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Thursday, November 23, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

It's a beautiful day inside Ford Field today.

As I reported in today's Herald, Will Allen will not play as he is inactive for the game. That means Travis Daniels will start at one cornerback with Andre' Goodman at the other corner.

The main thing I look for today is to see how Joey Harrington handles the return to the place where suffered so many meltdowns during the past four years. The folks here are out to get him.

The sound system here just played Piano Man and then the cameras panned to Joey, who as everyone knows didn't endear himself here for his love of playing the piano.

Joey's image on the Jumbotron screen got a raucous round of boos.

It's going to be fun to see what happens.

Let me know what you think of today's doings during and after the game. And may you all have a blessed day filled with God's grace.

17 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great game Joey! With a little luck, the playoffs are still a possibility.

4:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Blessed day full of God's grace"? For the love of god, Salgue, leave superstition out of this: it's football!!!!!

6:45 PM  
Blogger Armando Salguero said...

Anonymous, anyone who takes a look at creation and thinks there is no Creator is a fool.

Even the devil knows God reigns.

6:50 PM  
Anonymous Joseph said...

Armando - I like you sticking up for your religious beliefs.

Great game by the Fins today. It was dissapointing to see the Lions take the early lead but things were good from then on. Any word on Ronnie's hand injury? Broken or just a jammed thumb? Thanks

9:44 PM  
Anonymous KurtInTampa said...

I'm 100% Cool with Freedom of Speech.

I would like to thank the Dolphins for helping me having one of the best Thanksgivings I can remember. I've been a hardcore fan since I was a little kid. I'm out in Amsterdam for a festival (only went since I wouldnt miss a home game). Got to sleep in till 3:00pm local, casualy strolled (2hrs for a 10 minute walk) with my Welker jersey on by the red lights and coffee shops to get to the only bar in town playing the game. I got there early enough to get a great seat dead center of the big screen and a really good thanksgiving turkey dinner. Right before the game started I found myself surounded by a bunch of obnoxious punks from Michican that were all the rage for the first 10 points. Needless to say, it was pretty fun after that.
I'm glad the kharma bank is starting to pay Joey back the huge debt he must be owed. Clearly Joey is a much better person and QB than Detroit gave him credit to be and they probably deserved an even worse beating than they got.

11:12 PM  
Anonymous KurtInTampa said...

Bonus I went to Ohio State

11:14 PM  
Anonymous exile said...

Amen, Armando.
Other than Harrington's much-deserved great day, I was most impressed by the way the defense recovered and shut down Williams after his monster first quarter. There was virtually never any pressure on Kitna early on, but then ... wow. What was it, eight sacks? Nice.
I'm a bit worried about Brown, though. Any new word in the extent of his arm/hand injury?

5:01 AM  
Anonymous exile said...

Oh, and kurtintampa, I can relate to your Thanksgiving. I live in Nottingham, England and watched the game in the only bar in town showing it. Which, erm, also happens to be the only Hooters in the UK. (It's a classy town, Nottingham.) I brought some of my English friends along, and they were even able to stop talking about the big cricket tournament now going on for a couple hours.

5:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gee Armando, so those of us who don't share your religious beliefs are fools huh? Thats just brilliant. Moron. Keep up the religious elitism.

9:48 AM  
Anonymous KurtInTampa said...

I am by no means religious, and feel science is the path to our origins and purpose, that being said Armando has not crossed the line into forcing his faith on us, he was just trying to wish us a Happy Thanksgiving. So Anonymous:

1) Armando has the right to express his opinion, you do not have the right to try and squelch it.
2) Don't be a coward and hide behind your keyboard if you feel so strongly give your name and contact info next time.

Now back to enjoying Dutch culture...

2:30 PM  
Blogger Armando Salguero said...

Dear Anonymouses, I am not saying that those who don't share my beliefs are fools. I clearly said those who look around this planet and think it just happened out of sheer coincidence without any design or Designer are fools.

Put it this way, the mathematical chances of all these things in creation just popping up out of the blue are impossible to calculate, and thus impossible.

A belief in God requires faith. To not believe in God requires a great imagination.

God bless all the anonymouses!

3:27 PM  
Blogger The Dude said...

Seriously. It's the guy's blog. If he believes in alien abductions and says so here I'm cool with it. Anons just love to pick fights. It's pathetic.

Anyway, since I can asume you're a praying man, Armando, how bout some healing power for Ronnie's left hand?

Great win yesterday and to top it off, KC beat Denver which now officially puts the Fins in -- GASP! -- the playoff hunt! Holy cow! (no, I'm not a Hindu).

GO FINS!!!

4:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Armando, congrats on your Dolphins win over the Lions. As a Lions fan (unfortunately for over 30+ years), I'm not only embarrassed by how this team has performed over the past 5+ years, but also the way that our fans treated Harrington was inexcusable. I will never understand why they boo a QB to no end. I don't know why any QB would ever want to play for the Lions. Also, it was very classless of the Lions organization to play Billy Joel's song "piano man" with Harrington on the video screen. I'm thankful we have Michigan football. Just be thankful you don't have the Lions as your pro team.

5:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Holy crap! Salgue believes in the Flying Spaghetti Monster!

Who would have thought it?

Sez Salgue: "Put it this way, the mathematical chances of all these things in creation just popping up out of the blue are impossible to calculate, and thus impossible."

I hear all the scientists in Miami, from FIU to MDC to Northwestern High, laughing their intelligently-designed asses off.

9:51 AM  
Blogger Bloodlust said...

"The Dude," joseph, and kurtintampa ... you said it all. Arando, I am religious myself, and it is your right, as well as, athiests right to voice your opinion. It is sad these people hide behind anonymous, and want to push their views. If your christian, Jewish, or whatever they expect us to be quiet, BULL! Go on and express yourself because in America we have the right to do so.

11:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bloodlust,

Is that your real name or are you hiding behind a moniker?

You are a tremendous idiot.

4:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HEy Armando,
If you are reading this....tell the guy who tried to "leak"(as if it was real) that horrible Alabama crap.

Other than you guys not liking Saban because of this or that...why hurt the Dolphins moral by asking the players on Monday about that horrible bull. It makes no sense and its a shame someone pays the ass who tried to stir things up.

I have to say the media running with this story is amazing. It hurts Miami, Its a slap in the face to the Shulas and simply put, someone yell or fire the prick who did this.

11:52 PM  

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