Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by normaldude, Oct 7, 2012.
By a yard
Imagine if we had Brandon lined up on the other side
Let's see how long he can keep it up.
Hartline would have a hell of a lot yards less
There was a time that Sammie Smith carried a 4.3 average and had just ground out a win againt
just a random, crazy, drunk thought. but what if andre and calvin johnson were our wideouts with welker as our slot?
Dang Reggie Wayne, and a lot of people here said he's done and we shouldn't sign him.
Than we wouldn't be discussing Hartline being the top leading receiver. Nothing against him, he just wouldn't have half the targets he has had so far this season with Marshall here.
And to think we could have signed Reggie Wayne in the offseason.
fixed that for ya. hartline either wasn't getting open or being targeted enough today.
He'd still be WR#2 in terms of stats.
It's funny how 4 of the 5 WRs on this list have some connection to the Fins.
Hartline: Dolphins WR
Wayne: could have been a Dolphins WR
Green: Played the Dolphins today
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That's a hell of a #2
When Armstrong has the playbook down pack and develops chem with Tannehill, and Egnew is ready, they will compliment Hartline well. Watch out.
He put in a Herculean effort today. Inspiring performance - the stuff you make Lifetime channel movies for.
But we'd have 2 more wins at this point and be leading the division.
That will be EXCITING!
If Brandon was lined up on the other side, then we would be 0-5. Hartline would have 200 yards, and Brandon the complainer would be asking for the ball more. Some of you just do not understand the effect of one bad apple.
Then both Brian Hartline & Brandon Marshall would be at middle of the pack...
Actually he would probably have more. Having a WR like Marshall commands teams to double him and with Bush coming out of the backfield, Hartline draws less attention from the defense. When the Dolphins get that guy that requires help, Hartline will explode.
That's what she said.
QFT. So far, I can't complain too much about how things are turning out. We can imagine "what ifs" and what nots all day long, but work with the great group of players you already have. This may sound a little cheesy, but it's one of the quotes I live by, which really has nothing to do with my favorite sports teams, but whatever: Happiness is loving what you already have.
waiting for gaffney....i wasnt really high on him but I think he offers more than Armstrong. He played with Brady and co.
Hartline goes to the ground WAY too often after a catch.....look for it and you'll see.
While he is a good WR (as well as probably the best on the Fins) he would not be the #1 or 2 guy on almost any other team. He is obviously Tannehill's go to guy which can morph into a problem when RT keeps only looking for/going his way. Tannehill is trying to force too many balls to Hartline and it's going to create INT's if he doesn't spread it around more.