Mandich's take: 'A tough one'

Mandich's take: 'A tough one'

There are 15 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Oct 12, 2008, titled Mandich's take: 'A tough one'. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

It's a tough, painful loss, a game where you're standing outside the locker room and I can give you 20 reasons why we shouldn't have won the game.

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marino13

Normal, IL

#1 Oct 12, 2008
it's all on how they come back from this. If they win three in row, Sparano is legit. But if Cameron puts 30 points on this D next week, then all is lost....again.
john

AOL

#2 Oct 12, 2008
Last year we never would have scored 28 points. Look at some of the other teams that lost this week. There are still more positives than negatives this year.

As long as we don't have any teams like Arizona blowing us out, this team is doing great. Have patience and watch the fins beat more quality teams this season.
schmidty

Belleview, FL

#3 Oct 12, 2008
Where was the "middle line backer" on the final play, draw up the middle??
Kerap

AOL

#4 Oct 12, 2008
He was running a new defense called the wildchoke...LMAO!
Jay Mandich

Hollywood, FL

#5 Oct 12, 2008
Sun-Sentinel. In these tough economic times, why not "man up" and tell all the people who read this column as to just why I no longer write it. I remember like it was yesterday, when the Sun Sentinel gave ME..JAY MANDICH sole credit for writing Dolphin fluff pieces.

Today, I still wait for an answer...Please, I Jay Mandich, originally given credit by this major market newspaper would like an answer.
Fish Stix

AOL

#7 Oct 12, 2008
Well, if you wrote like these clowns do, I can see why you dont have a job with them. This forum is priceless when you want to read crap.

Almost as priceless as watching Porter and Pennington standing on the sidelines today looking dejected with 3 seconds left on the clock.
Jimbo

Wilmington, NC

#8 Oct 12, 2008
Jay Mandich wrote:
Sun-Sentinel. In these tough economic times, why not "man up" and tell all the people who read this column as to just why I no longer write it. I remember like it was yesterday, when the Sun Sentinel gave ME..JAY MANDICH sole credit for writing Dolphin fluff pieces.
Today, I still wait for an answer...Please, I Jay Mandich, originally given credit by this major market newspaper would like an answer.
Jay: Have a nice cup of shut the f*&% up.
fins reality check

Atlanta, GA

#9 Oct 12, 2008
priceless is seeing how many bloggers, etc. lack skill or knowledge of most things here and in life...
Moldy

Gainesville, FL

#10 Oct 13, 2008
As a Canes - Dolphins fan. I have seen the Canes just get totally torched by designed quarterback runs. I could see that play before it happened. When they lined up I KNEW they were gonna run a QB draw. The only question is why didn't our defense and Paul Pasqualoni. We got torched for 380 yards passing, 178 by Andre Johnson. And the thing is we were getting fairly good pressure on their QB. We had 2 INT's early but dropped a couple more important one's late. Oh well I'm sure BP & JI will get us some DB help in the 09 draft.
Eger

San Antonio, TX

#11 Oct 13, 2008
What is the point of these little Mandich blurbs?
Jay

United States

#12 Oct 13, 2008
mandich is a drunk who has trouble pronouncing the simplest names, words, etc. he is a buffoon.
They ate the Cheese

Boca Raton, FL

#13 Oct 13, 2008
On 3rd down seconds to go, the middle of the field was wide-open, Schaub could have run it in easily on 3rd down but passed incomplete. Even my wife who knows nothing about football pointed that out and said watch, this time they're going to do a quarter back sneak right up the middle. If my wife of all people could see that coming (and probably everyone else who wathced), why didn't the Dolphins Coaches? Shouldn't the Defensive Coordinator be upstairs in the box to spot such things? As far as Porter's forced fumble on the final drive, the QB's arm appeared to have been "in-motion", BUT, it was certainly close enough to review it. Why was it not reveiwed by the Refs with under 2:00 remaining? Why didn't Sparano challenge it to force a reveiw. It would have been a better challenge than the Fasano ball spot which was "spot-on" by the refs in my opinion.
Raiderette Mysteria

Houston, TX

#14 Oct 13, 2008
agree, the dolphins lost to the pathetic texans was fun to watch.

dolphins blow.
socalfinfan

Long Beach, CA

#15 Oct 13, 2008
Raiderette Mysteria wrote:
agree, the dolphins lost to the pathetic texans was fun to watch.
dolphins blow.
How about DEM there SAINTS 34 faders 3.
talking about blowing!
Raiderette Mysteria

Houston, TX

#16 Oct 13, 2008
true, the raiders are the joke of the nfl...just like the dolphins remain to be.

dolphins suck.

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