Dolphins vs. Steelers: 7 Takeaways from Miami's Wild 34-28 Win over Pittsburgh

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Dolphins vs. Steelers: 7 Takeaways from Miami's Wild 34-28 Win over Pittsburgh
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The Miami Dolphins might be hazardous to those with heart conditions. 

That's the biggest takeaway from this game, a game that see-sawed back and forth throughout the second half, turning into a 1980s Dolphins vs. Jets shootout once the snow cleared up. 

Had it not been for Antonio Brown stepping out of bounds 12 yards away from a victory (and the inevitable missed call on Ben Roethlisberger's illegal forward lateral), this article intro would look a lot different. 

However, Brown did step out of bounds, and the Dolphins left Pittsburgh with their first win in the Steel City since 1990, back when Don Shula and Chuck Noll still played chess compared to Joe Philbin and Mike Tomlin's checkers. 

What did we gather from this roller coaster of a ride that was Miami vs. Pittsburgh? Plenty, here's a look at said takeaways. 

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