The Dolphins Didn't Get Moss, So Now Our Focus Shifts To Baltimore

Time To Shift Focus

While I believe the Miami Dolphins should have claimed Moss off of waivers, I still think that the Dolphins are an extremely talented team without him. If anything, I was just being greedy in my desire for Miami to pick up Moss. It is very possible that he wouldn't have done anything special, but now we will never know.

But now the Titans have him, and there is nothing more the Dolphins can do about it. So, it is time for us to move on to the Dolphins match-up against the Ravens this week. This is another one of those games that will have huge implications if Miami is able to win. Baltimore is considered one of the top teams in the NFL, and if the Dolphins were able to take them down it would be huge.

A win against the Ravens would put Miami at 5-3, and hopefully one step closer to moving to the top of the division. The Jets and Patriots don't exactly have the toughest games this week playing the Lions and the Browns, respectively, but you never know. Anything can happen on any given Sunday, and after their disappointing loss last week to Green Bay, who's to say that the Jets will do any better this week?

The Ravens have a great defense, but this game is still the perfect opportunity for Miami to move up as a top NFL team. Baltimore is a really good team, but they aren't as good as some people think. They just barely edged out the Bills last week in overtime, and their offense is very middle-of-the-road. The Ravens offense is 15th in the league in points with an average of 21.3 a game, and they are 14th in total yards with 340.3 a game.

Those numbers are not exactly anything to be proud of, so if Miami's offense is actually able to score touchdowns instead of field goals then they should win.

Stay tuned for keys to the Dolphins winning the game, and please leave a comment with any response or reaction you have to anything written here.

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