Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Nublar7, Dec 23, 2012.
I just saw that too, but on the NBC broadcast.
Cold and dark in New England.
Sorry I work at 4...
**** this. i wanted to watch the packers viking game at 4. o well
Get the flu. lol
Does cbs and fox, both have double headers, in the last week?
Nice. I love when we have 4:00 starts.
The Pats will be very motivated and fired up after playing like **** vs. Jacksonville.
The Pats are still the best team in the AFC and will want to put things in order for their last game at home.
Let's see how determined the Fins can be to fight back against them. I say let throw the kitchen sink at them.
Oh im going to get more than the flu....I am going get PHIN FEVER!!!!!!
Yea get it...get it lol...
Do we get Criqui again? Maybe Deirdorf can call the game and wax poetic about Tom Brady all game.
Criqui, Deirdorf and Bob Griese will be the announcers.
That Cirqui guy was brutal.
doesnt hurt my feelings, ill get big screen and sound for game, if it was at 1 i'd be stuck watching the panthers on big screen and fins on the little 40 inch tv with sound off. since we'll be staggered with panthers,,,,,good for me.
loved hearing Criqui, reminded of days gone by… back when we OWNED the AFCE! felt like finding a four-leaf
This could conceivably help the Dolphins, and the guy who needs over 7.5 wins.
At 1PM, New England would be playing simultaneous with one team it needs to lose -- Houston -- and with Denver later. No way they could take anything easy under that setup. At 4:25 they'll know the Houston result. If the Texans win, and Denver jumps to the assumed big lead hosting Kansas City, there might not be anything for New England to play for in the second half, at least in terms of a first round bye.
I guess they lost to the Ravens so there might be an issue there regarding a lower seeding, if Baltimore defeats Cincinnati.
This obviously isn't the World Cup, where all the games in final round of group play are parallel.
that time change hurts us. Now the Pats, will probadly rest their starters, with all playoffs seedings set. We will win, finish 8-8, and get a bad draft pick. We don't need that.
I'll be sipping afternoon tea at the Empress Hotel on Victoria Island in British Columbia.
Could not care any less. Happy New Year to JCane.
How does it help Miami? It only hurts us, as far as draft positioning.
The Pats are not rest **** folks. We have to bring our A game big time.
Win or lose, I dont care. BUT, I would like to see the phins play a hard hitting, attacking defense and send the Patsies limping into the playoffs
Awesome. I have to work at 5.
That's right! They could have home field locked up, be up by 28 at half and still Brady and the rest of the starters would finish the game. Belichick never takes the foot off of the gas.
People just assume they will rest their starters because they're used to the Patriots having a first round bye locked up by week 15.
They're going to stomp us yet again.
That sucks, I'm going to the game and it will be cold. No sun at all to warm the bones.
Well I should be good and **** housed by then! I plan on heckling Pats fans about Brady's despicable actions during the moment of silence for the kids of Newtown.
we dont need anymore of these uninformed neurotic posts either. one thing you can take solice in is that regardless of outcomes of 1:00 games, it is a 100% gaurantee the NE WILL NOT rest anyone.
Bellicheat never rest players I don't know where people get these things!
Go out and kick those m***holes in the junk.
The real downside is; Bob Griffin v Jerry's Kids on NBC at night.
Who cares what time it is. This is our Super Bowl. This game is a point of pride to this young team.
I don't want to hear, "We could have beat them in Miami." Not the way we played.
I'd rather hear that we will play hard and fast and ruin the Pats day. Who cares if they move on? We will have won on Sunday, and hopefully Brady will feel it!
Generally I tend to prefer the early game but what the heck.
He did in 2005 when we beat them in a very similiar situation. Brady started just to keep his streak alive and then left early in the game.
[h=1]Dolphins end on a high note, beat Patriots[/h]By Associated Press
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (Jan. 1, 2006) -- The Patriots are headed to the playoffs after their most entertaining loss of the season. The Dolphins are done after their sixth straight win.
Tom Brady watched most of it from the sidelines.
Miami achieved its longest winning streak in 13 years with a 28-26 victory over New England, which rested many of its starters with an eye toward next Jan. 7's wild-card game against Jacksonville at Foxborough.
Sweet, maybe I'll get it in Kenosha now...
This is awesome news. Both FOX and CBS have doubleheaders so, living in NYC with both the Giants and Jets playing at 1pm, you get to watch both Mia-NE AND GB-MIN @4:30.
Comeon. You have to go back 7 years to find a game where Brady sat.
I cant remember in recent memory when Bellicheck rested anyone. The closest I can remember to Brady not playing, was in 2007 when the Pats were up 42 to 7 going into the 4th quarter. With about 5 or so minutes left on the clock Bellicheck pulled Brady. Cassell came in and immediately threw an INT to JT who returned it for a TD. Bellicheck would have no more of that as on their next possession he put Brady and he quickly scored a TD to Welker.
BB doesnt play that
Probably a conspiracy by the NFL to make Miami play later in the day when it will be colder, to give the patsys an edge!
We would have smoked them at 1pm!
I'll be there. That place can get brutally cold. Oh, look...chance of snow too. Awesome. Hopefully the Phins kick tail.