I was surprised he even took the job in the first place. He's rolling in money so who needs the pressure of running a pro football team in a major market? Everyone in Miami loves him and we all know how fickle sports fans can be. Who needs that headache?
Does he have to give Deion his present back now? :)
Originally posted by kazhayashi81Obviously a result of seeing the Pats winning the SuperBowl, then coming to the realization the team he built would have to play them twice a year :)
The Dolphins played the Pats pretty close during the season. An OT loss (which the Dolphins could have easily won had Mare not been kicking FG's off the dirt), and a game in NE in which they held the Pats offense to 3 points.
So do you go back to the guys you already interviewed when everyone knows they're 2nd choice or do you start all over again?
I don't think it's a big deal. They already filled the GM spot, which was the big priority.
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