DOLPHINS: The dissing continues
Mark S. Clark
clark.m.s at gmail.com
Mon Dec 7 02:17:20 GMT 2009
But the media also loves to point out (usually at the start of a game) that
Belichick's record versus the Dolphins is worse than against any other team.
So in essence, they announce that the Dolphins have been Belichick's
toughest opponent. Yet we "shocked" them?
It's the inconsistency that gets me. They contradict themselves all the
On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 9:09 PM, Danny Nelson <cheesefrog at usa.net> wrote:
> I think it's pretty understandable that anyone should consider this win
> unlikely. The Patriots' legacy is still pretty fresh, and the Dolphins are
> only 2 seasons removed from 1 win, plus they are missing something like 6
> offensive starters from the opener. Of course Dolphins fans know that our
> team does not fear the Pats and generally split with them. It's just not
> of a storyline I suppose.
> ------ Original Message ------
> From: "Mark S. Clark" <clark.m.s at gmail.com>
> > Have you all noticed that according to the media, the Dolphins "shocked"
> > Patriots?
> > I'm sorry. but the Pats are not so much better that we "shocked" them.
> > If the Lions handed the Saints their first loss, THAT would be a shocker.
> > But especially considering how we played them in the first meeting, it's
> > hardly a "shock" that we won today.
> > That's my opinion anyway.
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