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Results 1891 - 1920 of 2014
9 years ago
colonel
It's half time. We look like a band of misfits on offense. Benny Sapp intercepted and I almost came out of my chair--then he tries to hand it off to Davis. From what I could see, Sapp could have run the ball for a good distance--maybe even scored. Very stupid play. Back to offense...there isn't anything going on. The line is porous. Henne can't read a defense.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
When I watch non-Dolphin games, special attention is paid to other team's QBs and backs. One can't help to notice the big guys up front and what they do as well. With a focus on the offense, it's easy to pick up what teams have a good offensive line working for them. All play starts with those guys. Some teams run block very well and it seems their backs do well. Some teams pass block very wel
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
Wake is very aggressive. He ran down Sanchez and made the tackle. The guy works very hard and deserves some kudos as he is a real shinning star for this team.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
First off, the Dolphin defense was stout. While many criticize Sean Smith for his inability to catch and intercept a ball, he was around it and deflected many that could have been caught by a Jet WR. If I were the HC for 10 minutes, I'd be praising the D and complimenting Brandon Fields for keeping the Jets back in their territory. I don't care for Ian Eagle (pronounced Iron Eagle) as a sportsc
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
Our great Florida weather attracts northerners to South Florida to live, or they live here part time. That's why there are so many Jets, Giants, Eagles, Steelers and NE fans here. They typically remain loyal to their home team. Florida's weather and environment affords people many things to do year round. That in itself has a tendency to lure people to those attractions rather than sit in
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
Maturing...it's maturing. My mother-in-law is a very mature 100 years of age. (She's a Dallas fan and remembers Dandy Don starting for Dallas). Sad, though, she doesn't recognize her youngest daughter anymore.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
"if we didn't have bad luck, we'd have no luck at all." Did everyone shudder when we finally got the ball in and we had to move the ball one last time? Did everyone think, "now don't throw and interception" or was it just me? Three interceptions and failure to "snatch" balls that could have been caught--did us in. It's easy to say it, but it applies--Henne
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
Half Time! Henne is out of sync today. The O-line is doing a good job and so is our defense. The 60 yarder--WOW. So, all we need to do is get Henne back into the game--get accuracy with his passing and we can win this game. I hope it's in the cards. IMO, look for Hartline underneath and Fasano. Need some play action too and that will improve his confidence. More comments later on
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
1901. Re: Henne
Next game is Cleveland. Hopefully, injured players continue to mend and CH can orchestrate another win, with or without Marshall. Glad the rookies stepped up--but the team still needs to work on special team's coverage. Spotting a team with a TD on a kick off (or any time) is poor play.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
Having a HC that's exuberant is a style of leadership that I prefer. Believe me it's far better to know when the main man is happy or unhappy than when that guy is aloof and unemotional. I've had considerable experience with both types and the ones you could easily read had far better performing people and operations. Sparano's side line behavior is easy to read. Brad Childress, is probab
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
What is important is that others had the opportunity to play and succeeded. This is important for the coaches, the players, and hopefully Brandon Marshall. I'm not a shrink, but must wonder what he thought about other's doing their job at WR without castrating plays with foolish penalties. If he's smart, maybe he learned something positive from it.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
I'm not in favor of sitting on a small lead with today's passing environment. Moreover, the best teams are not rattled when down 9 points going into the 4th. Fortunately, the Raiders are average. I prefer consistent, hard-hitting offensive plays that look to score until the clock runs out. I'm pleased that Ricky was able to score a TD. That was unexpected given the running mode we were in
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
Burn another time out--Yep--who needs them at the end of the game...or do we get 3 per quarter now? Bess is playing like a champ.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
The game is too fast for Henne around the 20. He stares down receivers, he is panic stricken, and FGs are not the way to win games most of the time. We lost momentum when he threw that pick over the center. Terrible decision-should have thrown it away. Did you see Sparano on the sidelines yelling-CHAD! He is beside himself with Henne's inability to execute plays-- WC is not working ri
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
We are in total disarray right now.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
Vontae Davis has missed several tackles today. Davis and Smith got faked out of their jocks on McFadden's run.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
I just heard on the pregame radio show that Henne will start at QB. I certainly hope this isn't putting him at further risk physically.
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
Why do you guys "fight" among yourselves? History has proven that to win you must have a "can do" attitude. Don't make your opinions personal. Everyone is entitled to their own belief system --respect that--and move on. As for the Raiders--I despise them. Don't hate them--they simply are an end product of Al Davis--a gent I would never break bread with. The Raiders h
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
Clovis--are you in NM?
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
I'm all for letting CH have a chance. (To date he's started 21 games for the Dolphins). If he is healthy, he should finish the season as the QB and should start each game. However, I suggest that Thigpen be worked diligently in practice to be inserted into the game if CH is unable to score TDs. We'd have nothing to lose giving that a try. I'd even platoon the two if Thigpen could make it happ
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
9 years ago
colonel
9 years ago
colonel
Great execution takes practice and talent. When you look at old tapes of the Dolphins in the 71-74 time period, you will see just how synchronized the offense line was in running or passing plays. It's a far cry from many of the teams today. The current Dolphins have not mastered their blocks and it shows in the running game. If the O-line has enough time playing together, harmony and synchron
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