Found May 11, 2012 on The Victory Formation:

The Miami Dolphins have failed, quite miserably I might add, to find a competent quarterback to step into Dan Marino’s shoes. Since his retirement, the Dolphins signal callers are a bunch of unrecognizable or laughter-inducing names. There lack of on-field success has been well documented, but now comes some harsh criticism from the recently traded [...]

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