Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by CRIOS, Sep 17, 2012.
Dolphins 20 (2 TDs and 2 FGs)
Jets 13 (1 TD and 2 FGs)
Miami 24 Jets 20
I think the Miami CBs give up a couple of long TDs and we get worked over the middle again. Tebow will more than likely get 10 carries this week after being underused to this point. Bush will get his 130 yds on the ground and 180 yds total. Tannehill throw a bunch this game with mixed success. 290 yds 2 tds, 2 ints. Difference in this game is Wake lights up Sanchez for 3.5 sacks and Sean Smith breaks out with 2 Ints
Somewhere about 23-20 Dolphins. We will have to pass the ball a little more but Tanny rises to the challenge.
Our run defense is stellar, and their QB is Mark Sanchez. I don't think they can get much going against us. We may struggle against them at times too, but Carpenter will earn his paycheck with 3 FG's. Tanny HAS to take care of the football. Their BS's are dangerous, as we all know.
na not that much, id say 41-14 miami
Thats 5 FGs for the Jets.
Yets - 10
Dolphins - 27
Dolphins 24 Jets 10
Two very good running teams have had a lot of trouble running against the Dolphins, while two very good QBs have been able to pass, but dolphins continually refused to break.
Miami's running game seems almost unstoppable with 3 RBs that each have had their way when getting the ball, and Tannehill continues to improve, especially after finding out he has more receiving weapons then just Bess to throw the ball to.....Thank you Hartline, Fasano, Lane, (any of the RBs).
That's a very good posibility, good to see you have finally seen the light. :lol:
20-17 either way. Would like to say Carp hits the game winner from 40 as time expires.
I really can't see either offense having much success in this game, but I think that Dustin Keller will pick up enough yards in the middle of the field to ensure some fist pumps.
That said, if the Dolphins defense can get to Sanchez and force a couple of turnovers, I can definitely see Miami winning. The Jets aren't lousy, but they just aren't good, either.
(cue Junc to explain how they are an ELITE franchise with some cherry picked statistics)
nah, we suck. any team that can handle Oakland is going to crush us.
21 - 17. Miami.
Likewise any team that can handle Buffalo, despite The Meatball as the OC, The Taco as the bed-crapping QB who finished last season 4-5 with a a +5 scoring differential is a lock to beat us. Too ****ing funny. :up:
In before junc tries to get the last word.
why is responding to posts on a discussion board considered trying to get the last word in? isn't that what you guys are doing too? I get you are trying to inuslt me but it doesn't make any sense.
ahh the double standard as usual,
What about 2010 in the only legitimate season in thepast 3 years the jets made the playoffs, squeaking out victories over the texans, OT 6pt win over the 5-11 Browns, got 2 wins vs. the 4-12 Bills, beat the 4-12 Bengals, and beat the 6-10 Lions in OT with Stafford leaving the game
So theres 5 wins barely eaked out by that "elite" Jets team , 5 wins vs. teams with a combined 19 wins and 45 losses, lol , again they barely won some of those games, but the Dolphins blow out the Raiders but the Junc double standard doesnt give credit, typical
Fan on wfan just asked Mike Francesca, when do the jets realize that sanchez is not the franchise qb who can win a game for them? LMAO. I hope they think he is the man until hes 38 yrs old. He also said he was taken as the 5th overall draft choice but we all know he isnt a 5th pick in the draft talent. LMAO.
Just like any team that can handle Buffalo can crush us.
Forgive my spelling. This was sent from my phone.
we made TWO title games not 1. You can whine and call seasons legit all you want but we made 2 title games w/ mark as our QB.
Did you beat that texans team?, you know the Browns had just beaten NE and NO, right? we also beat the past in the reg season AND on the road in POSTSEASON. keep making those excuses, unfortunately for you whiners it doesn't change the results.
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Buf is 1-1, right? does Oak have a win?
Great points: I've actually been conceding them credit for that lone legitimate winning season of the last 3, but as you succinctly point out, while the means justify the ends as far as earning your way into the playoffs (yes I said "earning"), the "means" really weren't too awe-inspiring or impressive after all, were they? And of course beating the team that previously held Philip Rivers and the SD receivers to what 24pts, if less impressive than beating a team that beat an even worse one in KC, right?
But you're right, decisively beating a bad team is less impressive than beating 5 teams with a cumulative .295 winning percentage.. so long as it's the jest who do it and not the Fins. :up:
oh and they "made 1 postseason" with Bill Polian as their QB
The reality of the **** Sandwich: 54 weeks of liverwurst as part of a rancid tasting 139 week pita. That's "elite" ???
That Texans team is no where near the Texans team Miami played this season, going by your 1-1 theory, the Dolphins and Jets have the same record right now correct? Dolphins beat a bad team in the Raiders, Jets beat a bad team in Buffalo, Dolphins lost to one of the best teams in the NFL top 3 team which is 2-0 right now, Jets lost to a top 5-6 team which is now 1-1
wait did you say something about two title games? man i've never seen you use that one before, you got me, discussion over, 2 title game losses now 2 seasons ago is totally relevant in all current debates...
That texans team was supposed to be a playoff team, they missed by ONE game b/c the JETS beats them.
Point being? That has nothing to do with now
They will when they play the Chiefs.
I didn't bring it up
Depends on whether Revis is playing, imo. The line should be roughly even (with the Jets perhaps getting a slight advantage), but Revis is a seven point swing in either direction. He's the key to the Jets defense and they're utterly lost without him.
I think he'll play so I'm giving the Jets the advantage in this one. The tackling of the Jets defense will be the key, imo. With Revis in the game they'll be selling out at the line of scrimmage. The Dolphins could have two 60 yard touchdowns and that be their only scoring outside of easy stuff off of turnovers.
The Dolphins defense matches up well with the Jets offense, though. They won't be able to establish the run and Sanchez is still Sanchez, meaning down there with Jake Locker as the most inaccurate QBs in football. As someone said, should be a low scoring game all around.
haha, we'll see about that
I'm expecting Rex's defense to make it a long day for Tannehill on offense. They should stack the box and make Tannenhill beat them down the field. If he can i'll give credit to where credit is due. But at this point in time I feel the Jets are simply the better team and am expecting them to play like it.
phins 27 jet 21
Man I gotta lay off the bottle. A Jets fan predicting a spread like that is beyond the limits of my comprehension! A double take doesn't work either.
Let's keep this in perspective. We only beat Oakland, people. That doesn't make us playoff bound. This game will be tough. I'm going with a low scoring loss.
I'm not sure anyone's arguing that we're a playoff team around here. onder:
Oh and sure it was "just Oakland" but even then, pretty much every "expert" in the media was picking Oakland to win this game. I'm sure if someone DID pick us to win, they didn't see us dropping 35 on them!
You're right about the Jets game being tougher. I said in another thread this has the makings of a physical, grind it out, defensive battle. Points could be at a premium here. One big mistake on offense could end up costing that team the game. I just hope our defense is ready to rattle Sanchez some. We're going to need every break we can get. That being said, I still have us narrowly winning this game something like 20 to 17.
These games are always nailbiters!! 21-20 Phins!
Well I was wrong about this past week. I expected both running games would be ineffective and Palmer would make a few more plays then our rookie QB and the Raiders would win a close one. I did not expect Reggie Bush to go bannanas but I did expect us to shutdown McFadden. I don't believe the Jets will be able to run on us conventionally, I don't think many teams can, but admit I'm a little worried about the W-cat. If we are stuffing their run and Sanchez is struggling I think we can expect to see it a little more than they have been using it.
Defensively if they stack the box to stop Bush and take Bess and Hartline away with some combination of Revis on one and double the other we will have a tough time moving the ball. I agree, should be close low scoring game but watch the status of Richard Marshall and Sean Smith. Marshall left the last game with a back injury and Omar said today Smith was playing hurt. If our top CB's are Nolan Carroll. Jimmy Wilson and I don't even know (RJ STANFORD?) things get easier for Sanchez. I'm gonna go homer and take us 16-14.