5 important Miami Dolphins games in 2015
By Brian Miller
Aug 29, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys cheerleader performs during a timeout from the game against the Minnesota Vikings at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
November 22nd, Dallas Cowboys – Sun-Life Stadium
The Miami Dolphins will face the Dallas Cowboys for only the 14th time in team history. The have also last four of the last five they have played against the team. Dallas should come to South Florida with a winning record and likely the lead in the NFC East.
The Dolphins will return home this weekend for the first time in three weeks after facing the Patriots, Bills, and Eagles on the road. By now fans will know what kind of team the Dolphins have fielded for 2015. Dallas represents the first game at home of a final stretch to the season that will see the Dolphins play five of their remaining game at home.
The Dolphins have struggled in Sun-Life Stadium over the years and this year it will be imperative to get off to a fast start when the home stretch begins.
The Cowboys are expected to be a playoff team again this year and many believe that they will go deep into the playoffs. Dez Bryant will give the Dolphins cornerbacks a fit as he uses his size and speed to open the field. The Cowboys however have issues at running back and have moved on from DeMarco Murray who the Dolphins faced the week before this game.
The biggest challenge will be the Dolphins formidable defensive front against what many believe will be the number one offensive line in the NFL. Dallas has a very good if not almost elite offensive line and this game will most certainly come down to trench play.