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Pats schadenfreude stat pack to enjoy and then ON TO BALTIMORE

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Vinny Fins, Sep 12, 2022.

  1. Vinny Fins

    Vinny Fins Feisty Brooklyn dolfan ️‍

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    -Tua is the only QB ever to beat Belichick’s pats four straight times

    -miami has when 5 of 6 home games against the Pats.

    -Bill’s only 4 game losing streak vs any opponent as Pats HC.

    That cheating piece of crap may own and intimidate the rest of the nfl and that mother****er still cant gameplan to beat the Sun.
     
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  2. Pauly

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    Mac Jones “the best Alabama QB in the NFL” is 0-3 against Tua.
     
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    Finatik Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Kyle Fuller got the start at cornerback in his first game with the Ravens, but the Baltimore native wasn’t able to get through the entire 24-9 win over the Jets.

    Fuller had to be helped off the field after hurting his knee in the final minutes of the win. Head coach John Harbaugh said the team would have a better idea about Fuller’s outlook after tests on Monday.

    “We don’t know for sure, we’ll see tomorrow with the MRI,” Harbaugh said, via the team’s website. “We have some reason for hope there.”

    Fuller was credited with three tackles in the game. The Ravens were playing without Marcus Peters, who was inactive as he continues to work his way back from last year’s torn ACL.
     
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    The Ravens are a definite threat, and it's a great early test to see how far we've come. However, on paper, the advantage has to go to Miami since we completely shut them down last season and we have returned that entire defense. If anything, it's our game to lose since we proved so much last season in that game- we gave the league the blueprint to shut Jackson down.

    They also have to prepare for our new offense with speed and talent at every turn- they have to come hard at Tua, but they have to leave the safeties back as well to prevent those quick strikes turning into TD's. It's a really tall task to shut Tua down due to his quick release and all the studs he now has around him. Just look at the Waddle TD this week- simple route, simple strike, and speed split THREE SAFETIES. NE was in prevent with their best defenders in position...didn't matter. That's what this offense brings, even though we can't fully see it yet.
     
  5. Finatik

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    And another injury for Baltimore:

    Ravens tackle Ja'Wuan James made it back on the field for Sunday’s game after missing the last two seasons, but he won’t be back for any other games this year. James was carted off in the second quarter after going down while pass blocking and the Ravens quickly announced that he was doubtful to return with an ankle injury. After the game, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh announced that James actually tore his Achilles.

    James tore his Achilles before the 2021 season while working out on his own. That led the Broncos to cut him and he spent the year recovering after signing with the Ravens, but now he’ll have to start the process all over again. The Ravens started James at left tackle because they didn’t feel Ronnie Stanley was ready to go after missing all of last year with an ankle injury. Patrick Mekari took over after James went down.
     

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