For the first time this season, the Miami Dolphins held practices with a full roster, as they put the finishing touches in their preparation for Sunday’s intrastate showdown with the hobbled Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Miami Dolphins’ defense is among the best in the NFL, and now the offense is doing its part as the team looks to move over .500 for the first time this season.
After three straight solid games by the Jacksonville Jaguars defense, including their first win of the season last weekend, the news has been getting worse and worse for the Jags.
Rookie receiver Jarvis Landry says the NFL’s not much different from the SEC, and his rapid progress with the Miami Dolphins suggests he might be right.
The Miami Dolphins have a chance to do something on Sunday that they haven’t done since December of last year, and that’s win consecutive games.
As the Miami Dolphins offense continues evolving, so does their quarterback.
When the Miami Dolphins and the Jacksonville Jaguars meet Sunday afternoon at EverBank Field, it’s going to be interesting to see how the Fins defense contenders with a motivated Jags team with Denard Robinson coming off a career performance.
Defensive end Dion Jordan has rejoined the Dolphins rested, recharged and ready to start his season after a forced layoff.
Intrastate rivals collide at EverBank Field, the site for a 2014 NFL Week 8 showdown between the Miami Dolphins and the Jacksonville Jaguars.
For a team that has gone through as many changes as the Miami Dolphins have in recent years, some things seem to stay the same.