chargers beat dolphins

Chargers Beat Dolphins


The Los Angeles Chargers beat the Miami Dolphins on Sunday Night Football. Justin Herbert was sharp as he led his team to the 23 to 17 victory.


Chargers Beat Dolphins in Primetime


Miami went out west on a 5 game-winning streak. But, they headed back east in a two-game losing streak. There is no way to sugarcoat this game for Miami. The Chargers simply beat the Dolphins even with Los Angeles missing some key players on defense. The Fins need to find a way to right their ship in a hurry.

It does not get any easier over the next few weeks. Miami has to now travel to face the Buffalo Bill in what will most likely be a cold weather game. No excuses, the Dolphins need to find ways to win over the final four games of the regular season.

Herbert looked like a superstar quarterback last night as he led the Chargers offense. He often faced pressure but was able to beat it as piled up big yardage numbers against the Dolphins.

There is no reason to panic yet, but it is getting time to worry.

Christian Wilkins and Jaelan Phillips had their motors in full throttle during the game. But, for the most part, it seemed like the Dolphins could not ever find a groove.


Tua Tagovailoa & More


Yes, the Dolphins were beaten by the Chargers. Yet, many are going to point to the fact that Herbert beat Tua Tagovailoa. It was not one of Tua’s better games. Yet, there is plenty of blame to go around. There were some questionable coaching decisions on offense and defense that need to be fixed moving forward.

I’m not going to break this game too much because you all saw it with your own eyes on national television last night. It was nice to see Jason Sanders hit a field goal of 50 + yards. It seems like he has overcome his early-season woes.

I will be giving out helmet stickers in a blog later today or tomorrow. Sanders will be getting one. It has to be mentioned that Tyreek Hill is now the single-season receiving yardage for the Miami Dolphins. He surpassed Mark Clayton’s 1984 season in terms of yards.

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