Your team isn't going to the Super Bowl, so why have any optimism? The Hater Nation brings you back to reality with the Super Bowl Buzz Kill. Why your team won't win the Super Bowl:
The Miami Dolphins
You have to get the Dolphins credit, when something doesn’t work, they don’t make the same mistake again. The Dolphins hired a successful college football coach to take over the program to disastrous results. Nick Saban did not want to be an NFL coach and that was apparent to everybody, except for those suckers who believed him last year when he said that he had no interest in the Alabama job.
So the Dolphins didn’t go out and get another successful college coach—they got a horrible college coach to take his job. Cam Cameron was a miserable coach at the Indiana University, where he compiled an 18-37 record.
And unlike the situation at LSU, Saban did not leave the cupboard loaded so a mediocre coach could come in and win immediately. Cameron was successful as a coordinator in San Diego, but who wouldn’t be with LaDainian Tomlinson, Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates. (Well, other than Norv Turner.)
Trent Green has been a solid starter through his career, but he’s being outclassed by Cleo Lemon right now. Don't worry, nobody else (not even the broad in the picture) has heard of him, either. Ronnie Brown had a horrible sophomore season. The lone bright spot is receiver Derek Hagan, but who is going to get him the ball.
No, the Dolphins will be so miserable this year, it will likely be the team’s front office planting rumors that Cameron is leaving to go back to the college ranks. The only problem is, nobody would want him.