richiewohlers at gmail.com
Mon Nov 17 17:12:21 GMT 2008
I don't think the surprise factor is important. But the heightened
expectations (by players and fans) might be difficult to live up to.
(Surely the coaches would be able to see where their team really is.)
On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 9:06 AM, LD Mobile <ldouglas at gmail.com> wrote:
> and the problem with making the playoffs this year is that next year
> expectations will be up and we won't be able to surprise anyone anymore.
> Sent from my Treo
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> From: "Richie Wohlers" <richiewohlers at gmail.com>
> Subj: Re: DOLPHINS: Pennington
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> Here's the remaining schedule, and my guess about the results. I think a
> 10-6 record is very likely, possibly even 11-5. 10-6 will probably be good
> enough for a wildcard. But, I agree that the Dolphins are not yet a
> playoff-caliber team. They might make the playoffs this year. They might
> be a better team next year, and miss the playoffs.
> NE (L)
> at StL (W)
> at Buf (L)
> SF (W)
> at KC (W)
> at NYJ (W)
> On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 4:58 AM, Mark L. Diana <mdiana at tulane.edu> wrote:
> > I have to add that I am highly skeptical that we will actually make the
> > playoffs this year. If we do, I don't think we'll advance far (although a
> > first round win is possible). We just have too many inconsistencies,
> > particularly on ST.
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