MexDolfan presents Miami Dolphins' Offensive Line Thought Meter

Dolphins' Offensive Line Thought Meter is ...

  • As weak as toilet paper

    Votes: 5 10.0%
  • As solid as flag ball OL

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • As solid as pee wee league kids

    Votes: 5 10.0%
  • As solid as AAA team

    Votes: 5 10.0%
  • As solid as 2013's version

    Votes: 16 32.0%
  • As solid as required to compete

    Votes: 15 30.0%
  • Solid as a rock

    Votes: 4 8.0%

  • Total voters
    50

MexDolfan

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I'm bringing a graphical opinion about the current status of our team with the so-called "Offensive Line Thought Meter"
Today's edition

Phins thought meter (July 29th).png
 

So Be

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Sorry Mex, this was a good thought while it lasted. Unfortunately, that was only until reading past the title.
 

uk_dolfan

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**** thread lol ironically much like our o line
 

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I'm not sold yet on the line being competitive. Still have at least 2 holes to fill and posibly 3. Much like last year, but there is still time to get better.
 

Adam First

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Losing Pouncey and Brenner is a big loss. Garner is best as the backup everything and shouldn't be forced to start. Samson Satele would be a nice stop gap at center until Pouncey heals.

The left side should be good with Albert and Colledge. We'll see how the right side turns out either with Smith/Thomas and James.
 

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Losing Pouncey and Brenner is a big loss. Garner is best as the backup everything and shouldn't be forced to start. Samson Satele would be a nice stop gap at center until Pouncey heals.

The left side should be good with Albert and Colledge. We'll see how the right side turns out either with Smith/Thomas and James.

Well it appears the coaches aren't convinced about Satale, or he'd be here. Releasing and blocking down field is crucial to the center position in this scheme...the coaches probably know Satale can't handle it.
 

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Looking at the meter about 75% of those on here think we're alright.
 
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