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Philbin non-comital to Ryan Tannehill against Oakland

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by SICK, Sep 22, 2014.

  1. Roll Tide

    Roll Tide New Member

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    We can all agree on RT's failings, the problem is that he owns them, and they can't be traded away.

    About the beat writers, all the good ones have moved on to bigger and better things for Miami. A mediocre team with mediocre writers read by a population without passion.
     
  2. slickj101

    slickj101 Is Water

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    This is what I'm seeing as well. The evading pressure concerns me bc on a lot of these plays I feel like he'd take off running if this was last season.
     
  3. SICK

    SICK Lounge Moderator

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    It's obvious, but just got a alert that Dolphin players have been told RT is starting this week.
     
  4. finyank13

    finyank13 Reality Check

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    Because last year, he was better than Moore and is this year as well.....Matt Moore isn't starting for this team next year therefore he is a lame duck, give RT every opportunity this year to see what you have.....

    Hell RIGHT NOW I fire Philbin and give Lazor a 13 game audition.....
     
  5. cuchulainn

    cuchulainn Táin Bó Cúailnge Club Member

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    Losing against the raiders would inexcusable... especially given how bad Dennis Allen's record is.

    Worst Head Coaches in NFL History by Win%

    1. Bert Bell 1936-1941 - Record: 10-46-2 Win%.179

    2. Dennis Allen 2012-2014 - Record: 8-27-0 Win% .229 - Current Raiders HC - http://www.pro-football-reference.com/coaches/AlleDe0.htm

    3. David Shula - Record: 19-53-0 Win% .264

    4. Jimmy Phlehan 1948-1952 - Record 13-35-2 Win% .271

    5. Dave McGinnis 2000-2003 - Record 17-40-0 Win% .298

    7. Joe Bugel 1990-1997 - Record 24-56-0 Win% .300

    12. Mike Nolan 2005-2008 - Record 18-37-0 Win%.327

    13. Romeo Crennel 2005-2012 - Record 28-55-0 Win% .337

    19. Jim Schwartz 2009-2013 - Record 29-51-0 Win% .363 1 Playoff Appearance

    35. Eric Mangini 2006-2010 - Record 33-47-0 Win% .413 1 Playoff Appearance

    38. Richie Kotite - Record 41-57 Win% .418

    44. Chan Gailey 1998-2012 - Record 34-46-0 Win% .425 2 Playoff Appearances

    60. Tony Sporano 2008-2011 - Record 29-32-0 Win% 475 1 Playoff Appearance

    There were some notable omissions on this list because they were correctly fired before getting anywhere near a 3rd season.

    Cam Cameron 1-15, Rod Rust 1-15, Lou Holtz 3-10, Lane Kiffin 5-15, Marty Morninweg 5-27
     
  6. RickyNeverInhaled

    RickyNeverInhaled Well-Known Member

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    i just heard on nfl network that jeff darlington says multiple players have confirmed that Tannehill is starting. no surprise
     
  7. finyank13

    finyank13 Reality Check

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