Dolphins Q&A with Alex Marvez

Dolphins Q&A with Alex Marvez

There are 27 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Nov 14, 2006, titled Dolphins Q&A with Alex Marvez. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Q: I like your Q&A column, and had a question regarding your most recent one. You mentioned the Dolphins having a complicated gameplan both this season and last.

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mario brown

Lynn Haven, FL

#1 Nov 14, 2006
what is fred gibson's situation. will he be activated anytime this season. It seems that he could be a nice big target for joey harrington. thanks
matt

San Jose, CA

#2 Nov 14, 2006
Obviously,trading for Dante Culpepper was a mistake ( not that the Dolphins had much of a, choice ), and it's clearly cost the Dolphins a chance at the playoffs this year, that's what happens when waste a pick on a question mark, but do you feel the Dolphins should put more emphasis on a quarterback in next year's draft or an offensive lineman ( another disaster area for the Dolphins )? Based on the way they are playing this year the Dolphins will be in a pretty good position in the draft to draft someone like Brady Quinn.
10 and 6

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#3 Nov 14, 2006
i watched a complete cohisive unit this week just the way i like a game to be a defensive battle. every one was on point and doing their jobs like a well oiled machine. great blocking great passing great running great recieveing great d-line great linebaking and great on DB work special teams stayed in their lanes and made tackles. out standing performance Dolphins.

visualize 10 and 6 -- 1 week of practice, 1 game, 1 half, 1 quarter, 1 series, 1 play at a time. this formula = 1 win at a time. Very attainable
can you see that. the viking ship sinking. 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6

Percyball Pigott

San Josť, Costa Rica

#4 Nov 14, 2006
Well I am just glad the Dolphins won the game against the Chiefs, eventhough it messed up my picks for the Pickskin Challenge on LinesMaker.com

I just loved the way Channing Crowder inserted his head into Larry Johnson torax just when he thought he was going to score. OUCH!

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Gary B

Hollywood, FL

#5 Nov 14, 2006
Zach will be back! but it's time to draft a new kicker,LB,OL,RB if ricky dosen't come back or traded to get more draft picks. The big bust trading Patrick Surtain for Matt ? who ever
marinofan13

United States

#6 Nov 14, 2006
10 and 6 wrote:
i watched a complete cohisive unit this week just the way i like a game to be a defensive battle. every one was on point and doing their jobs like a well oiled machine. great blocking great passing great running great recieveing great d-line great linebaking and great on DB work special teams stayed in their lanes and made tackles. out standing performance Dolphins.
visualize 10 and 6 -- 1 week of practice, 1 game, 1 half, 1 quarter, 1 series, 1 play at a time. this formula = 1 win at a time. Very attainable
can you see that. the viking ship sinking. 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6 10 and 6
You've been stating 10 and 6 for quite some time now. You are brilliant if it actually happens. I share your optimism. But if we lose again, are you going to change your name? Go "10 and 6"! Go Phins!
Weston

Reno, NV

#7 Nov 14, 2006
DC has not been healthy, he will pay dividends when he is healthy.
Brett Favre

United States

#9 Nov 14, 2006
Dan Marino wrote:
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I have worse knees than he does and could still play for this team, i will come out of retirement to help him (DC) get his head out of his arse if he wants..
You're going to need to come out of retirement after I break most of your passing records....
jeffery tolen

Cockeysville, MD

#10 Nov 14, 2006
I think that k.j.harris would be a better relife back than sammy or travis, even thou the are both go special team players.
John

United States

#11 Nov 14, 2006
Is there a pssibility that the Dolphins could trade Jason taylor and Zach Thomas away for 1 round draft picks? i mean it is best to trade them now because thay're getting old.
Phin Man

Ooltewah, TN

#12 Nov 14, 2006
Dolphins in 07'
Craig

United States

#13 Nov 14, 2006
If Joey finishes out the season strong, what are the chances of him being the starter next year?
Craig

United States

#14 Nov 14, 2006
This team will not see 10-6. Im sorry to all the Phin fans out there. But lets get in touch with reality. two games does not a season make. Lets remember that the offense wasnt too hot this last game either. How long can this aging defense keep up this tempo?
Answers4U

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#15 Nov 14, 2006
Q: Do you think Marvez looks like a typical Miami punk in his picture and do you think Skolnick should have more lead stories?

A: Yes
Answers4U

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#16 Nov 14, 2006
Q: Do you think since Wayne took over, things have changed for the worst?

A: Yes. You clearly had an owner who hands down wanted to win at all costs.
He even paid for Joe Robbie Stadium with his own money.

Q: What's different now that Wayne owns the operation?

A: You went from a hands on guy who aggresively strived to win to a guy who wants to run it like a business.
Instead of having an owner with that overwhelming passion to win, we now have a guy who wants to keep costs way down and keep profits way up.
Hence, hardly any big names on the team and a 4th from the bottom player payroll.

Q: So you would also venture to say.. Wayne is trying to sell us Winn Dixie meats at Boars Head prices?

A: Yes

Q: Even though Wayne has sold every other team, he really seems to like owning this team. He really seems to be able to sell all of his other products through here. What can we as true fans do to finally get rid of him and bring back that winning nucleus?

A: Stay far away from the stadium and all merch. Look! He sold the Marlins because he was losing money.
He sold the Panthers because he was losing money.
Wayne CAN NOT deal with losing money.
Wayne CAN deal with losing football games very easily as long as the idiot die hards still show up.
If everyone defected, he would be forced to sell!
If we all made it very clear that we don't want him anymore and send that message to his wallet,
we could force him out.
This Dolphins organization is so rich in history and wealth, I could guarantee this team would wind up in the right hands.

Q: Until that time, what are you going to do with all of your Dolphins merch?

A: I just cut all of my Dolphin t-shirts into 4 inch squares.
I am about to take 3 laxatives and put those "wayne squares" to good use.

Q: One final question. Do you think Saban and his attitude is something the fans brought on to themselves or is Wayne responsible for bringing us this college dictator coach?

A: Wayne is clearly responsible. Dick Saban gets paid $25,000,000. I don't care if the media asks him what color underwear he is wearing, he better have a diplomatic answer.
Who is he to threaten anyone? This team has no clue of class and it all starts at the top.
He is trying to charge American made prices for Chinise produced goods.
Wayne and Saban have to go!
FinzFan

Blairsville, GA

#17 Nov 14, 2006
What explanation or hypothesis can you give as to why, after their bye week, the Dolphin's offensive line has done a much better job at protecting Joey?
Carl Callison

Redwood City, CA

#18 Nov 15, 2006
Well the assessment was done and the update on positions in the field really help. So what assessment is being done for the next game. As long as we play not to lose meaning not allowing any points It means if we don't give up no point we want lose. Defense defense defense.
John Tardy

Saint Petersburg, FL

#19 Nov 15, 2006
Love your colum. Why did it take so long for this team to recognize that Culpepper was not healthy enough to play effectively?
jedco-online

Atlanta, GA

#20 Nov 15, 2006
Weston wrote:
DC has not been healthy, he will pay dividends when he is healthy.
You are a dreamer - the man can't read defenses!
edwin bell

United States

#21 Nov 15, 2006
miami reportedly got quartetback cleo lemon from the san diego chargers.i heard from chargers fans that he is a good quarterback and outperformed both brees and rivers in preseason games.why isnt coach saban giving him a chance to play?

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