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8 minutes ago, bitonti said:

Dude it's 40 degrees outside in NY in football season. New Orleans has Mardi Gras but that's not during the season. I didn't say those places were terrible just that Miami is better

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You think NYC only parties in the warm months and NO buring Mardi Gras?  OK

Dude, I live in NYC and SFL, you have no idea what youre talking about.  Miami has night life, I get it.  So do other cities.  Especially for young millionaires looking to party. Have to ask.  Because this is really senseless, why dont the Dolphins get thrown off by party atmosphere in Miami?  Only visitors go out on Saturday night?

Vegas Raiders will go undefeated at home 

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3 hours ago, JiF said:

He wanted Cutler.  That was his choice.  Jay Cutler, was his choice.  Let that sit in for a second.  His personal choice to led his team was Jay "i legit care about nothing in this world because I'm a cat" Cutler. 

Well it’s not like his starting qb didn’t tear his ACL last second before the season.  I’m sure a young Marino was available 

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The original poster said the record was 3-3. Sorry I didn’t fact check- I have a real life that doesn’t include the time to fact check MIAs record, versus the Pats, during Gases tenure. I am happy you have that luxury and could set the record straight. Noted, 2-4. Not 3-3!
Regardless, what the author was essentially saying was that: Gase had nothing to do with MIA ever beating the Pats. It was that Brady hates playing in MIA. Hahahahhaha. I am sorry but that makes no sense at all.
If you listen to anti jets folks, they kill us about our over dramatic, ultra pessimistic, the sky is always falling, everything sucks, everyone sucks (commentators, announcers, draft analysts, coaches, GMs) attitude. They don’t kill us bc of our fact checking or lackthereof in this case.
Brady (and the Pats general) have by far had the most divisional losses to the Dolphins as oppose to the Jets or Bills in his career. Any Pat fan here (in MA) will tell you they're nervous about Miami games......Miami has given NE problems for a while regardless of the HC.

Interpret that however you want, but facts are facts. As of this past October, he is 22-10 vs Miami.

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19 hours ago, dbatesman said:

The stats on Gase were floating around Twitter—Chase Stuart, maybe?

Admittedly I don’t use twitter and I’d never heard of him, but I just browsed his site for a bit. Some great stuff 👍🏼

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1 hour ago, greenwichjetfan said:

Admittedly I don’t use twitter and I’d never heard of him, but I just browsed his site for a bit. Some great stuff 👍🏼

Yeah, he’s really good. He’s a Jets fan too, so he gives lots of analysis of the team as a bonus.

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  Year   Opp Result  Rate
        22-11-0

  92.1

  2001 @ MIA L 10-30   58.7
  2001   MIA W 20-13   91.6
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2002 @ MIA L 13-26   74.7
  2002   MIA W 27-24   68.5
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2003 @ MIA W 19-13   115.2
  2003   MIA W 12-0   67.0
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2004   MIA W 24-10   62.6
  2004 @ MIA L 28-29   73.3
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2005 @ MIA W 23-16   77.9
  2005   MIA L 26-28   52.6
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2006   MIA W 20-10   91.2
  2006 @ MIA L 0-21   55.1
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2007 @ MIA W 49-28   158.3
  2007   MIA W 28-7   79.7
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2009   MIA W 27-17   93.5
  2009 @ MIA L 21-22   101.5
  Year   Opp Result   Rate
  2010 @ MIA W 41-14   107.1
  2010   MIA W 38-7   145.6
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2011 @ MIA W 38-24   121.6
  2011   MIA W 27-24   85.8
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2012 @ MIA W 23-16   74.8
  2012   MIA W 28-0   104.4
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2013   MIA W 27-17   69.5
  2013 @ MIA L 20-24   85.7
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2014 @ MIA L 20-33   69.7
  2014   MIA W 41-13   93.4
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2015   MIA W 36-7   133.2
  2015 @ MIA L 10-20   76.3
  Year   Opp Result   Rate
  2016 @ MIA W 35-14   130.4
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2017   MIA W 35-17   114.1
  2017 @ MIA L 20-27   59.5
  Year   Opp Result  Rate
  2018   MIA W 38-7   94.2
  2018 @ MIA L 33-34   112.4

Brady is 7-10 on the road in Miami for his career. 15-1 vs the Dolphins in New England. The only time Brady lost at home versus the Dolphins, was in the last game of the season in 2005, when Nick Saban was the coach of the Dolphins. Patriots pretty much rested their starters that game, though Brady did play the first quarter, which tags him with that one loss, so in reality Brady is 15-0 vs. the Dolphins at home. 

Here is a link to that game the Pats lost with Nick Saban the coach of the Dolphins.

http://www.espn.com/nfl/recap?gameId=260101017

 

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3 minutes ago, SpartanJet said:

A whole 3-3 vs the Pats? WOW! Sign this beast.

Gase is actually 2-4 versus the Patriots. In 2016, his first year as head coach of the Dolphins, he got swept by the Pats. First got beat by Jimmy G, then by Brady. The following two years in 2017 and 2018 he split with the Patriots. 

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6 minutes ago, playtowinthegame said:

Gase is actually 2-4 versus the Patriots. In 2016, his first year as head coach of the Dolphins, he got swept by the Pats. First got beat by Jimmy G, then by Brady. The following two years in 2017 and 2018 he split with the Patriots. 

With Tannyhill and it's better than we did.

Mac has to hook him, and Sam, up FFS already.

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