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.
After being put on notice, visiting Tennessee hopes to bounce back Sunday against a Miami Dolphins team looking to boost its playoff chances in the first of two games in a five-day stretch.
The Dolphins don’t have any players ruled out of this Sunday’s game while the Titans have two players who won’t see any action.
The Dolphins are bracing themselves for their upcoming matchup against the Titans as Jake Locker is returning from an injury and Chris Johnson is playing at his best.
The seemingly never-ending saga that is Peyton Manning’s free agency took another turn Wednesday night, but it wasn’t a turn that looks to favor the Miami Dolphins.
They’ve tried Fiedler and Feely. They’ve tried Green, Lemon and Sage. They’ve even tried two Chads. But yet the Miami Dolphins have yet to find a quarterback who is a keeper.
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland gave incumbent starting quarterback a lukewarm endorsement at the NFL Combine, calling Henne the quarterback – for now.
Miami Dolphins fans looking for something to hope for going into the 2011 NFL season, assuming there is one, can take solace in the fact the Dolphins will be drafting in the top half of the 2011 NFL Draft.