Found October 03, 2012 on Phins Phocus:
  The Miami Dolphins play the Cincinnati Bengals this week but I am not here to talk too much about that.  Too much bad and ugly went down Sunday for the Dolphins that I’ve thrown in “the Good” since that’s how the common saying goes.  Not our saying; you may be surprised by this comment, but as Jason Taylor tweeted, “good performances mean nothing without the end results.”  The big W.   Stop:  the Long giveaways I never thought I would say this: perennial pro bowler Jake long has been incredibly average this season.  For a player of his status, caliber, and salary the three sacks he has allowed up to date should have simply not happened.  There has been an obvious decline in Jake’s play and while he has not been 100% percent healthy he should be locking down Tannehill’s blindside.  Does this mean we will trade him? The first round value is extremely tempting as the trade deadline approaches… I’m not going to beat around the bush here, but Legedu Naanee is NOT an NFL receiver
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