The Miami Dolphins players are cleaning out their lockers and the staff is beginning to dissect just where the season went so wrong after a season-ending thumping at the hands of the hated New York Jets.
What looked like a promising season for second-year Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill ended with a two-game nightmare. But the team’s problems and fifth straight season without a playoff berth is not all his fault.
If the 2013 Miami Dolphins could be summed up in just a few words it would likely be, consistently inconsistent.
Even in the Dan Marino era, when running backs were mostly decoys, the Miami Dolphins relied on their ground game more than this year’s team.
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.
Lost amidst the ugly story surrounding offensive lineman Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin is the team still has to prepare for Monday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers without two starting offensive linemen.
With a matchup against the AFC East leading New England Patriots (5-1) slated for Week 8, the Miami Dolphins (3-2) would be wise not to take the Buffalo Bills (2-4) lightly, even without the services of rookie sensation, E.J. Manuel under center.
The Miami Dolphins are on a record-breaking pace when it comes to quarterback sacks, but the team may also set another record for futility, fewest rushing yards in a season.
The Miami Dolphins begin the post-Dustin Keller era Monday morning after the tight end suffered a near complete destruction of the interior of his knee.
Despite spending millions of dollars on free agents and multiple draft picks, the Miami Dolphins offensive line remains a primary source of fan angst heading into the 2013 season, but should it be?