Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Dolphins on a Roll

The Miami Dolphins are approaching the season’s end on a five game winning streak. Their latest win over the Tennessee Titans was an exceptional example of the talent and spirit this team has consistently shown since the end of November. The Dolphins gained the AFC’s longest winning streak and their highest rushing total of the year. Miami faces the New England Patriots next week and lost to them once this season already. Hopefully they can perform flawlessly keep the November loss from breaking their positive stride of the past five games.

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Winning Streak to Continue Against Titans

We have three players going to the Pro Bowl this year. Linebacker Zach Thomas and defensive end Jason Taylor will be going again, and wide receiver Chris Chambers will be headed there for his first time ever. After the last four wins, fans have been very happy with this Miami Dolphins team and are waiting in nervous anticipation for our games against the Tennessee Titans and the New England Patriots. Both are teams we have the ability to dominate. The Patriots beat us earlier in the season but hopefully our players can get past that and play like we know they can after this beautiful winning streak.

Monday, December 12, 2005

Frerotte and Chambers Shock Chargers

The Dolphins defeat of the Chargers came at a bad time for San Diego. They needed the win to have a chance at going to the Playoffs and couldn’t reach the goal. We are now in the running for the AFC East title and may have a chance if we continue to play like we have been. This is the Miami Dolphins third win in a row and it was all thanks to two players. Gus Frerotte passed to Chris Chambers for two touchdowns in the third quarter. Chambers had eight catches for a total of 121 yards of offense and Frerotte completed more than half of his passes for 229 yards.

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Dolphins Pull Out a Fourth Quarter Win

The Miami Dolphins really got some payback in their 24-23 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Things were looking desolate after the first quarter with the Bills up 21-0. The Dolphins looked defeated and there really was no reason for the fans to think they could come back from a deficit like that. Coach Nick Saban must have said something right in the locker room at the half, because a different team came onto the field for the third quarter. The Dolphins stopped making mistakes and made some big plays against the dwindling Bills defense. Miami never lost their cool and pulled out the win in the final seconds of the game.