Ryan Tannehill says he’s upset with the way he has played in the first two games this year for the Miami Dolphins, and knows he needs to bounce back Sunday against Kansas City.
When the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins square off Sunday afternoon at Sun Life Stadium, the void left by first-string running backs, Jamaal Charles and Knowshon Moreno will be felt by Andy Reid and Joe Philbin.
Looking to avoid falling under .500 for the first time in the young 2014 NFL season, the Miami Dolphins better not underestimate the winless Kansas City Chiefs when they invade Sun Life Stadium for a Week 3 showdoown.
Offensive coordinator Bill Lazor believes the problems with the Miami Dolphins’ passing attack can be quickly fixed, in part because he knows who to blame: himself.
With memories of last year’s O-line woes still fresh in the minds of Dolphins fans, Miami went into Buffalo and failed to protect Ryan Tannehill on their way to a humbling, 29-10 defeat.
After the opening week of the NFL season, the AFC East has a bit of an upside-down feel to it.
The Miami Dolphins offense is showing signs of life for the first time in years, but the work is nowhere near done.
Playing professional football is a huge achievement for any young athlete, but for some its about more than just reaching the ultimate goal. It’s quite literally a dream come true.
After months and months of waiting, Miami Dolphins fans couldn’t have asked for a better way to start the 2014 NFL season. The Dolphins defeated the New England Patriots 33-20 at Sun Life Stadium on Sunday, giving the Pats their first 0-1 start to a season in over ten years.
One week in, the AFC East has a decidedly different look than usual.