Their powerhouse offense averages 40.2 points and 434.4 yards per contest. Baltimore is averaging 16.5 points and allowing 22.0 points per contest.
Hall of Fame former Dolphins coach Don Shula will be in attendance tonight to get a glimpse of the juggernaut that’s chasing what his team accomplished 35 years ago.
His intimidation tactics apparently don’t bother Mason, who could be put in harm’s way if quarterback Kyle Boller hangs his passes up in the air too long.
"You just got to be aware of what’s going on. I’ve got enough faith and the other receivers have got enough faith in Kyle that he’s going to put the ball on us so we’re able to make a move and not take that vicious hit."
"I left that up to them," Billick said.