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Brandon Marshall predicts big things for 2010

NFL_marshall4_250.jpgOn Saturday, Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall hosted a youth football camp.  Before things got started, he made a bold prediction regarding his exploits among the grown-ups in 2010.

Per Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Marshall said it’s “probably [going to be] the best year I’ve ever had.”

He also said that, despite hip surgery, he’ll be “ready to go full speed” when training camp opens.

And he continued to potentially agitate Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis by explaining that former teammate Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey remains the best cover man in the game.  Marshall even took at crack at new Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie, whom Marshall faced twice per year when he was in Denver and Cromartie played for the Chargers.

Marshall said that Cromartie “has a knack for getting to the football. Very dangerous, but at the same
time, beatable.”

By the way, the Jets and the Dolphins get together in Week Three.  On Sunday night.

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  1. SeriousRadio says: Jun 27, 2010 12:05 AM

    MArshall is just one injury away from being irrelevant. Karma has a way of catching up…

  2. Dolphinatic says: Jun 27, 2010 12:09 AM

    Speak the word BM … j-e-t-s Suck Suck Suck.

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  4. bronxville jets fan says: Jun 27, 2010 12:15 AM

    Good luck with that BM. This isn’t the AFC West anymore.

  5. TFBuckFutter says: Jun 27, 2010 12:26 AM

    I’m pretty sure he makes that prediction every year.
    He even guaranteed he was going to break Marvin Harrison’s reception record the season he was suspended for a game.

  6. J-oh says: Jun 27, 2010 12:29 AM

    Oh Brandon Marshall, you’re such an expert at thinking of yourself above team.

  7. jetsfan101 says: Jun 27, 2010 12:34 AM

    It doesn’t matter what Marshall’s opinion on Cromartie is, because the Jets aren’t letting anyone else but Revis face Marshall. So Marshall can call Cromartie “beatable” but he will never have an opportunity to prove his point.

  8. lifelongphinfan says: Jun 27, 2010 12:52 AM

    brandon is already licking his chops wanting a piece of that jet secondary

  9. funi says: Jun 27, 2010 12:57 AM

    Marshall will have 1 game with 20 catches, 3 games with at leats 8, and the rest unnder 5!

  10. FumbleNuts says: Jun 27, 2010 1:02 AM

    Marshall said that Cromartie “has a knack for getting to the football. Very dangerous, but at the same time, beatable.”
    Can’t wait to see this WAR!

  11. bleedaqua13 says: Jun 27, 2010 2:09 AM

    our run game is gonna roll over the jets defense again like it did last year. And we’ll hammer sanchez til he cries

  12. BullyBirds10 says: Jun 27, 2010 2:44 AM

    this is a top 3 WR, you guys can hate on him all you want, just know this… he is more famous than you will ever be, more richer, and DEF more better than you will ever be. i have to much hate in these forums and the envy is pathetic.

  13. BLeedGreeN4Life says: Jun 27, 2010 3:07 AM

    10-6 wild card

  14. tommyguns says: Jun 27, 2010 5:34 AM

    As far as I can tell, Marshall has talked in the past, but he also backed it up. “Alriiiiight Miami!”

  15. Steve-Mo says: Jun 27, 2010 6:37 AM

    As I Dolphins fan, I’m very excited to have such a talent on the team. That said, I don’t know as if Marshall should be making comments that while are not necessarily rude and challenging, but could motivate opposing corners. After all, I was shitting bricks a few seasons ago when the Dolphins played against the Broncos, only to see Marshall completely shut down by slightly-above average corner Will Allen.

  16. NYMets says: Jun 27, 2010 6:54 AM

    I predict the same success for Brandon Marshall as with Dan Marino.
    The “Sweepers” dreaming and dreamers of the dream.

  17. JetsAreAJoke says: Jun 27, 2010 8:12 AM

    Hey, it’s “The Dreamer” himself. Well little troll, it may be the dream for the Fins fans, but it’s a total NIGHTMARE for you stupid jests fans. My prediction is that the jests get swept AGAIN by the Fins, swept by the patriots (since Brady is now at full strength, and split with the Bills. They will be luck to go their usual 4-12 this year now that other teams have film to study on them and we all know Sancheezy isn’t any better than he was last year. Well, maybe a little better and rexy will add another color to his coding system.
    SAME OL’ JESTS!!!!! It’s in their DNA.

  18. SomeFans says: Jun 27, 2010 8:21 AM

    Get a good look @ the picture jet trolls…. that will be Marshall jumping over lil revis & butthead or any other defender.
    Can’t wait for the excuses when the Dolphins sweep the hopeless wets once again this year. You’ll get a kink in your neck looking up at the rest of the division losers…. wait a minute, do trolls even have necks?
    2010
    Dolphins 11-5
    wetnaps 7-9

  19. SomeFans says: Jun 27, 2010 8:27 AM

    “Dolphins played against the Broncos, only to see Marshall completely shut down by slightly-above average corner Will Allen”
    ———————————————
    (BTW- when Allen is healthy and sober he is better than “slightly above average”)
    It wasn’t just Will Allen and the Dolphin had the best game plan again him he said himself on NFL Network. He said that game frustrated him more than any other he could remember. Dolphins coaching is much better than the jests…should be no problem.
    Nolen will build a top 5 defense.

  20. tom-ass says: Jun 27, 2010 8:33 AM

    It’s going to crush the dreams of jest fans when they fail to win the division again. Then again, they are used to it.
    Just because you got a washed-up former all-pro RB and a suspended WR that Pittsburgh didn’t want anymore, that doesn’t mean your QB will suddenly have a stronger arm or stop throwing picks.
    Try paying the players already on your team instead worrying about being the OTA Champs.

  21. TFBuckFutter says: Jun 27, 2010 9:19 AM

    “BullyBirds10 says:
    June 27, 2010 2:44 AM
    this is a top 3 WR, you guys can hate on him all you want, just know this… he is more famous than you will ever be, more richer, and DEF more better than you will ever be. i have to much hate in these forums and the envy is pathetic.”
    I, for one, put a lot of stock in the opinion of someone who uses the terms “more richer” and “more better”.

  22. dakotah says: Jun 27, 2010 9:32 AM

    Florio why do you eliminate posts related to football, but post commercials like aidenluke27′s? If you’re going to moderate the post the least you could do is eliminate crap like that.

  23. deederbob says: Jun 27, 2010 9:40 AM

    Technically I guess a season-long suspension would be a new personal best for Marshall.

  24. rodge says: Jun 27, 2010 9:40 AM

    @NYMets:
    Considering Marino was a pretty good QB, BM should take that as a compliment. I knew you’d finally cool down on the Dolphin-hating. I’ll return the favor, Sanchez will be almost as successful as Ken O’brien…

  25. caljetsfan says: Jun 27, 2010 9:57 AM

    B.M. is a top notch reciever but he will struggle against Revis, Maybe 1 or 2 catches. Will be great games to watch

  26. Venerable Axiom says: Jun 27, 2010 10:08 AM

    If Marshall saying he actually believes that a 9 time Pro Bowler is the best in the league might “potentially agitate Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis”, then he is already successful at messing with Darrelle’s head. Though I realize it’s only the writers opinion.
    It also seems reasonable to have confidence in your ability after practicing against a 9 time Pro Bowler for the four years since entering the league.
    “I’m grateful to have played with Champ Bailey the past four years [in Denver] and I honestly think he’s still the best corner in the league. I’ve gotten a lot of work with the best. To me, I’ll be OK anywhere I go on Sunday.”
    His actual quote doesn’t seem intended to “agitate”. Of course I realize the point of the statement is to “potentially agitate” Jet fans. Anything that contradicts the “dreaming and dreamers of the dream” is going to agitate the drinkers of the green Kool-Aid.

  27. robsterNY says: Jun 27, 2010 10:09 AM

    Miami’s newest blo-hole…..see ya on the field. Your one good hit from being the team water boy.So keep it up!……BM= Bowel Movement LOL

  28. robsterNY says: Jun 27, 2010 10:21 AM

    The newest Blo-hole!….BM is only a good hit away from becoming the teams water boy. Bring it on Bowel Movement !…See you on the feild.

  29. Harm City Homer says: Jun 27, 2010 10:25 AM

    I doubt he gets as many catches but there should be more TDs with the run game keeping defenses honest.
    Champ is still a shutdown CB that teams feared more than Revis. Revis got tested often but made more plays than he gave up. Champ and Asomogha are still right there and I see them ranked ahead of Revis still, although you would want the younger guy if they are that close.

  30. smithopher says: Jun 27, 2010 10:34 AM

    Dude, all of a sudden Revis isn’t the best corner in the league? I think it’s pretty widely acknowledged he’s the best. He’s gonna make you look stupid Marshall, you’ll eat your words when you rack up 4 rec 32 yards between 2 games with Revis covering your ass.

  31. RUGGERLAD says: Jun 27, 2010 10:35 AM

    SeriousRadio says:
    June 27, 2010 12:05 AM
    MArshall is just one injury away from being irrelevant. Karma has a way of catching up…
    That could be said about any player in the NFL, thanks for the insight.
    Marshall will be tougher for Revis to cover than any WR he has played because of his size and physicality. Revis has the speed to go down the sideline with any WR (eg. a 34 year old Moss) but he gives up a lot of size and strength vs B Marsh. Marshall also practiced up against Champ Bailey in every practice of his career. Champ Bailey is arguably the best CB over the past 4 years combined.

  32. rodge says: Jun 27, 2010 11:00 AM

    @robsterNY
    You seem to have bowel movement problems. Maybe you should remove the gerbil BEFORE going to the bathroom. With that said, LT is one imminent injury away from being a very expensive pine-riding locker room cancer. Cromartie too. Sanchez is a hot dog away from the dreaded sophmore-slump. Can’t wait to watch these teams play. Reality is going to hit the Jests faster than a Braylon Edwards’ dropped catch…

  33. Steve-Mo says: Jun 27, 2010 11:02 AM

    Brandon Marshall predicts big things for 2010
    Posted by Mike Florio on June 26, 2010 11:40 PM ET
    NFL_marshall4_250.jpgOn Saturday, Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall hosted a youth football camp. Before things got started, he made a bold prediction regarding his exploits among the grown-ups in 2010.
    Per Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Marshall said it’s “probably [going to be] the best year I’ve ever had.”
    He also said that, despite hip surgery, he’ll be “ready to go full speed” when training camp opens.
    And he continued to potentially agitate Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis by explaining that former teammate Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey remains the best cover man in the game. Marshall even took at crack at new Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie, whom Marshall faced twice per year when he was in Denver and Cromartie played for the Chargers.
    Marshall said that Cromartie “has a knack for getting to the football. Very dangerous, but at the same time, beatable.”
    By the way, the Jets and the Dolphins get together in Week Three. On Sunday night.
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    29 Responses to “Brandon Marshall predicts big things for 2010″
    1. SeriousRadio says: June 27, 2010 12:05 AM
    MArshall is just one injury away from being irrelevant. Karma has a way of catching up…
    2. Dolphinatic says: June 27, 2010 12:09 AM
    Speak the word BM … j-e-t-s Suck Suck Suck.
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    4. bronxville jets fan says: June 27, 2010 12:15 AM
    Good luck with that BM. This isn’t the AFC West anymore.
    5. TFBuckFutter says: June 27, 2010 12:26 AM
    I’m pretty sure he makes that prediction every year.
    He even guaranteed he was going to break Marvin Harrison’s reception record the season he was suspended for a game.
    6. J-oh says: June 27, 2010 12:29 AM
    Oh Brandon Marshall, you’re such an expert at thinking of yourself above team.
    7. jetsfan101 says: June 27, 2010 12:34 AM
    It doesn’t matter what Marshall’s opinion on Cromartie is, because the Jets aren’t letting anyone else but Revis face Marshall. So Marshall can call Cromartie “beatable” but he will never have an opportunity to prove his point.
    8. lifelongphinfan says: June 27, 2010 12:52 AM
    brandon is already licking his chops wanting a piece of that jet secondary
    9. funi says: June 27, 2010 12:57 AM
    Marshall will have 1 game with 20 catches, 3 games with at leats 8, and the rest unnder 5!
    10. FumbleNuts says: June 27, 2010 1:02 AM
    Marshall said that Cromartie “has a knack for getting to the football. Very dangerous, but at the same time, beatable.”
    Can’t wait to see this WAR!
    11. bleedaqua13 says: June 27, 2010 2:09 AM
    our run game is gonna roll over the jets defense again like it did last year. And we’ll hammer sanchez til he cries
    12. BullyBirds10 says: June 27, 2010 2:44 AM
    this is a top 3 WR, you guys can hate on him all you want, just know this… he is more famous than you will ever be, more richer, and DEF more better than you will ever be. i have to much hate in these forums and the envy is pathetic.
    13. BLeedGreeN4Life says: June 27, 2010 3:07 AM
    10-6 wild card
    14. tommyguns says: June 27, 2010 5:34 AM
    As far as I can tell, Marshall has talked in the past, but he also backed it up. “Alriiiiight Miami!”
    15. Steve-Mo says: June 27, 2010 6:37 AM
    As I Dolphins fan, I’m very excited to have such a talent on the team. That said, I don’t know as if Marshall should be making comments that while are not necessarily rude and challenging, but could motivate opposing corners. After all, I was shitting bricks a few seasons ago when the Dolphins played against the Broncos, only to see Marshall completely shut down by slightly-above average corner Will Allen.
    16. NYMets says: June 27, 2010 6:54 AM
    I predict the same success for Brandon Marshall as with Dan Marino.
    The “Sweepers” dreaming and dreamers of the dream.
    17. JetsAreAJoke says: June 27, 2010 8:12 AM
    Hey, it’s “The Dreamer” himself. Well little troll, it may be the dream for the Fins fans, but it’s a total NIGHTMARE for you stupid jests fans. My prediction is that the jests get swept AGAIN by the Fins, swept by the patriots (since Brady is now at full strength, and split with the Bills. They will be luck to go their usual 4-12 this year now that other teams have film to study on them and we all know Sancheezy isn’t any better than he was last year. Well, maybe a little better and rexy will add another color to his coding system.
    SAME OL’ JESTS!!!!! It’s in their DNA.
    18. SomeFans says: June 27, 2010 8:21 AM
    Get a good look @ the picture jet trolls…. that will be Marshall jumping over lil revis & butthead or any other defender.
    Can’t wait for the excuses when the Dolphins sweep the hopeless wets once again this year. You’ll get a kink in your neck looking up at the rest of the division losers…. wait a minute, do trolls even have necks?
    2010
    Dolphins 11-5
    wetnaps 7-9
    19. SomeFans says: June 27, 2010 8:27 AM
    “Dolphins played against the Broncos, only to see Marshall completely shut down by slightly-above average corner Will Allen”
    ——————– ——————– —–
    (BTW- when Allen is healthy and sober he is better than “slightly above average”)
    It wasn’t just Will Allen and the Dolphin had the best game plan again him he said himself on NFL Network. He said that game frustrated him more than any other he could remember. Dolphins coaching is much better than the jests…should be no problem.
    Nolen will build a top 5 defense.
    !——————–
    Regardless of whether or not you think Allen is “better than slightly above average,” the fact remains he’s not, and never was, nearly as good as Revis, healthy or not. If Allen & the Dolphins can shut him down, Revis & co could as well.
    That tub of lard that coaches the Jets is pretty damn good too, I’m sure he can draw up some nice schemes and take full advantage of the talent they have in the secondary. Personally, I wouldn’t be surprised if Marshall is indeed shut down in one or even both of the games they play against the Jets this season. Fortunately that have other weapons.
    That said, I look forward to a 11-5 season by the Dolphins, as well as the Division title.

  34. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Jun 27, 2010 11:04 AM

    Miami brass was extremely intelligent in it’s acquiring of Brandon Marshall.
    While Revis has had some success shutting down big time WRs such as Randy Moss and others…he has had his struggles against the bigger and stronger WRs in the league. San Diego’s Vincent Jackson has burned Revis for nearly 200 yards and a touchdown in two games over the past two seasons. Some people will want to point to how Revis handled Andre Johnson in week one last year…but looking a little deeper, one would see it was the Jets offense and running game dominating the offensive plays (74 to 49) and time of possession against Houston.
    I expect big things from both Marshall and Chad Henne this year in Miami…Dan Henning has had several receivers in the past have their career years under his wing.
    This is a very good Miami team that will make the playoffs and win at least one playoff game…

  35. NCFinFan says: Jun 27, 2010 11:12 AM

    SeriousRadio says:
    “June 27, 2010 12:05 AM
    MArshall is just one injury away from being irrelevant. ”
    This would apply to every player in the NFL, including your team. Just dumb

  36. NCFinFan says: Jun 27, 2010 11:18 AM

    jetsfan101 says:
    June 27, 2010 12:34 AM
    “It doesn’t matter what Marshall’s opinion on Cromartie is, because the Jets aren’t letting anyone else but Revis face Marshall. ”
    Revis is beatable also, in case you forgot I have linked the video.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyPtJF-IgPc

  37. moolah954 says: Jun 27, 2010 11:22 AM

    all these dolphin fans fail to realize that the average jet fan is not worried about some regular season game what were pissed about is being a half a game away from the super bowl…. remember without those 2 wins against the jets you would of been a 5 win team… i bet it pissed u guys off knowing you beat us twice and you still had to sit at home and watch us in the playoffs

  38. NCFinFan says: Jun 27, 2010 11:24 AM

    funi says:
    June 27, 2010 12:57 AM
    “Marshall will have 1 game with 20 catches, 3 games with at leats 8, and the rest unnder 5!”
    I will take that this year, its a 100 catch year.
    1 game 20
    3 games x 8 = 24
    12 games x 5 = 60
    104 catchs

  39. Patssuckmyleftnut says: Jun 27, 2010 11:25 AM

    If Ted Ginn can burn Revis all night like he did on Monday night last year what the hell do you idiot Jet fans think Marshall will do??? Wake up you scumbags! The Dolphins came out in both games and DOMINATED the line of scrimmage and punched the Jets right in the face!!! Bart Scott still hasn’t found his head yet since Lousaka decapitated him on RICKY BREAKAWAY!!! Everybody keep talking about the paper champions The Phins will do the talking on the field!!!

  40. rodge says: Jun 27, 2010 12:46 PM

    @moolah954
    We all know that the Jets were VERY fortunate to even make the playoffs because of a dumb move by Indy coach late last season. But that is the beauty of the NFL. Any team can win at any time. If Jet fans weren’t upset about the SWEEP last year, they wouldn’t be trolling Dolphins’ articles when they should be shaving their back hairs and trolling the Jersey Shore. The NY Jets play in Jersey right?truth is that Jet fans are sh*tting in their britches because deep down they know that sophmore-slump + the fact that teams now have game film to work with = fluke last year. Revis is very good but he is no doubt a product of that D.

  41. Venerable Axiom says: Jun 27, 2010 1:16 PM

    Moolah wrote,
    “i bet it pissed u guys off knowing you beat us twice and you still had to sit at home and watch us in the playoffs”
    you forgot to include…
    …because we (Jets) had an easier schedule which included the last two opponents who sat their starters, and not because the Jets are a better team (obviously).
    Then your statement would be correct.

  42. Venerable Axiom says: Jun 27, 2010 1:32 PM

    @Steve-Mo
    What the… Oh I get it, your practicing to write a blog.
    @robsterNY
    “Bring it on Bowel Movement !…See you on the feild.”
    Looks like you could use a laxative and indoor plumbing. And, Sanchez is one hit away from being a hotdog vendor.
    @NCFinFan
    I will take that this year, its a 100 catch year.
    1 game 20
    3 games x 8 = 24
    12 games x 5 = 60
    104 catchs
    Nice catch, you beat me to it.

  43. SomeFans says: Jun 27, 2010 1:55 PM

    jest fan are the dumbest in ALL of sports. We All laugh at you idiots!

  44. j.e.t.s. suck suck suck says: Jun 27, 2010 2:04 PM

    NYMets says:
    June 27, 2010 6:54 AM
    I predict the same success for Brandon Marshall as with Dan Marino.
    The “Sweepers” dreaming and dreamers of the dream.
    ————————————————–
    Uhhh…write much???
    How cool is this though…last season the Fins swept the ny jets, This season the Fins will be sweeping the new jersey jets.
    I dream the dream that dreams are made of through a dream of a dream, so mayby I can keep dreaming that we actually don’t suck…damn, I woke up form my dream of a dream and we STILL suck and play in jersey.
    Sincerely NYMets/NJJets

  45. moolah954 says: Jun 27, 2010 2:39 PM

    @rodge and Venerable Axiom ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. answer this how many teams fluke there way into the playoffs and and come a half away from the super bowl. I don’t see how u can say our schedule is easier that yours were both in the AFC east and we both played NFC south teams last year. My question is why couldn’t you guys make it over 500. I bet you wish you had that opportunity cause I know you dolphin fans are saying IF we would of made the playoffs like they did we would of won the super bowl….please….. even if you made it to the playoffs you would of been one and done like the Bengals…your statement just screamed anger there was no facts… relax

  46. bleedaqua13 says: Jun 27, 2010 2:46 PM

    I hope Revis and the Jets do shut Brandon down both times we play them. because that will have meant thAT they focused all their efforts on Marshall and he will have done his job that he was brought in to do. Open up the running game even more and allow hartline, fasano and bess to run free. Good luck trying to stop Brandon and the wildcat at the same time. Basically an impossible task for any team. That’s why we’re going to the super bowl.

  47. Joe C says: Jun 27, 2010 4:24 PM

    OMG you know Miami fans, you might actually want to WIN something in the past 30+ years before you start popping off at the mouth. You’ve got bigger problems then beating the Jets. Seriously.
    As for Marshall, good luck with that one. The odds of him keeping out of trouble for 16 games are about as good as Casey Hampton pushing himself away from the buffet table.

  48. tom-ass says: Jun 27, 2010 5:17 PM

    Joe C….think before opening your cumdumpster.
    How many super bowls have the junior giants won? When was that? How about the last time you won the AFC East? Ooops!
    How many teams willingly laid-down to rest for their own playoff run, which lucked your flawed asses into a wildcard? Oh yeah…
    Two things win regular season games in this league – running the ball and playing defense. However, if you’re not well rounded, any team can shut down a one dimensional team in the playoffs (see also: Colts with a horrible D). All of which has caused delusional thoughts (hopes) that you have a good team and that your return to the playoffs is assured (it’s not). Sanchez won’t wake up and suddenly throw better passes or stop getting picked off. Deal with it…
    As for misbehaving WRs, we have none. Can the same be said for your team? Yeah, not-so-much.

  49. tom-ass says: Jun 27, 2010 5:21 PM

    And yeah, you are right about one thing Joe.
    We DO have better things to concern ourselves with than beating the jests.
    It’s been almost two years since you guys have beaten Miami, so this is becoming less of a concern for us. Seriously.

  50. bleedaqua13 says: Jun 27, 2010 5:22 PM

    hey Joe C, worry about keeping your own thugs out of trouble. If i remember correctly, it’s your new free agent WR thats already suspended 4 games, and is 1 more drug bust away from a year suspension. Talk about money well spent!

  51. 2buku4u says: Jun 27, 2010 5:34 PM

    I could watch that youtube clip all day, if anything just for that look on Revis’ face during the TD celebration…lol! Revis can try and shut down Marshall all he wants, and he definitely has the potential to do so, but he better not make a mistake because if he does Marshall is in the the endzone…you can bank on that. What you SHOULD be worried about is our running game that you couldn’t do shit about last year… good luck on Sunday night.

  52. Bious says: Jun 27, 2010 7:16 PM

    What Star WR is not predicting big things?

  53. Venerable Axiom says: Jun 27, 2010 8:43 PM

    moolah954 says:
    “I don’t see how u can say our schedule is easier that yours were both in the AFC east and we both played NFC south teams last year.”
    Of course you don’t.
    Actually, ESPN and others said it. The Dolphins had the #1 most difficult schedule based on the previous years records, with the Jets at #7.
    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/draft09/news/story?id=4027503
    The differing teams were:
    Dolphins played Chargers, Steelers
    Jets played Raiders, Bengals (who sat starters)
    Everyone already knows about the Colts. The Jets won’t have it so easy in 2010.

  54. Dolphinatic13 says: Jun 27, 2010 9:30 PM

    Haven’t we beaten The Jokes the last 3 times we’ve played them? If Henne develops the way he should, Brown can stay healthy, Marshall will take care of himself. 10 or 11 regular season wins and a playoff appearance is not out of the question.

  55. bleedaqua13 says: Jun 27, 2010 10:19 PM

    there’s no way this team isnt winning 10.
    Just way too much talent.
    They’re top 10 in the league talentwise.
    They’ve been hitting homeruns in the draft with Long, Henne, Langford, Vontae Davis, Sean Smith, Hartline…..and this draft looks stellar with Odrick, Misi and John Jerry

  56. william sizemore says: Jun 27, 2010 11:38 PM

    Why is every word from the New Jersey jets smell like crap? Bill

  57. moolah954 says: Jun 28, 2010 8:05 AM

    @Venerable Axiom ………………………………………………………………………………wait u mean the same chargers that we BEAT in the playoffs not the regular season . i cant even talk playoffs with dolphin fans u guys know nothing about it…… you gave a horrible example…. and when will you guys get over .500… . if you guys were so great, having a difficult schedule shouldn’t be a excuse ….sounds like the cry of a under 500 loser to me

  58. Spygate Operative #1 says: Jun 28, 2010 11:29 AM

    How difficult was the Dolphins record compared to the Jets last year is you use the opponents record for that year instead of the previous year? I don’t have the time but it must be out there somewhere. Be interesting to know because that would be more accurate than basing the schedule difficulty on different teams performances as obviously teams change during the off seasons.

  59. Spygate Operative #1 says: Jun 28, 2010 11:43 AM

    In addition, week 17 Jets played 10 and 5 Cincy, Dolphins played 8 and 7 Pittsburgh.

  60. Rasta-Dolphan says: Jun 28, 2010 3:58 PM

    J-E-T-S Suck suck suck….Revis.. Shmevis my 6year son can cover better than him. When the crappy Jets secondary are busy covering the beast…look out woo woo..woo woo..the R&R railroad is coming and the Jets crappy defense is tied to the track! I can’t for this season!

  61. Jetsman80 says: Jun 28, 2010 6:49 PM

    NYJ ARE GONNA ROCK THIS GUYS WORLD.
    I CANT WAIT TO SEE THEM LOWER THE HAMMER ON HIM.
    HE’S A MARKED MAN.
    ….RASTADOUCHE
    GONNA LOVE WATCHIN YOU CHOKE ON YOUR TEAL SKIVVIES !!
    LMAO
    J-E-T-S…JETS!…JETS!…JETS!

  62. Rasta-Dolphan says: Jun 30, 2010 4:37 PM

    @Jetsman80..you are a typical NY Jet fag! I loved last season seeing you losers leave out stadium with your big traps Shut! I was one of the Fin Fans heckling your dumbass. All I have to say is Ginn Ginn Ginn! That turd roasted Revis’s ass and then torched you Shitty ST. At least he was a Jet Killer before we gave him the boot….Everyone say it with me..J-E-T-S SUCK SUCK SUCK….

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