For Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano, he's probably thinking where has this performance been from my offense all season? The Kansas City Chiefs have had no answer for Matt Moore and the Dolphins offense, as Miami has a 28-3 advantage over the Chiefs going into the fourth quarter.
Matt Moore, in his best performance all season, has thrown for three touchdown passes to go along with 213 yards passing. in the first half, Moore connected with his tight end Anthony Fasano for two touchdowns to give Miami a 14-3 lead. In the second half, Moore found Brandon Marshall in the endzone to push the lead to 21-3.
A Reggie Bush 28-yard scamper put Miami ahead 28-3.
Todd Haley has been unable to get anything going offensively, as the Chiefs have tried to run the ball but done so unsuccessfully for just 97 yards on 30 carries. Matt Cassel has been mediocre, throwing for 164 yards and unable to put together scoring drives all day.
This will be the first win of the season if Miami hangs on, while a loss would put the Chiefs at 4-4.