The Dan Campbell era began with a bang last week when we demolished the Titans in our season restart opener. This time, we have our season restart home opener against the Texans. Yes, the same Texans we have never beaten. Everything Campbell promised we'd be he made good on last week. We were a completely different team from what we saw the first four weeks. We were much more physical. We were full of energy. We played with more urgency and we played with more passion. Especially on defense, where we finally played like we thought we would all along. Six sacks (four by Wake) and four takeaways. Beastly. The end result was a 38-10 beat down on the road in Tennessee. It was so great that the Titans were complaining that we were "too physical" (lollllllll). This is exactly the kind of Dolphins team I want. One that will punch you in the mouth. One who will out-muscle you. One who will be more passionate and energetic than you. One who will not back down to anyone. Thank you, Dan Campbell, for changing the culture from a soft team to a badass team who will come after you. The Texans may be 2-4, but they have some damn good talent on both sides of the ball. Led by DeAndre Hopkins and J.J. Watt. The game plan should be similar to what it was last week. On offense, be aware of where Watt is. Establish a running game again and let the field open up for Ryan Tannehill. Defensively, stop the run first and foremost, then pin our ears back and attack Brian Hoyer. He'll make mistakes if you put pressure on him. As I've said, we have never beaten them. 0-7 all time. The most recent was Tannehill's first ever game back in 2012. Saying it's time for payback is a massive understatement. If you're going to the game, bring the noise. It's our restarted home opener! Let the players feed off the energy from the crowd. Let's make it two in a row under Campbell. Let's go Dolphins!!!!!