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MiamiDolphins
12-18-2011, 02:09 PM
Thank you, sincerely, from Dolphin fans everywhere!

Kansas City brought the hammer on the undefeated defending SB champs. Great job.

Things aren't looking so good for my Fins down here since reports of "KING CARL" taking over.... but this is a happy day.


Thanks!

Bugeater
12-18-2011, 02:10 PM
Fuck you guys.

DA_T_84
12-18-2011, 02:11 PM
**** you guys.

That.

The Bad Guy
12-18-2011, 02:11 PM
Yeah, go fuck yourself.

Someone should drop a hammer on your face.

loochy
12-18-2011, 02:11 PM
Fuck you guys.

That.

LMAO

ClevelandBronco
12-18-2011, 02:11 PM
fuck a flying fish

cdcox
12-18-2011, 02:13 PM
Your coach was a penguin.

MiamiDolphins
12-18-2011, 02:13 PM
Why the hostility?

DA_T_84
12-18-2011, 02:14 PM
Why the hostility?

Shut up, Karen.

Papi
12-18-2011, 02:15 PM
Why the hostility?

We do not train to be merciful here. Mercy is for the weak. Here, in the streets, in competition: A man confronts you, he is the enemy. An enemy deserves no mercy

Ebolapox
12-18-2011, 02:18 PM
fuck the 72 dolphins.

Spott
12-18-2011, 02:19 PM
Screw Miami, screw Mercury Morris and his bitterness, screw your ghey ass colors and that silly looking flipper on your helmet. But if it keeps you feel better, keep living off of a team from 40 years ago that managed to never play a playoff team the entire season.

MiamiDolphins
12-18-2011, 02:21 PM
I thought Chiefs fans liked Dolphins and vice versa.

Anyway, thank you guys!

http://i.imgur.com/mO20Q.jpg

MiamiDolphins
12-18-2011, 02:26 PM
Yeah, go **** yourself.

Someone should drop a hammer on your face.

Why?

Are you guys angry about draft position?

burt
12-18-2011, 02:29 PM
I thought Chiefs fans liked Dolphins and vice versa.

Anyway, thank you guys!

http://i.imgur.com/mO20Q.jpg

some of these guys can't leave it on the field of battle. Small minds.

Graystoke
12-18-2011, 02:29 PM
Where is the gifts?

Guru
12-18-2011, 02:30 PM
FUCK OFF you tuna POS

Spott
12-18-2011, 02:30 PM
No, we just don't like Miami. The whole living off the 72 season thing is weak.

DaFace
12-18-2011, 02:30 PM
My balls. Suck them.

grandllama
12-18-2011, 02:31 PM
Fuck the Dolphins, but I am sharing a glass of champagne with them right now ;-)

The Bad Guy
12-18-2011, 02:32 PM
Why?

Are you guys angry about draft position?


I hope when those pack of geriatric assholes pop that champagne tonight that the glass explodes all over Mercury Morris's face.

Oh, fuck you for the 2nd time.

Bwana
12-18-2011, 02:32 PM
You're welcome, now fuck off! 4321

Ebolapox
12-18-2011, 02:32 PM
HAY YUO GUIZE, WE'RE STILL LIVING IN PRE-DISCO TIMEPERIOD!

fuck the 72 fins. fuck garo yepremium, fuck griese, fuck mercury morris, fuck em' all. what have you done for us lately, you crotchety curlyheaded fucks?

Reaper16
12-18-2011, 02:33 PM
I'm going to pray tonight for God to switch your organs with CrazyHorse's.

kc rush
12-18-2011, 02:33 PM
fuck that fin team

Rausch
12-18-2011, 02:34 PM
Thank you, sincerely, from Dolphin fans everywhere!

Kansas City brought the hammer on the undefeated defending SB champs. Great job.

Things aren't looking so good for my Fins down here since reports of "KING CARL" taking over.... but this is a happy day.


Thanks!

FUCK YOU DEEP...

burt
12-18-2011, 02:34 PM
Wow......such anamosity towards another NFL fan.

"Take it easy Francis"

Ebolapox
12-18-2011, 02:35 PM
ROFL

it's all in fun, fin boy. we fucked your mother, and can report that she is (indeed) A WHORE.

big nasty kcnut
12-18-2011, 02:35 PM
Fuck off!

DomCasual
12-18-2011, 02:35 PM
Man, I get so sick of the classless Dolphins undefeated BS.

Bowser
12-18-2011, 02:36 PM
Why?

Are you guys angry about draft position?

Nobody hates the Dolphins or their fans, per se. We (and the rest of the NFL) hate this big production about the 72 Dolphins, and we hate that Mercury Morris was such a doucher about it during the Patriots run. It's arrogant, plain and simple, and nobody gives a dman about that team outside of Dolphin fans and ESPN.

MiamiDolphins
12-18-2011, 02:36 PM
http://images.cheezburger.com/completestore/2010/7/4/62f6f3cb-d881-42b2-b626-74798b0274d0.jpg

Phobia
12-18-2011, 02:36 PM
You Dolphins fans are idiots. 1972... That was two generations ago...

I remember when the Chiefs won a SuperBowl. Well, not me, personally but my great grandpappy showed me some pictures.

Slainte
12-18-2011, 02:37 PM
Here's hoping your children attend the Jerry Sandusky summer camp this year...

ClevelandBronco
12-18-2011, 02:38 PM
Any truth to the rumor that there's a vintage porn vid out there of four guys screwing Czonka's mother then cumming all over his father's face?

burt
12-18-2011, 02:39 PM
most of the posts are this thread are just sad.

teedubya
12-18-2011, 02:39 PM
I hope Mercury Morris gets mercury poisoning.

FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU the dolphins.

Rausch
12-18-2011, 02:41 PM
most of the posts are this thread are just sad.

And some are legible...

scho63
12-18-2011, 02:42 PM
I thought Chiefs fans liked Dolphins and vice versa.

Anyway, thank you guys!

http://i.imgur.com/mO20Q.jpg

We have not played well against the 'fins for a long time-it's like rubbing sea salt from Flipper in our wounds

burt
12-18-2011, 02:42 PM
And some are legible...

That doesn't make them less embarrassing.

ClevelandBronco
12-18-2011, 02:48 PM
That doesn't make them less embarrassing.

and you can go tongue Jim Kiick's asshole, shrimp dick.

Extra Point
12-18-2011, 02:49 PM
Thank you, sincerely, from Dolphin fans everywhere!

Kansas City brought the hammer on the undefeated defending SB champs. Great job.

Things aren't looking so good for my Fins down here since reports of "KING CARL" taking over.... but this is a happy day.


Thanks!

Enjoy your champagne enema!

Huffman83
12-18-2011, 02:50 PM
Best post game thread EVER!

burt
12-18-2011, 02:52 PM
and you can go tongue Jim Kiick's asshole,

no thanks.

shrimp dick.

well, at least ya got that one right........now quit lookin'. Do all Donk fans meat peek? Or just you?

PRIEST
12-18-2011, 02:56 PM
Best post game thread EVER!

This :harumph:

IrishGal
12-18-2011, 02:59 PM
Thank you, sincerely, from Dolphin fans everywhere!

Kansas City brought the hammer on the undefeated defending SB champs. Great job.

Things aren't looking so good for my Fins down here since reports of "KING CARL" taking over.... but this is a happy day.


Thanks!

It's a Happy Day in ChiefsLand too - and long overdue! Glad to end a "winning streak"!

:rockon:

JCharles1981
12-18-2011, 03:08 PM
Screw the Miami Dolphins. I don't see why any of them or their fans would be thanking the Chiefs anyway. It's not like it does anything to improve their playoff chances regardless. Plus, Carl Peterson is no longer affiliated with the Chiefs, so I don't want to hear about his exploits outside of Kansas City.

ChiefsCountry
12-18-2011, 03:10 PM
Screw the Miami Dolphins. I don't see why any of them or their fans would be thanking the Chiefs anyway. It's not like it does anything to improve their playoff chances regardless. Plus, Carl Peterson is no longer affiliated with the Chiefs, so I don't want to hear about his exploits outside of Kansas City.

You have to be the most clueless person on this board.
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JCharles1981
12-18-2011, 03:14 PM
You have to be the most clueless person on this board.
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No, just someone with enough smarts to know that Chiefs should not care whether or not the Dolphins were happy with the Chiefs' win against Green Bay. It's not like Carl Peterson talked to Crennel over the phone and said "here's what you need to do if you want your team to win today."

Kyle DeLexus
12-18-2011, 03:17 PM
No, just someone with enough smarts to know that Chiefs should not care whether or not the Dolphins were happy with the Chiefs' win against Green Bay. It's not like Carl Peterson talked to Crennel over the phone and said "here's what you need to do if you want your team to win today."

You really are an idiot.

Okie_Apparition
12-18-2011, 04:06 PM
Dave Wandstat's pornstache will cast a shadow over the Fins for another decade

WV
12-18-2011, 04:07 PM
fuck the 72 dolphins.

:clap:

Valiant
12-18-2011, 04:09 PM
If it has not been said. Go fuck yourselves.

Marcellus
12-18-2011, 04:56 PM
Screw the Miami Dolphins. I don't see why any of them or their fans would be thanking the Chiefs anyway. It's not like it does anything to improve their playoff chances regardless. Plus, Carl Peterson is no longer affiliated with the Chiefs, so I don't want to hear about his exploits outside of Kansas City.

LMAOLMAO

threebag02
12-18-2011, 05:03 PM
http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRmS-Zo0abE7PeHuYcod2XTbbmcJCc0rRRnKyxhQuubRUCdADgkGQ

Fuck You
Fuck You
Very Much

Gonzo
12-18-2011, 05:09 PM
Fruck you dofrin!!!!
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gblowfish
12-18-2011, 05:41 PM
Go F yourself, fish boy.

Pape
12-18-2011, 05:44 PM
another dumbass dolphin fan.

The 72 fins werent the first or even the second team to have a perfect season.

bunch of dumbass fans in florida.

ChiefsCountry
12-18-2011, 07:39 PM
No, just someone with enough smarts to know that Chiefs should not care whether or not the Dolphins were happy with the Chiefs' win against Green Bay. It's not like Carl Peterson talked to Crennel over the phone and said "here's what you need to do if you want your team to win today."

So fucking clueless. LMAO

Saulbadguy
12-18-2011, 07:40 PM
14 game season. LOL

GloryDayz
12-18-2011, 08:35 PM
Here's you 1972 ass-eyes!

http://stevecotler.com/tales/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/70s-fashion-show.jpg


I thought Chiefs fans liked Dolphins and vice versa.

Anyway, thank you guys!

http://i.imgur.com/mO20Q.jpg

Awsi Dooger
12-18-2011, 11:06 PM
Nobody hates the Dolphins or their fans, per se. We (and the rest of the NFL) hate this big production about the 72 Dolphins, and we hate that Mercury Morris was such a doucher about it during the Patriots run. It's arrogant, plain and simple, and nobody gives a dman about that team outside of Dolphin fans and ESPN.

Nobody cares, huh? The responses and tone of this thread verify the preoccupation with the 1972 Dolphins. The haters and their insincere themes are exponentially more pathetic than Miami fans who share the annual treat of rooting for the last unbeaten to fall.

"I want to shut up the '72 Dolphins." That's what we always hear. Well, they will be shut up by realities of mortality within a few decades. The players are in their 60s now, or 70s in the case of guys like Earl Morrall.

Are we supposed to believe the haters will stop desperately rooting for another unbeaten team once the final member of the '72 Dolphins is deceased? LOL. That's always the little problem with the argument from nitwits like Rick Reilly, who obsessed over Miami's celebration in Sports Illustrated beginning two decades ago. It's always been pure jealousy, regardless of whether the old Dolphins pop champagne or are in a group coma all season. One franchise holds the most unique and treasured single season team accomplishment in the most high profile American sport. Jealousy is natural. The denial is comical.

I'll offer my sincere thanks as well, no doubt equally well received. And I'll do it from the terms of a bettor who invested in the Chiefs today. I was hardly alone. The line plummeted from Green Bay -14 to -11 in short order. A move of that magnitude is exceedingly rare, particularly when it opposes a power team. Normally a line move against a premier team is rigorously opposed by the public. In this case there was so much wise guy money on the Chiefs the spread dipped to -11 and stayed there. Only the most notorious square joints resisted slightly and popped up to -12 at game time.

I'm a veteran at this rooting interest. There are always little twists that work in your favor, or against it. Once Cassell and Cutler went down Green Bay's path was ridiculously wide open, considering joke replacements like Palko and Hanie. When Haley was canned last Monday I immediately sensed an uptick, that Romeo was certain to inspire the team, at least in the short term, and insert a quarterback who could actually play, Kyle Orton. It didn't hurt that you guys have an excellent history as a home underdog, notably late in the season.

Most of all, I appreciated the style Kansas City was certain to adopt, similar to the home game against the Steelers, attacking the quarterback and staying away from a shoot out. Anyone who attempts a 38-35 game against Green Bay is destined to fail.

Let's see, AFL roots. Familiar classic uniforms, resisting idiotic modernization. Outdoor grass field. I'm trying to be complimentary, to emphasize I'm glad you guys were the ones who pulled it off today, cleansing the world. Besides, I remember our journey to 17-0 started at Arrowhead's opening, in an instant rematch of Christmas Day double overtime, with the Chiefs a 4 point favorite and every pundit forecasting a Kansas City romp. Nowadays the youngsters and their BCS brainwashed mentality want to pretend they can backfit and wipe out a game like that, insisting the '72 Dolphins played no game of consequence. LMAO

BryanBusby
12-18-2011, 11:08 PM
You can suck my dolphindick

Bambi
12-18-2011, 11:08 PM
That Dolphins champagne thing is the stupidest shit ever. Good news is that they'll all be dead soon.

Bowser
12-18-2011, 11:14 PM
Nice job betting on the Chiefs today. I'd say the majority of non-serious bettors didn't have the balls to lay down real money on the Chiefs. Hopefully you laid down at least a grand.

As for the rest of your rant, if a Chief fan had started the thread, you may have a point. The rest of us certainly don't obsess about it, as hard as ESPN tries to ram that crap down the throat of every sports fan, everywhere. It's become a novelty thing to non Miami fans, really.

Phobia
12-18-2011, 11:24 PM
Nobody cares, huh? The responses and tone of this thread verify the preoccupation with the 1972 Dolphins. The haters and their insincere themes are exponentially more pathetic than Miami fans who share the annual treat of rooting for the last unbeaten to fall.

"I want to shut up the '72 Dolphins." That's what we always hear. Well, they will be shut up by realities of mortality within a few decades. The players are in their 60s now, or 70s in the case of guys like Earl Morrall.

Are we supposed to believe the haters will stop desperately rooting for another unbeaten team once the final member of the '72 Dolphins is deceased? LOL. That's always the little problem with the argument from nitwits like Rick Reilly, who obsessed over Miami's celebration in Sports Illustrated beginning two decades ago. It's always been pure jealousy, regardless of whether the old Dolphins pop champagne or are in a group coma all season. One franchise holds the most unique and treasured single season team accomplishment in the most high profile American sport. Jealousy is natural. The denial is comical.

I'll offer my sincere thanks as well, no doubt equally well received. And I'll do it from the terms of a bettor who invested in the Chiefs today. I was hardly alone. The line plummeted from Green Bay -14 to -11 in short order. A move of that magnitude is exceedingly rare, particularly when it opposes a power team. Normally a line move against a premier team is rigorously opposed by the public. In this case there was so much wise guy money on the Chiefs the spread dipped to -11 and stayed there. Only the most notorious square joints resisted slightly and popped up to -12 at game time.

I'm a veteran at this rooting interest. There are always little twists that work in your favor, or against it. Once Cassell and Cutler went down Green Bay's path was ridiculously wide open, considering joke replacements like Palko and Hanie. When Haley was canned last Monday I immediately sensed an uptick, that Romeo was certain to inspire the team, at least in the short term, and insert a quarterback who could actually play, Kyle Orton. It didn't hurt that you guys have an excellent history as a home underdog, notably late in the season.

Most of all, I appreciated the style Kansas City was certain to adopt, similar to the home game against the Steelers, attacking the quarterback and staying away from a shoot out. Anyone who attempts a 38-35 game against Green Bay is destined to fail.

Let's see, AFL roots. Familiar classic uniforms, resisting idiotic modernization. Outdoor grass field. I'm trying to be complimentary, to emphasize I'm glad you guys were the ones who pulled it off today, cleansing the world. Besides, I remember our journey to 17-0 started at Arrowhead's opening, in an instant rematch of Christmas Day double overtime, with the Chiefs a 4 point favorite and every pundit forecasting a Kansas City romp. Nowadays the youngsters and their BCS brainwashed mentality want to pretend they can backfit and wipe out a game like that, insisting the '72 Dolphins played no game of consequence. LMAO

I am responding to this post to let you know that somebody read at least the first two sentences. I then promptly took a 2 hour nap so thanks for that at least.

KCrockaholic
12-18-2011, 11:27 PM
Weren't you the douchebag before the Miami game earlier this year? If so, fuck you, and die in a fire, fuck face.

Munson
12-18-2011, 11:35 PM
All of the CP responses in this thread make me feel all warm and tingly inside. Let me add......F*** YOU Dolphin fans!

Pushead2
12-19-2011, 01:20 AM
lick my sack fuck face

KCtotheSB
12-19-2011, 01:44 AM
Eat my shit.

LACES OUT, YOU TWATS.

-King-
12-19-2011, 02:15 AM
Nobody cares, huh? The responses and tone of this thread verify the preoccupation with the 1972 Dolphins. The haters and their insincere themes are exponentially more pathetic than Miami fans who share the annual treat of rooting for the last unbeaten to fall.

"I want to shut up the '72 Dolphins." That's what we always hear. Well, they will be shut up by realities of mortality within a few decades. The players are in their 60s now, or 70s in the case of guys like Earl Morrall.

Are we supposed to believe the haters will stop desperately rooting for another unbeaten team once the final member of the '72 Dolphins is deceased? LOL. That's always the little problem with the argument from nitwits like Rick Reilly, who obsessed over Miami's celebration in Sports Illustrated beginning two decades ago. It's always been pure jealousy, regardless of whether the old Dolphins pop champagne or are in a group coma all season. One franchise holds the most unique and treasured single season team accomplishment in the most high profile American sport. Jealousy is natural. The denial is comical.

I'll offer my sincere thanks as well, no doubt equally well received. And I'll do it from the terms of a bettor who invested in the Chiefs today. I was hardly alone. The line plummeted from Green Bay -14 to -11 in short order. A move of that magnitude is exceedingly rare, particularly when it opposes a power team. Normally a line move against a premier team is rigorously opposed by the public. In this case there was so much wise guy money on the Chiefs the spread dipped to -11 and stayed there. Only the most notorious square joints resisted slightly and popped up to -12 at game time.

I'm a veteran at this rooting interest. There are always little twists that work in your favor, or against it. Once Cassell and Cutler went down Green Bay's path was ridiculously wide open, considering joke replacements like Palko and Hanie. When Haley was canned last Monday I immediately sensed an uptick, that Romeo was certain to inspire the team, at least in the short term, and insert a quarterback who could actually play, Kyle Orton. It didn't hurt that you guys have an excellent history as a home underdog, notably late in the season.

Most of all, I appreciated the style Kansas City was certain to adopt, similar to the home game against the Steelers, attacking the quarterback and staying away from a shoot out. Anyone who attempts a 38-35 game against Green Bay is destined to fail.

Let's see, AFL roots. Familiar classic uniforms, resisting idiotic modernization. Outdoor grass field. I'm trying to be complimentary, to emphasize I'm glad you guys were the ones who pulled it off today, cleansing the world. Besides, I remember our journey to 17-0 started at Arrowhead's opening, in an instant rematch of Christmas Day double overtime, with the Chiefs a 4 point favorite and every pundit forecasting a Kansas City romp. Nowadays the youngsters and their BCS brainwashed mentality want to pretend they can backfit and wipe out a game like that, insisting the '72 Dolphins played no game of consequence. LMAO
http://i.imgur.com/4vLJk.gif
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MiamiDolphins
12-19-2011, 02:29 AM
Nobody cares, huh? The responses and tone of this thread verify the preoccupation with the 1972 Dolphins. The haters and their insincere themes are exponentially more pathetic than Miami fans who share the annual treat of rooting for the last unbeaten to fall.

"I want to shut up the '72 Dolphins." That's what we always hear. Well, they will be shut up by realities of mortality within a few decades. The players are in their 60s now, or 70s in the case of guys like Earl Morrall.

Are we supposed to believe the haters will stop desperately rooting for another unbeaten team once the final member of the '72 Dolphins is deceased? LOL. That's always the little problem with the argument from nitwits like Rick Reilly, who obsessed over Miami's celebration in Sports Illustrated beginning two decades ago. It's always been pure jealousy, regardless of whether the old Dolphins pop champagne or are in a group coma all season. One franchise holds the most unique and treasured single season team accomplishment in the most high profile American sport. Jealousy is natural. The denial is comical.

I'll offer my sincere thanks as well, no doubt equally well received. And I'll do it from the terms of a bettor who invested in the Chiefs today. I was hardly alone. The line plummeted from Green Bay -14 to -11 in short order. A move of that magnitude is exceedingly rare, particularly when it opposes a power team. Normally a line move against a premier team is rigorously opposed by the public. In this case there was so much wise guy money on the Chiefs the spread dipped to -11 and stayed there. Only the most notorious square joints resisted slightly and popped up to -12 at game time.

I'm a veteran at this rooting interest. There are always little twists that work in your favor, or against it. Once Cassell and Cutler went down Green Bay's path was ridiculously wide open, considering joke replacements like Palko and Hanie. When Haley was canned last Monday I immediately sensed an uptick, that Romeo was certain to inspire the team, at least in the short term, and insert a quarterback who could actually play, Kyle Orton. It didn't hurt that you guys have an excellent history as a home underdog, notably late in the season.

Most of all, I appreciated the style Kansas City was certain to adopt, similar to the home game against the Steelers, attacking the quarterback and staying away from a shoot out. Anyone who attempts a 38-35 game against Green Bay is destined to fail.

Let's see, AFL roots. Familiar classic uniforms, resisting idiotic modernization. Outdoor grass field. I'm trying to be complimentary, to emphasize I'm glad you guys were the ones who pulled it off today, cleansing the world. Besides, I remember our journey to 17-0 started at Arrowhead's opening, in an instant rematch of Christmas Day double overtime, with the Chiefs a 4 point favorite and every pundit forecasting a Kansas City romp. Nowadays the youngsters and their BCS brainwashed mentality want to pretend they can backfit and wipe out a game like that, insisting the '72 Dolphins played no game of consequence. LMAO

Excellent post! Good to see a fellow Dolphin fan in this thread.

1972 lives on. Only one team in history has completed a perfect season.

Thank you Chiefs.

big nasty kcnut
12-19-2011, 02:44 AM
Once again fuck off!

Dave Lane
12-19-2011, 07:18 AM
**** the 72 dolphins.

Fuck all of those dumb fuckers anally with a toilet brush.

KCtotheSB
12-19-2011, 07:24 AM
Excellent post! Good to see a fellow Dolphin fan in this thread.

1972 lives on. Only one team in history has completed a perfect season.

Thank you Chiefs.

Meanwhile, more than 784 men have completed in your mother.

ILChief
12-19-2011, 08:01 AM
Only on the planet could someone say thanks and nice job and the overwhelming reply be to fuck off

lol

BoneKrusher
12-19-2011, 08:03 AM
i bet Shula and company were biting their nails at the two minute warning.

Jack
12-19-2011, 08:36 AM
Why the hostility?

The only way to be accepted by some chief's fans is to show misanthropic tendencies. . .

Yes, these misanthropes do indeed love each other. . .

38yrsfan
12-19-2011, 10:01 AM
Thank you, sincerely, from Dolphin fans everywhere!

Kansas City brought the hammer on the undefeated defending SB champs. Great job.

Things aren't looking so good for my Fins down here since reports of "KING CARL" taking over.... but this is a happy day.


Thanks!

Funny ... one of the first things that came to mind when I saw the final score was how many happy Miami fans there are right now.

Okie_Apparition
12-19-2011, 10:16 AM
Favre & Ricky Martin learned how to be annoying by watching the annual 1972 Dolphins' mememe

gblowfish
12-19-2011, 11:15 AM
Only on the planet could someone say thanks and nice job and the overwhelming reply be to fuck off

lol

That's why this is a magical place.

Dr. Facebook Fever
12-19-2011, 11:45 AM
Just in case it hasn't been mentioned anywhere in this thread up to this point... **** off.

And while you're at it, die. By crashing into an aids tree. Preferably one that's on fire. After getting drunk on anti-freeze of course.

And get a real stadium and some less shitty uniforms.

And don't ever call us gentlemen again ya flaming homo douchenozzle.

Sofa King
12-19-2011, 12:08 PM
Nobody cares, huh? The responses and tone of this thread verify the preoccupation with the 1972 Dolphins. The haters and their insincere themes are exponentially more pathetic than Miami fans who share the annual treat of rooting for the last unbeaten to fall.

"I want to shut up the '72 Dolphins." That's what we always hear. Well, they will be shut up by realities of mortality within a few decades. The players are in their 60s now, or 70s in the case of guys like Earl Morrall.

Are we supposed to believe the haters will stop desperately rooting for another unbeaten team once the final member of the '72 Dolphins is deceased? LOL. That's always the little problem with the argument from nitwits like Rick Reilly, who obsessed over Miami's celebration in Sports Illustrated beginning two decades ago. It's always been pure jealousy, regardless of whether the old Dolphins pop champagne or are in a group coma all season. One franchise holds the most unique and treasured single season team accomplishment in the most high profile American sport. Jealousy is natural. The denial is comical.

I'll offer my sincere thanks as well, no doubt equally well received. And I'll do it from the terms of a bettor who invested in the Chiefs today. I was hardly alone. The line plummeted from Green Bay -14 to -11 in short order. A move of that magnitude is exceedingly rare, particularly when it opposes a power team. Normally a line move against a premier team is rigorously opposed by the public. In this case there was so much wise guy money on the Chiefs the spread dipped to -11 and stayed there. Only the most notorious square joints resisted slightly and popped up to -12 at game time.

I'm a veteran at this rooting interest. There are always little twists that work in your favor, or against it. Once Cassell and Cutler went down Green Bay's path was ridiculously wide open, considering joke replacements like Palko and Hanie. When Haley was canned last Monday I immediately sensed an uptick, that Romeo was certain to inspire the team, at least in the short term, and insert a quarterback who could actually play, Kyle Orton. It didn't hurt that you guys have an excellent history as a home underdog, notably late in the season.

Most of all, I appreciated the style Kansas City was certain to adopt, similar to the home game against the Steelers, attacking the quarterback and staying away from a shoot out. Anyone who attempts a 38-35 game against Green Bay is destined to fail.

Let's see, AFL roots. Familiar classic uniforms, resisting idiotic modernization. Outdoor grass field. I'm trying to be complimentary, to emphasize I'm glad you guys were the ones who pulled it off today, cleansing the world. Besides, I remember our journey to 17-0 started at Arrowhead's opening, in an instant rematch of Christmas Day double overtime, with the Chiefs a 4 point favorite and every pundit forecasting a Kansas City romp. Nowadays the youngsters and their BCS brainwashed mentality want to pretend they can backfit and wipe out a game like that, insisting the '72 Dolphins played no game of consequence. LMAO



You just wasted alot of time on something that nobody is going to read past the first few sentences.

Iowanian
12-19-2011, 12:09 PM
Piss on all dolphin fans. I hope you get caught in a tuna net.

The 1972 Dolphins would be 5-11 in today's NFL.

Bwana
12-19-2011, 12:12 PM
Blah blah blah

Shut your whore mouth, you long winded, rambling fool!

blaise
12-19-2011, 12:14 PM
That Awsi Dooger post may be the suckiest post I've ever read, on any board, involving any topic.
What a total turd.

Sofa King
12-19-2011, 12:29 PM
This thread makes me hate the Dolphins just a little bit more.

RockChalk
12-19-2011, 12:54 PM
Nobody cares, huh? The responses and tone of this thread verify the preoccupation with the 1972 Dolphins. The haters and their insincere themes are exponentially more pathetic than Miami fans who share the annual treat of rooting for the last unbeaten to fall.

"I want to shut up the '72 Dolphins." That's what we always hear. Well, they will be shut up by realities of mortality within a few decades. The players are in their 60s now, or 70s in the case of guys like Earl Morrall.

Are we supposed to believe the haters will stop desperately rooting for another unbeaten team once the final member of the '72 Dolphins is deceased? LOL. That's always the little problem with the argument from nitwits like Rick Reilly, who obsessed over Miami's celebration in Sports Illustrated beginning two decades ago. It's always been pure jealousy, regardless of whether the old Dolphins pop champagne or are in a group coma all season. One franchise holds the most unique and treasured single season team accomplishment in the most high profile American sport. Jealousy is natural. The denial is comical.

I'll offer my sincere thanks as well, no doubt equally well received. And I'll do it from the terms of a bettor who invested in the Chiefs today. I was hardly alone. The line plummeted from Green Bay -14 to -11 in short order. A move of that magnitude is exceedingly rare, particularly when it opposes a power team. Normally a line move against a premier team is rigorously opposed by the public. In this case there was so much wise guy money on the Chiefs the spread dipped to -11 and stayed there. Only the most notorious square joints resisted slightly and popped up to -12 at game time.

I'm a veteran at this rooting interest. There are always little twists that work in your favor, or against it. Once Cassell and Cutler went down Green Bay's path was ridiculously wide open, considering joke replacements like Palko and Hanie. When Haley was canned last Monday I immediately sensed an uptick, that Romeo was certain to inspire the team, at least in the short term, and insert a quarterback who could actually play, Kyle Orton. It didn't hurt that you guys have an excellent history as a home underdog, notably late in the season.

Most of all, I appreciated the style Kansas City was certain to adopt, similar to the home game against the Steelers, attacking the quarterback and staying away from a shoot out. Anyone who attempts a 38-35 game against Green Bay is destined to fail.

Let's see, AFL roots. Familiar classic uniforms, resisting idiotic modernization. Outdoor grass field. I'm trying to be complimentary, to emphasize I'm glad you guys were the ones who pulled it off today, cleansing the world. Besides, I remember our journey to 17-0 started at Arrowhead's opening, in an instant rematch of Christmas Day double overtime, with the Chiefs a 4 point favorite and every pundit forecasting a Kansas City romp. Nowadays the youngsters and their BCS brainwashed mentality want to pretend they can backfit and wipe out a game like that, insisting the '72 Dolphins played no game of consequence. LMAO

http://kevinfamous.com/Videos/billy%20madison.jpg

MiamiDolphins
12-20-2011, 04:00 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04GDQxtnNlQ&feature=related

Rausch
12-20-2011, 04:52 AM
You're welcome.

Now it's time to start accomplishing something on your own. Celebrating wins BY YOUR OWN TEAM.

For the last 20 years the best moments of Dolphins football have been when someone other than you won a game vs. a SB bound team.

Time to quit looking at pictures of your 4 TD's in high school every year and popping a beer when some other kid fails to top it...

http://camdengop.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/albundy.jpg?w=600

byroan
12-20-2011, 07:26 PM
Now it's time to start accomplishing something on your own. Celebrating wins BY YOUR OWN TEAM.

Like the 31-3 win this season?

For the last 20 years the best moments of Dolphins football have been when someone other than you won a game vs. a SB bound team.


What have the Chiefs done?

Okie_Apparition
12-20-2011, 07:42 PM
Got your momma hot
then did your sister

Okie_Apparition
12-20-2011, 07:48 PM
I'm pretty sure dolphins are the bidet of the sea

JD10367
12-20-2011, 08:12 PM
The 1972 Dolphins are a fucking fraud. Weak era, shorter season, total lack of athletic ability, and they played IIRC only one fucking team with a winning record.

Die in a Florida orange AIDS tree fire, 1972 Miami Dolphins and Mercury Morris and Don Shula and the rest of you.

Rain Man
12-21-2011, 09:09 AM
The 1972 Dolphins didn't beat the Chiefs. The Chiefs beat themselves that day. So it doesn't count.