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Strangeworld
11-16-2010, 02:29 AM
The odds of Henne and Pennington going down in the same game coupled with a short week that all but guarantees that Thigpen will start has to be the work of the "football gods".

Serendipity baby!

afishfan
11-16-2010, 03:19 AM
The odds of Henne and Pennington going down in the same game coupled with a short week that all but guarantees that Thigpen will start has to be the work of the "football gods".

Serendipity baby!

lol....yeah probably about the ONLY thing that would have ever allowed the only qb on the roster that ever realistically had a chance to lead this team to anything significant.

LVFinsFan
11-16-2010, 03:23 AM
It will only be divine intervention if thigpen pans out and does an amazing job. If he sucks then this board will implode.

WVDolphan
11-16-2010, 03:26 AM
The odds of Henne and Pennington going down in the same game coupled with a short week that all but guarantees that Thigpen will start has to be the work of the "football gods".

Serendipity baby!

Especially with Jake Long at LT.

Everyone knows, that selecting Matt Ryan wouldve been a waste, because if we didnt draft Jake Long any QB we had was going to get killed.

It makes perfect sense too. Because in the last 2 seasons, we have lost our starting QB to injury(and not counting Pennington this season, although he ironically injured himself by having his arm slammed into Long's ***). Pennington last year in game 3, had been the starter at the beginning of the season and all the way up till he was lost for the year with injury while Jake Long was playing LT. Henne this year was lost in game 9 with injury, while Jake Long was the LT.

In the meantime, Ryan, without Jake Long as his LT, has somehow managed to not get injured through 2 and a half seasons.

Wierd. I figured they would be scraping him off the field without Jake Long as his LT.

LVFinsFan
11-16-2010, 03:29 AM
It helps that thigpen is mobile...
Henne looks like he has cement in his shoes.

randomname
11-16-2010, 06:52 AM
Option A)
Thigpen goes back to his normal boom or bust self, and shows us WHY he was third string QB, albeit a good third string QB.
Result -
Everybody gets to have fun bashing Jake Long for not being some kind of Norse god and injuring all opposing defensive linemen before the ball is even snapped, because that's what first overall picks are supposed to do.

Option B)
Thigpen actually plays well and starts a QB controversy over who should be our starting QB.
Result -
Everybody gets to claim how brilliant they were for seeing Thigpen's talents when those horribly inept coaches couldn't, and talk about how happy they are that two of our own QBs got injured because they obviously sucked since they weren't Dan Marino.




I guess it's a win-win situation for... some people.

thefranchisedef
11-16-2010, 07:02 AM
Especially with Jake Long at LT.

Everyone knows, that selecting Matt Ryan wouldve been a waste, because if we didnt draft Jake Long any QB we had was going to get killed.

It makes perfect sense too. Because in the last 2 seasons, we have lost our starting QB to injury(and not counting Pennington this season, although he ironically injured himself by having his arm slammed into Long's ***). Pennington last year in game 3, had been the starter at the beginning of the season and all the way up till he was lost for the year with injury while Jake Long was playing LT. Henne this year was lost in game 9 with injury, while Jake Long was the LT.

In the meantime, Ryan, without Jake Long as his LT, has somehow managed to not get injured through 2 and a half seasons.

Wierd. I figured they would be scraping him off the field without Jake Long as his LT.

um, matt ryan did get injured...

Daytona Fin
11-16-2010, 08:00 AM
The odds of Henne and Pennington going down in the same game coupled with a short week that all but guarantees that Thigpen will start has to be the work of the "football gods".

Serendipity baby!

what kind of intervention will it be if thigpen gets hurt?

NYinBostonFin
11-16-2010, 08:18 AM
Too bad Sage Rosenfelds never got this lucky when he was here.

phinfan2003
11-16-2010, 08:24 AM
All I want from Thigpen to play just a little better than he did with KC. If he can give us that, we won't skip a beat.

AZStryker
11-16-2010, 08:37 AM
The odds of Henne and Pennington going down in the same game coupled with a short week that all but guarantees that Thigpen will start has to be the work of the "football gods".

Serendipity baby!

No, devine intervention would be you both your and WV's computers crashing.

SirDrums
11-16-2010, 08:44 AM
divine intervention for us or the Bears?

Vaark
11-16-2010, 09:09 AM
Especially with Jake Long at LT.

Everyone knows, that selecting Matt Ryan wouldve been a waste, because if we didnt draft Jake Long any QB we had was going to get killed.

It makes perfect sense too. Because in the last 2 seasons, we have lost our starting QB to injury(and not counting Pennington this season, although he ironically injured himself by having his arm slammed into Long's ***). Pennington last year in game 3, had been the starter at the beginning of the season and all the way up till he was lost for the year with injury while Jake Long was playing LT. Henne this year was lost in game 9 with injury, while Jake Long was the LT.

In the meantime, Ryan, without Jake Long as his LT, has somehow managed to not get injured through 2 and a half seasons.

Wierd. I figured they would be scraping him off the field without Jake Long as his LT.


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DisturbedShifty
11-16-2010, 09:12 AM
It will only be divine intervention if thigpen pans out and does an amazing job. If he sucks then this board will implode.

This. I honestly don't see why people think Thigpen is the answer to all our problems.

Akronfinfan36
11-16-2010, 09:40 AM
The odds of Henne and Pennington going down in the same game coupled with a short week that all but guarantees that Thigpen will start has to be the work of the "football gods".

Serendipity baby!

So, the 'football gods' shined down on the Dolphins Sunday by having both of our QBs get injured? You're a freaking idiot. And, quit using large words that seemingly shouldn't be in your vocabulary.

Do you want to know why the Dolphins have been mired in mediocrity for so long? Because we have fans like you...and the 'football gods' are looking down on us.

Wildbill3
11-16-2010, 11:24 AM
I suppose it'd be too ****ing much to ask that you show just a little bit of class asshat. Don't pull out the God injuried Henne so the dolphins could win games bull****.

shula_guy
11-16-2010, 11:44 AM
Especially with Jake Long at LT.

Everyone knows, that selecting Matt Ryan wouldve been a waste, because if we didnt draft Jake Long any QB we had was going to get killed.

It makes perfect sense too. Because in the last 2 seasons, we have lost our starting QB to injury(and not counting Pennington this season, although he ironically injured himself by having his arm slammed into Long's ***). Pennington last year in game 3, had been the starter at the beginning of the season and all the way up till he was lost for the year with injury while Jake Long was playing LT. Henne this year was lost in game 9 with injury, while Jake Long was the LT.

In the meantime, Ryan, without Jake Long as his LT, has somehow managed to not get injured through 2 and a half seasons.

Wierd. I figured they would be scraping him off the field without Jake Long as his LT.

:rolleyes2: :enforcer: :rolleyes2:

You are like a broken record

Your posts have gotten redundant and predictable

Nice posting :rolleyes2:

X-Pacolypse
11-17-2010, 12:43 AM
Don't be silly. There is no such thing as a "God" or "gods."