By Carma Henry

By Byler Henry

It was a tale of two halves on Sunday when the Dolphins took on the Bengals. It started out looking like the Dolphins were going to leave Cincinnati with a win, being up 14 to nothing at halftime; however, it was a different story in the second half. All hell broke loose when the Bengals flipped a switch and outscored the Dolphins 27 to 3.

Miami Dolphins receiver Jakeem Grant returning the kickoff. (Internet Photo)

Coming in to this game, this was a must win for the Dolphins, especially with the Patriots winning their Thursday game. Currently at 3-2 both the Dolphins and Patriots are tied for first place in the AFC East. Now that they are tied, their next three games are must win games. The Dolphins have two home games against the Bears and Lions, and they go back on the road against the Texans for a Thursday night game. The Patriots next three games are at home Sunday Night Primetime game against the Chiefs at home, and two road games against the Bears and Bills. The