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        Brian Flores has preached about team football for two seasons, laboring to build a Miami Dolphins team where all three phases — offense, defense, and special teams — compliment one another and it appears he’s finally in possession of that team. The Dolphins delivered their fifth win of the season, and put together a four-game winning streak for the first time in four years playing team football in Sunday’s 34-31 road win over the Arizona Cardinals.
        Dolphins rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa matches the magic of Cardinals' Kyler Murray in winning shootout in Arizona.
        Tua Tagovailoa threw two touchdown passes and set up kicker Jason Sanders' 50-yard field goal with 3:30 minutes left, while Cardinals kicker Zane Gonzalez missed a 49-yard field goal with 1:53 left to give the Dolphins a 34-31 win over Arizona at State Farm Stadium.
        The Miami Dolphins won their win fourth straight game as Jason Sanders' field goal decides it — and it looks like they found a quarterback in rookie Tua Tagovailoa.
        Quick thoughts from South Florida Sun Sentinel staffers on the Miami Dolphins' game against the Arizona Cardinals.
        It isn’t always pretty, and there are plenty of issues to fix. But somehow coach Brian Flores' Dolphins find a way, which hasn’t been the Dolphins way for nearly two decades.
        Inter Miami — with help from other matches on Sunday — clinched a playoff spot in their inaugural MLS season with a win versus FC Cincinnati.
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