Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin was brought in to resurrect a dormant offense that hasn’t been dominating since Dan Marino was under center. With five games left in the current season, Philbin has yet to do anything to inspire confidence among fans.
Every team in sports or business will at some point have to deal with issues that damage the reputation of said team/company. Most will come through it and recover. But as scandal after scandal and failure after failure keep piling up for the Miami Dolphins, how much more can the team’s reputation take?
For the second time in as many months, former Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano is once again looking for work after he was reportedly fired by the New York Jets Tuesday morning.
The soap opera that is the New York Jets organization took another strange turn Friday when the New York Daily News reported that Rex Ryan said he’d rather be fired if owner Woody Johnson doesn’t fix the personnel and coaching issues on offense.
Miami looks to take down its AFC East rival when the Jets visit Sun Life Stadium on Sunday.
New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes has seen the headlines and believes the Jets can run roughshod over the Miami Dolphins secondary.
There’s an old joke that can be changed to fit any team that said, “What’s the best way to keep X team out of your yard? Put up goal posts.” That joke fits perfectly to the 2012 version of the New York Jets.
New York Jets fans are about to enter full-fledged panic mode as the offense under first-year offensive coordinator Tony Sparano continues to sputter in preseason. It’s something Miami Dolphins fans can relate to and likely knew was coming.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and general manager Jeff Ireland met a skeptical press corps at the annual NFL Owners meetings in Palm Beach.
The last time the NFL saw Bill Parcells, he was leaving the mess that is the Miami Dolphins behind and heading for a cushy television job. But, Parcells may be coming back to the league, again.