DOLPHINS: Dolphins getting Dangerfielded
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Wed May 13 03:20:20 GMT 2009
The analyst that uses high-profile free agents as the primary/only
measure of improvement is the analyst that is no better than the
secretary that wins the office March Madness pool.
excuse the generalization
On 5/12/09, Richie Wohlers <richiewohlers at gmail.com> wrote:
> The Bills have been in 4 since the last time Miami played in one.
> I think the main thing is that Miami didn't really make any exciting
> personnel additions in the offseason, while Buffalo (Owens), NYJ (Sanchez)
> and New England (Tom Brady) have. So that will get people thinking that the
> other teams have passed the Dolphins. I kind of think Miami and New England
> will be competing for the division title, while Buffalo and the Jets are
> both a step behind.
> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 8:05 PM, Rick <mroz66 at comcast.net> wrote:
>> For as long as he's been a name in sports writing, I don't recall Peter
>>> EVER giving the Dolphins any real respect. I don't like him either.
>>> That being said, the Dolphins are a team that hasn't won a Super Bowl in
>>> years, and hasn't even appeared in one in almost 25 years, so one could
>>> an argument that the modern-day franchise has yet to truly earn any real
>> Fair enough....but when was the last time the Jets won or played in a SB?
>> How bout the Bills?
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