You were warned that at some points this Miami Dolphins team was going to explode on someone.
Tony Sparano’s squad had become the laughing stock of the NFL in 2011, and eventually they were going to shut someone up, and some opponent down.
This decent collection of talent - which admittedly had formed a bad winless team - possessed too much talent to not catch on opponent on an off day.
That day turned out to be this Sunday, and the opponent was the Kansas City Chiefs, which was coming off an emotional overtime victory over the San Diego Chargers.
I’m proud to say I predicted this win, and actually became convicted about it the more I studied the matchups (trying to talk myself out of picking the Dolphins).
Why did this game turn into a landslide victory that temporarily detrailed the “Suck for Luck’ express?
1. Kansas City had one less day to prepare for the Dolphins, and that’s important, especially when Sparano has intimate knowledge of Todd Haley, his partner while the two calle...