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Don't turn on ESPN (The Blitz)

It'll just tick you off :hihi:

Berman and Tom Jackson defending their pick and making excuses.

Ted Ginn lost them the game apparently.
 

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ginn didn't lose this game for us, but he didn't help

we just melted down pure and simple
 

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I don't agree, but he did bobble the pass that Sharper took back. And he dropped two crucial passes in the fourth.

He also dropped the game-winning TD against Indy.

Not a favorite with Dolphin fans right now.
 

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**** espn. **** the national sports media. We own the NFL this year.
 

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ginn didn't lose this game for us, but he didn't help

we just melted down pure and simple

You think that? I ask because I don't. Miami came out as hyped and hardcore as possible to begin the game. Trick about it is that if you're facing a good team, which the Saints kinda are, eventually they *will* make some plays and sneak back into it.

I see the Fins coming out as Superman for all but the last eight minutes of the first half and reverting back to normal. Nothing to be upset about, they still fought their behinds off till the end.
 

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We won because Drew Brees is football's equivalent to Michael Jordan. And if you talk smack to Michael Jordan, he will make it a mission to destroy you.

Crowder, Porter, and the rest of that Fin defense won us that game by ticking Drew Brees off.
 

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I would actually agree. Ted Ginn's drops really set us up to win this game. He had some HORRIFIC drops.
 

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You think that? I ask because I don't. Miami came out as hyped and hardcore as possible to begin the game. Trick about it is that if you're facing a good team, which the Saints kinda are, eventually they *will* make some plays and sneak back into it.

I see the Fins coming out as Superman for all but the last eight minutes of the first half and reverting back to normal. Nothing to be upset about, they still fought their behinds off till the end.

yes I believe that.

'normal' is hard to tell right now if you're a dolphins fan. we're only in the second year of a rebuilding phase from 1-15 despite winning 11 games last year.

Our meltdowns have been against teams with good QBs, good TE's, and being able to exploit our S / LBer play.. also we're not built to come from behind against high octane offenses such as yours, nor are we built to come back from INT's thrown by a QB.

I know you guys are a great team, and knew the game would be tough; but I saw three sides of us today. I saw the future (majority of the first half) and the past (the second half) as well as what we have now (which is the whole game).

I know we're going forward, but we got totally smoked today for good reason. Those reasons will be addressed.
 

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