Gase has taken an interesting approach to instilling a winning culture in Miami. He is cocky. He is smart. He is borderline deranged.
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Screw the emailer, the writer, Tom Brady, Belichek, and the Pats. Actually, screw the emailer twice for insulting the legacy of Marino. Maybe he should go join the Cheatriots fan club.
I don't wanna step on anybody's beliefs, but......................... well, here we go.
No way the guy that wrote that email is a Dolphins fan. Sounds like a patsy to me.
Maybe Philbin went for the FG to test out the new, cheaper kicker in cold weather situations? Lol! Carp is making something like 3 Mil next season.
A North East Phin fan taking Brady over Marino any day of the week? I stopped reading at that point. MIAMI simply has the most fair weather fans you could possibly imagine. And to have a 'sports writer' using such dribble to make a point, is moronic.
One thing is clear, you guys are wasting time ripping Armando. If he's using emails as a source of his material he's not sensitive and he's not changing.
The 4th and 9 play is a dumb focal point but we were definitely overly conservative in that game. Tannehill seemed to believe 10 or 14 points would be plenty to beat Brady on the road. It's still hard to believe anyone praised him for that performance. Newsflash: You can't assign 7 points to every threatening possession, and claim it should have been 21-14, or whatever. That's the same mindset that whines about close losses while taking for granted all the tight wins.
It's probably a bad break that Tannehill's first game against the Patriots turned into a relatively low scoring affair with Brady not at his best. You can't get lulled into believing they are a normal team. Tannehill had no sense of urgency in the rematch.
Philbin went for a field goal from the exact spot the Patsies passed on kicking one from earlier. The call at hand was moronic and thinking the game would have changed with that field goal is equally moronic.
Unfortunately we struggle getting ten yards on three downs yet alone picking up a first on fourth and nine. This offense is the definition of conservative. We've lacked the big play possibility for the last five years, I doubt that changes. Philbin may not be the next coming of Shula but we should have a pretty good idea after the season whether or not he's our guy. We either have a good season and he sticks around or he and Ireland both get the boot. I can't imagine a in between scenario. Ireland should get him the players he needs, it will be up to him to make his legacy as a HC in the league. I've been a strong backer of Philbin well before he was signed, I just hope he produces the goods.
No he collected a paycheck because thousands of Dolphin fans clicked the link and went to his blog. This wasn't a article for the herald it was a post on his blog. I would imagine that's a bit different.
Regardless, he thanks us all.