THE MIAMI DOLPHINS ARE 9-3 SINCE CUTTING DALLAS THOMAS.
Make Us Believers Again.
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Hopefully the Steelers, who have looked like complete garbage so far, can come up with something after an extra week of preparation and beat the Jets next week.
I would take Tony Gonzalez on the Phins any day ....it's a shame he has to play for the Falcons.
Geno Smith actually looked good.
If he can do that more consistently he will be a good qb, but problem with Geno Smith is his consistency.
Deshaun Watson is the TRUTH!
Geno did look good. They are a lot like we were last year: the sports media (who is totally clueless btw) gave them zero chance to even be relevant this season and as of now they are proving them wrong. It sucks, but that's what it is. I look forward to the upcoming battles this week between Vaark and Junc in the AFC East forums lol.
Great win, Atl obviously has issues but a week after that clunker by Geno to take responsibility and apologize to his teammates and the D specifically then come out and play near flawless football was a HUGE step in his development. This was the first time he truly looked ready to play in this league. Big win, we have a D that can keep us in most games and if we can take care of the football we can be a playoff contender. Now it gets harder, Pitt stinks right now but a young team w/ a young QB after an emotional win on a short week is usually a recipe for a los the next week so we'll see if they can get over this one quick and get their first win streak of the year.
Going into the 2013 season Mike Smith was the only ACTIVE coach that had a better winning percentage than Don Shula.
With the 3 game losing streak he is now sitting behind the Don Shula like all the rest of the the active coaches.
#1 Don Shula (.678)
#2T John Harbaugh (.671)
#2T Mike Smith (.671)
#4 Sean Payton (.663)
#5 Mike McCarthty (.655)
#6 Bill Belichick (.652)
#7 Mike Tomlin (.630)
#8 Andy Reid (.592)
#9 Mike Shanahan (.568)
#10 John Fox (.547)