Dolphins Flash Signs Of Greatness

This Sunday’s 30-23 victory over the division rival Buffalo Bills was another example of how this team can come together. Once again, led by the immaculate running style of Reggie Bush and 3 interceptions by the defense.
Interim Head Coach Todd Bowles appeared calm and collective on the sidelines as “his” team performed magic in the snow at Ralph Wilson Stadium. His cool demeanor was a nice surprise from a coach that the current dolphins players say is a wired emotional guy off the camera. He will be interviewed with the vacant head coaching job here during the off-season, and this victory is a great addition to his résumé.
Though the Bills got out to an early 7-0 lead after a C.J. Spiller touchdown, the Dolphins followed with 23 unanswered points including Dan Carpenter’s 3 field goals.
Reggie Bush was the obvious player of the game. His 203-yard rushing was his greatest performance as a Dolphin and as a professional. Watching him run and make the cuts he was able to make was reminiscent of his days at USC.
Vontae Davis was the defensive MVP with 2 interceptions and great containment of Stevie Johnson, holding him to no touchdowns. Matt Moore had another great performance as a game manager. He went 10 for 20 with 2 touchdowns and zero interceptions. This is as good as you can ask out of Matt Moore, and exactly what we need with our running game. Gaining over 250 rushing yards and our defense holding Buffalo’s offense to zero third down conversions were our keys to victory. This is the second time this year our defense has done that to the Bills offense that started out the year 4-0 thanks to their stellar 3rd down conversion rate as well as their defense being able to lead the league in interceptions during that time.