After an NFL campaign defined by peaks and valleys and enough controversy to fulfill the basic parameters of an award-winning drama, the best ways to qualify the 2013 Miami Dolphins would be “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.”
Defensive tackle Kyle Williams and the blitzing Buffalo Bills put a big dent in the Miami Dolphins’ playoff chances.
Despite the lingering distraction of the bullying scandal, the surging Miami Dolphins have a chance to reach the playoffs for the first time in five seasons.
The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills reported a total of 16 players in their mid-week injury reports. However, EJ Manuel’s absence is the most significant development in both teams’ preparations for their Week 16 showdown at Orchard Park.
The Miami Dolphins got a little bit of a reprieve Wednesday when the Buffalo Bills announced it would start Thad Lewis at quarterback this Sunday.
The Miami Dolphins are two wins away from making the playoffs for the first time since 2008 and their next opponent, the Buffalo Bills, will feature a quarterback trying to recover from a knee injury.
The Miami Dolphins path to the playoffs is simple, win the final two games against the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets and the Fins are in.
Rookie Mike Glennon is leading a second-half turnaround that may help the Tampa Bay Buccaneers save coach Greg Schiano’s job.
Ryan Tannehill is playing lately like a quarterback under duress, which he is.
When the Buffalo Bills needed the ball back, Mario Williams knocked it loose.