Dolphins get much-needed win over Ravens

December 13, 2015

The Miami Dolphins beat the Baltimore Ravens 15-13 on Sunday, Dec. 6. The Dolphins have improved to 5-7, and they are in fourth in AFC East. Baltimore has fallen to 4-8, and they are in third in AFC North.

On Monday, Dec. 14, the Dolphins will play the New York Giants. New York is 5-7 and is currently in third place in NFC East.

Baltimore will play Seattle next on Sunday, Dec. 13. The Seahawks are 7-5, and are second in NFC West.

Baltimore’s Matt Schaub threw for 308 yards, completing 32 out of 46 passes. He had one touchdown on the night and two interceptions.

Javorius Allen led the Ravens in rushing that game. Allen carried the ball 17 times for 63 yards. His longest run of the game was 16 yards.

Javorius Allen also led the team in receiving. He caught 12 passes for 107. Allen’s longest reception was his one touchdown catch, which was 41 yards.

Ryan Tannehill wracked up 86 yards through the air. He completed 9 out of 19 passes and had one touchdown on the night.

Lamar Miller led Miami’s rushing attack. Miller ran the ball 20 times for 113 yards. His longest rush of the game was 22 yards.

DeVante Parker led the Dolphins in receiving. He caught three passes for 63 yards. Parker had one touchdown, and that catch was also his longest reception. It was 38 yards.

I predicted the Ravens to win, only because Matt Schaub showed he could win on the road against the Browns. The Dolphins have been a mess lately, and this win is something they really needed. Against the Giants, the Dolphins should find a win. The Ravens are going to be in for it against a hot Seattle team.

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