You booed and I applaud you for that
What you're saying is you are not too happy right now.
You booed at Dolphin Stadium. You threw things at your TV sets. You typed angry as you wrote your emails and posted on this blog.
I do not blame you one bit.
The Dolphins laid a tremendous egg. Is there anyone out there that believes the Buffalo Bills are more talented than Miami?
Please give me your name and number and I'll have my realtor calling you very soon offering that gorgeous Everglades plot.
The Bills are less talented and had three fewer days to prepare for this game than Miami, and yet, they looked fresher, better prepared and just more into this game.
Afterward, the team with five rookies on defense was whooping it up in the locker room while the team with the veteran offense was talking about being out of synch, out of sorts, and simply out of it.
That is frustrating.
I stood next to Zach Thomas when he talked about the defense not playing with energy, when he said he had nothing when he stepped on the field. I asked him, how does that happen in a home opener when you lost the first game and need to win?
He did not have an answer.
The Buffalo game plan was to win without asking JP Losman to do anything special. So the Dolphins should have piled nine men in the tackle box, preventing Buffalo from running and forcing, no, daring Losman to throw.
That did not happen. The Bills dictated the pace and the tone of the game even though the Dolphins were at home. The Bills seemed to have a plan and Miami seemed to be rudderless even though one team is building for the future and Miami has (had?) playoffs expectations this year.
I can understand that you booed. You showed the Dolphins that this kind of effort is not OK. I hope they listened.