Today’s 30-9 win over the Jets was a fun one for a lot of reasons. Not only did the Fins even the season series against their division rivals, but they were able to enact a little bit of revenge after a talkative week between the teams.
After the game, Dolphins players took to Twitter to celebrate the win…
We’ll start with quarterback Matt Moore, who entered the game after Ryan Tannehill was knocked out early in the first quarter. When Moore came in, the Dolphins had a 3-0 lead and he finished the day 11-of-19 for 131 yards, a touchdown, no interceptions and a 96.6 QB rating:
Big win today. Great group of guys here.Gotta keep rollin!
— Matt Moore (@mattmoore_8) October 28, 2012
Next we check in with LG Richie Incognito and RB Reggie Bush, both of whom are leaders of this offense. After the game, despite the distractions, Richie and Reggie were all about praising the team effort:
Great TEAM win today.When we have Offense / Defense / Special Teams dominate we are tough to beat.
— Richie incognito (@68INCOGNITO) October 28, 2012
Great team win! Dominated in all phases today! Enough said!
— Reggie Bush (@reggie_bush) October 28, 2012
DE Cam Wake, who had a sack today and stayed above the fray all week when the talking was taking place, had this to say about the way he likes to take care of business:
Talk is cheap…walking is expensive
— Cameron Wake (@Kold91) October 28, 2012
Assistant WR coach Phil McGeoghan reminds the team that the 4-3 record means that there are still nine regular season games to be played:
Great team road win today. This is sweet in so many ways. Back to work tomorrow! #PhinsUp
— Phil McGeoghan (@PhilMcGeoghan) October 28, 2012
Finally, WR Brian Hartline had some fun with the impeding meteorological event in the Northeast:
Yall thought the storm would hit NY around Monday morning. Buuuut I’m pretty sure it hit Met Life stadium right about @ 1 oclock Sunday…
— Brian Hartline (@brianhartline) October 28, 2012
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