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After a staunch defensive showing in the forth quarter and a late-game field goal, the Miami Dolphins emerged victorious from the heated divisional show off against the New England Patriots Sunday afternoon. With their backs pressed firmly against the wall of fate, Miami inched within one game of the AFC East and kept their slim playoff hopes alive.

A sense of accomplishment and satisfaction was palpable in the locker room. Players were animated with smiles on their faces and confidence in their words. Here were some of the quotes we took from the Dolphins locker room:
  • Chad Henne on putting plays behind him and executing: "I guess that's my whole career[...] I learned in high school and through college[...] if you dwell on it you aren't gonna be as good as you want."
  • Davone Bess on not giving up: "This was it, I mean, [a loss] would've been devastating. Don't think for one second that didn't go through our head. We made sure that we didn't want to make that mistake."
  • Greg Camarillo on delivering as a wide receiving core: "It's great. As a receiving core, all you ask for is an opportunity to prove yourself[...] But it's not just us, you gotta credit the O-Line. They did a great job of protecting Chad. And give Chad all the credit for delivering the ball on target."
  • Jason Taylor on Channing Crowder's interception: "The lord blessed him with a lot of things, but...
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