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Thread: Why the Dolphins Can Beat the New York Jets

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    Another annual Dolphins>>>>>>Jets thread.

    The Dolphins QBs are so great. Matt Moore threw for 2,497 yards and David Garrard threw for 2.734 yards the last time he played. You got rid of a 6'4 perennial 1,000+ yard #1 WR.

    I like how everyone assumes that Quinton Coples is going to be a bust, he was the #1 ranked defensive player coming into his senior season in college. There was a **** storm going on at UNC, lots of players coming out got hurt by it. He showed he was the best player at the senior bowl dominating. Jets beat writers after seeing him practice so far have said that they guarantee this isn't another Gholston like many on here think. Hes been one of the most impressive players. Stephen Hill was looking great too before he hurt his hamstring. Though I do realize its not in full pads, so I am not saying they have proven anything yet just that everyone assumes they are going to be busts and 6'4 WR that run a 4.30 are rare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalDolFan10x14 View Post
    You guys realize that by doing this, it'll give him more motivation to come into this thread and turn it into another bitchfest about the Jets being "elite", right?
    I respectfully disagree my friend...If everyone felt the way I do about him being on finheaven and spoke up about it like I do he would have left along time ago.....not to mention he would have been banned either way.....He is a forum ruiner and should not be allowed to do so in my opinion.....just sayin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetsfan0099 View Post
    Another annual Dolphins>>>>>>Jets thread.

    The Dolphins QBs are so great. Matt Moore threw for 2,497 yards and David Garrard threw for 2.734 yards the last time he played. You got rid of a 6'4 perennial 1,000+ yard #1 WR.

    I like how everyone assumes that Quinton Coples is going to be a bust, he was the #1 ranked defensive player coming into his senior season in college. There was a **** storm going on at UNC, lots of players coming out got hurt by it. He showed he was the best player at the senior bowl dominating. Jets beat writers after seeing him practice so far have said that they guarantee this isn't another Gholston like many on here think. Hes been one of the most impressive players. Stephen Hill was looking great too before he hurt his hamstring. Though I do realize its not in full pads, so I am not saying they have proven anything yet just that everyone assumes they are going to be busts and 6'4 WR that run a 4.30 are rare.
    Even if Marshall can get a thousand yards, doesn't mean **** if he doesn't pull the balls in when it counts for points. And the fact that Jets beat write are raving about Coples isn't saying much. Those are people that are paid to talk good about the team. I would be more interested in what someone outside of NY has to say about Coples. That being said, just because Coples was top of his position in college doesn't mean he will be good in the NFL. There is even a chance that Luck could be a bust.
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    Conversely, Dolphins beat writers do nothing but bash the Dolphins every chance they can.
    Quote Originally Posted by DisturbedShifty View Post
    Even if Marshall can get a thousand yards, doesn't mean **** if he doesn't pull the balls in when it counts for points. And the fact that Jets beat write are raving about Coples isn't saying much. Those are people that are paid to talk good about the team. I would be more interested in what someone outside of NY has to say about Coples. That being said, just because Coples was top of his position in college doesn't mean he will be good in the NFL. There is even a chance that Luck could be a bust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisturbedShifty View Post
    Even if Marshall can get a thousand yards, doesn't mean **** if he doesn't pull the balls in when it counts for points. And the fact that Jets beat write are raving about Coples isn't saying much. Those are people that are paid to talk good about the team. I would be more interested in what someone outside of NY has to say about Coples. That being said, just because Coples was top of his position in college doesn't mean he will be good in the NFL. There is even a chance that Luck could be a bust.

    No they aren't, I've seen them take shots at the Jets many times. Rich Cimini is known for being a negative nancy and he was the one that said he guarantees Coples is not another Gholston. Also, another NY reporter who covers the Jets and Giants who isn't afraid of taking shots at the Jets said he came away very impressed with Coples. It doesn't mean that Coples will not be a bust, I'm just saying. Gholston from day 1 never impressed, he looked overwhelmed and lost. Never showed any NFL skill with the Jets. The ESPN AFC East blog guy James Walker visited the Jets and said he was impressed with Coples.
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    Quote Originally Posted by insomnia411 View Post
    Hoping for Andrew Luck was the most pro Dolphin thing you could do. My opinion will once again have it's vindication when Luck is the next Big Ben.
    Why? Is he going to sexually force himself on two women, two straight years? Because, he dominantly is not going to take the Colts to the playoffs with a ridiculous winning percentage his 1st years like Big Ben did.

    Also if he is a Big Ben Clone, hopefully they have a great running game, because Ben is a great QB, but without a running game, he come down to earth pretty drastically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    An article needs to be written to defend the proposition that the Dolphins can beat the Jets? The Dolphins have finished with a losing record for the last three seasons. Their record against the Jets during that same span is 4-2 (and if you include Sparano's only winning season, the Dolphins' record against the Jets is 5-3). Basically the Dolphins have been a subpar team for a while now and they haven't had any problem beating the Jets. As for beating the Browns (not to mention the Patriots) . . . that's been a problem; the Jets not so much. This team is a mirror image of the late 90s-early 00s team that was much better than this one, but would always lose to the Jets.
    15-9 Jets since 2000. 7-5 Jets since 2006. Selective picking is very easy. A rivalry game is played at a totally different level than any other regular season game. Jets have clearly been the better team since Rex took over.

    Avg margin of Dolphins victory over last five years? 4.4 pts.
    Avg margin of Jets victory over the last five years? 12.4 Pts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetsfan0099 View Post
    No they aren't, I've seen them take shots at the Jets many times. Rich Cimini is known for being a negative nancy and he was the one that said he guarantees Coples is not another Gholston. Also, another NY reporter who covers the Jets and Giants who isn't afraid of taking shots at the Jets said he came away very impressed with Coples. It doesn't mean that Coples will not be a bust, I'm just saying. Gholston from day 1 never impressed, he looked overwhelmed and lost. Never showed any NFL skill with the Jets. The ESPN AFC East blog guy James Walker visited the Jets and said he was impressed with Coples.
    Yeah but Walker wouldn't know his @$$ from a hole in the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JETSJETSJETS View Post
    15-9 Jets since 2000. 7-5 Jets since 2006. Selective picking is very easy. A rivalry game is played at a totally different level than any other regular season game. Jets have clearly been the better team since Rex took over.

    Avg margin of Dolphins victory over last five years? 4.4 pts.
    Avg margin of Jets victory over the last five years? 12.4 Pts
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    Whats the point.. Over the last five years we have beaten you 5 times and you have beaten us five time.. In the five games we beat you we were better than you regardless of margin of victory and vice vera for the 5 times you have beaten us. Margin of victory is utterly meaningless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dolpns13 View Post
    id like to know who this, above average, RB the Jets have is.
    Ya got me. LT's retired.
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