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Name: Dan wygant
Member since: February 14, 2006
Last visit: November 27, 2007

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Report: Jets caught spying

Chico, funniest damn comment I've ever read on SpoFi...and that's sayin a lot.

posted by PAPhinFan at 03:44 PM on December 12, 2007

Last minute rally moves Patriots to 12-0

I believe this year it is actually spelled Dullphin.

posted by PAPhinFan at 07:47 PM on December 04, 2007

Casualties of the NFL:

I hope Gene Upshaw rots in hell.

posted by PAPhinFan at 01:41 AM on November 17, 2007

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

While I like to believe that I would probably knock this asshole out, I also agree with setting a better example. Truth be told, not one of us really knows what we would do unless faced with the situation ourselves. I coach for a middle school team and needed a local, state and federal background check before I could step foot on the field. Adults need to let go of their past failures(not that I know what this guy's past is) and stop trying to correct them through their children. I agree that adults are the worst thing about youth sports, but if they would let themselves, they could be youth sports' biggest asset.

posted by PAPhinFan at 09:26 PM on October 31, 2007

Goodbye Paul.

bperk, I'm with you on the cable thing. Being a Dolphins fan in Pennsylvania, I get to see them maybe twice a year. I had satellite, but like cable there is so much unwanted garbage on it, I decided to get rid of it. I'd be willing to pay $10-$15 dollars a week to see the Phins on a service I already have. And I would guess there are many more fans that would too. No doubt Tagliabue has done a good job. The NFL is the class of the 4 major sports leagues in the U. S.

posted by PAPhinFan at 03:43 PM on March 20, 2006

T.O. in Big D

TO is an incredible douchebag with amazing football abilities. I am thankful that the Dolphins didn't do more to land him because they have enough problems already. I don't think there is any coach in the league that has a better shot of handling him than Bill Parcells. If the Cowboys are his "third strike", I don't think you will ever see anybody take a chance on him again. Then we'll see the media interview him in 5 years and he''ll wonder aloud what went wrong and try to explain why he was so misunderstood. Shut the "F" up and play football.

posted by PAPhinFan at 12:43 PM on March 18, 2006

Kirby Puckett Passes Away

One of the truly good guys that ever played the sport. My interest in pro baseball has waned over the years, but if the league were full of Kirby Pucketts, I would be a born again fan. RIP, Kirby. My condolences to his family.

posted by PAPhinFan at 10:20 PM on March 06, 2006

Awesome short video from last night's CBS News

I have been coaching youth sports for the better part of 20 years and was in awe when I saw this. If this does't inspire you to work harder or quit whining about your own troubles, nothing will.

posted by PAPhinFan at 03:13 PM on February 24, 2006

Ricky Williams Tests Positive for Fourth Time

yerfatma, the employee manual from my job states clearly that I can be subjected to drug-testing any time that my employer gives me notice that this is their wish. It also clearly states that if found positive, I would be subject to discipline up to and including termination. It doesn't matter how many times I'm tested, what does matter is that I understand the ramifications and I have to take personal resposibility for my actions. Ricky certainly knew the rules, and given that he already had 3 previous violations, he knew scrutiny would be that much more intense.

posted by PAPhinFan at 01:14 PM on February 20, 2006

Ricky Williams Tests Positive for Fourth Time

It amazes me how certain people will defend the rule breaking of professional athletes, considering that people in the private sector would be disciplined or fired for breaking the rules at their job. I've been a Dolphins fan for 35 years and am upset by this latest development, if it is true. I was of the contention that the Dolphins should have never taken him back in the first place. As soon as he came back he should have been traded for whatever the Phins could get. While he is an incredibly gifted athlete he is a head case who cares nothing for the rules he agreed to follow. This guy has the potential to be a Hall-of-Famer, but that has pretty much gone down the tubes. The previous comments hinting at racism or decriminalization of pot have no relevance here. Whatever happened to personal responsibility and ensuring that rules are followed. Stop making excuses for the idiot and every other athlete who breaks the laws they consider themselves to be above.

posted by PAPhinFan at 12:02 PM on February 20, 2006

Tainted Steel

For nine days I have read the comments and have enjoyed them immensely. As a neutral observer who was rooting for the Steelers( loyal to my home state of PA) let's call the Super Bowl what it was: pretty poor football. Neither team played that well, the officiating sucked and Mike Holmgren got out-coached. I did however enjoy the fact that the two biggest shit talkers before the game, Porter and Stevens, produced very little. SHUT UP and play football. The best thing about the game was the food, the beer, and my widescreen TV. The game is in the books and nothing can change that.

posted by PAPhinFan at 05:21 PM on February 14, 2006