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GridIronKing34

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  1. That statement is laughable, at best.
  2. If Tom Brady is an epic fail, what does that make Brett Favre?
  3. That's fair. But Miami's game is grind the clock, running the ball, and throwing short passes that will be completed. Our game is more old school while your game is new school it seems. I don't watch your games so I can't really give a good analysis on it. I'm just guessing you guys score quick and score a lot to coast. Our teams are just built different..
  4. Percentages matter... Don't act like they don't. Let's compare your little red zone percentages mean less because of amount of possessions to something else: I score 90% on a test, but only have 10 questions... You score 80% on a test, but have 20 questions... Who did better?
  5. I'm hoping that Miami and New York both win out... Personally I'd like to see a winner take all, loser goes home finale. Pennington vs. Favre? Dolphins vs. Jets? Even better. I hate the Jets, probably more than the Patriots. Why? Because when I was at the Meadowlands last year, they weren't too nice to me. In fact, one or two fans were throwing bottles at my friend. Bottles, man? C'mon... The only thing I am not excited for is John Madden covering this game because it will get flexed because it's a huge game and it's, as Madden would say, "if I could have a team of 10 guys, they'd all be Brett Favre!... Brett Favre!!!" Oh John Madden...
  6. Because Chad deserves none? Without Chad, things would be much different: -We would not be 9-5, that's for sure. -We would not have a top ten red zone percentage. -We would not be +12 in the turnover ratio. -We would not be on pace to set an NFL RECORD for fewest turnovers in a season! -We would not have an opportunity to make the playoffs. Give Chad the respect he deserves...
  7. He didn't drop a ball all season from my memory and I watched EVERY game and I even attended one (Miami @ Jets) last season. I think people are looking at what ESPN said in the past how Miami made a bad decision on passing on Quinn for Ginn. Judging Ginn last season would be stupid simply because look at our quarterback issues and offensive line issues. I don't care what anyone says, Ronnie Brown made that line look respectable last season... When Brown went down, so did the offensive line's production. Jesse Chatman was a solid back up, but he really wasn't as good as some people made him out to be. I think Ted Ginn can be a Steve Smith type player, he's got all the tools, but he just needs to show what he can do. Wide receivers deserve more than year and they should get at least three years to prove themselves before calling them out. You can only name a handful of receiver who had great rookie seasons and even less who did it with the squad that Miami had. I understand that you want to call him a returnman first and a receiver second, but you see... That's where I disagree. I think Ginn will really turn some heads this season in the right way for Dolphins fans, but the wrong way for you Jets fans. Also, I don't see how you can compare Hester to Ginn when you compare the two special teams units. When Hester gets in the endzone, how many Bears do you see around him, at least three or four. When Ginn got in the end zone (3 times, but 2 were held back by bogus penalties), he got there on his own with little help from the return team. Bill Parcells focused on special teams guys in free agency (Keith Davis to name one) and I think Ginn will also be a better returnman. However I look for him to surprise many of you in the receiving aspect IF our quarterback position remains in tact. I think John Beck will win the starting job, but we will see how that works out.
  8. I'm a troll? Well, I guess now I know how Rodney Dangerfield felt...
  9. Well it's not like I'm pulling a Jon Kitna.....
  10. You'd think that would hurt my feelings, but after attending the NFL Draft this past year... I heard about every 1-15 insult you could think of.....
  11. Has he found the endzone lately? Que the "Have the Dolphins won lately" jokes....
  12. Riiiiight. Easy, I think they aren't as good as they're made out to be. I think they're very talented musicians, but overhyped a little bit. And I guarantee that the Dolphins win at least one game next year...
  13. Jones will compliment Forte moreso than Benson would, IMO... Good pick up for the Bears.
  14. Personally I think bands like AC/DC, Guns N Roses, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Led Zepplin are kind of overrated because of the media and fashion (all of those teenbops wearing AC/DC shirts but not knowing a song by them is an example)... Metallica could be considered overrated as well, but I think they're one of the greatest rock bands ever. I guess it's pretty tough to name the greatest rock band ever now that I think about it as most are very different in their styles.
  15. Could be worse, you could be taking advice from a Patriots fan... Well, I guess if you were into filming, advice from a Patriots fan wouldn't be so bad........
  16. Voted, best of luck to your daughter in the contest.
  17. How you exclude Metallica or Iron Maiden is beyond me... I guess that's what the Other choice is for...
  18. Because a Jets fan called the Dolphins the worst team in the past 20 years? Dude, it's one thing to have an intelligent debate, it's another thing to be obnoxious because someone is a fan of a rival... Seriously though, if Favre wanted to come to New York, I would suggest that the Jets welcome him with open arms. The Jets look to be pushing for the playoffs now with their free agency spending spree so they might as well try to push them even further into the playoffs. However I hope he stays away from Miami as we're looking to rebuild...
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