Jeb Bush, during his tenure as Florida's governor, with Dan Marino at the coin toss of a college football game.
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Former Florida governor Jeb Bush has a fantasy football team that includes Buffalo tight end Charles Clay and running back LeSean McCoy—and he says that's too many Bills.

By Extra Mustard
September 08, 2015

Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush made his political bones as the governor of Florida, a position he held from 1999 to 2007.

One would imagine Bush, who after all was elected twice, has a healthy amount of Miami Dolphins fans in his constituency. In fact, Bush currently resides in South Florida, in Coral Gables, not too far from Sun Life Stadium—home of the Dolphins. 

All of this is to say the Bush family may be from Texas, but Jeb is repping South Florida. And he made his Dolphins' allegiance clear when he called out one of Miami’s AFC east rivals on Twitter while discussing his fantasy team. Bush's team includes Bills tight end Charles Clay and running back LeSean McCoy—and the former governor says that's too many from Buffalo:

At least Clay is a former Dolphin. Of course, Bush couldn't forget current players on the team. He selected Ryan Tannehill as his backup quarterback.




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