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An ugly Miami Dolphins season got a little bit uglier Tuesday when Dolphins TE Anthony Fasano criticized the portion of Dolfans who showed up in droves to cheer former University of Florida star Tim Tebow last weekend. For good measure, he threw in some shots at fans hoping the team will tank the rest of the season in order to draft Stanford QB Andrew Luck as well.
With Tebow's Denver Broncos in town to play the Dolphins, Miami saw its sagging home attendance spike, thanks to the opportunity for local fans to cheer the Gators' former football messiah.
But that spike in attendance was not worth it, Fasano said during an appearance on WFAN New York's Joe and Evan show.
"Yeah it was awful," Fasano said of Sunday's Tebowstock. "Showing up at the stadium and seeing all the Gator stuff and the Tebow stuff... was disheartening, but as players we kind of put ourselves in that position because the Dolphins are in the business of winning football games and m...
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An 0-6 record appears to be taking its toll on the harmony inside Miami's locker room. Commenting on Bush's statement following the team's latest loss that the team stinks, Bell said, "He stinks."
Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano isn’t happy with “sick” fans of the team, who want the won-loss record to be sufficiently bad to secure dibs on Andrew Luck. Fasano and at least one teammate also aren’t happy with the franchise’s decision to celebrate Tebow’s college team during a Dolphins home game. “[I]t was awful,” Fasano…
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There is discord in the Miami Dolphins locker room. Yeremiah Bell is mad that Reggie Bush said "This team stinks" after the Dolphins' painful 18-15 loss to Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
"We were up 15 points with what, five minutes left to go? And we couldn’t win it? It’s disgusting," Bush said at the time.
Bush's candor is what disgusts...
When the Dolphins began the 2011 season with five straight losses, it became no secret that Tony Sparano was on the hot seat. If Sparano thought the seat was warm prior to Sunday, it must be too scorching to even sit on after allowing Tim Tebow to erase a 15-point lead and beat Miami in [...]
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