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    First Allen gives up a 90 yard TD, and now Ryan Mundy gives up what will probably be the game losing score.

    So, they are equal opportunity fubars, not just when they are wearing the B&G.


    We got our "6-PACK" - time to work on a CASE!

    HERE WE GO STEELERS, HERE WE GO!

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    c'mon guys. ike's one of the best cover guys in football. and troy is arguably the best defensive player in the game. both those guys can help us win now even during the rebuild. ben + troy are capable of carrying this team to a championship if they stay healthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SidSmythe View Post
    Mike Wallace was unhappy today according to an ESPN.com report. wouldn't talk to reporters. said "ask coach" .....Coach said they double covered him over the top. Poor Mikey can't get deep every play!!
    On the other hand, MW's teammate had a great day catching 9 balls for over 100 yds. .... poor Mikey.... highest paid decoy in the NFL...

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    Report: WR Mike Wallace unhappy

    Updated: September 8, 2013
    By James Walker | ESPN.com

    CLEVELAND -- Mike Wallace, the Miami Dolphins' $60 million wide receiver, was unhappy after Sunday's season-opening victory over the Cleveland Browns, according to a newspaper report.

    Wallace had one reception for 15 yards in his Miami debut, a 23-10 victory. He was targeted five times by quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

    "I don't feel like talking," Wallace told the Miami Herald while on his way out of the locker room.

    When another reporter pressed Wallace by asking about the game plan, the receiver said, "I don't feel like talking about it. Ask Coach."

    The Herald said Wallace was visibly angry immediately after the game and was escorted off the field by Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland.

    Tannehill said Cleveland doubled Wallace for much of the game, which allowed Brian Hartline (nine receptions, 114 yards) and Brandon Gibson (seven receptions, 77 yards) to have big games.

    "I think they did a lot of things to take [Wallace] away," Tannehill said. "They clouded him and put a guy over the top. It's frustrating for him and our offense, as well. We want to give him the ball, and he's going to play a big factor in this offense the rest of the year. Today just wasn't the day for him."

    The Dolphins signed Wallace to a five-year contract in the offseason. He was one of the top-rated players in free agency.

    [URL]http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/9652386/report-mike-wallace-miami-dolphins-not-happy-usage-win[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    Report: WR Mike Wallace unhappy

    Updated: September 8, 2013
    By James Walker | ESPN.com

    CLEVELAND -- Mike Wallace, the Miami Dolphins' $60 million wide receiver, was unhappy after Sunday's season-opening victory over the Cleveland Browns, according to a newspaper report.

    Wallace had one reception for 15 yards in his Miami debut, a 23-10 victory. He was targeted five times by quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

    "I don't feel like talking," Wallace told the Miami Herald while on his way out of the locker room.

    When another reporter pressed Wallace by asking about the game plan, the receiver said, "I don't feel like talking about it. Ask Coach."

    The Herald said Wallace was visibly angry immediately after the game and was escorted off the field by Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland.

    Tannehill said Cleveland doubled Wallace for much of the game, which allowed Brian Hartline (nine receptions, 114 yards) and Brandon Gibson (seven receptions, 77 yards) to have big games.

    "I think they did a lot of things to take [Wallace] away," Tannehill said. "They clouded him and put a guy over the top. It's frustrating for him and our offense, as well. We want to give him the ball, and he's going to play a big factor in this offense the rest of the year. Today just wasn't the day for him."

    The Dolphins signed Wallace to a five-year contract in the offseason. He was one of the top-rated players in free agency.

    [URL]http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/9652386/report-mike-wallace-miami-dolphins-not-happy-usage-win[/URL]
    baaaahaaaaahaaaaa

    Seriously though, I don't ever remember Wallace not running by double coverage to get open deep. In fairness to him, he probably was open, but Tannehill never looked his way based on the presnap read.

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    What a selfish player. His teammates wouldn't have had the game they did if the Browns hadn't put as much effort into stopping him as they did. I'd take the W over the stats anyday. he already has his payday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    Report: WR Mike Wallace unhappy

    Updated: September 8, 2013
    By James Walker | ESPN.com

    CLEVELAND -- Mike Wallace, the Miami Dolphins' $60 million wide receiver, was unhappy after Sunday's season-opening victory over the Cleveland Browns, according to a newspaper report.

    Wallace had one reception for 15 yards in his Miami debut, a 23-10 victory. He was targeted five times by quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

    "I don't feel like talking," Wallace told the Miami Herald while on his way out of the locker room.

    When another reporter pressed Wallace by asking about the game plan, the receiver said, "I don't feel like talking about it. Ask Coach."

    The Herald said Wallace was visibly angry immediately after the game and was escorted off the field by Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland.

    Tannehill said Cleveland doubled Wallace for much of the game, which allowed Brian Hartline (nine receptions, 114 yards) and Brandon Gibson (seven receptions, 77 yards) to have big games.

    "I think they did a lot of things to take [Wallace] away," Tannehill said. "They clouded him and put a guy over the top. It's frustrating for him and our offense, as well. We want to give him the ball, and he's going to play a big factor in this offense the rest of the year. Today just wasn't the day for him."

    The Dolphins signed Wallace to a five-year contract in the offseason. He was one of the top-rated players in free agency.

    [URL]http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/9652386/report-mike-wallace-miami-dolphins-not-happy-usage-win[/URL]
    Good riddance. What a clown, crying after his first game with his new team. Hey Mickey, your team won! I know that doesn't matter to you, but you have to pretend it does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradshawsHairdresser View Post
    Same thing as Troy. If we were truly rebuilding, why not cut Ike and his big salary loose, and use the $ to re-sign Keenan Lewis and maybe some O-line help?
    No one in the f o ever said we were rebuilding IIRC.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    W Colon having himself a nice game as right guard on Jets line against Pats. Why again were the Steelers not interested in keeping Willie at guard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
    W Colon having himself a nice game as right guard on Jets line against Pats. Why again were the Steelers not interested in keeping Willie at guard?
    Mike Devlin in his 7th yr coaching the Jets O-line. Maybe just different coaching?? Jets have drafted some high picks too, D'brick and mangold to name two, but they usually have a good line. He has picked up some stunts pretty good.

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