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  • Texans DEfeated!!!

    Great DEfensive stand and one hell of a Offense in the 1st half.... Great day!

  • #2
    Now on to the Patriotic cheaters!!!
    The deeper the roots, the higher the reach.

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    • #3
      talk about the cheaters,didn't wilfork look human and fat and slow today!!!
      he didn't seem like his old patriot self now!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by phinfanfrom70s View Post
        talk about the cheaters,didn't wilfork look human and fat and slow today!!!
        he didn't seem like his old patriot self now!
        As much as I hate bellychuckle, he knows when to get rid of players.
        While it takes two to have an argument, it only takes one to walk away.

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        • #5
          That was the most impressive half of football I can remember the Dolphins playing. I am glad that we saved it for the Texans and we finally beat them. Now lets beat the Pats on Thursday and we will be the talk of the league.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by phinfanfrom70s View Post
            talk about the cheaters,didn't wilfork look human and fat and slow today!!!
            he didn't seem like his old patriot self now!
            Hell, for most of the game we made JJ Watt look human, old & slow today!!!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Driven_Phinsane! View Post

              Hell, for most of the game we made JJ Watt look human, old & slow today!!!
              I thought we simply played very smartly in the 1st half to negate his speed and power... 1st half was all about getting rid of the ball in under 2 secs to protect the OL and QB. 3rd qtr we started trying to set up deeper throws and paid the price. Pass pro is still suspect on longer developing routes, but at least we're not facing players of JJ Watt's caliber every week.

              Couple of the sacks were blown blocks, some were coverage. The Clowney sack was definitely Tannehill drifting and trying to buy time. Thought it funny that it was Clowney's 1st ever sack. Of course it was. lol...

              Hoping the OL can continue to improve and play very well Thursday night.

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              • #8
                Grades...

                Offense
                • Lamar Miller had the NFL’s second-highest grade for running backs with a 3.8. He had for 175 rushing yards, 61 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
                • Quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw all four touchdowns when blitzed by Houston’s defense.
                • Guard Billy Turner struggled this week, according to Pro Football Focus. He had a minus-6.1 grade, which ranked No. 35 out of 37 guards.

                Defense
                • Cameron Wake, who had two sacks, scored the highest grade (7.1) among 4-3 defensive ends in Week 7.
                • Reshad Jones had a strong game with a pick-six and also allowed just one catch for 9 yards.
                Interesting note on the TD throws...

                No mention of Suh. Interesting that Turner had a negative grade. But then he and James were facing JJ Watt a lot of the day.

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                • #9
                  Dallas Thomas actually had a good game and rated a 2.2. He and Pouncey were the only offensive linemen in the positive.

                  Suh rated out as a 4.1. The penalties cost him or he would have rated out at 6.9.

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                  • #10
                    Wow a very interesting stat hidden away in power rankings by Elliot Harrison.

                    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...alf-colts-drop

                    At one point in the second quarter Sunday, Miami had 35 points while Houston had zero yards of offense. Read that line again. That might be the most amazing stat I've ever seen. No, that is the most amazing stat I've ever seen.

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                    • #11
                      [QUOTE=VAIDER5120;n8486]Wow a very interesting stat hidden away in power rankings by Elliot Harrison.

                      http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...alf-colts-drop

                      At one point in the second quarter Sunday, Miami had 35 points while Houston had zero yards of offense. Read that line again. That might be the most amazing stat I've ever seen. No, that is the most amazing stat I've ever seen.[/QUOTE


                      That truly is amazing.... Who would of thunk it......

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                      • #12
                        [QUOTE=HndRkyaBong34;n8503]
                        Originally posted by VAIDER5120 View Post
                        Wow a very interesting stat hidden away in power rankings by Elliot Harrison.

                        http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...alf-colts-drop

                        At one point in the second quarter Sunday, Miami had 35 points while Houston had zero yards of offense. Read that line again. That might be the most amazing stat I've ever seen. No, that is the most amazing stat I've ever seen.[/QUOTE


                        That truly is amazing.... Who would of thunk it......
                        I don't know, seems to me we've been on the other end of that stat or at least one's similar, countless times!!!

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                        • #13
                          Main stat that matters is 2-0 under Dan Campbell. He grades out at a 10+ rating from me so far. ;-)

                          While Dan did benefit greatly from getting Albert and Sims back, he's also made some decisions that have paid off immensely - starting Turner and Matthews and dedicating the offense to balance and running more.

                          While Turner struggled in pass pro, that should improve with experience and NOT having to face Suh and Watt going forward. We won't face as talented a DL again until we see the jets and bills next game.

                          The other stuff only matters IF we capitalize on having a winning season after all.

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                          • HndRkyaBong34
                            HndRkyaBong34 commented
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                            Campbell won't matter either, because the talking heads are already bringing up Haley as the next HC in Miami.... Campbell better win! Cause I can't stand Haley...

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