It seems as if almost every week in this 2010 season is a must win game for the Miami Dolphins. Even week 1.
If the Dolphins lost to the Bills fans would be jumping off the bangwagon left and right, but now we are at week 9 and the Dolphins have kept afloat in what is for the most part a dominant AFC conference.
The Dolphins are 4-3 and heading into their fifth road game of the year and look to go 5-0 on the road, as Miami is only the fifth team in NFL history to go 4-0 on the road and 0-3 at home in its first seven games.
In week 8 the Dolphins managed to take a 22-14 decision at Cincinnati in which the team converted five field goals for the second week in a row.
During the week the Miami front office did not go after Randy Moss who was on the waiver wire.
A victory would go a long way in the minds of the fans who for the most part felt that Randy Moss could have helped the Dolphins reach the Super Bowl for the first time since 1984.
The Dolphins are the only team in the league that is 4-0 on the road and the next few keys-to-the-game are the ways that the Phins will surge on to 5-0.