It is great to have the leading WR in terms of yards after four weeks, but let us remain humble and sober until we see how the rest of the season pans out. Some are getting a little delirious on Hartline despite his middle of the pack numbers coming into this season. I like Hartline, but let's not start crowing him a true NFL #1 receiver until he proves he can draw and beat double coverage on a consistent basis.
A world of dew,
and within every dewdrop
a world of struggle.
A lot of this is Philbin.
Green Bay's passing attack is not as good as it was last year, and now suddenly Miami has a good passing attack.
You don't base a season's production on a couple games...DC's will take Hartline away once it becomes obvious that he is the go to guy with what we have to offer. Thats when it will become glaringly obvious to even the most casual observer that we are still missing that piece.
With a bonafide number 1, Hartline can stay in one-on-one situations and propser...without it they will take him out of the game.
"Fiedler did not have the arm strength of Tannehill, but overall he was a much better QB."
Attack the Person, Not the Ideas:
Attack the person in some way. For example:
- Attack their expertise, questioning their qualifications or experience
- Comment on their inability to make a good argument
- Attach them to discredited others
You are not qualified to make such a statement.
You would say that, wouldn't you.
And who do you think is going to believe you.
Attacking the Person is a form of distraction, forcing them into defense and away from their argument.
Philbin is a G.
Packers' season ended last year because of the tragedy Philbin endured. A lot of people underestimated how well Philbin can prepare his team, because he wasn't calling the plays in Green Bay. Philbin's attention to detail is the best thing that's happened to Miami in a long time.
We have to find ways to win football games rather than ways to lose them.
Not sure what the point of this thread was.
its been 4 weeks. lets see where this team is at the half way point, and even more importantly, at week 16.
Could it possibly be that targeting Brandon Marshall so much was a big mistake?
And all along Hartline and Bess were quality WRs who simply weren't being thrown to enough when the man-child was here...hmm.