There are plenty of questions left to be answered after another disappointing football season in South Florida.
The Miami Dolphins’ latest disappointing season ended in an unpredictable way on Sunday, though it had little to do with the results of their final game.
The end of the Miami Dolphins’ disappointing season left talkative Mike Wallace speechless.
It will be somewhat of an anticlimactic ending to the 2014 season for the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets on Sunday.
Dion Jordan might have found a spot at linebacker for the Miami Dolphins.
While the season hasn’t gone the way they’d hoped, the Miami Dolphins have one big positive to take from their 2014 campaign.
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin had the pressure of coaching for his job lifted by owner Steve Ross, who confirmed Philbin will be the head coach in 2015.
The Miami Dolphins slim playoff hopes came to an end on Sunday but that didn’t stop the team from making an inspired comeback against the visiting Minnesota Vikings.
Many thought that the Miami Dolphins would be among the teams searching for a new head coach following the end of the 2014 NFL season.
Shortly after the game, the Dolphins’ owner Stephen Ross said Coach Joe Philbin will return next year.