Miami beat themselves in that game.
The 2nd game we got beat up but how different is the game if we don't allow those STs blunders?
The bottom line is this, we beat you game 1 and you beat us game 2. You beat us up and embarrassed us while we won a close game but the wins and losses count the same.
Kaedig missed 2 easy field goals in the 09 playoffs (and a long one that wasn't as much of a lock but that he could have made) while the jest "franchise QB" crapped the bed completing 12-23, with a 60QBR but was saved by an interception and a 53 yard run. How different would the narrative have been/should have been if that season's best FG kicker did his job instead of helping the team lose by a FG? See how "wouldas and shouldas" go?
"Yep. Blow it up. This might the worst team I've ever seen constructed in my life.
And then you throw in the terrible preparation and in-game coaching. There is no defense.
But do it right. Fire everyone in the building. No survivors. , JiF Jetnation
Last I looked the jest have won 3 of their last 12 games with close to a -60 scoring differential. If you think by week 15, in the foreseeable future, they'll be even close to being in position to be the recipient of scheduling charity again, you are deluding yourself.
He missed two relatively short FGs... and a 3rd he should have made. If you're gonna keep whining about where Tannehill set up Carpenter twice as being his fault, not Carpenter's, then for once take responsibility for the fact that Rivers set up Kaedig twice and SD should have won that game. Be consistent , not homeristic please.
Oh and knowing what I know, but am unable to elaborate on for various reasons, the fact that you are accusing others of "whining" is hilarious~
Now run along and tend to yet another circus act unfolding in the Yets locker room and organization. When a team official calls his players "garbage" it doesn't get much worse.