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Thursday, May 08, 2008

Patriots cheated on Dolphins offense also

[For all of you that consistently criticize me but nonetheless come to this blog more often than you sit down to eat, I am announcing this is my final blog entry. More on that later.]
Today we are going to discuss the fact that the Patriots, cheaters and champions that they are, have been further busted by the NFL.
As you know, they were fined $750,000 as an organization, had to forfeit a first-round pick this year, and coach Bill Belichick was fined $500,000 for taping the defensive signals of other teams.
Seems they also stole opponents' offensive signals, too.
At least they stole the Dolphins offensive signals, according to a report by USA Today.
Among the tapes delivered by former New England video employee Matt Walsh to the NFL is a tape marked to indicate it contains the Miami Dolphins' offensive signals from an Oct. 7, 2001 game against the Patriots.

"One of the tapes is labeled that way. Until we review it, we don't know what's there," NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told the newspaper.

It remains to be seen if the NFL will further cite the Patriots for this latest example of how that team trampled league rules against taping opponents. When it originally spanked the Patriots last season, the league noted the punishment was for videotaping opponents' defensive signals, never mentioning offensive signals.

By the letter of Commissioner Roger Goodell's statement, the taping of offensive signals was not included in that punishment. So further punishment seems in order if the Patriots indeed gained a competitive advantage in that game and others as a result of taping offensive signals.

Taping of signals is considered to be an advantage in an ensuing game, generally after coaches have had time to study the signals. In the best case scenario, the Patriots could have gained an advantage in the second half, after studying Miami's offensive signals at halftime.

The problem is the Patriots lost the Oct. 7 game 30-10 so no amount of cheating could really have helped them. They did win the rematch on Dec. 22, 2001, 20-13, but the thing that killed the Dolphins that game was, well, the Dolphins.
Lamar Smith fumbled at the 2 yard line, ending Miami's hopes for one score. Jed Weaver caught a pass for 19 yards and fumbled, ending another drive. Both Pat Surtain and Sam Madison drew crucial penalties inside the Miami 25 yard line that led to New England points. And Ed Perry fumbled a kickoff that led to a field goal.

So did the Patriots (and their pictured cheerleaders) cheat? Probably.

But did the Dolphins lose because of it? Didn't look that way.

[I want to say good-bye as this will be my last post on My blogs will now move to! What does that mean to me? It means The Herald is going to start making money off this blog because there will be ads about the site. For you, it means nothing. I remain in your lives! But I figured it was a chance to mess with your heads a little.]


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mando you suck! i'm first

10:14 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

Let me guess, you got another job. Huh, I wonder how you got the job?

10:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

People check out your blog because of an addiction to football and especially a favorite team. I check every site I know for info on the fins. Honestly look at how the fan base has turned on you. Are so many people crazy or have you managed to piss people off because of your negativity. Negative blogs lead to negative's not hard to understand. Basically,get over yourself! We are interested in the parts that come after your jab. NOT YOU!

10:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are a clown and you whine like a little girl. Listen, you can have your morally pure 1-15 season loser. "We went 1-15 but we earned it, so there!"

I WANT TO WIN AND I DON'T CARE HOW. Leave the football to the MEN and I'll leave you to your pure 1-15... and crying and moaning.

The Dolphins and the rest of the NFL will continue to pay for your insolence!

19-0 in 2008! COUNT ON IT!

10:40 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

I have no problem with you personally, you just come off like you are really a cooler guy than you are. You have a higher opinion of yourself than you should have. People come to the Herald & the sentienel to see updated Dolphin news. They don't come to Armando, to find out something about the Dolphins. Geez. Give it a break. You spend 10 minutes every other day writing "Who do think will start at QB this year?" & "I think we should Draft Mcfadden" & you think you should win should writing award.

10:50 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

Just a point on the Cheaters. I'm sure there is going to a hundred articles that come out & says "Walsh didn't have the goods" & "the patriots were cleared." He gave them tapes showing that not only were they cheating, taping defensive signals but also that they were taping the offensive signals. He also gave proof that this has been done for 8 straight years. So, who cares whether he taped the walk through of the rams game. He stole all the plays on Offense & Defense & by halftime knew what play on both sides of the ball was going to take place before it happened. No, that's not cheating. There in the clear!!!!!

11:03 PM  
Anonymous WAFINFAN said...


As you know, I am a fan of your and look forward to reading more of your blogs. Thanks for keeping us in the know during the off season.

11:06 PM  
Anonymous NC FinFan said...

Hey Mando. You must have tough skin. Hey I like the job you're doing and you're a good writer. Thanks.

11:10 PM  
Anonymous Sunnunu said...

Let's be honest, Armando wipes his ass with Steve's opinion and the opinions of anonymous dorks that give him advice or tell him why they don't love him.

Can we just get about the business of appreciating that this is the best source of Dolphins information and move on.

For the record, I think you're doing a fine job, Armando.

11:23 PM  
Anonymous Trenton said...

I don't care what other people say. One of the things I love about Mando is he hates the Patriots.

12:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry to hear that you are done with this blog. Ignore the jerks. You were a great source for insight.

12:36 AM  
Anonymous Stan the Caddy said...

Wow!!! You messed with my mind about not blogging anymore. You're such a tool.

1:13 AM  
Anonymous Doyle said...


Just ignore all these ill-mannered's simply an outgrowth of the internet. Find almost any series of posts on the net (any subject!) and chances are you'll find people aggressively using insulting language (that they'd never use in person, of course) towards each other. I think it's a sickness.

I'm on a several Dolphins sites every day (why am I obsessed with a team that brings me so much pain?) and your blog is my favorite destination.

3:40 AM  
Blogger Rob said...

While I don't agree with many of your opinions (Especially the one intimating you are more intelligent than any of your readers), I respect your right to them, and won't participate in the Childish insults that several people seem to enjoy here. I would like to see more insider content, not just vague gossip, and opinion, but we get what we get, and go from there. All in all I can say one incredibly positive thing about you. You are not LeBatard. lol. I don't think I have ever agreed with that guy, beyond the fact that I would love to see us win more games.

3:58 AM  
Anonymous Does the name really matter? said...

Adds? Is that how they taught you to spell it at the U?

4:28 AM  
Anonymous FinFaninGA said...

Mando.. I've told you before people who like you read your blog to see what you have to say next, and those who don't like you read your blog for the same reason. I just hope that if the Herald is getting paid for your blogs now, that you do too!! Keep up the good work buddy, I'll keep reading

6:29 AM  
Anonymous harri cane said...

U the Mando

I agree with FinFaninGA, good work and don't let these lil pissers get to ya. You do a fine job and I crave the info. Could do without the buttheads comments, but I guess its a free world. Keep 'em rolling !

6:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are a couple of incidents that indicated they were cheating. Teddy Bruschis interception of Dan Marino in a wild card game. And another Bruschi interception two years ago at the Dolphin 2 yard line, that he ran in for a touchdown.

Bruschi knew the plays being called. He just had to step into the hole. He didn't even go into coverage on a third and seven. He stepped exactly into the hole just as the ball was being thrown. Timed! And it was a third and 3 at the Dolphins 40. A middle linebacker is watching for a run or tracking someone out of the backfield not stepping neatly into a hole for an interception.

Do they have the 20-3 halftime lead if they didn't cheat? That is the question.

What really bugged me the most is that the Dolphins coaching staff didn't see it. I seen it right in front of me. The Patriots knew the plays being called. Jimmy Johnson was running around with his head up his ass.

But give Saban credit, he got the Patriots back and returned the favour by timing their play calling in New England when they shut them out the next year.

I am surprised that the Herald did sell ads on this before. You must have a bunch of lame brains running the show on their. The blogs are the most fun part of a newspaper. Everthing else is just the same old crapola. Crooked politician, murdering theives, gang bangers and crappy articles about nothing.

Kevin in Halifax

7:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Armondo - You have proven that you can get reaction..At the end of the day..This is what we need...I would be really bored if it was just...objective reporting..I am not interested in talking heads..I enjoy your opinion..don't always agree..but..that's what a blog is for...Some of these heads just dont't get it...Go Phins..and Kudos to you...Keep it it up!!

7:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

great (as in sucks) now I won't be able to access the blog from work! typepad is blocked by my admin!

7:49 AM  
Anonymous Jay-Mo said...

Mando ... you suck!
I just started faithfully reading your blog about nine months upon my first-ever visit to Miami and the Dolphins training camp (vacation). Being a Pennsylvanian, I don't get a lot of Fins info or even television coverage. I'm stuck in Steeler country, and I've battled against that for 25 years of my 30 years of life.
I really thought you were gone. You've given me so much inside info I can pass along to my friends, allowing me to win more sports arguments. Thanks for your help and keep up the work, and please, no more jokes about you leaving ...

8:15 AM  
Anonymous B-Man said...

Name the five NFL teams with a cat as their mascot.

Carolina Panthers
Cincy Bengals
Detroit Lions
Jacksonville Jags

8:46 AM  
Anonymous B-Man said...

Oh yeah I forgot
The New England Cheatahs

(Perfectville - pop. 1)

8:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well I guess then every frickin' team in the NFL must have been video tapping the Dolphin's Signals, because they couldn't score on anyone.

8:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Final Blog you say! I am so happy that Cote finally won the political battle at the Herald and had you fired. I have heard some vicious rumors that he hates you like poison. What did you ever do to that old man?

9:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Aramando, when I read your comment I thought maybe you were caving to all the morons on here. My heart sank. For all you people who don't like what the man has to say, why do you read it? Why don't you find something else to do rather than take pot-shots at the man.

9:17 AM  
Anonymous NomdePlame said...

Ha Ha.

Half the illiterates who come here to 'read' what Armando has to say, don't read what he has to say.

Read the last paragraph, morons.

Welcome back, Armando :)

9:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


you said

"The problem is the Patriots won that game, 20-13, but they had a 20-3 lead at halftime. In the second half, after the Patriots would have had their best opportunity to pick up Miami's signals, the Dolphins still outscored New England, 10-0.
The thing that killed the Dolphins that game was, well, the Dolphins.
Lamar Smith fumbled at the 2 yard line, ending Miami's hopes for one score. Jed Weaver caught a pass for 19 yards and fumbled. Both Pat Surtain and Sam Madison drew crucial penalties that led to New England points. And Ed Perry fumbled a kickoff that led to a field goal."

but the dolphins actual won that game ... by a BLOW OUT Pats 10 - Dolphins 30

My Point is that I don't think this is a big ideal. These teams get all the information on tapes already. They have videos and videos of teams. What else could they pick up?

I think it still comes to making plays.
But can you double check the score? You blog confused me a bit.


9:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mando, give us some info on the Dolphins and the lockerroom. Who is in there working late. Who is not. Who can bench the most on the team. Things you would never read about anywhere else. Use your sources!!

Thanks man

9:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yhea goblin get your facts straight. The Dolphins won that game 30-10. What kind of journalist are you? You do know that people only read your blog becuase they fiend Dolphins football, Mickey Mouse could write a blog about the Dolphins and if he worked for the Herald, people would read it. We actually really miss Jason Cole.

9:32 AM  
Blogger LaQuin said...

Hey Armando
LOL with the whole 'this is my last blog post'. Your hater fans must've spit coffee onto their keyboards after that one! Hey, I surely don't agree with everything you say, but I don't despise you as some of these posters seem to. If I really disagree then I'll comment on it. If you just depress me because I've had enough doom and gloom, I'll read your blog's title before entering. Ha Ha. Must protect myself, man. You do have a tendency towards 'doomsayer' and I think that's why some folks label you as 'negative'.

I'm just mostly glad that there's something to read about my precious Fins, especially during these off times. Keep writing man. I'll keep reading. Unless the title of your blog gives me anxiety indigestion. LOL Peace out Armando.

9:33 AM  
Anonymous CasonJole said...

Wow! The Herald will make money off of the blog? Sounds great!

Maybe you(Herald)should try something similar for the Q&A Forum with Jeff Darlington. Say the sponsor pays $10.00 for every question that Jeff answers. That would be...ummm....maybe an extra $100.00 bucks a year in the Herald's pocket. Way to go Jeff! Great job! Jay Fiedler would be proud.

9:39 AM  
Blogger Arturo said...

Regardless of the results of their spying, it was wrong and against the rules. I wish the press would've been more critical of the Patriots. They were cheaters and everybody should keep an eye on the Patriots all the time to avoid any more cheating from them.

9:44 AM  
Blogger Patrick said...

You had me about being your last blog. I don't even read the comments anymore because it usually is something negative about you. Me personally if I don't like the blogger I don't read it but I guess people love to hate on others.

9:49 AM  
Anonymous Stav said...

Hey Armando, I don't get it. I read the NYTimes, the WashPost, and daily and each of them house their own blog and interactive content.

Why is Knight Ridder (McClatchy, whatever) not getting how this "newfangled" media works? Is Sen. Ted Stevens running your operations?

One more thing. I know that you guys know that Dolphin coverage is what drives traffic....make it more prominent and have continuous fresh content like Omar up the street or Reiss' Pieces. My dad is on the KR pension, I need you guys to bring the (and other KR sites) to life.

10:02 AM  
Anonymous Patrick said...

With the plays being called in via the helmet receiver, it makes me wonder exactly what signals they were stealing? Are these audibles or what? It doesn't make sense...

Not that I'm defending the Patsies, I hope they lose more draft picks. Don't fine them, take the picks. In the long run that hurts them worse. But I still don't understand what they would be stealing.

10:02 AM  
Anonymous CasonJole said...

Since the beginning of the year, Jeff Darlington has answered a total of 72 questions. That works out to .55 questions answered per day. WHY EVEN HAVE IT???!!!

Jeff Darlington is to Jason Cole as Ray Lucas is to Dan Marino.

As far as Armando, like him or hate him, at least he keeps up his blog and gets people talking.

10:02 AM  
Blogger doug collin said...

stealing the dolphins signals now would be a grave mistake as any nfl team would get overconfident and think they could destroy a junior high school offense by just showing up. i think this whole thing was overblown. note to moron spector, senator pa, gas is 400 a gallon, screw the pats and fix the oil and gas prices.

10:24 AM  
Blogger Blind Mind said...

Hate to tell you pal but the tapes Walsh turned in were nothing the league hadnt seen already. All the Patriots haters will continue to cry "cheaters!" but the bottom line is that your team is doing the same goddamn thing. If it were really "cheating" would they have lost the games against the Dolphins? I doubt it. Keep crying about it though. Maybe the Pats will come to Miami and Brady will throw another 6 TDs on your sad excuse of a football team and then watch as all the bandwagon fans jump ship.

Worst sports city EVER.

10:27 AM  
Anonymous london calling said...

I fell for it ... for about a minute. I read your opening and couldn't really concentrate on the Pats stuff. Then I read the close and realized you're joshing.

Funny guy, you craphead. I don't know what I'd do without this blog. It is a great source of information, debate, and even comedy.

I'm relieved you're still going to be doing it.


10:45 AM  
Anonymous hari cane said...

fat chance....blind mindless, read your own rag. tell brady to wear a cup this year to hide his pee stains as our defense pounds his girlie arse.

10:50 AM  
Blogger Armando Salguero's brother said...

Hey bro, I got your message but it was late, so I didn't call you back. Sure, I would be happy to keep up my refresh-hitting game for you once you make the move to a new blog. And yes, I'd love to buy some ads so it makes it look like people are interested in buying ads on your new blog. See you this weekend.

11:17 AM  
Anonymous CT. PATS FAN said...






11:19 AM  
Anonymous Salguero's brother's wife said...

How is it Armando is so GIFTED in many areas and you are so not?

11:21 AM  
Anonymous Jackson said...

Blind Mind, ur a douche. A 1-15 team can be forgotten. And Parcells is leading them in the right direction to do just that. But going undefeated and losing the big one. That will be remembered forever. The 2007 Patriots are the biggest dissapointment in sports history and all of us in Miami are laughing are asses off.

11:22 AM  
Anonymous Hate the Patriots said...

Armando hates the Patriots. The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

11:58 AM  
Blogger Armando Salguero's brother said...

You be quiet, woman. Get in the kitchen and make me some arroz con pollo. I can't help it if God gave me the, uh, short side of the stick. Now stop bugging me. I'm trying to set a new refresh-button world record today.

11:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Armando, I love the way you get a rise out of people, it baffles me why people act such like idiots but since they do I enjoy when you mess with their minds, keep up the good work I enjoy any info you provide about the dolphins

12:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Walsh took money from the Patriots organization to not turn in the one tape that would have buried the Patriots - The Rams tape. The tapes that were given were allowed to be given because that was not anything new. The Rams tape probably went for millions; which was Walsh's real reason for not coming forward with the tapes sooner and making the NFL wait months for the tapes. Comeon, Walsh had nothing to gain by giving those tapes to the NFL and alot of money to gain by giving the Rams tape to the Patriots. Wake up everyone. There was alot of dealing that took place.

1:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope the Herald takes some of the ADVERTISING money and spends it on hiring people who change the frickin stories/pics that are 2 weeks old on the Dolphins page. You guys are really sucking when it comes to engaging us and changing the look a little. You want more $ ? Well, consider your audience not the adverts.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Do you think the Dolphins might pick up Roy Williams from Dallas ?


2:21 PM  
Blogger Armando Salguero said...

Thank you Carl.

Ramsterone, I have already been looking into this. I am told Roy Williams has had a lot of trouble fitting into the 3-4 scheme. I mean any 3-4 scheme, including the one used by Bill Parcells.

The guy struggles to stay with tight ends or anybody coming out of the backfield. He seems best suited, and had has best years, in the 4-3 scheme the Cowboys used before Parcells went to Dallas.

Having said that, the Cowboys added Dave Campo to serve as secondary coach this year and it seems hard to fathom they will give up on Williams without giving Campo a chance to work with him.

2:47 PM  
Blogger Blind Mind said...

hari cane - Youll be extremely lucky if the Dolfags go 7-9 this year. Heck, Id even say 6-10 would be a miracle season. Glad the Dolfags drafted a OL with the #1 pick when they have no QB for him to protect.

Jackson - Going 19-0 and being the most dominant offense the league has ever seen will be how the '07 Pats will be remembered. Yes, not winning the SB will be part of that memory, and a crappy part at that, but its a mere scratch on a near-perfect season. You act like youve seen teh Dolfags win a SB before, which I doubt you have. Whatever helps you sleep at night, pal. The only laughing you douchebags should be doing is at Jason Taylor as he frolics around like a queer on TV. Talk about a disappointment.

2:55 PM  
Blogger 407PhinPhan said...

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4:01 PM  
Blogger 407PhinPhan said...

It's amazing that the New England area has some of the top schools in the country (M.I.T, Harvard, and Yale) yet has some of the most ignorant and stupid sports fans in the country. Just six or seven years ago, Boston was so desperate to celebrate a championship, that they threw a parade for Ray Borque when he finally won a Stanley Cup.... with the Avalanche!!! I don't care what you say, the city of Miami has two less championships than BeanTown over the last ten years. You would think they've won in every sport every year.....

4:07 PM  
Anonymous hari cane said...

blind mindless,

let's not talk about who was where and when. u have no obvious reason to tell the guys here what you think of our football club. i have been a dolfan since '69 when you probably were not even born (if you ever were).

and you can stay away from comments about us U grads as well, i.e., mando and us real men ! you are just jealous because you got kicked off your pop warner team and some of us have RINGS!

there is nothing wrong about being proud, through thick and thin when it comes to your passion. just keep your negative comments about dolfin fans between you and your boyfriends up in brown-town.

4:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Armando I thought you were outta here! I was reading the blog but not even paying attention because I was thinking about why you were leaving. So I was thinking that the Herald was going to lose a lot of customers including me, based on the popularity of this blog. Why would they let you leave or change your position? And then I saw the last statement and laughed. You got me! I'm glad your staying and I'm looking forward to some good back and forth with you and everyone else in here under the new format. Also Belichick is a cheat and a liar and a disgrace to the NFL.There recent success will always be tainted. NYScott

5:45 PM  
Blogger doug collin said...

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6:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good riddance !!!

6:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you to all the Patriots fans that come in here and make the MIAMI DOLPHIN blog even more popular. Thank you for caring so much about what Dolphin fans think that you are willing to spend your time reading numerous posts that contain our opinions.(Spoken in that dumbass boston accent-->) WOW, You are wicked retarded! Good luck ya cheating Massholes. NYScott

6:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also to blindman cheatriots fan. "Everyone's doing it" is the most moronic argument you could use. Why didn't everyone lose their first round pick? Why wasn't every coach fined half a million dollars? Why wasn't every owner fined a quarter million? Everyone is doing it but the Patriots are the only ones dumb enough to get caught? Do you really want to go with that assesment? You taped our defensive AND Offensive signals and we STILL beat you 30- 10, and we had Dave freakin WanSTACHE as a coach! You and your cheating Patriots are a pathetic joke. Being out of the playoffs for seven years is nothing compared to what your cheating team had to endure for decades. You were losers then and only became good when your coach decided to start cheating. Be proud. NYScott

7:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Woops, I mean Jimmy J. Hard to keep track with the revolving door. NYScott

7:12 PM  
Blogger Eric L said...

This has nothing to do with this blog but espn just reported that the packers just cut WR Koren Robinson. What is everyones feelings as to if the Dolphins should pick him up? I think he is a talented WR and might need a fresh start so why not take a chance on him? Let me know what you all think....

9:25 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

QB Flacco makes solid first impression with Ravens

"The one pass he threw to Mark, I think it was 50 yards down the field in the air, and he put it on target," wide receiver Derrick Mason said. "The way he commanded the huddle, I think that speaks volumes for him. He's got to continue to do that. I think the more and more he's out there, the more and more he's around the guys, he'll get used to everybody and be more confident."

Chad Henne was terrible in practice today. He struggled with his accuracy and was seemingly tired because his sideline throws had very little gas on them.

Oh, no tell me we didn't blow it on another QB.

9:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dolphins actual record this year should be 2-14, yeah it sucks but it should be like that... and I will never forget what they did against Joe Gibbs and the Redskins: 52-7, Bellichick left Brady in the 4th quarter of that game when he should have taken him out way before that. 6 of the 16 scores last season were either of 30 or more points, yes, I know they played really bad teams like the Dolphins, but isn't that suspicious?

10:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the hard work Mando.

Ignore the haters, they've obviously got some serious personal issues.

Some of you make me sick.

12:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Boston: City of Champions

Patriots in the 21st Century:
Most wins: 100
Most Division Championships: 6
Most Conference Championships: 4
Most Super Bowl victories: 3

Boston Red Sox in 21st Century:
Most Conference Championship Series: 3
Most World Series: 2
Most WS wins without a loss: 8

Boston Celtics:


Nuff said!


Love, New England

12:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a weather prediction for the city of Miami: Continued Boston Reign!!

12:38 AM  
Anonymous 6bucks7games said...

Couldnt resist teasin us huh Mando?Glad to see you are going to still be bloggin.Note to Blind mind..19-0??Your comment about loosing to the Giants being only a scratch on your record was hilarious...kind of like the character in Monte Python and the Holy Grail who said it was only a flesh wound after he got his arm chopped off.You lost the Super Bowl pal,thats how the '07 Cheatriots are going to be remembered.

7:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank's Armando,

Your right,if he's bad there in the 3-4 he would be bad here in the 3-4.


11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

-You had me going big guy, right to wherever you were headed so I could read more of your stuff.

Thanks for hating the Pats.

11:12 AM  
Anonymous salguero's brother's wife said...

Hay, papi chulo I liked you more before you developed this refresh-button fetish.

Can't you use your finger for more engaging activities?

11:17 AM  
Blogger doug collin said...

We have oil selling for 126 dollars a barrel and gas at 4 dollars a gallon and schmucks like pa senator spector want to screw around with the walsh tapes. Armando and the nfl, there are more important things in life. The reason the pats win is that they are superbly coached and have exceptional players, duh!

12:21 PM  
Blogger 407PhinPhan said...

There's a better chance of the Dolphins winning a Super Bowl than any team lead by Kevin GarNOT winning a championship.

1:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was right the first time, it was Wanny in 2001. We were tied with New England at 11-5 and NE won the tie breaker and got a first round bye as we had to play the Ravens and lost. NE went on to win the superbowl. BUT, if they hadn't been illegally videotaping offensive and defensive signals that year who knows what would have happened. Belichick is a cheat! NYScott

1:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"It means The Herald is going to start making money off this blog because there will be adds about the site."

For a writer you dont spell very well, eh? Since you likely slept through your English courses, here is a refresher - "Ad" is short for advertisement, "Add" is to put two or multiple things together.

3:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read a real good blog about Jason Taylor and Bill parcells. After reading it i changed my whole view on Tuna. check it out

6:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read the article (by Mark Grey) about Taylor and Parcells. First off, the guy is a terrible writer. Second his opinion is immature and short sighted. "This Parcells tough guy act is starting to get old". I didn't realize that all of these years Parcells was just acting and not really being himself, he should win an oscar. Then the hack goes on to say, "make no mistake about it, the guy knows football and can coach it as well as anyone who has ever lived, it's the way he handles things I don't agree with". Whhhaaat?! He is a proven winner so doesn't that make "the way he handles things" a proven way to get results? Then he goes on to complain about how he "ran Emmitt Smith out of town" like he should have kept an older RB during a rebuilding phase. He dumped salary and got younger players that are now in their prime which is why Dallas is one of the best teams in the league. But somehow Grey thinks that was a bad move. This was the best, there was much more to pick apart but I will leave it at this. "Who is he to tell Taylor he is stuck somewhere"? He's the boss right? Parcells is doing what is best for the MIAMI DOLPHINS and Jason Taylor is (and I don't blame him) doing what is best for Jason Taylor. I will be a Dolphin fan for life so I'm going to have to side with Tuna on this one. When Jason leaves he will leave us with some great PAST memories but when Parcells leaves, hopefully he leaves us with a great FUTURE on a path to the superbowl. I'll say this, the article made me laugh because I realized that any wannabe with a PC can now start a website and call themselves a writer. NYScott

9:21 PM  

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