Miami and New Coach Sparano Look To Continue Winning Ways

Jason CoxContributor INovember 7, 2008

The Dolphins, the former laughing stock of the NFL, are looking for there third win in a row. Miami plays host to the flailing Seattle Seahawks.

Though this has let down implications for the Dolphins, head coach Tony Sparano is doing a great job not letting this team forget who they were, who they are, and what they are trying to accomplish. Look for the Fish to be just as focused as they were in Denver.

With the offense finding signs of life and Joey Porter guideing an over-achieving defense, this team may surprise, come January.

The wild cat may have been tamed lately but the "phins" are doing enough out of their base offense to win games.
With Gin's 175 yard performance two weeks ago and Greg Camarillo going over the century mark in Denver it may come to Sparano finding a new weapon to unveil each week.

Only time will tell if he (Sparano) has enough ammunition to wage war in the playoff race.

Jrock1223's prediction: Miami wins 20-17

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