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Thread: Miami seriously needs "end zone" WR !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangeworld View Post
    No it needs a QB that can hit people in stride
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    Keller would have helped here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangeworld View Post
    No it needs a QB that can hit people in stride

    Dumbest, least informed worthless post ever.

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    Watch Mark buttfumble get a starting job somewhere next season and outplay Tannehill.
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    buttfumble would take the Bengals to the playoffs guaranteed. He would actually be a good fit for them. I think they could be a legit contender if they signed a good game manager type at QB who can get the ball downfield when the running game is going.
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    Sherman is a ****ing beast.
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    Jesus. I ALWAYS thought we could win with Tannehill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayden Fox View Post
    Keller would have helped here.
    That was my thought too, its a shame I think he would've helped a lot in the red zone offense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick_Bateman View Post
    That was my thought too, its a shame I think he would've helped a lot in the red zone offense.
    I knew that was going to a problem as soon as Keller went down.
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    Where is Sims and Egnew we know Clay is not a redzone threat. Let the young guys get a shot.












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    nice to know folks dont resort to personal attacks here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangeworld View Post
    No it needs a QB that can hit people in stride
    1st pass hits Hartline in "Both" hands DROP in the endzone period. 2nd pass hits Gibson in his "Chest" DROP in the endzone period. Come on Man.....what are you looking at, that's TWO dropped TDs period :-(
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    Quote Originally Posted by twohype View Post
    1st pass hits Hartline in "Both" hands DROP in the endzone period. 2nd pass hits Gibson in his "Chest" DROP in the endzone period. Come on Man.....what are you looking at, that's TWO dropped TDs period :-(
    Clay has 2 drops too.
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    Watching Clay is really discouraging. I hate saying that bc I really though he showed potential a few years ago. Really wish we could grab Celek
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