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  1. PatsSox363804

    PatsSox363804 In the Starting Line-Up

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    ***SUPERBOWL***

    I can't believe that the idiots in the media couldn't see the glaring weaknesses in that team that were apparent to all of us. Oh well, I'm enjoying every minute of their season thus far.
     
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    Glaring weaknesses? Questions, certainly, but I don't know about glaring weaknesses. For what it's worth, they're in every game and just don't know how to win games. By no means am I saying that they are any good but to call people predicting good things this year stupid, is stupid in it's own sense.
     
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    Lockdown06 On the Game Day Roster

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    all im going to say is how did chris chambers manage only 2 CATCHES TODAY against GREEN BAY!!! he killed my fantasy team.
     
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    DCPatsFan On the Roster

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    Wasn't it Dr. Z of SI that picked them to go the the SB?
     
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    Ceresco Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    and how about Greg Jennings 1-14, damn!
     
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    pats1 Moderator PatsFans.com Supporter

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    As I said 3 months ago:

    1972, baby. 1972.

    Now it's:

    1-6, baby. 1-6.
     
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    PatsSox363804 In the Starting Line-Up

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    Yeah, he picked Carolina over Miami.
     
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    Richter In the Starting Line-Up

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    Anyone with an ounce of football IQ saw the offensive line of the Dolphins as a glaring, no-scheme-can-cover-this-up weakness. Add to that the fact that Culpepper was hurt and is turnover prone, Ronnie Brown has never proved he can be an upper-echelon every down back, and the fact that the defense is aging... yeah, I'd say the glaring weaknesses were evident. Foresight was 20/20 in this case, for those with a semblence of football knowledge not wearing orange and teal tinted glasses.
     
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    Stupid ....... oh that's definitely YOU!
     
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    #24 Jersey

    Serious question:

    If Miami continues their slide, which i do not believe, who would be their biggest target going into the draft? Would it definitely be QB or would you go defensive line/defensive back? Maybe oline player (even though the theory of taking OL high i think is stupid). I'm actually cluelass as to who Miami would take. Position wise not player wise. Although if QB is not an option i would strongly urge Calvin Johnson.
     
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    patsox23 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    IT IS WORTH ABSOLUTELY F-ing ZERO. Seriously.
     
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    zippo59 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    In case anyone was wondering I am enjoying this thoroughly.
     
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    No Jersey Selected

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    I love how you challenge this fact based on opinions. In 2005 the OL allowed 4.4 YPC and only 25 sacks. It was basically the same line so why was it so crazy to think they would be good?
     
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    It really is a complex question. QB is out of the question. Daunte is our guy and I still have full confidence he can bounce back once he's healthy. I think we have too many other holes to take a WR although Calivn Johnson would be the BPA so who knows. I understand what you say about the OL in the first round but I almost think that might be the direction. I'm going to enjoy the football season and we'll talk about drafting in March.
     
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    I'm begining to understand that the differnce between good teams and bad teams is that the good ones win those games. All last year we had so many games that were coulda should woulda. But I realize that really doesn't mean anything. You have to finish in this league and if you don't, you simply aren't any good.
     
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    alamo praedica numerum! PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Excellent, grasshopper! Keep studying and you will undoubtedly become a Patriots fan :rolleyes:
     
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    hwc 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    Yep. Most NFL games are decided by a few key plays in critical situations, usually in the 4th quarter. You play the game to put your team in a position to win. Then, the team that has the poise to execute in crunch time gets the "W".
     
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    Never in this life time or even another one my friend. I will hate the Bills, Jets and Pats and love the Dolphins as long as I shall live.

    That's exactlly right. Back in the Wannstache era, that was the philosiphy. Keep the game close, and try to win it late. It worked about 9 or 10 times a season but the problem was our defense would get worn down. Now this team is doing the same thing except they just flat out aren't stepping up in clutch situations.
     
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    Dude.

    The Dolphins lost AT HOME to the Green Bay Packers!

    They lost to the Houstan Texans!

    Their one win this year was a nailbiting come-from-behind win AT HOME against the Tennessee Titans!

    Pleeeeeeeeeezzzzze........................
     

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