Saturday, December 14, 2013

Have You Had Enough Of Brady Already?

I sure have.

I am sick and tired of this guy having his way with us and the rest of the AFC East.

As my Mom used to say "Enough is enough!"

I have had my full.

It's absolutely time for our Miami Dolphins to put a fork in Tom Brady.

There are only two things I want to see starting Sunday at 1 PM:

1) Our offense in control of the ball and keeping Brady off the field

AND

2) Our defense continuously putting Brady down on the field.

Just as in the movie "Animal House", but instead of Niedermeir, it'll be "Brady, dead!"

Those would make me a very happy camper!

I don't believe I am asking for the impossible here.

Just the natural progression of a young talented team finally catching up with another team whose days are coming to an end.

Phins Up!!!

Carl Leone
Dolfan since 12/25/1971
Carldleone@aol.com

6 comments:

  1. I see a big game from Wake, Vernon, and Jordan.

    Wake and Vernon will kill Brady on the edges, while Jordan will kill the short passing game. Good night Tom.

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    1. I was thinking the same thing, linearz. Jordan covering backs tight and we get a few coverage sacks on top of the normal beating their man sacks.
      So long Pretty Boy Brady.

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    2. yeah man... I see that also!

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  2. Make them beat us on the outside with their receivers and I like our chances

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  3. I think that the reason NE keeps beating Miami has more to do with BB than Brady. For years, Brady has always had trouble with Miami's defense, and we all know that Brady is not very elite when he's under constant pressure. Miami is one of the few teams to consistently slow down NE's offense, but they still lose. Why? Because Miami's offense just can't seem to score enough points. In the past, Sparano's team moved well between the 20s, but had to settle for FGs due to a lack of playmakers. When NE scores TDs and you score FGs, you lose.

    This Dolphins team has playmakers that can score TDs, but they still lost the first game because the coaching staff had no counter to BB's adjustments. Again, Miami will be the team with superior on-field talent today. If they lose, then this coaching staff is the problem!

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    1. Good point, stratrocker60.

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