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Thread: Jason Whitlocks TEN MORE NFL TRUTHS

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    Jason Whitlocks TEN MORE NFL TRUTHS

    Maybe it is just me but why does everyone think The Dolphins are overachievers? I see underachieving I think the Dolphins with the talent they have should be 3-0 and Ronnie should have 400 yards. I know ESPN has something against the Dolphins but if they can get on the Bengals bandwagan after 15 years of no playoffs then why can't they just admit that the Dolphins are not a bad team?

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    3. Of the undefeated teams -- Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Washington and Tampa Bay -- the Buccaneers will stay undefeated the longest.

    If the Bengals get by Houston this weekend, which I don't expect, they'll lose on the road at Jacksonville. Seattle or Denver will stop the Redskins within the next two weeks. The Colts have two straight road trips against beatable opponents -- Tennessee and San Francisco -- but winning on the road is terribly difficult.

    Meanwhile, the Bucs host Detroit, then get to play the QB-less Jets. After Tampa Bay wins those, I envision the Bucs' trouncing overachieving Miami and whipping San Fran on the road to make it to 7-0.
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    Watch the Bucs get rolled by Detroit this weekend.

    There goes the guys whole column.......
    Bring `em home....
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    let's keep things in perspective. the bucs beat a BAD minnesota team, a BAD buffalo team and a TERRIBLE green bay team on a missed extra point. give credit where credit is due...they are winning on the road, but they have 3 wins against teams that are a combined 2-7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thecoordinator
    let's keep things in perspective. the bucs beat a BAD minnesota team, a BAD buffalo team and a TERRIBLE green bay team on a missed extra point. give credit where credit is due...they are winning on the road, but they have 3 wins against teams that are a combined 2-7.
    Thats a great point does everyone just want the bucs to win because they want Cadilac to be better the Ronnie?
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    He actually thinks the Bengals will lose to Houston? What a joke. And he talks like its a no brainer.
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    Keep Miami under the radar? Fine by me.

    Last year they called the Chargers overachievers all season. I'll take 12 wins as overachievers!
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    Saban specifically said one his goals was to get players and the team to overachieve. Looks like he's on the right path!
    Insert witty thought-provoking saying here.
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    It is ESPN don't take it to heart! They can be real idiots.
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    What has the Dolphins done to make ESPN hate them so much? One bad year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Way_Far_Fan_13
    What has the Dolphins done to make ESPN hate them so much? One bad year?
    There not the patriots,
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