Be careful what you wish for- that's what I said last year in week 17 when folks were chanting to "Fire Gase!" And once we were obviously on the path of tanking thanks to Grier, I absolutely dreaded this day when I'd get to tell so many of you, "I told you so." So I'm just going to get it out of the way now with, "I told you so times sixteen!" There's simply no way this club wins a game this season. And whether Flores is tanking or not, I really don't see how him or Grier can remain employed past this season. We are the absolute laughing stock of the league since we're outmatched at every possible angle. For instance, did you see Preston Williams 1st NFL touchdown? Not the one that counted for points, mind you, but the one he caught over two defenders, secured all the way to the ground and had the ball ripped away after the fact? Yeah, that touchdown- one of the few highlights of the day. Why didn't Flores challenge it? He couldn't find the darn challenge flag, so he sent out the field goal team instead. And a dozen plays later, when Baltimore "completed" a long pass that was bobbled and came out when the player hit the ground...we was still digging thru those pockets. That's our head coach folks, the defensive guru who allowed one of the highest scoring 1st halves in NFL history. So I'll say it again- be careful what you wish for since most of you actually asked for THIS. Gase sucked winning only 7....so let's win zero instead and trust the guy who wrecked the entire franchise to rebuild it correctly. Did it look like Grier understood talent evaluation today? That was his line folks, his secondary. The only one who looked legit today (besides Howard) was our boy Reshad Jones....who they desperately tried to trade over the past two weeks. Did you see our first punt? It was almost blocked by a guy coming straight over center. Yet we fired Denny, the team's leader on and off the field, because he questioned Grier's vision last week. That's who is steering this franchise folks, and Miami actually played their best football today. Imagine what it's going to look like in a few months when everyone has given up. There were a few highlights today- Preston Williams is a superstar....and I have a feeling we will trade him before season's end. Why not, right? Fitzpatrick actually looked pretty darn good considering the level of pressure he faced as well. If you blame him personally for that interception, then maybe you need to realize how slow he is and how fast the guys trying to kill him are. I can't help but wonder who's decision it was to play Rosen- was it a coach or Fitz himself? You can't ask a QB to take that level of punishment and still give a darn. You just can't. Other positives- hmm. We were 1 for 1 on field goals, so that's something. We had a few nice punts. That's about all I have since this was like one of those Alabama vs Tulane college match-ups. And there's one thing that keep sticking in my mind- these guys tried hard today. They won't in a few weeks...and then what? It's possible that we could actually lose by triple digits this season. Here's a stat for you- Baltimore averaged 1.2 points PER PLAY in the 1st half! Basketball teams don't average that folks. Historically, this was one of the worst defensive showings ever in the NFL and it's going to get worse before it gets better. Can you folks now see why I said I was rooting for Cleveland this season? There's just nothing to possibly root for in Miami- Grier could care less about you or me or any of the franchise's fans. So take my lead and pick a 2nd favorite team to get you through these next 15 games, my friends, because most of us won't be able to stomach what's to come.