VIDEO: Dolphins Fan Loses His Mind Over Their Inability to Tank Following Second Win of 2019 Season

VIDEO: Dolphins Fan Loses His Mind Over Their Inability to Tank Following Second Win of 2019 Season


The Miami Dolphins' season has found new life with Ryan Fitzpatrick under center and have now won two straight games in what was supposed to be a historically terrible year. Normally, a fan loves to see their team succeed no matter the circumstances, but one Phins fan may beg to differ.

Barstool Sports' Frank Fleming took to Twitter after Miami's 16-12 road upset of the Indianapolis Colts, hilariously ranting about the team's inability to "tank for Tua" and the Minkah Fitzpatrick trade, among other things. Fair warning, the language in this video is NSFW.

I don't think putting Jake Fromm on blast was completely necessary, but we all get the point, Frank.

Despite their "winning ways," the Dolphins are currently projected to grab the No. 4 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, just behind the Cincinnati Bengals (0-9), Washington Redskins (1-8), and New York Giants (2-8), in that order.

However, the Phins own the fourth-easiest remaining strength of schedule (.406), according to, and with games against the New York Jets (2-7), Giants, and Bengals remaining, they could realistically earn all the tiebreakers necessary to bump them down the projected draft order.

Sorry, Dolphins fans, but it looks like there may be a few more of Frank's rants in your future if the team keeps winning down the stretch.

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