The Miami Dolphins have been a thorn in Bill BelichickÆs side since he first arrived in New England. He is only 10-8 against the turquoise and orange Florida fish, and five of his 10 division losses since 2002 have come at the hands of Miami. MiamiÆs Wildcat offense, which was averaging a piddly 1.7 yards per play over the past three games, finally found stride against New England on several big plays. On MiamiÆs three scoring drives, they seemed to move the ball at will. Pat White gashed the Patriots for a 33-yard gain on his first snap of the game. Following this, he led the offense with several plays out of the Wildcat, including a 15-yard pitch to Ricky Williams. The Dolphins have the winning formula against teams that rely on their quarterback. TheyÆve been able to win the time of ...
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