I have a lot of respect for the Patriots and everything they've accomplished, unlike the JETS who I've only grown deeper in hatred for. If you're anything like me then you've been waiting years now to see a Dolphins team good enough to dethrown the perennial winners of the AFC East (even in 2008 when we won the division it was hard fought and without Brady). Will this be the year we see the Dolphins improve enough to bring an end to the nearly decade-long dynasty of the Brady-led Patriots? And will the Dolphins be able to stay a step ahead of the Jets as it appeared last year? For the reasoning of this article I'm going to predict that our Miami Dolphins will, in fact, retain their domination of the Jets for another season. A few comparisons: Brady to Welker and Moss/ Henne to Bess and Marshall - Obviously the winner still has to be Brady until proven otherwise and the reasoning behind the Dolphins remaining the underdog (Which I relish). Ronnie Brown, Ricky and Cobbs/ Kevin Faulk, Fred Taylor, BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Laurence Maroney - Obviously this takes the O-line as well but our Dolphins are superior in the running game. Tully Banta-Cain, Jerod Mayo, Vince Wilfork, Gerard Warren, Ty Warren/ Cam Wake, Karlos Dansby, Randy Starks, Channing Crowder, Kendall Langford, Phillip Merling - The front seven will obviously be a point of contention and I only mentioned the at least somewhat proven players. Yeremiah Bell, Vontae Davis, Will Allen/ Leigh Bodden, Brandon Meriweather, Darius Butler - Close call on the back end. OK, lets see some arguments of why or why not the Dolphins take the Division this year with maybe even some brave forecasts (my favorite part).