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Zach Thomas: I played against New England twice a year every year my whole career. I learned to not like that team. I wasn't going to join them.
Second to last in the great state of Florida...just barely above the Florida Panthers.
ESPN: Bleacher graduates?
Wisdom from a "QB Whisperer::
"No we have our FRANCHISE QB and I want to keep him rather than get 2 guys who may or may not be productive NFL players.
Palmer's situation is different and if I had my choice between Palmer and buttfumble, I'd take buttfumble"
Lists like this are cool and all, but nobody can really understand the experience of a true fan going into their home stadium to cheer their team on. Obviously, because I am a Dolphins fan, I would much rather be in Miami for a Dolphins game than be in Green Bay for a Packers game.
Lists like this are cool for the mainstream, casual fan. That is fine, but during the NFL season there is no place I'd rather be than Sun Life Stadium for a game.
But #1 in our hearts
Not every human is a manipulative, opportunistic, letch... or at least that's what I'm told.
How did the Yankees not make number one?
Ross has bungled some stuff down in Maima since his tenure and being a long time Miami fan I can certainly say that Miami overall has more of a fickle and non traditional fan base than most NFL clubs. If we are winning the stadium is crowded like all teams but otherwise there are a lot of empty seats and in many cases there is a much higher percentage of fans from other clubs at the stadium than what you would find at other stadiums. This may be due for many reasons. Etremely hot conditions, local hispanic population whose real football is spelled futbol, a state population on the coasts that is very transient as well as the many more options available for outdoor activities that are available here futher south than most other states.