After getting the best of Andrew Luck and Matt Ryan the past two weeks, Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins are cautiously optimistic about their next – and perhaps most difficult – test of the early season against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.
The Dolphins are 3-0 for the first time in 11 years, winning close games and showing some offensive pizazz for a change thanks largely to Tannehill, who’s no longer overlooked in conversations about the remarkable rookie quarterback class of 2012.
When starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill takes the field each week; Miami Dolphins fans are watching something they haven’t seen in a long time, a rapidly improving signal-caller taking the team to the next level.
After two successful weeks on the road, the triumphant Miami Dolphins prepare for their 2013 NFL home opener, as the defending NFC South champion Atlanta Falcons invade Sun Life Stadium for a Sunday matinee.
When Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck drops back to pass against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, he may be looking at a defensive alignment designed specifically to get the most out of the dazzling athleticism many of the lineman possess.
Having an elite signal-caller who can win you the game in crunch time is essential for any NFL franchise.
When Jake Long signed with the St. Louis Rams Sunday night, it ended not only his tenure at left tackle, but also completed the abysmal failure that was Bill Parcells’ time as the head of the Miami Dolphins.
Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman is clearly disappointed with what he’s seen from the team’s receivers.
Bill Parcells, former Dolphins executive vice-president, finally admitted this week that he messed up in draft Pat White and not drafting Matt Ryan. But he gave no endorsement of current Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne and said not drafting Matt Ryan came down to one simple factor.