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Should NFL Contract Entire State Of Florida And Rid Itself Of Jaguars, Buccaneers And Dolphins?

Should NFL Contract Entire State Of Florida And Rid Itself Of Jaguars, Buccaneers And Dolphins?

Hyped by on November 5, 2013 Website: www.bostonsuperblog.com

The Jacksonville Jaguars are 0-8 in 2013. They just lost their best player on the team. Not to an injury, but rather to a suspension and rehab. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are also 0-8. They have a head coach who has lost the locker room and been accused of bullying tactics. The Miami Dolphins were the state of Florida’s lone bright spot at 4-4. That is, until it was revealed that at least one player was bullying at least one other player while coaches and players and front office executives either ignorantly were unaware or did nothing to stop it. With a combined record 4-20 and with all three franchises making up three of the most poorly run organizations in the entire league, should the NFL just go ahead and contract the entire state of football?

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