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Former LSU and current Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry had some harsh but honest words about his team after suffering a tough 31-24 loss to New England Patriots on Sunday. Per NESN.com:
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The Dolphins staged a huge comeback Sunday against the Patriots at Gillette Stadium, but New England still managed to squeak out a 31-24 win when Duron Harmon intercepted a pass from Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill in the closing moments. The loss pushed Miami’s record to 0-2, and Landry was among those unhappy about the Dolphins’ inability to rally past the Pats.

“I hate to say it, but we can’t be an almost team,” the Dolphins wide receiver said after Sunday’s game, according to the Miami Herald. “We can’t be a team, ‘We almost won. Let’s build off this.’ That (expletive) is over with. Got to find ways to win the game.”
Landry had 10 receptions for the 137-yards on Sunday. The Dolphins are currently 0-2.
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choke93 months
Whats wrong with him wanting to win games? He's just saying they need to step it up.
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Random LSU Hero93 months
So glad the saints passed on him... :shakemyhead:
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MSH93 months
Captain Hindsight to the rescue!!!!!!
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ROPO93 months
Don't think Jarvis took a knee
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Jon Targaryn93 months
Maybe if the team was more focused on winning and less on making unpatriotic political statements?
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ROPO93 months
We need a Jarvis Landry in the current WR corp
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