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.
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.
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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- The Patriots boys fought back from an eight-shot deficit after nine holes on the first day and battled back to tie and force a playoff with Ponte Vedra before falling on the first hole.
- Inter Miami — with help from other matches on Sunday — clinched a playoff spot in their inaugural MLS season with a win versus FC Cincinnati.
- Live thoroughbred races scheduled for Sunday at Gulfstream Park West in Miami Gardens were canceled as Tropical Storm Eta brought heavy rain and gusty winds to South Florida.
- Inter Miami will look to clinch a spot in the playoffs in their final regular-season match versus FC Cincinnati on Decision Day (Nov. 8) at Inter Miami CF Stadium.
- For the second match in a row, Inter Miami blew a second-half lead in a game they needed to leave with points to strengthen their push for a spot in the playoffs.
- With only one PGA victory in the past decade of his career, Northern Ireland’s Darren Clarke adds some more hardware to his trophy case with win at TimberTech Championship.
- Even after a one-stroke penalty, Darren Clarke managed to soar to the top of the PGA Tour Champions' TimberTech Championship leaderboard on Saturday, tying Robert Karlsson for the lead in the second round.
- What sports fans can watch on TV and listen to on the radio in South Florida on Nov. 9 and a few days after. Check out the New York Jets hosting the New England Patriots.