The Miami Dolphins lost for the 1st time on the road in 2010 this past Sunday to the Baltimore Ravens by the score of  26-10.  The Dolphins were out played in all aspects of the game, being out performed on offense, defense and special teams in a humiliating defeat to one of the top teams in the NFL.

The Dolphins offense sputtered in the ground game accumulating only 73 rushing yards as a team with Ronnie Brown only getting 9 carries for 53 yards and Ricky Williams was given only 2 carries for 1 yard. Quarterback Chad Henne had a terrible performance throwing 3 interceptions on 34 passing attempts and the Dolphins were held without a score in the second half.

The Ravens steam rolled the Miami Defense controlling the ball for over 38 minutes surrendering 402 total yards on, an amazing, 71 plays.

The Dolphins fall to 4-4 on the season and will look to get back above .500 next week when they return home to take on Randy Moss, Chris Johnson & the Tennessee Titans in a critical AFC Showdown.  The Dolphins are 0-3 this year at Sun Life Stadium and will attempt to win their first game at home in 2010, but this will be no easy task against a tough Tennessee team that is 3-1 on the road this season.