Originally written on Phin Nation  |  Last updated 11/20/14
The Miami Dolphins welcome in the New England Patriots today and the odds-makers aren’t giving the Dolphins much of a chance.  Even though the Dolphins are at home, they are underdogs by 9 points….and they probably should be considering how dominant the Patriots have looked recently.  I don’t know about you, but when the Dolphins are playing a tough opponent, I usually need to grab an ice cold beer (or 4) to help ease the pain. I’m guessing many of you are in the same boat.  You know, the Dolphins turn the ball over in the 1st quarter and fall behind early….so you reach for a beer or cocktail to help you forget what really happened by the time the game is over…right?  I am by no means endorsing alcohol abuse, just stating what I’m pretty sure is the case for many of you out there. Knowing all of this, we though it might be fun to create a drinking game for the Dolphins game each week.  This will keep the game interesting, even in the event of a blowout.  So grab your alcoholic drink of choice and get ready.  Personally, I will be drinking a Landshark Lager tomorrow, but feel free to grab another type of beer or a whiskey, or a cosmo, or even grain alcohol if that’s your thing.  For those of you that do not drink alcohol, milk can be substituted for similar effects on your system. Dolphins turnover – Don’t throw anything!  Just drink half of your beverage Belichick facial grimace - Take a sip of your beverage Coach ices opposing kicker before a field goal – Take a healthy gulp of your beverage (cont’d on page 2, click below)
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