Monday NIght Football
A person was airlifted to Ryder Trauma Center after being shot inside a home in North Miami Beach, practically next door to the police department. He did not survive.
Very little talk surrounding the Miami Dolphins this week has had anything to do with what happens on the field or the strategy for Week 10.
On Monday night against the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Dolphins will try to move past a week full of headlines involving alleged internal harassment between players and a league investigation into the matter.
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.
It was a dead night of local sports, seeing as our basketball team is in China and our football teams are off until next weekend. But, we’ve got some Monday Night Football fun, plus more college football all in the agenda, and heck why not throw in a little politics as well.
Good news Dolphins fans…your quarterback situation could always be worse…Tony Romo or Mark Sanchez could be your starter. The Hurricanes will have another new defensive starting lineup this week, but lose offensive linemen. The Marlins season has been over, but they’re almost done playing games, but tonight could be one to watch for sentimental reasons.
Darrelle Revis ran back an interception 100 yards for a touchdown and the New York Jets did just enough to beat the Miami Dolphins 24-6 on Monday night and end a three-game losing streak.
The Miami Dolphins and New York Jets are in full-fledged desperation mode as the two teams meet Monday night at the new Meadowlands Stadium.
Are you ready for some football? Hank Williams Jr. isn’t anymore.
ESPN pulled Hank Williams Jr.’s classic intro song from its broadcast of Monday night’s NFL game after the country singer famous for the line “Are you ready for some football?” used an analogy to Adolf Hitler in discussing President Barack Obama.
The reigning AFC East champions started with a victory for the eighth consecutive season Monday night by beating the Miami Dolphins 38-24.