The Miami Dolphins have been mired in mediocrity for far too long.
There are plenty of questions left to be answered after another disappointing football season in South Florida.
It’s been another roller coaster of a season for the Miami Dolphins.
The injuries keep piling up as the Miami Dolphins continue to try ending the team’s six year playoff drought.
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.
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.
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.
The Miami Dolphins defense has established itself as one of the premier units in the NFL.
The Miami Dolphins defense has been earning more and more respect around the league as they continue to play at a high level, forcing turnovers and keeping the opposition off the scoreboard.
The Miami Dolphins offense has shown that it can points on the board, but not with the consistency that players and coaches would like to see.