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    Quote Originally Posted by WesternNYDolfan View Post
    Tony's mistakes are on par with the type of judgement errors Belichick makes, but the difference is of course he has a QB to win the games they need so those mistakes aren't amplified as much.
    Hilarious.

    Dont fire a proven bad coach, instead just go out and find a hall of fame quarterback! Why didnt we see it all sooner! I see no holes in this plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gofins60 View Post
    Miami went 11-5 because of an easy 1-15 schedule and the fact that the Wildcat took a lot of teams by surprise. Pennington was a decent game manager, but not a franchise QB. How did the WC go over in 2009? Hah! Three WC plays in the red zone for no yards and a FG... that was our offensive strategy. Now we have a different OC and what's the result? Reggie Bush up the middle twice for a loss in the red zone, a sack, and then a FG. Why can't we use our power running game to score on the goal line? Because Ireland/Sparano still can't put together a dominant o-line after 4 years. Well, surely a top-notch QB can score in the red zone against a good defense? Sure, but this team has had no interest in using top draft picks on a QB, ever. This is a mediocre team led by mediocre leadership that will never go beyond the occasional first round playoff loss. I blame Parcells, and anyone associated with, or brought in by him needs to be replaced.
    Such a BS reply, who cares if we had a easy schedule you do realize your record only determines 3 of the games you play that season, the rest of the season is the same as everyone else; we went to the playoffs. How is the Wildcat a knock on Tony? I'd say that shows a coach willing to think outside of the box to maximize his offense.

    Dan Henning's ****ty offense the following seasons is not Sparano's fault, Parcells kept him on.

    We won't use a top pick on a QB EVER???? are you f'ing serious, out of the 4 drafts they've had they've picked 2 QB's and those QB's were the Tuna's choice. Do you honestly think they won't be picking a QB first this year???

    God, some of you are so blinded by hate you can't see beyond your own ***.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spesh View Post
    Hilarious.

    Dont fire a proven bad coach, instead just go out and find a hall of fame quarterback! Why didnt we see it all sooner! I see no holes in this plan.
    He's not a proven bad coach. He's proven he can lead this team to the playoffs.
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    Teflon Tony. The guy isn't responsible for a single bad thing on this 3-8 team, or the back-to-back 7-9 teams before it.

    Each year it's been a different coordinator's fault. This year he need a QB, because apparently he's the only head coach in the NFL that has zero say in personnel decisions...unless they're good personnel decisions of course, I bet his name was written all over bringing in Cam Wake.

    Next year, if he's still around (which he won't be), what will the excuse be? Needs a different chewing gum? Needs a new fist pump coordinator?





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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo View Post
    Teflon Tony. The guy isn't responsible for a single bad thing on this 3-8 team, or the back-to-back 7-9 teams before it.

    Each year it's been a different coordinator's fault. This year he need a QB, because apparently he's the only head coach in the NFL that has zero say in personnel decisions...unless they're good personnel decisions of course, I bet his name was written all over bringing in Cam Wake.

    Next year, if he's still around (which he won't be), what will the excuse be? Needs a different chewing gum? Needs a new fist pump coordinator?
    You guys are missing the entire point because your hate for this man is so seething. The guy has had nothing but odds stacked against him the entire time he's been in Miami, and he has remained a strong leader throughout the entire ordeal. Give the ****ing guy a QB and watch how good this team is.

    The problem is you retard fans always need someone to lynch for bad luck. You do realize we have outscored our opponents by 5 points this year. I doubt there's ever been another 3-8 team in the league that's ever done that. If we get a QB that can consistently make plays we will do well.

    All firing Sparano will do is set us back another 3 years so that some other ******* can come in here and lose until he gets a QB.

    Learn from the most successful teams in the NFL, Continuity wins, Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles.

    ****, look at Gary Kubiak this year, everyone was up in arms that he wasn't fired in Houston, and now, since the GM allowed his system to develop, they are having their best season.

    Say YES to Continuity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WesternNYDolfan View Post
    You guys are missing the entire point because your hate for this man is so seething. The guy has had nothing but odds stacked against him the entire time he's been in Miami, and he has remained a strong leader throughout the entire ordeal. Give the ****ing guy a QB and watch how good this team is.

    The problem is you retard fans always need someone to lynch for bad luck. You do realize we have outscored our opponents by 5 points this year. I doubt there's ever been another 3-8 team in the league that's ever done that. If we get a QB that can consistently make plays we will do well.

    All firing Sparano will do is set us back another 3 years so that some other ******* can come in here and lose until he gets a QB.

    Learn from the most successful teams in the NFL, Continuity wins, Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles.

    ****, look at Gary Kubiak this year, everyone was up in arms that he wasn't fired in Houston, and now, since the GM allowed his system to develop, they are having their best season.

    Say YES to Continuity
    Another point I'd like to make is how much better Matt Moore is doing in our system than he did in Carolina's
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    Quote Originally Posted by WesternNYDolfan View Post
    More retarded replies. You guys are missing the entire point because your hate for this man is so seething. The guy has had nothing but odds stacked against him the entire time he's been in Miami, and he has remained a strong leader throughout the entire ordeal. Give the ****ing guy a QB and watch how good this team is.

    The problem is you retard fans always need someone to lynch for bad luck. You do realize we have outscored our opponents by 5 points this year. I doubt there's ever been another 3-8 team in the league that's ever done that. If we get a QB that can consistently make plays we will do well.

    All firing Sparano will do is set us back another 3 years so that some other ******* can come in here and lose until he gets a QB.

    Learn from the most successful teams in the NFL, Continuity wins, Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles.

    ****, look at Gary Kubiak this year, everyone was up in arms that he wasn't fired in Houston, and now, since the GM allowed his system to develop, they are having their best season.

    Say YES to Continuity, No to the retards!
    You criticized Vaark earlier for attacking your post because it was a different opinion than yours. Now, you call someone a retard for having a different opinion than yours. Hypocrite much?

    Also, can you really say with a straight face that the mistakes Sparano makes are similar to the ones that Belichick makes? Is Belichick constantly outcoached in the second half of games like Sparano is? We must be watching two different NFLs.

    For every team you mentioned that has stayed consistent with their coaches, I can name a team that improved after firing their coaches for another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WesternNYDolfan View Post
    You guys are missing the entire point because your hate for this man is so seething. The guy has had nothing but odds stacked against him the entire time he's been in Miami, and he has remained a strong leader throughout the entire ordeal. Give the ****ing guy a QB and watch how good this team is.

    The problem is you retard fans always need someone to lynch for bad luck. You do realize we have outscored our opponents by 5 points this year. I doubt there's ever been another 3-8 team in the league that's ever done that. If we get a QB that can consistently make plays we will do well.

    All firing Sparano will do is set us back another 3 years so that some other ******* can come in here and lose until he gets a QB.

    Learn from the most successful teams in the NFL, Continuity wins, Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles.

    ****, look at Gary Kubiak this year, everyone was up in arms that he wasn't fired in Houston, and now, since the GM allowed his system to develop, they are having their best season.

    Say YES to Continuity.
    I thought all he needed was a new special teams coordinator?

    Here's a quote from you October of last year:
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    ...we'll be fine once we fire our special teams coach.
    Yep, that's all we needed...to go 3-8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WesternNYDolfan View Post
    He's not a proven bad coach. He's proven he can lead this team to the playoffs.
    He's also proven he can lead this team to failure. 7-9, 7-9, now 3-8. Thats a bad coach. 1 decent season(which ended in a first round playoff blowout) does not mean he can have 3 horrible seasons.

    As far as the quarterback excuse is being thrown around: Tony Sparano decided that Chad Henne was his franchise quarterback. He was wrong. He deserves to lose his job based on that if nothing else. The losing seasons, horrible starting line-up decisions, and horrific game day mistakes are simply icing on the cake.

    Tony Sparano opened this season with a handpicked coaching staff, with a draft and free agent period that he had say over(he had say in previous years to, but this was more official as it was written into his contract), and started the season with "his guy" at quarterback. The result was an 0-7 start and a 3-8 record. The man has had 4 years to clean up this mess. He has failed to do so.

    Any excuse you want to throw up is completely undermined by the fact that we are 3-8. There are no moral victories in the NFL. We are a bad team being lead by a bad coach. You have provided no proof that Sparano can succeed on this team other then stating "other bad coaches have had success in the past with good quarterbacks". Fact is, Sparano had multiple chances to get a good quarterback. In usual fashion, he couldn't evaluate the talent on his team or in the draft correctly and it lead to failure.
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