Same here Rider of ROHAN :rock: , You tell them Bro :speech: , just shut up and play :runaway: , Well as for the Marlins kay: , their still in it, They won :cheer: 7 - 6 tonight, only a half game behind in the standings, who knows , maybe another World Series this year ??? :banana: :applause: epper:rider_of_rohan said:Ever get tired of players being so cocky? I think teams that dont talk trash are better. Miami had some really stupid cocky players for a while, anyone remember the sugar bowl where the team showed up in fatigues? I do, they got there asses kicked, and was happy to see it. Shut up and play, thats what I say.
Wait SDK , the test is coming up on Sunday, against the JETS, we'll see how good the " Dull " Fins really are. :cheers:SDK4 said:That win by the Dolphins was a huge surprise to me. I didn't think Nick Saban could do it but he did.
SDK , remember there's always that Bad team attitude when the DOLPHINS - JETS meet, its like the Elephant vs the Bull, both with horns, and the winner is The JETS, they hate us like MUD !!!, they love to stump us out into the water. But who knows maybe the score could end up " Dull " Fins 23, JETS 21, it will be that close. I'll keep my money on the 6 Million Lotto !!! :cheers:SDK4 said:Well if the JETS play like they did last Sunday vs the Chiefs, I'm sure even the Dolphins could beat them.
Daktronics Inc. (Nasdaq-DAKT) of Brookings, S.D., announced today that it has been awarded a contract to design and build the world’s largest high definition (HD) light emitting diode (LED) display for Dolphins Stadium.
Daktronics has been chosen by Dolphins Stadium to provide two large ProStar® video displays, each with true, physical pixel resolution exceeding the 720p high definition television standard of 720 pixel by 1,280 pixel resolution. The largest of the two displays will be the largest of its kind in the world. The project is scheduled to be completed in time for the 2006 baseball season, which begins in April.
The facility will be the first NFL venue to implement true HD large screen video. Sports fans are becoming accustomed to watching their teams on high definition broadcasts. Now fans in Dolphins Stadium will see incredible, high resolution, crystal clear, live video and replays on the new digital displays behind each end zone.
Both ProStar® screens will incorporate an even wider aspect ratio than the 9:16 wide screen ratio of HD television, and will give fans a wider, more panoramic view of the action. With their superb resolution and super wide format, the displays will also have the ability to show multiple images simultaneously.
Behind the east end zone, a Daktronics ProStar® display will be installed on the existing scoreboard structure. This display will measure approximately 50 feet high by 137 feet with a true resolution of 736 pixels high by 2,112 pixels wide. Full-screen images shown on this display will be comprised of more than 1.5 million pixels, made from more than 4.6 million red, green and blue LEDs.
Upon completion, this display will become the world’s largest high definition video display, surpassing one installed earlier this year that was recognized as the largest by Guinness World Records. The largest of the two ProStar® displays at Dolphins Stadium will be nearly 20 percent larger than the current record holder.
Behind the west end zone, a second large ProStar® display will be installed. This high definition display will measure approximately 50 feet high by 99 feet wide, and will be mounted to the existing support structure.
“Daktronics is very excited about the opportunity to bring true HD large screen video to a great venue like Dolphins Stadium,” said James Morgan, President and CEO of Daktronics. “This will add another dimension and greater entertainment for the fans. With this upgrade, Dolphins Stadium will claim the world’s largest HD video screen, which will be a landmark for video display technology.”
“As a football fan who has attended Dolphins games, I can say the game-day experience is already exceptional,” said Brent Stevens, Daktronics Regional Sales Manager for Large Sports Venues. “The installation of these two revolutionary displays will enhance that experience even further by allowing Dolphins fans to see images unsurpassed in any venue in the world.”
Said Stevens: “Fans will be amazed with the image quality of the ProStar screens."
In a clutch game Dale they couldnt beat the girlscouts..or the vikings lolDale said:Why can the Dolphins not beat New York teams ?