Consider each of the eight division leaders. Every one of them has a fatal flaw. Against most opponents, these teams can keep that flaw disguised or compensate for it. But some opponents, ones that may be inferior to others, can shine the light on it.
“It’s called the salary cap,” Patriots linebacker Mike Vrabel said when asked why even the best teams seem vulnerable. “If the cap’s $100 million and everybody spends $100 million, and they pretty much all spend it the same way, you get the same results. You spend a lot of money on a good quarterback, the guy gets hot (and that team rises).”
The 4-1 Patriots seem pretty competent. But if they get up against a defense that can throttle their running game and force them to beat them through the air, they’re in trouble. That’s what happened when they played the Broncos and managed just a garbage-time touchdown in a 17-7 home loss.
With the Super Bowls in 2007 and 2010 Super Bowls in Miami in addition to the Orange Bowl, BCS games and Marlins baseball, the stadium is going through a $275 million renovation.
The women’s bathrooms are part of the work. Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga is friends with Herb Kohler of faucet fame. Kohler’s doing the bathroom work and, said Bailey, “Our stadium will have the greatest women’s bathrooms known to mankind.”
Okay Kraft Family, Miami is challenging you for the lead in women's bathrooms, time for "the tough to get going!" :D