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Amandio Ribeiro – aribeiro@tiresolutionsplus.com

I miami hard Rock stadium there is a Walmart that you can quickly get glasses

That is all I have to say

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John Prioletti – jlkaraoke@gmail.com

Why is it that every single week the dolphins get totally screwed over by the refs. In today’s game against the Bucs 11/19 half those penalties were bogus. If you look at the films you will see. Especially the safety that was reviewed and we still got screwed. This has been happening every week. My question is this: Do the referees decide to do this on their own because they just don’t like a certain team for some reason or does the NFL order them to help certain teams? Because the Dolphins are getting hosed every week. I know you think we should be used to it by now but could you lighten up and give us a break once in a while (like just be fair) because it’s getting kind of pathetic on your part. I would appreciate a reply, TY, John.

Michael Fritz – mjafri1988@gmail.com

The ref should be fired they are helping the saint after the dolphins stop them short on he first down and the refs gave the saint first down

John Bergman – jbergman@trulite.com

I have been an NFL fan for 48 yers and I attend numerous games. Never have I been so appalled as to the referees handling of a game in my life. The referees had no handle on this game and did absolutely nothing to keep any. To see the Pittsbugh Steelers numerous attempts to strip the ball after the play was long over being allowed by the refs without a single delay of the game call led to the uncontrol. Miami’s first possession where the player was allowed to launch into the quarterback showed the way the refs were going call this game. To see exactly how poor the refs did in this game, I will call to your attention 2 plays. Remember these are only examples of the poor officiating.

With just under 11 minutes left in the 2nd quarter, Jay Ajayi clearly reaches forward with the ball for the 1st down, which he was not given. The ensuing play, Miami runs a fake punt. Michael Thomas runs for the first easily and # 45 dives in way after the whistle. 95 for Pittsburgh pushes a Miami player several times way after that. 88 for Pittsburgh goes after Michael Thomas. No action by the refs whatsoever for any of it except blowing their whistles repeatedly. Doesn’t do anything.

Several plays later at just over 7 minutes left in the quarter, Bud Dupree again launches with the crown of his helmet into the facemask of Matt Moore. CLEARLY deserved a targeting and ejection. After the play was over, Jay Ajayi pushes a Steeler player. Unsportsmanlike conduct. He did the same thing #95 did SEVERAL times earlier and with no call on him. End result is that Pittsburgh player targets a quarterback and a Miami player shoves a Steeler player. No yardage on penalties. Miami now has 1st and 25 instead of 2nd and 9.

So your referees way to get a game under control is to throw a flag on the team that has been getting roughed all game. Absolutely pathetic.

Nathan Umphreys – Nu8503@gmail.com

Wrolstads crew blindly officiated the Dolphins vs. Steelers game, I had no dog in this fight but all the late hits and the holding and even the targeting of the Dolphins quarterback was not handled correctly. Steelers were nose down plowing head first into everyone and it was never called. Even the steelers safety accidentally took out his own team mate on a nose down head first hit…. if concusions and game integrity is really the goal then these things have to be cleaned up.

Tina Cast – tinamiamidolphins239@gmail.com

I was watching the Bills vs Dolphins game. They called a taunting penalty for Jarvis Laundry spinning the ball. But when a Buffalo guy gets in his face nothing happens. Why was the spinning called but not getting in his face?