I've mentioned it several times over the past three weeks- this team is playing at a different level than we've seen for quite some time now. The run game is just brutal, the D line is crippling QB's and this team is starting to believe that they control their own destiny. I know it's only 3 straight, but with a weak schedule and six so-so/bad teams in a row, we could realistically rattle off another 5-6 in a row before facing Buffalo and New England to close the season. I'm still going to harp on those early losses to Seattle and NE as well- 17 points left on the field in one game and poor effort to catch the game-tying pass in another. That was with mostly our second string line- we could so easily be 6-2 right now, with our only losses coming with the third string linemen on the field. So I'm asking you fine gentlemen; is there a change in the air in Miami? Have we finally found the third round of our team legacy? Is this the team we've been waiting almost two decades for...weak secondary and all? I think it is, my friends. I think things just got real in South Beach and Miami is about to become a football town once again.