I was very worried about this game all week long. The win on a big stage, short week, etc.
First half was exactly what I feared the most.
Second half actually tells me a lot about this team. They seemed to snap out of their funk, held Miami to no points while scoring a couple TD's themselves.
I remember hearing a coach talk about championships and he said they won't all be blowouts, you need to win one or two that you shouldn't have. Today, we gutted one out. We WERE Miami the last few seasons, today, we turned a corner.
Hats off to our team who performed nowhere close to their potential, but learned how to win anyway.
The "nuclear option" has been threatened in the past by both parties and the opposing parties always decry it as changing something fundamental from our founding. In fact there are some pretty damning videos of Obama, Biden and Reid from 8 years ago.
Yesterday, amid mounting problems from the Obamacare rollout, the Dems went nuclear. From the outside, it looks like they have tried to change the headlines which were becoming brutal. Not sure this is the kind of short sighted, short term move that will do anything to help them but a couple days and could harm the country in the long term.