2015 Miami Dolphins

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  1. GWTJ

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    I see the same Dolphins that hung Richie Incognito out to dry and promised an improved locker room culture have signed Suh to a huge contract. The hypocritical behavior in the NFL when dealing with white vs black players is so obvious to us but not one pundit on any sports talk show has brought this up. :noidea:
     
  2. Leonardfan

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    Great point! I honestly didn't even think to make that connection.
     
  3. FootballDad

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    I see that the Dolphins signed bust quotaback Josh Freeman today. This will definitely give our Dolphins posters here the warm fuzzies. :grin:
     
  4. Awake in America

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    Why don't the Dolphins just use money as toilet paper at their HQ? What a complete joke. Can we just call it welfare?
     
  5. Extra Point

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    Last year the Dolphins, in effect, replaced Brian Hartline, a 1000 yard receiver, with an inferior black receiver, Jarvis Landry. This year they released Hartline.

    They thought it was so important to get rid of a White receiver, even though he was a proven quality player, that they spent a second round pick on Landry, which could have been spent in other areas.

    Moves such as this do not help build your team.
     
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  6. Gangrel

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    Hopefully Cleveland treats Brian with a bit more respect than Miami did, though after seeing how quick their fan base turned on Peyton Hillis I'm not holding my breath.
     
  7. celticdb15

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    Dion Jordan is trying very hard to be a bust! Ha! I love it here at CF we were staunch critics of this guy andnit looks like we were right. Hes suspeneded ths whole year for dilluted drug test!
     
  8. Freethinker

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    Even if he turns out to be a descent player it was obvious that he was a huge reach at the time. Players of his caliber can be had later in the draft. 3rd overall pick! LMAO.:nono:
     
  9. celticdb15

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    No doubt. "Dat upside doe" those would make decent t-shirts.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    Lol this is great. He has been a huge bust, one of the biggest considering his draft spot and lack of production. The Dolphins need an infusion of solid white players. It would be nice if they got some white olinemen to protect Tannehill.
     
  11. Tannehill17

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    As a Dolphins fan, I'm not even mad about this. I knew from the moment he was picked, that Jordan would end up being a megabust. The former GM Jeff Ireland was the ultimate caste whore in which he could have had a solid O-lineman in Lane Johnson, but instead opted for the afflete because of 'dat upside' Now Tannehill has an all chocolate O-line that he can get destroyed behind.
     
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    He'll most likely just be a camp arm. I doubt he beats out Matt Moore for the #2 QB spot.
     
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    You just never know. The coaches and GM might see a spark of that "upside" and opt to keep him over the melanin-challenged competition. :thumbsup:
     
  14. Extra Point

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    The Dolphins signed Ryan Tannehill to a long term contract extension averaging close to 20 million dollars a year. Good move.

    Tannehill is obviously a franchise quarterback.
     
  15. Extra Point

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    Suh shows up to practice wearing sneakers to show up the defensive coordinator.

    The black worshiping media doesn't criticize him but portrays it as some sort of protest, just as they do when blacks riot.

    Suh was known for this sort of thing in Detroit.

    Suh's shoe choice at practice seen as a message to Coyle ...
     
  16. BeyondFedUp

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    Interim coach Campbell should get in his unproductive, overpaid, selfish face and do it in front of the team. Being interim, this just might work, and gain some respect. Blacks have nothing but disdain for spineless Whites. They only understand the whip so-to-speak.
     

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