It's surprising that I'm not used to this by now. The anticipation and excitement grows inside me every Sunday or Monday night when the Miami Dolphins play, and each week I go out and expect that the Dolphins are going to somehow come away with a win. But week in and out, the Dolphins seem to find a way to lose each game. This recent Monday night affair against the powerhouse Indianapolis Colts proved no different, except that the Dolphins should have won this game with no potential threat from the Colts in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter. They can accredit this to a number of reasons on both sides of the ball, as well as the coaches on the sideline and in the booth. Let's take a look at the positives first: You can give the credit where credit is due to the Miami Dolphins, espec ...
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