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Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Rocky Raccoon, Oct 30, 2013.
NFLN trying to discredit this win....
I thought Wake handled the question on Martin well. Really put an end to any further questions.
Sheesh NFL is getting as bad as ESPN. THey showed Hartline's foot drag the ground and Sapp is being a Sapp
Oh wow. They are crying that the Dolphins won the game!
Facing the adversity of the happenings during the week, and then blowing the lead in this game only to come back, hopefully, this will give this team the shot of confidence that it needs. That was a good Cincinnati team the Dolphins beat. Cincinnati had some unforced errors, but we took advantage of them for the most part. The defense basically gave us 9 points in this game.
Enjoy the win and build from it. There are still a lot of things that need to be cleaned up. First and foremost is our tackling. I'm afraid that if Gio Bernard hadn't gotten his bell rung, we would have lost this game. We simply couldn't match up with him. Our tackling overall in the second half of this game was piss poor though, particularly on the perimeter.
I liked the 6 man offensive line. That was a great adjustment to help the running game, and we got a couple of play action plays off of that. We didn't miss a beat when Incognito went down.
Lamar Miller flashed tonight. This is the reason I was high on him going into last year's draft. He's got to secure the ball, but this is the reason you let Reggie Bush go.
At one point, the announcers were talking about the two backs, Lamar Miller and Gio Bernard. They mentioned that they were both from the ACC, one from North Carolina and one from Miami. What they didn't mention is that both are actually from Miami. Lamar played at Miami Killian, and Gio played at St. Thomas Aquinas. Geno Atkins also played at St. Thomas Aquinas. I've been saying for a while that there is a friggin boatload of talent that is from the Miami-Dade area, and for the most part, the Dolphins refuse to tap into that. Think of having a running back tandem of Lamar Miller and Gio Bernard.
There wasn't much wrong with Tanne outside of those first couple throws. Still took a sack in there but no turnovers, and he had to deal with some bs from pi calls
did you see how gio made our defense look like a peewee squad? did you see how piss poor our offense was? how else do you call it? it was 5 QTs of horrible football. i'm glad the game ended in a dolphins win. pretty simple post.
Keep starting threads Rocky!!!!!
Why is NFLN trying to discredit our win now? I hate these stupid a$$hats
NFL Network questions two legit plays in the Dolphins favor, doesn't question the two BS calls against Miami.
STFU with this crap AFTER A WIN against a quality team with a great defense that just beat the Jets 49-9... held Aaron Rodgers to a 64.5 QBR with 2 INTS... and allowed just 6 points to Brady. What's pathetic is your post.
One more added to the ignore list.
Yeah and not the play where Brian was raped like a school boy with DPI.
What did he say, I missed it?
Thank you, Irvin!
I wonder if one Michigan man calls another one tomorrow regarding that question and general attitude about the win by Miami lol? Nah
Why aren't they talking about all the BS PI's against the Dolphins and all the cheating. What reality is this? Am I just blind?
We got a little bit of decent pass blocking at the end to give him just enough time. Garner was getting abused like a poor stepchild on some of those attempts, but did just enough.
Our defense was on the field too long at that time. They played the entire 3rd quarter thanks to the Pick 6.
Ryan was also money in the 2 minute drill on Miami's drive to tie the game.
Wow, there is so much fail there, it begs the question why you were born.
They did at the top of the show, with sarcasm about how it was just a great play
didn't Tannehill audible into the bomb to Wallace that drew the PI flag?
Talked about Martin being family and that the guys were playing hard for him too. No further questions. He gave the answer without being defensive at all. Rich's question wasn't simply about Martin, but he added that it was thought Martin may have been bullied off team. That is a strong question.
Plus an offense that has been on fire in the last few games. They kept on talking up Dalton's great last four games at the beginning.
Party?..by that you mean your mummy just told you its past your bedtime and your warm milk is going cold. Nitey nite. Love to Mr Teddy.
WWE does the same thing when someone breaks the "kayefabe".
You're welcome brobeans. Say hi to the short bus for me.
This bias is INSANE. I am not imagining it anymore. I don't think any division of the NFL whether its officiating, media, or even from Goodell himself have respect for us whatsoever and they think they can say/do whatever they want. I wish Wake would have called them out right there on stage.
Lol did u see how I put trolls on ignore?
It looked like about half the ball broke the plane of the goal line when Wake first hit him.
That Wallace run was awesome, changed field position.
Thomas does't fumble the ball. He squares his shoulders and gets tough positive yards unless two DT's are 2 yards in the back field. on that 3rd and one he should have went over the top. Not confident Miller would have converted that either.
Looked like he did. Bengals were up in the box. Wallace had single coverage, Newman had no Safety help.
Yup, it was impressive. The kid is really coming through in the clutch. Much like the Indy game, and Atlanta games tonight. Impressive.
It does make me really think he's being held back by this OL obviously, and maybe by this staff (specifically the OC) as well.
doesn't excuse all the missed tackles.
Seriously though, why are we scared to score points in the second half. If we don't start scoring in the second half, I'm going to demand you folks quit crying about the refs. Our offense is SUB PAR. Wake up!
On that third down, we should have just ran Tannehill up Pouncey's rear end. I will never understand why a coach is willing to give the ball to the back 3 yards behind the line when he only has 6 inches to get. You have a 6'5" quarterback and the best center in football. Use them.
Thomas has had his fair share of fumbles in his young career. He's the inferior runner of the two. Miller isnt a short yardage guy either, you're right, but Thomas is built like one IMO, he's just too soft to run like one. Maybe its because of his prior history of concussions that he's afraid to lower the head and shoulders on guys.... DT is a soft, ineffective runner though in close quarters, which is a situation it seems this offense wants to use him in.
I get it now.
The natural state of this team is suckitude.
When they play a good part of a game and get a lead, it's because they have temporarily progressed beyond suckitude.
When they let another team come back on them, they have simply reverted to their normal status of suckitude.
Tonight, you saw the same thing happen, except tonight they progressed beyond suckitude TWICE, once at the beginning and once at the end.
If they start putting together multiple additional periods of progress beyond suckitude during a game, and the in-between periods of suckitude become shorter and shorter, they will eventually win the Super Bowl.