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10 years ago
Marino is in the company of Tarkington; and they will be joined by Favre, Peyton Manning, and Brady when the time comes. No sense to put that "burden of greatness" on any young quarterback until they have proven themselves over time as a master at what they do. Chad Henne performed well but each time he handled the ball, I held my breath, not knowing what he would do. My hat is off
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
I don't get Crowder; he's a piece of work mentally. Ryan, may be just like him--who knows. What I'd like to see is a solid Dolphin victory with a shut out score of 21-O. Yes sir, "No runs, no hits, no errors." Perfecto!
Forum: Miami Dolphins Civilized Discussion
10 years ago
Freeney is clearly one of the top rushers in the league. Long's difficulty with him in was unexpected; rejecting Freeney would have been a nice surprise, that would have been unexpected. As Jake Long gains experience against top rushers, his dominance against the rest will become more evident. Give him time. He's a player and that will eventually show itself against other top pass rushers in the
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10 years ago
A few seasons have passed and Ginn has improved, however, he seems to lack the "go get the ball" mentality the great receivers display. Great receivers sacrifice their bodies to some extent in order to pull in that slightly out of reach pass, the type we often see making the highlights on ESPN. To put a label on it, I believe he is a "timid receiver" and because of it will not
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