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cddolphin last won the day on December 4 2018

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  1. Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs. Patriots - Poll Added!

    You're getting a bit ahead of yourself there re bolded: the "playground" or "amoeba" defense I've heard it called, I'm hoping to see it in Miami next season The McVay/Philips combo I think can be easily called the best coaching duo in the NFL this season, no? Rams need to penetrate early and make Brady uncomfortable, the formula hasn't changed regarding Brady. They're celebrating a flag not being thrown, I think Which is why I'm amazed when even some Pats fans give Brady more credit than Belichick during the Pat's reign.
  2. Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs. Patriots - Poll Added!

    No poll, OP? Shame.
  3. Dolphins to hire Packers ILB coach Patrick Graham as DC

    Only thing I've read was that he worked with Pettine for a couple years, and spent 6 years or so with Flores in NE.
  4. Coaching Change Rumor Thread

    This is correct. He will be Assistant HC / QB Coach, and not the OC. EDIT: I'll try to find the source, it was somewhere in my twitter feed. The link posted above says offensive coordinator. Maybe since Flores is being hired so late, they are having difficulty finding an OC this late i the game.
  5. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    Are you surprised? It's like 4,000 pages of novel ; of course they're not going to cram it into 70hrs of TV.. Also, I agree with the posters saying that the first few episodes of season 1 were relatively uninspiring.
  6. Closest I ever got was same height (5'8") but when she wore heels she was 5'11" ; it didn't (seem to) bother her, but she was also a crazy redhead. I rather enjoyed her being so similarly proportioned, it was new.
  7. Holy crap man, keep it going. My brother is down to 275 from 305 and it's very becoming. I'm 170lbs, somewhere around 15-16% body fat. Had a bit of a belly there for a while but nipped it in the bud.
  8. Fair - kind of seemed like doubling down on mediocre talent. Alonso is the one with the best argument to stay - and I do think he would be better suited in a 3-4 type defense ; it's a close call. Some of it will be spent on extensions ; some will be spent on value free agents - much of it should be rolled over into 2020. It'd be great to be in a situation like the Colts are - a competitive team with cap flexibility.
  9. Cutting Sitton would save $5m, it's definitely a hard decision. But since my emphasis (and hopefully Miami's) will be in building the offensive and defensive line, I figure I'd hold on to Sitton while Tunsil is relatively cheap. He may also be helpful to have next to a rookie center for example. By the way, Miami could hypothetically save $4m by cutting Kenny Stills, although I don't like the idea nor do I think Miami pursues that option.
  10. SALARY CAP SITUATION The 2019 salary cap will be $189 million. Miami can roll over $6.92 million in unused 2018 cap for a practical 2019 cap of $195.92 million. Miami currently has $168.04 million on the books in salary, and an additional $13.54 million in dead cap for a total of $181.58 million; therefore, before any cuts/restructures Miami enters the 2019 offseason with a mere $14.34 million in cap space. PLAYER CUTS QB Ryan Tannehill - Miami can save $18.75m in cap space ($7.86m dead cap) by designating Tannehill as a post-June cut. I don't think teams will bite on a trade - however, I do think Tannehill will make some money this offseason. DE Robert Quinn - This is a no-brainer, Miami can save $12.93m with absolutely no dead cap. With Miami moving more towards a 3-4 hybrid, Quinn has no place on this team. WR DeVante Parker - Miami saves $9.93m, this is another easy move. Any need for an explanation here? DvP played smaller than his size for years and never sniffed his potential. Bye bye. DE Andre Branch - Miami saves $7.0m, with $2.0m in dead cap. 11.5 sacks in three seasons gives us yet another example of why Miami should dabble in free agency only seldomly. LB Kiko Alonso - Miami can save $6.51m if they designate Kiko as a post-June 1st cut; they'll also take on $1.76m in dead cap. Kiko isn't a bad LB - he played virtually every snap for Miami this past year and had a penchant for turnovers like he did in 2016. However, he has obvious limitations and tends to be boom-or-bust; he isn't worth paying to be a progress stopper on a team that likely won't be competitive until 2020 at the earliest. WR Danny Amendola - Miami saves $6.0m. I'm sure he's a great professional blah blah blah - Miami also has Kenny Stills to fill that role and it's not worth keeping 33-year-old. DT Akeem Spence - Miami saves $2.5m. Another progress-stopper, let Vincent Taylor and Davon Godchaux grow into larger roles while adding more defensive linemen in the draft. OG Ted Larsen - Miami saves $1.87m, and incurs $420k in dead cap. Larsen wasn't quite John Jerry bad - but he was close. After the above cuts, Miami will enter the draft and free agency with $79.83 million in cap space
  11. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    On a normies list, maybe. :^) This is a board of 80s and 90s kids, Kate Upton would dominate.
  12. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    The hypocrisy being shown
  13. Adam Gase hired to be the HC of the NYJ

    Wide-9 was awful in Miami - could never play with a lead which probably hurt - then again, the Eagles won the SB last year using the wide-9 often enough. He's not - that doesn't mean much about how good of a coach he is, but his media disdain became apparent over time. wtf u r adorable Was awful in Miami - my $0.02