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Old 02-03-2013, 09:12 AM   #153
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Dolphins 48
Patriots 0

John Scotland was 25-35 for over 400 yds and 5 TDs, Greenlaw and Tribble had 2 sacks each.

Record: 7-1


John Scotland was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week.

Dolphins 35
Falcons 13

Scotland was 22-29 for 319 yds and 3 TDs and our defense picked off Drew Thompson three times.

Record: 8-1


Jaguars 16
Dolphins 17

Both defenses played well and we won on a last second FG. Rookie CB Tee Morgan had a crucial INT in our own endzone to keep us in the game.

Record: 9-1


The Jersey boys (2-8) are up next...
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:43 AM   #154
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Jets 17
Dolphins 38

John Scotland threw for only 233 yds but had 5 TDs and no picks. Vonnie Mendenhall added 110 yds on the ground. Demario Waddell had two INTs.

Record: 10-1


John Scotland was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week.

The Bills are up next but they are missing Drew Brees once again. He's really injury prone in this game.
Dolphins 42
Bills 21

Scotland threw for 272 yds, 4 TDs and one pick. Brandon Marshall had a big day receiving (9-135, TD).

Record: 11-1


Dolphins 42
Steelers 0

Scotland threw for 351 yds, 4 TDs and one pick, Vonnie Mendenhall had 210 all-purpose yards and 5 total TDs. DeMarco Tribble was a monster at NT.

Record: 12-1


Vonnie Mendenhall was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week.

Bengals 14
Dolphins 17

Both defenses dominated the game and we scored our only TD of the game with under a minute left to get a narrow win. Our kicker won us this one.

Record: 13-1


Dolphins 38
Browns 16

Scotland threw for 273, 3 TDs and a pick. Solid defense all game.

Record: 14-1


Dolphins 37
Chiefs 19

No special mentions this time.

Final record: 15-1, #1 seed in the AFC
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:53 AM   #155
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Regular Season Recap:

Pro Bowl selections (* denotes starter):
QB John Scotland
RB Vonnie Mendenhall*
FB Korey Hall
DE Mario Williams
CB Demario Waddell
FS Sanrick Raines*
SS Roscoe Utley

7 Pro Bowlers is ok but I thought some guys were snubbed (Brandon Marshall, DeMarco Tribble, Mychal Greenlaw, Jaime Potter).

On a sidenote, QB Matt Keppinger (my former 3rd stringer whom I traded to the Raiders for a 3rd) now leads the league in passing with over 5500 yds in Gary Hammermill's offense. Coaches & playbooks really have too much of an impact on this game and player quality is clearly undervalued.


2013 League Awards:
MVP: Matt Keppinger (Raiders), 5554 yds, 45 TD
OPY: Vonnie Mendenhall (Dolphins), over 2000 all-purpose yds, 36 total TD
DPY: DeAngelo Hall (Raiders), 12 INT
ORY: Spud Westbrook (RB, Redskins), 745 yds, 10 TD
DRY: Montrell Nickerson (LB, Broncos), 99 tackles, 6 INT
Coach: Gary Hammermill (Raiders), 15-1 record
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:06 AM   #156
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2013 season stats:

Passing:
John Scotland: 307-451 (68%), 4527 yds, 46 TD, 13 INT -> 122.6 QBR
Josh Johnson: 37-56 (66%), 694 yds, 2 TD, 0 INT -> 120.7 QBR

Rushing:
Vonnie Mendenhall: 196-859 (4.3 avg), 21 TD, 3 FUM
Cletis Parker: 29-142 (4.8 avg), 0 TD, 2 FUM

Receiving:
Brandon Marshall: 89-1283, 5 TD, 11 drops
Vonnie Mendenhall: 72-1230, 15 TD, 7 drops
Skyler Cofield: 62-962, 8 TD, 11 drops
Chad Montgomery: 44-735, 5 TD, 10 drops
Ari Thomas: 42-481, 9 TD, 3 drops

Defense:
Tackles: Darrell Walls (90), Elvis Dumervil (88)
TFL: Mario Williams (17), Dumervil (12), Greenlaw (11), Tribble (10)
Sacks: Greenlaw, Williams (8 each)
INT: Waddell, Raines, Utley (5 each), Tee Morgan (3)

Special Teams:
K Jaime Potter: 25-29, long 54, made all XP
P Brandon Fields: 42.4 avg, 6 inside 20
KR: DeSean Jackson 30.8 avg, 1 TD
PR: DeSean Jackson 7.0 avg


Up next:
In the Divisional Playoffs we'll play the Bills, who have Drew Brees back in the lineup.
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:35 AM   #157
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Game Recap: Divisional Playoff Round

Bills 14
Dolphins 31


Both defenses played really well in this game. The Bills fell behind early and abandoned their running game. With a one-dimensional offense, our defense picked their offense apart, forcing Brees into 4 INTs (three of them by rookie CB Tee Morgan). We ran the ball well on offense (Mendenhall: 21-99, 3 TD) and John Scotland did just enough to move the chains (14-26, 187 yds, TD). Tee Morgan (5 tkl, 3 INT) and Elvis Dumervil (8 tkl, 1 sack) were our best defensive players.


Up next:
The Brady-led Colts beat Hammermill's Raiders and will be our opponents in the AFC Championship game. The Colts will be without DE Dwight Freeney. The Bears and Bucs will play in the NFC game.
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Game Recap: AFC Championship Game

Colts 20
Dolphins 49


Demario Waddell returned the opening kickoff 94 yds for a TD and we added another TD to go up 14-0 early in the first quarter. The Colts abandoned the run and had to rely on Tom Brady. While Brady threw for 347 yds, our defense didn't allow any big play to break away, so the Colts had to really work for their yardage, taking a lot of time off the clock.
Right after halftime, Vonnie Mendenhall had the greatest run play I've ever seen in this game. After a great punt by the Colts we were backed up at our own 1 yard line. I just wanted to create some breathing room for our punter and run it up the middle, hoping to gain 3-4 yards. Mendenhall sidestepped a blitzer in our endzone, avoiding a safety, the broke 3 tackles and finally broke free to take it 99 yards to the house. This gave us a 3-score lead and basically ended the game. Incredible run by Mendenhall. He finished 13-174 (3 TD). John Scotland was again used more as a game manager because I like to run it up the gut against Cover 2 defenses. He finished with 191 yds, 3 TDs and a pick. DeMarco Tribble continued his good form with 2 TFL and a sack. Sanrick Raines picked off Brady early in the game.

Unfortunately, DeSean Jackson got hurt during the game and will miss the Superbowl.


Up next:
We're facing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, led by QB Matt Leinart, in the Superbowl. Aside from DeSean Jackson there are no noteworthy injuries on both sides. The Bucs #1 WR Derrick Paige led the league in receiving this season with 1933 yds, so we have to stop him. Their O-Line is outstanding and their defense is a solid Cover 2.


Game Recap: Superbowl XLVIII

Buccaneers 17
Dolphins 20


A very close game that could've gone either way. Skyler Cofield broke free to turn a short pass into a 67 yard TD with 1:45 left in the 4th quarter to give us a 3 point lead and Roscoe Utley intercepted Leinart to end their comeback hopes. We kept their dangerous WR to only 4-21 (TD) and Matt Leinart to 121 passing yards. No individual player's stats stood out to deserve a special mentioning.

Superbowl MVP (voted by me): John Scotland, 20-35 for 274 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT
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Breaking News:

After winning his third Superbowl in the last four years, Miami Dolphins Head Coach Tony Sparano decided that it's time for a new challenge and resigned from his job. He'll be replaced by Jon Gruden, who left the Buffalo Bills to join their divisional rival.

It's still unknown where Sparano will take his talents. There are still some openings in the league, including the Jets, Bengals, Bills, Chargers, Redskins and Texans. It is widely believed that Sparano would favor a to coach in the NFC, leaving the Redskins as the lone NFC opening. However, other aspects like roster quality and cap room will probably be factored in as well. Also every Coach has to work together with a GM that he trusts and it remains to be seen who that guy is for Sparano.
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The career of coach Tony Sparano continues in this thread:
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