NFL Football Fragments: When Is Improvement a Bad Thing?

Posted: 8th December 2009 by Paul Preibisius in NFL
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Sometimes utter collapse can be better for a team than showing some reason for optimism, especially in the closing half of a season. Miami is a perfect example of this.á The 1ù15 debacle two years ago was the trigger for a thorough purge that rapidly charged the team back to respectability. After a division crown last year, they will most likely miss the playoffs this time around, with injuries and an 0ù3 start to the year giving them just a little too much to overcome. Yet they are proving to be stiff competition, as evidenced by their 22ù21 duel with the New England Patriots. One has to wonder, if Miami had done just enough to eke out a 4ù12 or 5ù11 record in 2007, does Parcells get brought on board for a thorough housecleaning? Or does Cam Cameron get a pass because it was his fir ...

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