Randy.Salas at startribune.com
Tue Nov 25 20:22:42 GMT 2008
The irony is that the Dolphins pretty much shut down Randy Moss when they pasted the Pats earlier this season -- along with Welker, Cassel and the Pats defense. Was Moss being disrespected then? The only difference is that Moss overcame it this time. So it's only disrespect if he wins?
One thing that really riles me is that the Dolphins completely embarrassed the Pats earlier this season, by a wider point margin and without running up the score as time expired, yet Sunday's Pats victory is being treated as if New England completely owned the Dolphins this season.
From: dolphins-disc-bounces at phins.com [mailto:dolphins-disc-bounces at phins.com] On Behalf Of LD
Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2008 2:12 PM
To: General Discussion of the Miami Dolphins
Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: Adversity
i disagree - you need these type of challenges to keep you at your
peak. This is what that team thrives on and it works for them. It's
what kept Michael Jordan at the top for so long.
On 11/25/08, Danny Nelson <cheesefrog at usa.net> wrote:
> Some people just don't "get it."
> And Moss is clearly one of those people.
> ------ Original Message ------
> From: "Richie Wohlers" <richiewohlers at gmail.com>
>> It's not just you. I hate the term. I don't understand the point of
>> it personally that a team puts an "incompetent" player to cover you. Just
>> beat them and be happy about it. Why be angry?
>> On Sun, Nov 23, 2008 at 7:23 PM, Danny Nelson <cheesefrog at usa.net> wrote:
>> > Is it just me
>> > or is disrespect one of the most overused and useless terms of the last
>> > decade?
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