James and Tunsil Could Have Played, but now are Ruled OUT

The toughness and resiliency of the Miami Dolphins’ offensive linemen showed up yet again today, with both Laremy Tunsil and Ju’Wuan James opting out of playing in an important game.

Yes, I know leg injuries are serious business, but with these particular injuries–which allowed both men to practice during the week–they were playable.    Just like Josh Sitton and Daniel Kilgore could have played this year instead of opting out.

And yet the media (and Adam Gase) keeps claiming that the Dolphins will give their all for Adam Gase.   Have any of you seen this?

By the way, backup Ted Larsen is out too.   We are literally playing 5th stringers on the offensive line.   Welcome back, Sam Young.

Anyway, GAME DAY CHAT starting soon.

Thank you, Titans, by the way.

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  1. I didn’t have the greatest feeling about this game already, and now pactch up O line and Rashad Jones punishment is first quarter out, not looking good. But who knows, if we can get the upset we’ll only be one game back of the Pats, thanks to Tennessee!

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      Ridiculous. Punish Jones financially. Hit him where it hurts. DON’T give him what he wants. ( The ability to sit.)

      Adam Gase school of discipline: “Oh, so you want to sit on the bench and not play? Okay, well I’m going to punish you by making you sit on the bench and not play.”

  2. The Dolphins are a carnival side show….

    1. I wouldn’t insult carnival side shows that badly!

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