Let’s face it: the Bills aren’t what they used to be. I’m a mopey Dolphins fan who usually expects losses, especially in cold weather Buffalo. But this time, I’m calling it: the Dolphins are going to win. The main goal is to stop C.J. Spiller. Stop the Spiller, Save the World. Without Terrell Owens, the Bills only have Lee Evans as a pass-catching threat. The Dolphins should run all over the Bills and to victory. Chad Henne has to avoid forcing the ball to Brandon Marshall, otherwise victory is in sight. And most of all: AVOID TURNOVERS!
-Young defenders: Can Koa Misi and Jared Odrick apply the necessary pressure?
-Young stud: Can Miami stop C.J. Spiller?
-Young secondary: Can Miami avoid giving up big plays?
-The Curse: Can #19 avoid dropped catches?
Check back Sunday night for a re-cap of what should be a good start to a good season in Miami.
About the Author
Written by Brian Saa
Lifelong Dolphins fan from New Jersey who runs DolphinsLA.com, a website for Dolphins fans in Los Angeles. LA fans should come out to The Casting Office Bar & Grill in Universal City on Sundays for the games, as it is now the Dolphins bar in LA! Ready for the Dolphins to declare Marshall Law on the competition in 2010 Follow me on Twitter: @briansaa or @DolphinsLA for Dolphins bar updates