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(Pro Football Spot)   The Miami Dolphins are 3-0 despite being outgained by 100 yards, allowing five sacks while recording none and holding the ball for only seven minutes in the entire first half on Sunday   (news.profootballspot.com) divider line 76
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2013-09-23 10:36:50 AM  
We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.
 
2013-09-23 10:38:04 AM  
That should be Falcant's.  What's that button that says preview for?
 
2013-09-23 12:08:42 PM  

oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.


I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?
 
2013-09-23 12:22:56 PM  
SCOREBOARD
 
2013-09-23 12:31:26 PM  

RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?


still not as strange as the Arizona Cardinals starting last year 4-0, i mean that team didn't even have an offense
 
2013-09-23 12:31:51 PM  
The AFC is not as awful as previously thought.
 
2013-09-23 12:33:04 PM  

RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?


Jamaal Charles is healthy and Cassel is no longer under center
 
2013-09-23 12:35:51 PM  

ShadowKamui: RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?

Jamaal Charles is healthy and Cassel is no longer under center


Cassel had a decent start to a career and then fell apart almost as quickly.
 
2013-09-23 12:45:02 PM  
Allowing only 5 sacks over 3 games? Sounds pretty damn good. And this might be another great time state how overvalued sacks are, and how ToP is a dumb black and white way to interpret drive effectiveness.
 
2013-09-23 12:54:23 PM  

ShadowKamui: RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?

Jamaal Charles is healthy and Cassel is no longer under center


0 turnovers through 3 games...
 
2013-09-23 12:57:58 PM  
Id like to hear steamingpiles expert football analysis of this seemingly impossible final score
 
2013-09-23 12:59:51 PM  

mikaloyd: Id like to hear steamingpiles expert football analysis of this seemingly impossible final score


WHARRGARBL!
 
2013-09-23 01:00:27 PM  
I'm looking forward to what looks like a tough game next week.
 
2013-09-23 01:09:14 PM  
Well, it's great when you go down 10-0 and know you have the opponent right where you want 'em, lol.

mikaloyd: Id like to hear steamingpiles expert football analysis of this seemingly impossible final score


He's got yard work.
 
2013-09-23 01:15:04 PM  

RedPhoenix122: I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0. Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?


Step 1: "Any team can win on any given Sunday!"
Step 2: "Wow, who would have seen this coming?"
Step 3: Sports journalism can go fark itself.
 
2013-09-23 01:20:32 PM  

cettin: ShadowKamui: RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?

Jamaal Charles is healthy and Cassel is no longer under center

0 turnovers through 3 games...


I already said Cassel is no longer under center, no need to be relative and hammer home how much he sucked....
 
2013-09-23 01:34:36 PM  
i1182.photobucket.com
 
2013-09-23 01:36:12 PM  
Chiefs had 10 points after q1 on Thursday, after putting up 60 total yards of offense.
 
2013-09-23 01:36:21 PM  

ShadowKamui: RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?

Jamaal Charles is healthy and Cassel is no longer under center


The Chiefs have the same basic core that had them go 10-6 and 7-9 a couple of years ago.  They just needed better QB play.
 
2013-09-23 01:46:02 PM  
As a Dolphins fan, I still have no idea how we won that game. But i'll take it.
 
2013-09-23 01:46:02 PM  
The Chiefs barely beat the Eagles
 
2013-09-23 01:52:38 PM  
Ryan Tannehill - he just wins.
 
2013-09-23 02:10:44 PM  
Braves win the division. Everyone knows that there's a cap on the amount of happiness that can be experienced by Atlanta sports fans in a single day.
 
2013-09-23 02:18:06 PM  
The Dogs and Jackets winning sopped up the rest of that happiness.  Falcons had no chance.
 
2013-09-23 02:18:25 PM  

RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?


The Chiefs are good. The Dolphins have been fortunate...so far.
 
2013-09-23 02:44:29 PM  

js34603: RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?

The Chiefs are good. The Dolphins have been fortunate...so far.


I wish I could find the local news interview of a lady member of one of the churches they want to demolish to build the stadium.  For those farkers not near Atlanta, the city is trying to reach a deal with some historical baptist churches in order to build the stadium, on the magnitude of 15 million dollars.

This is just on the heels of last year's good season for the falcons: "I think it's an obamanation in the sight of God for the city and the Falcons to consider bringing down two historic black churches for a stadium for a second-rate football team," said longtime member Vickie Johnson.

found it
here is the link, quote is at the 0:50 mark. http://www.wsbtv.com/videos/news/mount-vernon-baptist-church-votes-to - sell-for-new/vCCwHC/

I damn near busted a gut at how this lady slipped in a nice dig at the end there.
 
2013-09-23 02:49:10 PM  
And then the fools extended Ireland's contract, guaranteeing hardcore FAILmode for the forseeable future
 
2013-09-23 02:49:48 PM  
On the topic of the game, I found it odd that the falcon's went so run heavy with Steven Jackson injured.  They acquire him in the off-season then decide to go about 75% pass offense in the first two games, then AFTER he is injured they go with a more balanced attack/heavier run style with your backups.  That is Falcon decision making for you.

Personally, I think jacquizz rogers should be the starting back and wish they never bothered to get Jackson.  If you are going to go with a high-flying passing attack, then you should go with a scat-back type of player that Jacquizz is well suited for.  And he seems to do well finding holes in the line to squirt thru for 3-5 yards when they need a straight ahead run.

Also, they have Tony Gonzalez, but can't seem to get the ball in his hands. (kinda mad on that one since he is on my Fantasy Team.  I am benching him for A. Gates next week)
 
2013-09-23 02:58:05 PM  
I'm a Dolphin fan (since early 70's) and I can tell you exactly why.  They are better conditioned.  If you watch carefully, you will see the other teams are gassed in the 4th quarter (and sometimes even in other quarters).
 
2013-09-23 03:07:38 PM  

Hyjamon: Also, they have Tony Gonzalez, but can't seem to get the ball in his hands. (kinda mad on that one since he is on my Fantasy Team. I am benching him for A. Gates next week)


I didn't watch the game, but I when I saw the score update I flicked to my fantasy matchup on my phone and saw TG had a few catches on that drive (my opponent had him). Before I went to bed last night I looked again and saw he finished the game with the same catch & yard totals as he had on that first drive.

I don't know if Yahoo just farked the stat tracking up, but if he couldn't get the ball after the first drive of the game...wow.
 
2013-09-23 03:08:38 PM  

Killer Cars: I didn't watch the game, but I when I saw the FIRST* score update


duh.
 
2013-09-23 03:15:59 PM  

ShadowKamui: RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?

Jamaal Charles is healthy and Cassel is no longer under center


Jacksonville
Inconsistent Dallas team (which they barely escaped)
Rookie coached Philly team with a bad defense


I wouldn't book those playoff tickets just yet
 
2013-09-23 03:18:41 PM  

thecpt: Allowing only 5 sacks over 3 games? Sounds pretty damn good. And this might be another great time state how overvalued sacks are, and how ToP is a dumb black and white way to interpret drive effectiveness.


Tannehill has been sacked 14 times in 3 games. At that rate he's going to be deader than david carr at the end of the season. The 5 sacks were just in this game.
 
2013-09-23 03:19:47 PM  

RedPhoenix122: ShadowKamui: RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?

Jamaal Charles is healthy and Cassel is no longer under center

Cassel had a decent start to a career and then fell apart almost as quickly.


He got clobbered in Kansas City. At the end, he looked like he didn't even want to go on the field. The sad fact is, the offensive line isn't much better now. Alex Smith is just a lot less panicky than Cassel. Maybe that will change, if Eric Fisher doesn't get it together soon, And Brandon Albert, as average as he is, needs to stay healthy.
The bright spot is the defense. Having a nose tackle that can play is making a difference.
 
2013-09-23 03:25:22 PM  
I'm getting tired of being a Falcon's fan. Same thing with the Braves. Agressivly mediocre. Good enough to get eliminated in the first round of the post-season. Yippee.
 
2013-09-23 03:26:33 PM  

Hyjamon: js34603: RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?

The Chiefs are good. The Dolphins have been fortunate...so far.

I wish I could find the local news interview of a lady member of one of the churches they want to demolish to build the stadium.  For those farkers not near Atlanta, the city is trying to reach a deal with some historical baptist churches in order to build the stadium, on the magnitude of 15 million dollars.

This is just on the heels of last year's good season for the falcons: "I think it's an obamanation in the sight of God for the city and the Falcons to consider bringing down two historic black churches for a stadium for a second-rate football team," said longtime member Vickie Johnson.

found it
here is the link, quote is at the 0:50 mark. http://www.wsbtv.com/videos/news/mount-vernon-baptist-church-votes-to - sell-for-new/vCCwHC/

I damn near busted a gut at how this lady slipped in a nice dig at the end there.


I think I heard the final number this morning on the ride to work.  $19.5 milion to each church (2 of them), so you're looking at $40 million just to buy out the space.  Or enough to build 1/3 of the cost of the relocated North Atlanta High School...  http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/07/education/a-147-million-signal-of-f a ith-in-atlantas-public-schools.html
 
2013-09-23 03:28:44 PM  

Snapper Carr: ShadowKamui: RedPhoenix122: oldernell: We don't call them the Fancan'ts for nothing.  Things will be better when they get their new billion dollar stadium.

I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0.  Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?

Jamaal Charles is healthy and Cassel is no longer under center

Jacksonville
Inconsistent Dallas team (which they barely escaped)
Rookie coached Philly team with a bad defense


I wouldn't book those playoff tickets just yet


Their scheduled is a joke other than having to play the Broncos 2x and the Colts; outside chance of the Texans also being good if they have fired the kicker and benched Schaub by 20th
 
2013-09-23 03:50:42 PM  

drunkness_monster00: As a Dolphins fan, I still have no idea how we won that game. But i'll take it.


This although still cautiously optimistic. Next two games are the real test.
 
2013-09-23 03:58:00 PM  

Littledevil8701: drunkness_monster00: As a Dolphins fan, I still have no idea how we won that game. But i'll take it.

This although still cautiously optimistic. Next two games are the real test.


Agreed. I don't think we win on the road on MNF, but I think we keep it close. Baltimore should be a good matchup imo.
 
2013-09-23 04:05:43 PM  

drunkness_monster00: Littledevil8701: drunkness_monster00: As a Dolphins fan, I still have no idea how we won that game. But i'll take it.

This although still cautiously optimistic. Next two games are the real test.

Agreed. I don't think we win on the road on MNF, but I think we keep it close. Baltimore should be a good matchup imo.


Jacoby Jones might be back by then. Assuming the champagne bottle Sweet Pea cracked upside his head doesn't keep him out longer.

That'd go a long way toward making the Ravens offense more respectable. Right now they may have the worst receiving/TE corp in the division. Yes - worse than the Browns. And maybe even Pittsburgh...
 
2013-09-23 04:32:20 PM  

drunkness_monster00: As a Dolphins fan, I still have no idea how we won that game. But i'll take it.


This.

i692.photobucket.com
 
2013-09-23 04:44:32 PM  

Deneb81: drunkness_monster00: Littledevil8701: drunkness_monster00: As a Dolphins fan, I still have no idea how we won that game. But i'll take it.

This although still cautiously optimistic. Next two games are the real test.

Agreed. I don't think we win on the road on MNF, but I think we keep it close. Baltimore should be a good matchup imo.

Jacoby Jones might be back by then. Assuming the champagne bottle Sweet Pea cracked upside his head doesn't keep him out longer.

That'd go a long way toward making the Ravens offense more respectable. Right now they may have the worst receiving/TE corp in the division. Yes - worse than the Browns. And maybe even Pittsburgh...


Let's play a game.  I'm giving you the combined stats for the top 3 receivers/TEs for each team in the division.  See if you can guess which goes with which team.

#1: 643 yards, 3 TD
#2: 567 yards, 5 TD
#3: 504 yards, 3TD, 1 Fum#4: 526 yards, 2 TDAnswers in next post.  Prepare to be surprised.
 
2013-09-23 04:50:38 PM  

Mike_LowELL: RedPhoenix122: I'm still trying to figure out how both the Dolphins and the Chiefs are 3-0. Did I slip into an alternate universe, one in which a black man is president?

Step 1: "Any team can win on any given Sunday!"
Step 2: "Wow, who would have seen this coming?"
Step 3: Sports journalism can go fark itself.


Yup.  The absolute worst thing about ESPN is how stunned they act when they get it wrong.  As if their word on sports-related matters should be law.
 
2013-09-23 04:51:13 PM  

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: The absolute worst thing about ESPN


...well, after Skip Bayless.
 
2013-09-23 04:51:34 PM  
Wow that broke my formatting.  Guess that's what I get for not previewing.

Anyway, here's the owners:

#1: Pittsburgh
Antonio Brown - 324 yards, 2TD
Emmanuel Sanders - 174 yardsJerricho Cotchery - 145 yards, 1 TD
#2 ClevelandJordan Cameron - 269 yards, 4TDJosh Gordon - 146 yards, 1 TDDavonne Bess - 152 yards#3 CincinattiAJ Green - 249 yards, 3TD, 1 FumJermaine Gresham- 128 yardsMohamed Sanu - 127 yards#4 BaltimoreTorey Smith - 269 yardsDallas Clark - 141 yardsMarlon Brown - 116 yards, 2 TD
Cincinnati lacks anything resembling a #2 receiver (Gresham is #73 in yards in the NFL right now).  Pitt and Cleveland both have 3 players in the top 64 by yards, while Baltimore has 2 (with Clark coming in at exactly 64).  AJ Green is certainly the best receiver in the division, but the lack of any support brings that group down and makes them much easier to contain as a whole.  It's also worth noting that Pittsburgh now has Heath Miller (who was #36 in yards and tied for #15 in TDs) back.  He won't be back in full form for a while, but he is going to bring improvement.
 
2013-09-23 04:52:59 PM  

flak attack: Wow that broke my formatting.  Guess that's what I get for not previewing.

Anyway, here's the owners:

#1: Pittsburgh
Antonio Brown - 324 yards, 2TD
Emmanuel Sanders - 174 yards
Jerricho Cotchery - 145 yards, 1 TD

#2 Cleveland
Jordan Cameron - 269 yards, 4TD
Josh Gordon - 146 yards, 1 TD
Davonne Bess - 152 yards

#3 Cincinatti
AJ Green - 249 yards, 3TD, 1 Fum
Jermaine Gresham- 128 yards
Mohamed Sanu - 127 yards

#4 Baltimore
Torey Smith - 269 yards
Dallas Clark - 141 yards
Marlon Brown - 116 yards, 2 TD

Cincinnati lacks anything resembling a #2 receiver (Gresham is #73 in yards in the NFL right now).  Pitt and Cleveland both have 3 players in the top 64 by yards, while Baltimore has 2 (with Clark coming in at exactly 64).  AJ Green is certainly the best receiver in the division, but the lack of any support brings that group down and makes them much easier to contain as a whole.  It's also worth noting that Pittsburgh now has Heath Miller (who was #36 in yards and tied for #15 in TDs) back.  He won't be back in full form for a while, but he is going to bring improvement.


Alright, that was stupid of me to do that again.  Let's try this.
 
2013-09-23 05:14:04 PM  

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: Yup. The absolute worst thing about ESPN is how stunned they act when they get it wrong. As if their word on sports-related matters should be law.


since i don't really watch ESPN much anymore, i arguably shouldn't criticize but i can't help it.  and they do this all the time and probably still do, so game on.

the best part will be when either the Chiefs, Dolphins, or the whomevers go to like, 8-0, and write this down, you can set your watch by how this happens every year, SOMEONE on ESPN will play the, "you know, I had a funny kind of feeling about the ______s.  in my heart of hearts, i knew there was something special with that club...."

the only person i can think of that said in preseason that the Chiefs were intriguing was, to my knowlege, Bill Simmons.  seem to recall him on his over/under podcast saying they were a dark horse based upon their schedule and overhaul.

now, i'm not saying the chiefs will go 8-0, my point is there's always some sleeper team no one expected to do anything, and then the pundits even then try to take credit for that, on their vague, dopey, "i kinda had a feeling.....NOW, I NEVER SAID THIS OPENLY, but trust me, i had a feeling about them...."
 
2013-09-23 05:28:45 PM  

rickythepenguin: Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: Yup. The absolute worst thing about ESPN is how stunned they act when they get it wrong. As if their word on sports-related matters should be law.

since i don't really watch ESPN much anymore, i arguably shouldn't criticize but i can't help it.  and they do this all the time and probably still do, so game on.

the best part will be when either the Chiefs, Dolphins, or the whomevers go to like, 8-0, and write this down, you can set your watch by how this happens every year, SOMEONE on ESPN will play the, "you know, I had a funny kind of feeling about the ______s.  in my heart of hearts, i knew there was something special with that club...."

the only person i can think of that said in preseason that the Chiefs were intriguing was, to my knowlege, Bill Simmons.  seem to recall him on his over/under podcast saying they were a dark horse based upon their schedule and overhaul.

now, i'm not saying the chiefs will go 8-0, my point is there's always some sleeper team no one expected to do anything, and then the pundits even then try to take credit for that, on their vague, dopey, "i kinda had a feeling.....NOW, I NEVER SAID THIS OPENLY, but trust me, i had a feeling about them...."


Week 8? Hell that'll happen tomorrow morning when the Raiders knock off Denver.

"You know, I didn't say it out-loud but I had this good feeling about the Raiders revamped defense. The addition of Charles Woodson brought things together. Now that we've seen Indy is a powerhouse the close game Week 1 really comes into perspective. This team is special, I could see it coming together in the off-season with the changes that were made but it kinda got overshadowed with all the other news. Pryor's winning the starting job over Flynn was a clear indication that Oakland knows what they're doing. I always thought the loss of Al Davis would help things and this Raiders team is going places. I'm calling it here first, they're going to take the division."

Two minutes later they'll do the same segment with KC:
"You know, I didn't say it out-loud but I had this good feeling about the Chiefs revamped offense. The addition of Alex Smith brought things together. This team is undefeated and looks good doing it. This team is special, I could see it coming together in the off-season with the changes that were made but it kinda got overshadowed with all the other news. Reid's winning the coaching job was a clear indication that KC knows what they're doing. I always thought they were a dark horse and this team is young and going places. I'm calling it here first, they're going to take the division."
 
2013-09-23 05:31:27 PM  

flak attack: flak attack: Wow that broke my formatting.  Guess that's what I get for not previewing.

Anyway, here's the owners:

#1: Pittsburgh
Antonio Brown - 324 yards, 2TD
Emmanuel Sanders - 174 yards
Jerricho Cotchery - 145 yards, 1 TD

#2 Cleveland
Jordan Cameron - 269 yards, 4TD
Josh Gordon - 146 yards, 1 TD
Davonne Bess - 152 yards

#3 Cincinatti
AJ Green - 249 yards, 3TD, 1 Fum
Jermaine Gresham- 128 yards
Mohamed Sanu - 127 yards

#4 Baltimore
Torey Smith - 269 yards
Dallas Clark - 141 yards
Marlon Brown - 116 yards, 2 TD

Cincinnati lacks anything resembling a #2 receiver (Gresham is #73 in yards in the NFL right now).  Pitt and Cleveland both have 3 players in the top 64 by yards, while Baltimore has 2 (with Clark coming in at exactly 64).  AJ Green is certainly the best receiver in the division, but the lack of any support brings that group down and makes them much easier to contain as a whole.  It's also worth noting that Pittsburgh now has Heath Miller (who was #36 in yards and tied for #15 in TDs) back.  He won't be back in full form for a while, but he is going to bring improvement.

Alright, that was stupid of me to do that again.  Let's try this.


I think the lack of even a threat at running back inflates the Steelers numbers - as did Brown's pretty phenomenal night last night.

Right now, in the division, I'd probably rank the #1s:

Green
Brown
Smith
Gordon

#2&3s:
Cinncinatti
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Baltimore

TEs:
Cleveland
Cinncinatti
Pittsburgh
Baltimore

Overall receiving talent:
Cinncinatti
Cleveland (mostly because Miller is unproven at this age/injury status)
Pittsburgh
Baltimore

The Ravens are just garbage from injuries. All four teams healthy I'd probably go:
Bengals
Ravens
Steelers
Browns
 
2013-09-23 05:36:23 PM  

netweavr: "You know, I didn't say it out-loud but I had this good feeling about the ______ revamped offense. The addition of _______brought things together. This team is undefeated and looks good doing it. This team is special, I could see it coming together in the off-season with the changes that were made but it kinda got overshadowed with all the other news. ______s winning the coaching job was a clear indication that _____knows what they're doing. I always thought they were a dark horse and this team is young and going places. I'm calling it here first, they're going to take the division."



ha.

scary how good that is.  mix in "GM ____ had a plan, and he executed it" and a sentence about "the ____ fans are some of the best in the NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE so they deserve this kind of success", and i'd say you have damn near the perfect 20/20 hindsight comment.
 
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