With Dan Carpenter not playing the rest of the year, the Miami Dolphins addressed their kicking needs by signing the most accurate kicker in NFL history.
The New England Patriots routinely dominate the AFC East, and this season is proving to be no different. After their latest division victory turned into a laugher, the Patriots look to clinch their ninth East title in 10 seasons by beating the Miami Dolphins for a fifth consecutive time Sunday.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner stood in the end zone taunting the crowd, while coach Pete Carroll pumped his fist and slapped players on the back in jubilation. Neither saw the flag that had been thrown.
Dan Carpenter kicked a 43-yard field goal on the final play Sunday, and the Miami Dolphins scored 17 points in the last 8:08 to rally past the Seattle Seahawks 24-21.
Mario Williams and the Buffalo Bills high-priced defense finally flexed its collective muscle, stuffing the Miami Dolphins in a 19-14 victory Thursday night.
Matt Moore stepped in for an injured Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins didn’t miss a beat, rolling past the New York Jets 30-9 for their third straight victory.
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.
Nick Folk received a reprieve when his blocked field-goal attempt was negated by a timeout, and his second try was a successful 33-yarder with 6:04 left, giving the New York Jets a 23-20 overtime victory over the Miami Dolphins.
Miami Dolphins fans haven’t been able to say this in a long time, but the team is threatening to go on a bonafide winning streak.
There’s a new addition to the Miami Dolphins. Veteran kicker Shayne Graham has signed with the Dolphins, and he’ll be active Sunday against Buffalo if ailing kicker Dan Carpenter is unavailable.