The Miami Dolphins pass blocking has been the focus of much consternation all season long. Monday night’s game won’t do anything to quell much of that talk.
Coaches want you to believe that every opponent is the same, that every game is the same, that every win is the same. It’s a nice act, but Miami coach Joe Philbin knows that wasn’t the case last Sunday, when his Dolphins beat the Falcons 27-23 to improve to 3-0.
When the Miami Dolphins let running back Reggie Bush head to the Detroit Lions in free agency, the focus of the Fins’ running game fell on a former University of Miami star who is ready to take center stage.
It was just one scrimmage, but the early results from Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill should give Fins fans plenty of hope for the coming season.
The Miami Dolphins put their faith in the untapped ability of rookie defensive end Dion Jordan. The Fins traded up in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft to acquire Jordan and that means the expectations for are elevated as well.
The Miami Dolphins are finishing their fourth straight non-playoff season. The New England Patriots have clinched their fourth consecutive AFC East title. So what’s there to play for in Sunday’s regular-season finale? Plenty, both teams say.
While not much has gone right for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins, both teams have their sights set on finishing strong with the season winding down.
One of the more surprising incidents in the Miami Dolphins’ blowout loss to the Tennessee Titans Sunday was the benching of starting running back Reggie Bush.
The Miami Dolphins are recovering from a second-straight heartbreaking loss in overtime Monday. The team lost in overtime to the undefeated Arizona Cardinals thanks to a turnovers, but had plenty to be happy about from the quarterback position.
The Miami Dolphins are about to find out if rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill is the real deal and capable of leading the team this season.