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Browns 13, Dolphins 10
By on December 5, 2010 at 4:28 pm

It didn’t have to be pretty, it didn’t have to be easy, but it did have to happen: the Dolphins needed to beat the Browns today at Sun Life Stadium. They did not. The Browns came to South Florida and left with a three-point win after a wild final two minutes ended with Browns’ kicker Phil Dawson kicking a game-winning 24-yard field goal.

With just 1:49 left in the final quarter, Dolphins CB Nolan Carroll saw a Jake Delhomme pass come right at him. Carroll got his hands on the ball, but was unable to squeeze it, and what could have been a game-winning interception return instead turned into a Cleveland punt. Just moments later, former Dolphin David Bowens tipped a Chad Henne pass at the line of scrimmage, and safety Mike Adams plucked it out of the air and returned it to the two-yard line to set up the game-winning score.

Henne finished the day with three interceptions, 174 yards, and a touchdown. On the other side, turnover-prone Delhomme finished 24-of-34 for 217 yards, a touchdown, and no interceptions.

The highlight of the day for the Fins was probably Dan Carpenter’s team-record 60-yard field goal right before halftime that tied the game at 3.

Next up for the 6-6 Dolphins, their first trip to the New Meadowlands Stadium and a date with the rival Jets next Sunday at 4:15. Tune into The Finsiders tomorrow from 4-7 to see us speak with Sparano, Henne, Jake Long, and others.


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Adam says:

Game. Set. Match. Season over. Beat the Jets, then I don’t care what happens after that. If they beat the bottom feeding Lions and Bills it counts for nothing, all that will happen is the Dolphins get a worse draft pick.

We need to draft a 1st round QB…something that has not happened since they drafted Marino.Trade up, trade for an already talented QB or sign one in FA, do anything to get some talent so we can end this pathetic string of no playoff wins in 10 years.