Amid a metldown week for South Florida's sports (unthinkable Dolphins home shuthout, Canes home loss, Heat lose two in a row including at home to Indiana) I wish to remind you not all is lost.
The Dolphins play the Raiders this weekened in Oakland. They leave for this trip Friday. I predict they will return with a victory -- that, by the way, doesn't mean anything because I stink at predicting, if you remember 2007. Nonetheless, I would think the Dolphins should beat the Raiders. If they don't, this season is truly lost, folks.
If they do win, the season lives!
Anyway, the Dolphins return to work today for that Sunday game. I'll update the blog this afternoon after the coordinators speak at around 12:45 and then again afterward if warranted.
In the meantime, you should know what some Dolphins players spent their off day doing Tuesday. They handed out Thanksgiving Day meals to families so that tomorrow would be a celebration of giving thanks that it will be for many of us.
Enjoy the pictures: Punter Brandon Fields helps Miramar resident Sharon Robinson with her family meal while below club CEO Mike Dee does a good deed.