In 1999, a young Peyton Manning took his Colts to Miami late in the season and fought an epic battle. The seesaw battle was finally decided when he led a game-winning drive that started with only 36 seconds left in the game. Colts 37, Dolphins 34. It was the first time Manning beat the Dolphins. The mantle was passed. Dan Marino's career was waning; Manning's career was blossoming.
Fast-forward exactly 10 years and one day, and another young quarterback with a bundle of potential took the field in Miami against a future Hall of Fame quarterback by the name of Tom Brady.
This time, though, the quarterback and the "W" both belonged to the Dolphins. The QB's name, of course, is Chad Henne
Although played a decade apart, these two games showed their respective teams and fa ...
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Article written by Sam Deerhill