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Your Miami Dolphins 2010 Football Season Preview

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​Are you ready for our completely meaningless and arbitrary predictions for the upcoming Dolphins season? Well this is it. The Riptide 2.0 Miami Dolphins 2010 Football Season Preview. Are you ready to get your ass blown off with some seriously capricious and utterly subjective prognosticating? Then let's do this!

Holy crapbuckets it's been an awful off-season for the Miami Dolphins. GM Jeff Ireland kicked off the festivities by asking a potential draftee if his mother was a hooker. Then fan favorite and Fins legend Jason Taylor left to join the

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