But I agree with Addix, I feel like Thigpen and Miller can easily replace the production that Reggie had. Millers got the running ability and Thigpen can help in the passing game.
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armandohmmmmm........I now wonder if Marino relationship in NY affected his resignation as Dolphins Sr. VP in Feb. 2004 to return to CBS? Will ask when I c him.
I'd really wish to find the stats on that because im about 100% sure Thigpen had more returns called back due to flags.
It's one thing to say Ginn is better, but don't take anything away from thigpen. Had open lanes to just walk in? Really? Our STs has been horrible for the longest time. Thigpen had SOMETHING to do with his TWO returns.
One thing to think one guy is better, but don't make the other guy sound like a bum when he was faaaaaar from it. That just weakens your argument.
Actually our ST's have been pretty decent since Rizzi took over.
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Return wise? No.
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...in-remember-meThe writing is on the wall for impending free agent Greg Jennings' tenure in Green Bay. The 29-year-old recently put his Wisconsin home up for sale. Now he's rekindling a relationship with Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin, his offensive coordinator with the Packers from 2007-2011.
"Joe, how you doing. Remember me?" Jennings said Friday while interviewing with the Dolphins' team-owned radio/web TV show on Friday. The wide receiver said he and Philbin developed "a great relationship" in their five years together with the Packers.
"He's one of my favorite coaches," Jennings said. "Obviously he jokes a lot, little subtle things here and there, but he's a great coach to have. He was a great coach to play for. He's one of those guys that you can have a relationship outside of football. As a player you admire a coach when he actually opens himself up like that."
With plenty of room under the salary cap and a serious need for a No. 1 receiver, the Dolphins have been connected to Jennings, Dwayne Bowe, and Mike Wallace as free-agent possibilities. Jennings would have the shortest learning curve in Miami thanks to his history with Philbin. The Dolphins are expected to consider "making a serious run" at Jennings once the new league year kicks in.
I hope this isn't another Peyton Manning/Matt Flynn instant where we look like the favorites and never land the player.
In fairness, we never looked like the favorites for manning.
And we did for Flynn but Philbin passed, having much more knowledge on the player than us and it looks to be the right move. He's an overpaid back up now.
If the Phins don't sign him, I'll know he's not worth it because Philbin knows much more than we do. So either way ill be happy.
Are you guys kidding me, i'd take Thigpen everytime.
Ginn's cap hit was 1.375 this yr.
Thigpen made 392,000.
Do you really think it would be worth it to have Ginn over Thigpen, besides that while you're giving out stats on who's better KR-PR you have to consider the teams their on--like we didn't even make the playoffs and their in the Super Bowl. If Thigpen was on the 49ers his numbers would have been better.