Absolute nonsense.The Dolphins have totally underachieved by every metric considering the raw potential that existed in Brisbane, and it's only a matter of time before the novelty effect starts to wear off.
People like you will never admit it, but they're symptomatic of everything wrong with the Australian sports industry and particularly RL. They're a backwater suburban club with mid-20th century ideas about how best to operate a business in the sports industry, that're propped up by their gambling business and political corruption instead of their football operations, have proven that they're resistant to changing to market conditions, and are risk averse and accepting of mediocrity.
The NRL (and AFL to a lesser degree as well) takes it's position for granted and has allowed it's self to become stuck in time while it's competitors continue to innovate and the market continues to become increasingly globalised, and that will increasing negatively impact them going forward.
I don't know how you fix the problems the NRL are facing, but it's got to start with the ARLC becoming truly independent (fat chance of that ever happening lol) and some genuine diversity being added into the people that have a say in the running of the sport. The sport cannot continue with exclusively over 50s of a single socioeconomic status who grew up in certain parts of Sydney and Brisbane being the only people who get a real say in the sport and it's direction, as they've proved time and time again that they're completely disconnected from, and totally blind to, anything and anyone outside of their bubble.