Miami Dolphins: Updated Game-by-Game Outlook for 2012

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Miami Dolphins: Updated Game-by-Game Outlook for 2012
Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

In an ideal reality, the Miami Dolphins wouldn't have surrendered fourth quarter leads to the New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals, and they'd enter Week 6 with a 4-1 record.

Despite those heartbreaking collapses, the Dolphins have kept themselves in position to make a playoff run—however slim their chances may be.

The Dolphins' next five opponents have a combined record of 10-14. Only one of those teams—the St. Louis Rams—has a record above .500, but as you'll see in Slide 1, they aren't a particularly intimidating matchup for the 'Phins.

Don't get your hopes up, though.

Miami is still largely untested and it cannot withstand injuries to more than a handful of players. Reggie Bush has slowed down from his ridiculous start and Ryan Tannehill is only generating a modest 237 passing yards per game. 

But, considering how dominant the Dolphins' defense has been and how rapidly Tannehill has progressed, anything is possible. 

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