New York Jets
The way Mike Wallace sees it, unless the Miami Dolphins rise to the occasion Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, Elvis has left the building.
Ryan Tannehill’s efficiency is a major reason the Miami Dolphins have a prime opportunity to end a five-year postseason drought, though they realize they’ll have to improve to make it out of the logjam of contenders in the AFC.
The NFL has entered the final quarter of its regular season and the Miami Dolphins are right in the thick of the playoff race.
Dion Sims’ emergence has made it easier for the Miami Dolphins to deal with the injury to Charles Clay.
The 7-5 Miami Dolphins are currently holding down the sixth and final wild card in the AFC after dismantling the pass-challenged Jets 16-13 on Monday night.
A rare fourth-quarter rally on the road has given the Miami Dolphins a clearer path to the playoffs.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Miami Dolphins left New York with exactly what they came for; a win over the Jets.
When Monday night’s game at MetLife Stadium reached halftime, the Miami Dolphins knew that adjustments had to be made.
As any coach will tell you, the losses never get easier no many how many may pile up.
The Miami Dolphins found the right formula to stay in the AFC playoff race: Simply let the Jets run the ball all night, and wait for New York to make mistakes.