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    I remember a story about a pizza place who promised to reduce the price of pizza 1$ for every TD Jax scored. They were giveing away free pizza in the 4th quarter. I remember wanting Dan to deck Jimmy sooo bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spydertl79
    I remember a story about a pizza place who promised to reduce the price of pizza 1$ for every TD Jax scored. They were giveing away free pizza in the 4th quarter. I remember wanting Dan to deck Jimmy sooo bad.
    i really don't think dan was as ready to come back as a person would think. it was all jimmy. the fans wanted marino and jimmy supplied him! that was jimm's way of saying he was smarter and get marino out of dodge! :mad:
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    wha whaaaaat
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    who was on that jacksonville team. I remember the stomping, but cant remember who was doing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spydertl79
    The worse one I remember is that 63-7 loss to Jacksonville that ended Dan's career.:cry:
    It was actually 62-7, not that it makes much difference. yea that was the worst game I've ever seen too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outrider01
    who was on that jacksonville team. I remember the stomping, but cant remember who was doing it.
    Mark Brunell-QB, Fred Taylor-RB, Tony Boselli-OT, Keenan Mccardell-WR. It was hard to tell them apart they were moving so fast. It was all a blurr. Our great Defense was worn out after the intense effort in Seattle and had no legs left thanks to JJ's run-em-into-the-ground practice regimen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphan39
    If so, go to my finHeaven site and click any of the links for a year: http://dolphan39.finheaven.com, i.e. http://dolphan39.finheaven.com/Fromthegame1995.html and you will see a list of from the game articles from the Sun, i.e. http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/f...me121295.story

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    Quote Originally Posted by tex2731
    Mark Brunell-QB, Fred Taylor-RB, Tony Boselli-OT, Keenan Mccardell-WR. It was hard to tell them apart they were moving so fast. It was all a blurr. Our great Defense was worn out after the intense effort in Seattle and had no legs left thanks to JJ's run-em-into-the-ground practice regimen.

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    Well they were 14-2 that year, and were favored to beat us in their home. However i dont think they should have disgraced us 62-7 like that, especially in Dans final game. They had Jimmy Smith, Tony Brackens, Carnell Lake, Leon Searcy, Kevin Hardy to name a few other quality all-pro's, but nothing to the point of a 62-7 beat down....that was tragic.
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    Firefox can't find the server at dolphan39.finheaven.com.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QB2RonnieTD23
    Well they were 14-2 that year, and were favored to beat us in their home. However i dont think they should have disgraced us 62-7 like that, especially in Dans final game. They had Jimmy Smith, Tony Brackens, Carnell Lake, Leon Searcy, Kevin Hardy to name a few other quality all-pro's, but nothing to the point of a 62-7 beat down....that was tragic.
    That season was upsetting, excpessially when it got to the point where you just knew we would be better off with out dan. I think we were doing great then his first game back he threw like 3 or 4 picks and dallas killed us.
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