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Reasons we will beat the Jets

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by LikeUntoGod, Nov 27, 2007.

  1. LikeUntoGod

    LikeUntoGod Season Ticket Holder

    Nov 23, 2007
    Gainesville Florida
    I'm going to finish this later (feel free to chime in).

    I was looking at our offense compared to their defense and their offense apposed to our defense. Each have new QB's who are improving.

    A lot does depend on our running back situation, will Chatman and/or Ricky return? Because we run well and we are passing better. The Jet's do not run well or pass well.

    Our defense is getting much better. Robinson and Moses played some at DE. R.Wright is playing well at DE and can switch over to give Traylor a break. Traylor still can make plays and Holiday is good. I had said we were wrong in playing Joey Porter as the strongside (left) OLB but he is starting to play it well. Teams are starting to run instead to their left over Jason Taylor and Pope instead.

    If we can beat anyone straight up, it should be the Jets. If we can somehow give Beck a running game this week, we can tear one off. It all depends on if we can pull a running game out of this mix of running backs (does L.Booker sux this much?).

    One thing I'm sure we Dolphin fans are all hoping and waiting for is a game played in great weather. Sunny, warm and dry on a good field. We want to see how is Beck and our WR's on a perfect day. Ginn on a dry field. We have played in rain, wind, mud, whatever for weeks now.

    They was one player I wanted us to run against the Steelers. Partly because we had no one else and partly because of the weather and partly because of who is is. I wanted us to use Reagon Mauia like the Steelers did Jerome Bettis. I was watching him lead block and the Steelers would try to get out of his way. In this game we need a big mudder. Power I formation. Jason Peele in as fullback, Reagon Mauia back as tailback. Martin at TE, Ginn and Booker/Hagan. Pound away. and if it is a play action, guess what Reagon Mauia did for years? He pass blocked for a throwing college team (Twice now I've seen Chatman go too low and wiff on a block that got our QB sacked. That is weak).

    Normally I would not run Mauia like that, but we should have a "huge" formation like that. The Patriots have scored running TD's with two of our ex-FB's this year. Heath Evans and K. Eckel. they run them on short yardage. Without Ronnie Brown we have no power running game.

    We are so due a massive amount of luck and balls and calls going our way.
  2. vt_dolfan

    vt_dolfan Season Ticket Holder Club Member

    Survey Says....

    Mid 80's and Mostly Sunday for our first win of the season.!!!!!

    Who else loves that it is coming against the Jets!!!!
  3. LouPhinFan

    LouPhinFan New Member

    Nov 26, 2007
    We really need to win this one, because this is the most "winable" game left on our schedule. The Ravens are a possiblity since its at home and they're a Jeckel/Hyde type team, but really we need to beat the Jests.

    NJFINSFAN1 Premium Member Luxury Box

    Nov 24, 2007
    Northwest New Jersey
    We can beat the Bills also, they are falling apart.
  5. Kdawg954

    Kdawg954 Member

    Nov 26, 2007
    I tell u, this game on Sunday will be the ultimate judgement for Cam Cameron . . . I am expecting a full house on hand to watch Becks home debut . . . people are EXPECTING a win, and if bad coaching causes us not to, then I just can't imagine people being supportive of him.
  6. Phinperor

    Phinperor formerly In_Flames Luxury Box

    Nov 23, 2007
    Beck vs. Edwards could be an interesting matchup between the two rooks, I just wish we had all of our weapons at his disposal (mainly Ronnie). Trent will probably have Lynch back healthy by then, who we'll have toting the ball is a big question mark right now, I just hope it's not soley on Cobbs' shoulders with Chatman and Ricky both banged up.
  7. jcthekid

    jcthekid New Member

    Nov 26, 2007
    Yes, we have to win.........

    if for any other reason to keep the Jets fans that always number half of the total crowd at Joe Robbie from being any more obnoxious than they normally are!
    When the Jets score, I swear the crowd is as loud as when the Phins do.
  8. Kdawg954

    Kdawg954 Member

    Nov 26, 2007
    For some reason, I think we will see a HOUSE full of fin fans, their wont be many empty seats at all.
  9. BigDogsHunt

    BigDogsHunt Enough talk...prove it!

    Nov 27, 2007
    DC Metro Area
    I honestly can not come up with 1 reason why we will......I will settle for luck at this point.
  10. dolfan32323

    dolfan32323 ty xphinfanx

    Nov 27, 2007
    Washington DC
    I hope your right but for years its pretty much 50/50
  11. EightyTwenty

    EightyTwenty Don't laugh at the mule

    Nov 25, 2007
    We'll blow out nobody this year, particularly with this coach, who is surprisingly non-agressive in the passing game. Beck throws a very nice accurate deep ball, however he's obviously got a leash around his neck at the moment. If we do get a win, and it's far from a lock, it will be a nail-bitter that will go down to the very end. With the talent we've got, we'll be lucky to beat even the Jets.
  12. DeDolfan

    DeDolfan Premium Member Luxury Box

    Nov 23, 2007
    Rehoboth Beach
    I can list 11 good reasons why we may not also!! ;) :D
  13. arsenal

    arsenal Sunglasses and advil

    Nov 26, 2007
    Commack, NY
    i hope so cause i'll be down in Miami at the game...

    im pretty confident that our offense will do better and im ecstatic that the weather will be nice... allows us to use Ginns speed and hopefully attempt some deep passes...
  14. Kdawg954

    Kdawg954 Member

    Nov 26, 2007
    First play of the game . . . I want a playaction pass and go deep to Ginn . . . put that fear in the Jets minds early.

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