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Should BB The Evil Genius Tank The Game Against The Phins?

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Tank the Phins Game?

  1. Go ahead. Tank it. Drive Goodell into a frenzy

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  2. No set the scoring record. Beat the famous 62-10 Phins Loss

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  3. BB's "Just trying to win a football game"

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  4. The Phins game isn't a BYE???

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  1. PatsWickedPissah

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    We tank the game. The Phins pick moves down after SF's (ours) and we get the better draft pick. It's not like the Phins have the slightest clue what to do with a Top 10 pick anyhow. They ALREADY have a kick returner AND their "QB of the Future".
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    What do we do with the No. 1 pick? Is there really a glaring need that we can use on a No. 1 pick?

    And, NO, we should tank no games.
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    If you do tank the game, do it by playing 10 men on the field every play of the game. That should create a like a 20-30% chance of losing, but if you win it would also be pretty cool.

    Seriously, if it takes at least 2 people to cover Moss, then Moss makes up for the missing person on offense. On defense, your corners shouldnt need too much help covering the Dolphins, who traded away their best receiver and saw an injury end their top receiving running backs season.

    Beat the Dolphins with 10 men. If you lose, take the #1 pick. If you win, they can stop talking about their 72 team and start talking about their 0-16 team that lost to a 10 man team.
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    No matter what is done, Goodell is pullling his hair out right about now.. how did this work out for him, that overreacting fool.
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    Just think of the quality of kick returner the fins could get with that pick to go opposie of Ginn. It would be truly breath taking.
    The way the fins look at it,you can NEVER have to many good kick returners. ;)
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    Only one problem, PWP--who else are the Dolphins going to beat? Remember, the Niners did manage to win two games. . . .
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    You are correct. I'd eyed the hapless Jets as a possibility but they (unlike Miami with Glen Beck nearly on Social Security) have a decent young QB and might actually win a couple games.

    Watching the proven incompetent Miami org totally blow the #1 pick will be PRICELESS!
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