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    No more excuses, the time is now!

    Remember it was Schotty's fault.. we all new we would never win a SB with him as our OC. He's gone now, we have a real coordinator.

    Sanchez has experienced the glory and has experienced the failure, its his 4th yr, the training wheels are off its time to man up. Remember it took Namath 4 yrs to win it all.

    We all know our defense will be top 5. We need our running game, and its up to the O-line to protect Sanchez. With that being said, we will improve and we will make it to the SB, and if it isn't this yr it will be EPIC in our own backyard next yr, and become the 1st NFL team to win a SB in their own stadium.

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    I'm being positive..i hope it rubs off on you guys....

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    fact is our WR core has made a HUGE dropoff since we made the AFC Championship in 2010.

    Braylon, Holmes, and Cotchery was an awesome team.

    We have basically substituted Braylon for Hill and Cotchery for Kerley. A lot of question marks there, and we seem to have lost both experience as well as some "clutch factor."

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJETS2121 View Post
    Remember it was Schotty's fault.. we all new we would never win a SB with him as our OC. He's gone now, we have a real coordinator.

    This might be interesting ...

    From Division II to Dolphins, Sparano's rise impressive

    By Matt Mosley | ESPN.com

    Parcells promoted Sparano to offensive line coach following the 2004 season. He had been an offensive line coach at his alma mater, the University of New Haven, and then Boston University before eventually landing a similar role with the Cleveland Browns in 2000. When Sean Payton left Dallas to take the head coaching job in New Orleans after the 2005 season, he wanted Sparano to be his offensive coordinator.

    But despite the better title and opportunity to make more money, Parcells blocked the move because he didn't want to lose Sparano. At the time, Sparano was devastated.

    He knew how small the window could be for advancement in the league. And Parcells, not a man given to subtlety, didn't exactly soften the blow.

    "He told me, 'Sparano, you don't know nothing!' and that was pretty much it," said the new Dolphins coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJETS2121 View Post
    Remember it was Schotty's fault.. we all new we would never win a SB with him as our OC. He's gone now, we have a real coordinator.

    Sanchez has experienced the glory and has experienced the failure, its his 4th yr, the training wheels are off its time to man up. Remember it took Namath 4 yrs to win it all.

    We all know our defense will be top 5. We need our running game, and its up to the O-line to protect Sanchez. With that being said, we will improve and we will make it to the SB, and if it isn't this yr it will be EPIC in our own backyard next yr, and become the 1st NFL team to win a SB in their own stadium.
    Go Team Go?!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JB1089 View Post
    Go Team Go?!

    However it goes, let's remember that it was Rex that wanted him.

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    We just have to win the first game... *eyesclosedandfingerscrossed*

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