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Marvin Lewis defends his decision to punt in overtime

Marvin Lewis defends his decision to punt in overtime

profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 2, 2013
In overtime on Thursday night, the Bengals faced a fourth down at the Dolphins’ 39-yard line, and coach Marvin Lewis had a decision: Send out kicker Mike Nugent to try to win the game with a 57-yard field goal, or punt? Lewis opted to punt. The Bengals,…
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  • Saturday morning one-liners

    Saturday morning one-liners

    profootballtalk.com Nov 2, 2013
    Will the Dolphins’ overtime win over the 6-2 Bengals ease some of the locker-room dysfunction? Bills offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett blames 15 of the 28 sacks allowed on the quarterback. The injury to Sebastian Vollmer gives RT Marcus Cannon a c…
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  • Packers are fine being cheerleading prudes

    Packers are fine being cheerleading prudes

    profootballtalk.com Nov 2, 2013
    In a week in the Dolphins were red-faced because their cheerleader website showed more skin than normal, the Packers remain decidedly chaste. Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel took an in-depth look at the reasons the Packers remain one of six…
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  • Ratliff keeps making the rounds

    Ratliff keeps making the rounds

    profootballtalk.com Nov 2, 2013
    As the Cowboys consider giving Jay Ratliff the Judge Wapner treatment, Ratliff remains on the lookout for a new job. Adam Caplan reports that Ratliff has visited the Dolphins. The Miami look-see comes after visits with the Bears and Chiefs. In Miami and…
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  • Dolphins Fans – Check Out The New “Salute to Service” Camouflag…

    Dolphins Fans – Check Out The New “Salute to Service” Camouflage Caps By New Era

    dolphinsgab.com Nov 2, 2013
    This month, the NFL will unveil their “Salute to Service” initiative to honor our troops. For the first time during this initiative, New Era, the official cap of the NFL, has created an exclusive line of camouflage caps that will be worn on the sideline…
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