Why the Miami Dolphins Should Not Depend On One Player

Posted: 20th November 2009 by Roberto Alvarez-Galloso in NFL
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The 2009 NFL season for the Miami Dolphins is a far cry from the 2007 and 2008 seasons. It has been marked with five victories and five defeats as well as Ronnie Brown and Chad Pennington being out during most or the rest of the season. The pundits were afraid that the season would be over with the injury of Pennington and have repeated their predictions after Ronnie Brown's injury. The game against the Carolina Panthers proved that this was not the case. The Fins still have life and have been able to cope in their last game with the help of Ricky Williams. It does not mean that they are going to win every game and that they are Super Bowl material. The underwriter wrote in previous articles about the meltdown of the southernmost NFL Team in America. He stated reasons such as lack of pract ...

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