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    by Published on 10-25-2015 06:17 PM  Number of Views: 299 
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    Winless Streak vs. Houston Comes To An End

    Jarvis Landry said the Dolphins were going to christen the stadium this Sunday. Indeed they they did. Landry caught two touchdowns and turned in an amazing effort along with many others in a dominating 44-26 victory over the Houston Texans. Ryan Tannehill passed for a career high four touchdowns in a nearly perfect game. The slow starts have become a thing of the past under head coach Dan Campbell's direction as Miami went into halftime with a 41-0 lead. Lamar Miller got the momentum going early and didn't waver, rushing for 175 yards and 60 in receptions along with two touchdowns.

    While the offense didn't miss a beat, the defense was as equally dominating. The Texans didn't manage a first down until late in the first half. The pressure from Suh, Wake and Vernon was relentless. Reshad Jones had another interception for a touchdown. Miami began pulling first team players after halftime and Houston made a small effort late which didn't amount to much. The Dolphins don't have much time to celebrate snapping a 0-7 winless streak versus the Texans because they only have 3 days to prepare for the New England Patriots on Thursday night. Hopefully this new found momentum Campbell has inspired the team with will carry over to week 8 because the Dolphins will need every ounce of it.

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    by Published on 10-25-2015 04:05 AM

    After a coaching shake up during the bye week, the Dolphins came out laid a beat down on the Titans that they soon won't forget and giving Dan Campbell his first win as interim head coach. This week Campbell and the Dolphins are at home to play the Texans. Campbell has a tall order in front of him though, as Miami has never beaten the Texans since they joined the league in 2002. It should be an evenly matched game given the Texans and the Dolphins have both had their issues this season.

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    by Published on 10-18-2015 09:32 PM  Number of Views: 208 
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    Dolphins Snap Three Game Skid

    After a demoralizing three game losing streak the Miami Dolphins got back in the groove with an impressive 38-10 victory over the Tennesse Titans. It didn't take long for new head coach Dan Campbell to make his mark. It looked like a different team out there compared to the first four weeks. In an unfamiliar fashion they didn't have a slow start and the defense dominated for the most part. Cam Wake had four sacks, Reshad Jones returned an interception for a touchdown and Brent Grimes had a superb interception to cap off a dominating performance.

    The Dolphins anemic run game was revitalized by Lamar Miller, who rushed for 113 yards in a much needed effort. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to seal the game. The victory was a fresh of breath air for the team and fans. There is plenty of work to be done but at least for now coach Campbell has brought out the competitiveness this team has been lacking for some time. The Dolphins will host the Houston Texans on Sunday, a team they have never beat.

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