Dansby doesn't want Dolphins to 'suck for Luck'
The thought of teams losing games and benefiting from it by potentially getting Stanford QB Andrew Luck with the first pick in the draft next year is repulsive to at least one Miami Dolphins player.
Linebacker Karlos Dansby told the South Florida Sun Sentinel that he wants no part of the dubbed "Suck for Luck" campaign.
"It’s not right, bro. It’s not right,” Dansby said. “ We put too much into this, man, to have the fans say that – period, point blank — or even promote that campaign. It’s kind of sad.”
The Dolphins are 0-5, winless along with the Colts and Rams, while a number of other teams have just one win - including Miami's opponent on Sunday, the Denver Broncos. Still, Dansby says the talk of the Dolphins finishing with the worst record in the league to get a future payoff angers him.
“It pisses me off,” he said. “I don’t understand nothing about that. I put too many hours into this, man, put too many years into this, sacrificed too much to ask somebody to put that stipulation on me and my teammates. Because I know how much we put into this.”
Nonetheless, the speculation of Luck on South Beach isn't going away anytime soon unless Dansby and his teammates do something about it by winning some games.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider247