Vonnie Holliday out a week

Full story: South Florida Sun-Sentinel

The Dolphins' already struggling defense will be without starting defensive tackle Vonnie Holliday for at least a week because of a fractured right ankle he suffered during Sunday's 35-17 loss to the Raiders.

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Oviedo FinFan

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#1
Oct 2, 2007
 
It is about time a fan showed some spirit. Maybe if Cam ahdn't gotten rid of all the players that had a nasty streak we would have won at least one game by now.
Steve B

Ocala, FL

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#2
Oct 2, 2007
 
Play Beck and let him grow. It took Elway about 2 seasons to play well. The season is over . Groom the young guys for the future.
Cameronsux

Hollywood, FL

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#3
Oct 2, 2007
 
Play Beck Play Beck...save our season. You have proved your buddie 1/4 back throws more INT's than TD's...
Palm Beach

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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#4
Oct 2, 2007
 
Cam won't get rid of Trent because it will make him look that much more like a loser for wasting all that time and money to get him here. Put Beck in there and let him grow. Our season is over anyway. Our Dolphins really su** this year.
D KLUMP 305

Gastonia, NC

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#5
Oct 2, 2007
 
DOLPHIN-NATION REPORT/ I TOLD YOU: you let all the talent go f.a. (in our division) and then you replace them with a bunch of sloppy seconds b teamers.and then the worst team in the nfl beats you
ann marie

AOL

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#6
Oct 2, 2007
 
ITS LEMON TIME NOW!!!!!!!!!!
mjfin

Los Angeles, CA

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#7
Oct 2, 2007
 
Why the hell can't the stupid grounds keepers patch the damn dirt for the games? Why do the Dolphins take a back seat to a baseball team? This goes on year after year. Duh, try this: put a patch of dirt on a tarp and tow it onto the field for baseball. For the football games, tow it off (so the field is flat) and tow a tarp with an anchored grass patch onto the field. Anchor both tarps down with nylon screws. Big damn deal.
jahndoh

United States

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#8
Oct 2, 2007
 
mjfin wrote:
Why the hell can't the stupid grounds keepers patch the damn dirt for the games? Why do the Dolphins take a back seat to a baseball team? This goes on year after year. Duh, try this: put a patch of dirt on a tarp and tow it onto the field for baseball. For the football games, tow it off (so the field is flat) and tow a tarp with an anchored grass patch onto the field. Anchor both tarps down with nylon screws. Big damn deal.
Rotflmao..."a tarp with an "anchored grass patch"

What exactly would the "grass patch" be "anchored" too? The tarp?

I echo your frustration, but a tarp with some dirt and a tarp with some grass will not solve any problems the infield is creating for the fins.

I think this. What's worth more? The Fins contract or the Marlins contract?

Terminate the the contract that's less profitable.
Melbourne Bob

Clermont, FL

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#9
Oct 3, 2007
 
Green's been bad but that's not the problem. We can't stop the run....pure and simple. Until they find the answer there which probably will not be this year, we are going to be lucky to win 2 or 3 games.

I believe the trade for Green had a condition to it that it's a #4 if Green take 75% of the snaps,#5 if he is short of that. If that's the case, I play him until you get close to that mark and then switch to Beck. If we are like 1-9, sit Green and groom Beck. There is no pressure on him to perform so he can learn in a low stress environment. The O-line has been quite improved so no worry about him getting crushed.
jahndoh

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#10
Oct 3, 2007
 
Melbourne Bob wrote:
Green's been bad but that's not the problem. We can't stop the run....pure and simple. Until they find the answer there which probably will not be this year, we are going to be lucky to win 2 or 3 games.
I believe the trade for Green had a condition to it that it's a #4 if Green take 75% of the snaps,#5 if he is short of that. If that's the case, I play him until you get close to that mark and then switch to Beck. If we are like 1-9, sit Green and groom Beck. There is no pressure on him to perform so he can learn in a low stress environment. The O-line has been quite improved so no worry about him getting crushed.
I agree. Nice post. Green has been pretty bad though. I'd love to see a QB who can throw the ball deep.
Anti Fins Fan

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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#11
Oct 3, 2007
 
Typical Dolphins Fans , always talking about how bad the other teams fans are, meanwhile "Dolfans" are throwing bear bottles at a bus driver, a guy making $12/Hr maybe a family and kids nothing to do with the game.

Shame on you who did it and those who stood by and watched.
jahndoh

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#12
Oct 3, 2007
 
Anti Fins Fan wrote:
Typical Dolphins Fans , always talking about how bad the other teams fans are, meanwhile "Dolfans" are throwing bear bottles at a bus driver, a guy making $12/Hr maybe a family and kids nothing to do with the game.
Shame on you who did it and those who stood by and watched.
This wasn't even in response to any particular post. You just leveled the accusation, but offered no proof?

The only fans I see getting bashed on these boards are fin fans like myself being bashed by Jet fans, and some Jet fans being bashed in retaliation.

It is the Jet fans presence here that should clue you to who is the aggressor. Why would they be here if not to bash?

Regarding the Beer bottle incident, it's happened at every single stadium in the League at one time or another. Every one of them.

Funny thing, regardless of the team, when you get 50k people together and mix in some alcohol, you occasionally get people throwing the receptacles those beers came in.

You comparing all dolphin fans to the idiot who perpetrated this act of drunken ignorance is everybit as offensive as the act he perpetrated.

BTW, the target was a bus, not a bus driver.

One of those two things weighs in at 6000 pounds, and the Drs. say he's gonna survive.
FRT

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#13
Oct 3, 2007
 
Trade away top defensive player now who are aging for top picks and build for the future.

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