Dave Hydehttp://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/miam ... story.html
South Florida Sun Sentinel Columnist
They ate peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. They ate turkey sandwiches. When that food ran out by the second lightning delay, they ate the barbecue chicken meals meant for after the game.
“We ran out of snacks,” defensive end Cameron Wake said.
They took off pads. They laid on the floor. They watched other games on the NFL RedZone and talked about nuances in their game.
“What else was there to do?” receiver Jakeem Grant said. …
At the end of the day that would never end, they even had this: A recipe this team needs to follow for success. Defensive turnovers, led by safety Reshad Jones’ two interceptions. Speed few teams can match. And a physical offensive line that produces a running game and helps manage quarterback Ryan Tannehill into efficiency.
That’s it. That’s the recipe. ….