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There are 115 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Oct 7, 2007, titled Kicker's career day leads Texans to 22-19 victory over winless .... In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Kris Brown's career day was enough for the Houston Texans to slip past the hapless Miami Dolphins.

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Soothsayer

Goleta, CA

#106 Oct 7, 2007
Kevin M wrote:
1) Trent has played his last down for the Dolphins and the NFL.
2) Lemon handled himself well considering the timing.
3) The O line continues to improve.
4) Guess we missed Zach more than we knew.
5) Jason Allen and Travis Daniels. Put those South Florida homes up for sale now.
6) Olindo who?
7) 1st round = O or D tackle. 2nd = CB, 3rd = safety, 4th = receiver.
8) Ginn gets involved and shows baby steps.
9) Ronnie looking like he's having fun.
10) Cam, why save the third t.o.? Freeze the damn kicker.
Calling the timeout could very well screw you as a coach too. If the first kick was no good and he did call a timeout right at the snap..ala, Denver and Oaklan, he'd be second guessed for that as well.

Lets credit the guy: 3 kicks 54 yards or longer in one game. Hey, the kicker beat us this game.

Our team still showed lots of room to improve, but for Christsakes, how many injuries can one team have at safety?

Is Tuff Harris still out there? He never should have been cut in the first place imho.
Truth

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#107 Oct 7, 2007
Thank God Trent is okay. If you are reading this Trent, as a personal fan of yours, I can honestly say that I would love to see you out on the field again and I would to see you strive as you start to fully gel with your new team.

If you can't take the field worry free though, you will only get hurt again. I don't believe your block was a cheap shot just, you were worried about getting hurt again and that's when you got hurt. You either need to take the field worry free or not take it at all.

As for the idiot Cam doubters, here is an interesting stat: Miami's most reliable player is 11-for-11 this season, including four against the Texans on Sunday, but Feely hasn't made one beyond 52 yards the past six seasons.

As for the Lemons supporters, if you actually saw the game and the game he played in last year, Lemons is a 50% QB. He had 1 INT today and it should have been 3. There are very good reasons why he was never even drafted and on his way to the Arena league before satan traded for him.

It's time to get Beck in while Trent figures out what he is going to do. Again, Thank God he is Okay.

In conclusion, hopefully shitzinga was on the phone with prospective purchasers today. Wayne... You are the reason this team has stunk every year and you must be real tired of being a loser.It's time to sell the team and the stadium formerly known as Joe Robbie.

God Bles Trent Green and all those who prayed for him today.

I'm sure money is not an issue in your life and I'm sure you will do well after your career in the NFL is over.
Cameron picked wrong

Old Bridge, NJ

#108 Oct 7, 2007
Not the wrong team, mind you, just the wrong fans.
He made the right play by punting, and calling the timeout would have been exactly as statisticly effective as letting it go.
A kicker had a career day today, as another poster said, when your team is o-for that's one of the things that happen to them.
Everyone is so impatient they want someone fired, well geniuses, coaching turnover is what got us here in the first place. Just shut up and watch Ronnie Brown show the rest of the league how to play the RB position.

Since: Sep 07

Jackson, GA

#109 Oct 7, 2007
This is the best thing that could have happened for the immediate, short, and long term of this football team. Season has been lost. Time to move some pieces around and see sparks.
Cameron picked wrong

Old Bridge, NJ

#110 Oct 7, 2007
Dennis wrote:
I know this may sound dumb, but if we are willing to give Beck a chance to gain experience, shouldn't we also be willing to give Cam Cameron the same chance? After all, he is a brand new coach. Okay, he's inexperienced at managing the clock, icing the kicker, etc. But he's learning too. Perhaps he won't make these mistakes later on in his career. Isn't there a learning curve for coaches, too? I say give him, and the team, a couple more years, and we'll be contenders.
Nice to see some folks here who aren't so stupid7
Cameron picked wrong

Old Bridge, NJ

#111 Oct 7, 2007
Doug wrote:
I must say that was a gutsy way to go for Green, taking on a monster DT. Johnson had never been upended like that before. What do you think Wayne could actually get for the franchise?
Well the DT thinks it was a cheapshot. But let me say something about that dumbass, standing over an unconcious father of three on national television taunting his lifeless form is not gonna win you any popularity contests.
Cameron picked wrong

Old Bridge, NJ

#112 Oct 7, 2007
Mr Schrute wrote:
I have seen no signs from Cameron that is capable of being a head coach in the NFL.
Yet another bad hire by H. Wayne and his piss poor management staff. They need to hire a football guy to run this team.
Well dwigt, it's a good thing you're only the assistant TO the regional manager, cuz otherwise your opinion may actually matter.
Cameron picked wrong

Old Bridge, NJ

#113 Oct 7, 2007
Schmid wrote:
Why was Saban allowed to start 1-6, but Cam starts 0-5 and everyone is ready ro fire him? Am I the only one that finds that odd??
Why is the sky blue? Don't ask dolphin fans, all they know is its falling. Fast.
Cameron picked wrong

Old Bridge, NJ

#114 Oct 7, 2007
Mac-O wrote:
Hey Cam! When do we stop failing and start failing forward? Apologize to the fans for your incompetence!
I bet that nerdy little guy with glasses could really kick your as5.

I'd pay-per-view for that !

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!
Cameron picked wrong

Old Bridge, NJ

#115 Oct 7, 2007
Paul wrote:
The secondary on this team is a joke.... Cam Worrell, Michael Lehan, are you FING kidding me??!! This team continues to find ways to lose. Pin them deep and play for overtime when you are 0-4 and going nowhere??!! Are you FING kidding me??!! Putting the defense on the field and asking for a stop the way they have played this year and in the last few years with the game on the line??!! Are you FING kidding me??!! And did anybody watch Cleo running away with guys still 3 to 4 yards away??!! Throwing off his back foot, falling away, and throwing way too quick, no patience in the pocket... And last, but certainly not least, settling for our usual Field Goal after yet another drive that results in no FING Touchdowns... Pathetic display... Got to love those 3 points with our defense... How about scoring some FING TD's someday!!!!
Lehan never played safety in his life til today, Worrell? Special Teams player.

I love how it's cams fault that were down to our numbers 4-5-6 at safety.
Cameron picked wrong

Old Bridge, NJ

#116 Oct 7, 2007
Tyler Durden wrote:
Great... With Trent Green on the bench, he is going to lose the title of League leader in Interceptions, which, sadly, is the only thing the Dolphins lead the league in.
Hey dumbass, you should check out this guy intitials RB, he leads the league for yards from scrimmage.

Guy is motionless on the field for a long time and the best heartfelt comment you can come up with is this.

You've lost site of what matters in life.
Cameron picked wrong

Old Bridge, NJ

#117 Oct 7, 2007
Barbie Fan wrote:
This is the best thing that could have happened for the immediate, short, and long term of this football team. Season has been lost. Time to move some pieces around and see sparks.
I won't go so far as to say it's the "best thing...", but did anyone with half a brain think we were gonna do anything this year anyway?

All we can hope is that our Defense finds an identity and our Offense develops enough to carry us.

They may not have been championship years, but I'll take an Offensive 9-7 team vs. a defensive 9-7 anyday. One of them is easier to watch.

“Run the football”

Since: Sep 07

Tampa

#118 Oct 7, 2007
Another game where the dolphins had fewer RUSH ATT. than their opp. and another loss. The yds. per carry are irrelevant. Ronnie Brown has plenty of yds. per carry. LOOK AT THIS FACT-- 80 % of teams that have more rush att. than their opponents, win. The dolphins get good yds. per, but never have more RUSH ATT. Their game plan should be, for once, only to get more rush ATT. than their opp., and concentrate on nothing else. MORE ATTEMPTS!!!!!!!!!!
Cameron picked wrong

Old Bridge, NJ

#119 Oct 7, 2007
Truth wrote:
Thank God Trent is okay. If you are reading this Trent, as a personal fan of yours, I can honestly say that I would love to see you out on the field again and I would to see you strive as you start to fully gel with your new team.
If you can't take the field worry free though, you will only get hurt again. I don't believe your block was a cheap shot just, you were worried about getting hurt again and that's when you got hurt. You either need to take the field worry free or not take it at all.
As for the idiot Cam doubters, here is an interesting stat: Miami's most reliable player is 11-for-11 this season, including four against the Texans on Sunday, but Feely hasn't made one beyond 52 yards the past six seasons.
As for the Lemons supporters, if you actually saw the game and the game he played in last year, Lemons is a 50% QB. He had 1 INT today and it should have been 3. There are very good reasons why he was never even drafted and on his way to the Arena league before satan traded for him.
It's time to get Beck in while Trent figures out what he is going to do. Again, Thank God he is Okay.
In conclusion, hopefully shitzinga was on the phone with prospective purchasers today. Wayne... You are the reason this team has stunk every year and you must be real tired of being a loser.It's time to sell the team and the stadium formerly known as Joe Robbie.
God Bles Trent Green and all those who prayed for him today.
I'm sure money is not an issue in your life and I'm sure you will do well after your career in the NFL is over.
Classy post. I feel the same way. The moment I saw him laying motionless, my thoughts went to his wife and kids (being a dad myself). I instantly thought, it's not worth it Trent. Retire tommorow, the people you love have to be more important to you than the game of football.
Victor

Pasadena, TX

#120 Oct 7, 2007
Cameron picked wrong wrote:
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Classy post. I feel the same way. The moment I saw him laying motionless, my thoughts went to his wife and kids (being a dad myself). I instantly thought, it's not worth it Trent. Retire tommorow, the people you love have to be more important to you than the game of football.
You might be right... but it was still a shot that could have ruined Travis Johnson's career. I don't care how good a citizen you are or how many kids you have, you don't blind side a guy in the knees. Johnson was wrong for the taunting but Trent Green isn't so innocent this time. If he had hit him a little higher he might not have gotten the concussion.

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