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Can you Fn believe that c*ap

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Finatik, Feb 5, 2017.

  1. Finatik

    Finatik Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    geez. Really Ryan. Throw the ball away. The cheater gets the win. I'm depressed.
     
  2. jboogie

    jboogie The sky is NOT falling!

    Made me feel a little better to see d*ck shaped confetti falling on brady.
     
  3. finsfandan

    finsfandan Well-Known Member

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    Lol you guys never change. Just appreciate greatness. We'll have our time... eventually...


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  4. jdang307

    jdang307 Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    May I ask why phallic shaped confetti falling on a man makes you feel better???
     
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  5. thetylernator

    thetylernator You're as cold as ice, Officer Friendly.

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    I can only hope that Brady hangs it up after tonight. What's left to play for? He has a Super Bowl ring for every finger on one hand, he owns nearly every relevant quarterback statistic in the book, and he just won what was arguably the greatest championship game in football history. At almost 40 years old, he should quit now while his health is still in tact.

    I just want to see an NFL where every team has a chance at the Super Bowl. We get it, Brady; you're a God, you're the G.O.A.T., and your DNA is literally alien. Go ahead, ride off into the sunset. Let us have some fun now.
     
  6. jdang307

    jdang307 Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Latest report is he plans to play 3-5 more years and they will work on an extension after this upcoming year.
     
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  7. 2socks

    2socks Rebuilding Since 1973

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    Great football team
    Teamates believe
    Coaches believe
    Belichick said it the other day " You have to have the foundation built. You can't win without it."
    They definitely have the foundation
    Proved it

    Could any other team in the NFL have done what they did - I doubt it
     
  8. MAFishFan

    MAFishFan Team Tannehill

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    What more needs to be said. That team gets it. Don't be mad at them, be mad at the Dolphins for not building a team to compete with them. I hate the Patriots, but hell, that was some kind of performance.
     
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  9. Jt0323

    Jt0323 Fins Up! Luxury Box

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    Yeah I give a lot of credit to the Pats, but boy o boy, did Atlanta blow that game. Playcalling was questionable when they had the lead. How are you going to throw when you can run down the clock, and pretty much win the game. Yeah the FG is no gimmie, but they have one of the best kickers in the game.
     
  10. TheHighExhaulted

    TheHighExhaulted Well-Known Member

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    Some of you make me sick.

    **** the Patriots. **** them up their stupid asses.
     
  11. TheHighExhaulted

    TheHighExhaulted Well-Known Member

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    Oh you gotta respect greatness...

    No **** those mother ****ers.
     
  12. CitizenSnips

    CitizenSnips hmm.

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    If I'm the niners I'm potentially waffling on Shanny Jr, that was a disgrace in playcalling. After that tremendous Julio catch all they needed to do was run the ball 3 times and kick a FG. 11 pt lead under 5 mins would have probably sealed it.

    Nope, let's call pass plays. Get holding calls and incompletions and take sacks and get knocked out of FG range. Makes perfect ****ing sense.

    Shanny Jr. Won't sleep for weeks.
     
  13. Fin-O

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    Sucks you gotta go back to school in the AM ehh. Be sure and look both ways before crossing the street!


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  14. Jt0323

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    the play calling at the end cost them that game. It was over if Bryant gets that field goal. They needed one more score, and all of a sudden, they are forced to punt
     
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  15. dirtylandry

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    pic?
     
  16. Surfs Up 99

    Surfs Up 99 Team Flores & Team Tua

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    I haven't seen any post game interviews or anything, so I don't know if anything was said, but I had a feeling before the game that Belichick might hang em up if they won. Nothing like going out on top. Of course, that's what I would do, but I am no Belichick. The dude's an amazing coach and well...I am nobody special. I have a lot of faith in Gase, but I am still not sold on Tannebaum and Grier. We have to really hit on some players this year if we are going to make a run at the Patsies. Would be nice!
     
  17. dirtylandry

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    Brady indicated in the past he would leave the game when he couldn't play at a high level. He threw for 200 yards in the 4th
     
  18. brandon27

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    As much as I'd like to see him hang it up for our sake, I don't want that. I want to knock them off the top of the AFC East while that prick is still playing.
     
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  19. dolphin25

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    I totally agree, and they kept running plays with like 15 seconds left on the play clock too.
     
  20. resnor

    resnor Derp Sherpa

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    How much YAC accounted for Brady's 466? Honest question, I was shocked at the end when he had that much yardage, as it seemed that most completions were short passes.
     
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  21. danmarino

    danmarino Winning isn't everything, but wanting to win is. Club Member

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    Actually, Brady holds no major QB passing records. Not one.

    And it's not Brady. If Brady retires tomorrow, but BB stays, the Pats will make it to the AFCCG next year and the year after and the year after.
     
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  22. jdallen1222

    jdallen1222 He can smell your fear

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    What is the Pats win/loss record with and without Brady since 2001? Probably a similar ratio.
     
  23. danmarino

    danmarino Winning isn't everything, but wanting to win is. Club Member

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    They are 15-6 without Brady as their QB since Brady became the starter.
     
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  24. dolphin25

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    amazing how an average QB keeps being the starting QB of teams in and winning the Super Bowl.
     
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  25. danmarino

    danmarino Winning isn't everything, but wanting to win is. Club Member

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    Who called Brady average?
     
  26. brandon27

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    I don't know the exact number, but I'm sure it was quite a bit. Their offense lives on their WR's abilities to gain yardage after the catch. Atlanta missed some pretty key tackles in the second half.

    Looking back on it today, man... Atlanta had so many chance, blew so many opportunities. It's like they went to halftime, and just tightened up knowing they had a 25 point lead, and were likely destined to win the Super Bowl. Surely that hour and 7 minutes of time that passed between their offense last being on the field before half, to after halftime didn't help. Blame playcalling, tired pass rush, missed tackles, the turnover, the ridiculous lucky break on the pass that should have been picked by ended up a completion by about an inch... It's just crazy to think of the number of ways Atlanta just couldn't seem to catch a break, and as usual... New England catches all of them it seems.
     
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  27. dolphin25

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    They had 2 great plays late. The screen to Freemen, and the catch by Jones, but then they just ran crap calls instead of working for the FG.

    I could tell in the 3rd quarter their legs were gone on defense though. I kept saying they need to rotate the linemen out, they just stopped getting any kind of push. I think their youth was spent in the first half.
     
  28. schisno

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    Isn't it closer to 13-6, (10-5 for Matt Cassel in 2008) and (3-1 w/ Jimmy G and Jacoby Brissett in 2016)?
     
  29. brandon27

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    Yeah. That playcalling after the Jones (RIDICULOUS) catch was just completely mind boggling. Like, if I was SF, I'd strongly be reconsidering thinking of him for my head coach vacancy after that. It's inexcusable. It's not knowing the situation. It's trying to be too cute. They ran the ball with success. Mind you, they struggled a bit more in the second half after NE adjusted, but still.. You're in FG range. Just get yourself into better position to make it easier for your kicker, and end the ****ing game. Beat those smug pricks, take that trophy home to open your new gazillion dollar stadium the right way. Don't call long developing pass plays, take a hold, take a sack, you just gave away the game Shanahan... Matt Ryan... you can't take the sack either. Didn't look like he had much opportunity on that play either though. It just really looked like they tightened up the second half, especially as the comeback raged on. You could see it in the missed tackles, the coverage wasn't as tight, it's like they knew it was slipping away from them, and they were defeated in their own minds already.

    They were rotating quite a bit up front. At least at DE they were. Freeney was in and out a lot. I'm not sure if that was regular for them with him being an older, obviously situational pass rush kind of guy at this point in his career now, but they sure looked gassed up front as things wore on. Offensive plays run, and TOP was so lopsided in NE's favor. Combine that with the fact it just kind of looked like the pressure got to them in coverage, Brady started getting time, and it was all downhill from there for a young team, inexperienced in big game situations like that.
     
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  30. dolphin25

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    I noticed they played off the receiver more in the second half. Gotta press those little dude to disrupt them.
     
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  31. danmarino

    danmarino Winning isn't everything, but wanting to win is. Club Member

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    Cassell was 11-5. Brady got hurt halfway through the 1st quarter in the first game.

    Garop went 2-0
    Jacoby went 1-1
    Drew Bledsoe came in during the 2nd quarter and finished the game in the 2001 season playoffs against the Steelers. 1-0

    15-6
     
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  32. RealDolphinsFan2

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    Matty "Ice" BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! He will never win one, this was his big chance and he blew it, thank God we have Ryan Tannehill.
     
  33. thetylernator

    thetylernator You're as cold as ice, Officer Friendly.

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    Meh, I didn't say passing, I said relevant quarterback statistics.
    • Best winning percentage by a quarterback in the Super Bowl Era
    • Most wins in a row by a quarterback
    • Most playoff wins by a quarterback
    • Most Super Bowl rings held by a quarterback
    • Most TD's thrown in a season (regular + postseason)
    And, in my opinion, those are the only stats that matter.

    I also disagree tremendously with the sentiment that the Patriots will continue their dynasty with only Bill Belichick. No doubt, they would remain competitive, but it's the Brady-Belichick combination that has equated to all their success. I'd love to take out the Patriots while their on top, but logically, it's probably not going to happen - the 2nd best team in the NFL couldn't close out a 25 point lead over these guys, and as of today, we're certainly not among the five best teams in the NFL. As intelligent as Belichick is, he didn't make those clutch 4th quarter throws that only a handful of men in history could have made.

    If Brady retires, the Patriots at the very least become vulnerable, and I think that's a big enough window for Miami to capitalize on.
     
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    "If I'm the niners I'm potentially waffling on Shanny Jr, that was a disgrace in playcalling. After that tremendous Julio catch all they needed to do was run the ball 3 times and kick a FG. 11 pt lead under 5 mins would have probably sealed it.

    Nope, let's call pass plays. Get holding calls and incompletions and take sacks and get knocked out of FG range. Makes perfect ****ing sense."

    This is the only post-game analysis that has value. That's really it right there.
     
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  35. danmarino

    danmarino Winning isn't everything, but wanting to win is. Club Member

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    Actually, the first 4 stats aren't really relative to anything other than to the team and have very little to do with just one player.

    The last one is just another made up by the media to feel good stat.

    The Pats have shown over and over that it doesn't matter who their QB is. If their defense ever starts to get consistently worse than 10th in the league, which they've done like 2 times since BB took over, then other teams will have a chance.
     
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  36. finsfandan

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    Nah, just all the SB ones, nothing major.


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  37. danmarino

    danmarino Winning isn't everything, but wanting to win is. Club Member

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    I hold the world record for jellybean eating.

    However, I've paid people to round up every jellybean in the world. I only ate 10, but because no one has access to any, I hold all the jellybean records. I'm the GOAT when it comes to eating jellybeans.

    Do you see how dumb it is to claim wins are individual accomplishments? I mean, I used a very simple scenario so some here could understand it. Do you understand?
     
  38. thetylernator

    thetylernator You're as cold as ice, Officer Friendly.

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    And yet, the fact that a single quarterback holds all of those "team" stats, with a team that has a revolving door of starters year in and year out no less, is absolutely ridiculous. Again, the success equates to the only two consistencies New England has had in the last 16 years: that Brady-Belichick combination.

    A rational argument really cannot be made that the Patriots wouldn't at least become vulnerable without #12.

    Also, if Ryan Tannehill throws for 51 touchdowns next season, I'll be sure to ask you if you still think it's a media-driven, feel good stat that has nothing to do with the player. :)

    And, with that, I'll be signing off for the day. Tom Brady, please retire. Belichick too, if you're feeling like it.

    Best,

    A Dolphins Fan
     
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  39. danmarino

    danmarino Winning isn't everything, but wanting to win is. Club Member

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    Brady doesn't hold the single season TD record. You tried to add-up the regular and post season in order to give him a record.

    Brady, currently, holds not one major NFL QB passing record. Not one...
     
  40. finsfandan

    finsfandan Well-Known Member

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    Keep living in denial. I quoted you on the post where you claimed a dozen QBs could've done what Tom has in his career with the Pats. Also where you claimed he's just another cog in the machine. He's the GOAT and you can't stand it.


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