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Dolphins vs. Ravens live blog (and other things)

Cameron Wake is active for today's game against the Baltimore Ravens.

That's a big deal for the Dolphins as they try to take down the defending Super Bowl champions. Wake will be matched up against Michael Oher -- you know, the kid from the blindside who happens to play the right side for Baltimore.

Randy Starks is slated to start at defensive tackle.

The other inactives are: QB Pat Devlin, RB Mike Gillislee, CB, Dimitri Patterson, CB Will Davis, LB Josh Kaddu, G Danny Watkins, and G Dallas Thomas.

For the Ravens, it is notable that WR Jacoby Jones is inactive. That's big.

It's also interesting that LT Eugene Monroe, acquired from Jacksonville this week, is inactive. Bryant McKinnie will start at LT.

Of course, if there's a live game, there's a live blog. Join below.

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Boobies look a lot better than a colon. Well a good portion of them anyway, there are exceptions

I don't know how long I can continue to watch this laughing stock of a coaching staff

I missed reading you guys' post last week. It comedic how y'all find criticism with everything we do. This team is still a work in progress. I'd love for us to instantly turn it around but they rarely happens. I kno it's tough but give it some time. We're goin in the right direction

but you're right though, I think as a society we've gone too far overboard with breast cancer awareness compared to colon and prostate.

Vernon got him. He is improving. Odrick almost had him. Too bad I wanted to see the Pee Wee Herman dance.

Terrific rush up the middle.

D. Jordan is having lunch in coconut drive. He's watching the Patriots game while eating chili con carne.

The Dolphins are committing the cardinal sin for entertainers: they are BORING

Mike Sherman

Doroteo, and as you said that wait til you see the highlight of Seattle's latest TD. Sorry Miami.

I know Thomas looks bad so far, but you just gotta keep feeding him the ball- he's an 8 yard run waiting to happen!

Our blocking up front is horrendous. Defenders are constantly running free and the O-Line is getting pushed 2 yards back.

I'm fairly amazed how bad Sherman is as on OC

We have got to get more creative on first down.

He didnt fumble eh?

Sherman for Christ's sake help Tannehill with the blocking schemes and call some unexpected plays.

Can we maybe roll Tannehill out? Wake up grandpa

Punter and kicker are keeping them in the game

I wonder if the coaching staff even tries to assess the oline issues or just talks outt there ass in interviews

Philbin looks more clueless on the sideline than Sporano did

Is Sporano and the ugly old arrogant OC coaching this team again??? This is really bad!!!

Fc&@ coaches !!
They dont know different plays. RBs go to crash directly to the OL, and next play "leadfeet" T-hill is sacked. Every posession is the same story.
Not a reversible or statue of liberty or something fun. Just crap.

No combination of 'bad' used in the context of the Dolphins amazes me

wonder if the coaching staff even tries to assess the oline issues or just talks outt there ass in interviews
Posted by: charles | October 06, 2013 at 02:13 PM

What coaching staff? We don't have a REAL staff

1st down run, gain of 1-2 yards. 2nd and 3rd down pass gain nothing, or get sacked a loss of 8. Punt this is the game plan of the year.

@charles you imply there is coaching? what is your evidence for this cray remark?

1st down run, gain of 1-2 yards. 2nd and 3rd down pass gain nothing, or get sacked a loss of 8. Punt this is the game plan of the year.

Posted by: Marcus | October 06, 2013 at 02:16 PM

Preseason looked exactly the same, nothing has changed

Alright lets get some points before the half.

9 punts combined so far

I cannot believe how bad the offensive line is. All those that just wanted to sign and draft WRs were so wrong. The #1 topic on the blog was Tavon Austin, Mike Wallace, and WRs.... No one wanted to draft an OL or resign Long. Some were even saying just put anyone out there take OT in the 5th round, who cares...Now we see that you cannot have an effective offense without a good Offensive Line. We will pay for it all season long. I hope that Tannehill does not have a serious injury.

Take a knee no need to risk it

If T-hill gets intercepted or fumbles in this drive he should be pulled out of the game, right away.

I don't see why we don't throw more bubble screens. Wallace has speed; open it up on the outside!

They shows Reggie Bushed highlights, that is just plain mean.

Offense struggling but the D is playing great. Right in this game. Lets take the lead with great field position just under 2 minutes.

Put the ball on the 50 and let Sturgis take care of the game.

The challenge: getting out of half tied.

I cannot believe how bad the offensive line is. All those that just wanted to sign and draft WRs were so wrong. The #1 topic on the blog was Tavon Austin, Mike Wallace, and WRs.... No one wanted to draft an OL or resign Long. Some were even saying just put anyone out there take OT in the 5th round, who cares...Now we see that you cannot have an effective offense without a good Offensive Line. We will pay for it all season long. I hope that Tannehill does not have a serious injury.

Posted by: Orlando Dolphan | October 06, 2013 at 02:18

Orlando Dolphan, it's also SCHEME'S

Bad blocking schemes.

Our staff sucks.

Posted by: Tom | October 06, 2013 at 02:06 PM

Tom watch him after he kicks a field goal... he does a karate kid field goal kick lol

Not sure where Odin is today. His presence is important, so I'm going to try to carry the torch in his absence.

I've been drinking heavily all morning, and have my inflatable 'hottie' sitting next to me on the couch. I will commence the drunkin diatribes post haste!

Bad pass by Tannehill. Wallace had a step on the CB.

Hennehull cannot throw deep

Hartline is still best WR on team, nice job at free agency there.

Hartline= the great white hope

When Hartline got the ball, it pays off.

Take a knee, no need to risk it

Good read,=. The pylon was wide open.

Field Goal coming

Wallace is a disgrace

I will gladly eat my words,about time

Yeah

Wallace drops more balls than the guy who does the neutering at the Humane Society

Great back shoulder pass. Tannehill has redeemed himself.

Here's some amazing news: it is halftime and the Jags are only down by 14

Lets see the reply.

Pretty sure this one is getting returned...

Clay, from a piece of carbon to a diamond.

I guess the NFL is now employing SEC officials

Nice tackle by Sturgis !

What was the challenge?
Matty I will check that out when I actually get to watch a game on tv.

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