Sunday, November 02, 2014

This Was Our Day

This was our day.  A day that brought over 70,000 fans to their feet and had them walking out afterwards still cheering.

This was our day. From the Chargers opening drive of 58 yards, which was the only time they crossed midfield and failed on a mistakenly called for 4Th and one attempt from our 22 yard line, to the absolute end.

This was our day. From our first drive when Mike Wallace let a ball go off his hands and it popped up and back into his hands again for a first down.

Yes, this was our day.

Nothing was going to get in the way of a very emotional post game locker room in which team owner Donald Ross presented Head Coach Joe Philbin, whose father passed away on Friday, with the game ball.

No team in the entire league could have matched the desire and drive of our Miami Dolphins today. No, this was our day.

Ryan Tannehill started his 40th game at QB and his precision passing lead the way for both Philbin and himself to be considered losers no longer as both their records are now 20-20.

Yes, today was our day. A day to relish and remember as a possible turning point in both their careers.

Today was our day!

Thank God, we needed it.

Phins Up!!!

Carl Leone
Dolfan since 12/25/1971

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Thank the men who played the game. No need to conjure up fictional beings for praise. The men who Played this game deserve all the praise.


Ok Jason G. While you're praying to the defensive unit, ask them for a safe flight home for me. Thanks.


Its Steven Ross


Haha Chris! Very good.


Very happy about this win. I have to be honest, I didn't think they would win this game; not with Rivers playing the way he has been. Now, on to another subject that's really pissing me off!!! Why was this the third straight time the Broncos had to travel to New England to play the Patsies!!! That is not fair!!! Why do they not alternate??? It's such blatant favoritism for the Patsies!


I agree with you Hector. 9 out of 15 games between Manning and Brady played in NE.

League favors Pats all the time