2004 Opponents (Not an Easy Schedule)

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  1. DOLFANMIKE

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    Miami Dolphins 2004 Opponents
    December 28, 2003


    By virtue of their second-place finish in the AFC East, the Dolphins schedule of opponents for 2004 has been determined.

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    Buffalo Bills
    New England Patriots
    New York Jets
    Cleveland Browns
    Pittsburgh Steelers
    Tennessee Titans
    Arizona Cardinals
    St. Louis Rams

    AWAY
    Buffalo Bills
    New England Patriots
    New York Jets
    Baltimore Ravens
    Cincinnati Bengals
    Denver Broncos
    San Francisco 49ers
    Seattle Seahawks
     
  2. templarwd

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    I think this years's was worse. The critical thing is the timing of the opponents. if we get NE adn Buffalo back to abck in Dec, then yeah it's tough. i'll be at theb bengals game for sure.
     
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    I like Ricky's chances vs that standout Cleveland run defense. :)
     
  4. BuffBillsMan90

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    3 west coast trips.........yuck! Bills have the same thing :(
     
  5. Muck

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    Oh, didn't notice that part. :cry:

    In 2001 we went to San Francisco and New England on consecutive short weeks. Somehow I forsee a similar fate.
     
  6. Bl¡tz Inc

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    Which ones are in December?
     
  7. PhinsTD

    PhinsTD Phins fanatic

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    It's the year of AFC East vs NFC West. That's the reason for the trips.

    Although i'm sure NE will have 3 West teams come to their place.
     
  8. BuffBillsMan90

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    NFL releases the schedule in April just before the draft.
     
  9. DolFan31

    DolFan31 aka FinSane

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    Great... looks like we'll be ok at home and suck on the road just like in 2002.
     
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    Eeeek...at Denver and Seattle.

    Seattle was unbeaten at home this year and DEnver is tough to beat at home as well.

    That's certainly not helping us any with the schedule makers.
     
  11. PhinPhreak

    PhinPhreak Perennial All-Pro

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    Well I look at it that if your good enough you should be able to win at home or on the road. To many teams are good at home and suck on the road, a SB team should be able to win anywhere and not use the excuse they lost becuse they had to play a team on the road instead of home.
     
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    Holy Sh*t.. Thats a tough schedule..

    Seahawks are great at home.. Ravens are excellent at home.. Bengals will be a solid team.. Niners are good at home as well.. Not to mention the Broncos at Denver..

    Man.. Wannstedt is definetely gone after 2004 after that schedule.. considering the coach we have to put up with and the players lacsidasical approach to the season with big leads..
     
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    I don't know, I see this schedule and kind of grin. Living in the S.F. Bay Area, I can say with confidence that the niners will be worse than this year. Owens will be gone and they have money issues...again. The Browns look beatable as do the Ravens. The Steelers haven't scared anyone this year and even the Bengals are still a .500 team right now. I know it is hard to base a schedule based on the previous year's teams but the hardest games look to be against the Rams, Titans and Patriots. The Seahawks really don't impress me much as don't the Broncos. It will definately be challengning and like someone else said, it all depends on when we get them but I like our chances early!
     
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    lucky me, i missed the first game when miami came to denver due to financial setbacks :(, but imma make this one, god hath givith me a second chance.


    be happy ur not here in denver, these people act as though denver won the superbowl again (nothing was actually worse than that)
     
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    Fins in Baltimore? I love it. Looks like I'll be seeing a Fin game this next season.
     
  16. M-REAL

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    Ravens and Broncos on the road? Gonna be tough again in 2004.
     
  17. DolphinzD

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    Dolphins' 2004 December schedule (in no particular order):
    at New England
    at Buffalo
    Tennessee
    St. Louis
    Just watch, you know it will happen.....I suppose you could substitute either at Denver or at Seattle in for the road games.
     
  18. KenCalo

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    That's Great!
    -A 2005 #1 Draft Pick!:tongue:
     

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