Wednesday, September 26, 2018

3 results for 'dolphins'

Not So Incognito

By Jeff Weisinger, published on Nov 6, 2013

...hazing need not apply here. But there is one question that must be asked: Really?

We’re talking about professional adults. Let alone the accused is 30.

(Yes folks, he’s a man, he’s 30.)

Outside the typical rookie hazing, it all started when Incognito was asked by Dolphins coaches to toughen up Martin after he missed a voluntary workout during the spring. Instead of fighting back, Martin in fact did the professional, mature thing; he left. Now putting Incognito in a spot where he may have taken the orders too far.

If anything has been incognito about... (more)

Tags: miami, nfl, dolphins, bullying, 2013, richie incognito, johnathan martin

Like A Box Of Chocolates

By Deborah Horton, published on Nov 17, 2010

This week's Thursday night game pits the Chicago Bears against the Miami Dolphins. Both of these teams can win and both of these teams have problems. Most people would say Miami has more being down to their 3rd string quarterback, but maybe not. The Bears QB Jay Cutler is like a box of never know what you're going to get.

Let's look at some of Cutler's stats from this season: 12 TDs, 9 INT, 30 sacks, and 7 fumbles to go with a 61% passer rating and a little over 1900 yards passing. The Bears are 6-3 atop their division and 5-3 in the conference. It sounds relatively... (more)

Tags: football, nfl, bears, dolphins, jay cutler, tyler thigpen

Dolphins: A Hidden Evil

By Umbrae, published on Dec 29, 2006

You will often see illustrations of jolly Cetaceans jumping heroically out of the ocean waters with lasers and rainbows shooting out everywhere. Perhaps a gnome or a magical elf with a mustache is riding on its back. There are even nautical folk tales of dolphins protecting sailors and bringing them to the shores when stranded. It is because of these common memes that people are unaware of the dark side of dolphin sociology. We ignore that these creatures practice murder and rape openly without social consequence. This is problematic to me because dolphins are considered to be the most emotionally... (more)

Tags: dolphins, are dolphins evil, dolphin agenda, dolphin revollution, dolphins molest

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