After an NFL campaign defined by peaks and valleys and enough controversy to fulfill the basic parameters of an award-winning drama, the best ways to qualify the 2013 Miami Dolphins would be “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.”
Pittsburgh Steelers center Cody Wallace has been fined by $7,875 by the NFL after he went too far trying to recover a fumbled ball against the Miami Dolphins last weekend.
When the football is fumbled and players begin to pile on top of it, a lot happens under the pile that would make even the strongest man cringe. Sunday, Pittsburgh Steelers center Cody Wallace showed just how far some players will go while in the pile.
Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks says he’s hearing plenty of teasing from teammates for his role in a video that has gone viral.
In his many roles with the Miami Dolphins, Charles Clay recalls one assignment as especially daunting: He attempted to block 325-pound defensive tackle Vince Wilfork, a mismatch that made a lasting impact.
Football is said to be a game of inches and the Pittsburgh Steelers found that out the hard way against the Miami Dolphins, or it could have been a case of the football gods getting even with the Steelers.
Once the Miami Dolphins got used to the snow, the Pittsburgh Steelers were no problem.
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.
The Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers reported a total of 15 players in their Week 14 injury report, as Mike Tomlin and Joe Philbin could be without the services of at least six players for Sunday’s pivotal game.