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The Miami Dolphins are who we thought they were.

The Dolphins held a 14-3 lead with just minutes remaining in the first half, but Eli Manning and the New York Giants have come roaring back to take a 20-17 lead.

Manning hit Cruz on 25-yard strike to put the Giants in front for the first time Week 8.

Who would have thought that the Dolphins would have had a 14-point lead at any point during the game? Probably not many people outside of Reggie Bush at least.

Cruz should have been tackled on the play inside the 5-yard line, but Dolphins cornerback Will Allen decided to miss an extremely easy tackle. To make matters worse, Allen is a former New York Giant, and now we know why he's no longer on the team.

At this point it's almost comical that the Dolphins can blow games with such ease. They allowed Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos to come back from 15 down in the final couple minutes, and they allowed the Giants to come back with ease as well.

They are going to need some late-game heroics from quarterback Matt Moore, but instead of throwing the ball, he has opted to hold it and take sacks. There's almost no chance that Moore and the Dolphins are going to comeback in this game, as their offense is simply horrendous.

The one positive the Dolphins can take away is that this game was much closer than many expect it would be, but in the end they still blew another lead.

Good try Miami, maybe you can hold a lead next time.

 

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