David Ramer All Star Miami Dolphins Roster

This is the longest in 6 years that I have been away from the computer. Away from this site. I haven’t posted since last week and I feel…well, I feel nothing actually. Nothing really going on and even the labor situation has become boring as both sides have finally stopped trying to drum up fan support and are simply sitting idle while they await the June 3rd hearing.

Then, we got an Email from David Ramer who was watching his son play “Madden” with the “All Dolphins” team and hit the Email button with the suggestion of doing a poll to see who is Miami’s greatest at each position. I remember we had done this poll a few years ago, but couldn’t remember exactly when. Turns out it was, if memory serves correctly, around the time of the last labor issue when then Commissioner Paul Tagliabue was leading the charge.

David pointed out that the no-brainer was the QB position. Obviously Jay Fiedler would win in a landslide, so instead we will assume that all of our former “star” QB’s would not be eligible to compete. But we still need a QB so today we will assume that Danny Boy is nursing his Achilles’ and we need the best “off the bench back-up” in team history.

So today you vote for the best back-up QB in Miami’s existence. We will move on with the other positions over the next few weeks until we compile the “David Ramer – All-Star Team”! I like to use the suggester’s name since he took the time to Email us his idea.

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  • daytonadolfan

    Our best off the bench QB of all time has to be Earl Morrell. He came off the bench and only went undefeated for 12 games in 1972.

  • cownipples

    Well, Earl Morrell has the best off the bench record with 12 wins till Bob Griese returned in 1972 playoffs. Another QB to consider would be Don Strock.

    • daytonadolfan

      I would definately want Strock on my team. But if I had to choose just one it would have to be Earl.

  • rob h

    I wish I could submit Bob Griese as the best back up. I don’t remember him ever losing when he came off the bench. His first game in the pros he came in when John Stofa broke an ankle, and engineered a win for those inexperienced Dolphins over the Broncos. In the early ’70′s Griese had some dramatic games against the Steelers, once when he had food poisoning and the other when he was recovering from his broken leg/ dislocated ankle. In the late ’70′s and early ’80′s Griese had been benched a few times and came in and won spectacularly. I never thought of this before I came to this article, but he really did have an astounding record.