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Urthling

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Born in 1979.

Dolphins fan since 1984.

Resides in Fargo, ND.

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But it wasn't Lewis and Smith that held Miami to 7 pts in the last 2 games.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 23 2014, 2:36p
I'm with you.
Commented on Miami Dolphins Spotlight: Is Ryan Tannehill a Franchise Quarterback? on Apr 23 2014, 2:31p
None of that matters much when Wallace drops 1/8 of all catchable balls.
Commented on What's With the Miami Dolphins' Interest in Wide Receivers? on Apr 23 2014, 2:27p
So why was Wallace's drop rate so much higher than Ginn's?
Commented on What's With the Miami Dolphins' Interest in Wide Receivers? on Apr 23 2014, 2:24p
Don't worry, Jason Scott_90 and I are very close to becoming each other's arch-nemesis.
Commented on What's With the Miami Dolphins' Interest in Wide Receivers? on Apr 23 2014, 2:24p
I think that's pretty close.
Commented on What's With the Miami Dolphins' Interest in Wide Receivers? on Apr 23 2014, 2:23p
I didn't say Ginn was better. My point is that they have a similar style.
Commented on What's With the Miami Dolphins' Interest in Wide Receivers? on Apr 23 2014, 2:20p
How about this comparison... Ginn and Wallace both had 5 TD's in 2013.
Commented on What's With the Miami Dolphins' Interest in Wide Receivers? on Apr 23 2014, 2:19p
He doesn't need to be physical... but does he need to be able to catch?
Commented on What's With the Miami Dolphins' Interest in Wide Receivers? on Apr 23 2014, 2:16p
Wallace is afraid of getting hit, too. I compare him to Ginn, because he plays soft like Ginn did.
Commented on What's With the Miami Dolphins' Interest in Wide Receivers? on Apr 23 2014, 2:16p
I also would have preferred Munnerlyn over Finnegan. Especially when you consider Munnerlyn signed a longer contract with less guaranteed money and less base salary than Finnegan.
Commented on Jamar Taylor considered quitting football on Apr 23 2014, 2:14p
Fair point. Poor running teams tend to run less play-action. Getting rid of Go & Go-Go would also help.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 23 2014, 2:04p
Weird, isn't it?
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 22 2014, 2:02p - 1 reply
AWESOME POINTS, darryl
Commented on Jamar Taylor considered quitting football on Apr 22 2014, 2:00p - 1 reply
Also let's not forget that Wallace had a bunch of drops in 2013. Wallace's 11 drops were tied for 4th most in the NFL.
Commented on What's With the Miami Dolphins' Interest in Wide Receivers? on Apr 22 2014, 1:54p - 4 replies
for Yes, but not until the second day
Voted on Apr 22 2014, 1:43p
There was definitely a time when I would have considered giving up a draft pick for Chris Johnson.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 22 2014, 1:40p
You're right. We're back to agreement, probably some misunderstanding on my part. Nice, detailed comment.
Commented on Miami Dolphins Spotlight: Is Ryan Tannehill a Franchise Quarterback? on Apr 22 2014, 1:36p - 1 reply
A couple things I'd like to point out:
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 21 2014, 2:13p - 2 replies
Even if you draft a QB to possibly replace Moore, it is still technically a "pick for competition".
Commented on Miami Dolphins Spotlight: Is Ryan Tannehill a Franchise Quarterback? on Apr 21 2014, 1:48p - 1 reply
Yards and TD's are stats that a QB can collect by throwing the ball alot.
Commented on Miami Dolphins Spotlight: Is Ryan Tannehill a Franchise Quarterback? on Apr 19 2014, 8:18p
Don't you think it might be worth giving Tannehill some real competition instead of just handing him the job?
Commented on Miami Dolphins Spotlight: Is Ryan Tannehill a Franchise Quarterback? on Apr 19 2014, 8:04p - 1 reply
You and others keep making this point.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 19 2014, 3:15p - 1 reply
The Falcons were a much worse running team than Miami, but Matt Ryan was 2nd in the league in 3rd Down Passing Conversion %. That goes against your logic.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 19 2014, 2:59p - 1 reply
That's how I look at it.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 19 2014, 2:48p
lol
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 19 2014, 2:47p - 1 reply
I could be wrong about that. Sorry. I couldn't find the 30+ yard statistic you are referring to.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 18 2014, 2:05p - 1 reply
Actually, that is QB Rating with Play Action. Not Deep Passing.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 18 2014, 2:02p - 1 reply
3rd down efficiency is dominated by Efficient Passing teams.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 18 2014, 1:57p - 2 replies
The only factors included in passer rating are:
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 18 2014, 1:26p - 1 reply
Hartline is a good route-runner with good hands and great body control and sideline awareness.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 18 2014, 1:08p
The Buffalo game is a good example of Miami getting run all over because they couldn't stop it. It happens.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 18 2014, 1:04p - 1 reply
I can't take credit for it. I think I picked up some of this info from Omar Kelly's blog.
Commented on 5 Takeaways from Dennis Hickey’s Interview on Apr 18 2014, 12:57p
Probably not.
Commented on Miami Dolphins Pre-Draft Analysis: Linebackers on Apr 18 2014, 12:52p
Think Zach Thomas.
Commented on Miami Dolphins Pre-Draft Analysis: Linebackers on Apr 17 2014, 3:04p - 1 reply
Miami was also ranked 25th in yards/play (offense). Which again, points to lack of playmakers.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 17 2014, 2:45p
I completely agree.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 17 2014, 2:37p
I think Points 4 & 5 need a bit of clarification
Commented on 5 Takeaways from Dennis Hickey’s Interview on Apr 17 2014, 2:35p - 1 reply
He might not be elite, but his passing efficiency is.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 17 2014, 2:21p - 1 reply
I noticed that on TV. It seems like games in Miami always have as nearly traveling fans supporting our opponents as we do Dolphin fans.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 17 2014, 2:19p
And here are the numbers to support your argument...
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 17 2014, 2:16p - 1 reply
Please ignore this. My numbers are wrong.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 6:00p
Here it is again with the numbers corrected.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 6:00p - 1 reply
Sorry ct. Something is wrong with my numbers on my 2:46 post.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 5:50p
Denver did run 150 more plays, but 112 of them were running plays (75% of their additional plays were runs).
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 5:46p - 2 replies
I think you make a good point.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 5:41p
Their home-field advantage is almsot unbeleivable.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 5:17p - 1 reply
In the 3 games that Miami rushed for less than 30 yards (Cleveland-W, Baltimore-L, Buffalo-L)
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 1:38p - 1 reply
While I agree that the right RB can improve the efficiency of the Passing Game, I disagree that running the ball sets up the passing game.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 1:21p - 3 replies
Fair point, because our WR, TE and RB's drafted by Ireland haven't exactly panned out.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 1:11p
I'd say that's pretty accurate.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 12:58p
Regarding the Seahawks.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 12:57p - 1 reply
Somewhere, Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller are wiping away each other's tears.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 12:50p
I tend to agree about the short yardage efficiency.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 16 2014, 12:43p - 1 reply
Are you calling Tony Sparano conservative?
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 15 2014, 12:58p - 1 reply
Good points.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 15 2014, 12:55p - 1 reply
I tend to agree with you about the 'pass-first' issue.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 15 2014, 12:50p - 1 reply
You are both in agreement. It's the definition of 'context' that is clouding things.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 15 2014, 12:39p
I agree, well said. I won't argue semantics with you.
Commented on What Makes a Winner? 2013 Edition on Apr 15 2014, 12:34p
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