Miami Dolphins

Dolphins Resign Jason Taylor

LANDOVER, MD - DECEMBER 21:  Jason Taylor #55 of the Washington Redskins forces a fumble as he knocks the ball out of the hands of quarterback Donovan McNabb #5 of the Philadelphia Eagles during the game on December 21, 2008 at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Deb LagardeCorrespondent IMay 13, 2009

I was posting a comment on a BR opinion piece about the Jimmy Buffet-ness of the "new" Land Shark Stadium, and about why the Dolphins better not revert back to their "Flipper" days to try to get folks into the stadium: BS over great football!

Well, BR's servers did a number on me and the comment didn't get posted.

So I moseyed on over to NFL.com and saw this news: Jason Taylor is about to re-sign with the Miami Dolphins for $1.5 mil for a year.

Take that, Patriots!

And take that, wussy Dolphin fans who say that the Sparanos will be lucky to finish third in 2009! All the whiners who say the team can't do well because it hasn't signed all those juicy players in free agency that went to the Pats, Jets, and Bills, who signed them because they want to win now.

And take that, wussy Dolphin fans who say drafting Pat White was a mistake, who say that not drafting a pass rusher was a mistake, who say not drafting a play-making WR in round one was a mistake.

Now even I was a bit miffed at first about Vontae Davis, but darn it, if the "trifecta" thinks he's worth it in round one, who am I to argue?

Now maybe Greg Cote at the Miami Herald, who complained just the other day that the Fins, who were about to let Taylor go to the Pats, didn't want to win badly enough, can eat his words.

Who knows? I just might revise my AFC East division winner prediction and pick the Dolphins over the Patriots after all!

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