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Wednesday, December 05, 2007

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This has not been a good week for Cam Cameron.

First his team quit on Sunday. Then, after the game in which they quit, the players admitted there is a divide between some players and coaches and even some players and other players. Dissension is the word used by some.

Then we find out Cameron, though not a liar, is definitely taking liberties with the truth on how he dances around questions.

The first issue in which Cameron's credibility is now at stake is that of offensive playcalling. The subject of whether Trent Green was calling plays came up after the game Sunday and again Monday. Both days, Cameron said Green wasn't calling the plays and suggested nothing had changed in how the Dolphins offense does business.

"Yeah, he just relays the call to the quarterback," Cameron said. "That's the only difference.''

Except that is not true. Turns out, according to several players, Mike Mularkey called the offensive plays against the Jets Sunday. It was the first game Mularkey did it and not Cameron. I would say that is quite a difference.

This revelation brings up a couple of issues. Now we have Cameron giving up his play-calling to the guy who called the plays last year and that effectively defeats the purpose of owner Wayne Huizenga going out last spring and searching far and wide for an offensive mind to lead his team.

It also asks Mularkey, a former Steelers offensive coordinator, to call plays in an offense in which he was not reared and does not feel most comfortable with. Last year Mularkey had to call plays in the offense Scott Linehan installed and last Sunday he's calling plays in the offense Cameron brought from San Diego.

But aside from that, it torques me that the coach was thinking he was smarter than everyone by not answering questions in a straightforward fashion. I mean come on. I have a huge pimple on my nose and you ask me if I have a pimple on my cheek and I say, "No, my skin hasn't changed," and I'm not stretchg the truth?

A similar exchange happened between myself and Cameron again Wednesday. Cameron was talking about putting linebacker Zach Thomas on injured reserve and I asked the question all of you want answered:

"Cam," I asked, "Do you want Zach Thomas on the team next year?

Cameron's answer: “Zach Thomas, you can’t imagine what it’s like having your defense lose, not only it’s Mike linebacker, but it being Zach Thomas. That’s something we’ve had to deal with all year long. I have so much respect for him. In my view, he’s our Mike linebacker. Now Channing (Crowder) has done an outstanding job of filling in for him and is one heck of a Mike linebacker, too. But as I said, you don’t replace Zach Thomas. You don’t. You try to do it collectively, but I think we all have so much respect for the guy.”

So with all due respect, I asked him if that simply meant YES or NO?

“He and I have talked that that’s where everyone is going to go, and he and I have agreed. The bottom line is he’s going to do everything to help us this year, and we’re going to let some time go by. He’s under contract next year. He knows how I feel about him. We’re not going to get into the speculation on next year. We’re going to focus on this year, and I think that’s fair.”

In other words, I am up here on this podium doing the Soulja boy dance around these questions but you're not going to get a straight answer and maybe not even the truth.

Nice job. Last time a Dolphins coach took liberties like this was last December. His name is Nick Saban.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's more shocking?...the guy whom last year couldn't call a right play at the right time at all now calling plays; OR, the new guy who has trouble with the right calls, giving ownership over the play calls to the guy whom last year couldn't call the right plays at all? And can somebody please pass me a big brown paper bag too...thanks.

11:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cam sucks--but you're just bitter he's not being straight with you and you're taking it personally

11:53 PM  
Anonymous ceed said...

Why don't we just give the refs a few more extra dollars like the Pats do, then maybe we could win these games that we shouldn't be winning. We play Baltimore in a few weeks and it is proven to work against them.

12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Is there any hope that Wayne will make a change, or will we be stuck with Cam for years, just like wanny. It's was obvious he's in over his head and the damage he's doing could cost the team years to overcome, just like wanny.

12:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You said,

"Now we have Cameron giving up his play-calling to the guy who called the plays last year and that effectively defeats the purpose of owner Wayne Huizenga going out last spring and searching far and wide for an offensive mind to lead his team."

The preceding statement is quite possibly the most inane I've ever read in this blog. And that's saying something.

Mularkey calling/relaying plays to Green does NOT mean Cameron was not involved. I'm sure he was: both during the week with regard to strategy and on Sunday via the headsets.

Your statement seems to imply that the Dolphins/Wayne are not receiving any benefit of Cam's offensive knowledge unless HE is relaying the plays into Beck.

Following that "logic", and I use that term loosely, any offensive minded NFL headcoach, who chooses not to relay the plays to the QB, is effectively defeating the purpose of the owner hiring that headcoach(to use your words).

I could not disagree more.

I think what we have here in this article is a sports' writer who is upset because Cam would DARE to not let you in on every detail.

Both Your arrogance and narcissism are thick enough to cut with a knife.

Thank you for providing a forum for me to express my opinion.


1:21 AM  
Blogger Michael said...

As a coach you have to dance around the media's questions. Especially when you're enacting a long-term plan that in the short-term will be painful to the fans.
Would I care if the Dolphins got rid of Zach Thomas? Not if they got the right price. Be honest with yourselves, at least try, and tell me that he hasn't lost a step. The Dolphins aren't contenders this year and they won't be next year. I'd rather see him go somewhere else and contend than stay and waste away here.
The same goes for Jason Taylor except he's still good. How many good years does he have left? We don't know.

1:30 AM  
Blogger Michael said...

Armando, please leave the poor arguments for the radio where people will love it if you mention soulja boy.

1:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was all for Cam from the beginning since he was a play calling genius. He then turned into run ricky 3 times in a row Pornostache. We we all should face the fact it is over. Once you lose a team you do not get it back. This team is lost. Not all of it is Cams fault but playcalling can be blamed on him and he sucks. He has to go bye bye at the end of the year. Spend some bucks and get the Patriots Offensive or Defensive coordinator to act as our new head coach. Fire overated Randy too, sick of his face. Its about time we finally spend money and take something from the Patriots for a change.

1:37 AM  
Blogger funkyj said...

Ease off on your reaction to Cam's Zach Thomas answer.

Even if he does not want Zach back next year he can't say so right now. That would be like JJ saying he didn't want Marino.

It is fair enough for a coach to talk like a politician regarding the future.

BTW, don't you think Zach, with his fanatical study habits, would make a great LB coach for the Dolphins?

I'm with you on lie about Mularky calling plays being weak.

1:51 AM  
Anonymous Phil18042 said...

LIke ANY Business its in the Dolphins best interest to see the people they put into place succeed.

It clearly looks like the internal audit revealed to Wayne (&/or the Powers that be) what we already know. The ROOKIE Head Coach was/is a bit overwhelmed.

Cam no longer calling the plays seems like an obvious attempt to lighten Cam's workload in a hope that he will perform better unencumbered from those additional responsibilites.

2:12 AM  
Anonymous Guiseppe from Oregon said...

Armondo, most of the time I DO like your points, but some of this is annoying. If you're going to claim dissension on the team, just man up and say who it is, please? Or if someone said that Mularkey is making the calls, again...who is it? Generalizations like "the players" or "some players" sounds an awfully lot like Inside Edition. Sure would be nice to have specifics on this rather than "someone said this"...

Regarding play calling, WHY did it change, or was that question asked of a player? Since I don't have front-office access, it would be interesting (to me) to know if that decision was made by Cam, by Wayne, or jointly decided by the coaching staff. Did any of the players on the offense have a role in this decision?

Regarding Cam's "shuck and jive" around answering both your question on the play calling, it sounds like you are frustrated that you aren't a "real" insider - but, wait, you don't WORK for the team, right? So, they don't tell you EVERYTHING? Go figure...

2:23 AM  
Anonymous Steve B. - AZ said...

Sorry, but you would not be happy no matter how he answered. Does he even know the answer at this point? 1.Can Zack even come back with is health issues? 2. Have they already evaluated all the positions for next year? No.. This is silly.. If he says yes he will be back 100% and he does not come back for any reason. You call him a lier or naive. If he says no. You call him stupid for saying that in the middle of a season or stupid for letting a great player go. I understand why everyone is upset and looking for answers but sometimes. I am too.. But seems like some of our questions and comments are now getting somewhat ridiculous...ahhhhh

2:24 AM  
Anonymous JerryD said...

What's the big fuss, that's just the gaffe-du-jour from a man who is in way over his head & continues to make constant gaffes.

I believe Cam is his own worst enemy & will get himself fired. Tick. Tick. Tick. Tick.

All our opinions won't matter.

I only ask the ALL management gets an HONEST appraisal, & replaced ONLY if there is a BONAFIDE UPGRADE!!

Go PHins!! Cheers, JerryD

3:36 AM  
Anonymous JerryD said...

I have conducted an Internal Evaluation, and here are my recommendations.

Coach: Tonya Harding ... knows how to get a win!!

D-Coach: Head of the Genovese Family ... put the kabosh on anyone

O-Coach: General Schwarzkopf ... mother of all strategy

Trainer: Barry Bonds ... got huge "not knowingly"

Hey, we need some humor!!

Go Phins!! Cheers, JerryD

3:52 AM  
Anonymous Chris said...

Cam Cameron is turning the playcalling over to Mike Muarkey?? WTF!!!!! Seriously....Mike Mularkey sucks!!!! He has no business doing the play calling. If Cam Cameron knew how overwhelming it would be he should have hired an Offensive Coordinator and not try to be the Head Coach and the Offensive Coordinator. I must admit I was all for Cam Cameron in the beginning but now I think he must go. Blame Jimmy Johnson, Dave Wannstedt, Nick Saban, or anybody you want. We can sit here and play the blame game all we want to but the fact of the matter is is that the Miami Dolphins are 0-12 and Cam Cameron will more than likely get the blame since he is the Head Coach.

4:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, can anybody guess where the Offensive Coordinator who's now on the Dallas Cowboys came from? Jason Garrett! Thats right folks, he was the Dolphins QB coach 2 years ago...he wanted to be the offensive coordinator here but we didn't give him the spot in order to have Mularkey as our O-Cordinator last year and now the moron is back only to subject us to more of the same play calling we saw against the Jets.

5:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

more proof he must go parcells 08

6:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am not a Cameron fan at this time but I sure liked him at the beginning of the season. If you had asked me after week 8 I would have said he is a good guy but I don't know if he will be there next year. Right now I think the ship is to far gone to save. It is too bad that Saban couldn't have endured this mess and then bring in another coach.
So what do you want him to say? He could say he doesn't know and then you would be all over that or he could say yes he is our middle linebacker and you would be all over that. He could say we are going to release him and you would have something to say to crap on that idea. Face it, he can't win on the field and certainly isn't going to win spouting off absolutes to a writer about an aging veteran with concussion problems. Lay off the guy and just get him fired. Bring in the next braniac with a plan and lets see where that gets the team.
Is it time to move on for Zack? That is going to be up to Zack.
Sounded like Zack's days as a Dolphin are numbered.

7:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


8:04 AM  
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8:06 AM  
Anonymous Act like a Professional said...

Armando, reading your comments and listening to you on the radio, it is clear that you have an agenda and it is personal between you and Cameron. You've lost your objectivity. Stop all the whinning. The one person who seems to have teflon around him is Wayne H. He hired Jimmy, Dave, Nick and now Cam. He hired the front office personel. He ruined the Marlins and the Panthers and now he's doing it to the Dolphins. He says "I turn this over to the professionals". Look around the league and show me a team that is winning without an actively involved owner. Tough to find. Who is a worst owner in all of sports other than Wayne. But it seems everyone, including you, are afraid to say it so you attack his hire, Cam, who by all accounts seems like a very decent guy. He's got no talent around him. To quote a former offensive coordinator of the Fins, "they expect me to make chicken salad out of chicken s***

The over under on this team was 7 wins and most people bet the under. Now take away your running back, quaterback, middle linebacker, defensive lineman and basically your entire secondary. So if under 7 was the bet with all of these guys, what is it without. Maybe we are just playing to our abilities vis a vis the rest of the league given the talent on the field.

But Armando you need to start to act like a professional rather than a whinner that you are coming off as in your columns and on the radio.

8:15 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

Armando, I would say that it is unfair to compare what Cam is doing "relative to" what Saban did (sorry, I couldn't resist). The degree of b.s. is not even close.

Remember, all coaches lie. Don;t get mad, OK?

1) While I am quite surprised that Cam would permit Mularkey, of ALL people, to call plays but perhaps felt Cam would change things up to see if Mularkey would make a difference. That Mularkey wasn't "raised" in Cam's system shouldn't be a concern. Rather, Mularkey's lack of feel for in-game ebbs and flows is his weakness.

2) On Zach, just remember that Cam doesn't have power of personnel...Mueller does. As a coach, Cam is going to look at things differently than a GM will, but he must be as diplomatic as he can so as not to alienate Zach or step on Mueller's authority. It isn't personal, so try not to be too "torqued".

8:27 AM  
Blogger Michael said...

Ever think maybe Zach might want out next year?

8:31 AM  
Anonymous dubbilex said...

holy shit, will somebody just fire Mularkey already? That dude's like cancer.

8:40 AM  
Anonymous budman said...

Cam must go,he's a fine o.c.,but he's way in over his head as the h.c. Maybe we should have hired Jason Garrett????

8:49 AM  
Anonymous eddie from new england said...

you guyz all complain the guy shouldnt be making the call sohe hands them off an your still complaining. This cant be blamed on him the team is a joke he has no talent. Look jimmie johson went 1-15 his first year an look what happen give him time instead writing complaints about him everyday write about what we can do in the draft and free agency enough bitching about a season that was lost in weeek 5.

9:35 AM  
Anonymous DaveinOhio said...

The thing that scares me more is that if Cam is willing to give over the play calling then he no longer believes in himself. If he doesnt believe in this team then the players wont. We will be 0-16.

9:36 AM  
Anonymous finheavenblows said...

It seem absurd to me that people hate Nick Saban for his lies but give Cameron a pass for his.

Part of a coach's job -- especially when he's 0-12 -- is to keep a good relationship with the media because they can bring him down. What, Cameron didn't think you guys would ask players about the play-calling? Pretty stupid.

And guiseppe, what does it matter the names of the players? They are obviously talking and obviously throwing Cameron under the bus. That's enough for me to think this ship she be sinkin'.

9:48 AM  
Anonymous FLPD said...

So Mularkey is calling plays and the head coach is telling lies.

Sounds like December 2006 to me.

9:49 AM  
Anonymous southflaboy said...

Good job, Mando! I want you to take act like a pit bull and take a bite out of cameron because I hate what he's doing to this team.

Thanks for representin'.

9:52 AM  
Anonymous William "Bill" Foote said...

Mularkey is a like a cocaroach. He survives nuclear blasts and coaching changes.

9:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You need to stop writing down the first thing that comes into your head and call it a blog.
Last week I read you were complaining that CAm should not be calling plays. And now that he is trying that approach you flog him for it.

I'm not a cam fan but on this one you are on the wrong.

9:57 AM  
Anonymous Scott said...

Mr. Huizenga either needs to totally change his ownership philosophy and become actively involed with the team and take responsiblity or else sell the team after this season to an ownership who WILL be actively involved with the team and responsible for choices. A good start would be to officially hire back Jimmy Johnson as a talent evaluator for each upcoming NFL draft and for all free agency signings and to hire Bill Cowher as Head Coach ( a proven successful NFL head coach) and Bill Parcells as General Manager ( a proven winner).

10:03 AM  
Anonymous Pat said...

Hang on a second... lets not forget, Coach Shula was a master of answering a question without actually answering the question asked.

10:07 AM  
Anonymous Joel said...

The play calling was unusually horrid on Sunday, Mularkey making the calls would explain that.

10:09 AM  
Anonymous Patrick said...

Here's what my gut is telling me... Someone at the top has put down an edict. Clearly the in-game decision making has been duly noted and Mr. Cameron's future has been placed under a "win-or-else" status. The embarrassing thought of going 0-16 has finally registered with Mr. Huizinga. If Cameron cannot figure out a way to win one game he will be fired.

This edict was probably stated during the week of the bye. At that time Cameron thought surely the team would win, but now with 4 games left the pressure is mounting. His comments and actions reek of a guy sitting on the edge of the pan inches from falling into the fire.

Wayne is a proud man and has people like Don Shula and Dan Marino, not to mention his friends among the league ownership, whispering in his ear. What do you think Shula is saying right now? These are proud, very wealthy men. Losing is not in their nature and being a laughingstock is surely sticking in their crawl like everglade's muck.

I don't care who the coach is or who the players are, this is the NFL and the disparity in talent is not that great. There are a few superstars but far and away there is parity among most of the rest of the players. It comes down to a simple matter, HEART, WILL TO WIN, MOTIVATION, WANT TO... A good coach will take any group of players and bring out the best in them. He may not win a lot of games because he truly lacks talent, but he will win some and his players and assistants will admire and respect him. Does anyone see that here? Admiration, respect? Anyone see it?

I was on the side of continuity in the coaching staff, but I can no longer toe that line. Malarky? Are you freaking kidding me? Grooming Trent Green to be a coach while your team is in the throes of the worst season in NFL history?

If this was my team I would fire Cameron today. TODAY, not at the end of the season. As a Dolphin fan my entire life I can tell you this, we do not accept being the laughingstock of the league. We do not accept being considered worst team EVER TO STEP ON AN NFL FIELD.

If Cameron cannot not use these thoughts alone to motivate his team then this guy is no headcoach and he never, ever will be.

10:13 AM  
Blogger Jeff said...

I think it is pretty obvious by now that cam is not cut out to be a head coach. He just does not seem to be handling many situations well at all. Whats even more puzzling is that he is giving up the one duty is actually well respected for, play calling. I think he did well with the draft, and does call a good game. He has inherited a team that wasn't gonna be good anyway, but he is starting to lose credibility now with his team and fans, and that could lead to his demise.

10:28 AM  
Anonymous Syracuse said...

Ever think that part of the problem with the dolphins might be YOU and the rest of the Miami media? You guys constantly bash everthing that is being done. We have at least 6 starters on IR. What do you expect this team to be? How good would the Patriots be if they lost Brady, Maroney, A. Thomas (LB), and 4 starting saftey's for the season? Cam gets a free pass this year in my book! Why don't you guys give the guy a break. You are JUST a writer, not a coach or GM. If you are that smart, why don't you change professions and give it a try!!!

10:30 AM  
Anonymous jed said...

First, Wes Welker is not re-signed -- now he is an All -Pro and recognized as one of the best in football. Then, Sammy Morris, who turns in 100 yard days like nada before getting injured. And we have Kevin Carter unsigned, who goes to Tampa for nada and help makes that defense one of the top five -- as he did in Miami. And you jettison Donnie Jones, who then leads the league in punting. There is also McMike, Bowens, and the really tragic -- and deceittful -- handling of Daunte, on and on and on.

The Dolphins had good talent, enough to be at least a playoff team this year, but Mueller and Cam savaged it and turned this team into the laughingstock in the league. Arrogant Cam was so arrogant he thought he could be a contender with rookies and lesser talent and his washed up, scrambled head for a QB Trent Green. Moreover, Cam has been low class with his player dealings, has failed to inspire and energize players (as Don Shula noted recently), and is a poor decision maker in game situations.

The result, 0-12 and counting...



11:05 AM  
Anonymous jed said...

p.s. If Cam/Mueller jettison Zach and JT this offseason --- kiss this franchise goodbye for the next decade. That would be sheer stupidity.

11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't believe how inept this man really is. The man is a complete boob. Its been one bad decision after another from draft day to present. I have been doing my best to try to give the man the benefit of the doubt, but I just can't do it anymore. Its been bad decision after bad decision. I'VE HAD IT!!!! If the owner doesn't toss this mofo out with the trash at the end of the year and try to get Cowher or Shottenheimer we are gonna be screwed for years to come. I'm sure there will be no hope of that, though. look how long they stuck with Wandstedt. We're so totally screwed. So, very, totally completely screwed.

11:27 AM  
Blogger Marc said...

You know, as I pointed out earlier, I'm not for getting rid of Zach OR JT. I wasn't for getting rid of McMichael or Chambers either. It's NOT just emotional. Even Madden takes into account team morale when you start cutting/trading off your vets. Chambers, not only #4 on the all-time Dolphin's receiver's list, was Ted Ginn's MENTOR! Now, the vets we have on offense are Trent Green and Marty "can't catch a cold" Booker! That's it. Those are the vets that the rookies on this team's offense have to look up to! If you release our 2 DEFENSIVE captains, who does that leave? Holliday? Traylor? Who even after being suckered into a 2 year deal, I doubt will return, and Porter, who I think could handle being a leader, he did it in Pittsburg, but have a combined 5-6 years on this franchise? You guys preach stability at the coaching positions, but seem to overlook the fact that PLAYER stability also comes into play.

11:34 AM  
Anonymous sjbytes said...

An NFL head coach not answering questions truthfully? Wow, what a shock. Next you'll tell me that college kids drink too much. Every NFL head coach skirts around the truth. If you don't believe me just ask Bill Bellicheat a question. It's as if you feel insulted that Cam didn't answer "your" question. Get over it. You, along with all Flippers' fans, should be pissed off that Mike "full of" Mularkey was calling plays instead of whether Can't Cam answered your questions truthfully.

11:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Armando,
I think you would make a good guest on Oprah. All this talk about emotions and feelings has got me more excited than picking up the latest issue of Cosmo.

On the other hand, perhaps we could try a little in-depth analysis on the subject of football. Perhaps a discussion of Buffalo's strengths and weaknesses. What will be a likely game plan for the Dolphins? Was L. Booker's performance last week a one-day wonder, or something we could use to exploit the Buffalo defense.

I see the Dolphins safeties and linebackers have lots of tackles, but too many seem to be over 5 yards downfield. Where is the problem here? Thanks in advance for your "in-depth" analysis.

11:42 AM  
Anonymous Raz said...

Your at it again. Your "bash them at every chance" attitude is rearing its ugly head again. Objectivity is out the window with you. Hell..even proper analysis is not in your forte. It's just conjecture and trying to create controversy because you were told an indirect truth to the answer that Trent Green was not calling plays. You didn't ask if someone else was and now your taking it out on him for not telling you. How? By insinuating he is a shifty, liar, unable to give you the answer you want (Websters definition for the word "Sabanesque.")
If you read his answer about Zach, its clear that he's saying, "I love Zach, if I could keep him I would, and I'll say anything I can to keep him,but the final call will be from someone else." Meaning there is some other things to consider (maybe the salary cap next year, who knows.)
But I have more bones to pick with you. Dolphin dissension????? Where?? What is the defining comment that the players are against their coach??? Don't name names, but put the comments out there. And it better not be what's been printed over the last few days. None of that is dissension leaning. It's all facts about the state of that individual player. Dissension/Mutiny is more than those comments. Much more.

Now on to Mularkey. Cameron's assigning responsibility for the offense to someone else does not defeat any purpose. He was hired as head coach, so that he could drive and guide the offensive direction of this team. A different perspective than that of a defensive minded coach. So it doesn't matter if Cam calls the plays or not as long as he has control over the type of offense that is being run from those plays. Whether the result is good or not is about execution. His guidance, influence, direction is the leadership that a coach brings. That's part of what leadership is, but you would never know that since you have no clue what leadership is.
About Mularkey himself, How do you know he is not comfortable with the offense? Did you speak with him? He told you right? Of course not. You don't have that kind of access. To make an assumption that a coach, despite having certain philosophies, is unable to change is incredibly naive. As leaders in some capacity they have to learn whether its an opponents defense or a new offensive mentality. All coaches can learn and change. And Mularkey has been learning this offense since Cameron came on board. So I'm sure by now he is comfortable with it.
You know Armando, you are slipping fast. I agree with others who believe you have some ax to grind against the Dolphins (Could it be that game a few years ago where you supposed to be reporting and instead were rooting for the Broncos? Or some other garbage team so that the Dolphins did not go to the playoffs. I remember the Fish were ticked at you). And ever since you've been on the radio, where you have this outlet to use that ax without constraint, you have really been slipping. You tried with your blog about not being sure about Cameron to be softer. But with this current blog brings you back to that Ricky analysis you did last week which was absolutely horrible and without an ability to see the obvious.
I'm not sure if your smoking it or swallowing it, but you need some rehab. You are thinking you are who you are not. I think your Sports editor should reassign you to the High school beat so you can re-assess who you are as a reporter/columnist.

11:47 AM  
Anonymous Ramsterone said...

I can't believe they let Mularkey call the plays. If Tampa Bay let's Chucky go we should try and get him, he really knows offense and players, I thought Cam did, my mistake.

11:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Raz, you on Wayne's pay roll to blow Cam?

11:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or, Raz, does Cam prefer to take it from you?

11:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

John Beck, the QB of the future? He is a joke, as funny as Cam.

"This is the first time in franchise history the Dolphins have failed to score an offensive touchdown in three consecutive games." -- Sentinel

12:09 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

To early to say anything about Beck. This is the worst our whole offense has been in a looong time...and you can't really count the Steelers game as a game we should have scored a TD in.

12:36 PM  
Anonymous Rio said...

fire Cameron & clean house. the guy is bad news if left with Mueller to direct the next draft we will be without repair

12:37 PM  
Anonymous TrySomethingNew said...

Look - we are 0-12.
Maybe Cam decided to make a change in the coaching process to try to shake things up (just like changing the QB).

Cam is not trying to go 0-16. He's trying to win a game -- his job security may depend on it.

I dont care whether or not he's forthright about it -- its football, not national security.
Most coaches say as little as possible to the media. its not just him.

12:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cam randy armstong capers are all jokes the only guy that stays is hudson houck.wayne huizenga your the biggest fraud walking the earth it's time for you to get a real football person or persons into this organization stop hiring people who could'nt run a high school program and get rid of those suckups like bailey who tells you how good your suits look well it may look great your face is full of egg get parcells in here as the gm asap and let him set us up with the new head coach or hire cowher make it a daily double!

12:46 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

Sounds like Armando is starting to form an opinion on Cameron a few weeks early. My only real problem with this is that he lied and said he was calling the plays. Many people don't want to here that Mularky is calling the plays.

As far as dancing around questions, I too am a journalist, and I know this is something we deal with a lot. People just aren't straight forward, especially when there is something on the line.

1:22 PM  
Anonymous FLPD said...

Raz your entire post proves that the Dolphins read this blog religiously because you obviously are a team apologist trying to change the subject about the Dolphins many shortcomings and failings and instead shifting focus on Armando.

He has no axe to grind. Only two days ago -- before all this crap came out -- he said it was unfair to rage for or against Cam. So get real, loser.

You are a Dolphins employee. Which makes you an 0-12 loser.

1:51 PM  
Anonymous UMPROF said...

Raz I have an idea for you. Embrace the truth and stop drinking the Kool-Aid.

Attacking Armando is stupid. It's not his fault the team sucks. You are ridiculous.

1:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder if this was something forced onto Cam from on high in the organization? Remember what he said about the only way to get a feel of the game is from the sideline, not up in a box. He also said that he would always call plays until/if/when he ever found somebody he thought could do it better. I doubt that any of this was his idea. Interesting problem, now that the cat is out of the bag. It was probably supposed to be a quiet experiment (of Wayne's, etc.) and now they are busted. After the debacle of the Jets, it should be clear that Cam should still call the plays, but can he now that he's has his legs cut out from under him? No wonder he wouldn't/couldn't answer your question. What a galling embarrassment.

1:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Armando, you are finally realizing that practically everything Cam does backfires. There is light at the end of this dark, dark, tunnel and that will come when the coach is outta here.

Great blog, by the way.

1:56 PM  
Anonymous Phil in Philly said...

Armando, I appreciate you pointing out the stupidity of this franchise.

I know you were hoping Cameron would improve his play-calling. But I don't imagine you thought we'd go back to the future with Mularkey. Yikes!

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

phil in philly: you been a gay for cam all year long.

like we care what you think.

2:07 PM  
Anonymous Steve said...


Cam cannot answer any questions about next year since he won't be here!!!!

Let's hope the selection process starts with replacing the head of football operations and goes top to bottom.

Wayne "Happy" Huzenga should go on a long vacation until it is completed.

2:26 PM  
Blogger Hugh McBryde said...

So, when do we hire Cowher?

2:53 PM  
Anonymous Raz said...

Actually I work for the Herald, not the Dolphins. And I am a Huge Dolphins fan. Season tickets, the whole nine. But nobody seems to address my points, just attack the fact the I criticized Armando (which I stick by). I'm not apologizing for the Dolphins. I went point by point against Armando's blog. Never said Cam was doing a good job, because I don't think he is. I'm addressing the points Armando made in his blog period, the end. Nothing further. I want to know where he gets his insight, his information and what the information is. Dissension, not whom (no names), but what they said. And I don't want the quotes reported thus far. Every single one can be taken in a different context. Sound bites are just that. They sometimes don't even convey the true meaning of the speaker. Give me something where somebody said, "You know we just aren't reacting to coach anymore," or "this coach sucks." Something that was specifically said about the performance of the coach or several players' feelings about the coach which make you feel they don't respect, respond, or follow him. No one has said any of it, in any story written in the Herald or spoken on radio. Don't give me this "I can't say it because its off the record crap." I don't want names, just what they said. Another thing, Don't get upset because Cam never said,"Oh and By the way, Mike Mularkey is calling the plays." Cam was never asked "Is someone other than yourself calling the plays?"..No..the focus was on Trent Green with a headset. So here's a question for Armando. If you are such an insider why didn't you know that before the game? Why are you finding out three days after the game. THREE DAYS AFTER. I think you aren't as inside as you think you are.
About Mularkey not being comfortable enough with the offense? Where did he get that from? Who told him? Mularkey? Or is it another assumption. My Fish are in bad shape. Top to bottom. But to us rabid fans, to report your own personal speculation when you don't have the truth, that's not reporting. I could have written the same garbage and I don't visit Dolphin camp everyday. So all you anonymous Armando Lover's make sure you clean your faces from his cream when you are defending him.
I say fire them all, strip the team from H Wayne Highprofit, if it'll guarantee us a spot in the AFC Championship game next year(Hey reach high!! Remember the 10-6 prediction, Armando). I don't think it will. But when we are trying to win at least one freaking game, don't invent crap just to write a story because your angry you were lied to, or they didn't think you were inside enough to know.

3:21 PM  
Blogger Armando Salguero said...

Hey Raz, If you truly do work at The Herald, you could probably find out why I haven't written a column in two days and what story I'm working on now that will satisfy your inane curiousity.

That you are not aware of what I'm working on and can't ask anyone who does only tells me that while you may work at The Herald, YOU don't really know what's going on at your own workplace.

3:50 PM  
Anonymous Die Hard said...

You’re finally coming around, better late than never Armando.
I think the word I have been using since training camp is Disingenuous.
Cameron thinks he is really smart and we are all naive.
It doesn’t matter if you’re the President a Football Coach or a Journalist I know when I’m being Bull Shitted.
So I’ll say it again Cam Cameron is very disingenuous with the players, fans and the media.

Hopefuly Cameron will be gone before he has the chance to get rid of anymore good players or bring in anymore of his friends.

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, Raz, you don't like Armando that's clear. Myself, I have seen some of the same things you see, but I think Armando is coming around. Personally, Armando has been way too nice to the Dolphins establishment this year -- he is finally seeing the light and then you come on here jizzing all over the place complaining he has a "axe to grind." Does not add up.

4:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Raz ... if you do work for the Herald .. its not writing or anything journalistic!!

Not only do you run your ramblings into a huge blob so it can't be read ... no paragraphs or spacing.

Its full of "you", "they", "him", etc. Can't tell who your talking about????

4:13 PM  
Blogger David Hosten said...

I'm mad as hell. I became a Dolphin fan back in 1972, I was all of seven years old then. Years later I went to school in Melbourne, having moved to Florida from another country. I remained a Dolphin fan when I moved to England in 1985, and later when I moved to Canada years later. I'm still in Canada, but feel that my years of being a loyal fan are almost done. I want to back a winner. I don't want my orange and teal shirt to be taken for a joke. I vividly remember the greatness of Marino, and the pain of never winning the big one with him. Since then, its been years of increasing mediocrity. What's wrong with a win, and some pride. Can anyone really blame players who put their bodies on the line week after week, for wanting to go somewhere else to try their luck? I'm sorry and bitterly disappointed as a fan, and angry with the organization. Without Jason Taylor and Zach Thomas, I would not even watch the games anymore.

4:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

razo, always thought armando was a first-class ass kisser to cam and company...

what you been blowing?

4:20 PM  
Blogger Marc said...

Is there really a story so earth-shattering it takes 3 days to write? I mean, there's nothing left to say...Unless, of course, Cam is fired..

4:32 PM  
Anonymous Patrick said...

Give us a break Raz! We 0-12 working on the worst season in NFL history. If I was Cameron I would snap the head off any player, person, reporter, jackass that crossed my path. This man has no emotion! NFL football is emotion! All the players are good. It comes down to emotion. Cameron shouldn't even wait to be fired, he should respectfully step down. and today would be soon enough for me. I'm done with him.

4:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Raz has a point: Armando is playing to the mob mentality that perpetuates this message board, rather than being a responsible journalist.

In fact, Armando appears to relish the fact that he can stir up the ADD-addled bloggers demanding, in all-caps, that Cameron resign. Recently, he crowed about having the most-read blog, no?

Camerons' comments regarding the offense were misleading only if you assume, as Armando did, that Cameron claimed he had been calling the plays all the time from the beginning. Cameron made no such statment. His comments about Zach were entirely appropriate. How did he know whether Zach would be able to play next year? Do you, Armando? The question itself was obtuse.

A more mature, or responsible, journalist with an opportunity to blog as Armando does, could provoke more meaningful commentary. Instead, Armando plays to, and incites, the torches & pitchforks crowd.

OK Armando, mission accomplished. You've got a blog populated by the crowd you want. But you don't have me anymore. I'm done with this unprofessional nonsense.

6:01 PM  
Anonymous eli said...

If the idiots running the Dolphins these days let loose Zach Thomas, the fallout from that will be huge. Might as well tear out the heart and soul of the Dolphins while they at it.

6:39 PM  
Anonymous diaz the coach hater said...

Whao, Armando is really something. Armando, let me guess. We lose one or two more games and you will be here exclamating "let's fire the coach” too? Yeah baby, you are coming along just fine; too bad it took you this long, I've got to tell you that I'm disappointed with you. You should have express our agony with us long time ago about this piece of shit coach. Guess what! Now drink your own blood. I, however keep saying fire the coach and fire the non sense writer too!!!!!!! Wait even better. I should say... fire the regrettable blind non sense writer!!! how about that.

8:01 PM  
Anonymous Guiseppe from Oregon said...

will be nice to see if you post something CURRENT! Hmmmm...0-12 coach gets fired! WOW! Groundbreaking!

8:48 PM  
Anonymous Zod said...

Bill Arnsparger

Coaching Defensive Football

Page 354

"........I know from firsthand experienc that the action on the field is very different from the action in the coach's box upstairs. Today, it is interesting to see several head coaches take on a game day responsibility of offensive coordinator. Mike Holmgren is doing it in Green Bay, Lindy Infante did the same thing at Indianapolis, and Kevin Gilbride has recently accepted the role with the Chargers. They may have an assistant with the title, and I am sure they receive information from the coach's box (which we all need at times), but it is obvious that they are making the final decision on the play called. In the early years at Miami, Howard Schnellenberger and Coach Shula worked together in a similar manner."

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Guiseppe from Oregon said...

Armando, I'm curious...what do YOU grade Randy Mueller? seems that 8 of 10 of last years draft stuck w/ the team - do YOU say can him, or should we get another draft from him (yes, I know we're not going to fire him this late in the year - given your choice, what do you say?)

8:51 PM  
Anonymous dolfanman13 said...

This team is a mess...we need Bill Cowher. Maybe Dan can talk him into it during one of the commercial breaks of the pregame show.

9:28 PM  
Anonymous Die Hard/Vince said...

Obtuse…OBTUSE…what the hell is so obtuse about “Do you want Zack Thomas on the team next year?”

Anonymous must mean that Cameron’s Answers to the Questions are obtuse, because the questions are quite clear and precise to me or any reasonable person whose “stand-up” enough to give a straight answer.

Cameron can not give a straight answer only genuine people give genuine answers.
Cameron is not a genuine person and he will never be a genuine NFL head coach.
By the way Anonymous is not a genuine name.

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Paperbag head said...

There is no way that Cam should be back next year. Come on, who really believes that next year will be any different? Other teams are capable of a turnaround, but not this team. Plenty of teams bring on new talent and get instant production. Not the fins. They could have Tom Brady back there and would still find a way to suck.
Bring in Parcells as GM, and get Cowher to coach. It may take another year but at least they will have a direction for the team that takes us out of the gutter. I got an idea for Wayne to make a profit this year, start making officially licensed dolphins paper bags to sell at the games.

10:07 PM  
Anonymous arizonaFinFan said...

Who the hell would want to come to the Fins as a H.C. or G.M.? Nobody worth thier salt. This team has no depth, youth, or talent. Its going to take at least 2 more drafts before we can even hope for a winning season. We have been so mismanaged for so long, that the allure of southbeach has faded for the top free agents.This season has been on the horizon for a LONG TIME but everbody has stars in thier eyes when viewing the future. Here is reality knocking on the door. His message "we suck". it's time to get use to it cause it's gonna be a long cold winter for awhile.

11:47 PM  
Anonymous Ty - Aus said...

I totally agree with Raz' well written points of view. The writing of Armando has been below par for quite a while. Take that Ricky Williams piece last week which showed no objectivity whatsoever.
This blog also portrays a would be reporter who is clearly bitter about his lack of 'inside' information available to him forcing him to produce disgraceful pieces of writing.
The Herald would be better off without him.

12:30 AM  
Anonymous Ron said...

Mando is clearly just babbling whatever to incite you folks in the rambling and hitting the blog - just like I am now. He often gushes at how his blog is the most popular at the Heraldo. Big deal. Regarding his latest article, right, for some reason he thinks Cam is supposed to call him Saturday night with the inside scoop. And one last comment, Mando must have some bitter chip on his shoulder in general...lasts weeks dump on Ricky was about as unfair as one can be. A running back comes back to his first game in many months into a total mud slop field, has six carries before someone blatanly steps on him, and Mando immediately writes the guy off after only 6 carries. Under the circumstances, it was absolutey ludicrous to bash the guy on that. Mando, is by far the most immature and amateur sports writer out there.

1:04 AM  
Anonymous goosegg said...

Bring the BIG TUNA to MIAMI in 08!! Make him GM give him complete control, let him bring in his coaches and players. Simple really.

6:18 AM  
Anonymous MeatHead said...

To all you TunaHeads out there....give it up already...then man is RETIRED...and OLD...wake up!!! Cowher? If he hadn't finally one the big one after 15 years at it with a lot of talent, nobody would be screaming for him, in other words OVER-RATED.

6:28 AM  
Anonymous CC said...

- FLPD said...
So Mularkey is calling plays and the head coach is telling lies.

Sounds like December 2006 to me. -

Best comment on the blog. Kudos.

7:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From the articles that I've read of yours Armando, the man doesn't have a lot of reasons to tell YOU the truth. You have been beating down on him for months, and now you expect him to cozy up to you like a puppy and share his thoughts with you?

Quit fooling yourself. He probably likes you as much as you like him. Not one little bit...

7:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice worthless blog once again. Cam not calling the plays, so what the results are the same. Cam doesn't give a simple yes or no answer, ah, name one NFL coach that does MORON!!! I guess the fact you get paid to be a MORON shows some intelligence, because you have ZERO football intelligence.

7:26 AM  
Anonymous finheavenblows! said...

Armando, it makes me smile when I read know-nothing fans criticizing you for telling them the team sucks, but defend the team even though it sucks.

And, by the way, it's also funny how they read you every day so they can debate with you, criticize you and otherwise disagree with you. Basically they are very loyal to you -- which I guess is what you want.

Great blog.

9:35 AM  
Blogger H.C.D. said...

Whats the HUGE story, Armando? Its been three days since your last column. This had better be real good. Of course, you have us all curious....spit it out already!

Look, the team is winless, the coaching is staff is trying ANYTHING to create a spark, to get a win. I don't give a rat's behind who's calling the plays. Cameron, Mularkey, Green...they all have experience in designing, calling, and running plays. They are all pros.

The coaches call the plays and the players on the field have to execute the plays. The plays as drawn up work. You don't have a play that is named, "QB gets sacked and fumbles ball." Bottom line is that on Sunday, our WRs weren't getting open, which caused Beck to take too much time and get hit. Certainly doesn't help that when they DO get open, they drop the pass.

Last thing...some of you need to forget about this fascination with the Tuna and Cowher. They aren't coming.

I keep saying, if and when the Dolphins win another Superbowl, it will be with a coach who has never won a Superbowl before. History has shown that past superbowl winners cannot repeat their feat with a fresh team. You think we're gonna be the first? NO

9:39 AM  
Anonymous Trenton said...

Ron, this is a Dolphins blog. The subject for discussion is the Dolphins, not your hero Armando Salguero.

If you have something interesting to say about the Dolphins do so. It would be a first. But all you do is come on here to critique Mando. Get off it already. This blog is written by Mando, not about Mando.

Or did the guy slap you around sometime leaving you with a major psychological hangup about him?

9:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let me see ... half of you think Salguero is too easy on Cam Cameron, half of you believe he hates Cam Cameron.

Seems to me he's playing it right down the middle. That works for me.

9:44 AM  
Anonymous Raz sucks butt said...

I believe Raz read the comments on here taking him to school for being an idiot and decided to start posting anonymously.

Guess what Raz, anonymous posters are cowards!!!

My name is Phillip Levin and I live in Az. I'm listed but don't call me after 9 p.m.

9:51 AM  
Anonymous finheavenblows! said...

Hey Diaz, if you think the writer is so bad, why do you ALWAYS read him you jerk?

9:52 AM  
Anonymous Sanity Here said...

Wow, reading these posts makes me wonder about the people walking around our streets. Lots of anger out there.

Armando, I truly appreciate your insight and talent. You usually tell me something I didn't know about my team or bring a smile to my face. I still smile when I think of that conversation you posted about the fourth-and-1 call after the Philadelphia game.

Great job, bud. Merry Christmas!!!!!

9:55 AM  
Anonymous Ron said...


You are wrong. If you had the attention span at least of a house fly you would have recalled reading at the very top 'No subject is taboo'.

Anyway, its just a blog. Lighten up.

Your opinion is just one more turd in the toilet bowl. Try pressing flush once in awhile.

10:30 AM  
Blogger Mitchell said...

It's the reporters to ask tough questions and it's the coaches job to be evasive. Why is this so hard to get and why has this become news?

11:57 AM  
Anonymous Paul K said...

And again, another journalist who wants to run this team through the MEDIA! Armando, There ARE things that the general public does not NEED to know! Cma should not have to answer every question you ask...I do not want the opposing teams to know everything our staff does as well. Would you prefer Saban? Bellichick maybe?

12:17 PM  
Anonymous NJDolfan said...

I continue to be amazed at Cam's incompetence. I've rooted for the guy from the start, primarily since he was the anti-Nicktator.

It's become clear to be, though, that we've swung to the other extreme...a nice, homey, Midwestern guy. This and his delusional, perpetually Pollyanna perspective make him ill suited lead men in the unforgiving world of the NFL.

Cam and Nick do have one thing in common though-the ability to NOT answer a question (i.e. LIE). I must say, though, that I found Nick's non-answers to be vastly more entertaining with his ridiculous ramblings and (mis)use of the English language.

Bottom-line: Cam can't hack it as a head coach. He's got to be put out of his misery (and ours!).

12:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Somebody asked if we would prefer Belichick? Yes.

12:50 PM  
Anonymous Phins Fan in Exile said...

Since Sunday I have been routinely posting about why this experiment gone awry needs to be ground to a halt. To this end many people including Armando have branded my comments as not being on point. Hopefully, this is the clincher....

There is no sin in admiting a mistake, however, there is a huge problem when you keep on making them.

The Dolphins have a great opportunity to go out and hire Bill Cowher after this season is over and to not pull the string on this would be a HUGE mistake.

Hopefully, Cowher will be able to start the process of rebuilding this teams attitude as there is talent out there, and by using our unfortunately high draft status he could gain volume of picks (as in trading without looking at a sheet as Saban and Cameron have done in the past).

1:22 PM  
Anonymous MT Rick said...

1) Cowher has never said he wants to coach again -- saying "miami has an opportunity to get a great coach" is complete dogcrap at this point. HE RETIRED!

2) Ya, lets hire another new coach to come in again, replace 1/3 of the roster with his own guys again, and start over again.
Then when we go 2-14 next year, we can listen to "CAN COWHER -- TRY THE TUNA" next season....

There are definitely concerns about Cam -- but he's not a bust yet.
Do you think Cleveland regrets firing Bellichek? I bet they do.

I understand the emotions of this dreadful season, but lets try to use our brains, people. Another coaching change is not gonna help get the dolphins closer faster.

Give CamMueller another draft and another season. If things aren't significantly better a year from now, then you replace them.

2:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You people all crack me up. Thinking that anything you say here matters. All you're doing is keeping Slaguero in diapers and formula.

If there is an owner in the league who listens to the media, or fans, for the direction of their team, then that owner is a fool. Don't get so high on yourself to think that your opinion counts anywhere other than here on these blog pages.

Like most of you, the Herald seems to hate the Dolphins. I think they should move the team out of Miami. LA would probably welcome them eagerly, trash man at the top and all. O-16 too!

You people have no patience. That's your second biggest problem. Anger management is the first.

Just a fan

2:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is Wannstedt fault. He did the same thing to the bears. It took what 2 coaches and 7yrs to rebuild the mess. In fact you can blame Jimmy Johnson for this. He endorsed Wanny. After quiting on us of course. JJ forced Shula's retirement and promised every thing big and brought us shame instead. Its really to bad Saban didnt have enough patience for the NFL to stay the course cause that just set us back another 2 yrs. Cam and Mueller had a good draft. It would benifit us to stay a course. I love these phins always will. But the blame is the owners and the owners alone he allowed this all to happen by not staying the course. Do you really believe Shula would have let this happen???

3:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All these comments are just farts in the wind. Go read a book.

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Patrick said...

Hey "Just a fan" actually these blogs do have an impact but not directly. It was one of the posters on this blog who pointed out that Green was sending the plays to Beck, which started the whole play calling issue. And that is just one example.

Armando has even used the blog to formulate questions for Cameron. So there is an impact and the fans should have a voice, but to say we hate the Miami Dolphins is so far off base it might as well be in L.A. The emotion expressed here is certainly not out of hatred, it is purely from our love of this great franchise and our inability to cope with this terrible season.

Some of my rants here have saved my own sanity because I only follow one team in all of sports... The Miami Dolphins. When I was younger I watched every damn sport on TV, but I cannot devote that kind of time to it anymore. So yes, this blog is relevant. Yes my voice is heard, by you and by Armando and through him to the team. I agree it's no big deal but it makes me feel better.

3:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

At least Armando gets the juices flowing. If Cam were in New York, the media there would have tar and feathered him already.

3:19 PM  
Anonymous FLPD said...

Hey just a fan, remember that Wayne Huizenga requested suggestions from fans and media before the last coaching hire.

I go to games -- which I'm sure you don't based on your ignorance -- and the Dolphins ask me to fill out opinion surveys all the time. So they care what I think. They open phone lines on radio shows both on the internet and the air waves.

So if you think forums like this don't matter to them, you are clearly uninformed.

3:19 PM  
Anonymous Sanity Here said...

Armando kicks ass and takes names! And he's fair, which I imagine is really hard to do when you're dealing with a winless product.

3:21 PM  
Blogger Marc said...

Must be one helluva story you're workin' on Mandy...

3:21 PM  
Anonymous Paul K said...

NOW I know what that loud popping noise was!

It was the sound of two days suction build up releasing when Armando pulled his head from his arse.

The team does not revolve around you or the media Armando. Much of what goes on is not public information to you or the fans.

5:16 PM  
Anonymous Coach Cameron said...

Armando, forgive me for not calling you Saturday evening before the game with the complete game plan. It just slipped my mind. I'm sure had you a chance to look it over, your constructive criticism would have been the key to turn that brownbagger into a win. If you have some time Saturday, c'mon over to my house. I'd like to get your opinion on some film I am looking at. I'm thinking this week maybe you can run the offense and in exchange I'll take over the blog on Sunday. I realize now from reading your blogs you are far more knowledgeable in offensive coordinating, and myself, well I wrote for the high school newspaper once and I was pretty good at it.

6:26 PM  
Anonymous special needs coach said...

time for a new post, mando. this thread is boring and filled with flame. how's chatman looking for sunday? maybe you can tell us how cam is preparing for the buffalo weather, which is forecast to be 31 degrees with heavy snow changing over to ice in the afternoon/evening.

10:19 PM  
Anonymous Raz said...

Last comment for Armando. I do work at the Herald, just not in the newsroom. I could call and ask if they could tell me the story your working on. Or we could sit down and have a cup of coffee and talk about it. I know alot of what goes on at the Herald, just not what every reporter or person is doing. Looking forward to your story. Hope it knocks some socks off. I hope its better than this blog and the Ricky story.
One last note for the gent from Arizona...I didn't go anonymous. I was just busy doing other things. I do agree with you about anyone who posts anonymous. You got something to say.

1:58 AM  
Anonymous Sanity Here said...

Razzie, it is you're not your. Please learn English.

1:26 PM  
Anonymous My name is finheaveblows like my self said...

finheavenblows! said...
Hey Diaz, if you think the writer is so bad, why do you ALWAYS read him you jerk?

That's the intention of this blog genius, so people like me and (you "RETARD") can express their opinions, ideas, what went wrong in the last game you Genius. Want to know why I read his articules? Is because and I love pointing out how bad of a writer he is and I love blasting him each and everytime I can you. "DICK HEAD"

8:59 PM  
Anonymous Armando Salguero said...

Hey thanks finheavenblows. I appreciate that. Now you can come and blow me!!!

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Scott Y. said...

In addition to going after Bill Cowher to be the head coach and Bill Parcells to be the general manager and hiring Jimmy Johnson as a talent evaluator for the NFL draft, I think it would be a good idea to go back to the old Miami Dolphins helmet logo and uniforms from the early 1970's to bring some nostalgic good fortune back to this once proud franchise.

3:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think any coach in Cam's position would have handled the Zach Thomas questions any differently.

7:32 PM  
Anonymous Fintastic said...

Fintastic said...
A losing team, loses fans, corporate sponsers and most importantly money.

The team needs a coach and more money to get better players, better management, etc... soo... I say we give reality tv a chance. Get a show going. A coaching contest with the grand prize of a season head or assistant coaching position with the team. ANYONE who can do the job should apply. What do we have to lose? Chances are we might find some average joe who can do a better job then the last 3 "so called professionals". I've seen better volunteer pop warner football coaches then Cam. At least it would give us fans something good to watch during the off season!

3:27 PM  

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