Tuna Melt

A Bill Parcells-led team has not won a playoff game since the Clinton administration. He’s notorious for moving from one organization to the next on a whim, left the Cowboys a mess, and is routinely given way too much credit for the Giants teams he coached (but was built by other people) to the Super Bowl. As the football czar for the Miami Dolphins, he drafted Pat White, signed injury-prone offensive linemen, chased out a franchise icon, and failed to deliver a franchise quarterback. And while the team he left in shambles before walking away took a giant dump on the field the past two seasons, the NFL Network was busy filming a documentary on his life in which Peter King verbally massaged Parcells’ balls. Imagine if Parcells actually accomplished something. Would the NFL Network have deified him? Would they have dipped his man boobs in gold? You can watch the dreadful Dolphins team the football supergenius built this Sunday as it plays the Cleveland Browns at the World of Beer (4437 Lyons Road, Ste. E-101, Coconut Creek). A bar that has a 12-page binder showcasing its selection of 40 beers on tap, ranging from the regs like Pilsner Urquell and Guinness to out-of-this-world unique brews like Ommegang Abbey Ale and St. Bernardus ABT 12. Kickoff is at 1. Visit miamidolphins.com.
Sun., Dec. 5, 1 p.m., 2010
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Chris Joseph
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