The Miami Dolphins season may be in the balance Thursday night when the team plays the Buffalo Bills in Buffalo. The Dolphins are clinging to playoff hopes and can’t afford another division loss this late in the season.
The Bills will be without veteran running back Fred Jackson on Thursday night while the Dolphins don’t have any significant injuries which could impact the outcome of the game.
The Miami Dolphins have no time to lick their wounds after getting thumped by the Tennessee Titans 37-3 on Sunday. The team is on a short turnaround and now must get ready for another team with a very fast running back, the Buffalo Bills.
The matchups between the Titans and Bills and the Patriots against the Jets could have very serious season-ending implications for the Miami Dolphins who are on a bye for Week 7.
After two straight weeks of heartbreaking losses, the Miami Dolphins finally got into the win column on Sunday by knocking off the Cincinnati Bengals, 17-13. It was a game the Fins needed and one that left Miami looking like the second-best team in the AFC East.
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We already know which teams the Miami Dolphins will be playing in 2012, but now fans finally have the dates to go with those games as the NFL is set to release its regular season schedule.
There are seven teams in the four major professional sports that haven’t been to the playoffs in the last decade. That list could shrink to six teams if the Florida Panthers beat the Winnipeg Jets Tuesday night.
The NFL owners spring meetings in Palm Beach could be extra feisty this year as the press tries to figure out if the Dolphins have a plan, if the Redskins and Cowboys will endure their cap losses, and owners look at changing instant replay and injured reserve rules.
As Peyton Manning looks more and more like he’s not going to pick the Miami Dolphins, it’s beginning to finally dawn on many Fins fans that the team is not in win-now mode, but rather entering another rebuilding phase.