A year after winning just one game, the Miami Dolphins’ playoff hopes are still alive after Sunday’s win over the Rams.
Armando Salgeuro of the Miami Herald explains:
The truth about today’s Miami Dolphins is they have come light years from that forgettable bunch of a season ago that now haunts only in our nightmares like a black and white NFL Films screening.
We are rid of Cam Cameron’s motley bunch, and no matter how ugly Sunday’s 16-12 victory over the St. Louis Rams seemed, no matter how empty those close victories over Oakland and Seattle felt, there was no arguing with the logic defensive lineman Vonnie Holliday used when he put this team in perspective.
Said Holliday, “All this talk of ugly wins I hear is ridiculous. That team across the hall is talking about an ugly loss, and I’d rather be talking about an ugly win than an ugly loss, no doubt about it. So don’t talk to me about how ugly our win was.
“We are excited about this win and we will celebrate this win regardless of whether it was ugly or not.” More