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Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by joeydolfan, Aug 26, 2008.
Sparano: What do you think henne?
Henne: Nothing Coach.
Sparano: Nothing? Thats not a good thing for a quarterback. Kind of a stupid answer. I dont want to believe that in 4 years at michigan you learned nothing.
that was awesome! nice one coach! how can you not like this guy
Not sure if this up anywhere. Just saw it earlier on NFLN, now its up online
The growing consensus from the "experts" around the league seems to be in line with what we tend to think. This team is much better than last year's team and will fight each and every week.
I like Sparano's comment about Fasano jumping the gun on the snap count, "No head starts, if you're slow, than your slow!"
We working around here? We having a staff meeting. I like his style. Hopefully we put a better product on the field with more wins and excitement then what we went through last year. Thanks for the link.
joeydolfan had posted this earlier this evening...
i LOVE the little chat he has with Henne!
That's Excellent ...Fasano made a couple nice catches hope he carries it over to regular season
Dang! I believe I am falling in love with a man named Tony Sparano.
I haven't loved a coach's demeanour this much since I saw old Vince Lombardi footage.
What is it about brusque little Italians?
Rod Woodson likes our LBs. That must mean our LBs suck.
And, sorry to be picky, but its Sparano, not Sporano.
Rod Woodson has be in love with Miami's linebackers the past few years.
We def got to see the PG version of Sporano at practice.
I'm sure the R version is even more entertaining.
Did Bess say that?
Either way, I like that Sparano makes them buckle up. It sends a message. That message...."do your job! and nothing else!!!"
Love coach.....he really personifies what an NFL coach should look and talk like !
But I want to make a note here, that I believe you are not seeing a Parcells puppet out there. This guy is doing his own thing and I believe Parcells will only interfere when he sees something desperately wrong. I think we are seeing this team emerge, as it should, with the coachs' personality - tough, hard nosed, and doggedly determined. Isn't that what you saw last week on that goal line stance ????
Put that in your beanie and think about it !
I kinda grew up in a contruction company in NJ. Sparano sounds like every Super I've ever had to deal with.
NOICE! I was just about to post this... LOVE IT! Rod is a good man!