Miami Dolphins’ coach Tony Sparano is always anticpating for a big win but it just hasn’t come yet. The Dolphins have a Lebron James-esque appearance, can’t perform in the fourth quarter. Today might be a big step and show some light if they have the eager to beat the Chiefs.
The matchup should be a good one, besides both of the teams records. In week 7, Kansas City snuck a game of their own against the San Diego Chargers, won by three points in overtime. In week 7, the Miami Dolphins could not score enough against the Giants to leave with a win.
Keys and match-ups of the game:
Offensive line of the Chiefs vs. Defensive line of the Dolphins:
In the past four wins Matt Cassel has been given a lot of time especially last week against an elite defense. The defensive side of the Miami Dolphins has shown some light at the midpoint of the season. Last week against the Giants, the defense was visible for all quarters besides the fourth.
Both players are similar in multiple ways, they love the deep threat and and have the ability to make spectactular plays. Dwayne Bowe has 558 receiving yards and four touchdowns on the 2011-12 season . Brandon Marshall has been underplaying what he can show this season only recording 538 receiving yards and one touchdown in seven games.
The Miami Dolphins are searching for their first win, let’s see if they can control the fourth and win the game.