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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 6:07 pm 
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He went up against a back-up LT, but I can't wait to see how many pressures he got officially.

On every big play in the 2nd half he was on Ryan's butt.

I don't know how the hell we won, BUT 3-0 FEELS darn GOOD! :runwiththeball: :runwiththeball: :runwiththeball:


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No Cam Wake, No Paul Soliai, no problems. Miami get's the job done and get a HUGE win.....Hollaaaa..... :runwiththeball:

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 6:13 pm 
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No Cam Wake, No Paul Soliai, no problems. Miami get's the job done and get a HUGE win.....Hollaaaa..... :runwiththeball:


Actually huge problems without those two haha.

BUT WE GOT THE W!!!!!!

Wake/Soliai/Patterson need to be back next week if we don't want to get run out of the building though.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 6:25 pm 
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I hope Wake is OK, but what valuable playing time for Jordan, and yes, he looked really good.


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No Cam Wake, No Paul Soliai, no problems. Miami get's the job done and get a HUGE win.....Hollaaaa..... :runwiththeball:


No Koa Misi either. He hurt his shoulder in the first half.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:06 pm 
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Yeap....Its been a long time since I saw a Miami Team get beat so bad on the field and still win the game. A long time.


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It was definitely a problem with out Paul and then Miami loses Cam.....But they kept battling and made plays when they had to.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:08 pm 
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At one time, they had their entire backup DL in there and 1 backup LB....I find it amazing that they actually played better than the starters.


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Absolutely positively the reason why we needed another pass rusher this past offseason!!!!!


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:15 pm 
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Amazing resolve to pull this win out. Did you see Dion Sims getting his arm pulled down and he made that stud one handed catch? I didn't see a flag thrown which would have been a tragedy had he not caught that pass. He was flat out being mugged and calmly hauled that pass in.

Kudos to the entire team as I just did not see this happening. Atlanta had the ball for 37:09 minutes to our 22:51. Miami no sacks either but man did Dion Jordan bring the heat at the end of the game.

How cool was it to listen to 70,000 fans going nuts and what I love is the speaker system has brought back those great fire up the crowd noises too.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:19 pm 
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Wait a min. what is all of this about. Dion Jordan is a bust everyone knows that. ; )

By the way when are we going to cut Clay, Thomas, and Hartline too. Sorry although I could resist I did not want too bad enough.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:22 pm 
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Amazing resolve to pull this win out. Did you see Dion Sims getting his arm pulled down and he made that stud one handed catch? I didn't see a flag thrown which would have been a tragedy had he not caught that pass. He was flat out being mugged and calmly hauled that pass in.

Kudos to the entire team as I just did not see this happening. Atlanta had the ball for 37:09 minutes to our 22:51. Miami no sacks either but man did Dion Jordan bring the heat at the end of the game.

How cool was it to listen to 70,000 fans going nuts and what I love is the speaker system has brought back those great fire up the crowd noises too.


The LB even had a hold of his Jersey on the arm he used to catch the ball as he was trying to get off the LOS. The manchild pullled the one arm free and the rest is history...I'd love to see him step up with Clay....

How many of you held your breath when Clay got up and dropped that football when it wasn't clear he was touched....I was panicked. The replay clearly showed the defender's foot hitting him but man these young players got to pay more attention.


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Wait a min. what is all of this about. Dion Jordan is a bust everyone knows that. ; )

By the way when are we going to cut Clay, Thomas, and Hartline too. Sorry although I could resist I did not want too bad enough.


That Hartline is overpaid and only scores 1 TD

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Wait a min. what is all of this about. Dion Jordan is a bust everyone knows that. ; )

By the way when are we going to cut Clay, Thomas, and Hartline too. Sorry although I could resist I did not want too bad enough.


That Hartline is overpaid and only scores 1 TD

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 8:49 pm 
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Agree, crowd was awesome to see, we have not won this type of game in a long time. This type of win builds that winning attidude we need.


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And let's not forget the good people at PFT telling us how Jeft Ireland spent so reckless in the off season and how the Dolphins were on a dead end road!!..


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 9:17 pm 
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That Hartline is overpaid and only scores 1 TD
It only took him 4 Yrs to get more than 1 TD per. Kudos to him for breaking the 3 Yr trend of 1 TD per. 8 TDs in 63 Career starts is not a pretty stat.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 4:29 am 
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8 TDs in 63 Career starts is not a pretty stat.

He has been very valuable for a 4th round pick and considering Ted Ginn over shadowed him at Ohio State and was our first round pick that year. It can take receivers a few years in this league to get going and he is now our version of John Elway's Ed McCaffrey.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:06 am 
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8 TDs in 63 Career starts is not a pretty stat.

He has been very valuable for a 4th round pick and considering Ted Ginn over shadowed him at Ohio State and was our first round pick that year. It can take receivers a few years in this league to get going and he is now our version of John Elway's Ed McCaffrey.


It took Welker some time too...Please that talk was rubbish...And the cut Clay..ohh boy


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And the cut Clay..ohh boy

I was one of the cut Clay guys. Fortunately, he has literally done a complete about face because he was just awful in preseason and from the last season.

I am very glad he has made me eat my own words as he is starting to live up to his abilities and why he was drafted to begin with.

Hartline though, he has always caught the ball and run good routes and he is really turned out to be a great draft pick.


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He went up against a back-up LT, but I can't wait to see how many pressures he got officially.

On every big play in the 2nd half he was on Ryan's butt.



He was getting a good push on both sides, he was lined up LE and RE. It was mostly just a bull rush, but he was using his length to stand guys up and push backwards..

Was very impressed with how he filled in, looking forward to seeing his name oppositte wake on the starting lineup next week.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 7:45 am 
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He went up against a back-up LT, but I can't wait to see how many pressures he got officially.

On every big play in the 2nd half he was on Ryan's butt.



He was getting a good push on both sides, he was lined up LE and RE. It was mostly just a bull rush, but he was using his length to stand guys up and push backwards..

Was very impressed with how he filled in, looking forward to seeing his name oppositte wake on the starting lineup next week.


Even against the run he actually played well. One of the few guys in the 1st half who stood it up respectably.

Definitely needs to get more playing time.


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Even against the run he actually played well. One of the few guys in the 1st half who stood it up respectably.

Definitely needs to get more playing time.


Yeah, I was really watching him closely during the second half. He was not over persuing trying to make a big play, or doing anything fancy.

Derrick Shelby also played very well, I noticed in the second half there was alot of 95/79 out there, it looked like Vernon lost his job somewhere during yesterdays game.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 10:39 am 
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vernon was making plays and getting good push....just getting him air..the turnover in the 1st was killer for the defense, that and losing wake along with the others streesed the depth...and they still won!


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@PFF: Working on Lamar Holmes, Dion Jordan picked up a hit & 4 hurries on 20 pass rushes - best pass rushing productivity of 43 DEs this week

https://twitter.com/pff/status/382209233350963200


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@PFF: Working on Lamar Holmes, Dion Jordan picked up a hit & 4 hurries on 20 pass rushes - best pass rushing productivity of 43 DEs this week

https://twitter.com/pff/status/382209233350963200


He also had a QB hit... for a total of 5 pressures.

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Hartline is quickly becoming my favorite player. His passion for the game is overwhelming.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 8:12 pm 
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Hartline is quickly becoming my favorite player. His passion for the game is overwhelming.


Overpaid :)


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