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What the Miami Dolphins Have Done.....

This has absolutely nothing to do with what the Miami Dolphins have done on the field.  It has nothing to do with letting Tim Tebow and Colt McCoy come back to beat the team.  It has nothing to do with Brandon Marshall seemingly dropping every other ball thrown to him.  It has nothing to do with failing on the team by getting hurt.

But, then again, it kind of does.  At least for me.

This 2011 Miami Dolphins team has worn me out.  I'm tired.  I'm tired of seeing the same stories.  I'm tired of hearing the same interviews.  I'm tired of trying to come up with new things to write about, everyday, given I see the same things every week.

And, I know most of you are right there with me.

I'm not asking for a lot.  I'm not even asking for a win (well, I am, but that's not the point).  I'm asking for some excitement.  Something different.  Something where, when AlejandroN writes his weekly play breakdown piece, we all agree that the play was incredible.

I would like to give out a game ball to a player who dominated a game - not a play or two.

I know where this team is.  I understand the need to start looking for a new coach, but I would really love, for one week, to talk about how good the team was - even if it was for a game. 

I'm tired of the stories, the Fan Posts, the Fan Shots on this site.  I'm tired of the articles on the news sites.  I'm tired of the little comments on TV.  I'm tired.

And, not because I don't like "Suck for Luck," or because I think signing J.P. Losman was wrong, or because of the debate over when to fire Tony Sparano.  I'm tired because, rooting for this team to win is exhausting.

So, I know, tonight, Finhead83 will talk about a candidate for our next coach.  By the end of the day, we will have roughly 97 Fan Posts about Andrew Luck.  And, right now, someone is writing a Fan Post about how bad Tony Sparano is.  And, really, I'm happy all of that is happening, because we all need a place to rant and rave about this team.

But, I'm still tired.