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Miami vs Detroit Preview

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The Miami Dolphins, as we mentioned before, close up the home slate of their 2010 schedule this Sunday against the Detroit Lions. This game might not seem to have much significance on the outside – two teams going up against each other that have had disappointing seasons and no playoff aspirations – but it’s actually quite the contrary. When you think about it, the Dolphins might not be playing for a spot in the postseason, but many on the team are fighting for their jobs, including Head Coach Tony Sparano, Offensive Coordinator Dan Henning and QB Chad Henne. All three are hoping to show everyone in these last two contests that they truly do deserve to still be in South Florida next season, although owner Stephen Ross hasn’t made it clear so far what his opinions are on those matters.

The Dolphins probably have their best shot to “make it right” against the Lions, however, as Detroit is one of the worst road teams in the league, having won only one contest away from home since Oct. 28, 2007. The bad news for Dolphins fans is that one game happened to be last week against Tampa Bay – and just a week before that, they took down the Green Bay Packers at home. The 4-10 Lions might be surging at the right time of the year, but the Dolphins need to put them away early if they want to claim just their second win at home all season. Detroit has been involved in plenty of close contests this season, losing six times by five points or less in their first 12 games this year, meaning Miami doesn’t have much room for error if they want to bring home the victory.