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      by Published on 11-02-2014 05:55 PM  Number of Views: 1573 
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      Dolphins Dominate , Blank The Bolts



      The Miami Dolphins faced arguably their most important game of the season and they made a point today that they are a force to be reckoned with. The Dolphins dominated every aspect of the game as they rendered the San Diego Charger helpless in a 37-0 victory. The defense ended a San Diego drive on the first series and once the offense got the ball they never looked back. The Dolphins seemed to rally around their head coach Joe Philbin, who lost his father earlier in the week.

      Ryan Tannehill took control of the offense, leading the Dolphins to seven scoring drives in three quarters of play. Rookie wide receiver Jarvis Landry, tight end Charles Clay and wide receiver Mike wallace helped out all day long also, making big catches at critical times.

      Veteran quarterback Philip Rivers was unable to overcome the Dolphins defensive onslaught.The defense turned in an unbelievable performance, forcing a fumble and stealing three interceptions. Safety Reshad Jones (1 int) and cornerback Bent Grimes (2 int) continued with their solid seasons.

      The Dolphins have now won three games in a row and four of the last five. If the defense can continue to turn in dominating performances and Ryan Tannehill maintains his efficiency there is no reason this team can't keep the winning going as the season progresses. They face another test next Sunday when they travel north to face the Detroit Lions at 1pm on CBS.

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      by Published on 10-26-2014 08:27 PM     Number of Views: 1191 
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      Defense steps up and answers




      The Dolphins came into Sundays road game favored but the Jacksonville Jaguars didn't see it that way. The offense struggled most of the day but the defense came prepared. Louis Delmas had a 81-yard interception return for a touchdown in the second quarter and Brent Grimes had a 22-yard interception in the third quarter to put the Dolphins in a position to seal the victory.

      Mike Wallace had two receptions for 59 yards but there wasn't much else going on for Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins offense as they struggled to move the chains for the most part. Despite the difficulties the Dolphins should take confidence from their victory today as they move forward. Things don't get easier this week as they host the 5-3 San Diego Chargers Sunday. Hopefully the Dolphins can aspire to take control of home field advantage as the season takes on a serious toll this week.

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      by Published on 10-19-2014 08:23 PM  Number of Views: 2308 
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      Tannehill has big day in 27-14 win over Chicago



      After suffering a last second loss last week to the Green Bay Packers, there was some concern of a let down by the Dolphins as they traveled to windy Chicago to take on the Bears this week. There was no let down and it featured a dominate performance by quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

      Tannehill completed his first 14 passes of the day and finished the day 25 of 32 for 277 yards, 2 touchdowns and no interceptions. He also added 48 yards on the ground in 6 attempts.

      The Dolphins took a 14-0 lead in the first half and the Bears never really were in the game as the Dolphins cruised to a 27-14 victory. Next week the 3-3 Dolphins travel to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars.

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