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10 years ago
ChyrenB
Wow! I did not know that Ghotirule had left. I did not also know about the Thunder-SamSam thing. I know Thunder tends to get upset and expresses his views strongly but he always seems to argue the issue and not the person although he does put the person down for arguing the opposite of the issue. I really have not understood why Thunder is always regarded as being on thin ice. Ghotir
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10 years ago
ChyrenB
Here's the dilemma. Realistically, what other team would want Ginn? I think that Ginn is undergoing a crisis of confidence. The kid had to have the talent to make to this level. I am sure he CAN be all that is expected of him. However, at this point it is mental. Until he overcomes his crisis of confidence and again begins to believe in himself, he will not show himself to be the
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
I criticized Penny two weeks ago and had to eat my words after last week's performance. Unlike some of the board, I thought he did even better this week. I didn't see Henne pick up the slack but maybe this coming week, he will be better knowing his entire NFL future depends on it. Nonetheless, he showed a lot of heart and did not deserve the bad break that the injury brought him. Get
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
(R/J)ay Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You don't win games in the NFL with 9 minute FG > drives. > RESPONSE: Well, you can if you have Bob Griese at quarterback, Jim Kiick, Larry Csonka, Mercury Morris, Paul Warfield, Jim Langer at Center, Bob Kuchenberg and Larry Little at Guards, Wayne Moore at Tackle, Jim Mandich at Tight End, etc........
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
16715. Re: week 4-5
Let's hope that 1) with what we've learned so far 2) the inspiration of playing divisional games 3) Henne realizing that this play will determine his future, not only with the Dolphins but in the NFL forever and 4) Ginn catching the Swine Flu (mild case, mild case, mild case.) Weeks 4 and 5 will be bright and rosy. I'm hanging in there for my Fins, My Boilers, and my Bear
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
I think a lot of it is also coaching strategy. Only late in the game did the coaching staff realize that our most effective defensive pass strategy was blitz, blitz, blitz. But this should have been obvious. What's the worst part of our defense? Our secondary. What are the best parts of their offense, first, the passing game and within that, the passer and his receivers. So let
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
16717. Re: HCH Ginn
10 years ago
ChyrenB
16718. HCH Ginn
I now Christian him HCH Ginn. HCH means "He Covers Himself" Ginn. If you are a defensive team, assign someone to Camarillo, Bess, etc., but no need to assign anyone to cover Ginn, he covers himself. He'll drop the ball even when wide open. Don't believe the announcers who claim that those passes were behind him. He got his hands under and around both balls. HCH Ginn.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Phinsfan2 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ok, on what are you basing you conclusion that > Duper was the "Primary WR" in that offense? > Sure, he was fast but what else? RESPONSE: The fact that like everyone considers Moss the Primary receiver in the NE Offense, the answer is the fact that Marino, the Dolphins and all of the oppone
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
montequi Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Your argument holds no water. You're suggesting > Duper was the better receiver and, consequently, > was double-teamed opening up Clayton. RESPONSE: I'm saying that Duper was regarded as the number 1 receiver, certainly when they both started out, and for a considerable time afterwards. This started wit
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Take care of yourself, A & O. You are in my prayers.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
montequi Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ChyrenB Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > No, Montequi: > > > > If by number 1 receiver, you are referring to > > stats, that's not the discussion, Curt, I, and > > Phins Fan 2 are having. If the two of them > > disagree, then let
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Come on, Phinsfan2, Again, we're not talking about stats. We're talking about who was regarded the "primary receiver." All of the discussion about Ginn above is whether he is a true "no.1" receiver, i.e., the main man, the primary target. Wasn't that the discussion above? As far as Nat Moore and Paul Warfield is concerned, I am giving you a true statement I hear
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
No, Montequi: If by number 1 receiver, you are referring to stats, that's not the discussion, Curt, I, and Phins Fan 2 are having. If the two of them disagree, then let me know. If you look at my post, I say, that Duper was the primary target and that he was so covered that Clayton got the Stats. It kinda reminds me of What Nat Moore used to say. He said that in his first year, he was
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Phinsfan2 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ChyrenB Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > curt Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > He is fast and could make a terrific number > 2 > > > receiver, filling the kind of role
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
curt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He is fast and could make a terrific number 2 > receiver, filling the kind of role that Mark Duper > used to, that catch. > > Curt RESPONSE: Errrr.....Mark Clayton was the number 2 receiver, more of a possession type receiver. Super-DUPER was the number 1 receiver, as you say with blazing speed
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Like I said, my criticism does not go to Ginn alone but to the whole gendre of receivers that we have nowadays. They only catch a PERCENTAGE of the ordinary catchable balls and almost NEVER make the Lynn Swann catch.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Ken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Com'on guys I understand what each of you is > saying so I'm not arguing but Ginn had over ten > catches for over 100 yards in this game...yes, he > dropped the potential game winning catch but he > did his job and did it at a high level. The other > recievers should be taken to task for not doing >
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
16729. I'll man up
After reviewing the tape of the MNF game, I've got to man up and say that the Pennington I saw in that game was nothing like the one I saw against Atlanta. If Chad plays like he played against Indy, there is nothing to prevent our team from going back to the playoffs and winning it all. So, as much as I criticized him against Atlanta, I've got to man up and tip my hat to him this week. T
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Phinfans 2, I taped the game because I had to go to a funeral. I came back and stopped the tape and watched the last five minutes. I reviewed the tape. ONe of my buddies at work thought I would go nuts given the time of possession and the fact that we lost. I was not bothered. I said, "Hey, they (Indy) have one of the best offenses in the NFL." I knew there was an example i
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
RW13 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It > happens to every WR in the league. RESPONSE: As I said above, this has been happening lately in the NFL in general. High paid wide receivers, not failing to make the miracle catches of Lynn Swann, not missing on duplicating the great catches of Jerry Rice, but missing damn simple catches that hit them in
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
This has been happening too much in the NFL in general. Everytime the QB goes back to pass, he is in danger of getting his ass kicked. I came home with 5 minutes left in the game and will see the rest on tape. However, of all of the positions on the field, only one has ONLY ONE job description. Let's go thru them all. The o-linemen, block on passing play, block on running play. Tigh
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
One different ranking is for sure and that is that we have the No. 1 toughest schedule based on strength of schedule than any other team in the NFL. Yes, Jonathan, that means a really number 1 and not a number 1 based on last year being a rookie season.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
We gotta take it one game at a time.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
I'd LOVE to be eating a big, fat meal of Pennington crow next week. I'd love to see him throw 20 touchdowns in that game. If I could get a good performance from him, I will gladly endure all the taunts from the Pennington believers on this board.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Jonathan Twilley Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ChyrenB Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I was there either on this board or the > > miamidolphins.com old chat board screaming and > > crying days in advance to draft Drew Brees. > > > > As I remember (and I could be wrong), we
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
I was there either on this board or the miamidolphins.com old chat board screaming and crying days in advance to draft Drew Brees. As I remember (and I could be wrong), we had not only passed on him in the first round, but could have gotten him with our early draft pick in the second round and we passed on him then also. And, as I remember, it was not like we had a great quarterback at the
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Okay, I can buy that but don't blame it all on the O-Line. At least until you have done my stop watch test.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
RESPONSE: Montequi, there is ONE other person if you read the threads. Just one..... But when do the numbers dictate right or wrong. You'll see for the rest of the season. Last year we had no one else but Pennington is a LOUSY quarterback and should be replaced by HENNE pronto. Even the announcers for this game recognized that the future is with HENNE. I say the future is now.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
ChyrenB
Jonathan Twilley Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 1. First year players are rookies. 2nd year > players are 2nd year players. You have never > heard anything different. You are just wrong. RESPONSE: Here is a reference from an MLB posting. Just because YOU have not heard something, does not make it non-existent. Cardinals first-year player
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