since the Smurf brothers, Duper and Clayton. Then add Parker, Gesicki, and Williams, and this group has potential to be dynamite in all areas of the field. Of course none of it will work without Tua being in command and making quick accurate passes.
You are right, lots of potential, but it's like having five Ferraris parked in your garage but no one to start them.
But enough about Tua, I think the moniker in Miami was the "Marks" Brothers. "Smurf" was what the Redskins' group was called decades ago.
You are right, there is no point in arguing about Tua any more. His play on the field will settle the matter.
Yes, the Marks Brothers! Sheesh, how did I mix those two up? I have a picture with Mark Duper, my son, and me after a Dolphins game, when he invited us into his huge RV that he had in the parking lot. As for the Smurfs, I remember Charlie Brown, but there were two others. That was back in the 80s as well, right?