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Ginn's Role to be Reduced?

November 01, 2009

It has been a career of lofty expectations and mounds of disappointment for Ted Ginn Jr. through his first 2+ NFL seasons. He was a maligned draft pick from the beginning as fans yearned for Notre Dame Quarterback Brady Quinn (whom everyone is happy not to have now I might add). Ginn's high selection, number 9 overall, placed unrealistic expectations on him, and he simply has not fulfilled them. W...Read More


Miami Dolphins Bring Back Kershaw

October 31, 2009

After spending training camp in South Florida and making it to the last round of cuts, William Kershaw looked primed to make the Miami Dolphins 53 man roster. While he did not make the team before Week 1, Kershaw is back in teal in orange after Week 7. An extra roster spot was opened this week with the movement of Will Allen to the injured reserve following his season ending ACL tear against the...Read More


Will Allen out for the Year, Rookies Must Grow up Quick

October 30, 2009

Most of the fans in Land Shark Stadium didn't even realize when Miami Dolphins cornerback Will Allen went down in the third quarter of Sunday's game at Land Shark Stadium, but when he showed up on crutches after the game, it was clear something was wrong.

Allen tore his ACL during the loss to the New Orleans Saints and will be difficult to replace, as he was really the only veteran pres...Read More


Dolphins Blow Big Lead and fall to Saints

October 29, 2009

The first half seemed like it could not have gone better. With 5 seconds left and the New Orleans Saints driving the Miami Dolphins were ready to go to the locker room up 24-6 on one of the best teams in the NFL. However, Drew Brees proved why he is amongst the best quarterbacks in the NFL by taking a QB sneak into the end zone to make it a 14 point game at the half, a lead that was easily surmoun...Read More


Sizing up the Saints Part III: Miami Dolphins Game Plan

October 24, 2009

As we discussed yesterday, the pass defense is the softer part of the New Orleans Saints' defensive unit. Nonetheless, the game plan for the Miami Dolphins has to be to run the ball. The Saints are a more complete team than the Indianapolis Colts, but the Dolphins need to attack them the same way as they did the Colts in Week 2. The Miami Dolphins offense will have all kinds of trouble trying to k...Read More


Sizing up the Saints Part II: Top Ten Defense

October 23, 2009

It was no secret entering this season that the New Orleans Saints would have a high powered offense. However the major reason for their dominance so far in 2009 has been the massive improvement on the defensive side of the ball. Former Buffalo Bills head coach Gregg Williams has taken over as defensive coordinator for the Saints, and the improvement has been incredible. In 2008 the New Orleans Sai...Read More


Sizing up the Saints Part I: Top Ranked Offense

October 22, 2009

While the long term look of the Miami Dolphins schedule in 2009 has softened from what looked absolutely brutal in the preseason, their Week 7 matchup might be the toughest test they will face all season. Fresh off of giving the previously undefeated New York Giants a spanking that would make even a redheaded child's stepfather blush, the New Orleans Saints have asserted themselves as the best tea...Read More


Dolphins Updates Post Bye Week

October 19, 2009

After back to back big wins, the Miami Dolphins had a bye this past weekend and are gearing up for a big challenge on Sunday in Land Shark Stadium from the 5-0 New Orleans Saints, who have been flat out dominant thus far in 2009. We will have a full preview of the task in front of this hard charging Miami Dolphins team later in the week, but first some notes on what's going on at the Davie faci...Read More


Wildcat Runs Wild and Henne Looks Sharp in MNF Win

October 15, 2009

Land Shark Stadium was rocking on Monday night when the New York Jets came to town for a highly anticipated rivalry match, and the Miami Dolphins did not disappoint their fans. Following three quarters of a defensive struggle, the 4th quarter saw a back and forth offensive explosion that ended with a Ronnie Brown, game winning, 2-yard touchdown run out of the wildcat in the final ten seconds. Whil...Read More


Jets Dolphins Preview

October 12, 2009

This is one we have all been waiting months for. Rex Ryan not only used his Baltimore Ravens defense to confound the Miami Dolphins last year in the regular season and the playoffs, but also decided he needed to talk a little trash with Dolphins ILB Channing Crowder over the offseason; as if the fire of this rivalry needed to be fanned. The New York Jets will provide a formidable challenge for thi...Read More