In the wake of the team’s harassment scandal, Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle came out in defense of Coach Joe Philbin and his management style.
Two teams headed in opposite directions meet in this week’s edition of Thursday Night Football, as the Cincinnati Bengals look to hand the Miami Dolphins their fifth-straight loss of the 2013 NFL season.
It was a good start for the Miami Dolphins to open the season 1-0 for only the second time since 2005, but it was not so good for defensive tackle Randy Starks.
After the cuts to finalize the roster were made to the Dolphins over the weekend, all eyes are on the season opener.
The Miami Dolphins defense will have likely have a win/lose scenario when it comes to the roster going into the first week of the season.
After the unexpected release of cornerback Richard Marshall for financial reasons, the Miami Dolphins turned to Dimitri Patterson to fill the starting cornerback position Marshall left void.
The Dolphins could see their playoff hopes dashed this weekend as they face off against the 49ers–a team that boasts stars such as quarterback Colin Kaepernick, running back Frank Gore and linebacker Aldon Smith.
First-year quarterback Russell Wilson looks to lead the Seahawks to their third-straight victory when they visit the Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium on Sunday.
Miami didn’t have high expectations starting the season with a rookie quarterback. But solid performances by several unexpected players, including Ryan Tannehill, have put the Dolphins in the playoff picture.
When the preseason got started for the Miami Dolphins, most assumed the defense would be solid enough to keep the team in games. Through two preseason games, the Fins defense looks like a shell of its former self.