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    Play Makers Coming?

    Last year, one could say that we had no play makers on O, and only Wake on D. This year, one can argue that Wallace, with a Tannehill, and maybe on Miller will be on O.

    On D, there is still Wake, and maybe Grimes, Jones, Jordan, and maybe Ellerbe to add to the mix. Play makers win games, and we may finally have some. Gonna be a Fun year.
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    Hartline Reggie Bush,Besse and Thigpen were all play makers.

    New head coach along with a new offensive CO and scheme,a rookie QB, back up rookie RB, #1 WR missing all of pre camp and most of preseason.There was no continuity for any player to become one.

    As far as this year,it way too early to tell who will be the surprise playmaker along with Hartline and Wallace.

    This poll has 95 percent of who could be one.

    http://www.finheaven.com/show...yer-on-offense

    WR Brandon Gibson <---play maker needs to learn his new role. <-----these 2 guys should be our 3rd and 4th receiver.
    WR Rishard Matthews <---play maker should get more play time.

    WR Armon Binns
    WR Chad Bumphis
    WR Jasper Collins
    WR Brian Tyms <-----3 players from this list wont make the final roster but all have the potential.Hoping one takes on kick off returns.
    WR Marvin McNutt
    WR Jeff Fuller

    TE Dustin Keller <----- Play maker odds are he willl be the #1 TE

    TE Charles Clay <---- Battling for the #2 or #3 TE
    TE Dion Sims <----- Hopefully becomes a big play maker in 2014 but doubt it in 2013
    TE Michael Egnew <-----Battling the #2 or #3 TE
    TE Kyle Miller <----- I like Kyle miller as the #2 TE and without pads shows he can be a play maker.

    RB Mike Gillislee <---- Play maker but has Miller in his way.
    RB Jonas Gray <----Think he's battling D.Thomas, havent seen enough of him.Potentially a play maker
    RB Daniel Thomas <------I like Thomas due to he has another off season and looks like he's been working out even more.IMO he will make more plays this season.
    RB Cameron Marshall ?
    RB Marcus Thigpen <----- Play maker,will be more involved this year with no Besse and no Reggie Bush
    FB Jorvorskie Lane ?
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    Only the most aqua-colored glasses could ever call Hartline a "playmaker."

    Playmakers don't disappear when challenged to beat man coverage.
    Playmakers don't depend on making plays by double moves and then running back toward the LOS to make half their catches.
    Playmakers don't struggle to get a half-yard of separation, with windows that close immediately.
    Playmakers don't disappear in the red zone.
    Playmakers don't disappear when the defense is focused on them.
    Playmakers don't disappear for long stretches in a season.

    I could go on, but it's probably pointless.

    Reggie Bush was a playmaker on O last year.
    Same with Tanny.

    But calling Hartline a playmaker is like calling Bess a playmaker.

    So great that he got trundled off to Cleveland for a piece of bubble gum and pocket change.

    Yeah. Bess and Hartline are such great playmakers that Miami had one of the best WR corps last year and Miami didn't have to go out and spend 70 million dollars to get actual talent... oh, wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LDaniel7 View Post
    Only the most aqua-Playmakers don't disappear when challenged to beat man coverage.
    Playmakers don't depend on making plays by double moves and then running back toward the LOS to make half their catches.
    Playmakers don't struggle to get a half-yard of separation, with windows that close immediately.
    colored glasses could ever call Hartline a "playmaker."

    Playmakers don't disappear in the red zone.
    Playmakers don't disappear when the defense is focused on them.
    Playmakers don't disappear for long stretches in a season.

    I could go on, but it's probably pointless.

    Reggie Bush was a playmaker on O last year.
    Same with Tanny.

    But calling Hartline a playmaker is like calling Bess a playmaker.

    So great that he got trundled off to Cleveland for a piece of bubble gum and pocket change.

    Yeah. Bess and Hartline are such great playmakers that Miami had one of the best WR corps last year and Miami didn't have to go out and spend 70 million dollars to get actual talent... oh, wait.

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    Only the most cluelesss Debby Downers who post year after year with negative anti Dolphin propaganda just to get negative HITS and bring all Dolphin fans
    to their low level. Everybody knows the type. If your fore it, I'm agin it. If your agin it,Im fo it. JI ca walk on water! Thats because he can't swim
    and you know what? it;s the same crap over and over year after year. I'ts going to be so enjoyable again when this year is over with and the Dolphins
    are back in the playoffs again and the loqusts plague goes back in hibernation for another 50 years.
    hayy days are here agin.


    downers
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    Quote Originally Posted by SANDBILLY View Post
    Only the most cluelesss Debby Downers who post year after year with negative anti Dolphin propaganda just to get negative HITS and bring all Dolphin fans
    to their low level. Everybody knows the type. If your fore it, I'm agin it. If your agin it,Im fo it. JI ca walk on water! Thats because he can't swim
    and you know what? it;s the same crap over and over year after year. I'ts going to be so enjoyable again when this year is over with and the Dolphins
    are back in the playoffs again and the loqusts plague goes back in hibernation for another 50 years.
    hayy days are here agin.


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    I don't care what u say, hartline is a solid player but a playmaker scores more then 1 TD a year
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    Quote Originally Posted by LDaniel7 View Post
    Only the most aqua-colored glasses could ever call Hartline a "playmaker."

    Playmakers don't disappear when challenged to beat man coverage.
    Playmakers don't depend on making plays by double moves and then running back toward the LOS to make half their catches.
    Playmakers don't struggle to get a half-yard of separation, with windows that close immediately.
    Playmakers don't disappear in the red zone.
    Playmakers don't disappear when the defense is focused on them.
    Playmakers don't disappear for long stretches in a season.

    I could go on, but it's probably pointless.

    Reggie Bush was a playmaker on O last year.
    Same with Tanny.

    But calling Hartline a playmaker is like calling Bess a playmaker.

    So great that he got trundled off to Cleveland for a piece of bubble gum and pocket change.

    Yeah. Bess and Hartline are such great playmakers that Miami had one of the best WR corps last year and Miami didn't have to go out and spend 70 million dollars to get actual talent... oh, wait.

    LD
    Everything that I bolded...is wrong.
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    Should be a fun but growing year. Can't wait.......As for phindogs comments above.....No Hartline and Bess are not play makers. In fact I think it's hard to say we had any play makers on offense last year. Maybe Bush because he did threaten to break big plays ( even though he was dancing and losing yards half the time ).
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    Damn, someone hates Hartline.

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    Take away the 253 yard game from Hartline...and he was just an average (or below average) player last year. Hartline was NOT a playmaker..
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