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#1 Posted on 13.5.06 0048.06
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Is it just me, or are the dolphins picking up a lot of talent for nothing this off-season?
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#2 Posted on 13.5.06 1451.03
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If you think Joey Harrington is a "talent", then maybe. I'm sure many Lions fans would dispute that.
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#3 Posted on 13.5.06 1513.31
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I expect a Kerry Collins like resurgence for Joey if he gets to start.

Take that for what it is
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#4 Posted on 14.5.06 1622.29
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    Originally posted by Guru Zim
    I expect a Kerry Collins like resurgence for Joey if he gets to start.

    Take that for what it is


I gotta agree with Zim here. Hasn't Harrington had like 4 different offensive coordinators since he's been in the league. Who knows what he could do with a little consistency?
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#5 Posted on 14.5.06 1626.20
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Collins did get to an NFC Title game with Carolina before his career went into a freefall before his resurrection with the Giants, while Harrington led teams that have been eliminated from playoff contention by mid September. If Culpepper is healthy, Joey will be carrying a clipboard. If Culpepper isn't healthy, the Dolphins, behind Harrington, will lose 10 games.
Since Saban has a fascination with NFC Central QB's, are there any former Chicago QB's available to fill the role of 3rd string QB?
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#6 Posted on 14.5.06 1930.42
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    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    Since Saban has a fascination with NFC Central QB's, are there any former Chicago QB's available to fill the role of 3rd string QB?


Pretty sure Henry Burris isn't up to much...
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#7 Posted on 14.5.06 2008.21
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    Originally posted by drjayphd
    Pretty sure Henry Burris isn't up to much...


He's here in Calgary.

Nothing wrong with this pickup for Miami...a veteran second-string quarterback is a lot more than most teams have. Besides, Miami's #2 option before this was Cleo Lemon.
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#8 Posted on 14.5.06 2205.28
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    Originally posted by Bullitt
      Originally posted by drjayphd
      Pretty sure Henry Burris isn't up to much...


    He's here in Calgary.

    Nothing wrong with this pickup for Miami...a veteran second-string quarterback is a lot more than most teams have. Besides, Miami's #2 option before this was Cleo Lemon.


Like I said, not much. (ducks) Wasn't he in the CFL a lot longer than the NFL, anyway?
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#9 Posted on 15.5.06 0742.54
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Hey, as a DolFan, I am OK with picking up these kinds of QB's for nothing...

Last year we had Frerotte, Feeley and Rosenfels.

Taking that into account, I am all for

Culpepper, Harrington, Lemon
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#10 Posted on 15.5.06 0842.42
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    Originally posted by Mayhem
      Originally posted by Guru Zim
      I expect a Kerry Collins like resurgence for Joey if he gets to start.

      Take that for what it is


    I gotta agree with Zim here. Hasn't Harrington had like 4 different offensive coordinators since he's been in the league. Who knows what he could do with a little consistency?


Also, I think he's proven incapable of running the West Coast offense, so getting him out of it may work wonders.
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#11 Posted on 15.5.06 1753.50
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Culpepper, Harrington, Vick.
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#12 Posted on 15.5.06 2239.40
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    Originally posted by Guru Zim
    Culpepper, Harrington, Vick.



It's sure a lot more potential than they had last year, but Saben is taking on quite a task with these three. He's a brave man.

(edited by BigDaddyLoco on 15.5.06 2341)
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#13 Posted on 16.5.06 0808.03
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They'll probably try to convert Vick to a Randle-El type of player. They also have Brock Berlin (currently in NFL Europe) on the roster
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#14 Posted on 16.5.06 1818.37
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    Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff
    They'll probably try to convert Vick to a Randle-El type of player. They also have Brock Berlin (currently in NFL Europe) on the roster

Brock Berlin is a pro football player?? Good grief. Somebody sign me up.

If the Dolphins are tired of NFC Central QBs, they can go for the recently cut Craig Krenzel, formerly an AFC Central QB with Cinci. Sure as hell beats Brock Berlin.

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#15 Posted on 16.5.06 2039.42
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    Originally posted by StingArmy
      Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff
      They'll probably try to convert Vick to a Randle-El type of player. They also have Brock Berlin (currently in NFL Europe) on the roster

    Brock Berlin is a pro football player?? Good grief. Somebody sign me up.

    If the Dolphins are tired of NFC Central QBs, they can go for the recently cut Craig Krenzel, formerly an AFC Central QB with Cinci. Sure as hell beats Brock Berlin.

    - StingArmy


Ahhh ... but Krenzel is also a former NFC Central quarterback. He was on the Bears roster as rookie and even started a game or two for them in 2004.
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#16 Posted on 16.5.06 2245.34
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    Originally posted by Mayhem
      Originally posted by StingArmy
        Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff
        They'll probably try to convert Vick to a Randle-El type of player. They also have Brock Berlin (currently in NFL Europe) on the roster

      Brock Berlin is a pro football player?? Good grief. Somebody sign me up.

      If the Dolphins are tired of NFC Central QBs, they can go for the recently cut Craig Krenzel, formerly an AFC Central QB with Cinci. Sure as hell beats Brock Berlin.

      - StingArmy


    Ahhh ... but Krenzel is also a former NFC Central quarterback. He was on the Bears roster as rookie and even started a game or two for them in 2004.

DUH! My bad, how could I forget that.

I wonder if Krenzel would even WANT to play for the Dolphins, or any other NFL team for that matter. Doesn't he have a degree in molecular biology or something? You don't get that kind of degree just for kicks.

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#17 Posted on 23.5.06 1220.39
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    Originally posted by StingArmy
      Originally posted by Mayhem
        Originally posted by StingArmy
          Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff
          They'll probably try to convert Vick to a Randle-El type of player. They also have Brock Berlin (currently in NFL Europe) on the roster

        Brock Berlin is a pro football player?? Good grief. Somebody sign me up.

        If the Dolphins are tired of NFC Central QBs, they can go for the recently cut Craig Krenzel, formerly an AFC Central QB with Cinci. Sure as hell beats Brock Berlin.

        - StingArmy


      Ahhh ... but Krenzel is also a former NFC Central quarterback. He was on the Bears roster as rookie and even started a game or two for them in 2004.

    DUH! My bad, how could I forget that.

    I wonder if Krenzel would even WANT to play for the Dolphins, or any other NFL team for that matter. Doesn't he have a degree in molecular biology or something? You don't get that kind of degree just for kicks.

    - StingArmy


Come on! What chick doesn't dig molecular biologists?
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#18 Posted on 23.5.06 1519.38
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    Originally posted by Mayhem
      Originally posted by StingArmy
        Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff
        They'll probably try to convert Vick to a Randle-El type of player. They also have Brock Berlin (currently in NFL Europe) on the roster

      Brock Berlin is a pro football player?? Good grief. Somebody sign me up.

      If the Dolphins are tired of NFC Central QBs, they can go for the recently cut Craig Krenzel, formerly an AFC Central QB with Cinci. Sure as hell beats Brock Berlin.

      - StingArmy


    Ahhh ... but Krenzel is also a former NFC Central quarterback. He was on the Bears roster as rookie and even started a game or two for them in 2004.

Krenzel won his first three starts as a Bear I believe, setting the stage for rookie QB's who suck getting undeserved wins...and for that, Kyle Orton thanks him.
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