Miami Dolphins Five Wins And Counting

In what was a long wet uneventful game, the Miami Dolphins waited till the fourth quarter to seal their fifth straight win and continue their longest win streak since 2008.

For most of the game, the Dolphins were held pointless until the fourth quarter due to some strong defense from the Los Angeles Rams.

WR Jarvis Landry caught a 10-yard TD pass with four minutes left to play in the fourth to start the late scoring, the Dolphins got the ball right back and drove down the field where WR DeVante Parker caught a 9-yard TD pass with 36 seconds left to play to seal the deal and give Miami their fifth straight win.

QB Ryan Tannehill passed for 172 yards and had two touchdown passes; he was intercepted once and hit the turf for a total of four sacks.

For the entire first three-quarters, the Miami offense looked terrible. DeVante Parker had eight catches for 79 yards, and RB Jay Ajayi, who has slowed down since his two consecutive weeks of 200-yards, rushed for a total of 77 yards against a tough and resilient Rams defense.

In my opinion, the Dolphins will have to find their rhythm on offense much quicker if they want to continue this amazing streak and put up wins against the top teams in the NFL.

On the injury front, offensive guard Laremy Tunsil injured his left shoulder during the first half. Tunsil was playing left tackle in place of Branden Albert who had surgery on a torn ligament in his wrist.

The Miami Dolphins (6-4) will look to continue this win streak when they take on the struggling San Francisco 49ers (1-9) as Miami returns home to what will be a packed house to celebrate this amazing run by the Miami Dolphins… Keep it up boys you are getting wins by not stopping playing till that end whistle blows.

FINS UP!!!    

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