Late rally not enough for the Dolphin...

Late rally not enough for the Dolphins, fall 20-17 to the Jets

There are 134 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Oct 15, 2006, titled Late rally not enough for the Dolphins, fall 20-17 to the Jets. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

The New York Jets turned on the offense and woke up the crowd with a second-half scoring burst.

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Canes2184

Miami, FL

#1 Oct 15, 2006
Saban sucks!
my-t-fyn

Midland, NC

#2 Oct 15, 2006
Who said this team is going to be in the super-bowl ??? What was he smoking???
fifi

Miami, FL

#3 Oct 15, 2006
Olindo "Makes All the Kicks that Don't" Mare
George W Bush

Tucson, AZ

#4 Oct 15, 2006
I am a liar.
maddawg

Pompano Beach, FL

#5 Oct 15, 2006
Well Nicky loses again! Only good thing about the game was Harrington showed who the starting quarterback should be! I think Culpepper will be another Don Strock carrying the clipboard!
Wayne you need to get a REAL NFL COACH, and send Saban back to the NCAA where he was effective!! I think the University of Georgia is recruiting a new coach about now!
Eric

Satellite Beach, FL

#6 Oct 15, 2006
I've come to the conclusion that as much as I want to blame these losses on the players, it's finally obvious that the coaches are at fault to this point in the season. Not once has this team showed up ready to play from the START of the game. When is the last time this team played with a lead. Here are a couple examples: 1. This team can not convert on any 3rd or 4th and short. 2. It took until the 2nd half for these coaches to realize the Jets could NOT stop R. Brown. 3. They left a time out unused. Why would you end a game with an unused time out??? Let's start thinking about a 1-15 or 2-14 season and prepare for the draft next April. Nick Saban needs to realize this isn't the SEC, it's the NFL, which in the magical words of Jerry Glanville stands for "No For Long" when you coach like this.
lll

Deerfield Beach, FL

#7 Oct 15, 2006
you gotta love this, the dolphins suck!!!!!
Max

Boca Raton, FL

#8 Oct 15, 2006
An offense that can only be effective when the game is already lost is representative of an incompetent coaching staff. Of course, that includes the decision of who is on the field.

Chris Chambers is a receiver of considerable talent who simply doesn't have consistency because he can't keep his mind in the game.

Ronnie Brown is a franchise selected, and paid, running back who has never been taught - or chooses to ignore - how to use his body on closely contested "4th and one" situations.

The Dolphins were simply outcoached today. And will be for the rest of this season unless some serious changes are made.
No Faith

United States

#10 Oct 15, 2006
It is the same story every weekend. Time for Wayne to take control and give Saban the boot. He does not hold the future of a winning team.
BringbackMarino

Newark, NJ

#11 Oct 15, 2006
The Negative:
No discipline, no big plays, not one bomb all game, the defense can't come up with a turnover!!!!- Can't even remember the last time Mare made a big kick.
The positive:
Harrington & Hagan are keepers. Don't bring back Culpepper.
Prediction: The Dolphins will get hot late in the season only to fall short of the playoffs again. Still a much better team on paper than what we are seeing out there.
Dolhin jimmy

Orange Park, FL

#12 Oct 15, 2006
Well here's to being the worser team in football thankyou Nick you retarded peice of crap for truly ruining this team truly better than Belichick could have in a very short period of time. You are the worse coach in the history of this franchise you do not understand the intracies of the game at all. You don't make adjustments and teams know what you are going to run on both sides of the ball. Thank you Saban for truly reminding me that you are all spoiled rich little boys who don't give a damn about the outcome why are we the fans and the ones who live in the real world care always affected by the moves of you idiots I say enough Nick do us all a favor and fire yourself you incompetanr blithering idiot.
Dolphin jimmy

Orange Park, FL

#13 Oct 15, 2006
Well here's to being the worser team in football thankyou Nick you retarded peice of crap for truly ruining this team truly better than Belichick could have in a very short period of time. You are the worse coach in the history of this franchise you do not understand the intracies of the game at all. You don't make adjustments and teams know what you are going to run on both sides of the ball. Thank you Saban for truly reminding me that you are all spoiled rich little boys who don't give a damn about the outcome why are we the fans and the ones who live in the real world care always affected by the moves of you idiots I say enough Nick do us all a favor and fire yourself you incompetanr blithering idiot.
fedup fin

Soddy Daisy, TN

#14 Oct 15, 2006
Tennesee won!! We'll have the top pick yet.Go Raiders. I wonder if there are any more db's from TN coming out this year? Maybe the Dolphins need some more asst. coaches, or upgraded facilities,maybe we should switch to the 3-4 defense.
Cut'em all and start over.
Chris Chambers

Tucson, AZ

#15 Oct 15, 2006
I really suck as a receiver. I am really freaking afraid of getting hit. Time for me to pack it up and apply for a job as a security guard over at the Hard Rock.
Ed Van Tassel

Clementon, NJ

#16 Oct 15, 2006
Eric wrote:
I've come to the conclusion that as much as I want to blame these losses on the players, it's finally obvious that the coaches are at fault to this point in the season. Not once has this team showed up ready to play from the START of the game. When is the last time this team played with a lead. Here are a couple examples: 1. This team can not convert on any 3rd or 4th and short. 2. It took until the 2nd half for these coaches to realize the Jets could NOT stop R. Brown. 3. They left a time out unused. Why would you end a game with an unused time out??? Let's start thinking about a 1-15 or 2-14 season and prepare for the draft next April. Nick Saban needs to realize this isn't the SEC, it's the NFL, which in the magical words of Jerry Glanville stands for "No For Long" when you coach like this.
I agree with everything you said. ALL the BONE HEAD mistakes that this team has been making from false start, Personal Fouls, Mental Mistakes come from the coaches in practice through the Week, which I doubt are getting instilled. The endless loser DB's this team finds to plug in are rediculus. These guys never play the ball just look stupid in coverages. Shula coached teams did not make the stupid mental mistakes this team makes, because his teams were coached to avoid such mistakes and stay focused. Saban needs to get on a Greyhound BUS with his Loser Draft pick Jason Allen. If Allen is not ready for this Team..What good is he? Take Culpepper with you SABAN!
joe blow

New Caney, TX

#17 Oct 15, 2006
I think the coaches are doing a okay job! Only coach on the staff that suck big time is the OC. You cant blame the coaches on the drop TD pass by Hagan or by Mcmicheal. Only problem with this team is OC and olinde mare hes on decline. Him and eddie jackson are the reason we lost this game
DAVE

Brooklyn, NY

#18 Oct 15, 2006
Nick Saban is a good head coach guys...

Signed
Bills fan
Jets fan
Patriots fan
joe blow

New Caney, TX

#19 Oct 15, 2006
No Faith wrote:
It is the same story every weekend. Time for Wayne to take control and give Saban the boot. He does not hold the future of a winning team.
One and Half years and you ready to fire nick saban then we gonna be in another couple of years
anonymous

Philipsburg, Sint Maarten (Dutch part)

#21 Oct 15, 2006
I agree that this coaching staff is doing a terrible job right now. but you have to give saban a learning curve. He is just starting out as an nfl coach. He wasnt even an assitant recently,he was coaching college. It will take time and like it or not people have to be patient. Eventually he will turn out to be a good coach at this level, but he has to learn and make mistakes first. Just hope that after the learning period you dont get your wish and then he's gone and winning championships for another team. Wait a few more years and then if you don't see results, you can panic and call for his firing.
joe blow

New Caney, TX

#22 Oct 15, 2006
New England didnt become good until drew bledsoe got hurt and tom bardy came in. Before that tthey were 5-11 4-12-5-11

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