Ryan Tannehill’s efficiency is a major reason the Miami Dolphins have a prime opportunity to end a five-year postseason drought, though they realize they’ll have to improve to make it out of the logjam of contenders in the AFC.
The NFL has entered the final quarter of its regular season and the Miami Dolphins are right in the thick of the playoff race.
When Monday night’s game at MetLife Stadium reached halftime, the Miami Dolphins knew that adjustments had to be made.
As any coach will tell you, the losses never get easier no many how many may pile up.
Once again the Miami Dolphins found themselves with a lead in the fourth quarter against one of the best teams in the league, and once again they couldn’t close out the game with a win.
The Miami Dolphins offense scored five touchdowns on Sunday but the Denver Broncos offense was unstoppable, especially in the second half.
A total of 25 players comprise this week’s combined injury reports, with the Miami Dolphins detailing 13 names, and the Denver Broncos account for 13 in total.
Miami Dolphins running back Lamar Miller is questionable for Sunday’s game at Denver because of shoulder and knee injuries.
The Miami Dolphins offense has been much improved in 2014 compared to the last several years.
The Miami Dolphins knew that they needed to come away with a big win over the Buffalo Bills on Thursday Night Football in order to remain in a good position to capture a playoff spot.