Miami Dolphins-Houston Texans: Dolphins Visited By Three Ghosts

Posted: 26th December 2009 by Dave Trembley in NFL
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When the Miami Dolphins take the field this Christmas weekend against the underachieving Houston Texans, they would do well to seek the ghosts of contests past as the parsimonious stingy Scrooges in Houston have managed to squeak past Miami in each of the last three seasons. The most recent ghost of contest pasts leads us down the haunting chamber of last year's game where the Texans Matt Schaub slithered into the end zone with three seconds left to give Houston a 29-28 victory. Schaub played as though the Dolphins secondary was manned by oversized Tiny Tims, throwing for 379 yards. Texans star receiver Andre Johnson torched Miami for 178 of those yards.á MiamiÆs effort was highlighted by a strong performance from Chad Pennington, who was 19 for 25 and two touchdowns, and the surprise pe ...

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