and to think there are dozens of people in this forum that thought we should get one of these guys...this is from CNN/Si and Don Banks: Miami's latest post-Dan Marino hopeful, Daunte Culpepper, absorbed five first-half sacks, fumbled twice and threw an inexcusably horrid interception at the Buffalo 7. He finished with seven sacks and that interception, and was roundly booed in the fourth quarter of the Dolphins' 16-6 loss to the Bills. He has thrown just one touchdown pass this season, and don't forget, Miami's offense was facing a Bills defense that started two rookie safeties in Donte Whitner and Ko Simpson. Coming on the heels of his shaky fourth quarter in the Fish's opener at Pittsburgh -- and for that matter, his woeful seven-game season in 2005 -- you have to question if Culpepper is approaching a crisis in confidence. Unsurprisingly given their quarterback's desultory start, the supposed Super Bowl-contending Dolphins are 0-2 and already in a hole. I wonder if anybody in Miami is pining for Jay Fiedler? • Tampa Bay's Chris Simms threw three more interceptions this week, giving him six in his first two games. One of those came at the Atlanta 1, blunting one of the Bucs' few scoring chances so far this season. Another Simms pick, returned for a touchdown by defensive back Kevin Mathis, was reversed via instant replay challenge. Tampa Bay has scored all of three points in losing its opening two games by a combined 41-3 to the Ravens and Falcons. Suddenly the 0-2 Bucs look like a 2005 fluke who have no chance of defending their NFC South title this year, and Simms is bearing the brunt of Tampa Bay's offensive power outage.