In Karlos Dansby’s two seasons in Miami, the Dolphins have gone 7-9 and 6-10. This season, Dansby thinks the Dolphins are going to be better. A lot better.
According to Dansby, there’s no reason at all that the Dolphins shouldn’t be in New Orleans on February 3, playing in Super Bowl XLVII.
“As a team, I’m expecting us to win the AFC, period. Point blank,” Dansby told the Sun Sentinel. “We’ve got the talent. We have the coaching. We’ve just got to put it all together. It’s going to come down to us as players going out and excelling and making sure we do everything we possibly can to win every game. It’s going to be a challenge, no doubt. But that’s what you live for. You live for opportunities to have those challenges and we’ve got the opportunity of a lifetime here in Miami and we’ve got to take full advantage of it.”
Coming off their third consecutive losing season, the Dolphins have a new coach and a quarterback controversy, and they don’t exactly fit the profile of a Super Bowl team. But give Dansby credit for having confidence.