Dolphins Fans Rejoice! Brandon Marshall is in Miami

Miami Dolphins get the elite receiver they have coveted.

Watching the New York Jets over the past few weeks get LaDanian Tomlinson, Antonio Cromartie, and Santonio Holmes, I was getting frustrated. I am a Miami Dolphins. I love the franchise, I know their history, and I love hating the Jets. The Dolphins made a splash in Free Agency with Karlos Dansby, but sat and watched other teams get better. Our passing game has been horrible for the last two years. In 2008, Ted Ginn Jr. led the Fins in receiving with 56 receptions and 790 yards.  In 2009, Davone Bess led the team with 76 receptions and 758 yards. Finally, this morning the news came that all Dolphins fans waited to hear. “Brandon Marshall has been traded to Miami.” The answer has come. He’s 6’4″, 230 pound former UCF wideout beast, that runs fast, jumps high, and that can catch anything that comes his way. Marshall, caught 104 passes for 1265 yards in 2008, and then caught 101 passes for 1120 yards in 2009. Thats almost double the catches! Marshall is a huge upgrade at the position that desperately needed the help. All Dolphins fans know the struggles of watching Ginn dropping yet another key pass as it hits him in the hands.Watching the clock dwindle down late in games and pray to God that one of the receivers will at least catch a pass. The Jets might have the better team on paper, but we don’t play games on paper. We can now feel confident that we finally have our man. Thank you Bill Parcells, for putting us out of our misery.

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2 comments

  1. Dan · April 14, 2010

    You forgot to mention that he is a former UCF KNIGHT!!!

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