The Dolphins make me cry, week one

If Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills catches the ball, the Dolphins win the game.

There were several other possessions in the game however Stills got free behind Seattle’s secondary only to drop what would have been a sure touchdown.


Instead Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson led a fourth quarter comeback throwing a 2-yard touchdown pass to Doug Baldwin with 31 seconds left giving Seattle a 12-10 win over the Dolphins.

The Dolphins let them off the hook. Rest in peace Dennis Green.

Ndamukong Suh sacked Wilson for a 13-yard loss. As he was going down, Suh clipped the back of Wilson’s foot causing the foot and ankle to turn awkwardly. Wilson limped through the possession before getting examined on the sideline and having his foot and ankle taped. He finished 27 of 43 for 258 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Wilson’s wife Ciara will add remedy to the ankle also.

Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill was 16 of 29 for 186 yards, but Miami twice drove inside the Seattle 20 and failed to come away with points.

Speaking of opportunity, the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and Dolphins all lost in the AFC East. The New England Patriots won their season opener on the road against the Arizona Cardinals without Tom Brady (suspended four games) and Rob Gronkowski (injured).

It’s one game one…right?



Author: West Lamy

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