The Miami Dolphins are in rebuilding mode, but the amount of rebuilding being talked about in NFL circles may surprise the biggest Dolfans.
The Miami Dolphins filled the job of offensive coordinator Wednesday with the hiring of Bill Lazor. Twenty-four hours later, the Dolphins have a new position that will need to be filled on the staff.
You might not know it by the records of the Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers, but the matchup on Sunday will be crucial in determining if either team will have a shot at a wildcard playoff spot.
The Miami Dolphins have plenty to play for when the team travels to Indianapolis to play the Colts. The Fins will be looking for revenge from last year’s loss, looking to get to 2-0 ahead of a very tough stretch of games, and to keep pace with the New England Patriots in the win-loss column.
When Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck drops back to pass against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, he may be looking at a defensive alignment designed specifically to get the most out of the dazzling athleticism many of the lineman possess.
After four consecutive losing years, the franchise’s longest such skid since the 1960s, the Dolphins should be more fun to watch in 2013.
The Fins’ red zone offense had plenty of plays inside the Bucs’ 20-yard line and even though the starters finally produced a touchdown in the red zone, it wasn’t enough as Tampa Bay defeated Miami, 17-16.
The Miami Dolphins continued to try to bolster their pass rushing depth Thursday by signing for Carolina Panthers defensive end Antwan Applewhite.
The Miami Dolphins have high expectations for top draft pick Dion Jordan, but the former Oregon star has to stay on the field to live up to those expectations.
Miami Dolphins fans may be about to ask themselves is the glass half-full or half-empty when it comes to the team’s offensive line.