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    Matt Moore Again

    Yep looks like R/T went down in practice in some kind of non-contact manner, on the injured knee. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...ft-knee-injury

    He be in my video http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...-qb-right-now/
    Last edited by Gundermerikan; 08-04-2017 at 05:30 PM.

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    okay, lemme remind ya of 1999. The Rams lost that guy, was it Trent Green or something?,...and Kurt Warner, a sack boy in a grocery store, became NFL MVP. There is a reason for that imo. Well, several reasons. That year the Rams could've been a top 10 offense with Howdy Doody at QB. Point is, the Dolphins still have a great pair of RBs, a great WR along with a fine complimentary WR. The thing is, is this,...the Dolphins defense must be fairly dominant like those Rams did back in 1999. dam man, a no contact injury. Maybe it's best it happened now instead of week #2. Trying to help here.

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    One Year Wonders

    Sticking with Matt Moore here. Each QB played for Adam Gase for about a year and M/M not only has the best rating at 105.6 but has the fewest Int's and least amount of yards lost being sacked: Zero!

    R/T is second place but cannot play this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gundermerikan View Post
    Sticking with Matt Moore here. Each QB played for Adam Gase for about a year and M/M not only has the best rating at 105.6 but has the fewest Int's and least amount of yards lost being sacked: Zero!

    R/T is second place but cannot play this time.
    Damn man,...you talk like you know football, teasing. Oh heck yes, people analyze all sorts of things, ya know, the experts and fans and they don't realize that *some* quarterbacks can *feel* pressure and can get the ball off better than others. EVEN if it's throwing it away or in an area no one could catch it unless it was an acrobatic reception. There are depths of this game and all are fascinating to me.

    Okay,...Cutler,...he's still a stud, he's no little man like the media portrays. Welp,...it'll be fun to watch the Falcons in Miami tomorrow night. Miami,...hmmm,...1999 the first Super Bowl appearance ever for the Falcons was there. As said, when these two teams meet it seems something happens. It'll be fun to analyze the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penumbra View Post
    Damn man... Cutler [is] still a stud, no little man like the media portrays... It'll be fun to analyze the game.

    Yep at 6-3 a 225# guy can be a force to recon with, especially if he's as strong all over as his arm indicates. Unfortunately we're not seeing the likes of either J/C or R/T this time.

    M/M is a svelte 195# which is wispy considering he throw a deep bowl. R/T is also about 30# heavier then Moore but he takes way more sack losses.

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