The Miami Dolphins offense continues to exceed expectations week in and week out in 2012, but even with the vast improvements from both the offensive line and the quarterback position, there is one aspect that is sticking in the craw of offensive coordinator Mike Sherman.
The Dolphins’ have one more shot at a preseason win. Here’s what they must work on to make it happen.
Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman is clearly disappointed with what he’s seen from the team’s receivers.
Miami Dolphins tight end Michael Egnew has gone from the toast of the University of Missouri to the doghouse in his first pro season. Never was that more evident than in this week’s episode of “Hard Knocks.”
Friday evening on CBS4, the 2012 Miami Dolphins will finally take the field to unveil a new offense, defense, quarterback, and head coach against in-state rival, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
While quarterback has been the focus of much of the attention in the first week of training camp for the Miami Dolphins, the running backs could turn out to be the best thing to happen to the quarterbacks.
On his first training camp snap, Ryan Tannehill rolled to his right and fired a strike to wide receiver Roberto Wallace along the sideline.
New Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill knows he has the weight of a franchise hanging on his right shoulder. But, the former Texas A&M Aggie has no idea when he’ll be taking the starting snaps for Miami.
Multiple reports, including ones from SI.com and profootballtalk.com, said Dolphins owner Stephen Ross wants the team to draft Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill. You can add ESPN’s Adam Schefter to the list reporting Ross’ wish.
Peyton Manning chose Denver and Matt Flynn chose Seattle. That means the Miami Dolphins quarterback options are down to Tim Tebow, Matt Moore, and a draft full of quarterbacks not named Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin, III.