

    If Brady had been our back up, we would be playing next weekend.

    • Mike E. says:

      So if Brady is willing to come here and allow Tua to be the starter, and be his backup, I’d have no problem with that. I can’t tolerate Brady being the starter with a healthy Tua

    • steveccnv says:

      I’m sure that would’ve gone over real well with him. Tom we’ve got a great deal for you, how about you sign with the Fins in 2022 for 5M to be our backup QB

  81. Krishna says:

    If Tua wasn’t concussed, we would be playing next weekend….

    If we had won more than one game in the last 6….


  82. Krishna says:

    We have 40% of an O line….

    IF, we even had 60% we may be playing next week…

    IF, we had 80% O line we may be going further…

    IF, we had 100% O line we may be super bowl bound…

  83. steveccnv says:

    I’m thinking we’re playing 2 tough divisions in 2023 AFC West and NFC East

    Let’s see how the schedule makers bend us over

    At LAC on Sunday night, then the Chiefs the following week on Thursday night for starters

  84. bailbondmike says:

    Wyoming85 says:
    January 17, 2023 at 8:55 am
    MR Ball Hawk
    Absolutely would love to have Forbes!!! I posted about him back in mid-season to let M13 know about him. Not just a BALLHAWK but a very good shutdown boundary corner.

    Unfortunately, I think he played his way into the 1st round of the draft. If he is there in the second round, I may even trade up to get him. He may fall depending on his 40 time. It was said he is not that fast. I still think he runs in the 4.4’s and not close to 4.5 that has been reported. He has great body control and quick acceleration that helps him close on the ball and make up for any lack of speed to go along with good instincts. He is dangerous with the ball in his hands and can also return kicks.

    My hope is that many CB’s declare for the draft early. This draft class has the potential to be VERY good depending on who declares to come out early.

    Thanks for bringing him up again. I think CB should be our main target in the 2nd and TE and ILB in 3rd. The last 2 picks find some good depth.

  85. bailbondmike says:

    Yes, Forbes is a certified BALLHAWK, 14 INT’s with 6 pick six in 3 seasons.

  86. Wyoming85 says:

  87. Wyoming85 says:

  88. Wyoming85 says:

    I didn’t pay any attention to College ball this year!

  89. Wyoming85 says:

    There goes Murry!

  90. The Flying Pig says:

  91. mf13ss says:

    bailbondmike says:
    January 17, 2023 at 10:12 am

    …My hope is that many CB’s declare for the draft early. This draft class has the potential to be VERY good depending on who declares to come out early…
    Yesterday was the deadline to declare for the 2023 NFL Draft. I’m with ya, this class has great potential for CBs!

  92. mf13ss says:

    Emmanuel Forbes

    Cons: Excessive bathroom breaks during practice sessions, prolific bedwetter in the offseason, and excessively talks about his gramma. Led the Mississippi Penal League in dehydration timeouts and sharts over the course of their 6-game season back in May ’22 .

    Sounds like he should be available when we select in the 2nd round… 😉

  93. bailbondmike says:

    Wyoming, UGA TE Darnell Washington has been mainly a blocker. Dude is massive at 6’7 270 but holds his weight and runs well. This was his best year receiving. I think he may be a little underrated in the receiving are because he had to compete with 2 other really good TE’s at UGA.

    Only knock I have heard is that he struggles blocking smaller quick DB’s due to his size but fares well vs DE’s and OLB/Edge players.

  94. bailbondmike says:

    Almost took Tenn OT Darnell Wright at #51. I like this though. ILB Campbell is 6’4 246 and also good in coverage. Has 5 INT’s.

    51. Emmanuel Forbes CB Mississippi State
    77. Jack Campbell ILB Iowa
    84. Jordan Morgan OT Arizona
    164. Payne Durham TE Purdue
    216. DeWayne McBride RB UAB

    I think TE Durham, 6’5 255, is under the radar. Nothing special about him and he is going to give you the same 40 time as Smythe. He is just an all-round good TE who can be hard to bring down. Last 2 seasons as a starter he has 101 rec for over 1000 yards and 14 TD’s.

    Kind of reminds me of one of those Mark Bavaro types.

  95. Wyoming85 says:

    • stangerx says:

      Chiefs, Bolts, Eagles, Ravens plus the standard Bills, Pats and Jets away. Even the Wash football team finished at 500. Pretty much every road trip will be a tough one.

  96. stangerx says:

    “From what our doctors and the consultants we’ve talked to through the NFLPA, that is not a true statement. So for us, I don’t think he’s any more prone than anyone else. … From everything we’ve been told that is not a concern.”

    — Chris Grier after being asked about research that shows when you have multiple concussions you might be susceptible to more.

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