DOLPHINS: Sapp and Irvin on today's game
kms223 at hotmail.com
Sun Oct 25 18:48:38 GMT 2009
That's just two morons trying to be "controversial." They have a 50/50 chance of being right---if they are, they'll crow about it. And if they're not, no-one will ever call them on it. Stuff like that is why I stopped watching the pre-game shows.
> Date: Sun, 25 Oct 2009 12:27:18 -0400
> From: cheesefrog at usa.net
> To: dolphins-disc at phins.com
> Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: Sapp and Irvin on today's game
> ------ Original Message ------
> From: Patrick McLaughlin <pluvlaw at hotmail.com>
> > Sapp was practically dripping disdain while discussing what the Saints had
> to do to stop the Wildcat. He called it simple and said its a 1920s offense
> and has no business being run in nowadays.
> Sapp is a fool. If something works, it works. There's no way to dispute
> reality. It would be one thing to say you think defenses will eventually
> figure out a way to stop it, but to deny what your eyes see is just foolish.
> > And if you thought that was bad, Michael "Mouth full of marbles, throat full
> of glass" Irvin was even worse. When asked what the Dolphins should do, it
> was something like, "Well...if they watched the tape of what the Saints did to
> one of the best teams in the league last week, they ought to just not show up.
> They don't stand a chance. They don't have the talent to play with the
> A few points here.
> 1) Saints are on a serious roll to be sure, but this is essentially the same
> team that went 8-8 and 7-9 the last two seasons. Unbeatable? I don't think
> 2) The Giants may be "one of the best teams in the league" but prior to facing
> the Saints, the Giant's opponents were a combined 8-21 so they have yet to
> prove themselves.
> 3) The Dolphins were a dropped pass from beating the undefeated Colts, so they
> are capable of hanging with good teams.
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