The Miami Dolphins And The Best Plane Crash Ever

Watching Hard Knocks has definitely turned a lot of us into fans of Joe Philbin and the Dolphins -- Chris-Hogan-always-open! -- but it's hard to argue with the omen here.

From the Miami Herald's beat writer, Armando Salguero: "Multiple Dolphins players say team charter "backed into" another plane on the Dallas runway last night. ... The runway accident caused the to be delayed such that they landed back in Florida only an hour ago. What a preseason!"

As defensive end Jared Odrick tweeted:

They were in Dallas, see--where Anthony Fasano used to play--but alas, there were no parties at Fasano's old crib. After a 30-13 loss to the Cowboys capped off a winless preseason, the Dolphins just had to hang out at the airport for most of the night, which is sad and funny and totally perfect all at once. Here's to hoping they had Hard Knocks cameras in the vicinity.

How does a plane possibly crash into another plane, you ask? Good question!

The only way this could be better would be if it happened to the Browns.

(HT: Shutdown Corner)

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