The Miami Dolphins circled the wagons after two weeks of chaos surrounded the franchise and managed to pull out a victory Sunday afternoon, but even in a victory; the Dolphins still left plenty to be desired by the play on the field.
When the Miami Dolphins went looking for dynamic playmakers last offseason, they targeted the biggest one in free agency, wide receiver Mike Wallace. But with nearly half the season over, Wallace is looking like a bust in his first year in Miami.
Mike Wallace expected to be a big play, deep threat wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins when he signed a $60 million contract in the offseason. But a quarter of the way through the season, Wallace hasn’t produced many big plays and it has him worried.
The Miami Dolphins brought wide receiver Mike Wallace in to blow the tops off of defenses with deep passing maximizing his speed. Through four games this season, Wallace hasn’t been able to use his speed and the Fins are struggling with the deep ball.
After a victory, you’d think every player on the Miami Dolphins would be happy about the performance. That wasn’t the case for the Fins’ $60 million man, wide receiver Mike Wallace.
After four consecutive losing years, the franchise’s longest such skid since the 1960s, the Dolphins should be more fun to watch in 2013.
The Miami Dolphins hit the practice field again Wednesday and were at full strength in the wide receiving corps as Mike Wallace returned to the lineup, according to NFL.com.
Injuries are a part of every NFL training camp, but the Dolphins are starting to see injuries pile up at the position the team spent the most free agent money on this season, wide receiver.
Law enforcement personnel in Connecticut and Massachusetts are searching in and around a lake in the hometown of Aaron Hernandez possibly searching for more evidence against the ex-New England Patriots tight end.
Perhaps no other position group on the Miami Dolphins roster went through as much of an overhaul as the wide receiving corps.