“Worse Than MRSA”

November 9th, 2013

The video linked here only offers a little on the Bucs, but it gives fantastic insight on the state of the Dolphins’ mess.

Sun-Sentinel columnist/Dolphins writer Omar Kelly is always great and interestingly explains how “the brink of unraveling” — “worse than MRSA” — going on in Miami has its roots in Bill Parcell’s reign of “bullying and intimidation” that “acted like the Mob” on a weekly basis. Parcells-era executives are still in place in Miami.

In the Bucs’ favor, Kelly references suspended thug Richie Incognito as the “best player on the worst offensive line” in the NFL. As Joe’s noted previously, the Dolphins allow the most sacks in the league and Incognito was a major factor in Miami’s revived running game over their last two games.

6 Responses to ““Worse Than MRSA””

  1. Mr. Patrick Says:

    So most people think that the only way that the Bucs can win a game is if the other team is in turmoil, has lots of injuries, is distracted, or is just horrible. Yes the Dolphins have all of that going on plus a horrible O-Line that just lost 2 starters and have the most sacked QB in the NFL. If on National TV Monday night the Bucs lose to this team and embarrass we Bucs fans even further, hopefully on Tuesday the Glazers make a necessary and overdue move

  2. Scotty in Fat Antonio Says:

    Any bets are D-Line gets shut out yet again?

  3. Jbeachbuc Says:

    Crazy stuff indeed. I feel we win our first on MNF.
    My only real concern is with Tannehill…I think he has the goods, If he gets hot, watch out.

  4. The_Buc_Realist Says:

    If the D-line gets 1 sack, I will be surprised. To think that this was an area that the pop-star has really focused on to build, and to see an utter failure.

  5. Jbeachbuc Says:

    Yes we need the D line to finally step up and put the pressure on him. Wishfully thinking of course, an utter disappointment thus far…. So depressing.

  6. tampa2 Says:

    In related news, Incognito would be the best player on the Bucs offensive line as well. I’d like to recruit him to Tampa Bay just to have him punch every one of our lineman in the face