When the Miami Dolphins season officially ends on Sunday, there will likely be little rancor among the teamÆs most fervent followers.áDisappointment, perhaps, but not a lot of finger pointing. In part, that goodwill was earned by head coach Tony Sparano and staff last season when they improbably resurrected a 1-15 team and steered through tumultuous waters en route to a division title. Part of that cachet also comes from the sobering reality of this yearÆs schedule, empirically the most difficult schedule in the league. Furthermore, the Dolphins navigated this seasonÆs nightmarish schedule with both their starting quarterback and running back on injured reserve. Put in the form of a rhetorical question: What other team in the NFL had to navigate an imposing schedule with both their sta ...
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