Harrington to remain as Dolphins' starter

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  1. texan279

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    http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/6044064

    DAVIE, Fla. (AP) - Joey Harrington will stay as the Miami Dolphins' starting quarterback -- for now.

    Dolphins coach Nick Saban said this afternoon that Harrington will enter the week as the first-stringer over Daunte Culpepper, who started the season's first four games.
     
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    and there's another loss.
     
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    Seems that Pepp and Saban have exchanged pleasentries about him not starting. Happend befor last game. Saban isn't one to take opposition very well and probably will set Pepp for a couple of games under the pretense of his injury not being ready.
     
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    Pepp for Bulger? I can dig it.
     
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    Thought I'd bump this one up... who thinks it's related to Culpepper's play/argument with Saban and who thinks it's related to Culpepper's knee as Saban claims? Essentially what I'm asking is, how stupid/crazy do you think Saban is?
     
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    culpepper isn't healthy. harrington looked damn good today. so did ronnie brown. and no pressure on harrington at all. amazing! a running game + good protection = good QB play. incredible!
     
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    Two INTS? What happened there? Looked like a typical Harrington performance from the stat sheet? Culpepper will be back after the bye week.
     
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    one INT was right into chambers' chest, and he just bounced it around and into the jets' hands. bad play by chambers. the other one was awful and clearly a bad decision. but both were in the 1st quarter, and he adjusted well after that.
     

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