"Well, I guess in 2016 we're undefeated.....
.....hopefully we can stay undefeated.”
Dolphin’s owner Stephen Ross, January 4, 2016 after a season ending win; Dolphins finished 6-10; no playoff appearance
"....if there is activity in the ball prior to the rubbing action....
Bill Belichick, Sat Jan 24, 2015
"You may think that you are some kind of god to these people. But we both know what you really are."
"What's that? A criminal?"
"Worse. A politician."
Source: Under The Dome
I really could care less about what Ross has to say, he says the same stuff all the time. Im not excited about the offseason nor am I dreading it. I will wait and see because I have no choice. Not sure why anybody would be super excited about Ireland with a few more draft picks lol or some money to spend. he has had picks and money before and he wasted both.
Member of the EIB club
Stability is fine if a franchise is successful. The Miami Dolphins are clearly not. This team over the last 4 season has records of 7-9, 7-9, 6-10 (including an 0-7 start) and another 7-9 this season.Stephen Ross said the Dolphins would be a playoff team this season, they were not. Einstein Ireland said back in may that after watching game tapes of Tannehill and Robert Griffin III, that they were both similar players. Remember that? Is there ANYONE who watched both players this season who think they are similar? This is the kind of buffoon we have running an NFL franchise. So now we all know Dolphin fans, Stephen Ross wants stability and with Jeff Ireland running things there in Davie 7-9 is about what we will get next season and the season after that. Stability indeed.
Well we are consistent lol
Things could be much worse. We are in better shape than the Jets and Bills. We have a QB to build around and a coach that has a brain. While Ross may not be a great speaker anyone actually watches that interview today can see that he wants to win and now that he has put his guy in he will take responsibility for not winning next year. If you watch this you do not see a man who will keep Jeff Ireland if ihe screws up this offseasons draft and free agency and next year ends the same or worse than the 2012 season.
This is Ross's last chance, and quite frankly I would be more happy if Ross proves all the oranges wrong and we do well next year (and the coming years) than the alternative.