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.
Miami Dolphins linebacker Dannell Ellerbe will be riding the bench during Sunday’s game. Ellerbe was declared inactive for the game against Buffalo because of a shoulder injury, and Jason Trusnik will start in his place.
With Ryan Tannehill getting sacked at a record pace, the Miami Dolphins haven’t been able to ease the pressure on their young quarterback thanks to an extremely poor running game.
Miami Dolphins linebacker Dannell Ellerbe is doubtful for Sunday’s game against Buffalo with a shoulder injury. Ellerbe was hurt in the Dolphins’ most recent game Oct. 6 and hasn’t practiced this week.
Thanks to the extra rest, the Fins submitted their first injury report in the single-digits since opening week. However in the NFL, the difference between pretenders vs. contenders lies in the ability to execute, and most of all, win the games they’re supposed to. Can Miami take a step towards reaching the AFC’s upper echelon?