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Do the Dolphins have any chance to beat the Pats this week?

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Phins Up Wins Up, Dec 9, 2014.

  1. Paul 13

    Paul 13 Chaotic Neutral & Unstable Genius Staff Member

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  2. jpep13

    jpep13 Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Big time Players need to make big time plays in big time games... WAKE the **** up
     
  3. dolphindebby

    dolphindebby Season Ticket Holder Luxury Box

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    I hope we win.
    But it just depends on how far "the brady bunch" goes up the refs butt.:theman:
     
  4. ASUFinFan

    ASUFinFan Uh huh

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    Last week was the season. Sorry. They laid another egg late in the season. It's All Philbin. Living in az I wish we had arians, that coach is a badass. Listen to him vs Philbin holyfncow. That's the coach you need, not a racket ball coach. I'm been over Philbin. I like motivators.
    Arians loses players left and right but they keep winning. It's about coaching in this league. About attitudude. For Arians, it's about 'next man better stand up.'

    You have a sissy head coach and you get what you get. Mediocrity.
     
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  5. Fins Hipster

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    There have been 15 games since 1994 in which a team with a winning record was favored by 7 or more at home against a division team with a winning record, during games 14 through 16 of the regular season. In 10 of those 15 games the away underdog team covered the spread, and in 7 of the 15 games they won the game outright. You may remember Arizona and San Diego winning on the road in this fashion against Seattle and Denver, respectively, during the latter two teams' Super Bowl runs in 2013. Arizona was a 9-point underdog, and San Diego was a 9.5-point underdog. Miami is a 7.5 to 8-point underdog today.
     
  6. vt_dolfan

    vt_dolfan Season Ticket Holder Club Member

    This team was put together to beat the Patriots more then anything else. Sadly, injuries will rob us of those strengths.

    If they win today it will be on pure heart alone.

    It's not looking very good. We're just to depleted on our defense.
     
  7. WELDERPAT

    WELDERPAT New Member

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    I think if Tannehill runs the ball about six times that greatly improves our odds of winning.
     
  8. Fins Hipster

    Fins Hipster Banned

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    That's happened once this season.
     
  9. Fin4Ever

    Fin4Ever Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Let's just find a way to go in their and spank dat azz. I agree with DJ.. Let's just read option them to death. Take it right to em and keep our D off the field. Also we just need to send the house at Brady...get him running scared and we will win this game..Come on Cautious Joe..let you inhibitions go...coach you azz off for the first time in your career..someone silp him some x or somthing..lol....everyone remember petticoat junction? Lol....There goes Cautious Joe, he's a moving kinda slow, down the sideline...Dolphins Football ! !

    LET'S GO FINS ! ! !
     
  10. 407PhinFan

    407PhinFan Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Did you guys forget?

    Miami has the dolphins,
    the greatest football team,
    we take the ball from goal to goal like no one's ever seen.
    we're in the air. We're on the ground. We're always in control...
    and when you say Miami...
    You're talking super bowl!

    Hell yes we have a chance to win today. Is it as big as I'd like? No. Is Dallas Thomas starting? Yes. Does that make me hate our coaches sometimes? Yes. Oh well.

    What I do know is a win today would be so, so sweet. We will have to overcome ourselves, the pats, and the refs today. The defensive line needs to show up early, and often. I think we will.
     
  11. Destroyer

    Destroyer There for every play.

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    No chance. Least excited I've ever been for a game.
     
  12. ASOT

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    this is exactly what I think happens, we beat the Pats, 28-27, leave it all out there and then come home to the inexplicable loss to the Vikings.....then all bets are off against the Jets. By then everyone might know Ryan's fate and his team gives him one last big effort, and they humiliate us, AGAIN in Miami, and we end the season just like last year.....8-8, mediocre, blah, same-old same old, nothing changes, groundhog day Dolphins
     
  13. djphinfan

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    absolutely get your carries in the read option game, which in losses we seem to fall short always when it comes to the amount of carries he should be keeping..but I'm also talking about cutting a defense by running from the pocket, make a conscious consistent effort every time there is a lane to just go for it...this is the only shot we have..it's something they haven't seen from the qb.
     
  14. Fin4Ever

    Fin4Ever Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Exactly and I agree..that will throw the Pat's D off of their game and we can score and throw them completely off of their game.


    Lol
     
  15. Auburn

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    Where are those blaming the refs? their fault for all the dropped passes?
     

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