Miami Dolphins Show Cowardice in Not Pursing Randy Moss

November 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Welcome to another eight weeks of NFL mediocrity.
At 4pm this afternoon, I was waiting with baited breath to see if the Dolphins would make a move that could open up their offense, give them a glimpse into how to play the Patriots and Jets, and at the very least, prevent teams like the Titans, Patriots and Jets (whom they're competing with for AFC Playoff spots) from picking up a potential big play wide receiver. Alas, they didn't even bother.
And I wasn't surprised at all.
Cowardice is the best way to describe the Miami Dolphins this season. All-Pro. Future Hall of Fame wide receivers with gas left in the tank (and that can help against division rivals on the road) don't just fall out of the sky. Yet, there was Randy Moss, falling right out of the sky and ready to land with anyone who wanted him.
But the Dolphins moved right out of the way and allowed the Tennessee Titans to pick him up. I have a feeling that in two weeks, when we can barely pass t...

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