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Lady Macbeth and Macbeth exhibit signs of mental illnesses in the Shakespearean play, Macbeth, which today would be diagnosed as Schizophrenic behaviors falling under the category of a “psychotic disorder”. Schizophrenia is defined as a brain disorder that distorts the way a person, thinks, acts, expresses emotions, perceives reality, and relates to others. (“Schizophrenia,” [Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary]). The presence of special behaviors and symptoms of delusions, hallucinations, paranoia and disorganized speech and thinking are all identified, while reading the play, through the actions, thoughts, and behaviors reflected by both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth throughout the entirety of the play. Lady Macbeth, as displayed in this play of tragedy, used her persuasive, ambitious and powerful nature to convince and manipulate Macbeth into believing he could obtain power by the killing of the current King, leading Macbeth with a feeling of invincibility and pride. Both characters symptoms lead to abnormal actions which led both to their mental and physical demise.

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Previous Seasons

Shakeups abound in Dolphin land as the coaching staffs as well as the players go through an overhaul. Gone is last year’s offensive coordinator Dan Henning and replacing him is Brian Daboll, the former offensive coordinator in Cleveland (and one of two w/a worse record). Karl Dorrell then was moved to the Quarterbacks Coach position which he has never coached before while Steve Bush, the former OQC Assistant moves to Wide Receivers Coach, a position he has never coached either.

Look for the Dolphins to use their 15th overall draft pick on a solid running back while the possibility of a strong quarterback may also be in the mix since both Tyler Thigpen and Chad Pennington both released into free agency and Chad Henne in the final year of his 4-year deal and is not expected to be resigned. The team will also be looking at the wide receiver and center positions in the draft.

Be sure to get your Dolphins tickets as help cheer them on as they attempt to win the AFC East for the first time since the 2008 season.

Everyone in Miami (and we mean everyone) is talking championship and a trip to Dallas in February. Team Owner Steve Ross has said it and Head Coach Tony Sparano is backing him up and talking about it right with him. The off-season acquisition of superstars WR Brandon Marshal and ILB Karlos Dansby will certainly help in their respective departments.

The teams draft picks that have stuck around to make the final 53-man roster are DE Jared Odrick(28th overall pick) who is now in the starting lineup, OLB Koa Misi (40th overall pick) will replace Jason Taylor on the strong side, RG John Jerry (73rd overall pick) is now the starting right guard, CB Nolan Carroll (145th overall) is slotted to be the primary kickoff returner and FS Reshad Jones will back up Chris Clemons

The 09 Dolphins are ready to get back to the playoffs and to the organizations winning ways. The team parted ways with a number of players who were released (Matt McChesney and Kelvin Smith – waived, John Beck Todd Lowbar, Scorpio Babers and Jy Bond – released and DE Vonnie Holliday had his contract terminated on March 2nd. The team traded Tony McDaniel to the Jacksonville Jaguars for a seventh round 2209 draft pick and Samson Satele to the Oakland Raiders for a sixth round pick and a swap of 4th round picks in 2009. In the draft, the team used their number 1 pick to snap up Illinois CB Vontae Davis (25th overall) and picked up West Virginia QB Pat White with the 2nd pick (44th overall). The Dolphins used 5 of their 9 picks for offensive players. With the Super Bowl being hosted in Sun Life Stadium, the Dolphins look to become the 1st team to host and play in the Super Bowl.

The 2008 Miami Dolphins began making changes to the makeup of the team in late 07 as Bill Parcels was names the Executive VP of Football Operations for the Dolphins.  After the season finale, Parcells fired GM Randy Mueller and a few weeks later fired Head Coach Cam Cameron along with most of his staff.  Parcells then went out and hired Tony Sparano as the new head coach, Jeff Ireland as the new GM, signed U of M star offensive lineman Jake Long, released LB Zach Thomas and traded DE Jason Taylor to the Redskins for a 2nd round draft pick.  Rounding out the staff, Parcells then hired Dan Henning as the new offensive coordinator.

The Fins then picked up QB Chad Pennington in week four. Parcels and Sparano began experimenting with the “Wildcat” offense and was used to gain victories over the New England Patriots and the San Diego Charges (both playoff teams from 07).

The Dolphins completed the most improbable turnaround in team history and finished the season at 11-5, winning the AFC East but losing in the Wild Card Round of the Playoffs to the Baltimore Ravens.

Trent Green began the season as the Starting QB but after four games into the season, Green was put on injured reserve and the Fins rotated reserves Cleo Lemon and John Beck.  The Dolphins also played a game against the New York Giants in London’s Wembley Stadium, the 1st NFL game played outside of North America.  Then another setback as the NFL’s leading rusher Ronnie Brown went down with a season ending knee injury in week seven and the team finally ended a 16-game losing streak against the Baltimore Ravens.  The team finished the regular season at 1-15, tying an NFL record (that would be broken by the Lions in 08)

The Miami Dolphins are definitely best known as the last team to complete an entire season in the NFL without suffering a loss, regular season or postseason. That historic season took place in 1972 by going 14-0 in the regular season and sweeping through the playoffs. As part of their tradition, few team members still get together every year to celebrate the last undefeated team’s first loss each season. The former players will follow the last undefeated team around wherever they play and if the team loses, the players will pop a bottle of champagne and celebrate. The team drafted quarterback Dan Marino in 1983 and he was the face of the franchise for decades, along with head coach Don Shula. Since Marino’s retirement a few years ago, the team has struggled a bit, missing the playoffs for consecutive years for the first time since 1988-89. Don Shula coached in Miami for 26 years, and he was followed by Jimmy Johnson. Johnson was a successful college coach at the University of Miami before making the jump to the pros to coach the Dallas Cowboys dynasty of the 1990s.

In 2000, Dave Wannstedt came in as the new coach, and he brought with him a philosophy of run first offense and a mentality on defense to get to the ball. Just before the 2004 season was to begin, star running back Ricky Williams announced he wouldn’t be playing for the team and left Wannstedt and the Dolphins in a huge hole. The team struggled in 2004 and finished with the second worst record in the league which cost Wannstedt his job. Former LSU head coach Nick Saban jumped at the chance to lead an NFL team and made Ronnie Brown, a running back from Auburn, his first pick in the 2005 draft. Williams is back now, and after serving a four-game suspension, the outlook for the team is much better than it was in 2004.

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