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Dolphins John Beck evaluation might be revisited in 2011

First a disclaimer: Yes, another quarterback post.

I cannot help it.

Look, basically I'm going to hold my breath, I'm going to yell from the highest mountain, I'm going to pout, I'm going to write blog post after blog post and column upon column until the Miami Dolphins have a quarterback everyone can believe in. So you are free to join me in a growing chorus of folks demanding a good (doesn't even have to be great, but at least not embarrassing) quarterback for Miami.

Or you are free to think I'm just over the top and a foof and need to chill about a quarterback because, it's not that important, and it has only been about 14 years since the Dolphins had a great one, and it's not that big a deal.

You decide.

Having said that:

Most NFL teams are graded by how successful they are at acquiring, maintaining or developing a starting quarterback. Being as that the Dolphins are an NFL team, they aren't exempt from such scrutiny.

And up to now, while the team had done nothing to prove it is good at acquiring a good quarterback -- neither Chad Henne, Pat White nor Josh McCown turned in good seasons -- it's ability to maintain a good quarterback was not in question because Chad Pennington came to the team with solid experience and credentials and played up to those in 2008 while leading Miami to the AFC East title. So in that regard, the Dolphins kept what was a good thing a good thing.

Developing a quarterback? Well, you'll remember the Dolphins had quarterbacks on the roster when Bill Parcells-Jeff Ireland-Tony Sparano took over. Cleo Lemon was jettisoned and so far that decision was proven correct as he's no longer in the NFL. And no one questioned the release of John Beck because we all remember his struggles as a rookie and watched him struggle during the 2008 training camp QB battle.

But ...

Here we are, three years after that battle and the Beck ghost is threatening to haunt this Dolphins front office and coaching staff. Beck, you see, has somehow gone from being a bust that was cut by Miami to a backup in Baltimore, to a guy who might be the starter in Washington in 2011 -- assuming the season ever begins.

Beck's rise in Washington has been bizarre in that he is apparently ahead of Donovan McNabb on the depth chart yet has not taken even one snap in a game during his time there.

Folk in Washington are understandibly asking how it is Beck could make such a rise when he's had four years with little NFL success. Believe it or not, Beck's plausible explanation is that the Dolphins screwed him.

“When [Bill Parcells] first got there, I really liked Bill,” the quarterback told Washington radio station 102.1 several weeks ago. “Bill treated me like I was gonna be the guy. I would be in the weight room working out and he would come and stand by my squat rack, talk to me. He’d catch me in the hall or he’d have someone tell me, 'Hey John, Bill wants to see you.' I’d go sit in his office and he’d tell me, 'hey I believe that you can do this for us, I really like what you do, I think you remind me a lot of Tony Romo, things are gonna be great.'

“And then all of the sudden Brett Favre goes to the Jets, Chad Pennington becomes available, boom, that was it, done. And I went from competing for the starting job with Josh McCown to then the No. 3 on the roster overnight. So it was crazy, and then as the season went on they focused on Chad Pennington’s our guy and Chad Henne’s who we drafted so he's our future."

Despite looking like he was afraid of his own shadow in the locker room, Beck went on to say he was playing hardball with the Dolphins behind closed doors.

“So when the [2008] season ended," he told the radio station, "I went in and asked for a release. I kind of saw the writing on the wall. I don’t want to be the backup. That’s not why I play the game. I’m not the type of person who can be happy getting a paycheck and not playing. I want to be the guy playing, and I went and asked for a release, and me and Bill got into it a little bit there. So at this point, I’m not the biggest Tuna fan.”

Beck was eventually released on April 27, 2009 after two years with the team and more than one full year with the current administration. Obviously the current front office and coaching staff didn't see enough in Beck to warrant keeping him.

But here's the thing: That doesn't bother anyone as long as John Beck is a backup. That doesn't bother anyone as long as he goes to Baltimore and then gets traded to the Redskins without fanfare. Miami's decision to cut ties with Beck is even deemed correct if he becomes the starter in Washington and is mediocre at best.

But if he somehow continues his improbable climb from scrubino in Miami to scrubino in Baltimore to viable or outstanding starter in Washington, that makes Mike Shanahan look like a genius. And it makes the folks in Baltimore and the folks in Miami look, well, like they missed something.

If Beck somehow blossoms in Washingto, fans here will probably wonder what the Redskins were able to do that the Dolphins weren't able to do, what strings they pulled, what techniques they adjusted that the Dolphins didn't.

The Dolphins obviously saw something of value in Beck. They kept him for a year.

But they eventually gave up on him. So now that evaluation (so far proven correct) is on the hook again. If this kid shines in Washington, Dolphins fans will ask why Miami didn't hang on to him.

Is that fair? You betcha!

That's the business.

Personally, I wouldn't sweat John Beck just yet. Yesterday on Sirius he was talking like he's the presumed starter in Washington. "I believe I'm a starter in the NFL," he said.

But until he actually is that, Miami's decision to waive him won't be judged as questionable. And unless he plays well once he starts, that decision certainly cannot be judged as wrong.

You might argue that John Beck might have blossomed after four years and so there is no rightful expectation for the Dolphins to wait that long. Wrong. Teams wait that long for quarterbacks to blossom all the time.

I refer you to Aaron Rodgers, who didn't play until his third NFL season.

I present to you Houston's Matt Shaub, who led the NFL in passing yards in 2009 after sitting for a long time behind Michael Vick in Atlanta.

I refer you to Henne. The Dolphins have continued to wait on him to blossom and he could very well be the starter in 2011 despite not playing exceedingly well in 2009 or 2010.

Teams wait for QBs.

The Dolphins chose not to wait on Beck. They cut him loose. And he might get his opportunity in Washington. So Miami's quaterback evaluation might again be on the line.

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Ricky never smoked with Sparano as HC. Now I get it, listening to Sparano ramble made him feel as if he were still smoking.

I get the sense that Ireland is doing better without Parcells around and Sparano is doing worse. I think Ireland saw Parcells as a tutor/trainer, and that job was done. I think Sparano saw Parcells as a security blanket/pacifier.

Speaking of smoking Dirk is absolutely smoking OKC. The 3rd qtr just ended and Dirk is 10-12 shooting, with over 30pts scored.

Sparano as a Surgeon are you kidding me LMFAO!!!!!!!!! Classic 0x80, could you imagine you have to have surgery and the night before you show at the hospital and Sparano comes in as your surgeon to talk.

K 0X80 GONNA TRY AND ENTER THRU HERE K AND WE SHOULD BE GIVEN THAT 1,983 OPERATIONS ARE DONE THRU HERE BE GOOD K CAUSE THERE`S 83% OF EM GET DONE K AND THEN...................

DOCTOR EXCUSE THE INTERRUPTION I WILL BE RIGHT BACK AHHHHHHHHHHH !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! RUNNING FOR THE DOORS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Guys, though I hate listening to Sparano speak, Im willing to withold final verdict on him until I see how he handles things post-Dan Henning.

I still have reservations he wasnt allowed to overule Henning. Now Hennning's gone, Lets see what happens next.

I never saw anything wrong with Ricky`s comments either but he clearly said Sparano basically repeated himself to much, everybody always harps on the micro-managing aspect and I always think back more on the other comment.

2011 POST DAN HENNING WILL CLEARLY DEFINE WHAT WE ACTUALLY HAVE IN TONY SPARANO.

0x80 @11:12,

Well said I get that feeling as well.

Henning gave Sparano a perfect excuse to not have to step up and lead him. Daboll is a kid, Sparano is going to have to step up and lead him. Can he? My guess is that as time wears on, Daboll will gradually lose respect for Sparano.

I think Sparano is a players coach, he is on their side, knows how to spark them up, but at the same time he bogs them down with endless reminders. I have yet to see Sparano as being a leader, a guy confident enough to override his coordinators, to think on the spot, to outwit his opponent.

It's a fresh start for him. I will be interesting to see if he steps up and takes over, or continues to be a lamb.

Guys I warn you it may be premature to cast final verdict on Sparano. I do believe Henning played a major role in the mess. Sparano sounds like a perfect fall guy because of the non-sensical way he speaks.

I greatly urge you to withdraw final verdict on Sparano until we first see how he performs pot Dan Henning.

Sparano as a pilot is good stuff to, I could just picture him coming in on the intercom and two minutes later everybodies reaching for a credit card to grab a sky phone and call the 800 number for whatever airline there on to report that the pilot is drunk !!!!!

2011 needs to be the year to settle the case once in for all on Henne and Sparano. I truly do not want some FA vet coming in and winning out the QB job. Then we still won't know what we have in Henne. Considering EVERYTHING (which saves me lots of typing), we owe Henne a chance to start, at least the first 8 games, to see if he has progressed.

Sparano gets the season to prove us all wrong DB he is still listed as our Coach and gets the benefit of the doubt but instead of typing three paragraphs for you I`ll refer you to 0x80`s post at 11:20 because in the last few months I must have posted the same thing 20 times almost verbatim !!

I would absolutely love to see Derrick Locke become a Dolphin as a ufa!

DB 11:23

I agree with you. I am in wait and see mode regarding Sparano...but I must say I get the feeling he is more uneasy without the two grandpas and more stressed being under the gun to perform. We'll see.

I`ve been talking Locke for months just earlier today when you posted the 3 at large when FA starts I posted back at you Locke.

fin4life,

I definitely understand. The greatest achilles heel concerning Sparano was the fact Parcell made a guy with no previous coordinator experience on either side of the ball HC. That placed him at the absolute mercy of Henning.

As one poster posted yesterday, "what was Sparano going to overule?" What was he going to do, check into another very predictable Dan Henning play?

PFT HAS A NICE CHECK LIST FOR THE MIAMI DOLPHINS .......


I SAID IT MANY TIMES ,JHON BECK WILL START FOR THE REDSKINS ,THE COACH LOVES HIM AND HIS WORK ETHICS ............

fin4

Maybe it was you the other day saying you don't think they are going to do much WC? I have no inside information, but looking at this draft, I think, as DB has speculated, they are gearing up for WC 2.0 3D

Fin4life,

Yeah I did see that. I 100% agree with you on Derrick Lock. He may end up being a slightly smaller version of Chris Johnson!

I read somewhere today, SI or ESPN, that Shannahan was very impressed with Beck in college and rated him the top QB in that draft. Is it spin? Time will tell.

WHO'S DERRICK LOCK ?

Couple of names I wanted to throw out that the Dolphins might look at: Kevin Smith (Lions), Willis McGahee (Ravens), Jason Snelling (Falcons). I fully expect they will pick up TWO backs in FA and I wouldn't be surprised to see one of these guys in a Dolphins uniform next year. A couple of these guys could be decent third down backs.

ALoco,

Google Derrick Locke. He played rb at Kentucky. He ran a 4.3 40 at the combine. He went undrafted because he's a little undersized and nfl people may look at him as a change of pace rb/ ko returner.

But he would be perfect for our need I think.

Craig,

If they were going to take a vet FA, I would think they'd just sign Ricky or Ronnie, they are already dialed in. They may instead look to get a ufa scat back rookie. This team is emphasizing youth where they can.

0x80,

You may be right. I still think Ronnie could contribute, I'm just not sure he's not an older, perhaps slower version of Thomas. I'm not sure he fits any more.

Dolfans

So, so you think you can tell
Heaven from Hell,
Blue skies from pain.
Can you tell a green field
From a cold steel rail?
A smile from a veil?
Do you think you can tell?

CraigM,

With Locke, Devine, and Fanin available as ufa's I like our chances to at least land one of them. Obviously trading back into the 2nd rd for Thomas he'll be the primary ball carrier forus(18-25cpg). We just need a guy to tote the rock 10-15 times per game max.

I much have young fast springy legs for this purpose, than those old trodding legs that have already seen thier better days.

Greedy NFL owners & players

And did they get you to trade
Your heros for ghosts?
Hot ashes for trees?
Hot air for a cool breeze?
Cold comfort for change?
And did you exchange
A walk on part in the war
For a lead role in a cage?

How I wish, how I wish you were here.
We're just two lost souls
Swimming in a fish bowl,
Year after year,
Running over the same old ground.
What have we found?
The same old fears.
Wish you were here.

DB,

I GOOGLED HIM AS YOU TOLD ME AND I CAME UP W/THAT ;;;;;;


HE HAS SEVER SHOULDER INJURY CAUSE NERVE PAIN AND WAS THE REASON HE SAT OUT GAMES LAST YEAR......


HE LOST THE FEELING IN HIS ARM FOR SOME TIME AND HIS COACH SAID AT THE TIME ,HE WILL NOT USE HIM UNTIL HEE REGAIN THE FEELING IN HIS ARM ..........

DB,,,,,,,,, CROSS HIS NAME, HE'S NO GOOD .

;)

Guys just imagine, some place somewhere, bloogers for another nfl team are saying the exact same things about aquiring Ronnie and Ricky thru fa. It all just depends from which side of the fence we sit.

have a HAARPy day :(

Home, Maybe you should try using two hands to pull that rod out of your rump, if you want it out.

0x80,

It was me and no I still don`t think he will gamble his livelyhood that way. I understand all the worry because Thomas was a Q.B. in Jr College and all but look at him on tape, yes he goes down a little easier than you`d like given his size but to me he`s the prototype of what you see in there O`s. Look at Barber in Big D who they drafted or R.Edwards in N.E. before injury or go all the way back to Parcells last SB victory when he brought in an older O.J. Anderson and you`ll see they all fit a mold they like the one Bill tought them.

You remember you heard it here 1st Clay will have folks remembering another tweener rb/fb with good hands (K.Byars) as he gets put in a variety of formations. I think you will see the Cat but when it can catch a team of guard not on 3rd or 2nd and forever more along the lines of the way the Jets have used it with Smith which is usually from in or around mid-field with everybody spread out and in holding to my comment if Sparano is dumb enough to go any other route then Ross will be under immense pressure and interim Coach Nolan will get his shot by no later than week 10 at righting the ship and padding his resume.

ONCE AGAIN DB COMES WITH A DISASTER FOR A PLAYER TO BE SIGNED BY THE DUMB FO ........


ROSS BETTER KEEPS HIS MONEY UNDER THE MATTRESS .

Aloco,

as a 10-15 carry per game guy I think Locke would still be fine for us. Still there's Noel Devine and Mario Fanin. Fanin is intriguing to me because he's a guy that's nearly 240lbs tha ran a 4.3 40yd dash.

"WEATHER WARFARE"

World renowned scientist Dr. Rosalie Bertell confirms that "US military scientists are working on weather systems as a potential weapon. The methods include
the enhancing of storms and the diverting of vapor rivers in the Earth's atmosphere to produce targeted droughts or floods."(2)

Already in the 1970s, former National Security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski had foreseen in his book "Between Two Ages" that:

"Technology will make available, to the leaders of major nations, techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only a bare minimum of the security forces need be appraised... Techniques of weather modification could be employed to produce prolonged periods of drought or storm. "

Marc Filterman, a former French military officer, outlines several types of "unconventional weapons" using radio frequencies. He refers to "weather war," indicating that the U.S. and the Soviet Union had already "mastered the know-how needed to unleash sudden climate changes (hurricanes, drought) in the early 1980s." (3) These technologies make it "possible to trigger atmospheric disturbances by using Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) radar [waves]." (4)

A simulation study of future defense "scenarios" commissioned for the US Air Force calls for: "US aerospace forces to 'own the weather' by capitalizing on emerging technologies and focusing development of those technologies to war-fighting applications." From enhancing friendly operations or disrupting those of the enemy via small-scale tailoring of natural weather patterns to complete dominance of global communications and counterspace control, weather-modification offers the war fighter a wide-range of possible options to defeat or coerce an adversary. In the United States, weather-modification will likely become a part of national security policy with both domestic and international applications. Our government will pursue such a policy, depending on its interests, at various levels. (5)

THE HIGH-FREQUENCY ACTIVE AURAL RESEARCH PROGRAM - HAARP

The High-Frequency Active Aural Research Program (HAARP) based in Gokoma Alaska-jointly managed by the US Air Force and the US Navy-is part of a new generation of sophisticated weaponry under the US Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI). Operated by the Air Force Research Laboratory's Space Vehicles Directorate, HAARP constitutes a system of powerful antennas capable of creating "controlled local modifications of the ionosphere".

Scientist Dr. Nicholas Begich-actively involved in the public campaign against HAARP-describes HAARP as: "A super-powerful radiowave-beaming technology that lifts areas of the ionosphere (upper layer of the atmosphere) by focusing a beam and heating those areas. Electromagnetic waves then bounce back onto earth and penetrate everything-living and dead." (6)

Dr. Rosalie Bertell depicts HAARP as "a gigantic heater that can cause major disruption in the ionosphere, creating not just holes, but long incisions in the protective layer that keeps deadly radiation from bombarding the planet." (7)

MISLEADING PUBLIC OPINION

HAARP has been presented to public opinion as a program of scientific and academic research. US military documents seem to suggest, however, that HAARP's main objective is to "exploit the ionosphere for Department of Defense purposes." (8) Without explicitly referring to the HAARP program, a US Air Force study points to the use of "induced ionospheric modifications" as a means of altering weather patterns as well as disrupting enemy communications and radar.(9)

According to Dr. Rosalie Bertell, HAARP is part of a integrated weapons' system, which has potentially devastating environmental consequences: "It is related to fifty years of intensive and increasingly destructive programs to understand and control the upper atmosphere. It would be rash not to associate HAARP with the space laboratory construction which is separately being planned by the United States. HAARP is an integral part of a long history of space research and development of a deliberate military nature.

The military implications of combining these projects is alarming. The ability of the HAARP / Spacelab/ rocket combination to deliver very large amount of energy, comparable to a nuclear bomb, anywhere on earth via laser and particle beams, are frightening. The project is likely to be "sold" to the public as a space shield against incoming weapons, or, for the more gullible, a device for repairing the ozone layer. (10)

In addition to weather manipulation, HAARP has a number of related uses: "HAARP could contribute to climate change by intensively bombarding the atmosphere with high-frequency rays. Returning low-frequency waves at high intensity could also affect people's brains, and effects on tectonic movements cannot be ruled out. (11).

More generally, HAARP has the ability of modifying the World's electro-magnetic field. It is part of an arsenal of "electronic weapons" which US military researchers consider a "gentler and kinder warfare". :(

MIKE NOLAN MY FOOT ..... AS A HC HE WILL SUCK AS DID IN SF ,,,,,,,WITH RECORD 1-7 AT HOME ,OUR DEFENSE SUCKED BIG TIME .

fin4life,

I think you may have hit the nail right on the head in assessing Clay's potential could be Keith Byars-like. Great thought buddy!

Later guys, have a nice evening it had been a while I noticed there was even a Rob sighting I missed it shout out if you read this Bro !

DB,


HOW CAN YOU LIKE A GUY HIS HC SAID ,HE WILL NOT PLAY HIM UNTIL HE GETS HIS FEELING IN HIS ARM AGAIN AND THE MEDICAL STAFF WERE NOT SURE WHAT CAUSED THAT AFTER SUFFERING HIS SEVERE SHOULDER INJURY .........

ODRICK ? AGAIN ,LIKE WE R THE HOME FOR THE INJURED AND ROSS'S MONEY IS FOR THE TALKING .

WEAPONS OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER

HAARP is part of the weapons arsenal of the New World Order under the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI). From military command points in the US, entire national economies could potentially be destabilized through climatic manipulations. More importantly, the latter can be implemented without the knowledge of the enemy, at minimal cost and without engaging military personnel and equipment as in a conventional war. The use of HAARP-if it were to be applied-could have potentially devastating impacts on the World's climate.

Responding to US economic and strategic interests, it could be used to selectively modify climate in different parts of the World resulting in the destabilization of agricultural and ecological systems. It is also worth noting that the US Department of Defense has allocated substantial resources to the development of intelligence and monitoring systems on weather changes. NASA and the Department of Defense's National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) are working on "imagery for studies of flooding, erosion, land-slide hazards, earthquakes, ecological zones, weather forecasts, and climate change" with data relayed from satellites. (13)

POLICY INERTIA OF THE UNITED NATIONS

According to the Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) signed at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro:

"States have, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations and the principles of international law, the responsibility to ensure that activities within their jurisdiction or control do not cause damage to the environment of other States or of areas beyond the limits of national jurisdiction." (14).

It is also worth recalling that an international Convention ratified by the UN General Assembly in 1997 bans "military or other hostile use of environmental modification techniques having widespread, long-lasting or severe effects." (15) Both the US and the Soviet Union were signatories to the Convention. The Convention defines "environmental modification techniques" as referring to any technique for changing-through the deliberate manipulation of natural processes-the dynamics, composition or structure of the earth, including its biota, lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere or of outer space." (16) Why then did the UN-disregarding the 1977 ENMOD Convention as well as its own charter-decide to exclude from its agenda climatic changes resulting from military programs? :(

We should change our logo to the Red Cross symbol.

0X80,


CAN YOU BELIEVE WHAT DB PUTS US THROUGH EVERY NIGHT WITH HIS CHOICE OF PARALIZED PLAYERS ?

Craig M,

Ahem... Yeah, LET'S please do call a spade a spade...

Why don't you wikipedia Chad "If I am not actually starting a game my NFL time doesn't count" Henne.

I'll save you the trouble...surprise!! It reveals he was a 2008 2nd round draft pick (57) of the Miami Dolphins.

Depending on where you went to school that would put him going into his "Actual" 4th year. Ask any child in high school if he has completed 3 years if he thinks he is a Senior? He won't say a Junior and damn sure won't say Sophomore due to some school days missed.

If anything at all, Henne should feel absolutely blessed to come in, learn under a good pro in Pennington and NOT have starting bullets flying at him the second he arrived.

Let's not shield him too much man. How long did Aaron Rodgers sit? As kris so nicely pointed out: How many years has he been in the league?

This is the "Big Boy" NFL and you sink or swim asap. If you get to hold a clip board for a little bit that is a killer bonus. It is meant to "Improve" your learning curve so when you do start you are "More" prepared.

Henne may catch fire or at least have his Zippo spark up some which would help the Fins and all true fans would dig it.

I am purely speculating (along with you and all others) based off what I see, I have many more reservations than convictions Henne will rise above. That is my own non candy coated view and I am every bit the fan another fan with a more Pollyanna view would have. You say he has earned more playing time as a starter and are obviously thinking he will ascend. Time will tell.

Let's see what happens but please enough with the semantics of games started versus his actual years in the league. Plain and simple he is going to be a fourth year guy...period. You are stating that he is getting to some magical plateau of games played that should rocket him forward...(many fans feet are tapping).

What I know is that many, many QBs have shown more with less games started. I don't want to hear about the new OC or getting a better line, or faster pass catchers or better run game at the end of next season. Henne has plenty of Lego's to work with already..."Start building you leader of men!"

Miami is so much in need of a solid QB situation I really believe they missed a "Golden Opportunity" to add a some competition through drafting a QB. That makes it a moral imperative to have a vet targeted, locked and loaded when the league wakes back up.

Cheers,

What this means is that HAARP could potentially be applied by the US military to selectively modify the climate of an "unfriendly nation" or "rogue state" with a view to destabilizing its national economy. Agricultural systems in both developed and developing countries are already in crisis as a result of New World Order policies including market deregulation, commodity dumping, etc. Amply documented, IMF and World Bank "economic medicine" imposed on the Third World and the countries of the former Soviet block has largely contributed to the destabilization of domestic agriculture. In turn, the provisions of the World Trade Organization (WTO) have supported the interests of a handful of Western agri-biotech conglomerates in their quest to impose genetically modified (GMO) seeds on farmers throughout the World.

It is important to understand the linkage between the economic, strategic and military processes of the New World Order. In the above context, climatic manipulations under the HAARP program (whether accidental or deliberate) would inevitably exacerbate these changes by weakening national economies, destroying infrastructure and potentially triggering the bankruptcy of farmers over vast areas. Surely national governments and the United Nations should address
the possible consequences of HAARP and other "non-lethal weapons" on climate change.

We should not discriminate. Sign some players with one arm or maybe even blind. Set an example for equal rights.

Dirk Novitski scored 48pts leading the Mavs to victory tonight. If Dirk continues to play at this level nobody's going to beat the Mavs. I say this as a Miami Heat fan.

0X80,

NOTICE HOW DB MOVED ON TO OTHER PLAYERS FOR THE DONKEYS TO FOLLOW HIM ..........

So, so U think U can tell
Heaven from Hell?

Blue skies from pain?

Green fields from a cold steel rain?

A smile from a veil?

So U think U can tell?

0x80,

At times ALoco just has to be ignored. There are times on this blog he doesnt seek to make football sense. His goal is just to see how far he can needle us until we respond to his dribble. LOL....

Aloco is true blue to the addage:

"If you cant befuddle them with briliance. Then baffle them with bulls*hit."

Do you guys see the connections to this old popular addage and all of Aloco's posting? LOL.....

DB,


DID YOU CALL FOR THE DOLPHINS TI SIGN LOCKE ???????

YES OR NO DUMBO .


DID YOU ASK ME TO GOOGLE HIM ?

YES OR NO DUMBO ?

WHEN I CAME WITH WHAT I FOUND ,EVERY ONE CAN SEE HOW DUMB YOU R .

SABOTAGE WRITING ...................

The HAARP Research Station is a high security zone wherein unauthorized entry is strictly prohibited. In short, the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), has the ability to take down an aircraft, manipulate weather and trigger natural disasters and calamities anywhere in the world

have a HAARPy day :(

ONE MORE PIECE OF INFO ON LOCKE,DB FAVORITE PLAYER ;;;;;;;;;

FOR 3 WEEKS LAST YEAR LOCKE LOST THE FEELING IN HIS ARM FOR FULL 3 WEEKS AND HIS COACH SAID ........... (( I WILL NOT PLAY HIM UNTIL HE REGAIN THE FEELING IN HIS ARM ,IF HE CAN'T PROTECT HIMSELF OUT THERE ,I WILL NOT RISK HIS WELL BEING )) .

fin4life,

Sup bro... Thanks for the shout!

Hope all is well with you mang.

Now that courts rule is as such, it may be a while before we see jack in the way of NFL goings on.

(FACEPALM) Figure it out Owners/Players!

Cheers,

Rob in OC,

'The Dolphins missed a golden opportunity to draft a QB in the draft'. I think you and I both liked Kaepernick and I think he would have been a good add in the second but they didn't have a second and I think they did well to trade back into the second to get Thomas. However, outside of Kaep I just don't see it. Newton, Gabbert, Locker and Ponder all has questions marks, in one way or another. You liked Mallett....I didn't. I hope he's not the golden opportunity you were talking about. The cards just didn't fall right this year and the BEST news is they didn't mortgage the future trying to make it work, ultimately handicapping the next coach, should things not go well this year. I just didn't see it this year and obviously they didn't either.

I'll go back to my original point...Brees and Elway were very ordinary after their first three years. You and I can argue on semantics all we want but Henne hasn't even played 32 games yet (2 seasons), that's a fact. That is HARDLY enough time to right the guy off.

I just watched this video and all I could say was:

"What Type Of Evil Did Not Allow Noel Devine To Be Drafted?"

Watch it for yourself and see if you can explain it to me:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=US&feature=related&hl=iw&v=jkMK7KrMrbg

NOW WE STARTING NOEL DEVN AFTE MR LOCKR WENT UP IN SMOKE .

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