Suck For Luck
It’s not often that fans of a team will be torn over whether they are happy or sad when the team wins a game. But that’s the dilemma facing Miami Dolphins fans after the team scored its first victory of the season.
The Miami Dolphins descent to the nadir of professional football isn’t complete yet. But if the Dolphins were hoping that former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher would rescue the franchise; they may be out of luck.
After the Miami Dolphins’ latest loss, bringing their season record to 0-7; the team continues to be in a great position to win the Suck for Luck sweepstakes.
Understanding the “Suck for Luck” sweepstakes is easy to see from the fans side, yet easy to understand that it’s quite a different story for the players on the 2011 Miami Dolphins.
The suck for Luck campaign is well underway, but it’s not going to be easy for Miami because the Fins have some serious competition for being the worst team in the NFL.
In the realm of NFL failures, the Miami Dolphins reached a level never before seen since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger on Sunday.
Count Miami Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby as one of the many members of the Fins who are sick of hearing about the Suck for (Andrew) Luck movement.
Some Dolphins fans are encouraging the team to lose all its games and win the “Suck for Luck” sweepstakes. But Dolphins fans should proceed carefully, because the number one pick isn’t a guarantee to anything.
The Sunshine State is supposed to be the Mecca of football talent with superstar players coming out of every area and always fielding some of the best teams in the country.
The Miami Dolphins looked to fortify their quarterback depth chart Thursday by signing 33-year-old QB Sage Rosenfels. Yes, that Sage Rosenfels.