big hit for the Phins

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    Re: big hit for the Phins

    In response to rkarp's comment:

    no I did not. I am not a reporter nor columnist. I am pretty tight with James Walker however, and he is. He is based in Miami, and is at most Dolphins practices and games. He did have a sit down interview with the Phins head coach Philbin, and asked Philbin how does he hope to beat the Pats? HIs reply was to give Tannyhill enough targes to create mismatch opportunities. He loved Keller in the seams against a LB, and thought both Wallace and Hartline were worthy of double teams. He did not mention Bess, but he was released, so I guess that says it all. will look for and post the link, or while you are sitting on the ESPN site all day, maybe you can find it?

    Buldgeoned. Checkmate. Your finished here troll. Now the rest of the board only has to sweep up and take out the garbage.  



     
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    Did RKrap just say he's tight with AFC East Blog moron James Walker and pretend that means something? Tears!



    Yes he did, and in the process he exposed you once again as a tool!!!

     


    Tears!

     
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    Re: big hit for the Phins

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    James Walker is clueless when it comes to analyzing ANYTHING about our team. FACT.



    From the title to the body of the thread, this is about the Dolphins, not the Pats.

    Bonehead.

     
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    Did you or did you not source Walker? The guy is mocked relentlessly by people who post comments under his blog, yet this is your source?



    Yeah, but people that post comments under a blog are people like you.

     

     
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    I am somewhat surprised over the amount of serious injuries that have occured after just two games. Does anyone know if this is a normal amount? Stars seem to be lining up for
    our team as many involve the Pats's main rivals. Quality depth is invaluable. So much for 18 game season.

     
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    Notice how all the trolls come out to defend and align with rkarp, mthurl, prolate, pateng, dueces, poptarts, babe, abczenno, hvac, and sun micro systems.

    I called this injury back in November when Keller was still with the Jets! Yet no one believed me then, just like no one believes it now. Well it happened folks! And it speaks of Bill Belichick's genius. He's laying in the weeds...tears...cheers. It's peanut butter jelly time folks and you're all witnesses.

    I bet rkarp will try and twist this thing around - like it was a good idea for the jets not to resign Keller - when I knew losing Keller was because of their cap situation and would weaken them, but I didn't say that, but I meant to. But I did, yes I did. Hey, am I talking out of both sides of my mouth again? 

    Got to go...got to meet up with those venture capatalists to start that salary cap app I've been talking about. This thing will revolutionalize sports.

     
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    Re: big hit for the Phins

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    Did RKrap just say he's tight with AFC East Blog moron James Walker and pretend that means something? Tears!

     



    Who are you tight with, your therapist?

     
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    Re: big hit for the Phins

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    Did you or did you not source Walker? The guy is mocked relentlessly by people who post comments under his blog, yet this is your source?

     



    Yeah, but people that post comments under a blog are people like you.

     

     

     



     when all the little Millenials who play video games would be blind as a bat drooling over Brady shredding some crap D in December.

     



    Sounds more like our running game than Brady.

     
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    Re: big hit for the Phins

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    SEATTLE (AP) -- It was the kind of night when Seattle coach Pete Carroll could make fun of Marshawn Lynch for having just 1 yard rushing in two preseason games.

    Seattle's 40-10 preseason victory over Denver became that kind of laugher. The Seahawks' ability to make big plays was apparent as they returned a kickoff and a fumble for touchdowns and their depth overwhelmed the Broncos in the second half.

    ''We had fun tonight, and played well, and we got out of there without getting anybody ba-nged up,'' Carroll said.

    Much of what happened on the field became a footnote after Denver's Derek Wolfe was loaded into an ambulance and taken to a local hospital in the first quarter. But Seattle's starting offense moved the ball with consistency for most of the first half after sputtering last week in San Diego.

    Meanwhile, the Broncos were sloppy with four turnovers and injuries are starting to become a concern for Denver.

    Here are five things that stood out about Seattle's win over Denver:

    1. DEREK WOLFE IS OK: Any time an ambulance is brought on the field, it's a scary moment. Denver's starting defensive end was taken off the field on a backboard and loaded into an ambulance early in the first quarter.

    Wolfe was initially cut on the play by Seattle's Luke Willson. As Wolfe was getting back up, fullback Michael Robinson collided with Wolfe and appeared to compress his head and neck. Wolfe remained on the ground and appeared to be moving his legs before medical personnel strapped him to a backboard.

    Scans showed that Wolfe didn't break any bones and he was cleared to fly back to Denver on the team charter. It's not clear how long he'll be sidelined.

    2. INJURIES ARE STARTING TO PILE UP IN DENVER: While Wolfe's injury was scary, right guard Louis Vazquez's left knee injury could be more problematic.

    The Broncos already lost starting center Dan Koppen to a knee injury and Vasquez's injury could be another blow to protecting Peyton Manning. Coach John Fox did not have an update on Vasquez after the game. Wes Welker (ankle) and Champ Bailey (foot) also were pulled a bit earlier than expected with minor injuries.

    ''We need to get a few guys that have been injured back on the field, try to form the identity and the chemistry of this team,'' Manning said. ''We haven't had all of our players at full speed, so hopefully that can start a little more this week, I know there were a few injuries tonight but we still have work we need to put in and improvements we need to make.''

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/seattle-overwhelms-denver-40-10-074720862--nfl.html



    I read that Vasquez is fine. Just tweaked it. Why are you so giddy over other teams injuries all the time? 

     
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    Re: big hit for the Phins

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    You heard it hear first, folks.  

    Queenie has proclaimed Ben Watson & Daniel Graham Busts and has said that BB "really really liked" Chad Jackson, that signing Ocho & Llloyd to three year guaranteed contracts for big money, then cutting them doesn't make them rental players and that fist round bust RasI was a great pick.



    Correct me if I'm wrong, wasn't Ras-I a high second round pick?

     

     
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    Do you have an MBA, or do you teach at a private school where it's not required?  Let's see if you can answer a basic question.

     



    Rusty getting more info on forum members for his...........

     
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