9 Reasons Kansas City Chiefs Fans Are the Worst

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The 2014 Miami Dolphins season is well underway! And while lots of other sites will be breaking down each game, and list reasons why the Dolphins will or won't win, while analyzing players, coaches, and match-ups against their respective opponent week to week, we won't.

Not us. Not here. Instead, we're focusing on why every week's opponent has the worst fanbase in all the NFL.

This week, the 1-1 Dolphins are set to play the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday at SunLife Stadium.

See also: 9 Reasons Buffalo Bills Fans Are the Worst

Here are 9 reasons why their fans are the worst:

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Jameis Winston Suspended for First Half of Game Versus Clemson

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Florida State Seminoles star quarterback Jameis Winston created a stir across campus and the internet on Tuesday when he apparently hopped onto a table and yelled out some obscenities about doing something adult to a woman's private parts.

And now, the FSU football team has come out and announced that Winston has been suspended for the first half of the Seminoles game against the Clemson Tigers this coming Saturday.

"You can't make certain statements that are derogatory or inflammatory to any person, race, or gender," head coach Jimbo Fischer told the media Wednesday afternoon. "You have to understand that. You have to be very intelligent about what you say. It matters."

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New Skateboarding Book by Delray Beach Man Tells the Secret History of the Ollie

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In the '70s, South Florida was a hotbed of skateboarding. A group of about ten guys from Hollywood Hills, South Broward, and Cooper City high schools would gather at one of three parks in the area, including Solid Surf off of Oakland Park and another, popular with the surfers, in Cypress Creek.

But for that crew, the favorite was Skateboard USA, in Hollywood. Known for its imperfect walls, the park sponsored several local kids, including a slight skater named Alan Gelfand. Nicknamed "Ollie," Gelfand would go on to revolutionize the sport at age 14. He invented the "ollie pop" -- later known as the ollie -- a hand's-free maneuver that propels skater and board into the air. Today, almost every flat-ground skateboarding move owes itself to Gelfand's invention.

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Miami Dolphins Lose All Their Running Backs in Bills Loss

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Well, it was fun while it lasted.

The Miami Dolphins got their butts pounded by the Buffalo Bills on Sunday to the tune of 29-10. And while the offense did put up a little bit of a fight in the second half, it was mostly a disaster.

Terrible passes, blocked punts, a kickoff returned for a TD, four sacks, and really, really bad coaching led to the beatdown.

And then there was losing Miami's best player not only for the game but for maybe a month, if not more. Knowshon Moreno left the game with a dislocated elbow. And it looks like his backup, Lamar Miller, will also miss significant time with an ankle injury.

In other words, IT WAS PURE MIAMI DOLPHINS FOOTBALL.

Here are six things we learned from their debacle:


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9 Reasons Buffalo Bills Fans Are the Worst

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The 2014 Miami Dolphins season is well underway! And while lots of other sites will be breaking down each game, and list reasons why the Dolphins will or won't win, while analyzing players, coaches, and match-ups against their respective opponent week to week, we won't.

Not us. Not here. Instead, we're focusing on why every week's opponent has the worst fanbase in all the NFL.

This week, the 1-0 Dolphins are set to play the division-rival Buffalo Bills on Sunday in Orchard Park.

Here are 9 reasons why their fans are the worst:

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Giancarlo Stanton Hit In the Face by Fastball, Suffers Facial Fractures, May Be Out for Season (Video)

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Miami Marlins star slugger and current NL MVP front runner Giancarlo Stanton was hit in the face by a fastball from Milwaukee pitcher Mike Fiers during last night's Marlins-Brewers game.

Stanton was hit flush in the face, right on the cheek underneath the left eye, and immediately crumpled to the ground in pain, while the crowd moaned in reaction to the noise the ball made as it made contact.

He was bloodied and a stretcher and cart were called in to carry him off the field.

Stanton had to be hospitalized and suffered facial lacerations requiring stitches, multiple facial fractures and dental damage. The Marlins believe he is done for the season.

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Why the Marlins Giving Giancarlo Stanton the Largest Contract in Team History Is a Load of Crap

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Last month, Miami Marlins uber-slugger Giancarlo Stanton made it very clear that he was still unhappy about the way the team handles their business when it comes to building winners.

Yet now, in news that can only be taken with a couple of barrels of salt -- given the team's history for being tightwads -- the Marlins are saying they're prepared to offer Stanton the largest contract in franchise history to keep him around.

No word yet on if that contract still means they'll trade him to the Dodgers when they feel like it.

See also: Giancarlo Stanton Makes It Clear Marlins Need to Build Better

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Miami Dolphins: Five Things We Learned From Their Beatdown Over the Patriots

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They did it. They actually friggin' did it!

The Miami Dolphins managed to overcome their own Dolphiningness and decimated the New England Patriots 33-20 to start the 2014 season with a bang.

Miami wrecked the haters in the face and took names as they sacked Tom Brady, forced turnovers, and -- WAIT FOR IT -- scored more touchdowns than field goals!

It was a glorious way to kick things off.

See also: The New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium (Slideshow)

Here's what we learned from the Dolphins' denting serious ass on Sunday:

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Miami Dolphins 2014 Season Preview: Actual Football Will Be Played This Year, Maybe

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Your Miami Dolphins are set to kickoff the 2014 season this Sunday against the New England Patriots.

And, if you haven't noticed, there have been a few changes around here. The team finally came around to realizing how much Jeff Ireland sucks and hired a new guy who comes from the Tampa Bay Bucs, who have a long stored tradition of not having awesome draft classes.

But the main focus on the Dolphins have been their off-the-field issues.

But Bullygate is behind us. And now it's time to look ahead to new beginnings.

Things are changing! Maybe. Probably. OK, well, we're not entirely sure.

The thing is, this team is a complete mystery. But let's take a gander at the new season anyway. Because stronger together and all that.


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Fan Who Released Great Miami Heat Song Unveils Miami Dolphins Parody

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Last month, we told you about a listener to a local sports radio program who released an excellent Miami Heat parody song called So Rude (Riley Ain't Scared). Now, the Zaslow and Joy show on the Ticket Miami is soliciting Miami Dolphins parody songs in exchange for tickets, and the same fan has delivered once again.

Known on Twitter as @itsleooo and on SoundCloud as Wolf Coat, the listener submitted a remake to Bruno Mars' "Locked Out of Heaven," called "9 and 7."

Check it out:

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