Miami Dolphins' Five Keys to Victory Versus Titans
This implies we think TannyBoy had a bad game against the Colts but we don't. Tannehill played great, mistake-free football yet again in that game despite the lack of imaginative and effective play-calling down the stretch. Simply, we just want him to get back to his winning badass ways and not worry about any ridiculous Montana-Marino Battle Royale silly shit. At home against a sucky team is the perfect situation to get his confidence rockin' again.
4. Don't Let Chris Johnson Go H.A.M. On Us
Chris Johnson has largely been a disappointment again this season but this guy is the proverbial 'home run hitter' in football. He's got legitimate 4.3 speed and can make even the slightest sliver in the defense a gaping gash through which to peel off an 80-yard-run. Don't be that team that lets him do that shit. Johnson's had 195, 99, and 141 yards in his last three games so The Jittery One is starting to 'feel it' as my hip hop producer friends tell me.
At last the Dolphins will finish out the season with a good chunk of home games where they are 2-1 so far this season. They'll play five out of the final eight games at home as we begin the second half of the 2012 campaign. With only two away games left against competitive teams (sorry, crappy Bills), the Fins have a chance to make a run at a 10-6 record if they run the table at home and beat the Bills at home. Establishing some home dominance in this game would go a long way towards that effort.
Prediction: Dolphins 30 - Titans 17
The Miami Dolphins take on the Tennessee Titans at Sun Life Stadium this Sunday at 1 p.m.
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