Posted November 07, 2011 on AP on Fox
The Miami Dolphins had endured seven straight losses, each one seemingly more disheartening than the last. There was the one-point loss at Cleveland in Week 2, when the season still held so much promise. The 15-point lead that evaporated in an 18-15 overtime loss to Denver two weeks ago. The seven-point lead that went away last week in a 20-17 defeat to the New York Giants. It all made what transpired Sunday that much more satisfying. Matt Moore threw for 244 yards and three touchdowns, two to tight end Anthony Fasano and another to Brandon Marshall. Reggie Bush ran for 92 yards and another score. The Dolphins' defense shut down the Kansas City Chiefs' offense, and the result was a 31-3 victory. Finally, for the first time in 10 regular-season games. ''Instead of hanging around and waiting for the guys on the other side to screw it up, our team just put it in their own hands. That's what I've been waiting to see,'' beleagured Dolphins coach Tony Sparano said. ''That's the darin...
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