West Coast Season

by yudaica2013 ·

However, the Jets were sufficiently smart enough to pick up former Dolphin QB Jay Fiedler to back up starting QB Chad Pennington, who has been injury prone of late, Jet HC Herm Edwards replaced his offensive coordinator Paul Hackett with former Titan offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger to be interesting, and Heimerdinger likes to throw the deep ball, meanwhile, Pennington is fresh from shoulder surgery and is more suitable for West Coast style of short ball passing. Buffalo finished the 2004 season strong down the stretch to win September 8 games before losing their final game of the season at home to the Steelers, however, that the loss of the season ends to Pittsburgh was costly as it proved be who makes the difference in the decision went to the playoffs and who stayed at home, the Bills are indeed a team on the rise with a very good defense and excellent special teams, however, probably booted QB Drew Bledsoe out of town a year very soon and will be from recent years # 1 draft pick JP Losman in his place which of course means some growing pains this season for the young QB. Miami finished the 2004 season with a 4-12 record but bad quality, as Buffalo seems to be a rising team in the AFC East, I will not be foolhardy enough to predict the playoffs after a four win season but I see Dolphins great improvement this season and I think seven or eight win season is not out of the realm of possibility considering that the Dolphins now have Nick Saban, head as its new HC. .


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