It was awesome. Funny how Be-lie-cheat looked so confused and they didn't adjust even after halftime. No illegal intel existed yet for the Wildcat, I guess.I'd definitely be surprised as hell if we won, but i was back in 2008 as well. I wasn't even watching, think i had something to do anyway that day, but came home and saw we were up big....crazy!
LOL at more noteworthy than a superbowl.
Actually, I'd love to see Miami give up 75 points (although not necessarily to the Pats). Why? It's sad that the worst beating I remember is the 62-7 loss to the Jags in the playoffs, which just happened to be Marino's last game. Dan doesn't deserve that; let a gutted and rebuilding Dolphins team give up 75 points so that Dan will no longer be associated with the worst loss.I'd be happy to see us not give up 75 points.
It might qualify as the greatest upset in NFL history, and would be more noteworthy than many Super Bowls...
Would would you give to see it happen?
So handing a historic defense their lone loss on their SB run, was meaningless? Yes your trolling.Not more important, but more remembered....whoever talks about the Broncos-Cowboys Super Bowl in 1978?, but every time a big upset was in the works, this game would get referenced.
One of the most memorable games in Dolphins history is a relatively meaningless regular season win against the Bears in 1985.
So you're attacking my example instead of my point....always a good trick (I meant meaningless in that, IMO, both team's seasons wouldn't have been greatly affected had the result gone the other way).So handing a historic defense their lone loss on their SB run, was meaningless? Yes your trolling.
Miami was 12-4 that season and went to the AFC Championship game, I do believe meaningless is BS.