2010 Miami Dolphins.

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  1. Borussia

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    Hartline is penciled in now as a starter. Besides Bess, there is not much else going on with the Dolphin WR corps besides Marshall and Hartline. A couple of new black stiffs from the hinterland fringes have made somewhat news in TC. Camarillo is gone, TE Haynos got injured and subsequently released.
    So Hartline is safe for now as #2 WR. We'll take it. Word is that Bess needs to pick things up or he may be replaced with some of the younger new affletes.
    Hartline is productive, skilled, fast and technical.
    As long as Marshall doesn't have a emotional or mental meltdown, he should produce stats. Alas, many people think Marshall will eventually cause drama and issues.
    The afflete way often. And Marshall is an afflete.

    Henne is also on a somewhat short leash. Pennington is healed up and the cagey vet. Plus, I actually think Pennington is right now a better game manager and all around QB.
    Henne has a rocket arm and athleticism, but that doesn't mean he will be a great game QB. I support Henne and want him to do well, but predict Pennington will be QB come 2 months in the season.

    We'll see..
     
  2. icsept

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    DAVIE, Fla. (AP)
    Several Miami Dolphins crawled across the field after practice Tuesday - not due to exhaustion, but because they were looking for a diamond earring.
    Defensive end Kendall Langford said he forgot to take his earrings off before practice and lost one during drills. He said the diamond was nearly 2.5 carats, which is why he was still on the field an hour after practice scanning the grass.
    At least nine teammates helped. Some were on hands and knees, and a couple used rakes to comb through the turf. They had a lot of ground to cover, because the Dolphins practice on two fields.
    ''I've got a great group of guys out here helping me - family-type guys,'' Langford said.
    He declined to say how much the earring cost. One jewelry distributor said it could be worth more than $50,000.
    Several fellow defensive linemen were among those assisting Langford in his search.
    ''He's a teammate. That's what you do,'' defensive end Ryan Baker said. ''It's a fat diamond. It's a shame.''
    Coach Tony Sparano briefly watched the hunt for the jewelry but did not participate. He said he has never lost earrings at practice - or anywhere else.
    ''I can't afford them,'' he said.
    Langford finally abandoned the search - temporarily, at least - because he was due at a team meeting. In addition, the grounds crew had started mowing the grass.



    Oh well, he can afford it...actually, no his salary is only $476,000; probably $300,000 after taxes, so he just dropped 1/6 of his salaray.
     
  3. whiteathlete33

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    Black stupidity never ceases to amaze me. I know they need their "Bling Bling" and all but at least leave it at home. This is another afflete who will be living on the streets once his affirmative action sports career is over.
     
  4. Thrashen

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    A "man" who wears expensive jewelry like a dolled-up Hollywood actress on the Red Carpet"¦how masculine. Black "men" usually have the same predisposition to shop for their "accessories" as a 70-year old woman. They drive the same cars an coordinate their "outfits," too.

    Blacks play "dress-up" like little schoolgirls. They need to wear ludicrously expensive items in order to "compensate" for their many mental, physical and sexual shortcomings. I always make sure to make such statements around white women.Edited by: Thrashen
     
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    How true! One of the oddest facets of our declining civilization is how black style, ie. dressing like a clown, is considered cool or the ultimate in style. When ever I drive thru the black area's I'm amazed at the thing they wear, especially the way they mix inappropriate colors. It looks so stupid yet you never hear anyone commenting on it.
     
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    It's even worse when you see DWF's dressed like the thugs they worship, with their massively oversized pants falling down, idiot jewelry, andbaseball capsworn sideways. Incidentally, I once heard that the pants-falling-down thing originated in prison (imagine that), and was to advertise "availabililty", if you know what I mean.
     
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    Let's be honest I think most people view blacks as funny retards ( no offense to the retarded).
     
  8. TwentyTwo

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    Yeah we had a guest speaker at a public school come from prison andlet us know how the saggin' pants originated...then he said "spell saggin' backwards"







    BTW is the Dolphins defense coal-black??(minus one polynesian) How many NFL Teams start a coal-black defense on opening day??
     
  9. Jack Lambert

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    Let's see, Miami, Indy, Arizona, Tennessee, Cincy, Philly, New York Giants, Houston ('till Cushing gets back,). Plus, almost every team that doesn't start an all-black D usually only has one or two token white starters. Minny, St. Louis, Buffalo, and Balitmore all start three (the highest total in the league for opening day this year.)
     
  10. Borussia

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    AJ Edds got injured early in TC. The Dolphins are coal black on Defense. Offense is not that much brighter. With the exception of Hartline, QB, and a couple of OLmen, Miami is coal black pretty much. TE Haynos is gone too now.
    They will suck and I will look forward to watching the DWFs try to explain it all.

    As for the 'bling', sign of the times with so many moronic 89 IQ affletes.
     
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    Think you nailed it pretty good, Jack. Cleveland may also have three depending on how someone looks at Chris Gocong. Green Bay's still a little unclear as they don't appear sold on Brad Jones at outside linebacker. I'm hoping Poppinga or Zombo or maybe even Chillar ends up joining Matthews and Hawk.Edited by: Don Wassall
     
  12. whiteathlete33

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    St Louis looks to start three white defensive players: Laurinaitis, Dahl, and Long. Dahl is only a temporary starter though. Once one of the affletes(don't remember who) gets healthy he will be second string. Vobora was expected to be the starter but has magically been demoted due to affletes with supposed "upside." Bobby Carpenter looks to be a second stringer as well.
     
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    Did Stewart Bradley get injured for Philly? If not, he should be a starter.
     
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    Bradley will be a starter. on Rams Vobora got somehow relegated after being their second best defender last year...
     
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    The Titans start DE Jason Babin, however, he is a Chris Gocong "white player." DE David Ball may also start for the Titans.

    Also, Colt LB Gary Brackett may miss the opening game...and Iowa rookie Angerer would start.
     
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    Sorry on that one, with all the white players cut from Fat Bastards team, I overlooked Bradley. I think Jason Babin is only starting because an afflete is injured. (Gerald Hayes)
     
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    The Dolphins also signed LB Bobby Carpenter...after he was cut by the Rams after supposedly being "beat out" by his former Ohio State teammate / nobody Larry Grant.
     
  19. whiteathlete33

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    Another positive comment about a white player from Rotoworld. It must be the end of the world as we know it.

    Jake Long (knee) returned to Dolphins practice on Wednesday,
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    The entire Dolphins offense can breath a sigh of relief. Long, the No. 1
    overall pick in 2008, is perhaps their most indispensable player.
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    Caste Football Looks at the 2010 Miami Dolphins</font>

    Gone are the great, mostly white Dolphins' teams of the 1970's, and in their place come near coal-black teams, like this year's version, which has only 15 white players on it, including only 1 on defense. Throughout the late 1970's and into the 80's, Miami started to become blacker. The blackening reached it's peak in 2006 under Nick "The Prick" Saban, when Miami proudly opened the season with LB Zach Thomas as the only white starter out of 22. Miami has improved a little bit from a caste prospective, but is still pretty coal black.

    Third year man Chad Henne looks to improve on his first season as a starter in Miami. Henne has a rocket-arm, and can get the ball to his recievers. "Noodle-armed" Chad Pennington is Henne's reliable backup. Should Henne go down, the former Jet would be a more than capable replacement. Mobile Tyler Thigpen, out of Coastal Carolina, is the third string quarterback.

    One game into the 2010 season, and Brian Hartline, one of the rare white recievers to start on the outside, is already being criticized. For just one game without a catch, Hartline's job is already on the hot seat, and pundits are saying the position "needs to be addressed" in 2011. Hartline is more than athletic enough to start, and he runs good routes and has good hands, like every white reciever needs to do to get a sniff to play in the NFL. Anthony Fasano is the Dolphin's reliable tight end. Fasano, out of Notre Dame is a good blocker and pass catcher who had a breakout season in 2007, and should hopefully put up similar numbers this year.

    Outstanding Pro Bowler Jake Long, out of Michigan, mans the left tackle position in Miami. He does a great job of protecting the quarterback, and is also a plow as a run blocker. There should be more Pro Bowls in Long's future. Sixth year man Richie Incognito, out of Nebraska, starts at left guard for the Dolphins. Michigan Tech grad Joe Berger starts at center for Miami. Backup linemen include Lydon Murtha, veteran Jake Grove, and Pat McQuistan are the backup white linemen.

    Bobby Carpenter takes over for rookie A.J. Edds, who was placed on injured reserve, as the token white player on the Dolphins' defense. Carpenter, drafted in the first round by the Cowboys, was given up on without much of a chance. He was traded to St. Louis, where he was supposed to start at LB, but was magically demoted and released. He was picked up by the Dolphins and Bill Parcells, who seems to love former Cowboys' players.

    14 of the team's 19 coaches are white.

    NUMBER OF WHITE PLAYERS ON 53 MAN ROSTER: 15

    NUMBER OF WHITE STARTERS: 6

    GRADE: D
     
  22. referendum

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    And Dolphins add D-lineman Ryan Baker to the team today, doubling their white representation on defense.
     
  23. Borussia

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    Yes, Hartline has the bullseye on him because of week 1 no catches. Dolphin DWFs, probably like most everywhere, love to complain and be negative. It's because fundamentally most of the masses are weak and cowardly.
    So for now, Hartline is the man the DWFs love to hate. And they did beat Buffalo, albeit probably more because of the Bills overall ineptitude.
    Today is at the Vikings.
    Will Gerhardt play? Will Hartline have receptions? Let's see how much time Bobby Carpenter gets too. Some decent White story lines here. Oh, and that guy Favre..lol.

    Bottom line for Hartline: the media has fanned the flames that 'Hartline is not a starting WR in the NFL'.
    Why? Yes, simply because he is White.
     
  24. whiteathlete33

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    Ah yes the position needs to be "upgraded." One bad game is all it takes for a white receiver. Yet the almost 39 year old Joey Galloway also started for the Blackskins and had zero catches. Maybe they need to upgrade the position.
     
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    The current Hartline situation is just yet more evidence of the Caste System, it just keeps rolling in. You could have a Caste Football library if you collected all the evidence together from the past 3 decades. I'm confident Hartline will pull out one of his big plays sooner or later to save himself for now.
     

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