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October 09, 2008
by Robbie Gillies
Last season the Dolphins were very close to going winless. They would have been the first NFL team to go 0-16, but were saved from this dubious distinction when they beat the Ravens in overtime in Week 15, only after Baltimore's Matt Stover missed a 44-yard FG in regulation. Of course, the '72 Dolphins are the only team to go undefeated over the course of a full season. Well, now the Dolphins are streaking again!
At 2-2, they're far from going undefeated or winless, but they have another streak in tact heading into Week 6: for the sixth straight week, the Dolphins haven't had anyone listed on their injury report. I'm thinking this has something to do with either new VP Bill Parcells or new head coach Tony Sparano. Maybe they don't want their players to have any excuses or they're trying to prove some kind of a point, but there is no way that this far into the season, they haven't even had a single player that could be listed as probable.