MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — A victory by the Pittsburgh Steelers earlier in the day may have ended the Miami Dolphins playoff hopes this season, but a chance at a winning record remains in play after an exciting 37-35 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday at Sun Life Stadium.Trailing 17-7 at halftime, and looking every bit much like the underachieving team we expected to see at this point, the Dolphins pulled out a rare fourth quarter comeback to secure a victory.After Ryan Tannehill led an impressive 80-yard drive to tie the game with just 1:11 remaining, rookie defensive lineman Terrence Fede blocked a punt on the ensuing Minnesota drive to give Miami a safety and a wild finish.”I think last week, when I was here, I talked about the thing our team had to focus on was playing for sixty minutes and I thought our guys in all phases contributed to the victory today,” said Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin. “It wasn’t easy, it wasn’t necessarily textbook, but I thought our guys hung in there and made enough plays to win the game.”Yes, the victory means nothing in terms of their playoff prospects, but watching the Dolphins mob Fede after… Read full this story
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