Any chance JJ would come back and finish what he started

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  1. Dolfan4life

    Dolfan4life Starter Donator

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    He is certainly a proven winner.

    Without Marino and him clashing he could be awesome.

    Id put him at the top of my list if I was Eddie and Rick.
     
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    No he won't come back. And I don't want him. he ruined Marino's last 4 years.
     
  3. Scrap

    Scrap Hall Of Famer

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    I don't want him in here as a head coach. Other than for defense, I'd say he was a waste of time.
     
  4. phinman1

    phinman1 Seriously now

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    Are you serious? It's time to get as far away from JJ and his minions as possible. Thankfully, it looks as if that process has begun.
     
  5. fish fan 4 life

    fish fan 4 life Pro Bowler

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    J.J is not the answer.He never did anything for our team.I hate him.
     
  6. relive1972

    relive1972 Premium Member

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    Wanny finished what JJ started.
     
  7. NJFINSFAN1

    NJFINSFAN1 FinHeaven Elite

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    Yeah, and he is bringing Wanny, Norv, Campo and all the other no good coaches with him!!

    PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  8. DolphinzD

    DolphinzD Boom!! How you like that??

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    I'm not sure I'd say that.....he did a good job of assembling defensive talent. But in turn he pretty much destroyed the offense. So I guess it's a wash.
     
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    GCD960 A True Fan

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    that is regression in its purest form.
     
  10. Predaphin

    Predaphin Predator in the Water

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    I was all for JJ coming back to coach for us and finish what he started, however, after hearing his comments about not wanting to come back and coach at all, Im not sure I want him anymore...
     
  11. TripleThreat

    TripleThreat Living the dream

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    No thank you very much
     
  12. nyjunc

    nyjunc Banned Hammered

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    What is interesting is that Wannstedt did the same things that JJ did only his playoff losses weren't nearly as embarrassing.
     
  13. catfish

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    I don't want JJ anywhere near the Miami Dolphins, he's not a proven winner, he was thrust into a lucky situation in Dallas with the ridiculous Herschel Walker trade with Minnesota. JJ got a silly amount of draft picks, and active players for 1 guy! JJ comes here and claims Miami is his dream job, and he's going to bring a super bowl back home to Miami. What does he do when things got tough? He runs like a sissy after a playoff blowout. JJ stay on you're yacht, sip you're drink, and shut you're mouth!!
     
  14. ohall

    ohall A Miami Dolphins fan, not a players fan.

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    Yet Marino helped to talk JJ to stay his last year.

    Weird huh?
     
  15. Canadianfishfan

    Canadianfishfan FinHeavean VIP

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    why are we even engaging the thought of bringing back aging coaches. Shouldnt Parcells and Gibbs be good enough barometers that signify a change in the NFL. We need new blood.. fresh ideas...
     
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    to do what teach the players that came after him how to quit too?
     

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