The Pittsburgh Steelers feel Mike Wallace and the Miami Dolphins are in the way. Coach Mike Tomlin will certainly try to avoid doing that again.
The Pittsburgh Steelers feel Mike Wallace and the Miami Dolphins are in the way.
Olivier Vernon isn’t on the Pro Bowl ballot, doesn’t do a sack dance and expressed surprise Wednesday to be chosen the AFC defensive player of the week.
The Miami Dolphins defense haven’t lived up to expectations thus far in the season, but one bright spot has now been recognized as the AFC Player of the Week.
After selecting defensive end Dion Jordan with the number three overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, most assumed that Dolphins defensive end Olivier Vernon was headed for the bench.
Considering the offensive line’s inability to get the run game going, or protect Ryan Tannehill, has been the biggest contributing factor to Miami’s four-game losing streak, how damaging is the Jonathan Martin “Joke” incident in the Dolphins cafeteria this week?
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.
The Miami Dolphins thought enough of defensive end Dion Jordan to trade up to the number three overall spot in the draft to select him. But if you think Jordan is going to be exclusively used on the defensive line, you would be mistaken.
Almost all of the focus from Tuesday’s practice with the Miami Dolphins was on rookie defensive end Dion Jordan, who made his first appearance. Jordan’s one cog in a defensive line the Fins hope can make an impact in 2013.
It’s not often that a team outgained 462-192 comes out ahead when the final gun sounds, but that’s just what the Miami Dolphins managed to do on Sunday. Between failed red-zone chances and bad field goal kicking, Miami escaped with a 17-14 win over St. Louis.