Found November 05, 2012 on Phins Phocus:
    The Dolphins went into Indy with a 3 game winning streak a 4-3 record and sky high with confidence, they left 4-4. First things first, The Sky isn’t falling!  The season isn’t over!  After a very tough loss against a potential playoff contender the Dolphins fan base came back to reality. After a tough loss like the Dolphins suffered its time to sit back and put things into perspective. The Dolphins sit at 4-4, 2nd in the AFC and still alive in the playoff hunt that being said this game was very much an eye opener for many reason.  Here are a couple of things that stuck out to me after watching this past Sunday’s game. Andrew Luck is really really really good! Like when the Dolphins played Peyton Manning in the past, they had to fear the future HOFer every time they touched the ball, it seems the Dolphins are in store for the same thing against Luck. Luck proved this week that he is everything and more, while Ryan Tannehill has shown a lot of pr...
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