1. Miami Dolphins: Over a Decade of Futility at Quarterback

    There are few rushes in life greater than consuming a few rum and cokes and watching your team win a title. Fortunately, I have seen the Heat, 'Canes, Marlins, and Panthers make runs for the title, most of them successful...

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  2. 6 NFL Superstars Destined for Regression

    The term "superstar" can be hotly debated, come and go or be a permanent title to a Hall of Famer. While the deeming of these six NFL stars is subjective, what I predict through ...

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  3. Miami Dolphins Week 3: 6 Disturbing Results from the Browns Clash

    Well, with the Marlins and Panthers abysmal during the weekdays, optimistic Miami sports fans have their football to turn to in the Autumn...

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  4. Miami Dolphins Week 2: 6 Ways To Beat the Texans

    The city of Miami is in a panic. While a 14 point loss to who could become the Super Bowl Champions is respectable, the reliable defense that Miami expected to cause havoc was torched mercilessly my a calm and protected Tom Brady ...

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  5. 2011 NFL Kickoff: The Best Defender from All 32 Teams

    I decided to write this as a companion to Erik Frenz's article . However, there is one change. Instead of the best play-maker, the best overall defender will be assessed...

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  6. NFL Kickoff 2011: 9 Late-Round Draft Picks Sure to Light Up the NFL

    Categorically, at least to me, the late rounds are three and later. Every year there are some serious surprises. A diamond in the rough leaves teams scratching their heads, disappointed that they did not nab said player earlier...

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  7. LeBron James and the 12 Greatest Pure Athletes of All Time

    Having been the beneficiary of an inter-disciplinary athletic career, enjoying success in baseball, basketball, hockey, football and rugby, I find it safe to say that I have the ability ...

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  8. Miami Hurricanes: 6 Improvements to Watch in 2011

    After the 7-6 season, the firing of coach Randy Shannon and the embarrassments at the hands of FSU and Notre Dame, Miami fans had six reasons to lament a disappointing season...

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  9. NFL Power Rankings 2011: A Kickoff Companion

    The NFL Power Rankings are a desirable method in sharing opinions with fans and writers across the nation...

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  10. 6 Miami Hurricanes Prepared to Impact the NFL.

    As Miami Hurricanes coach Al Golden blazes the recruiting trail for next season, leaving many Canes' fans with nothing but optimism, he has changed the culture within the U...

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  11. 6 Miami Dolphins Poised to Have Breakout Seasons

    The Miami Dolphins already have star power on both sides of the ball. In the most competitive division in football (yes, I would take the Pats and Jets over the Cowboys , Giants ...

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  12. Cameron Wake and the Buzz Surrounding the Miami Dolphins Defense

    D is for Dolphins . Defense has been the moniker for Miami from the days of the "No Names" through the years of Zach Thomas and Jason Taylor and to the present day. It seems as if the Dolphins always have a star or two to anchor a physical defense...

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  13. 6 Reasons Why the Florida Marlins Will Make the Playoffs in 2012

    At this time, it seems nearly impossible for your Florida Marlins to push for the Wild Card. The Fish are currently mired in the midst of a six game losing streak with no foreseeable end in sight...

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