New Blog up. He didn't seem to badmouth Feeley as much as everyone else. Who do I believe? Just kidding. I trust you guys. Here it is. http://www.palmbeachpost.com/dolphins/content/shared-blogs/palmbeach/Dolphins/
- A.J. Feeley seemed to be limping pretty good;
- All the QBs played much better, especially Gus Frerotte. He hooked up with Maurice Mann on back-to-back long passes.That got the about 500 in attendance hollering. Later, Chris Chambers made a great leaping catch. The throw was good too;
- Tight ends Donald Lee and Ed Perry each had a bad drop;
- A.J. ran a nice two-minute drill but was bailed out on fourth down when he threw an interception to Reggie Howard. Lucky for Feeley, the ball popped off of Howard and into the hands of Wes Welker. The first down didn't help, however. Olindo Mare missed a mid-40s FG wide right;
I agree, the difference however will be, how those mistakes are corrected. There is a big difference from Dave giving excuses and clapping his hands saying that's ok, we'll get it.. And Nick or Linehan getting them in a meeting room and saying, this is what each of you will have to do to repay me for these mistakes to ensure they don't happen again... and if they happend a 2nd time, then expect to stand in the unemployement line or ride the bench..Samphin said:These two quotes remind me way too much of years past.
It may be that fans project their own bias into their reports and Bedard doesn't.ScrepsMJ said:See everyone here who went to todays practice said Feeley looked horrible, but the guy from the media with the blog said all QB's improved and Feeley did alright. So whats the deal????
DiepatriotsDie said:New Blog up. He didn't seem to badmouth Feeley as much as everyone else. Who do I believe? Just kidding. I trust you guys. Here it is. http://www.palmbeachpost.com/dolphins/content/shared-blogs/palmbeach/Dolphins/