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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 5:06 am 
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Jimmy Wilson, CB, Miami. The seventh-round pick from Montana in 2011 had one of the best all-around days any player had Sunday, recording a sack of Mark Sanchez, two tackles, a pass deflection and a blocked punt when he and a fellow punt rusher ran a twist on the Jets' line, fooled long-snapper Tanner Purdue and rushed in and smothered the punt, which Olivier Vernon recovered in the end zone to give the Dolphins a 10-0 lead they'd never relinquish.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 5:11 am 
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I think he also prevented the 2 point conversion


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 5:15 am 
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Another horrible pick by Ireland. He should be FIRED NOW!!


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 7:21 am 
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Sorry, Timmy. You got schooled.

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Wilson: Dolphins took advantage of Tebow

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Jets have mostly taken advantage of quarterback Tim Tebow's versatility on special teams this year. Tebow successfully converted on several fake punts running and passing the football this season.

However, having Tebow as the punt protector Sunday backfired as the Miami Dolphins took advantage of his inexperience. The Dolphins brought the house in the first quarter and Tebow had to choose to block one of two defenders.

Tebow made the wrong choice and allowed the quicker, faster Dolphins cornerback Jimmy Wilson run free. The result was a blocked punt that was recovered for a touchdown by defensive end Olivier Vernon. That gave the Dolphins an early 10-0 lead they never relinquished.

“We wanted to take advantage of Tebow when they were in the regular punt set,” Wilson said. “When [special teams] coach [Darren] Rizzi called the punt block I knew that was my opportunity.”

This is the first year Tebow has played on special teams in the NFL. The Dolphins spent a lot of time during their bye week practicing their ability to rush the punter. It was an early turning point in the game that proved to be costly for the Jets. Miami won the game, 30-9, to improve to 4-3
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 7:53 am 
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Makchell wrote:
Another horrible pick by Ireland. He should be FIRED NOW!!


:)

LMAO....

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It's nice when you hit on a 7th round draft pick. Ireland hit on Jimmy from the 2011 Draft and Kheeston Randle, the DT from Texas in this year's draft in the 7th round.

Don't get me wrong, Ireland has made his fair share of mistakes, but what GM has not. But he has hit on some nice picks in the draft the last few years and those players are now producing for Miami.

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UDFA's are more impressive when you hit on em (ala Davone)


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Makchell wrote:
Another horrible pick by Ireland. He should be FIRED NOW!!


Clyde Gates


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What about him? He sucks, we won't hit every pick. Name me a GM that does? IF you think "Gates" had a breakout "game", you are sadly mistaken. Most of his yards were garbage time yards before the first half was over and in the latter part of the 3rd and all of the 4th. We letting them catch everything in front and eat the clock. Come on Junkie...stop, please.


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NFLJunkie wrote:
Makchell wrote:
Another horrible pick by Ireland. He should be FIRED NOW!!


Clyde Gates

Over Denauris Moore. How he passed on Moore for Gates still befuddles me.


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Makchell wrote:
Clyde Gates

What about him? He sucks, we won't hit every pick. Name me a GM that does? IF you think "Gates" had a breakout "game", you are sadly mistaken. Most of his yards were garbage time yards before the first half was over and in the latter part of the 3rd and all of the 4th. We letting them catch everything in front and eat the clock. Come on Junkie...stop, please.


Mak, I could easily turn this around and say that even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in awhile. Ireland is a mixed bag, some good, some bad.


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NFLJunkie wrote:
Ireland is a mixed bag, some good, some bad.
Sounds like every GM in every sport.


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Dphins4me wrote:
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Ireland is a mixed bag, some good, some bad.
Sounds like every GM in every sport.

Even NE has missed on quite a few early picks. That's why I think draft picks for proven veterans is a stupid bet.


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NFLJunkie wrote:
Even NE has missed on quite a few early picks. That's why I think draft picks for proven veterans is a stupid bet.

Head scratch. Unless I'm reading this wrong. These statements seem to contradict each other.


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Actually, what he means to say is lots of draft picks will equal lots of players, few draft picks will equal very few or no players. Vets are old and cost $. Lots of draft picks also make it easier to move up in the 1st rd for a super-stud WR :)


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Dphins4me wrote:
NFLJunkie wrote:
Even NE has missed on quite a few early picks. That's why I think draft picks for proven veterans is a stupid bet.

Head scratch. Unless I'm reading this wrong. These statements seem to contradict each other.


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Ireland is a mixed bag, some good, some bad.

Thank you, you proved my point.


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Big Dave wrote:
Sorry, Timmy. You got schooled.

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Wilson: Dolphins took advantage of Tebow

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Jets have mostly taken advantage of quarterback Tim Tebow's versatility on special teams this year. Tebow successfully converted on several fake punts running and passing the football this season.

However, having Tebow as the punt protector Sunday backfired as the Miami Dolphins took advantage of his inexperience. The Dolphins brought the house in the first quarter and Tebow had to choose to block one of two defenders.

Tebow made the wrong choice and allowed the quicker, faster Dolphins cornerback Jimmy Wilson run free. The result was a blocked punt that was recovered for a touchdown by defensive end Olivier Vernon. That gave the Dolphins an early 10-0 lead they never relinquished.

“We wanted to take advantage of Tebow when they were in the regular punt set,” Wilson said. “When [special teams] coach [Darren] Rizzi called the punt block I knew that was my opportunity.”

This is the first year Tebow has played on special teams in the NFL. The Dolphins spent a lot of time during their bye week practicing their ability to rush the punter. It was an early turning point in the game that proved to be costly for the Jets. Miami won the game, 30-9, to improve to 4-3
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Nice to see our team finally out-smarting the opponent for once. I like playing proactively rather than reactively!


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