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If we win on Sunday we will be tied with our longest winning streak in the regular season.

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We have had a few six game winning streaks in our history but the record is 7 games in the regular season in 1996.  If we win on Sunday at Miami we will tie that streak and hopefully keep it going the following week with Tampa coming to town.  8 wins in a row would surely be a franchise record.

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We've also never beaten the Dolphins. Hopefully a lot of franchise firsts the next couple of weeks

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A 15 game winning streak would mean black and blue confetti, almost half way there and the last two weeks are playoff calibur competition!

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Nice, and those preseason DVOA ratings on PFF are turning out to be scary correct. . . WOW

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this is our longest winning streak since 2005. truly incredible.

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