Miami Dolphins opponents have been attacking the secondary over the past few weeks with mixed results. While Jimmy Wilson and Nolan Carroll have been picked on a lot, there’s also the offensive struggles that have propelled a three-game losing streak.
The Miami Dolphins entered Sunday’s matchup with the Tennessee Titans as a possible playoff hopeful. By the end of the Titans’ complete demolition of the Dolphins, Miami looked like a broken team.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was scheduled to undergo an MRI Monday on his injured left quad and knee. Tannehill, the team’s starter, injured his leg in the first quarter of Miami’s blowout victory over the New York Jets.
The Miami Dolphins offense continues to exceed expectations week in and week out in 2012, but even with the vast improvements from both the offensive line and the quarterback position, there is one aspect that is sticking in the craw of offensive coordinator Mike Sherman.
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.
If it was up to Reggie Bush, he’d be in uniform and in the starting lineup against the Arizona Cardinals. But, that decision has yet to be made by Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin.
After the Miami Dolphins signed quarterback David Garrard and drafted quarterback Ryan Tannehill, Fins fans have been trying to figure out who will be the starting quarterback.
The winless Miami Dolphins look to finally notch their first victory of the season Sunday in what amounts to the Tim Tebow bowl.
Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano may be on the hottest seat in the NFL after his team lost again Sunday to bring the Fins record to 0-4 in 2011.
As more and more quarterbacks continue to sign with other teams, the Dolphins remain one of the teams possibly in pursuit of Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton. The question for the Dolphins is, why?