- Sep 29, 2001
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- On an island
I don't know if he can claim he was lied to ,, that is very hard to prove, but OJ has always been a team player and I cannot believe that the Dolphin heads--- would not do right thing for him. I doubt that he will ever be able to play at 100% again and if that is the case, then Miami should give him some type of settlement (and if OJ wanted a shot at being a coach - so be it) that would show that the organization appreciates and respects all that he has done since he was drafted!!! Marino1983Originally posted by iceblizzard69
I would be really pissed off if we lied to him like he says we did.
he knew it was gonna come back and bite him in the ***!:yell:Originally posted by Muck
I think it was Jimmy who lied. And I wouldn't doubt it. Jimmy was a guy who divorced his wife and estranged himself from his kids and family to coach at the NFL level. That's how badly he wanted to win. That's the kind of competitor he was. Winning was the most important thing to him. Look at Daryl Gardener's back. Can you think of any other 6'6" DTs in NFL histoyr??
Jimmy's since had an epiphony.
I believe O.J. He was a team player and Jimmy took advantage of that. Honestly, I don't think JJ was out to ruin his career. But I think he was reckless and didn't have O.J's best interests in mind.
some of dans passes were right to the defender, there wasn't a dolphin in the area, it was like he was expecting a receiver to be there, that wasn't. the best example of that was in the last cowboys game thanksgiving day!Originally posted by dolfan87
06, take away the audibles, and you still shouldn't throw INT's. Dan's arm just wasn't what it used to be. In his mind he knew he could throw those passes, and I honestly think it was a surprise to him when the ball floated out there and was picked off. His arm just couldn't do what his mind was telling it to do.
It matters not..cause...Dan will always be the greatest...ALWAYS.