By Armando Salgueroasalguero@MiamiHerald.com
The story, you’ll be told, is that despite being down in personnel and down on the scoreboard the Dolphins responded with a heroic 75-yard late-game drive that wrestled victory from defeat’s tight grip.
And, sure enough, all that is true. All that happened.
All that is legitimate.
But, look deeper. If you recall everything that happened before that last drive you’ll realize the Dolphins won while playing poorly much of the afternoon.
The Dolphins showed they could somehow stink in a game against a fine and experienced opponent and, amazingly, still win.
Think about that. ...
The Dolphins showed they could win a game the statistics scream they should have lost.
That’s not a good thing. That’s a great thing.
Because if this team is good enough when it’s bad, how good will it become when it actually improves and matures?
Then, this team will be special. ...
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