Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Saban: It All Comes Down to Execution

Makes me wonder who he's planning to execute first. Maybe the receivers who dropped seven passes Sunday in our 34-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers? Maybe Joey Harrington the next time he throws an interception?

It's not like Green Bay never wins in Miami. It's just that the last time that happened their coach was...Vince Lombardi.

With my Dolphins at 1 and 6, I am so ready for a bye in Week 8!

Wednesday, October 04, 2006


Well, that's just great. Bennie Anderson's tricep surgery is going to keep him out for the rest of the season. That's the last thing the Miami Dolphins need right now with the pitiful record they have. It also seems that there is some sort of guard "curse". This is the 4th Miami guard injured this season. At least Kendyl Jacox is back. I wish I had sold my NFL Miami Dolphins season tickets. They seem to be the worst team on the East coast.

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Miami Dolphins Come So Close

So close, but no cigar for Nick Saban and my Miami Dolphins, as they lost to the Houston Texans 17-15 today. If I were giving out cigars, I'd have one for Chris Chambers, who helped make things that close and almost closer. Chambers caught a TD pass from Daunte Culpepper with just over a minute and a half to go. Then he was in position to grab one from Ronnie Brown, only it got tipped away by the Texans' Mario Williams--I knew there was some reason Houston picked him as the Numero Uno choice in the draft. Williams also got his first NFL sack tdoay; we'll need to keep an eye on this guy.

Well, it's back to AFC East competition next week, when we head to Gillette Stadium to go after the New England Patriots. The Pats looked pretty good (as in 38-13) against the Cincinnati Bengals today. I think we can at least keep it closer than that, right Miami?