Digest for alt.sports.football.pro.miami-dolphins@googlegroups.com - 16 updates in 5 topics

Saturday, August 5, 2017

"euphemism@mindspring.com" <euphemism@mindspring.com>: Aug 04 08:06AM -0700

On Friday, August 4, 2017 at 8:16:21 AM UTC-5, Ron wrote:
 
> > but there's no hard news here - the jury is out and whatever they
> > decide, it will amount to an opinion.
 
> Is there any mention as to why he didn't have surgery during the off season?
 
 
Well, sort of...
 
If Tannehill had elected to get surgery, his recovery would have been projected as taking up to a year. That means he'd have been unavailable now and probably through October. The experts obviously indicated that he could possibly recover without surgery and then play this season. Given that chance, you could see that he'd elect to try to return without surgery. If he'd have chosen surgery, he'd likely be missing this season for all intents and purposes.
 
I'm not going to offer an opinion regarding what these experts know or don't know. The people who guess second are the only one's who are 100% right. If this injury kills his season, then many will be seen to have known that this outcome was inevitable.
Drumrboy <drumrboy@aol.com>: Aug 04 08:16AM -0700

11:06 AMeuph...@mindspring.com
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Well, sort of...
 
If Tannehill had elected to get surgery, his recovery would have been projected as taking up to a year. That means he'd have been unavailable now and probably through October. The experts obviously indicated that he could possibly recover without surgery and then play this season. Given that chance, you could see that he'd elect to try to return without surgery. If he'd have chosen surgery, he'd likely be missing this season for all intents and purposes.
 
 
I'm not going to offer an opinion regarding what these experts know or don't know. The people who guess second are the only one's who are 100% right. If this injury kills his season, then many will be seen to have known that this outcome was inevitable.
 
Not going to second guess, but the fact that it was a "non-contact" injury, apparently, tells you that he wasn't fully healed. If I were a betting man, I'd say he's toast for the year. Next man up!
Drumrboy <drumrboy@aol.com>: Aug 04 08:18AM -0700

When do we get the Kenny and Colon show?
Stu Gotts <ishkabibble99@hotmail.com>: Aug 04 08:18AM -0700


> I'm not going to offer an opinion regarding what these experts know or don't know. The people who guess second are the only one's who are 100% right. If this injury kills his season, then many will be seen to have known that this outcome was inevitable.
 
 
I place total blame on Drumrboy! His constant barrage of negative energy to any and all things Tannehill related is the obvious cause of this situation.
"euphemism@mindspring.com" <euphemism@mindspring.com>: Aug 04 09:49AM -0700

On Friday, August 4, 2017 at 10:18:16 AM UTC-5, Drumrboy wrote:
> When do we get the Kenny and Colon show?
 
No sure who Kenny is... but, unless something has dramatically changed, Matt Moore will get the starter's job, regardless of who the Dolphins might sign to become the #2 guy. There's been no news from camp to suggest that Doughty has shown enough to move into that role. If Tannehill goes out, it seems like the Dolphins would seek and sign a veteran to move in to the #2 spot.
 
Gase has links to Osweiller and Cutler. Kaepernick seems to be on everyone's mind. If Colin is anathema to most NFL fans, he must be especially offensive to the Miami fan base thanks to his publicly announced affection for Castro. I think he's very unlikely to be brought to Miami unless Ross, Tannenbaum and Gase are just completely tuned out with regard to he public sentiment towards Colin guy. Strictly from a football perspective, CK might be the best match for the Dolphins' offense.
 
I wonder out loud if Osweiller is any better than Doughty? Cutler clearly has the experience, but he's a complete flop as a leader. I see Kaepernick as a very unlikely candidate for the Dolphins.
BAH <bah@bah.com>: Aug 04 02:10PM -0400

On Fri, 4 Aug 2017 09:49:53 -0700 (PDT), "euphemism@mindspring.com"
 
>Gase has links to Osweiller and Cutler. Kaepernick seems to be on everyone's mind. If Colin is anathema to most NFL fans, he must be especially offensive to the Miami fan base thanks to his publicly announced affection for Castro.
> I think he's very unlikely to be brought to Miami unless Ross, Tannenbaum and Gase are just completely tuned out with regard to he public sentiment towards Colin guy. Strictly from a football perspective, CK might be the best match for the Dolphins' offense.
 
Time out! Please don't drink the ESPN koolaid. Ever since they decided
to be the sports version of a social justice warrior network, their
credibility has been horrible. ESPN gets on a cause, pushes the shit
out of it, totally ignoring facts and evidence. Remember the 7th
round pick Michael Sams? You couldn't watch ESPN for more than 10
minutes without the latest update on him, since he was a homo.
 
Colin Suckadick is their latest project. They start with a strawman,
as most mis-information bureaus do. "There aren't 32 better QBs in
the league, yet he can't find a job!", ESPN cries constantly.
 
OK, facts please. This is the guy who was the WORST rated passer in
the NFL for several years. But most importantly, he spent the
majority of last season as a BACKUP to Blaine Gabbert, himself a
CAREER backup!
 
ESPN will never say it, but the reason Suckadick still doesn't have a
job is that he's a fucking lousy QB.
 
I just hope that Gase is smart enough not to take the ESPN liberal
claptrap bait.
"euphemism@mindspring.com" <euphemism@mindspring.com>: Aug 04 12:18PM -0700

On Friday, August 4, 2017 at 1:10:18 PM UTC-5, BAH wrote:
> job is that he's a fucking lousy QB.
 
> I just hope that Gase is smart enough not to take the ESPN liberal
> claptrap bait.
 
 
Between Cutler, Osweiller and Kaepernick, I think Kaepernick is the better fit to the Gase offense.
 
That said, I think there's very little chance that the Dolphins FO decides to risk him as the new veteran behind Matt Moore. Miami had a couple of players join in the kneel-down protests last year and it didn't seem to cause much uproar. That might be different if they were also sporting Fidel Castro T-Shirts. Miami isn't a safe haven for Castro supporters.
 
I am not endorsing the guy - I really have no use for him or his politics. What I know about his play was when he faced the Dolphins last year. He looked better than what I have seen from Osweiller and/or Cutler.
oceantracks@mac.com: Aug 04 12:42PM -0700


> The Miami beat writers don't seem so morose... Salguero says
 
> http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/armando-salguero/article165332502.html
 
> but there's no hard news here - the jury is out and whatever they decide, it will amount to an opinion.
 
Too bad they could get Romo!
bob@bob.mail: Aug 04 06:01PM -0400


>> http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/armando-salguero/article165332502.html
 
>> but there's no hard news here - the jury is out and whatever they decide, it will amount to an opinion.
 
>Too bad they could get Romo!
 
Behind the Dolphins OL Tony would be toast.
oceantracks@mac.com: Aug 04 03:40PM -0700


> >> but there's no hard news here - the jury is out and whatever they decide, it will amount to an opinion.
 
> >Too bad they could get Romo!
 
> Behind the Dolphins OL Tony would be toast.
 
Yeah I guess it doesn't matter who is back there when you think of it that way..
Drumrboy <drumrboy@aol.com>: Aug 05 04:05AM -0700

Aug 4Stu Gotts
 
> I'm not going to offer an opinion regarding what these experts know or don't know. The people who guess second are the only one's who are 100% right. If this injury kills his season, then many will be seen to have known that this outcome was inevitable.
 
 
I place total blame on Drumrboy! His constant barrage of negative energy to any and all things Tannehill related is the obvious cause of this situation.
 
My evil plan has come to fruition...
"euphemism@mindspring.com" <euphemism@mindspring.com>: Aug 04 06:04PM -0700

Yahoo Sports report
"euphemism@mindspring.com" <euphemism@mindspring.com>: Aug 04 09:11PM -0700

https://www.yahoo.com/new
"euphemism@mindspring.com" <euphemism@mindspring.com>: Aug 04 06:11PM -0700

It likely means he's been promised the starting job and Moore gets pushed aside. Hope Matt is ok with that.... :-(
"mr dude@harvarduniversity.edu" <fosterfla@gmail.com>: Aug 04 04:26PM -0700

Is out for the season. Time for the Dolphins to sign Colin Kaepernick he hates America just as much as a Dolphin fan
Stoobz <stoobz4@comcast.net>: Aug 04 10:56AM -0500

On 8/4/2017 12:17 AM, Rich wrote:
>> are not correct at this time because further examination of that MRI may
>> give a specialist pause.
 
> I'm thinking the same medical staff that id employed by the Dolphins is the same staff that the New York Mets use.
 
Seems to me Miami has a long history of terrible medical advisors.
 
That sports science department they run is a pile of crap.
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