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Marc
Orlando, FL
Interests: Miami Dolphins, Your Mom
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Thanks NeMo. I know where to find the news. I have a dozen RSS feeds, etc. It's just disappointing. Mandy here used to be the best. It was a one-stop shop He might have dumped 3 stories today, but, ehh...
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Did anyone catch Pat White on American Muscle on Discovery?
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Mandy = Mando = Armando = a feminine nickname I gave to him years ago when that only the most tenured bloggers would recall; including Mandy himself
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Is it just me or did Mandy used to have the best pre-season/training camp/OTA updates? Slippin'
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RT couldn't get the ball to Wallace deep? No way?! Even in practice, with no chance of getting hit. MarK. That's an impressive list of company you put RT with. With the exception of one or two those guys are pretty much unemployable
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Yes NH. Go watch ANY of Dan's highlights. He had an UNCANNY ability to lead his receivers 40 yards downfield. RT just DOESN'T. I'm not saying he can't, but, he definitely hasn't shown that ability
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Not a Foles fan. Couldn't care less about him. Was just responding to someone's obviously uneducated comment. MarK. The tangible proof is the same it's always been. You're the stats guy. You can twist them anyway you want and he's still near the bottom of the middle.
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I think some of you guys just say stuff and hope it sticks Look...there are many ways to score a TD and 'the bomb' is only one. How many 'bombs' did Nick Foles throw last year? "Last season, Nick Foles recorded 9.1 Yards per attempt, placing him first in the league. For his career, Foles’ yards per attempt now stands at 7.9. Of course, the scheme he is playing in now bears very little resemblance to the one he played in his rookie year, so the quality of that information is suspect. Of the 37 QBs who qualify under Pro-Football-Reference.com’s leaderboard, the median value was 7.0 yards per attempt. Clearly, Foles’ performance was a relative outlier. Aaron Rodgers, second overall, registered a YPA of 8.7 and Peyton Manning, third overall, had just 8.3 YPA. " http://www.csnphilly.com/football-philadelphia-eagles/nick-foles-completing-deep-passes-rapid-rate
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I've got a challenge for you guys. Ask your NON Dolphins friends to name THREE Miami players, including QB Then play fantasy football, and see how many Dolphin's players get drafted by NON Dolphins fans Just sayin...
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PFF is CRAZY! QBR has NOTHING to do with sacks. I recall Dan complaining about that because he would regularly throw the ball away to avoid sacks, damaging his QBR, when the QB's that took sacks did not get penalized. RT is a bottom 1/3rd QB PERIOD
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Yeah, because the sign of a true fan is OPTIMISM. Especially when the team has done less than NOTHING in 2 decades...
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Playoffs?, PLAYOFFS?! HAHA. Certainly not with Tannehill or the rest of these scrubs, and FIVE new O-linemen! FIVE! With ZERO depth, so, if one of the new FIVE guys go down, and one or more will...Well, you see where this is going MISI is the MLB? Does ANYONE think he'll be better than Dansby? They'd be lucky if he's as good as Crowder was. Finnigan? R Jones regressed last season I like Delmas, if he can stay healthy Knowshon is already out, fat, and hurt, and we've seen what Miller can't do Wallace is useless when your QB underthrowns his EVERY single time he's open This team will be LUCKY to finish .500 again
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Welcome back Mandy. Next time warn somebody
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He sure is concerned with your appearance. Maybe he's got some Michael Sam genes?
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No news is good news I guess?
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Hmm, Maybe MarK IS Jeff Ireland. Explains why he loves RT so much!
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Yeah, my legs sucked. Even when I was squatting 450 and pressing 720. I could run a 4.5 though. Not bad for a honky
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Same with legs and boxers. Look at Pac man's calves. Huge!
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MarK. An old first sergeant of mine once told me 'If you ain't cheating, you ain't trying'
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You can tell these guys have never touched weights MarK. 225 25 times ain't bad, but it ain't monumental 10 years ago I was military pressing 225 and benching 315 when I weighed 185 lbs
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Funny how the anonymous guys talk the most ish, huh MarK? They don't have photos up because they're probably 360 lb's of potato chip eating lard. Only ugly people hide in the shadows
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answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100828233007AA3Z2bm urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=blue+falcon
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Origin? Not sure. I'm sure Google would know, but it was a VERY common term in the Army, and that's EXACTLY how it was used. On guys like Martin
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Jon Martin might just be the biggest blue falcon ever, in stature and scope
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Yep, always that one guy. In the military we called them "BLUE FALCON". A nice way to say Buddy Fvcker. And from then on that guy would be called a punk, a sissy, a f@g, a b!tch, a h@m0, etc. ALA Jonathan Martin.
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