He Said: Hard Knocks Miami Dolphins Ep. 2


This week’s installment of HBO’s Hard Knocks was really good television.  I’m not quite sure what I expected to see, but most of what I saw was completely unexpected.  It may have been one of the best episodes of the program that I have ever seen.  Here are 10 of the most riveting and entertaining moments of tonight’s episode:

10.  Ryan Tannehill singing “Lean On Me” in a team meeting

9.    The bad rookie haircuts and shaved eyebrows.  Coach Philbin didn’t seem amused

8.    Sports Illustrated’s Peter King with Coach Philbin, nosing around

7.    Mike Sherman telling a struggling TE that he would cut him today if he were the GM

6.    Dolphin great Bob Griese asking about Tannehill. The past interested in the future

5.    The coaches nicknaming a slow receiver, Ankle Weight Wallace

4.    QB David Garrard injuring his knee right before the first preseason game

3.    Offensive line and their Band of Brothers mentality

2.    Coach Philbin opening up about the death of his son in December

1.    Chad Johnson: I heard about it, but him getting cut was shocking.  He came straight in from jail.  A very shameful and apologetic Chad reminded his coach that he’s never been in trouble before.  Philbin’s response:  This is not the right fit, things aren’t meshing. It was just sad to watch.  Unfortunately, this is a pitiful way to end a productive career.  This show has always done a remarkable job giving fans an inside few of what happens during training camp.  Hands down, the most intense Hard Knocks episode I’ve ever watched.  

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