Well, it certainly was not
pretty on Sunday to say the least. Jay Cutler looked horrendous, no big plays whatsoever (AGAIN,) a bad fumble
by Jay Ajayi, and the list could go on for quite a while of all the problems on the Miami offense. However, our Fins found a
way to get the win at the end of the day. To be transparent with everyone, I really do not care how the
wins come, I just care that they come and they come often.

I want to take a quick
second to say… THE HECK WITH YOU CUTLER. As I sat there watching the game, this man
shows zero emotion during the game. He just has this stupid look on his face every time he
makes a mistake and acts like he has no idea what is going on. I know it has
only been four games but there is no reason to think that anything will change in the near future. I
know, I know, “it is not all his fault ,“ but he is also not doing anything to
help the offensive situation either. From this fan’s standpoint, I am beyond
thankful that we only have this bum signed for this season.
I would be wrong if I did
not take some time to talk about how great the defense looked. From the
dominant play of Cam Wake, to the incredible fumble recovery by Reshad Jones, to the
great presence of Lawrence Timmons and Kiko Alonso, I was extremely happy with the defensive
effort for the game. Also, I thought Xavien Howard set the tone early with his
physicality. The Titans offense seemingly never got anything going, throughout the entire
game. Granted, Marcus Mariota and Taylor Lewan did not play, but I really do not believe it
would have mattered much. Low key Matt Burke has had a tremendous start to the
season with the Dolphins defense.
Now we are onto the
Atlanta Falcons. On paper, this is a gigantic mismatch that doesn’t favor Miami. Offensively the Falcons have
some serious playmakers on offense. Guys like Matt Ryan, Devonte Freeman, Julio Jones, and Mohamad Sanu (who likely won’t play this week) can
completely take over any game that they play in. However, when you look at the
other side of the ball, the Dolphins could take advantage of that Falcons defense.
Of the 4 games this year, they have not given up less than 17 points in a
single contest. In addition to that, they give up nearly 100 yards rushing per game,
rushing the ball. If Miami’s offensive line can rally behind the win of the last week and the events surrounding their offensive line coach, this
could be a big week for Ajayi. The major key to helping one Jay will be
getting the other one going.

Lastly, I want to say thank
you to our players and to the remaining coaches in that  Miami Dolphins locker room. The amount of crap that they have had
to deal with this year is beyond fathomable. The list includes, but is not
limited, too: Losing Ryan Tannehill, losing Raekwon Mcmillan, losing Tony Lippett,
having Timmons go AWOL, our offensive line coach blowing away the rest of his coaching career,
a hurricane do a lot of damage to the South Florida area, bringing guys on the fly to “hopefully “fit in the
system, a kneeling controversy, and having more travel miles in the first four weeks than half the whole league will have to travel for the whole year. Our
players, as a whole, just go out every week and play hard.

All of these
circumstances certainly do not make the season any less easy, but four weeks in,
and we are .500 at 2-2. I do not know about you, but I am actually looking
forward to the rest of the year. I want to see what else this team has in
store. Whatever happens, it will certainly be an adventure. GO FINS… NOW AND

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