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 08-07-2011, 02:46 PM         #41
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Starting D:

Starks, Solia, Langford @ DL

Misi, Dansby, Burnett, Wake @ LBs.

Vontae, Smith at CB

Bell and Clemons in the back.

Starting O

Henne at QB

Reggie Bush & Lou Polite in backfield

LT DJ Jones, LG Carey, C Pouncey, RG Incognito, RT Colombo

Fasano TE

Marshall and Hartline at WR

Will Allen is not participating again today. That is not good news for a player who missed most of the last two seasons because of injury. This is his third consecutive day that he's out.

Moore hit DT at the goal line for a TD on his first drive.

First down, Henne back to throw looks to Marshall but he's covered, goes to outlet with Bess for 12 yard gain.

Reggie Bush take a handoff right and it's clogged, Koa Misi in the backfield grabs him, Bush gets away, runs left for four yard gain.

Don't know if Misi could have made the tackle and just let teammate go.

Henne out of shotgun, looks to Bush who is in the flat and covered. Henne throws it anyway and Bush is flattened. Incomplete. Bad decision.

Shotgun. Yeremiah Bell blitzes through right side. Sack.

Shotgun: JT pushes Colombo back into Henne. QB throws ball up the right sideline to Brandon Marshall who is covered by Sean Smith in the endozone. TD.

From the 15 yard line now. Henne looking, looking good protection. Throws to Marshall coming across back of the end zone. TD again!

From the 12, Henne tries go to Bess at the goal line, Karlos Dansby steps in front. Interception and returns 94 yards for what would be a TD.

third team:

Devlin out of center, looks right, comes back left and finds wide open Dedrick Epps down the seam. Blwon coverage. But 30 yard gain.

Third team OL has Devlin running for his life. He evades a sack and throws the ball out of bounds.

Lex Hilliard takes hand off and runs HARD thru hole on left side. Six yard gain.

Hilliard into the hole again. Love how he's running. Gain of 4 up the gut.

Shotgun. Devlin looks left, stares down TE Brackett. he's not open. Devlin throws anyway and incomplete out of the back of end zone.

Blitz, Devlin evades and fires incomplete over the head of a receiver who is doubled in the end zone.

Kickoff work now. Gates looks good. Hits hole. Doesn't seem scared. Isn't running out of bounds.

Second team kOR:

Livas takes it and hits hole nice. Jukes Benny Sapp.Crowd roars.

Back to team work. First team offense versus second team D.

Play-action to Bush. Henne finds Marshall for 20 yard gain. Beat Jimmy Wilson.

Shotgun: Henne finds Bush as the check down. 14 yard gain.

Thomas for a 5 yard gain. Hard running there.

Shotgun, Henne finds Marshall who is covered man-to-man by Nolan Carroll. TD.

Carroll didn't even look back for the ball.

From the 12 yard line again, Marshall open for a back shoulder TD versus Carroll but Henne underthrows.

First team D versus second O:

Pass to Charles Clay is inc. Good coverage by Burnett.

Pitch right to Reggie Bush. Gain of about 5 yards

Two backs, pro set, Moore tries to go down middle of the field but ball is batted at line by Tony McDaniel.

Quick slant to Gates, Vontae Davis steps in front.

GReat play would have been interception. Good play, tho. Incomplete.

Ball at the 5 yard line:

Shotgun. Cam Wake sack. Well, he didn't actually sack Moore, but had him about the shoulder and would have clocked him were this live. Moore threw the ball incomplete.

Blown coveraged by D. O'Connell finds Grigsby in the flat all alone. Gains about 20.

Ball at the 7, O'Connell steps up and finds Patrick Carter coming across the back of the end zone wide open.

Not great work by this group of DBs this series

Back to 1s vs. 1s.

This is nickel work.

Yeremiah Bell blitzes.

Reggie Bush coming from the slot position beats Karlos Dansby across the field. Unfair. Gain of about 25 yards.

Henne going to Hartline who is covered. Pulls ball back and scrambles for about 7 yards.

Benny Sapp and Sean Smith collide in the secondary, leaving Davone Bess wide open. Henne connects fora gain of about 20.

Henne looks, looks, staring at Marshall. Forces it. Vontae breaks it up easily. Great coverage.

Henne goes to Bess in the flat who is simply working Benny Sapp. Gain of about 13 or so.

Nice matchup Vontae vs. Marshall down the left sideline. Henne tries to go to the back corner. Vontae breaks it up. End of series.

Twos vs. Twos.

Kory Sheets hits the hole for a gain of about 3 or 4.

Matt Moore finds Gates on an down and out with plenty of separation from Nolan Carroll. Gain of about 12.

Gates on a post pattern. Not open. Moore goes deep anyway. he's now triple covered. Culver knocks the ball down. Moore's pass kinda floated

Moore tries to split the seam to Roberto Wallace. Too long. Incomplete.

Little middle screen to RB Lex Hilliard. He got in the end zone but I suppose if this was real game, would have been a 10 yard gain.

Moore fake pitch left and keeps and goes around left end. Makes it to the pylon. TD.

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Stars today? Brandon Marshall abused single coverage. Jason Taylor abused RTs. Lex Hilliard ran HARD. Reggie Bush in slot is tough matchup
Chad Henne also looked comfortable in pocket. Minus one bad decision (Dansby INT) this was very good day for him connecting with Marshall.
Meanwhile, Brandon Marshall, who scored 2 TDs is telling Dolphins PR he doesn't want to talk to the media about today.
OmarKelly Omar Kelly
"Today is the first day we connected pretty well...we talked before practice and communicated," Chad Henne on Brandon Marshall.
OmarKelly Omar Kelly
"The details have to be solid," Henne said about his communication with Brandon Marshall.
ArmandoSalguero Armando Salguero
Henne loves Reggie Bush out wide vs. a LB: "It's a mismatch out there."
OmarKelly Omar Kelly
"The little kid can go. We definitely have to get him on the field," Sean Smith on Clyde Gates.
ArmandoSalguero Armando Salguero
Reshad Jones took first team snaps in nickel. Sparano: "Last couple of practices he's been around the ball but he's been more physical."
OmarKelly Omar Kelly
"Both those guys since they've been out here have done a nice job running the football & protecting the passer,"Sparano on Hilliard & Sheets
Henne's final numbers from #dolphins scrimmage: 10-of-15 for 146 yards, 3 TDs and one INT.
All TD's were to Marshall. INT in the end zone to Dansby that should've been thrown away.

Marshall had 3 TDs, 4 catches, 61 yds.

Reggie Bush looked better on the receiving end more so than the running, as expected. Henne connected with him on a few check downs where Bush turned up field and got some 15-20 yd gains. Dansby couldn't keep up with him.

Lex Hilliard ran the hardest. DT was bruising people and ran better inside than on pitches. Kory Sheets displayed good vision and cuts.

Clemons and Jones were rotating.

Lydon Murtha is continuing to pancake JT. Not sure which T spot he is playing tho.

Notes I gathered from twitter.


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 08-07-2011, 03:05 PM         #42
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More notes....

andrew_b_carter Andrew Carter
Tony says they're going to treat Falcons preseason game as basically another practice. Won't be any game prep.
OmarKelly Omar Kelly
Chad Henne's percentage is high when facing blitz during practice. "A lot has to do with his knowledge."
OmarKelly Omar Kelly
"Kevin (Burnett) has always been a smart player. He's a 3 time captain at Tennessee. He communicates very well," Sparano on Burnett.
OmarKelly Omar Kelly
"Mike did some things today that he didn't do two days ago from a recognition standpoint," Sparano on Pouncey.
Sparano: more people are going to Chad for the answers this year. It's the kind of situation you see with Peyton in Indy.
 08-07-2011, 03:32 PM         #43
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Dolphins Training Camp Scrimmage Box Score

Aug 07, 2011 -- 3:25pm
These are the extrememly unofficial numbers from the Dolphins first training camp scrimmage. These have been compiled based on observations from my contact lense-aided eyes.

OFFENSE

PASSING:

Chad Henne: 10-15, 145 yds., 3 TD's, 1 INT

Matt Moore: 4-13, 40 yds.

Pat Devlin: 3-6, 35 yds.

Kevin O'Connell: 4-5, 28 yds. 1 TD

NOTE: Henne worked against 1st defense, 2nd defense, mix of 1st, 2nd defense respectively. Moore worked against 2nd defense, 1st defense, mix of 1st, 2nd respectively. Devlin, O'Connell worked against mix of 2nd, 3rd defense.

RUSHING:

Daniel Thomas: 5 rushes, 13 yds.

Kory Sheets: 5 rushes, 8 yds.

Nic Grigsby: 4 rushes, 9 yds.

Lex Hilliard: 3 rushes, 10 yds.

Reggie Bush: 2 rushes, 4 yds.

Matt Moore: 1 rush, 8 yds., 1 TD

Chad Henne: 1 rush, 5 yds.

RECEIVING:

Brandon Marshall: 4 rec., 75 yds., 3 TD's

Davone Bess: 3 rec., 37 yds.

Reggie Bush: 2 rec., 37 yds.

Nic Grigsby: 2 rec., 15 yds.

Brooks Foster: 2 rec., 12 yds.

Brian Hartline: 1 rec., -3 yds.

Marlon Moore: 1 rec., 12 yds.

Dedrick Epps: 1 rec., 23 yds.

Roberto Wallace: 1 rec., 11 yds.

Patrick Carter: 1 rec., 7 yds., 1 TD

Clyde Gates: 1 rec., 12 yds.

Lex Hilliard: 1 rec., 5 yds.

Kory Sheets: 1 rec., 7 yds.

DEFENSE

SACKS: Koa Misi - .5, Kendall Langford: - .5, Cameron Wake

INTERCEPTIONS: Karlos Dansby (99-yd return for TD)

TACKLES FOR LOSS: Paul Soliai (Sheets -1 run), Jason Taylor (Hartline -3 reception)

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 6 years ago '04        #44
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:applause: at least there wasnt too much negativity
 08-07-2011, 04:30 PM         #45
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 iLLuZiOnZ1313 said:
:applause: at least there wasnt too much negativity
2Pistolz isn't in here yet.


I can live with the Henne pick since it was situational stuff. But the surprising thing is how much he targeted Marshall. In those situations he wouldn't target Marshall last season. He was going to him most if not every time. Having confidence in him.

Glad Lex ran hard. I always thought he needed some carries but with two similar backs in front of him he never got a real shot. Still wanna see them against another team's defense since i know our defense is gonna be rough to go against.
 08-07-2011, 04:39 PM         #46
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Today was a good day for the Miami Dolphins. Folks got better. Confidences were raised. Connections were made. Most importantly, plays were made on both sides of the football in the scrimmage held at the team's Davie, FL. practice facility.

Let us begin with what is most important.

No significant injuries that are apparent. OT Nate Garner seemed to tweak a knee but played on so that doesn't seem too be serious.

Chad Henne had a fine day. Although no official statistics exist, by my count Henne completed 11 of 17 passes for approximately 134 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. All three touchdowns went to Brandon Marshall.

Marshall caught a 12-yard TD from Henne, a 15-yard TD from Henne and a long, arc of a pass that must have turned into a 35-40-yard score against Sean Smith.

Henne said after the scrimmage he and Marshall had a good talk about finally trying to get on the same page before the scrimmage began.

"I think today is really the first day we've connected well," Henne said. "We haven't been doing that in previous practices."

The interception? Karlos Dansby stepped in front of a pass at the 6 yard line when Henne was trying to get the ball to Davone Bess at the goal line and returned it for what would have been a 94-yard interception return TD.

Other highlights:

Mike Pouncey did a nice job with the line calls, according to coach Tony Sparano. The coach said Miami's first-round pick made line calls today that he was missing two days ago.

Safety Reshad Jones, whom I've been telling you will get a legitimate opportunity to compete for the starting free safety job, got first-team reps in the nickel package. He didn't get beat that I could tell.

Reggie Bush showed out a bit. Working from the backfield and from the slot receiver spot, he had moments. He is obviously most dangerous when slotted out vs. a linebacker which is exactly the situation he found himself versus Karlos Dansby. Henne connected on what would have ben a 30-plus-yard play for what was really a 7-yard pass. Bush simply ran away from Dansby on the slant.

Jason Taylor looked explosive. It's not a good matchup for offenses to have the right tackle against Taylor. He had good moments versus all of Miami's right tackles and sniffed out a screen to WR Brian Hartline, which turned into a 3 or 4 yard loss. Coach Tony Sparano low-fived Taylor for that one.

Lex Hilliard ran hard. Yes, he was working against the threes and only rarely against twos, but he hits the hole with confidence. Like it.

Rookie Daniel Thomas also is a load but he didn't have a signature play that made anyone take notice. Just solid today.

Davone Bess continues to be Henne's security blanket. Whenever the QB is in trouble, he looks for Bess. Today he found him about three or four times.

Anthony Fasano didn't have a catch. Brian Hartline didn't have a catch.

SS Yeremiah Bell did nice work on the blitz. Had a sack.

Cameron Wake had a sack.

Marshall was covered man-to-man the entire scrimmage, which is something that will not happen in games. The Dolphins are moving him around to get him alone with CBs but we'll see to what degree that frees him during the regular season.

Marshall refused to speak to the media after the scrimmage.

Vontae Davis actually got the better of Marshall in their man matchups, breaking up two passes in the end zone. Marshall had his TDs versus Sean Smith.

The Dolphins are off on Monday. So am I, but I'll be on Armando and the Amigo on 640-AM in South Florida and streaming live on the web from 6-10 a.m.

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 6 years ago '04        #47
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Sup guys :greetings10:

Hearing some GREAT things about our defense. I have my first FF draft today and might take a chance on DT if he's available late. Can't wait for Friday's game... Football's back!
 08-08-2011, 02:13 AM         #48
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Brian Daboll, the Miami Dolphins' first-year offensive coordinator, would have faced a difficult enough job if he'd had the advantage of a normal NFL offseason. But given that organized team activities, mini-camps, workouts and offseason team meetings were casualties of the NFL lockout, Daboll's task of rejuvenating the Dolphins' offense has been made all the more difficult.

It makes sense, then, that Daboll hasn't exactly taken things slowly at the start of training camp. Miami's offense in 2010 was among the worst in franchise history but, if you believe the players, things will look far different in 2011. The Dolphins have spent the first part of training camp speeding through its offensive installation process and figuring out exactly where the team can best excel offensively.


Coach Tony Sparano said recently that he and his coaching staff must "figure out right away some of the things that you really want to get good at." That's because, of course, the team won't come close to installing its complete offensive playbook in time for the season-opener against New England on Sept. 12.

"I mean, our playbook is about that big," Sparano said, holding his hands about a foot apart. "And there's no way we're getting anywhere close to that kind of install where if you had all the OTA's and the offseason - I mean this would be the third time around the horn for most of these guys …"

Players have described the new offensive as anything from "explosive," which is how receiver Davone Bess(notes) termed it, to a spread-style "west coast offense," which is how newly acquired running back Reggie Bush(notes) described it.

Throughout the first week of camp, the offense appeared sluggish - no surprise given the expected learning curve and the difficulties presented by the Dolphins' defense, which has the potential to be among the best in the league.

But on Sunday, during the team's first official scrimmage, the offense came alive. Quarterback Chad Henne(notes) threw three touchdown passes to Brandon Marshall(notes), who'd been having a quiet camp to that point, and Bush showed a few flashes of what might be to come this season when he picked up some nice gains on pass receptions out of the backfield and from the slot.

During the scrimmage, the Dolphins' offense didn't much resemble one from 2010. For one thing, there were plenty of downfield passes - a lot of them. For another, the team mixed and matched its personal in a variety of packages. Sparano has said more than once this preseason he wanted the offense to feature more versatility and more interchangeable parts.

"I think I would say that we want to be a lot more in three wide-receiver sets," receiver Brian Hartline(notes) said. "Running out of it and passing out of it."

Miami's personnel, especially at the skill positions, seems set going forward. The Dolphins released quarterback Tom Brandstater(notes) and signed Kevin O'Connell(notes), a former third-round draft pick of New England who's likely to be the No. 3 quarterback on the roster.

The Dolphins also in the past week added a pair of veteran offensive lineman - tackles Marc Colombo(notes) and Ray Willis(notes). Both are expected to add depth to an offensive line that's still coming together.

Overall, though, less than two weeks into the preseason Daboll has to be happy with how the offense has progressed. Henne might have described it best: "We're definitely on attack mode," he said.

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They barely scratching the surface and still gonna have the defenses guessing it seems :agreement6:
 6 years ago '04        #49
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re-up:

theres still like 10 of you that haven't voted. where's all the true bloods at? I'd like to come back to BX actively again but the fan base is limited to like 4 of us now

and we got people voting for Miami who never even post on here
 6 years ago '05        #50
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I like what the dolphins are doing with the offense.

Creating mismatches is key with the offense.

Marshall in motion + Reggie is a huge mismatch.

Wallace gets confused with B Marsh in practice because he is 6'4 225 also, he is another matchup problem.

Offense should be fun to watch this year.

Fridays preseason game will probably be very vanilla according to Sparano with the young players playing most of the game.
 6 years ago '07        #51
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my lb now a dolphin and I never was a cowboy fan..so im goin wit them til lil bro get into NFL

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 6 years ago '04        #52
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depth chart updated. Henne looks good tonight while Moore struggles. I still think Henne is the better QB if he can just control his under pressure throws. touch passing has to be improved in order for this team to compete down the stretch
 6 years ago '04        #53
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starting the season at 5-1 is a very realistic possibility
 6 years ago '04        #54
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Miami Dolphins offense out to make defenses adjust


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On his second play during Saturday’s preseason game, Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne stepped up to the line of scrimmage and saw a Tampa Bay Buccaneers team prepared to defend the running play originally called in the huddle just a few seconds before.

The Bucs’ defense had only one safety deep, called “post safety” coverage, and Henne knew the offense would be better suited to exploit that part of the field.

“So I audible to a post-safety [passing] play, right?” Henne explained privately afterward. “Then, the defense audibled into two-deep [coverage]. So now I’m back into the same situation. But you try to pick a play that can beat any coverage.”

You might not understand exactly what Henne means by all of this, and that’s OK. It isn’t what is important here. Instead, this is:

First, Henne’s audible worked. Even after the Bucs tried to adjust, he picked a play that meant he could hit tight end Anthony Fasano across the middle for a 22-yard gain, allowing offensive coordinator Brian Daboll some freedom to call for the deep ball to wide receiver Brandon Marshall on the next play.

More importantly, particularly from a long-term perspective, Miami’s quarterback is experiencing a new level of freedom in Daboll’s offense that has been refreshing and enlightening to a player who was as frustrated as anyone last season.

The ability to audible at the line of scrimmage? To call any play he deems worthy of the looks being given by the defense? This is a quarterback’s dream. And Henne, who seems to no longer be wearing any handcuffs at all, is now living it.

“Oh, it’s great,” Henne said. “It’s full reign.”

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@JeffDarlington Jeff Darlington

Although I'm told C Shaun O'Hara is ready and willing to sign with Miami immediately, the team does not have imminent plans to add him.
Miami still pondering the signing of veteran and former pro bowl center Shaun O'Hara. O'Hara is 34 and coming off two surgeries on his feet. The Dolphins would be silly to guarantee his contract for the entire season, even if they need a mentor for rookie C Mike Pouncey.
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Released:
FB Lousaka Polite
QB Kevin O'Connel
RB Lary Johnson
NT Ronald Fields
CB Will Allen
TE Dedrick Epps
S Gerald Alexander
QB Pat Devlin
WR John Matthews
OT Tyler Donahue
LB Mike Rivera
WR Philip Livas
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Lets go dolphins!!!! Lets beat down the patsies!!!!
 6 years ago '11        #58
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Damn I hate being a Fins fan.
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that's my team though man....
 09-25-2011, 06:17 PM         #60
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