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Philbin, Dolphins make the right call on Tannehill

Ryan Tannehill is the Dolphins starting quarterback for the regular-season opener on Sept. 9, coach Joe Philbin announced this afternoon.

And after the coach talked about it being a "close" call and saying it was made based on tape study and gut and discussions among, coaches Philbin did not take a bow.

But he should have.

The Dolphins coach made a hard decision. Made a timely decision. And, most importantly, made the right decision.

In choosing Tannehill over Moore, Philbin picked the quarterback of the future to take over now. So that's good. The future -- meaning whatever Tannehill will ultimately become as a player -- will get here sooner, we all expect. Furthermore, Philbin made the right call for now in that he picked the better player now.

That's right, if you've been following along on this blog or on my twitter handle or on TV, you've heard me make the point that Tannehill has outplayed Moore since he arrived for training camp.

I recognize this decision is not a slam dunk. Tannehill, as rookies often do, might struggle and the cynics will make it seem as if it was wrong to pick the rookie. But that would be the short-sighted view.

Understand that this season is not about Tannehill taking the Dolphins to the playoffs. This season is aobut making Tannehill better, giving him the experience to ultimately succeed in the future.

Peyton Manning didn't light it up as a rookie. Neither did Steve Young or Brett Favre. But they laid a foundation for what they ultimately became in their rookie years. If the Dolphins had waited until next year with Tannehill, we'd be a year behind where we're likely to find ourselves by the end of this year.

So get on with it, I say.

And a warning: When Tannehill struggles and he will, manage your expectations. Manage your commentary. He's a rookie. He started 19 games in college. He's got a lot to learn, even by his own admission.

So understand the circumstances. This is not Tannehill's make or break year. This is, however, his foundation laying year.

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Great article. ARMANDO your still the best sports writer covering the PHINS! Keep up the great work. Love the take a bow line. :)

David in California.

Dear Mr. Soiled Bottoms,

I'm glad to see you're still kicking about.

I'm certainly not ungrateful, but I'm just not "Feeling It". Maybe the subject matter is just a tad too sophisticated for the average Joe?

If you hadn't noticed, this place is not exactly Einstein Central.

PS: Whuts a "Boots Randolph's "Yakety Sax""?

Coalition Agreed.

I thought I was the only one who saw that. Carolina's gameplan was to go after Misi from the Start.

Misi is Matt Roth 2.0

I thought Flatline was the Reincarnation of Roth. But I was Wrong. Misi is the Carbon Copy.

I would say backup end but he won't beat out Trusnik or OV.

I suggest getting rid of Misi and Dansby after the Season. Cap reasons, plus the Season is about to start. Misi might not be hard to replace but Dansby sure will at this point.

The hardest part about switching from a 4-3 to 3-4 or 3-4 to 4-3 are the Lb's.

We had a problem intially going to a 3-4 because we didn't have the Lb's for the System. Now we are going thru the Same Switching Back.

A 4-3 uses the Zack Thomas/ Derrick Brooks Type of Lb's. Fast Cover 2 type Lb's.

A 3-4 uses the James Harrison/ Bart Scott Type. A bigger Lb that blitzes and is a better Run Stuffer.

That's why U can use a DE as an OLB in a 3-4 and Not in 4-3.

I only post under Odin-PERIOD!

Posted by: Coalition To Get Coalition Out Of The Closet | August 20, 2012 at 05:49 PM


Say what?

.Actually Misi played in the 4-3 at Utah...Just sayin'

..Good luck Tanny..no pressure...

I believe this the right move and applaud Coach Philbin for having the guts to go the route! We all know what M.Moore is after seeing him last Season and maybe today would be the safer pick to play caretaker one more Yr. but at some point the team needs to dare to be relevant again and that won't be the case with Moore who is a great back up for the team but never will be truly a top 10 Q.B. in the NFL. There is a possibility Tannehill may never be top 10 either but "IF" you invest an 8th overall pick on a player and from the moment he steps on the field your Seasoned vet (Matt Moore) can't gain any real separation in the competition then from my perspective it's an easy call.

There is plenty of work for Tannehill yet after 2 Pre-Season games I believe it evident to everybody that his accuracy in the flat needs work. His ability to move in the pocket and make a play as well but there is no denying that he has the arm and athletic ability to warrant the move now! We all know this isn't even a Playoff caliber team, so why would you look to maybe have a Q.B. in M.Moore who might make a difference in 2 more meaningless wins than give Tannehill the reps and experience while setting up the dominoes to get him top flight help in the next draft.

Most on here probably remember P.Manning's 98 rookie Yr. were in week 1 that Season Terrell Buckley picked him for 6 and the Fins won in a cake walk but come the 99 draft after a 3-13 Season the Colts got him Edgerrin James and the more Seasoned Manning with his all purpose back turned it around going 13-3.

I still vividly remember that Season were J.J. proclaimed a late Season game Vs. Indy at Home a must win which we lost 38-35 and coincidentally remember Manning victimizing T.Buckley all game ending his tenure as a Fins starter giving way to Surtain and sending Miami into a tail spin that Yr. which had us back peddle into the playoffs 9-7, still remember J.T. on his hands and knees after that Indy game looking at the scoreboard as the Colts became an up and comer while we started our slide into mediocrity. Time to dare and be great again, good call Coach Philbin!!!

One thing I do know now is Tanny will play at least 3 quarters on Friday!!

I only post under Odin-PERIOD!

Posted by: Coalition To Get Coalition Out Of The Closet | August 20, 2012 at 05:49 PM

I only post under Odin-PERIOD!

Posted by: Coalition To Get Coalition Out Of The Closet | August 20, 2012 at 05:49 PM


Dear odins friends....see above...convinced now he is the blog cybil?

Odin,

I short-Circuited Monkey Boy Earlier.

Now he's stuck on Repeat.

U know Over and OVer and OVer and Over and Over, Again.

At least "We" can't bore us to Death no Moore. With the Make Matt Moore the Starter.

F'n Redundant Clown

They better start releasing some of these losers like Lydon Murtha. And for those fragile ones like Mr. Overpaid Dansby, he better start the healing process really fast. Burnett is another one. They should've taken Nick Barnett last year instead. The D-line? I would put all of them on the radar, specially Mr. Overpaid #2 Soliai. Ireland better start looking around the league for players that are cut by other teams because that the last option he has at the present considering he has destroyed this team.

This team is going to make the '07 Dolphins look like the '07 Patriots...

luck looks amazing, off the chart good. i do like thill though

Posted by: bill connors

He threw two interceptions and no tds in his last start. He had one rushing td. That's off the charts good? Wow, I guess Henne is off the charts good because he played better than Luck in his first two preseason games.

Dear Mr. Coalition To Get Coalition Out Of The Closet

May I call you CTGCOOTC for short or as a nick name ?

" PS: Whuts a "Boots Randolph's "Yakety Sax""? "

Go to You-Tube and search Yakety Sax

Always lurking around in the dark corners of Mr. Salguero's blog

Soiled :)

That's why U can use a DE as an OLB in a 3-4 and Not in 4-3.

Posted by: Dashi In Ur Mouth | August 20, 2012 at 05:54 PM

Well said(the entire post)!

I think we've been on the same page over this for quite some time.

Dansby too, as hard as it is to admit, he's just not lived up to the Billing.

Unless he has a MONSTER SEASON at MLB, he'll either be forced to take a BIG pay cut or simply Dealt.

We just CANNOT have that much Money wrapped up in a So-So perfomer.

"If Ross new anything about football he would of realized Ireland has picked nothing but acorns on the team. Insteas he let Ireland con him into thinking he can win with this Division 2 talent."

What does this have to do with the article? And it's boring, how many times can people repeat the same exact sentences before you just look like an idiot.

This DEF has no excuse!!! NONE!!

They played the 4-3 a ton last year!!

They better right the ship or the Texans will win by 30!!

Actually Misi played in the 4-3 at Utah...Just sayin'

Posted by: Darryl Dunphy | August 20, 2012 at 05:54 PM

YEP!

And if we could play Utah for all 16 games this season we'd be just fine ;)

Just saying.............

Oh yeah, and as for Mr. Odrick, after all we heard this summer is this is going to be his year. He is a beast. Really?

He better answer the bell game 1!!!

luck looks amazing, off the chart good. i do like thill though

bill connors

He threw two interceptions and no tds in his last start. He had one rushing td. That's off the charts good? Wow, I guess Henne is off the charts good because he played better than Luck in his first two preseason games.

nope | August 20, 2012 at 06:04 PM

bill,

I happen to agree with you 100%! nope obviously didn't watch the game. Early there was the A.Collie drop then the pick 6, not a great start. I for one wanted to see how he would react to going down 14-0 early and in ending the half coming all the way back to a 14-14 thought it something to see out of a rookie Vs. the Pitt. D spotted a nice lead and able to pin it's ears back with the blitz!

..We cannot just release Dansby(we could, but it would be proof Ireland is a bafoon) IMO if he doesn't improve. We will trade him for whatever a team would give for him..It may only be a 5th or 6th round pick..This isn't the point. Any team taking on that contract for next year would be doing us a huge favor. So any draft pick on top is great. Releasing him would only cost us 9 mil against the cap...Not very good economics even if Dansby does stink.

Now all they have to worry about is that horrible d. Sean i can't tackle for sh$t smith, vontae im so tired davis etc, etc!

If Dansby is healthy the guy can play.

Let's not kid ourselves. The likes to talk a lot, but he better back it up fast.

I Like The call by the HC, Why not, the kid might just surprise everone, With what they were going with Id say another 6 and 10 season, But with the new guy, Anew HC, A new Offense, They might just surprise a few teams. IMHO.

I only post under Odin-PERIOD!
Posted by: Coalition To Get Coalition Out Of The Closet | August 20, 2012 at 05:49 PM

Dear odins friends....see above...convinced now he is the blog cybil?

Posted by: Case #179 | August 20, 2012 at 05:57 PM

Ha Ha! You just PROVED your stupidity knows no bounds.

I mean.....lets be honest......it's not like they all didn't WITNESS you hounding me(impostoring me)into my new Byline ;)

I understand how a dumba ss(like you)could get confused over this. But when the rest of the **NORMAL** bloggers see it, they know it's me.

The **Mind Blowing" part of ignorance ladden confusion is this: 80% - 90% of time I even sign:

-Odin- ;)

((Monkey Boy say: Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuh))

Now PLEASE.....STFU and let the Grown Ups talk Football.......geez Kiddie Kat!

-Odin- ;)

Odin,
I short-Circuited Monkey Boy Earlier.
Now he's stuck on Repeat.
U know Over and OVer and OVer and Over and Over, Again.
At least "We" can't bore us to Death no Moore. With the Make Matt Moore the Starter.
F'n Redundant Clown

Posted by: Dashi In Ur Mouth | August 20, 2012 at 05:59 PM

I saw that Dashi and you were RIGHT. I wasn't upset in the least. I thought you did a Fine Job ;)

-Odin- ;)

BEST...NEWS...EVER!!!!!!!!!!!

REPOST...from earlier TODAY...

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I said this after the last pre-season game.....

Name Tanne the starter and get it over with....

The ONLY thing Moore can do @ this point in time...is to steal PRECIOUS reps from Tanne...

Posted by: Kris | August 20, 2012 at 12:45 PM

Darryl,

I hear you on the economics but am getting tired of Dansby and his (team leading) mouth! I believe him part of the problem and have felt that way since his objection when BFF Crowder was let go or when Reggie's "we stink" comments last Season seemed to offend the sensibilities of both Mr. Dansby and Y.Bell.

"IF" we could move his over inflated contract then great, if not send the team a message like Bellichik did with malcontent big mouth Lawyer Milloy after a sloppy 0-2 start in 04 when the Pats ripped off 14 straight and ran through the NFL quietly in route to another S.B. Title.

I'm not suggesting getting rid of Dansby would have that effect but it might start instilling a better overall culture of the way we want things done!

Sad thing for the Fins is there aren't any wr's coming out that are on the level of Blackmon. The USC wr's are getting hype but they always bust when they get to the league. Not an elite wr class next year which leaves the Fins still looking for answers at wr after next years draft.

Odin, Is it me or do the lunitics follow you?, I mean it seems to me when you arrive the blog goes south.
Any Hoooooo, Glad to see you posting.

Odin...The thing about Misi was that he was a 4-3 DE in college..He came here because of his "position flexibilty" that is what we were sold.. He was then asked to switch to a position 3-4 olb that he did not play in college..He was ok, not great, not the worst.

He is back to his natural position. He should blossum if he is ever going to.. Like a lot of players here, it could be make or break..Misi unlike Dansby would be no sweat of the salary cap should the team have to cut him down the road(I'm not saying they will, just if they decide too it would be much easlier)

Fin4,

Nice post at 5:55.

Total agreement. As USUAL, we're on the same page.

Another thing I like about naming someone.....anyone the starter now rather than later, is that we can proceed in a normal manner with Tannehill and start focusing on other troublesome "situations"

The QB situation is settled. Now lets figure out the O-line, the secondary and the Linebackers.

ps; Fin4, do you remember how far back I was posting about Guyton starting over Misi in the 4-3? Basically from about the time we signed him.

We got big problems with Misi(IMO)and I'm still holding out hope that the Coaches see it and start Guyton over him. Guyton ain't the cats a ss, and he looks better in the middle of a 3-4. But his 4.5 speed definitely has to help when it comes to coverage.

-Odin- ;)

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Anyway, I’m glad Tannehill is starting but I’m worried. According to espn and the rest of the sporting world, (including many Dolphins fans) the Dolphins have NO talent.

We apparently have zero play makers. And our WR corp is said to be among the worst in the league. Our run blocking is struggling and our TEs aren’t getting open. Armando wrote that Tannehill was getting no help in his last start.

So we’re going to throw him out there with that mess? After all of that was said, we are going to put him in a situation where he is sure to fail and then have the moron faction of the Miami Dolphin fan base calling him a bust and wanting another first round QB pick next year?

Someone help me out here. Please explain how this is going to be good for his development. I read articles and fan comments saying “this is great because now he will get a chance to learn this year instead of starting fresh next year”. What is he going to learn, that wr’s are never open, offensive lines don’t give you time to throw, the running game is so anemic that the other team doesn’t even bother trying to stop it instead concentrating all of their efforts on a passing game that boasts the worst wrs in the league?! And what else, hmmmmmmmm, his defense is so bad at getting off the field that he will be forced into constantly trying to play from behind.

I don’t know, I’m lost on this one. I’m not seeing how we are helping the kid by putting him in charge of a pee wee team. Any thoughts?

Fin4,
Nice post at 5:55.
Total agreement. As USUAL, we're on the same page.

-Odin- ;)

Posted by: Coalition To Get Coalition Out Of The Closet | August 20, 2012 at 06:28 PM

Imagine, Odin agreeing with his lifemate, Who'ld figure?
Boys, get a room, Your man laove does not belong here.

And just to save a couple of people some time. I'm not going to read or respond to any nonsensical rants about my writing style or who I am. I'm NEVER going to talk to anyone who is disrespectful in any way.

So if you feel like writing something bad about me by all means fire away, I just want you to know ahead of time that it will fall on deaf ears and you won't get one second of my time, your post will be completely ignored. I don't give a s#%t what anyone in here thinks about me.

Ms. Ross hasn't been selling any tickets. This is pure business.
Tannehill has nobody to throw to. Nobody. An o line that can't block for the pass or the run.
Little Jeffy is feeling the heat and forced Philbin to make this call.
Tannehill will be on IR by the second game.
Hopefully, little Jeffy will be run out of football all together. He just plain sucks.

Phin78
Dont forget that Reggie Bush was a thousand yard rusher last year, I dont think there concentrating on the running game cause that may be the only facet of the game thats Good.
Then again what do I know?

Make that three. I'm in total agreement about Dansby as well and lost my patience with him after he went to the media to tell them he isn't happy with Joes decision to cut Johnson.

Leaders don't do that, he should have had coaches back. Instead he tried to create some revolt. It's pathetic and childish and the sooner that guy is off the team the better of the overall team mentality will be. Maybe he should worry more about the pathetic defensive showing so far than being worried about some over the hill washed up wr getting cut. It might just help the team more if he were actually focused to start the season this year.

And he came in out of shape last year? WTF?! What professional athlete shows up to camp out of shape. Just pathetic, glad our young guys are learning from him, he seems to be rubbing off great on Vontae heh?

I Believe Dansby is a rich mans Channing Crowder.
Which reminds me, What is Ole Stationary Bike rider Crowder doing these days?

Coalition To Get Coalition Out Of The Closet | August 20, 2012 at 06:28 PM

Agreed! You know the thing about Misi for me just isn't in his play but his overall lack of emotion, is it me or do you get the impression the guy doesn't even like the game or something??

I wonder because I remember in his rookie Yr. he was asked what teams he liked growing up in some interview he answered, "I don't like watching Football only playing" I remember thinking HUHH??

The more I watch the more this guy feels lifeless out there and lets be honest when you saw his move over to the Mike LB spot it had to dawn on you about his responsibilities in this D were pass coverege was concerned!

Like Cam Wake in at DE? There is a reason he didn't stick in it at N.Y. with the G-Men and it's definitively his lack of run support.

Some say the 4/3 is easier but you need the personnel and I just feel were undersized at DE and to un-athletic at OLB for it in honesty.

You remember how BAD the KILLER BEES of 81 looked before Arnsbarger went 3/4 (only team in the 80's really) in 82 with the light Bokamper making the move out. The plugger was Bomhower at DT with Duhe roving and the Bruise Bros. a cannon shot 20 Yards off the line.

It caught up to them (lack of size) Vs. the Skins in S.B. 17 but was the reason we got there in the 1st place.

It's not specific scheme but fitting your players in the one that plays to their strengths, IMHO!

He's so stoopid. If he would just come clean and post with us under one name.....


Posted by: Coalition To Get Coalition Out Of The Closet | August 19, 2012 at 03:42 AM
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And so why don't you do the same?

FP4FG's, you know just as much as anyone else and you are definitely right. I read that as well, they're not so worried about rushing with the group we have.

I don't like that so much though. I think our offensive line could use the time practicing their blocking techniques, especially with Martin switching to RT AND needing extra reps doing everything.

And I'm not in complete agreement with what others are saying. I think we do have more play makers, I just believe they are young and haven't made a name for themselves yet.

But if what we are reading about the teams personnel and chances this season I'm just curious why they would put Tannehill in a situation where he doesn't have a go to guy. I mean is Fasano going to be the guy? REALLY? Because so far our best hope at WR on the outside is a guy who was rated last in the league at his position last year and another guy who the assistant coaches have nick named "ankle weights". I guess I just have to let it play out right?

Maybe ALL of these question marks we have will just work themselves out somehow. That's where I'm at, too many question marks and no magic wand to make them better.

But if what we are reading, (is right) then.....

Baumhaurer,Blackmans,Duhe,Bruzinsky,Betters,ETC,ETC
Now that was a defense

odin uses just one name here.


haahahahHAHAHAHHAhahahahahahahahahahahoooooooooooo.

hey if you are that desperate for football chat, you have plenty of options here..odins, geronimo, coalition, pricemaster, miguel....cuddle up and get your fix :)

Odin...The thing about Misi was that he was a 4-3 DE in college..He came here because of his "position flexibilty" that is what we were sold..

-I somewhat agreed with the position flex. In the 3-4 ONLY though. The OLB's responsibilities are different and they aren't asked to drop into coverage as often.
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He was then asked to switch to a position 3-4 olb that he did not play in college..He was ok, not great, not the worst.

-I definitely agree ;)
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He is back to his natural position. He should blossum if he is ever going to..

-This is where I think you're mistaken Darryl. He's not back to his natural position. Coyle has him at 4-3 ROLB. His natural position at Utah was the 4-3 RDE wasn't it?

Big difference if that's the case..........?

-Odin- ;)

Can't rely on the run when teams can bring 8 and 9 men into the box. Don't care if Barry Sanders is carrying the ball you won't have any success. No teams will respect our wrs...they will shrink the field and send pressure. Fins wr's are explosive...can't separate then you will see no gains...sacks and frustration all year long.

And I'm not in complete agreement with what others are saying. I think we do have more play makers, I just believe they are young and haven't made a name for themselves yet.

Posted by Phins78
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i agree here 78. i want to see what fuller,cunningham, and matthews bring to the table.i hope we can keep these 3.naanee is nothing special(does he have a catch yet?) as for fasano he spent most of last year as the RT's personal bodyguard! i think he can be a good outlet option. I also think bush,clay,thomas,and miller will be able to create mismatches in the pass game and make plays.

Phins
Thats what Iam talking about, The Run game might just loosen up that passing game, I mean with Bush he's faster then my first wife was on our first date, And Miller, What do we know about this guy, Only that at the "U" he could run like corn through a Colon.
We just dont have ALL the info
IMHO.

go finssssssssssss

Phins78,

I hear you on your misgivings about the talent around Tannehill and your right, it isn't among the worst, it probably is the worst in the entire NFL! I do however remember P.Manning having T.Mandrich (GULP!) resurrected as his RT and can you even mention his RB's, T.E.'s or WR's outside of Harrison??

He survived and so will Tannehill who only really needs more help on the rightside of the OL to keep him vertical while he learns on the go with little help as others have done and survived, heck Favre really only had S.Sharpe and judging from the 120 passes or so Sharpe caught a Season when they played together it seems Favre wasn't looking any other place either!

Put Bush in the slot get L.Miller on the field with him and let Clay sink or swim with Tannehill till 2013!!

Then again I Had great hopes for us last year till Brady showed just how bad we were in week 1., I only hope my faith is not destroyed in week 1 like last year.
We'll see

Baumhaurer,Blackmans,Duhe,Bruzinsky,Betters,ETC,ETC
Now that was a defense

FP4FGs. | August 20, 2012 at 06:55 PM


Undersized but what HART!!

Phins78 Preemptive Warning: U should already know by now

Watch out for the clown. Yeah, He loves to yell out insults. But Apparently he can't take them from the Dashi.

But watch out he also loves to act like he's on ur side with one of his 1000 aliases, While talking crap the next.

Probably explains why most his post are under a 100 Characters.

He seems to have Quiet down Since they said T-Hill is the Starter. (I guess the Jets Qb Contreversy is just sitting in)

Hey maybe the Jets can sign Matt Moore? What about a trade? Moore for Revis or Scott? Since U like to make Asinine Remarks might as well throw a few ur way OC.

Odin I Agree with the Dansby and Lb's Post. Way Overpaid for so much UnderPerformance.

Misi was a 4-3 DE in College, Not a 4-3 OLB. He was also a 4-3 DT. That Could explain alot on his Agility.

Again, a 4-3 Lb requires a Different Skill set. Misi doesn't meet any of the Requirements to be a 4-3 Lb.

Most 4-3 OLb's are about 6'2" 235 and run in the 4.5-4.6 range. They are Lighter and Faster

3-4 Olb's- About 6'4" 255+ and run in the 4.6-4.8 Range. They are Heavier and Stronger

Guyton has some skill and could act as a stop gap this year. Anything is better than Misi. JT will do a better job right Now as 4-3 OLB over Misi.

Odin, Is it me or do the lunitics follow you?, I mean it seems to me when you arrive the blog goes south.
Any Hoooooo, Glad to see you posting.

Posted by: FP4FGs. | August 20, 2012 at 06:24 PM

Ha! You set off the "Bullshyt Detector".

You did earlier too, but I wasn't going to say anything. But, you just had to keep it up.

The blog already was going south. Way back on page one when ""ALoco(Ahem)" posted about how long it takes to build the Pyramids, the Grand Canyon, etc, etc.

The problem is, it was an repost thats been posted numerous times. Then right on cue "FP4FG's(Ahem) shows up with the SAME OLD reply posted EVERYTIME "ALoco(Ahem) reposts that post.

You know, "The Pure Comedic Genius" reply?

You've done that routine so many times, most of us know it by heart. You should have just left me out of the silliness, then I wouldn't have had to point out how obviously trollish yours(Ahem) and ALoco's(Ahem)antics are(not to mention Old, Tired and Dated).

So in conclusion, if the blog goes South when I show up, it's NOTHING to do with me. It has more to do with my Fan Club. They call themselves, "Odin's Wong Worshippers".

If you like, I can put you in touch with the President?

-Odin- ;)

how many days in the last 3 years has odin blogged without making a single gay or meth reference?

I remember a Playoff game (Attened) in the pouring rain(At the Orange Bowl) where AJ Duhe picked off a pass at the 20 and brought it back for a TD in the 4th QTR with the game still undicided at 7 to 0 against the hated JETS , It was the nail in the coffin. Fins won 14 to 0. I think it was the AFC Championship game, I belive the fins went on to ;lose against the Redskins.

Sorry Odin if I find Alocos post funny, He does post funny stuff and I will reply to them, I was just pointing out that there's a group that seems to follow you.
Thats all
No conspiracy here
Move along now.

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