You’ve probably heard the story of the man who thought he was winning the Super Bowl because he could run through defenders and score.
The man thought he could score at a Super Bowl.
The guy who didn’t want to lose his Super Bowl bid because he had the best kicker in the game.
But as the years went by, that guy and his team, the Miami Dolphins, began to fall apart.
And they continued to fall, as the year unfolded.
In the final game of the 2004 season, the Dolphins fell to the Patriots, 21-16.
The following year, they fell to New England, 31-16, then to the Giants, 36-23.
The next year, the Giants came back, 32-23, and then, after that, they went down 28-3 in overtime, with the final score of 31-14.
By this point, Miami was 2-10 in its first 12 games, with a total of 20 points.
In 2008, after a season of mediocrity, the team won the Superbowl for the fourth time.
And it did it with a franchise quarterback.
It did it again in 2009, after another year of mediocrities, this time with a quarterback who was, according to his coaches, a Heisman candidate.
It went 4-3.
The last time the Dolphins lost at home in a Superbowl was in 2001.
But now, in 2015, they were playing in the NFL’s biggest game of all time.
The only thing that could have brought the Dolphins back to their glory days was if the coach who had been in charge for the last five years could be brought back to Miami.
The new coach, Mark Richt, has been fired by the team after only two seasons, after the Dolphins were swept in the NFC Championship Game by the Eagles.
The players were upset with the coach, but they didn’t complain.
Instead, they turned on their coach, and the players were angry with him, too.
Mark Richts decision to fire Mark Richton in the middle of a Superdome game, as part of a pattern of coach firing for the first time in more than a decade, has led to an outpouring of criticism from the players, including the team’s star receiver, Rishard Matthews, who is on the Dolphins’ practice squad.
“He’s a coach who’s been doing it for five years, and he’s been in this position for five, six, seven years, yet you’re going to fire him for this?
I mean, we don’t want this anymore,” Matthews told reporters in Florida on Wednesday.
“I don’t care who he is, I don’t think this is what the fans want, and we’re not going to sit here and pretend that we’re going back to what we were doing.”
It has been a tumultuous season for the team.
The team has gone through two coaches, and two general managers, and has lost two quarterbacks.
Mark C. Smith/AP Images After winning a Superbowl for the third consecutive year, Richt was fired for a third time, this one after only a week on the job.
The fans, the players and the coaches all wanted something different.
So much so, in fact, that they decided to make a boycott of the Superdames game on Sept. 15, a day after Richt’s first game, because they were sick of being left out of games and seeing their team get beat by the teams they wanted to play against.
So, of course, Richting’s decision to be fired for the next two games was met with a wave of anger.
And so, of all the people that had a say in Richt going in, the one who had the most influence on his decision to take the job, was the one with the most to lose.
“There was no conversation,” former teammate Joe Haden told the Miami Herald in 2010.
“The coaches didn’t think it was the right thing for the organization.
The organization thought it was wrong.
The people didn’t.”
But there was one thing that the Dolphins knew: Richt wasn’t going to be the first coach to go under in the league.
That was already the case.
Before Richt came to Miami, there were only five coaches in NFL history to win Super Bowls with his team.
Before Miami, only one coach, Tom Landry, had won a Super-Bowl with the team he led for six seasons.
And there was only one Super Bowl champion from any team in the history of the NFL who didn’s coaching career to be under the same coach.
So even if he did lose his job, he would have had his work cut out for him.
The first two games of Richts tenure with the Dolphins had the Dolphins in a 2-8 hole, losing to the New England Patriots by a