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Getting Offensive

December 01, 2010

Chad Henne may have been the star of the Miami Dolphins’ 33-17 win over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, but he was by far not the only player to shine. In fact, with the Fins dealing with some debilitating injuries at the moment, this win was the true definition of a total team effort. The likely suspects, like Henne and Ricky Williams, who we will talk more about later, showed up, but so...Read More


Dolphins-Raiders Recap

December 01, 2010

The Miami Dolphins have been waiting for a game like this. It only took them 11 tries, but as the adage goes, better late than never.

The Miami Dolphins offense and defense came together for what should be considered the most complete game the Fins have played all season long, keeping Miami’s playoff hopes alive with a 33-17 win over the Oakland Raiders in California. The offense...Read More


Dolphins-Bears Recap

December 01, 2010

The Miami Dolphins are a team, as Head Coach Tony Sparano says, that has “no room for error right now.”

My guess is that there’s no room for additional injuries either at this point.

The Dolphins fell back to a .500 record (5-5) with a 16-0 loss to the Chicago Bears Thursday night at Sun Life Stadium, which was only their second home shutout since 1970. In fa...Read More


What To Expect: Bears At Dolphins

November 30, 2010

The Miami Dolphins season has sort of had a mantra of “expect the unexpected.” And of course by unexpected, we mean going through three different starting QBs in three consecutive games, winning some games that they weren’t supposed to (who would’ve thought they would win their first four on the road?), and also losing some games that they shouldn’t have (Pittsburg...Read More


Dolphins vs Raiders Preview

November 24, 2010

The Miami Dolphins and the Oakland Raiders have had similar seasons so far in 2010, so it’s very fitting that these two .500 teams are meeting each other in the most crucial time of the year. The Raiders might be in the thick of a playoff race of their own in the AFC West, sitting only a game behind Kansas City, but if the Miami Dolphins have anything to say about it, they will be the one...Read More


Miami Pulls Off Big Win; Two QBs Hurt

November 24, 2010

If, a couple days ago, you would’ve told me that not only would Tyler Thigpen have sealed the win over the Tennessee Titans, but that he would be the third quarterback to play in the contest for the Miami Dolphins, I probably would’ve bet you any amount of money that I have that you would be wrong.

Good thing I am not a gambler.

In a game that can only be described...Read More


Chad Henne Benched

November 12, 2010

The Miami Dolphins/Tennessee Titans game this weekend seemed to be setting up to have all sorts of implications. For the Dolphins, who are hoping to grab their first win on their home turf this week, it meant the difference between going above .500 and keeping their playoff hopes alive, or dipping down below .500 for the first time all season. For the Titans, who are in the same playoff race wi...Read More


A Look at the Playoff Picture

November 10, 2010

The Miami Dolphins might be a little down after losing their first game of the road this season to the Baltimore Ravens Sunday, but they are aren’t out by any means. In fact, Fins fans should look at the second half of the NFL schedule with optimism, as there are certainly many “winnable” games left on Miami’s itinerary coming up.

Of course, what better way to c...Read More


Dolphins vs Ravens Recap

November 08, 2010

The Miami Dolphins sure are a team of opposites lately. Last week, their defense held the Cincinnati Bengals scoreless in the second half while they went on for their fourth consecutive road victory. In that same game, they kicked five field goals, which again proved to be enough to take home the victory. And most importantly, coming into Sunday’s matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, the...Read More


Dolphins vs Ravens Preview

November 05, 2010

So far, the Miami Dolphins have played four road games. So far, they have won all four.

So far, the Baltimore Ravens have played three games at home. And, you guessed it; so far, they are 3-0 on their home turf.

But one could argue that each teams’ biggest test to both sparkling records will come this Sunday when the Dolphins travel to Baltimore for a 1 p.m. match-up at...Read More