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16 days ago
dolphan4545
According to SiriusXM NFLNetwork Ch.88, ChyrenB's statement is correct. To me, a damaged hip is bad enough, but if the socket is also damaged (they had a dr. on that had actually seen the x-rays) it sounds as if the problem not only could but probably will re-occur. This doesn't sound like a problem we want to have-certainly not at the price of an early 1st round pick.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
17 days ago
dolphan4545
No. What got us here in the first place was not picking a bonafide franchise QB, regardless of what round we pick him in. It's true that the chances of picking one in the 1st round is twice as high as either the 2nd or the 3rd rounds (they are about the same at around 20%), but it is still a long way from certain, at only 41.3%. This fact means to me that we should be picking a QB every year, in
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
17 days ago
dolphan4545
According to SiriusXM's NFLNetwork Ch.88, Ken is correct. I agree with JC, I like it, too. I think that this is the way the draft should be always. The draftniks, as well as the owners, won't agree with me, but I believe that this is the level of importance that this "event" deserves. Televised, but no crowds- Ch.88 sort of tongue-in-cheek suggested that Roger Goodell could read out the
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
22 days ago
dolphan4545
Guys, this ISN'T the Spanish Flu, and its not 1917.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
22 days ago
dolphan4545
I agree, we have too many needs just now to go trading them away. Yes, a true franchise QB is really worth as much draft capital as is necessary to get him, but not THIS year! Besides, I'm greedy. I WANT Trevor Lawrence, and I think that whatever we have to give up for him next year will be worth it. Give him the talent we developed last year (to everybody's surprise!) and AT LEAST the draft choi
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
25 days ago
dolphan4545
Thanks, man, I appreciate it. Some people love the idea, some look at me out of the corner of their eyes. I have a pretty good idea where you stand.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
25 days ago
dolphan4545
Leroy Keyes drafted by Philadelphia.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
25 days ago
dolphan4545
TCFP, can you see my post? I can't. I only see your last post, nothing before and not my own post. I just seeing a header and an empty field. Any idea what's going on? Oddly enough, I CAN see this one.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
25 days ago
dolphan4545
Omar Kelly's column today is an interesting idea, but I have a feeling that he doesn't mean what I mean- he LOVES Tua. Kelly's column: (deleted so that this post can be read as originally written, though without the link- Kelly's column is all over the internet locally anyway.) My idea- let's move back from 5, get another 1st in next year's draft and use this year's draft to do what we
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
dolphan4545
Seems obvious that he was elected because of what he did in Dallas, certainly not what he did- or, more correctly- didn't do here. I still do not like the guy, and I never will.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
dolphan4545
Agree. Why would any team be interested in the coach that led our defense to historically low numbers? And, why did our new O-coordinator(2019) whom the head coach brought from the Pats get fired after a very bad, but expected, year? This whole thing is making me uneasy.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
dolphan4545
You and me both-as well as many others, both here and all over the AFC East and the rest of the league. Brady's last gasp pick-6 pass to seal the loss was an epic fail. I haven't enjoyed a game so much since..the week before.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
dolphan4545
Well, other than the three votes in the poll by members that didn't feel the need to explain why they voted the way that they did, virtually all the members who posted an opinion pretty much agreed with me. And I agree that #5 is too high to risk on this guy. What I would really like to do is draft Jordan Love with the last #1 that we have this year(if possible) and deal for more ammunition for n
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
2 months ago
dolphan4545
I cannot understand why certain local writers-and some talking heads- are drooling over a college injury-prone, short, left-handed, slow of foot quarterback, with bad ankles and a current hip injury like Tua Taguvailoa. If he is injury prone in college, what is going to happen when he is playing against faster, bigger, more talented players every single week? I'm not a college football guy, so I
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
TreasurecoastPhinsfan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Seattle is Fat at WR. We might have grabbed a > steal here.a standout at the Senior Bowl and > combine running a surprise 4.42. The Dolphins > chose to grab him rather then start Isiah Ford off > the practice squad....that says alot. Well, I guess it does, but what does it say exactly? T
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > And what makes you assume I want to live anywhere > NEAR you? And that goes for you too,Tannehill's > "facing the pillow" boyfriend. ??? Do yourself and, I suspect, the people around you, a favor: get some HELP, its obvious you need it.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
Man, I'm glad that you live on the other coast. You are one strange dude.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
colonel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ken stated: "Did you see Gase? Head buried in his > offensive schemes." > > Yes, I did see it and that behavior describes a > guy who is: > > 1. Hiding from onlookers, > 2. Hoping to find an answer that really isn't > there > > This is a school boy antic. I did this m
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > And I'm a fan because in 1967, I had no pro team > to root for but I left Purdue that year and so did > Bob Griese to come to the Dolphins. Treasure is > only here because of some kinda NEW YAWK hate he > has. Get some new material, you're starting to repeat yourself.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
samsam3738 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 4545 i think you confused between cardinals murray > and tua. I believe tua is like 5 inches taller. > Murray looks like he going to be good. Remember > flutie? Flutie jumped sometimes to make throws lol Flutie was 5'10", Tua at 5'10" is two inches taller than Murray at 5'8".
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
samsam3738 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Tannehills lover or tannehills girlfriend. Same > thing. Careful, Sam, you might feed somebody's fixation.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We have to be careful of mentioning that or > Tannehill's lover will get mad at us. You ARE fixated!
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Did you mean 16 and 0 and then lost the SuperBowl? Obviously.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
Fins72 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > NE losing might've been even sweeter than the > Miami win. If the undefeated season is ever > repeated, I don't want it to be NE doing it. Plus, > I really doubt SF will go undefeated so the > champagne for the 72 Fins players should be > chilling because I think they'll be popping the > cork soon
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
ChyrenB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Psssst, Treasure, FYI, Tannehill is gone, you no > longer have to protect him from competition. ??? What does this have to do with the topic at hand? This post sounds more like your fixation than his.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
samsam3738 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Also this goes to the imbeciles. Tua is 6'1 220 > pounds. > > Lmao You know, I think I actually heard sombody on ESPN say something like this. Kind of makes you wonder about ESPN. Can you say, "exaggeration"? So can they.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
4 months ago
dolphan4545
samsam3738 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This thread is also for the retards that didnt > want to draft deshawn watson or thats ravens qb. No, Sam it's really not.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
5 months ago
dolphan4545
UP YOURS!!!!!!! Who wants an left-handed injury-prone midget QB anyway?
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
5 months ago
dolphan4545
Ok, but just listen to him when we draft defense. He doesn't know much about offense. Just look at his drafts when he was here. We had one of the greatest offenses on the planet when he got here, and a poor defense. When he walked out on us we had a pretty good defense and a poor offense, which has stayed to this day. He drafts defensive guys like JT and Zack, and offensive guys like jj Johnson.
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