Jarvis Landry: “Tell them to stop doubting us.”
In a passionate post-game interview with FOX Sports Peter Schrager, Jarvis Landry had a message for the Dolphin doubters.
The Miami Dolphins entered Sunday’s game with a 3-2 record, but that hasn’t slowed down their critics any. In fact, of those teams with a winning record, Miami was considered the least likely to make the playoffs. This, even though they were just a half game back from first place in the division.
There may be plenty to criticize about Miami at times, but what can’t be denied is this team continues to find ways to win. And all this despite what the team has been through over the past few months. On Sunday afternoon, the Dolphins did it again.
Despite falling behind the division-rival Jets by 14, and having to insert backup QB Matt Moore after an injury to Jay Cutler, the Dolphins found the will to win. After Miami completed the comeback, Jarvis Landry gave a passionate message to the Dolphin doubters and how it’s a brotherhood in Miami.
Landry, who finished Sunday’s game with seven receptions for 93 yards, and a touchdown, began and ended a post-game interview with FOX Sports Peter Schrager with a message to everyone:
"“Stop doubting us.”"
The Dolphins completed their second 4th quarter comeback in as many weeks, and Landry made it clear that it’s because they believe in each other. Even if they’re the only ones who do.
“We’ve been through everything together”, Landry would go on to say.
Schrager would then ask Landry “…What is going in that Dolphins locker room that keeps you guys fighting every single week?”
"“Us, man, it’s about us. It’s a brotherhood…”"
The future of Landry remaining in Miami may be in question, but there’s no denying how much he loves to be a Miami Dolphin. His passion and love for this team, the fans, and the city are well recognized. For now, all he can continue to do is help lead the Dolphins to victory week after week. Not usually known for scoring a ton of touchdowns, Landry has now scored in three consecutive games, all victories.
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With the injury to Cutler, and impressive performance by Moore, a quarterback controversy is sure to be in the works. The job appears to be Moore’s for at least a couple weeks with Cutler potentially missing time with a cracked rib. After that, the starting job may be up for grabs.
The quarterback talk will be the hottest topic for the next coming weeks, but by Landry’s emotion, it’s evident he and the Dolphins don’t believe it matters who’s under center. That together they will continue to find ways to win.