A once promising season for the Miami Dolphins defense has turned sour over the past few weeks.
With the strain of a costly loss showing, Miami Dolphins coaches said they have a good relationship with their players, even the one who yelled at Joe Philbin on the sideline during the defeat.
A rare fourth-quarter rally on the road has given the Miami Dolphins a clearer path to the playoffs.
The Miami Dolphins are very close to being a top team in the AFC but have a few issues to resolve first.
The Miami Dolphins have shown improvements on both sides of the ball as the season has progressed.
The Miami Dolphins offense has been much improved in 2014 compared to the last several years.
Following the Miami Dolphins big home win over the Buffalo Bills on Thursday Night Football, the team was given a couple of days off to rest and heal.
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 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.
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin returned to practice on Thursday after traveling back to Massachusetts earlier in the week for the funeral of his father, Paul Philbin, who passed away on Friday at the age of 93.