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NFL Football Gambling Fans Profit From Sparano and Staff!

NFL football gambling fans were impressed with how the Miami Dolphins went from worst to first and a profitable team for betting on NFL football with.

NFL football gambling saw Miami go from 1-15 in 2007 to 11-5 in 2008 and into the post season for those betting on NFL football.  Head coach Tony Sparano is a major reason for Miami’s NFL football gambling success.

In just his first year on the job he proved his coaching credentials for everyone betting on NFL football and has turned the Dolphins back into one of the premier franchises in all of NFL football gambling.  Sparano has spent 9 NFL football gambling seasons as a professional coach and has coached 24 years overall.

He arrived at Miami from the Dallas Cowboys where he was an assistant for 5 years.  In 3 of those NFL football gambling seasons Dallas made the playoffs.  Sparano is a disciple of long time legendary head coach Bill Parcels, who hired him at Miami after taking over control of the franchise’s football operations.

Sparano rose to the rank of assistant head coach with Dallas for his final 2 NFL football gambling seasons there.  While at Dallas, Sparano called offensive plays and coordinated the running attack.  Another important member of the Dolphin coaching staff is defensive coordinator Paul Pasqualoni.

He was named defensive coordinator shortly after Sparano got the head coaching position and had an immediate impact last NFL football gambling season.  Pasqualoni is best known for his long and successful run as head coach of Syracuse in the college ranks.

Dan Henning is a long time NFL football gambling assistant and serves as offensive coordinator for Miami.  He arrived from the Carolina Panthers where he was a member of the staff that led Carolina to the NFC title game twice in 5 years.  Henning is a veteran of 28 NFL seasons including 8 as a head coach.

Assistant head coach Todd Bowles was another key contributor as he was primarily responsible for the defensive secondary, which was highly effective for Miami in 2008.  The Dolphins have solid leadership to keep them in contender status for 2009.

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