After dropping a heartbreaking 18-17 loss on the road in the season opener at Arizona, the Bolts would reel off five straight victories, including a win over the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks.
The Miami Dolphins defense has been earning more and more respect around the league as they continue to play at a high level, forcing turnovers and keeping the opposition off the scoreboard.
Heading into Sunday’s game against the San Diego Chargers, questions remained as to which Miami Dolphins team would show up.
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.
Ryan Tannehill threw for 288 yards and three scores Sunday, and the Miami Dolphins forced four turnovers to rout the San Diego Chargers 37-0.
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.
As they approach the halfway point of the season, the Miami Dolphins have an opportunity put themselves in a good position heading into the month of November.
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.
With a pivotal intraconference NFL Week 9 game looming, the Miami Dolphins have NFL oddsmakers on their side, while the San Diego Chargers are backed by the people when it comes down to which team is best equipped to cover the ATS spread.