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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 1:55 pm    Post subject: 2012 Dolphins by the Numbers Game Reply with quote

Okay folks, now that our season is just about over, let's see how many numbers we can fill up in descending order that are relevant to this season for the Dolphins!

Copy paste the list below and add your next number to it as we go. I have entirely too much time on my hands, so I have the first 10!

1: Current team in the NFL with a 3,000 yard passer, 1,000 yard rusher, 1,000 yard receiver and 15+ sack defender. (Houston Texans) Assuming Reggie Bush gets 40 yards on Sunday, team number 2 will be the Miami Dolphins.

2: Ryan Tannehill's QB rating rank in the league on play action passes (125.6) trailing only Matt Ryan's 127.3. Directly behind him in order are: RGIII, Romo, Schaub, Newton, Roethlisberger, P. Manning, Luck, Freeman, Brees and Brady.

3: Receiving touchdowns for Dolphins WRs this season.

4: Players on defense to register more than 20 QB disruptions (sacks, hits and pressures combined): Cam Wake (86), Randy Starks (36), Jared Odrick (34), and Olivier Vernon (21).

5: Dolphins QBs in team history with over 3,000 passing yards in a season. Dan Marino (13 times), Jay Fiedler (1 time), Chad Pennington (1 time), Chad Henne (1 time) and now Ryan Tannehill.

6: Rushing touchdowns from Reggie Bush in each of the last 2 seasons.

7: Interceptions (of 12 total) thrown by Ryan Tannehill in between the hashes.

8: Receivers in Dolphins history with over 1,000 yards receiving in a single season. Mark Clayton (5), Mark Duper (4), Irving Fryar (2), Brandon Marshall (2), OJ McDuffie (1), Chris Chambers (1), Tony Martin (1) and now Brian Hartline (1).

9: Career sacks for Koa Misi, behind Cam Wake (43.0), Randy Starks (22.0) and Jared Odrick (11.0) on the Dolphins all time list for active players.

10: Years since the Dolphins last had back to back seasons with more touchdown passes than interceptions. 2001-2002: Jay Fiedler and Ray Lucas combined to throw 38 TDs and 34 INTs, both seasons were positive. 2011-2012: Henne, Moore and Tannehill combine to throw 32-25, both seasons so far are positive. Miami is +1 with 1 game to go.

........... What's next?
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 2:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I dont have one to add, but The Texans have also done #1.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 2:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

fishfan13 wrote:
I dont have one to add, but The Texans have also done #1.


Good find...that's what I take for following the new Sun Sentinel guy on Twitter...oh well, it was still inspiration enough to start this thread! Edited appropriately.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 3:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

1: Current team in the NFL with a 3,000 yard passer, 1,000 yard rusher, 1,000 yard receiver and 15+ sack defender. (Houston Texans) Assuming Reggie Bush gets 40 yards on Sunday, team number 2 will be the Miami Dolphins.

2: Ryan Tannehill's QB rating rank in the league on play action passes (125.6) trailing only Matt Ryan's 127.3. Directly behind him in order are: RGIII, Romo, Schaub, Newton, Roethlisberger, P. Manning, Luck, Freeman, Brees and Brady.

3: Receiving touchdowns for Dolphins WRs this season.

4: Players on defense to register more than 20 QB disruptions (sacks, hits and pressures combined): Cam Wake (86), Randy Starks (36), Jared Odrick (34), and Olivier Vernon (21).

5: Dolphins QBs in team history with over 3,000 passing yards in a season. Dan Marino (13 times), Jay Fiedler (1 time), Chad Pennington (1 time), Chad Henne (1 time) and now Ryan Tannehill.

6: Rushing touchdowns from Reggie Bush in each of the last 2 seasons.

7: Interceptions (of 12 total) thrown by Ryan Tannehill in between the hashes.

8: Receivers in Dolphins history with over 1,000 yards receiving in a single season. Mark Clayton (5), Mark Duper (4), Irving Fryar (2), Brandon Marshall (2), OJ McDuffie (1), Chris Chambers (1), Tony Martin (1) and now Brian Hartline (1).

9: Career sacks for Koa Misi, behind Cam Wake (43.0), Randy Starks (22.0) and Jared Odrick (11.0) on the Dolphins all time list for active players.

10: Years since the Dolphins last had back to back seasons with more touchdown passes than interceptions. 2001-2002: Jay Fiedler and Ray Lucas combined to throw 38 TDs and 34 INTs, both seasons were positive. 2011-2012: Henne, Moore and Tannehill combine to throw 32-25, both seasons so far are positive. Miami is +1 with 1 game to go.

11: The number of wins our Fins had in 2008, which was also the last time we've seen the postseason.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 7:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

1: Current team in the NFL with a 3,000 yard passer, 1,000 yard rusher, 1,000 yard receiver and 15+ sack defender. (Houston Texans) Assuming Reggie Bush gets 40 yards on Sunday, team number 2 will be the Miami Dolphins.

2: Ryan Tannehill's QB rating rank in the league on play action passes (125.6) trailing only Matt Ryan's 127.3. Directly behind him in order are: RGIII, Romo, Schaub, Newton, Roethlisberger, P. Manning, Luck, Freeman, Brees and Brady.

3: Receiving touchdowns for Dolphins WRs this season.

4: Players on defense to register more than 20 QB disruptions (sacks, hits and pressures combined): Cam Wake (86), Randy Starks (36), Jared Odrick (34), and Olivier Vernon (21).

5: Dolphins QBs in team history with over 3,000 passing yards in a season. Dan Marino (13 times), Jay Fiedler (1 time), Chad Pennington (1 time), Chad Henne (1 time) and now Ryan Tannehill.

6: Rushing touchdowns from Reggie Bush in each of the last 2 seasons.

7: Interceptions (of 12 total) thrown by Ryan Tannehill in between the hashes.

8: Receivers in Dolphins history with over 1,000 yards receiving in a single season. Mark Clayton (5), Mark Duper (4), Irving Fryar (2), Brandon Marshall (2), OJ McDuffie (1), Chris Chambers (1), Tony Martin (1) and now Brian Hartline (1).

9: Career sacks for Koa Misi, behind Cam Wake (43.0), Randy Starks (22.0) and Jared Odrick (11.0) on the Dolphins all time list for active players.

10: Years since the Dolphins last had back to back seasons with more touchdown passes than interceptions. 2001-2002: Jay Fiedler and Ray Lucas combined to throw 38 TDs and 34 INTs, both seasons were positive. 2011-2012: Henne, Moore and Tannehill combine to throw 32-25, both seasons so far are positive. Miami is +1 with 1 game to go.

11: The number of wins our Fins had in 2008, which was also the last time we've seen the postseason.

12: The number of touchdowns thrown by Ryan Tannehill this season

13: The best player in franchise history

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 7:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

12: number of interceptions thrown so far by Tanehill, all of which came in the first 11 games.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ProudDolphan47 wrote:
fishfan13 wrote:
I dont have one to add, but The Texans have also done #1.


Good find...that's what I take for following the new Sun Sentinel guy on Twitter...oh well, it was still inspiration enough to start this thread! Edited appropriately.


I'm pretty sure there was one more qualifier in that instance, something like a safety with a sack or something relatively random.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 11:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

1: Current team in the NFL with a 3,000 yard passer, 1,000 yard rusher, 1,000 yard receiver and 15+ sack defender. (Houston Texans) Assuming Reggie Bush gets 40 yards on Sunday, team number 2 will be the Miami Dolphins.

2: Ryan Tannehill's QB rating rank in the league on play action passes (125.6) trailing only Matt Ryan's 127.3. Directly behind him in order are: RGIII, Romo, Schaub, Newton, Roethlisberger, P. Manning, Luck, Freeman, Brees and Brady.

3: Receiving touchdowns for Dolphins WRs this season.

4: Players on defense to register more than 20 QB disruptions (sacks, hits and pressures combined): Cam Wake (86), Randy Starks (36), Jared Odrick (34), and Olivier Vernon (21).

5: Dolphins QBs in team history with over 3,000 passing yards in a season. Dan Marino (13 times), Jay Fiedler (1 time), Chad Pennington (1 time), Chad Henne (1 time) and now Ryan Tannehill.

6: Rushing touchdowns from Reggie Bush in each of the last 2 seasons.

7: Interceptions (of 12 total) thrown by Ryan Tannehill in between the hashes.

8: Receivers in Dolphins history with over 1,000 yards receiving in a single season. Mark Clayton (5), Mark Duper (4), Irving Fryar (2), Brandon Marshall (2), OJ McDuffie (1), Chris Chambers (1), Tony Martin (1) and now Brian Hartline (1).

9: Career sacks for Koa Misi, behind Cam Wake (43.0), Randy Starks (22.0) and Jared Odrick (11.0) on the Dolphins all time list for active players.

10: Years since the Dolphins last had back to back seasons with more touchdown passes than interceptions. 2001-2002: Jay Fiedler and Ray Lucas combined to throw 38 TDs and 34 INTs, both seasons were positive. 2011-2012: Henne, Moore and Tannehill combine to throw 32-25, both seasons so far are positive. Miami is +1 with 1 game to go.

11: The number of wins our Fins had in 2008, which was also the last time we've seen the postseason.

12: The number of touchdowns thrown by Ryan Tannehill this season

13: The number of wins the Dolphins have in their last 24 games! (13-11 record) AKA a winning record, believe it or not.
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