Found December 16, 2012 on AFC East Daily:
Lead writer Nick St. Denis and AFC East Daily contributors Dan Begnoche and Sean Donovan pick the Miami Dolphins' in-state contest with the AFC's Jacksonville Jaguars.Nick's take:The injury-depleted Jaguars get receiver Cecil Shorts back, but that won't be enough. Without Maurice Jones-Drew and a run defense on the other side, Jacksonville isn't much of a threat to anyone. With receiver Davone Bess missing his first career game coupled with the Jags' awful run defense, the Dolphins will run the ball at a 2:1 ratio.Prediction: Dolphins 20, Jaguars 10 (Nick's record: 32-10)Sean's take:The Jaguars have lost the first two of their four consecutive games against AFC East opposition. They drop a third, as Miami's pass rush stifles Henne and Jacksonville's porous defense allows the Dolphins' tailbacks to control the game. And perhaps just for old time's sake, the Sun Life Stadium crowd gets to see Henne walk away a loser one more time.Predict...
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