Finally saban grows some kahuna's

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins' started by Guest, Oct 8, 2006.

  1. Guest

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    finally a white boy playing quarterback for the Phins, but we still lost maybe Saban has had enough of the brothers screwing up the game. Man I sure hope so because I am so damn sick and tired of the negroes and their supporters shoving this sh*t down our throats. Memo to all of you apologists it goes both ways you want black quarterbacksI want white running backs to also represent the National Football Leauge. Well thats my opinion what are some other points of view.Edited by: dolphin Jimmy
     
  2. Lance Alworth

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    i live in dolphin country, and i saw the game. Harrington was WORLDS better than Dullpepper. I've been on the dolphin message boards and i cant believe all these morons who still insist on having the "brutha" in at QB. It makes me sick. Harrington actually moved the offense and didnt stand there like a sitting duck waiting to get sacked, ala Fumblepepper. Even Dan Dierdorf, Dan Marino, and Boomer Esiason said they thought Harrington should be the starter. He's a better quarterback, plain and simple
     
  3. Guest

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    Man you are right on that negroe needs to get on another love boat way the hell away from south Florida because he is a me first player who reall only cares about how his stats look and not if the team wins or loses. Hell it don't matter I still got paid please negroepepper please pack your bags and get the hell out of town. I here Denny Green might want you back.
     
  4. Lance Alworth

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    If Saban decides to still go with Culpepper IN SPITE of being totally outplayed by Harrington, then this situation is going to be Wannstedt/Fiedler all over again, and Sabans days here in South Florida will be numbered. Remember Wannstedts love affair with Jay Fiedler, and despite being outplayed by other QB's in the preseason (Feeley, Huard, Griese) he still got the start anyway. I think its a never ending cycle with this team
     
  5. jaxvid

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    Culpepper has a HUGE reputation from some big years with the Vikings. Harrington had nothing but trouble in Detroit. On a Lions message board a fan posted "Joey still sucks" after his game today so if an out of town fan isn't won over don't expect a caste supporting NFL coach.
     
  6. backrow

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    well Joey will start for now... but Saban still sucks: "We'll evaluate it on a week-to-week basis," Saban said. "This week, we're going to plan to play like we did last week. ... We're going to work with Daunte, improve his movement, give him some reps in practice, get Joey ready to play in the game. Now, does that make him the starter? I guess that makes him the starter."

    he guesses right, dammit!
     
  7. Freedom

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    What happened to dolphin Jimmy? Harrington will definitely start over Culpepper until he plays poorly for a few series. Then, once Culpeppe has a good series, he'll be the starter again.
     
  8. White Shogun

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    Why not work with Joey, improve his movement, give him more reps in practice, and get Joey ready to play the game?

    Why are they spending all their time nursing an ailing, has-been quarterback when they have a guy who is available and more capable than the one they're wet nursing?

    Harrington in one game outperformed Culpepper in any of his prior starts this season, but they still want to force Culpepper back into the starting job. If the roles were reversed, Saban would be accused of racism.
     

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