Catch-Phrases Miami Dolphins Fans Have Gotten Used to Over the Years

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Catch-Phrases Miami Dolphins Fans Have Gotten Used to Over the Years
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Being a Dolphins fan is a blessing and a curse, but mostly a curse.

Frustration has been piling on over the years through the efforts of Dave Wannstedt, Nick Saban, Cam Cameron and Tony Sparano.

Remember the feelings you had when Nick Saban took the Alabama job? The slight humor, but mostly disbelief, when Miami hired a guy with two first names (Well, two same first names [Cam Cameron])?

What about that fan that you sit next to at games or during training camp that outspokenly voices his frustration with the assumption that he could run the franchise with better success?

What is worse, the "Suck for Luck" campaign or the fact that Miami started winning when they could have had a higher draft pick?

For over a decade, the term "growing pains" has been a huge understatement. 

When your team is living in the glory days of an elf-eared field general (AKA Jay Fiedler), there isn't much to look forward to.

There could be clearer skies on the horizon as Miami has changed head coaches once again. Former Green Bay Packers Offensive Coordinator Joe Philbin is all but expected to turn Miami's fortunes around.

But until that happens, Dolphins fans can continue to live in the cellar of the AFC East and, more importantly, continue to serve as the whipping boy for the juggernaut New England Patriots.

This isn't to say that these tough moments haven't given fans something to laugh about. Imagine if Ted Ginn Jr. was never picked at the ninth spot, several dozen draft picks ahead of his projected pick.

Anyways, I hope you enjoy the video. It does contain very minor language.

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