Plan To Beat Dolphins Is Simple

November 6th, 2013

With a newfound porous offensive line for the Dolphins, the Bucs need to beat on Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill so hard and so often that his wife will be in tears.

OK, Dolphins week is officially on and no NFL team is in more disarray than Miami, after it was learned last night the Dolphins’ coaching staff ordered a Code Red on left tackle Jonathan Martin, so reports Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel.

Miami Dolphins coaches asked player Richie Incognito, who was the offensive line’s undisputed leader, to toughen up teammate Jonathan Martin after he missed a voluntary workout last spring, multiple sources told the Sun Sentinel.

The sources told the paper they believe that Incognito, who is accused of using racially incendiary language and bullying tactics against Martin, may have taken those orders too far.

Joe’s not going to dig into this alleged Code Red the Dolphins coaches are reported to have ordered but in the course of a short six days, the Dolphins have lost their starting left side of their offensive line. A line that is to keep immobile Ryan Tannehill upright.

Monday night’s objective for the Bucs can’t be any simpler; Load up the right side of the defensive line, pin your ears back and make a beeline for Tannehill. Each play. Every play. Like your life depended on it. If you have to, blitz every play from the right side. Lavonte David, Mark Barron, Darrelle Revis, doesn’t matter.

Of all games, there shouldn’t be one friggin’ line stunt. Not one. This game does not require being cute. The shortest distance to Tannehill is a straight line. Go!

As for all of these cute stunts, in the immortal words of Chucky, “KNOCK IT OFF!”

Joe cannot remember a bigger distraction for the Dolphins than this week. If it is proven the Dolphins coaches ordered a Code Red, then there will be heads rolling, deservedly so.

18 Responses to “Plan To Beat Dolphins Is Simple”

  1. joseph mamma Says:

    Hey if these guy’s can’t beat J. Trueblood and got no sacks against him, I doubt we’ll be attacking any dead beat Miami sticks in front of us. Great clip of “A Few Good Men” though.

  2. The_Buc_Realist Says:

    The Bucs have no D-Ends, They were beaten by Seahawks backups last week.

  3. Chris Says:

    I hope espn puts the spotlight on Tanehills wife. It’ll be better than the game.

  4. AmbushBuc Says:

    Fat chance. Our DEs all stink to high heaven, and our only decent DT is barely above average. Blitzing on every play will get you burned eventually. Blitzes really only work when you catch the other team by surprise.

  5. ElioT Says:

    Joe, It’s a nice dream but it’s not going to happen!

    The Bucs D-line will get their a**es kicked all night long by the Dolphins back-ups. They won’t touch Tannehill.

    Remember… They couldn’t get a sack on Jeremy f**king Trueblood!!!!

    Go Bucs!!!

  6. ben Says:

    Immobile? Dude was a wr,he can move alright

  7. bucrightoff Says:

    Schiano is just happy he’s no longer the most embarassing coach in Florida. If Philbin did indeed instruct Incognito to “toughen up” Martin then his career as a coach is over. And when you consider Martin never went to the coaches, its not a stretch to imagine Philbin did indeed do it.

  8. Buc'It Says:

    That’s what I was finna say, I’m pretty certain Tannehill is a former WR so immobile isn’t a very good adjective to describe him

  9. mvermulm Says:

    John Jerry looked like a monster in their last game against Cincy, so let’s hope McCoy can bring him down a bit.

  10. Kalind Says:

    Ben is right. Tannehill was a WR at A&M. He can move better than most QBs. I remember the guy scoring on an 80yd run in college. Never saw Glennon or Russell Wilson do that. If you flush him out he can beat you with his legs.

  11. Bucnjim Says:

    Great…..Monday Night Football the Drama Bowl! MRSA vs. the big Meany. Sounds like a wrestling match on Saturday morning. Just wake me up when this nightmare is over. The Bucs couldn’t win with a plus 3 in the turnover battle and what 200 yards rushing. The odds of not winning with those two stats is like 5%.

  12. BucsfaninChina Says:

    Tannehill needs to take his lady to a buffet or two to put some meat on them bones. Id give her the golden corral

  13. BucFan 20 Says:

    To bad they will ADJUST! We can’t stop the run and will leave a receiver wide open for a quick hit before they get there. We better score 32 or more to win.

  14. Bucfan#37 Says:

    Being a Tampa Bay native from way back I despise the Miami Dolphins. Always hated them. I also think the Bucs will get their first win monday night.

  15. ElioT Says:

    I’m still laughing at the thought of anyone thinking we’re going to put pressure yet alone sack any QB. Lmao!!

  16. Tourman Says:

    Love the “CODE RED” idea! Very funny Joe

  17. Adam L. Says:

    The plan to beat the Dolphins is simple:

    Call them names. Eventually they’ll just run home.

  18. Brandon Says:

    “A line that is to keep immobile Ryan Tannehill upright.”

    Do you watch any teams other than the Bucs, Joe? Ryan Tannehill spent his first 2 years at Texas A&M as a WR. He runs in the 4.6 range. He’s run for nearly 300 yards in his season and a half in the NFL with 3 TDs and over 4 yards per run. How is he immobile?