The Dolphins Look to Make Most of Underdog Role

Posted: 21st October 2009 by Jason Clary in NFL
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Playing from behind. Back against the wall. áOn the hot seat. áThese are phrases you would expect to hear from a team that is 2-3. áThese are phrases that do not describe the Miami Dolphins. With two straight wins, the Dolphins welcome the high-powered offense of the New Orleans Saints to Landshark Stadium. áNot only are the Saints one of the remaining four unbeaten teams in the NFL, their offense would makeáevenáthe Steel Curtain defense of the '70s cringe. While the Saints offense is making headlines, the Dolphins offense is flying under the radar. áWith a change of scenery at quarterback, the Fins have a bit of firepower themselves. áYielding the league's best rush offense and strong-armed Chad Henne, the Dolphins have averaged 34.5 points in their last two games while continuin ...

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