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Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Disgustipate, Sep 15, 2013.
Thanks for the great brief summary , really looking forward to the full length one
This probably deserves its own thread, some people don't read mine out of principal ;D
That was Michael Egnew, surprisingly I believe.
I read it more as him saying at the least he's matt schaub.
Great analysis! I need to fly into Miami for a Fins game. That's definitely on my bucket list. BTW, your college friend must be freakin hot!!!
Good for Egnew. That was a great block, and I was sitting about as far away from the play as you could get.
Anyone who watches the highlights, do yourself a favor.
Re-watch the screen pass TD to Mike Wallace. You'll notice Tyson Clabo and Charles Clay get really nice blocks in space. But look closely at who is blocking the safety into the endzone as the play develops. It's Mike Pouncey. What a BEAST.
Had some Colts fans crying that he was down field on that block.
Us fans know better.
On the run by Luck , to be fair to Wake he had to extend and got his arm(s) on him but realistically in that position being stretched ,reaching out , he was not going to tackle Luck . Not from that position .
He threw it well enough to be caught, it could have been a yard farther and a TD yes. BUT as is it wasa critical play and he was not fully set to throw. the throw was crucial to us winning
From Bleacher Report:
I think you're wrong and these stats show me Tannehill is just in need of experience and maturation of his game.
Boy its a good thing the Dolphins won today, if they had lost Tannehill would really be getting slammed. My only thought is, that Tannehill has been sacked 9 times in two games, can he survive the year?
If Tannehill can still play as well as he has with those sacks, I think we'll b just fine, but we sure do need to improve the OL and protection of Tannehill, think what he could do without that much pressure.
Caleb Sturgis made two 54 yard field goals.
Nope, he drilled it.