Miami Dolphins reserve cornerback Will Davis will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury suffered in the team’s victory over Buffalo.
Two teams looking to stay in the AFC playoff hunt collide, and the good news is that, the Miami Dolphins and the Buffalo Bills are particularly healthy for Thursday night’s showdown in South Florida.
The race for the AFC playoffs has gotten tighter week after week.
If NFL Week 11 oddsmakers and ATS trends are correct, the Miami Dolphins should not only defeat the Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon, but they should do so by at least a field goal and a safety.
With a quick turnaround, the Miami Dolphins will have no time to feel sorry for themselves following a heartbreaking loss to the Lions, as the Buffalo Bills and their top-notch defense invade Sun Life Stadium for a pivotal AFC East showdown.
Coming off of a heartbreaking loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday the Miami Dolphins are hoping to get back to the winning ways that had many around the NFL viewing the team as a serious playoff contender.
The day after a devastating last-second loss to the Detroit Lions, the Miami Dolphins announced Monday they have lost left tackle Branden Albert for the rest of the season.
The Miami Dolphins have been playing some of their best football in years over the past several weeks, and opposing teams are starting to take notice.
In spite of the fact that the Miami Dolphins and the Detroit Lions reported a combined 20 players in their penultimate NFL Week 10 injury reports, Jim Caldwell and Joe Philbin will have their full rosters at their disposition.
The Miami Dolphins recent string of success has been refreshing to coaches, as this year’s version of the team is the most talented that coach Joe Philbin and his staff has had in their three years in South Florida.