The second coming of Matt Moore(all)

Written by Finatic Bob

Ok, it's not the perfect season (thanks Baltimore for the wake up call) and now it looks like as we get into the final three games of the season that we will be without Ryan Tannehill for the first time that he started as a young rookie 5 years ago.

These games are important as they are all division games. We go to New York (#MetLifeTakeover), Buffalo, and then start the New Year at home against our nemesis, the New England Patriots.

As of today we are fighting Denver for the last wild card slot, and their schedule looks brutal in the final three weeks (Patriots, Chiefs, and Raiders).

I just can't get out of my mind the old war horse Earl Morrall, who passed away in 2014. He was the backup of Bob Griese in the 1972 perfect season, and led the team to the playoffs after Griese was sidelined with a leg injury.

Now in 2016 it is almost Deja Vu, but instead of Morrall we have Moore. Matt looked great in the final minutes of yesterday's game to get us down the field and ensure victory with an Andrew Franks chip shot. I am confident that Moore and the rest of the team can get us into the playoffs and Coach Gase and his staff should have a game plan ready to highlight his strengths. I'm sure there is excitement and resolve in the locker room today, and I cannot wait for next Sunday.

Go Dolphins!

GAME DAY! Arizona at Miami

Written by Finatic Dave

CardinalsThe Dolphins will host the Arizona Cardinals for the first time since 2004 on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 1 p.m. on FOX. The Cardinals have played in Miami just three times since moving to Phoenix in 1988 and Miami has won two of the three contests (1990 and 1999).

Arizona is the second team Miami has faced this year that played in a conference championship game following the 2015 season. The Dolphins also played New England on Sept. 18 and will play the Patriots again on Jan. 1, 2017.

GAME DAY! Dolphins at Ravens

Written by Finatic Dave

WakeSackFlaccoThe Dolphins take their six-game winning streak on the road to Baltimore to take on the Ravens on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 1 p.m.

Baltimore is 6-5 and tied for the AFC North lead with five games to play. Miami defeated the Ravens at home last year, posting a 15-13 win on Dec. 6, 2015, but the Dolphins have not won in Baltimore since the first meeting of the two organizations, back on Oct. 19, 1997.

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Can The Miami Dolphins Go 7 Straight???

Written by Finatic Dave

7 Straight7 straight wins for the Miami Dolphins would... ROCK.. It would almost certainly guarantee the Dolphins a playoff spot in the AFC. Can they make it happen this Sunday against The Baltimore Ravens?

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