If you have no idea the significance of November 27, 1994 and you get the NFL Network, you are in for a treat.
Tonight at 8 p.m. you will have the opportunity to relive that amazing day nearly 14 years ago when the Dolphins not only came from behind to beat the New York Jets, but did it by executing the classic "Clock" play.
Thank you, Dan Marino.
Thank you, Bernie Kosar.
The game played at the Meadowlands proved to be the turning point in both teams’ seasons. The Dolphins won the AFC East while the Jets lost their remaining four games to finish 6-10.
By the way, why am I thanking Bernie Kosar? Well, you know Marino faked the spike and threw the TD. But did you know Kosar suggested the play from the sideline? It was his idea!
What a good time ...
Tell me what other great games/moments from Dolphins history stick in your minds. Do not give me Super Bowl victories. Those don't count for our purposes here. Besides most of us weren't adults when they happened anyway.
[Late breaking idea: If at least 10 of you promise to get on here with me at 8 p.m., I will live blog the game that was played in '94. You guys can share your comments and memories. I covered that game and that team, so I think I can draw on some of that as a resource. We'll have fun ... But only if there's enough interest.]