Can he do it again?
Last week, a few days before new South Florida Sun Sentinel reporter Safid Deen covered his first Miami Dolphins game, he correctly predicted on video that the Dolphins would beat the favored Tennessee Titans. Not just that, he said Miami would score 27 points (it did), that Jakeem Grant would score a touchdown on a return (he did), that receiver Kenny Stills would score (he did twice) and that rookie kicker Jason Sanders would make two field goals (he did).
To be fair, the somewhat-psychic journalist was slightly off on the Titans’ score. He said they would score 24 points; they only managed 20.
So, will “Safidamus” correctly predict an eerie amount of action in this week’s Dolphins matchup against the Jets?
Deen says that the final score will be Dolphins 34, Jets 28. Highly skeptical veteran Dolphins columnist Omar Kelly makes him chart it out, again.
Check out the video now, then review it again Sunday after the game to see: Is he a pseudo psychic? Or a precognitive phenom?