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7 months ago
colonel
Watching Trevor Lawrence last evening against ND convinces me that he is going to be better than Tua, Burrows, Herbert and Mahomes. The only problem is he will go to the Jets...and that team will ruin him. Not sure I agree with Tua being mediocre, I am giving him the benefit of the doubt coming off a serious injury and not having a pre-season to mature a bit more. Time will tell though. R
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
A Big Win for a team struggling offensively. Lots of players today stepped it up particularly in the 2nd half. Kudos to all for the hard play and the persistence to keep hitting hard. Really like Roberts. He hits hard and is around the ball. Trick punt play was almost perfect. Disappointed that it was nullified. Blocking was quite effective today and Ahmed saw holes and went over 10
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
Newton pass to Meyers caught and Howard punches the ball out and is recovered by Dolphins (Roberts). Another great team defensive play. This follows our scoring drive. Momentum now in our favor. Go Dolphins!
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
Half time. Tua is perplexed. He has had some opportunity to run the ball when the receivers were not open and scrambled to no avail. Second guessing him, he should of run a bit to keep the Patriots wondering. They have Tua stymied. The Patriots are also struggling and the Dolphins defense is hanging tough so far. Losing an apparent Cam Newton fumble and defense TD, really killed possible mom
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
I've hesitated to post, wanted to watch more of our offense. Tua is a bit baffled. He drove the team well and threw an errant pass near the goal line that was intercepted. His follow up possession is marked with mistakes and some indecision. I hope he settles down.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
The word that comes to mind is "transition." The Brady era in NE has run its course and every Dolphins and Buffalo fan knows this fact. It was a miraculous run for NE. No one can argue successfully to the contrary. With Brady's departure and the growth of Buffalo at all positions, the transition away from NE being dominant is over. Two teams will vie for the top slot in the division
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
The Patriots play the Dolphins at 1 pm on Sunday. Both teams are suffering from injuries or illness that is limiting their ability to field the best players. The team with the most heart, IMO, is the Dolphins. They have shown real enthusiasm and grit game after game despite who was taking the field; they have an attitude edge over the Patriots that could make a difference in the final score.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
MNF game between the Ravens and Browns kept me awake. Both quarterbacks are terrific in the way they play. The game could of gone either way. It was exciting to say the least. Lamar Jackson relied on his running ability for most of the game and scrambling like he did allowed the final scoring drive to clinch the victory for the Ravens. The Ravens are no longer the defensive team of years p
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
Tua, given time and based on the play book and caliber of his teammates, will develop his own NFL football characteristics. The young fellow shows great promise. He'll grow just like the number of Dolphins' wins and fans in the stadium. Josh Allen seems to be on the right track for Buffalo. It HAS taken time for him to blossom and it seems too coincide with his supporting cast. The team is
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
This message is directed at SamSam-- Samsam, you apologized to me and Treasure Coast a month ago and now you are once again trolling for a reaction by calling up your favorite topic, Tannehill. Apparently your apology was meaningless or you have a short memory. Well, you have gotten a reaction to calling Tannehill a wet firecracker--me. He is playing on another team and is no longer a Dolphin
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
My thoughts: The Dolphins are going places! They fought very hard, never quit, pushed to get more and came up short. Very pleased with the team and Xavien Howard who intercepted another pass which re-motivated the offense in the second half. The offense is weakened because of all the injuries, yet they scored despite themselves. When the team has a full complement of players this team will b
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
It's half time. Chiefs lead us by 4, 14-10. The Defense is playing quite well, however, I sense the offense won't be able to stay with the Chiefs. While Gesicki is good, Parker is now hurt and may be out of the game or playing injured and unable to play well. We don't have a running game so the passing game is limited, really limited. It's been a fun game to watch so far. I hope the Chief
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
Another errant pass picked off. Rowe Defense playing smart. Go Dolphins!
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
Defense is playing tough. "Hands Up" Van Ginkle Tua to Gesicki--kick--7 points. Terrific.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
Perhaps this game will be the biggest test for the defense. Offensively, the Chiefs are very explosive. Mahomes is in a category all by himself in my opinion. Moreover, his work at QB seems effortlessly. He is amazing to watch. His "star" shines brightly for sure, yet the rest of the Chiefs are terrific too. The whole team shines and it shows it with just one loss this season. I am
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
Can't have a great building without a strong foundation. In football terms, this area has to be both the offensive and defensive lines. Reinforcing that foundation is required because teams have be on the look out for better talent to either replace a man or men and or adding strength to an already good foundation. No team can overlook talented players at other positions important to
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
I watched most of the Buffalo game and thought, Allen is really good, quite accurate, good strong arm. I too saw his receivers getting plenty of daylight to catch the ball. Beasley, was like a magnet and was covered pretty well and Allen's passes were right there for him to catch. Accuracy and timing paid off there, IMO. Overall, Buffalo is a very good team. Not 100% on this thought, but pass
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
I enjoy watching a competitive game that is mostly penalty free. Sure, sometimes the officiating crew is inconsistent and penalties are called for the slightest infractions...but overall, a good clean game means both teams are well trained, disciplined, and probably competitive with one another. As we all know Shula's teams were often the least penalized team in the league. The defense is pl
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
What was a messy, sloppy game, turned into a game with 5 ejections for various penalties. The second big hit on Grant while trying to field a kicked ball resulted in a nasty brawl on the field. Tempers flared and they should have because of the nasty hit by #80. Grant never had a chance to field the kick, not just once, but twice before being leveled by #80. He should have been ejected. He ma
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
Post half time drive for a TD. Good plays and well executed.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
I guess I am the only one here today. What a messy, injury laden game thus far. Howard ejected for punching the Bengals receiver (Bond). Talented but foolish player. Howard needs to be smarter. Hope Flores reams him out. Score is Bengals 7, Dolphins 6 at the half. Ugh!
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
injuries are mounting and substitutes are having a tough time. Howard's 8th interception is inspiring though and there's hope we can mount some offense soon. Bengals 7 Dolphins just 3, right now.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
It turns out that Tua will be the starting QB today. I hope he's feeling fine and has an accurate day throwing to receivers.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
7 months ago
colonel
Well, there's a football game scheduled for today between the Bengals and the Dolphins at about 1 pm EST. However, one has to wonder what players will be on the field for both teams. Injuries and illness have taken their toll. As for the Dolphins, our running game has been getting weaker and weaker with players being tried and going down with injuries or testing positive for you know what. I u
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
8 months ago
colonel
Fitzpatrick did a nice job. Running backs, not so much. Xavien Howard's 7th interception was very welcome...two thumbs up. For 2020 we have improved our record with the Jets. Two wins and the Jets score a whopping 3 points. That's a laughable 1.5 points per game. The Jets are on the road to get the top pick in the draft. Gase continues to show that he's the right HC for the Jets. (He's terr
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
8 months ago
colonel
Breida won't be on the team next year. He has little to offer. His fumble and recovery by the Jets will be remembered. We need a focus on the running game in the future.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
8 months ago
colonel
It's half time and Dolphins have the lead. What amazes me is Gore. He has a tough runner and clearly will be a hall of fame pick. Dolphins are not doing a good job stopping him. The defense appears lethargic to me and the secondary still seems to be a step off allowing too many completions. Fitzpatrick is having a decent game so far but needs to throw to more receivers. We need some varie
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
8 months ago
colonel
This is game #2, the rematch following a shut out performance by the Dolphins against the win less Jets. Injuries for both teams will have an effect on game play. It's been reported that Tua is questionable at QB because of a injury to his thumb sustained during practice. Who will be in the backfield running with the ball is also up in the air. Question marks everywhere it seems. The ga
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
8 months ago
colonel
Fins72 wrote: "If this game showed me anything, it's that the team can't stand pat on the offensive line during the draft and free agency. Jesse Davis is okay from a depth standpoint, but he's not NFL starting caliber. I like Karras a lot but long-term, he isn't the answer. Drafting a young talented center is vital. Regarding the rookies, it's still wait and see." I agree completely.
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