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Jimbo
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member of the Slappahoe tribe, enjoys Miami Dolphins, chickens & other farm animals. Beer, martini's, big titties, small titties, inbetween titties, charter member of the pretty lame & normal citizen occult, unskilled writer, like hiking, skiiing, jogging, lifting weights, favorite colour is hickory flavor.
Interests: see above reference.
Recent Activity
Fitzpatrick was in the top 5 talent wise. The guy is listed as a safety. He is big & strong enough to play strong safety. Has the speed and football IQ to play free safety. That is his spot to lose. He can also play cornerback. Any DB position & play it well. Slightly surprised he was on the board at that pick. NFL O's run more 3 WR, 1 RB, 1 TE formations as the norm. Dolphins have a talented group of young corners and 2 strong safeties (Jones & McDonald) in their prime. 2 TE's. Gesicki is a rookie version of Jimmy Graham. Smythe is a rookie version of Fasano. Graham & Fasano. Not a bad combo to have on your roster. Gase's O relies on TE production and his O has been disappointingly handicapped by Jordan Cameron & Julius Thomas. RB Ballage produced well with shared backfield duties at AZ State. Good skills running and is solid pass blocking, receiving. DT. One guy short. Miami will have $17 additional cap money June 1st. I expect Miami will grab a veteran DT. QB. IMO Miami might surprise and grab a QB that will be available after June 1st. Dolphins have a few new LB's that are young, fast & athletic. Add in last year's 2nd round pick McMillan who is a healthy return from knee surgery. Stephone Anthony was obtained at the trade deadline from N.O. and showed promise in limited action. IMO he would have started but Miami had too much $$ tied up in Timmons to have him sit. This should be the best O line Tannehill has played with. Lastly. Gase-Grier are giving Tannehill his last chance. No excuses. Produce this year or you're gone.
Toggle Commented May 1, 2018 on Better than the Oscars at OC Dolphin's blog
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Rosen is a golden boy athlete. He doesn't need football. Problem is he acts like a petulant child. This one guy who is thrilled Miami didn't take the Beak at face value....
Toggle Commented May 1, 2018 on Better than the Oscars at OC Dolphin's blog
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Golden State or Houston? Toronto or Cleveland?
Toggle Commented May 1, 2018 on Better than the Oscars at OC Dolphin's blog
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I would like to see Miami trade back 4 or 5 spots and obtain an additional 2nd round pick. Best player available? NFL speak for "we have no idea". Positions of need are: TE, RB, LB (x2), DT, K. DT? You just let a top 3 DT leave because his salary didn't result in WINS. Not first round. Later round DT. RB? Unless Barkley is there at 11, RB will not be the Fins choice. Later round RB. TE? Not at 11. 2nd round very possible. I like the Penn St kid. LB? Most likely either Smith or Edmunds if they are there. K? Miami has 2 4th round picks, no 5th rounder. My guess is a K in the 4th or later. QB? yes, very possible if one of the top 4 fall to them. Could be Lamar Jackson too. Tannehill needs to either WIN the job or be replaced. Miami needs new blood at QB. Not Cutler, not Kap, nor any other recycled underperforming vet. DB? not a position of need but a ball hawking safety or cornerback.
Toggle Commented Apr 26, 2018 on Better than the Oscars at OC Dolphin's blog
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BB. Ginn's special teams TD returns won a couple of games in Miami. He isn't a #1 WR option in anyone's offense. His career has been average - okay. Fins had no reason to draft him where they did.
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NFL draft starts Thursday. What do you think Miami will do in the first round? Move up, Move back, trade completely out, stay put at 11 overall? Second question is. Who will they select?
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Safe travels OC. Houston sounds like a good fit. Best of luck there.
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420 - April 20th - Nat'l smoke in day. 421 - April 21st - Nat'l employer surprise drug test. Jimbo's clean urine samples for my friends $199 plus shipping. $299 for non friends. $399 for people I don't like.
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PROMINENT GAY LAWYER AND ATTORNEY FOR LBGQT CAUSES SETS SELF ON FIRE IN PROSPECT PARK... a real flamer!!! shadow! tsk, tsk, tsk, what have you become? sound like Woodcock, OC or myself. Corrupted
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Woodcock. One handed linebacker Griffin or should I say "handy capable" Griffin is projected go in the 4th round. You know the hand you shake is the one he wipes with. He is a better prospect than Kiko & Koa (sounds like a kids cereal).
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Tom. This was my first year filing taxes where both of us (wife too) are retired. Overpaid by quite a lot. Good but not overly joyed at giving anyone let alone the IRS an interest free loan. Did the formula for next year and I'm saving roughly $200 more a month of my retirement cash because of the tax cut.
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Kim Jong Un's Wife Becomes North Korea's First Lady. Her name is Som Yung Poon Tang. I think I saw her show in Saipan. She lays on her back and shoots ping pong balls from her coochie two at a time. I neither confirm nor deny I attended such occasions in person.
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LCD, LSD. What's the diff? Just one letter.
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OC, you caught that. lol
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One of my all time tunes. Used to play this at work.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5zPqgQ67yo
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Former Fins guard Ritchie Incognito announced his immediate retirement. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2769747-richie-incognito-considering-retiring-could-return-for-1-more-season
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Happy Easter peoples. Everything is good in my world. Except spiders. And non alcohol beer.
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Jimbo gonna be a grandpa.
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Dolphins really value WR position. Wish they would value the QB, O line, Linebacker position a little better.
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Jimbo say: "Have you heard of Murphy's law?" "Yeah" "What is it?" "If something that can go wrong, it will go wrong." "Right. Have you heard of Cole's law?" "No, what is it?" "Thinly sliced cabbage."
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Bless You: Robert asked the televangelist to pray for his hearing. After 3 minutes of shaking and trying to push him over backwards the preacher ask, "how's your hearing"? Robert replied, "I don't know. It doesn't take place until Tuesday at the courthouse."
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Meet Landry's replacement. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/03/12/report-dolphins-the-front-runner-for-albert-wilson/ deal completed. welcome to Miami.
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5 yrs at 75 mil? Is he worth it? A slot receiver? Painful it may be but he left Miami not the other way around. Fins offered him 5 years @ $13 million per.
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BB. Depends on how you see a "win" in this situation. He gets more in cold state, state income tax and on a team that has won nothing since the 50's. No more Patriots? Now he has the superior Steelers, Ravens and (sometimes) Bengals. His attitude leads him in both good and bad ways. I loved the guy's heart but his head ain't right. sometimes.
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Not sure about Suh. People who understand the game know he is a dominate DT without much stats. His contract is a big hit (not in a good way) no matter how you slice it. He leaves, you have a big hole to fill and his dead money cap hit is huge. He stays, his contract eats your cap. He restructures (least likely) and you put the cap pain off for another year. How much $ do you put at DT? They knew this when they signed him from Detroit. The bill is due.
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