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The Miami Dolphins and New York Jets do not like each other. Yesterday, we heard from S LaRoid Landry and LB Aaron Maybin. Landry focused his trash talking on Reggie Bush mostly, saying that Reggie will run differently for the Dolphins on Sunday because he remembers the hit that injured his knee back in September. Landry went on to say that even if he’s penalized, it won’t stop him from headhunting. He finished by saying that the Jets would beat the Dolphins on Sunday and improve to 4-4 entering their bye week.
Linebacker Aaron Maybin couldn’t help himself, as he too had to say something about Reggie Bush. He said that the Jets want to ‘knock him out’, but do so legally. Great team you have up there Rex. I see you have everything under control. I’m interested to see if Roger Goodell has anything to say about ‘headhunting’ and wanting to ‘knock him out’.
Most of the Dolphins took the high road when the media asked them about Landry’s and Maybin’s comments. Cameron Wake said that words don’t make you a better or worse player. Most of the Dolphins (Reggie Bush, Sean Smith & others) said that they would wait to do their talking on the field Sunday. It was almost as if, I don’t know, THEIR COACH told them not to take the bait from the Jets. Imagine that, a coach that has control of his team. (cont’d on page 2, click below)
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Nobodys talking to you today, Mike? Philbin asked with a smile as he continued through the room.
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Game starts at 1:00 pm on CBS (TV) and WEPN (Radio).
Jets favorites over Dolphins.
Spread is - 2.5 points.
My pick is the Jets.
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