Baltimore Ravens Easily Dispatched Dolphins, but Miami Can Bounce Back

November 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the wake of Miami’s humbling defeat by the Ravens in Baltimore, there is a great sense of frustration and anger.
The frustration was perfectly illustrated by wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who said in his post-match interview, “We can’t beat the good teams.”
Indeed, Miami has continued to struggle against teams with a winning record, as its only win against such a team came courtesy of an overtime field goal in Green Bay, where Miami knocked off the injury-riddled Packers.
The anger is a result of the claim made by linebacker Channing Crowder, who accused Ravens’ fullback, Le’Ron McLain, of spitting in his face.
However, as the 26-10 score suggests, Miami had little to complain about in its defeat; unlike the match against the Steelers two weeks ago, the Dolphins were not undone by a poor official’s call—they were soundly beaten.
Ray Rice did the majority of the damage, with 97 receiving yards and 82 rushing y...

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