Suck for Luck: Why the Miami Dolphins Are Still in Race After Their Week 9 Win

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Suck for Luck: Why the Miami Dolphins Are Still in Race After Their Week 9 Win
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The Miami Dolphins defeated the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-3, on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium, and there are many Dolphins fans upset at the outcome and panicking because of the chance that the team might lose out on the Andrew Luck sweepstakes.

This is new for me. 

No, not writing the "don't panic, stay off the ledge" article. If you've read my work on the Miami Heat (please come back NBA, I like writing about the Heat but can't with this lockout), then you know that I've written quite a few pieces urging for Heat fans (mainly myself) to relax and step off the ledge and not panic after a Heat loss. 

This, of course, comes from the fact that every Heat loss, even in the regular season, came with speculation that the sky was falling. 

They wound up going to the NBA Finals in the end, where there was an open letter berating the team after a Game 2 collapse and a Game 4 article telling fans not to panic.

OK, so Miami lost the series, but that's not the point. The point is, I can write articles to talk people off of the ledge.

And I'll do just that right now because the Miami Dolphins are still in the thick of things in the Andrew Luck sweepstakes. 

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