Tough Guy

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  1. Mindtornado

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    I would not cross Yeremiah Bell.

    Showing my age but another past nasty Dolphin was Bob Kuechenburg. Remember watching him as a kid; first guy I ever admitted to myself that could beat up my Dad.
     
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    Whatever happened to that QB? I recall he posted a very funny pic of the moment on Twitter and seemed to have gotten a good laugh out of it. Wasn’t he a high draft pick? Out of the NFL already?
     
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    Jumping offsides
     
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    I’d love a deranged but semi-controlled psycho killer on D, we lack a fear factor, Vontaz Burfict is going to be released....DO IT!!!
     
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    I am sorry to say, it actually is Kiko, he has forced more guy out of the game then anyone on the the team.

    Though I like Kiko, and how he plays, him being the toughest guy on the team is painful to think about. Kiko would not come close in Miami defences of the past.
     
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    Though I agree he tends to at times look confused out there, he still either is the luckiest dumb mofo, or maybe maybe credit should be given considering of all our players Kiko is normally part of the play, or close to being part of it...And it's not even close, nobody on the defense seems to be in or around a play as much as Kiko.
     
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    Teams have learned that if you play press against the Pats, they kill you with pick plays. It’s a pick your poison situation with no great answers.

    What I can’t understand is why more offenses don’t copy their simple formula.
     
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    Obviously, you don't play press on every down. But you better believe on crucial 3rd downs Edelman and Gronk aren't getting off that line. I will put my best DB on C.Hogan 1 on 1 and dare you to beat me.

    Guess who runs that type of defense successfully? Exactly! The Patriots has against other teams potent offensive weapons.

    So yes I don't understand why more teams don't copy what they're done.
     
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    How did you not mention Incognito. LOL
     
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    This is an incredibly accurate account of his play. Well put.
     
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    Bryan Cox. Nobody ****s with Bryan Cox.
     
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    TJ McDonald probably hits harder than anybody on the team.

    Alltime tough guy: Csonka or Manny Fernandez
     
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    It’s like defensive coordinator’s go into the game scared and still play not to give up the “big” play. Newsflash: Brady is no longer special and the big play from him is rare. Brady will give himself up rather than take a sack. The same coordinator’s overvalue Gronkowski and undervalue Edelman. Double Edelman and put Hogan and Gronk 1 on 1. Bring everyone up close to the LOS and bring extra pressure every down. If you go in afraid of the big play, you’ve already lost. Smack Brady in the mouth a few times and he will be throwing his helmet on the sidelines like the spoiled brat he is.
     
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    Doing a great job with the rest of that defense like he did every game in the playoffs, where was this brilliant Rams offense for the entirety of the Super Bowl?

    Pretty sure that was far more of a reason they lost as opposed to Suh and that defense.

    I guess to some the Rams defense shouldn't have allowed the GOAT to score a single point on offense, because that's what it would have taken to get the W lmfao.

    Too bad they couldn’t win the SB entirely on their own like that all time great Seahawks defense did for the overrated Russell Wilson.
     
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