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Brian Hartline thinks the Dolphins have a better wide receiver group than New England

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WR Brian Hartline recently said in an interview with NFL A.M. he thinks with the new edition to the Dolphins offense they have the best wide receiver core in the AFC East: “Absolutely, I think we are the best, the whole passing game is an advantage of ours.”

Hopefully Brian Hartline doesn’t consider himself better then the Pats wide-outs, he is average, but Mike Wallace is a different story.

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3 Responses to “Brian Hartline thinks the Dolphins have a better wide receiver group than New England”

  1. Dale says:

    who you kidding????? get real people….You wish you could ,be like the pats..aint touching there group of receivers..

  2. Dale says:

    pats a very well coach team,, And a very talented team,,, who cares about welker,,, hes gone now,,,, He was my favorite player believe it or not…and still will be…but you know what? Bill’s got something up his sleeve trust me.. In bill I do trust… last 12 years in the playoffs is more than enough…I cant wait to see what they do this year…I have a feeling there going to show the media and everyone else …How the pats and the coachs can put a hell of a team togeather watch and see.. shock a lot of people… it to me looks like hes building that 2000 team kinda back togeather again…very strong running backs …everything looks good I beleave..

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