The Miami Dolphins big win over the San Diego Chargers was something that has been rare for the team.
Once the Miami Dolphins found their footing, their game against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday became quite one-sided.
After a rather lackluster performance versus the Jaguars, the Miami Dolphins bounced back in a huge way, thrashing the San Diego Chargers, 37-0, to remain in the AFC playoff chase.
It’s understandable Philip Rivers can’t remember the San Diego Chargers’ last win in Miami, since he was three weeks old at the time.
The Miami Dolphins offense has shown that it can points on the board, but not with the consistency that players and coaches would like to see.
Even though the banged-up San Diego Chargers are facing some adversity following back-to-back losses, linebacker Dwight Freeney believes they need to focus on the big picture.
When the talent is there, it can be concerning if results don’t follow.
Winning consecutive games is something that hasn’t come easily for the Miami Dolphins in recent years.
Rookie Blake Bortles had two interceptions returned for touchdowns, costly mistakes that helped the Miami Dolphins beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-13 on Sunday.
Rookie receiver Jarvis Landry says the NFL’s not much different from the SEC, and his rapid progress with the Miami Dolphins suggests he might be right.