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    by Published on 12-27-2015 08:11 PM  Number of Views: 481 
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    Season Continues to Spiral Out Of Control



    It was a different score but the result and story was remained the same. The Miami Dolphins lost to the Indianapolis Colts 18-12. It was their third straight loss and the 5th out of the last 6 games. The game yielded the same results as Dolphins fans have become accustomed to this season. Nothing much changes from week to week. The game was close for most of the day but late coaching decisions to go for field goals instead of taking chances on fourth down led to the defense being abused by the Colts backup quarterback and an aged Frank Gore. Miami had one last shot on 4th and goal but the offensive line pulled off one of the most inexcusable plays in recent history. They stood still as the ball was snapped and Ryan Tannehill was crushed in a fitting fashion. This season will go down as one of more bizarre seasons in Dolphins history. With a hungry New England Patriots heading to town next week, Dolfans may want to take cover as it's going to get even uglier.



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    by Published on 12-26-2015 07:07 PM


    A banged up Colts team flies into Miami this weekend to take on the Dolphins. Can Miami take advantage of a Luckless Colts team? Tune in to find out.

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    by Published on 12-21-2015 11:05 AM  Number of Views: 330 
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    Downward Spiral Continues



    The Miami Dolphins disappointing season concluded another chapter with a 30-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers. The lopsided losses have become the norm for Miami this season as the defense has gave up 30 plus points in 6 of their losses while the offense failed to reach 20 for the 6th time in their defeats. This is just too much too overcome for both sides of the ball. There are no easy answers for this team going forward. It is likely that the Dolphins will remain a revolving door for other teams to push around as the season closes out. The Chargers are a bad team and were still able to bully the Dolphins all day, up next is the Indianapolis Colts, another bad team. Rock bottom is not far away.



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