The Miami Dolphins haven’t played a game in over a month. Since then they’ve hired a new offensive coordinator and a new general manager. They’ve also been made aware, at least to some extent, of the findings of NFL investigator Ted Wells in the Bullying Incident. While the Dolphins are in full offseason mode, 2 NFL teams are still alive and will battle on Sunday for the right to be called “Champions”.
It seems like the Dolphins are so far away from this point, doesn’t it? So many questions surround this offseason that it’s hard for any fan to have a good feeling that the Dolphins could be playing in this game next year. We can only hope that Dennis Hickey and Joe Philbin can work together to bring some talent to this team….and get better production out of the players in uniform.
But for this weekend, it’s all about the Seahawks and the Broncos. The Seahawks and Broncos were the best 2 teams in the NFL this season and both are worthy Super Bowl Participants. Both wrapped up the number one seeds in their conference and did what was necessary to advance to tomorrow’s big game.
Although they both belong, each team exerted their dominance in different ways. The Seahawks had the #1 overall defense in the NFL, while the Broncos had the #1 overall offense. The Broncos have a future hall of famer at quarterback, while the Seahawks have a 2nd year QB that has led his team to the playoffs each of the last 2 years. (continued on page 2, CLICK HERE)