I'm at the facility and expect to live blog practice so head on over to the comments section starting around 11:05 to check out what's going on.
I can say this early on:
I cannot believe what I've already heard this morning. No, not about the Kyle Orton trade or Reggie Bush or Mike Pouncey's contract status.
It's the words of owner Stephen Ross. This is what he said, in part, during his meeting with the media moments ago:
""There's a fine line between winning and losing. There's three games we could have won for sure and then there's Pittsburgh, which we all think we won and then look at what our record is. The Jets squeezed by and got a few lucky wins as well. The thing is winning and knowing how to win at the end of the game. That's what's important. Our record doesn't show that's what we do. But you can't say these are teams that are much better than we are and we're really a lagger to them ... You can't draw a fine line and say this team is that much better because they're not. There's a lot of parity in the NFL and we have a lot of great young players. Look how far we've come in a short period of time."
Um, note to Mr. Ross:
The Patriots were 14-2 last year.
The Jets went to the AFC championship game for the second year in a row.
And the Dolphins didn't lag behind?