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Current Situation

Posted on: December 1, 2008 2:56 am

Currently Miami is 7-5 and ranked 8th in the AFC

They are currently fighting for a wildcard or possibly the division with the Jets.

They are fighting for a wildcard against the Colts 8-4
The Ravens also 8-4

And the Patriots who are also 7-5

The Colts pretty much have a lock for a playoff spot.. facing

Cincy,Detriot, Jacksonville on the raod then back home for the Titans to close out the season. that puts them at atleast 10 wins

The Ravens on the other hand have a hard schedule, They will go to play Redskins ,Steelers, then The Cowboys on the road then close out against jacksonville at home. possibly only winning 1 or 2  more depending on if there defense continues to carry them week after week.. say they win 2 that still puts them at 10 wins.

Now lasty the Patriots... they have @Seattle, @Oakland, Home for arizona and away for buffalo to close out..

Even though they play 3 of there last 4 on the road, they dont face any tough opponents on the road possibly winning out the year which also puts them at 11 wins.

Now Miami.. they play buffalo this week in ontario Then they come back to miami for the 49ers and the Chiefs and close out against the jets on the road.

pretty easy schedule.. ill give them 3 wins which put them at 10 wins.

im not sure how a tiebreaker would go.. but that would put three teams at 10 wins for the wildcard.

not to mention if miami was to beat the chiefs , 49ers and the Bills the jets game would be A HUGE GAME!

i just have to watch it all unfold..


Since: Dec 9, 2007
Posted on: January 1, 2009 12:37 pm

Current Situation

yes sir a huge turnaround year.. miami lost to the ravens earlier in the season but immediately following that game miami won 9 of 10.. so miami is cleary a better team and gotten out the kinks in there offense and defense and look ready to go .. and face the ravens at home yett once again.
i believe ricky and ronnie will play huge rolls in this game and will lead miami to victory

Since: Nov 2, 2008
Posted on: December 30, 2008 5:27 pm

Current Situation

Miami has defeated the New York Bretts as Favre looking like him old self leading the league in interceptions yet again. Finally a year without the New England Patriots in it, and a huge turn around season for the Dolphins who look to take down the Baltimore Ravens this sunday.

Since: Dec 9, 2007
Posted on: December 3, 2008 12:54 am

Current Situation

i really appreciate your comments guys.. .. miami makin it in really depends on week to week.. with how well the ravens do and if miami can closeout those easy wins.. hoping new england will slip up

Since: Dec 2, 2008
Posted on: December 2, 2008 1:41 pm

Current Situation

hey if miami can keep playing hard and start like they have been doing lately then they should be able to make it..Im just not sure how far they will be able to make it in the playoffs, its going to be tuff...

Since: Dec 9, 2007
Posted on: December 2, 2008 12:54 am

Current Situation

we shall see

either way its going to be a very exciting finish

Since: Nov 28, 2006
Posted on: December 1, 2008 7:17 pm

Current Situation

If the ravens and the dolphins finish both 10-6 then baltimore will go to the playoffs with a wild card spot since we beat the dolphins earlier in the season. Plus 3 of the last 4 games for the ravens are at home where we've been great. The redskins won't be a problem on sunday night, we always split games with the steelers and they haven't beaten us at home in quite a while. I'll chalk the cowboys game up as a loss only cuz its on the road and its the last game in texas stadium. Then we have an easy game against the jaguars at home to close out the season. That puts us at 11-5 and maybe afc north champions. My predictions- 1. Titans 2. Winner of the afc north 3. Jets 4. Broncos 5. Colts 6. Whoever comes in second in the afc north. I'm sorry to say the dolphins have slim to none chance of making the playoffs. They still turned it around nicely this year after last year's team.

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