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It was one of those momentum where the light bulb above your head turns on. Reggie Bush now leads the Dolphins in touchdowns scored. Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin, the former University of Miami standout who earned the nickname “The Playmaker,” was simply going over a typical highlight in his role as an NFL Network analyst and he blurted out a quote I’d never heard before. One that will probably change my entire view on football. “The game (of football) isn’t about how many plays you make. It’s about when you make those plays,” said Irvin, who I’ll talk to today at 1:30 p.m. during my usual Monday morning segment with WQAM (560AM). Maybe you’ve heard that before, but it was the first time I’ve heard someone take the cliche of “big time players make big time plays” to the next level. Timing is everything. Brandon Marshall makes tons of tough catches every week. He racked up yards like my wife collects expensive handbags (it’s an addiction). But does he deliver in those clutc

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MIAMI - Reggie Bush scored two touchdowns and the Miami Dolphins twice intercepted Rex Grossman to earn their first...

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Must See Video: Irvin With Hester The Great

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