Miami Dolphins vs. New Orleans Saints: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
In what was hailed as a battle between two possible contending teams, the New Orleans Saints laid waste to the Miami Dolphins in rather emphatic fashion. With a 38-17 victory, the Saints made a statement on national television—while running their record to a perfect 4-0.
This is the type of game that Saints fans were clamoring for. Both units (offense and defense) were operating extremely effectively, while executing at a high-level.
As a team the Saints dictated where the action went, similar to a great prize fighter.
It's hard to really pinpoint a negative in a win like this, but I feel the Saints can be even better!
Looking forward, wins over the Chicago Bears and New England Patriots (the next two opponents) would almost solidify this team as a Super Bowl contender.
Sure is a complete turnaround from last season's debacle!
Finally it's over. Not a good showing by the Dolphins, but it may lend credence to just how great the Saints are.
Final Score: Dolphins 17, Saints 38
Another interception caused by that ferocious rush of the Saints. Junior Galette providing honors. Will Herring with the turnover.
Strange and rare fumble by Darren Sproles as he was looking to score on a big gainer. I guess you can't expect perfection all the time....
The Saints have perfect execution in the pass game. I can see why they won't commit to run. But with that said, a team like Seattle could have success against the pass. Then what would the Saints do? Things that make you go hmmmm
Well nevermind. Wallace and Tannehill can't connect as Tannehill throws another interception off of a deflected pass by Rafael Bush.
The Dolphins are a good team with some good pieces. They need to finish strong and work on execution.
The Saints drive stalls out but ends with points off a Hartley field goal.
Dolphins 17, Saints 38
8:00 remaining in the fourth quarter
Even FB Jed Collins gets a screen pass! I probably can't even find a pic of him to post! This is great stuff.
Khiry Robinson has excellent patience and vision. The comparison to Chris Ivory is very real.
Time to grind this one away. It's time t take the offense to the nightclub. Grind time!
13:48 remaining in the third quarter
The Dolphins answer back with a nice drive of their own. Capped off by a TD catch by H-back Charles Clay.
Dolphins 17, Saints 35
The Dolphins need to go to their uptempo package now. This will put major pressure on their offensive line. So far the Saints are winning the battle in the trenches.
2:15 remaining in the third quarter
Field Goal missed by Hartley.
Dolphins 10, Saints 35
I'd like to see the Saints get one more score and then run for an entire quarter. They need to fix their run dilemma quickly.
Khiry Robinson back in the game. Might be clean up time...
5:55 remaining in the third quarter
The Saints D forces another punt. This is a statement being made on national TV
Saints linebackers Martez Wilson and Junior Galette with sacks within plays of each other! Followed by the cleanup sack by Cam Jordan!
All the best rushers getting sacks!
8:12 remaining in the third quarter
Dolphins 10, Saints 35
The Saints continue to fly to the ball on defense. It's a beautiful thing to watch.
The Dolphins don't necessarily have to panic. But they can if they want to!
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