- Fins beat Steelers on final play Antonio Brown steps out of bounds at the 13 yard line, sealing the Fins' win
- Fins shut down Jets Miami's defense dominates in a 23-3 victory at New York
- Fins hold off Chargers Brent Grimes' last second deflection sealed Miami's victory
- Fins lose lead and game to Bucs Stupid penalties and missed tackles put the Fins season in doubt
Well guys, here it is: the 2011 NFL regular season. After the most unusual offseason in the history of the sport, football is back baby!
Masochist Dolfans (redundant, I know) brace themselves for another season of possible disappointment. Sure, there are a few fans who have not had their optimism ground to dust by years of coming up short. The optimists list more than a few valid reasons for hope:
Addition by subtraction – Part 1: gone is dinosaur/albatross OC Dan Henning. I had doubts former Cleveland OC Brian Daboll would be an upgrade, but the fact is I liked the play calling in the preseason. Sparano admits that during the offseason he realized that Miami needed to pass more (you think?) and Daboll looks like he’s delivering on that so far.
“Jesus in Cleats”: Reggie Bush has explosive ability and showed his rookie year that he can be a force. Playing on Miami’s natural turf with a chip on Continue reading