The last time the Miami Dolphins and New York Giants met on the football field, the Dolphins were winless, faced with quarterback problems and devoid of hope. The Giants were well on their way to a playoff run that culminated in a victory at Super Bowl XLII.
That was the situation going into their 2007 London matchup. My how the times have changed.
Today, the Dolphins are winless, faced with quarterback problems and devoid of hope.
Meanwhile, the Giants look to be well on their way to a playoff run that Giants fans hope culminates in a victory at Super Bowl XLVI.
So not much has changed really, except this time around the game will be played in the Meadowlands and not in foggy London town.
Will the Giants pick on the Dolphins secondary like every other decent team in the NFL?
Will I even want to continue watching this game after halftime?
Those questions, plus more, will be answered today from MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands. Keep in mind, Miami's head coach Tony Sparano is 3-1 all-time in his home state of New Jersey.
Too bad for the Dolphins that all of those games came against the Jets.
Let's see how they do against New York's superior football team.
Updated Score: New York Giants 20 Miami 17, Final.