Well we all need to prepare ourselves for Watson rumors this offseason yet again....
I understand making a move for Watson would be a huge move since it could finally bring a legitimate pro bowl QB to Miami for years to come.
I understand Tua still is young with potential and he hasn't had...
The most common debate being discussed by Miami Dolphins fans right now is whether or not Tua Tagovailoa should start in week one.
I’ve broken down why Tagovailoa should start in week one.
Was listening to the Locked On Fins Podcast this morning and Travis Wingfield mentioned that Kyler could potentially tell teams that if they draft him, he'll just go play baseball. This would mean that he could tell a warm weather team like Miami that is rebuilding and is looking for a savior...
We do not need 50 threads about this. Keep it (and updates) here:
I will update the thread title when we know more.
Personally I suspect that they are just being cautious, but its a big scare
That first throw to Gray tho . . . that was a bonafide NFL throw with great ball placement.
(NFL won't allow me to embed video, will try to find a different link)
From the beginning, San Diego came into this game with the mindset that "Jay Ajayi was not going to beat us". They jam packed that box to stop the run and sent waves of pressure towards Ryan Tannehill that entire first half.
But once Ryan Tannehill made that throw to Kenny Stills in the back...
Unless teams have studied the dolphins' offense during the preseason games, Patriots and bills game, there are reasons to be concerned.
I noticed that opposing defenses are always making the right calls when we run or pass. It it a coincidence?
Brian Hartline makes this offense also...
I believe Tannehill played very well in 2013 with a horrible offensive line but he did play like absolute dog **** the last two games. Now our O-Line actually looks pretty good and we seem to be very deep at receivers. Could we see Tannehill reach 30 TD's? Maybe 10-15 INT range? Reach 4,000...
#17 has been criticized often around here for his pocket awareness, or lack thereof. Taking a look at the video below you'll see that most of the flak he receives is totally unfair. He's shown the ability to buy time and extend plays while also showing the skill needed to scramble for positive...
Will the relationship improve on the field simply from better offensive line play?
Is Bill Lazor's presence going to significantly help dial up more favorable plays for them to succeed?
Perhaps you think there is something specific the two teammates need to work on together to refine their...
Tom Brady twice
Mark Sanchez twice
Ryan Fitzpatrick twice
Jake Locker (or Matt Hasselback)
Alex Smith (or Colin Kaepernick)
Outside of Brady twice and Matt Schaub . . . is there another QB...
“Especially with the underneath routes, you have to have what they call a ‘high plant leg,’” Pennington said. “You actually have to throw it taller than what your body is. You have to get up on that front leg and be able to extend as high as you can and almost throw down.”...
Funny thing is he later contradicts himself by stating the QB's aren't sniping at each other and it hasn't divided the locker.
Where do they find these guys???
Amongst other things he thinks the defense is overrated...