Miami Dolphins 2013 Predictions: What the Experts Think

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Miami Dolphins 2013 Predictions: What the Experts Think
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NFL Preseason predictions: we all claim to hate reading and watching them, yet we all wind up doing just that, even if they make us angry.

Done in every sport as the season begins, experts will take a look at each team and predict their record for the upcoming season as well as where they will finish in relation to the playoffs.

In the NBA it's fairly easy since each conference typically has anywhere between two and four teams that you would say have a legitimate shot at the title. You could've said 10 minutes after Game 7 of the NBA Finals that the Heat and Spurs will meet again in the 2013-14 NBA Finals, and stick to said prediction without anyone batting an eyelash (save of course for Chicago Bulls fans who think that Derrick Rose coming back will be the be-all, end-all of the Heat. Beat Indiana first and maybe we'll talk).

But in the NFL, it's much harder because it's not just any given Sunday in play, it's any given season. If any fanbase knows that, it's the Miami Dolphins' fanbase that saw them go 1-15 in 2007, followed by an 11-5 2008 campaign led by Chad Pennington after he was replaced in New York by Brett Favre. A certain injury to a certain rival quarterback didn't hurt their chances, either.

After that season you would think that the press would end the preseason prognostications, however the opposite has happened, and everyone with a platform provides their own predictions without fail.

I've even done it myself and will provide my season predictions on my Dolphins Central Radio podcast. But today prepare to be angry at other people as we will look at what the experts seem to think of how the Miami Dolphins might do.


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