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Miami Dolphins Wednesday Night Random Live Thread | 11/10

You get a live thread! And you get a live thread! And you get a live thread!

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Today is Wednesday.

It is hump day, aka the middle of the week.

And we are now less than 24 hours away from the Miami Dolphins Week 10 matchup vs. the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday Night Football. But, of course, we know how these games usually go. We wait all day and night for the game to finally take place and when it does, well, let’s just say we wish it hadn’t.

So with not a lot going on and the night off to relax, here’s the latest episode of SBNation’s Phinsider Radio: The Jake & Josh Show + a random live thread for you to discuss how your day went with your Phinsider Family.

I hope everyone had a wonderful day!

Oh, and I guess we need a question of the day. So tonight’s question of the day is this, who should be the Dolphins starting QB for tomorrow’s matchup vs. the Ravens? Which quarterback gives Miami the best chance to win? Let us know in the comments section below!


Here’s the important stuff James usually says.

As this is a nightly post (when there is not a live game thread or the Phinsider Question Of The Day Post) feel free to not only discuss the question/topic of the day if there happens to be one but to also use this as a live thread where the rules are pretty wide open, and you can discuss nearly anything so long as you continue to follow the site rules. Also, we obviously encourage group discussions of our Miami Dolphins and the goings-on with the team from day to day. Speaking of site rules the three rules that come with a zero-tolerance policy are that we do not allow ANY personal attacks against your fellow ‘Phins fan or even a troll from another site. Flag it and walk away! There is no reason to get yourself a warning or temporary banning due to someone else’s lack of proper demeanor. Beyond that, there is no discussion or even references to anything remotely religious or political.