Miami Dolphins: The 8 Biggest Misconceptions in Team History

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Miami Dolphins: The 8 Biggest Misconceptions in Team History
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Few things instigate the anger of a Miami Dolphins fan—or any fan for that matter—more than listening to somebody inaccurately ramble on about some misconception about the team. They might dismiss Ronnie Brown as a bum, call Zach Thomas overrated, or rag on the 1972 team because they only played a 17-game schedule.

It gets my blood boiling faster than Chad Henne can call a check-down.

For much of the offseason I've written about the Dolphins history, from most despised figures to biggest draft busts to worst contracts. But this slideshow trumps them all. Here, we're going to dispel every misconception about this team, with unrealistic aspirations that everybody in the world will read it and never spur a misguided debate about the Dolphins again.

Also, I'm going to try something different with this slideshow. I listed eight misconceptions here, but if you have one in mind and throw it into the comments, I'll add it into the slideshow.

Let's get interactive.

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