Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake isn’t the only player to have his week one performance recognized.
After the opening week of the NFL season, the AFC East has a bit of an upside-down feel to it.
The Miami Dolphins offense is showing signs of life for the first time in years, but the work is nowhere near done.
The Miami Dolphins got their 2014 season off to a great start by beating the defending AFC East champion New England Patriots 33-20.
Playing professional football is a huge achievement for any young athlete, but for some its about more than just reaching the ultimate goal. It’s quite literally a dream come true.
Coming off improbable wins in their season openers, AFC East rivals, Dolphins and Bills collide in Week 2 of the 2014 NFL season from Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y., Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. ET on CBS Sports.
After months and months of waiting, Miami Dolphins fans couldn’t have asked for a better way to start the 2014 NFL season. The Dolphins defeated the New England Patriots 33-20 at Sun Life Stadium on Sunday, giving the Pats their first 0-1 start to a season in over ten years.
One week in, the AFC East has a decidedly different look than usual.
Not many football fans could’ve expected what transpired in Miami on Sunday afternoon.
Joe Philbin was not overly pleased following a recent preseason game, the coach of the Miami Dolphins somewhat befuddled with how his first-string offense moved the ball well but failed to find the end zone.