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PROUDMONKEY
04-26-2007, 05:50 PM
My morning routine of late has included the daily purchase of one USA Today newspaper.Great article below from this mornings newspaper about Quinn below, but what made me almost drive off the road this morning is when I reviewed USA today's listing of the top 5 teams in the NFL needing Quarterbacks. Would you believe the Miami Dolphins was not even on the list! What are these writers thinking???
They do mention in the article that Quinn may go to Miami, but how you don't include the Dolphins in the top 5 of teams needing a QB is beyond me. Further more, two of the
teams listed are the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jags! I understand their inclusion to a certain extent, but Baltimore who went 12-4 last year has an aging yet very good McNair returning and Jacksonville's prognosis is not as bleak as Dolphins would you agree? These two teams have returning starters, the Dolphins have a 3rd stringer and
one legged QB who has not been 100% in 4 years! This is nuts. My dog would make a better analyst for this newspaper. Maybe I should forget to buy their most important draft edition tomorrow.

Here's it the article nonetheless in case you missed it at http://thedolphininsider.blogspot.com/

and you can also find it
on http://www.usatoday.com/ (http://www.usatoday.com/)

JERSEYFINFAN23
04-26-2007, 06:00 PM
amazing

dolpns13
04-26-2007, 06:05 PM
My morning routine of late has included the daily purchase of one USA Today newspaper.Great article below from this mornings newspaper about Quinn below, but what made me almost drive off the road this morning is when I reviewed USA today's listing of the top 5 teams in the NFL needing Quarterbacks. Would you believe the Miami Dolphins was not even on the list! What are these writers thinking???
They do mention in the article that Quinn may go to Miami, but how you don't include the Dolphins in the top 5 of teams needing a QB is beyond me. Further more, two of the
teams listed are the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jags! I understand their inclusion to a certain extent, but Baltimore who went 12-4 last year has an aging yet very good McNair returning and Jacksonville's prognosis is not as bleak as Dolphins would you agree? These two teams have returning starters, the Dolphins have a 3rd stringer and
one legged QB who has not been 100% in 4 years! This is nuts. My dog would make a better analyst for this newspaper. Maybe I should forget to buy their most important draft edition tomorrow.

Here's it the article nonetheless in case you missed it at http://thedolphininsider.blogspot.com/

and you can also find it
on http://www.usatoday.com/ (http://www.usatoday.com/)

I used to check USA today.com about a year ago because they used to have some nice insight on the fins, however, they have quickly gone right down the toilet in terms of analysis. Now they steal entire analysis from other websites word for word. They are just as bad as ESPN now...And I NEVER check ESPN.

sabansuxithard
04-26-2007, 06:42 PM
I used to check USA today.com about a year ago because they used to have some nice insight on the fins, however, they have quickly gone right down the toilet in terms of analysis. Now they steal entire analysis from other websites word for word. They are just as bad as ESPN now...And I NEVER check ESPN.

Ditto that!!! USA Today has gone to complete crap in a very short time span. I bought their nfl draft guide last Sunday, like I do every year, and all I can say is, I want my money back. This guide is such crap I wouldn't even wipe my bum with it after dropping a big stinky brick in my commode.

maverick50
04-26-2007, 08:28 PM
what is it with these media qeers they always have us getting the worse pick in our division and they suck the sweat righ off a dead mans groin.
i wished that somebody would hire lamar thomas , o.j mcduffy , and other ex dolphins so we can get some good pub .:fire: :fire: :fire:

cnc66
04-26-2007, 08:36 PM
wow

burghPhinFan
04-26-2007, 10:25 PM
saw it too, I was like, helllooooo