2009 Miami Dolphins: Finding Positives in Losing

January 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In 2009, the Dol-Fans' reality was set back after last year’s Cindarella team was not sought out by the prince and the glass slipper was never put back on to prove they were the one’s dancing at the ball last year. This year the Miami Dolphins went back to mediocrity and did not whip together any late season magic to keep midnight from coming, and the carriage from turning back into a pumpkin.
However, all that being said, there were a lot of positives. Don’t believe me? Then sit down and let me show you.
First and foremost, since the 62-7 shellacking the Dolphins took at the hands of the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Divisional playoffs back in 2000, Miami has been in desperate need of a quarterback. The 2009 season has finally allowed them to feel confident in a long-term plan at the most important position in football. I know Henne’s statistics were unimpressive (2878 yards, 12 touchdowns, 14 interceptions), but he gave the Dolphins a down-field passing t...

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