As is usually the case this time of year, it’s an exciting time for fans of the Miami Dolphins.
The Miami Dolphins have been mired in mediocrity for far too long.
The Miami Dolphins have done a bit of house cleaning over the past couple weeks, cutting ties with receivers Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson, offensive lineman Nate Garner and cornerback Cortland Finnegan.
There are plenty of questions left to be answered after another disappointing football season in South Florida.
The Miami Dolphins gave their fans a glimmer of hope last Sunday in New England, getting a big touchdown from Mike Wallace with five seconds left in the first half to draw them within one point of the host Patriots.
It’s been another roller coaster of a season for the Miami Dolphins.
Last season the linebacker position was an area of concern for the Miami Dolphins.
The Miami Dolphins are at the quarter pole of the 2014 NFL season and are sitting at 2-2, with a pair of comfortable victories bookending two ugly losses.
The Miami Dolphins are feeling good heading into the bye week following their dominant win over the Oakland Raiders last weekend in London.
The Miami Dolphins got off to a 1-0 start, in spite of the fact that head coach Joe Philbin reported 12 injured players prior to the season opener against the Patriots. With 14 names penciled in Week 2’s penultimate IR, can Miami spoil the Buffalo Bills home opener Sunday afternoon in Orchard Park, N.Y.?