J. Taylor Sticks Up For Beleaguered Dolphins
Miami Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor told reporters Wednesday it's possible that his 1-6 team could beat the undefeated Bears on Sunday in Chicago.
"It's not going to take a miracle to beat this team," Taylor said. "I'm sorry. I'll give the Bears their respect. They're a good football team with a lot of the top players at their positions. But we're not playing the '72 Dolphins or the all-Madden team on the video game. These guys can be beaten. It's as simple as that. I give them respect. But sorry, guys, that's about it. We're still going to go up there to do what we have to do."
Taylor also went after former Dolphins guard Bob Kuechenberg, a member of the unbeaten 1972 Miami team who publicly criticized the Dolphins this week and said they have no chance to beat the Bears this weekend.
"It's another chapter in the grumpy Kuechenberg story," Taylor said. "It's Kuechenberg. He gets up every year and [complains] about something. If it ain't one thing, it's another. He needs a hug and a hobby. It's ridiculous."
By Mark Maske |
November 2, 2006; 11:17 AM ET
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