Senorise Perry, a backup Dolphin running back for several seasons, is now on the Bills.  Perry is a little-used substitute on an awful team in a city with zero sports titles.  This part isn’t newsworthy.  No one cares. So why the news?  Perry has chosen to wear #32.   The Bills have not allowed anyone to wear that number since The Juice left Buffalo in the late 1970s.   It’s a pretty ballsy move for Perry to request that number.   Gotta give him credit. Perry, along with 2018 leading Dolphin rusher Frank Gore, are both in the Bills’ backfield this season. Despite OJ’s legal claims to fame,Read More →

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So we’ll be a taking a bit of a hiatus for the first few weeks in May. I’ll leave everything up and running so you guys can talk about all things Dolphins. It’s encouraging to see that we’re all on the same page about Josh Rosen having some potential.   Some are more enthusiastic than others, but at least the enthusiasm and anticipation is there.   It’s been quite a while for that.  No one is saying “Rosen and Fitzpatrick both suck.  We should traded away the farm to draft Kyler Murray.”  It’s nice that we all seem to agree. Enjoy, and keep on chatting…Read More →

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Make no mistake about this:   Coach Brian Flores and GM Chris Grier know who their starting QB is. Don’t be fooled by the politically correct nonsense about “it will be a competition,” and “we’ll have to see.”  They know already.   Of course they know.   It’s fine that they don’t want to share the information yet, but at least say “No comment” rather than pretending they are unsure. But, us Dolphin fans are used to getting lied to.   Like when Tricky Nicky Saban said, “I am not going to Alabama” or when Big Bill Parcells said, “I will not trade Jason Taylor. ” Or when StephenRead More →

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Well, apparently we’re stuck with Charles Harris as our leading sack monster.   He has two sacks in two years, and yet our brain trusts thought it was better to waste draft picks on running backs and a project LB with pretty long hair who left many pundits scratching their heads.   We really really needed a DE or two. That being said, despite an underwhelming Saturday, we made some great strides Thursday and Friday.   I’m on board with Josh Rosen and, for once, I’m not going to criticize management for trying this. Let’s hope his attitude issues are in the past.   HeRead More →

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We might be getting close to a new QB… I don’t know enough about the guy to judge yet, but i know he was highly touted LAST year.   During the season, he had a lot of bust-like qualities.  But did he get a fair shot with that awful Cardinal line? I’m excited for now.   The promise of a first-round pick (last year) for our 2nd-round pick this year seems fair.    I’d prefer a 3rd or 4th rounder, but we’ll see.Read More →

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By popular demand, I’ll open up the draft room tonight.    I’ll be in an out myself, but you guys can discuss it and debate. Dolphins Truth Chat Room After a lot of back and forth, my own personal choice is QB Daniel Jones.   If not, then a DE.   We were too cheap to pay our existing DEs, so now we have to draft at least 3 new ones, possibly 4.   I can live with drafting a QB as long as we get a stud DE. Your final thoughts?    Read More →

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First things first… Here’s a whopper from the Miami Herald, and it proves what I’ve been saying about Stephen Ross all along… “Ending the year on the road is no big surprise; the Dolphins prefer it because it helps preserve Hard Rock Stadium‘s field for the Orange Bowl.” Good ol’ Stephen Ross!  Always placing the interests of college football ahead of his own team.   What an unfortunate owner we have.   He should be pounding on Goodell’s door demanding we finish at home, instead of “preferring” we play on the road. At least he’s not sending us to Europe this year! Seems like weeks 14, 15,Read More →

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I know it’s not a big deal to most people, but the last few unqualified Dolphins head coaches have repeated the same word far too often, and it always bothered me.   On the first day of practice, Brian Flores went there as well. ”I’m living the dream,” he said. ”It has been a learning process. Like the players, I try to learn and improve every day. This begins the phase I enjoy the most: coaching football. Today is a special day for me.” I don’t want a coach who needs to LEARN coaching.   I don’t want a coach who needs to LEARN football.     I don’tRead More →

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The NFL typically releases its schedule on the Thursday before the draft.   That makes it this Thursday, April 18. There’s not guarantee of this, but that’s what recent history tells us.  April 18,  I don’t know about you guys, but I don’t have much enthusiasm this time around. The Dolphins are a much weaker team than last year. The Patriots are champions and better than ever, meaning we have zero chance of doing anything good this year.  Our owner talks a good talk, and he certainly fooled me when he fired Arrogant Adam Gase, but he doesn’t care about the Dolphins’ success.  Our Head CoachRead More →

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How about this blurb at the bottom of Brian Flores’ picture?  Read More →

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Ross has let this team become such an embarrassment. There’s simply no identity to the Miami Dolphins.   32 teams in the league, and 31 team apps enthusiastically describe the team and promote fandom.   One team app enthusiastically asks you to buy Hard Rock Cafe shot glasses. To make up for Ross allowing this nonsense to usurp our app, he went out and hired an experienced head coach and….ooops, never mind. By the way, Matt Moore is now working on our scouting department.   One of the very few Dolphins front office men who played in the NFL.  Have ANY of our coaches or coordinators ever putRead More →

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A couple of Patriots tidbits that affect the Dolphins.  Maybe. Rob Gronkowski, who fell down to enable the Miami Miracle to take place, has retired.  Whoever his backup is will probably score 5 TDs and gain 400 yards against the Dolphins.  We are consistently the worst team in the world at covering TEs, especially backups. Pats owner Robert Kraft continues to embarrass himself.   If he just pled guilty and allowed a few jokes at his expense, it would be water under the bridge by now.  But since he refuses to admit to any wrongdoing, he is making it worse. By the way (and this seemsRead More →

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I thought it was a new day.  I fell for it.  I fell for Stephen Ross’s words when he said it was a new day and when he said he won’t try the same old things again and expect a different result. He said all of that on one of the greatest Dolphin days in the past decade:  the day he finally fired Adam Gase. There are very few positive, smart decisions that Ross has made during his ownership.  Firing Gase was a huge one.  It almost made me forget about all the other nonsense Ross puts us through.  But, alas, the positive feeling was shortRead More →

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While I was elated to be rid of Arrogant Adam Gase, I have a bit of a heavy heart in saying goodbye to Ryan Tannehill. He did some good things here, and you guys know, I always appreciated his toughness and loyalty.   However, his faults were simply too many to be ignored and too serious to be tolerated. Listen, Adam Gase’s playcalling put Tannehill in a position to fail.  But sometimes, even when you’re in a losing position, you need to make things happen.  RT17 rarely did that.  He’s going to be a Titan now, and with oft-injured, gimpy Marcy Mariota on that team, thatRead More →

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I’m not gonna write a lot here, because the news keeps coming in faster than I can write.   Let’s just use this space to comment on what’s going on and our thoughts. Out of all the stupid news that has occurred since Ross finally fired Arrogant Adam, the WORST news is that the Dolphins are re-signing DeVante parker for two more excruciating years. Here is my prediction for Parker over the next 2 years (32 games): He’ll be “hurt” and unable to play in 21 of those 32 games.  He’ll drop 19 passes per year.   He’ll run slow, lazy routes 90% of the time.  HeRead More →

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Looks like Danny Amendola is gone for sure.  Dolphins already score 50 or 60 points per game anyway, so there is no need to hang onto a clutch receiver who never ever drops a ball. Who needs offense, right? Cameron Wake is rumored to be gone.  Who wants a quiet, confident, productive team leader. Robert Quinn and Andre branch appear to be gone as well.  When you cut your best pass rusher, you may as well cut BOTH of his backups as well.   Now we have such great depth with Bust Charles Harris at the top of the list, and zero backups. Tannehill is more thanRead More →

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When we first heard the joyous words that Stephen Ross had fired Adam Gase, my first instinct was to then plead for Ross to hire Rex Ryan. Or Mike McCarthy.   A lot of folks disagreed with me, and that’s fine.   But one theme that most of my readers here agreed with was that we needed someone with experience. Ross had given audition jobs to inexperienced and unqualified first-timers like Clueless Joey Philbin and Arrogant Adam Gase.  Neither man had head coaching experience–anywhere at any level.  Both men had always had others making the big decisions for them   Both men failed in Miami.  Both men lostRead More →

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