After Sunday’s victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Miami Dolphins are in a prime position to make a playoff run.
You might not know it by the records of the Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers, but the matchup on Sunday will be crucial in determining if either team will have a shot at a wildcard playoff spot.
The Miami Dolphins defense haven’t lived up to expectations thus far in the season, but one bright spot has now been recognized as the AFC Player of the Week.
Miami Dolphins players are set to meet this week with an NFL special investigator regarding the bullying case involving tackle Jonathan Martin and guard Richie Incognito.
Very little talk surrounding the Miami Dolphins this week has had anything to do with what happens on the field or the strategy for Week 10.
On Monday night against the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Dolphins will try to move past a week full of headlines involving alleged internal harassment between players and a league investigation into the matter.
Peyton is still here. He’s still active. Boy, is he active. And last night was more than dropping a double-nickel, like Jordan did against the Knicks on his comeback trail.
Each team has just 16 chances to distinguish itself from the pack in order to secure a playoff spot and hopefully a bid in the Super Bowl. The question is, quite simply, will the Super Bowl champion emerge from the AFC or NFC?
After the unexpected release of cornerback Richard Marshall for financial reasons, the Miami Dolphins turned to Dimitri Patterson to fill the starting cornerback position Marshall left void.
This week saw an increase in preseason intensity. Starters played longer, and the injury totals spiked yet again. Here’s the scoop from all around the AFC…
The Miami Dolphins continued to take small steps forward offensively in the team’s second preseason game, but the Fins will need to show some quick improvement by the time the season rolls around because it looks like the rumors of the New England Patriots’ demise were a little premature.