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10 years ago
ChyrenB
eesti Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I already explained my position in the other post > but here goes... Running outside was working. Up > the middle was not. > > Even in a typical running play in a standard > formation to run up the middle, the QB is 4 to 5 > yards deep where the exchange is made. If the > play is not execut
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Before you go.....Do the board a favor and again explain to us the merits of your original position about why it made sense to pitchback the ball five yards against the niners when we were leading by only 5 points with 2:45 left in the game and were at the bare edge of his field goal accuracy. Let's return this to being about football.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Hmmmmm! All of a sudden I go from a kid who has yet to experience life to an ole geezer. I guess it does not matter to you which side of the "chronologically challenged" accusation you make. Hold stil and take one position, would you?
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
ghotirule Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > But if you just want to bitch about meaningless > things, then you have something to talk a about. > RESPONSE: It'll be meaningless until they make the very mistake I'm talking about. Berkeley might be right that it will never happen, but it just might.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
ghotirule Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It wasn't a bad call at all. That play had worked > all day, but the guard missed his block. It was a > loss of three, hardly out of FG range. > > Really, do you know what you are talking about? > Most handoffs occur 5 yards behind scrimmage, the > pitch is a yard or two farther. So, if th
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
berkeley223 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > let's play for the win!! > this scenario ain't happening anyway... RESPONSE: Well, if it don't happen, we got nothing to talk about. If it does, we do and we'll see what they do.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Ghotirule, Weren't you one of the "non-simple-minded" persons that kept saying that that field goal risking pitchback five yards was not a bad running play to call against the Niners ahead by only 5 points and with 2:45 left in the game and to say otherwise was just Monday morning qbing? I could have sworn you were.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Monday morning quarterback or making observations in hindsight (eesti?), I want to get this out right now. Most people see the question of who wins the division as being simple, 1) if we WIN, it's us or, 2)if we lose and the Pats win, it's the Pats, or3) if we lose and the Pats lose, it's the Jets. However, provided the scoreboard shows that the Pats have lost and we are in overtime, we sho
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Well for people like eesti, they are gonna accuse you of monday morning quarterbacking. I agree with the call to go for it on 4 and 1 at the 5 yard line with only about 2 minutes and a little change to go. WHAT WAS FREAKING STUPIDDDDDD WAS THE DECISION TO PASS THE DAMN BALL!!!!!!! What in the HELLLLL WERE THEY THINKING? A run has two advantages. Either you make a touchdown or you ge
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Oh course maybe I'm only making a comment in HINDSIGHT (eesti.)
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
and we have such a lack of pressure on the quarterback that he forgets the age old advice of every coach from pee wee to pro that "when the ball is on the ground, don't try to pick it up, fall on it." I point this out to demonstrate the total lack of any pressure we have on the quarterback.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
eesti Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Actually, believe it or not, some people are > capable of forming their own opinions. Just > because all you do it talk about "what we should > have done", "what we did wrong", patting yourself > on the back for being smarter than everyone else > or pretending to pass hindsight of
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
ghotirule Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Only losers are thinking about the scenarios so > that we can lose. > > I don't want to see this team back in. We kick > butt in KC, then take it to the Jest. End of > scenario. RESPONSE: Typical of you. If you don't agree, you put the post down.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Well, eesti, I guess you agree also with the fact that the Buffalo Bills were rigbt to have J.P. Losman back trying to pass when he was sacked and fumbled the ball whereupon Shaun Ellis picked it up and ran in FOR THE WINNING TOUCHDOWN THAT THE JETS WOULD HAVE HAD TO WORK HARD TO OBTAIN AFTER A BILLS PUNT EVEN IF THE BILLS HAD RUN THE BALL AND GOT STUFFED. The problem with Ghotirule's logic is
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Northeast Fin Fan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Well obviously you disagree with those who didn't > like the call. That's fine. Some of us just > think that a FG was very important at that time > (SF was only 5 points behind and had been driving > on us the entire second half) and running a play > that took us out of our kicker's range
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Well, they are going to have to lose another game in order for us to beat them out for a wild card spot if it comes to that because they beat us head to head, Baltimore, that is. So like the earlier guy, I was just grateful for the call, correct or not, and I believe it was not.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
That brings up a second point. Some say that the ball went into the endzone whereupon the receiver bobbled it and then got a firm grasp of it after his momentum had taken his hands containing the ball out of the endzone. According to those persons, he then did the equivalent of the "two feet statute" as he and the ball were falling back into the field of play. I guess Montequi woul
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
There were two other "brilliant" calls by offensive coordinators that cost us and almost cost us. The first that cost us was the genius decision to have J.P. Lousyman attempt to pass while the Bills should have been running down as much of the clock as they could against the Jets. The fumble raises the question of what the hell he was doing passing anyway. An old coach from the 5
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
field goal range on 3rd down? What the hell is the offensive coordinator thinking?
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Amen to the last post.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
montequi Wrote: > > Glad we won, but our pass rush needs help! RESPONSE: Which was what lost us the game against NE. See how ordinary Cassel looked under the Steeler pressure.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
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