Dan Le Batard: It’s hard to feel...

Dan Le Batard: It’s hard to feel good and trust Miami Dolphins...

There are 2 comments on the miamiherald.com story from Mar 17, 2013, titled Dan Le Batard: It’s hard to feel good and trust Miami Dolphins.... In it, miamiherald.com reports that:

It is difficult to see things clearly in this purgatory. Your eyes are filled with the odd combination of hope and mistrust.

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#1 Mar 17, 2013
So if you think the move that Miami Dolphins make are not important.Why you think Bill Belichick make his own move so quick.He realese Wes Welker,Danny Woodhead and Brandon Llyod.He is a smart coach he think that with the Miami offense getting quicker and more physical in the Afc east defense is more important for him now.He clear the cap so he can sign more defensive player.And beside he knows that Miami still have a chance to land more offensive weapon from the draft.
Bastard Dan

Miami, FL

#2 Mar 18, 2013
Yeah Belichick is shakin' in his underoos over Jeff Ireland's drafting prowess.

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