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Old 15.12.2013, 09:30 PM
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Just wow. Do we BELIEVE?!?
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Old 15.12.2013, 09:36 PM
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Just wow. Do we BELIEVE?!?
lol... I really want to believe... but being a Dolphins supporter for all these years, kind of makes you paranoid.

We'll probably blow it against the Jets and Bills now!!
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Old 15.12.2013, 09:39 PM
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Lets be happy for now that after 4 years, we're done with losing seasons...
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Old 15.12.2013, 09:40 PM
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Great win, best in quite a few years. Tannehill really showed up today, when he had time to throw he was perfect. I'll stop doubting now!
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Old 15.12.2013, 09:48 PM
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Wow what a win and what a turnaround this season looked dead a few weeks ago. Tannehill is really starting to look good.
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Old 15.12.2013, 09:52 PM
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Ok.. we are beginning to look pretty good Tannehill was a difference maker .. still has some growth issues but is definitely getting there.. boy what a win.. I was so so nervous my palms were sweaty at the end of that ...
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Old 15.12.2013, 09:59 PM
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Ok.. we are beginning to look pretty good Tannehill was a difference maker .. still has some growth issues but is definitely getting there.. boy what a win.. I was so so nervous my palms were sweaty at the end of that ...
lol... it seems to have been like that every week this year!!

Why can't the Fins just make it easy on us, and blow everyone out?!!
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Old 15.12.2013, 10:36 PM
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Anyone else have a bad feeling on 4th down when we went screen to Clay?
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Old 15.12.2013, 10:43 PM
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Anyone else have a bad feeling on 4th down when we went screen to Clay?
I was on my feet with hands place on top of my head with my backside twitching .. I thought we had blown it once that ball was snapped.. what a relief when he made the yardage.. it was then that I thought we might just do it.. I was still bricking it for that last NE drive though ...

anyone seen this yet: http://deadspin.com/tom-brady-blames...ium=socialflow
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Old 15.12.2013, 10:57 PM
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Anyone else have a bad feeling on 4th down when we went screen to Clay?
Yep. Tannehill did not make it easy for him... it was not a particularly accurate pass considdering how short it was, and Clay kind of had to fight just to make the catch at all... as soon as that happened I thought the play was doomed. But a great cut by Clay and a great block by Sims, and the rest is history!

I did agree with the call to go for it on 4th down there though. I know that Phil Simms in the comentary thought that because they still had all 3 time outs they should have punted. And normally I would agree with that. However, against Tom Brady and the Pats' efficent offense, I think the Dolphins had to go for it, otherwise they may never have got the ball back.

Against lesser teams, yes they should have punted. But against the Pats and a handful of other high octane teams around the league, Philbin and Sherman were spot on to go for it in that situation IMO.

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