Zero penalties

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Nublar7, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. xXwarXx

    xXwarXx Banned Hammered

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    I wouldn't expect a philbin coached team to have many penalities, but 0 is just awesome.

    Your really starting to see the difference in the coaching style and types of players this staff has brought in.
     
  2. DphinBillkiller

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    Most impressive indeed! :hump:
     
  3. GoonBoss

    GoonBoss Finheaven Templar Super Donator

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    Hey, Southbeach2 was saying the guys that hung around his workplace were questioning
    if Philbin was a "leader of men"

    I love that..

    "Leader of men."

    ---------- Post added at 04:36 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:36 PM ----------

    That? is just football gods smiling on MIA for ONCE.
     
  4. PyroDOLFAN

    PyroDOLFAN Seasoned Veteran Donator

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    Just an amazing game, the refs let them play a little ruff early on too. We got lucky on a no call pass interference which led to a Colts 3 instead of possible 7, but it was both ways. I love aggressive Defense.

    AND GRIMES!!! Man I wish I was that athletic
     
  5. twohype

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    Outstanding :)
     
  6. AphexPhin

    AphexPhin A True Fan

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    Very impressive
     
  7. WVDolphan

    WVDolphan Banned Hammered

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    I guess it turns out that keeping the practice field litter free and the locker room clean isnt so bad after all. :lol:

    Dont tell that to that group of posters who had a huge problem with it last year though.
     
  8. GoonBoss

    GoonBoss Finheaven Templar Super Donator

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    Philbin's just feeble. It's luck.....lol..Well, I guess it not just LUCK......BAH HA HA HA HA HA!
     
  9. WVDolphan

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    You were in the military werent you Goon?

    Let me ask you...... How perfect did you have to keep all of your ****? Bed, foot locker etc etc...

    You think that was a bunch of bs or do you think its because its obvious that they dont want soldiers not paying great attention to detail which could of course lead to mistakes on the field of battle?.... where of course mistakes can be huge.
     
  10. CSONKA1966

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    What I love is when we had Shula as a coach we were always one of the fewest penalized teams in the league and we always seemed to have a great back-up QB (Morrall,Strock). We seemed to always win as well. It seems management is taking a page out of history.
     
  11. GoonBoss

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    You keep things clean, because it lends it'self to overall performance.

    One does not absolutely corrolate with the other, but there is something to be said for it. Sloppy units
    tend to perform sloppily. That's not always true. Sustained combat will drain a unit of ornaments, but
    you can bet if they kept the brass clean...though they themselves may be unshaven
    and hollow eyed, their weapons function flawlessly.

    The first thing after they've been pulled off the line that they will do is, you guessed it; Clean.

    Why? Because......etc, etc, etc
     
  12. johngarry

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    biggest stat of the game imo, difference maker
     
  13. Ilovemyfins4eva

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    the only thing i liked about the refs today was they did not throw the flags. they let them play.

    the tannehill fumble call, and the spot on the tannehill qb sneak on 4th and 1 i did not like.

    however, any nfl game with 3 flags thrown combine is a good day for me.
     
  14. Asicswrg85

    Asicswrg85 A True Fan

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    Wow, that is absolutely amazing

    Sent from my SCH-I535 using Tapatalk 4
     
  15. Daytona Fin

    Daytona Fin There's one, set for stun Moderator Finheaven VIP Donator

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    I thought the refs were lax on the flag throwing yesterday. I saw a couple non calls for both teams but i was glad they were letting them play and not get involved with the outcome of the game. Awesome job by the fins though.
     

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