What if we can stop the Browns and Raiders from going to war?
It’s the same scenario you might expect to hear about the Miami Dolphins after their recent playoff loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
They’ve had the best record in the NFL since 2012, but they’ve never had to deal with another playoff team.
That’s because the franchise has always played in the AFC South, which has its own set of rules and is also much more competitive.
In the past 10 years, the Dolphins have won three Super Bowls and won six division titles.
In those years, they’ve also been in the playoff hunt every year except 2011.
The Dolphins were the best team in the NFC East when they were a team with a record of 3-11, including a 5-11 mark in 2012.
It was the same story in 2014, when the Dolphins finished third in the division and reached the AFC Championship Game.
The Dolphins lost their final four games of the season, including the AFC title game to the Patriots in January, to finish with a 4-12 record.
That marked the worst record in their history, and it was a record that would have put them in the same position as the Philadelphia Eagles if the Eagles had won the Super Bowl that year.
They were never in contention to win it all again, and they were never going to be a contender.
So when the Bills announced that they were coming to town in January 2018, it was the first time the Bills had ever been to Miami in front of the national television audience.
The idea that the Bills would be playing a team like the Dolphins was not even in the minds of the Bills when they approached the team about signing them.
But the team had been considering the possibility for a while.
It’s something that the team has never really been able to do.
They haven’t been able win the AFC East in a decade, and that’s something they’ve been looking to do with their new team.
But with the signing of QB EJ Manuel, it seemed like a no-brainer.
The deal had been in place for some time, and in early January, it became official when the teams met.
It seemed like this was the way things were supposed to play out, but it wasn’t.
The team was still considering it and they weren’t prepared to give up a first-round pick and a first rounder in 2018, even if it meant taking on $8 million in cap space.
The Bills did not sign Manuel, who is a former first-rounder, because they believed he would help them compete with the Steelers and Cowboys for the division crown.
Instead, the Bills signed the quarterback to a five-year deal that includes $52 million guaranteed, which they can use to help the team’s roster.
The Bills have the second-most cap space of any team in this year’s draft, behind only the Jaguars.
That means they are able to keep Manuel for at least one more season in Buffalo.
It also means that if they don’t win the Super Rose, they will have to move on.
And, as with the previous two years, this team will have another chance to win a championship.
That was the plan when the team announced that it was taking on the franchise tag for Manuel.
They also made a strong push to re-sign QB Tyrod Taylor, who was a free agent this year after spending the first two years of his career with the Bills.
There was a lot of buzz around the Bills going into the signing period that the decision was to get Manuel and he was going to help them with their offensive line and defense.
He was going give them more talent on defense, and he would allow them to take a step forward.
The decision was made that the players wanted a quarterback.
The plan wasn’t to move Manuel before the team was ready to sign him, and the plan for the season wasn’t very different than what it was for the first three years of Manuel’s career.
He did not have a great career, and his offensive line had some problems this year.
He also was playing under a new coaching staff and he wasn’t playing at a high level, but the Bills thought that they could make the most of their opportunity to keep their best player.
It didn’t take long for the decision to be made.
The first week of free agency was a whirlwind for Manuel and the Bills, and even after the signing, they weren�t prepared to make the move.
Manuel had never been traded before, and this was his first time playing in front a national television camera.
It wasn�t a situation that he was expecting.
The move made sense.
Manuel has never been one to play hard for his team, and now that he would be able to play a lot more in Buffalo, it would be a chance for the team to win games.
And it did.
Manuel led the Bills in passing touchdowns, yards per attempt and touchdowns allowed.
He completed more than 50 percent of his passes for