Saturday, September 15, 2012
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
MIAMI DOLPHINS TO PASS OUT "1972 – STILL PERFECT HAT" TO EVERY FAN ATTENDING OAKLAND RAIDERS GAME
Miami, FL – In honor of the 40th anniversary of the Miami Dolphins 1972 Perfect Season, the organization has announced a host of unique events, activities and promotions in honor of this singular achievement.
To commemorate this historic anniversary, every fan attending the season opening game at 1:00 p.m., September 16, against the Oakland Raiders will receive a commemorative 40th Anniversary 1972 Perfect Season cap. Titled "Still Perfect", the high quality caps will be presented by Publix. Additionally, members of the 1972 team will be at stadium gates greeting fans as they enter the stadium.
"40 years later, the achievements of Coach Shula and the '72 team remain unmatched and continue to be a great legacy for the Dolphins franchise," said Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee. "We are proud to partner with Publix to ensure that every single fan in attendance on Sunday can take home a piece of history with these throwback hats, handed to them directly by the players that brought Miami its first Super Bowl championship."
Sunday, September 09, 2012
I know most of you are probably mad at Tannehill but take a moment to think that he is a rookie playing his first NFL game. Besides RG3 the other 1st round QBs struggled as well. Luck tnhrew 3 INTs and Weeden threw 4 INTs. Tannehill needs to pump fake the ball more but you have to give credit to Watt. The man was a monster today and it's hard playing QB when you got that guy running after you. The Texans did have the 2nd best defense last season so you knew that it was going to be a struggle on offense. We will find out what Tannehill has in him next week after watching film on this game and making the necessary adjustments.
We need to pick up another WR this week, preferably a bigger receiver. Today confirmed what we already knew, the Dolphins don't have a play maker at the receiver position. Sure Bess and Hartline played well but we need someone else to give Tannehill another option. Too many passes were check downs and not enough throws to the outside and not too many passes went for big gains.