In my latest post about a week ago I predicted a key to the game was the Miami Dolphins vs. Sun Life Stadium. Throughout multiple seasons the Miami Dolphins have had a rough time getting it done at home. Recently, the hard work has paid off.
From a fans’ perspective, you got to believe that the team has found their identity on both sides of the ball especially in the recent weeks.
The Miami Dolphins have won two straight due to the great contributions from the entire team including QB
Reggie Bush has been on tear in crossing the goal line. Thus far Bush has recorded over 506 rushing yards, 202 receiving yards, four rushing touchdowns, and one receiving touchdown. The Miami Dolphins and Tony Sparano have to be pleased with Bush’s impact this season.
In the past couple of weeks, the defense has been strong as they have ever been this season. The Dolphins’ defense has logged 30 sacks in 10 games (5.5 sacks from last year’s second ranked NFL sack leader Cameron Wake and 4.0 sacks from 15th year veteran Jason Taylor). The secondary has become stronger with cornerback Vontae Davis and S Yeremiah Bell coming back from injuries. Bell has been on fire with 70 tackles, one interception, and one sack. As for Davis he has struggled due to recent hamstring injuries but despite the injury he has recorded 23 tackles and one interception.
What makes this team work hard and have the mindset of never giving up is their resilient coach Tony Sparano. Starting the season 0-7 to transforming their season around to 3-7 with six games left on the schedule.