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Dolphins Ready for Monday Night Football

September 23, 2009

For 40 years now, NFL fans have had their Monday evenings brightened with a marquee matchup on national television. From the glory days of Howard Cosell, Frank Gifford, and Dandy Don Meredith to the dark season that saw Dennis Miller in the booth, the Miami Dolphins have been a part of some of the greatest Monday Night Football showdowns in its 40 year history. Be it the glory of denying the Chica...Read More


Defense Gears up to Face Manning

September 23, 2009

Anytime Peyton Manning is under center against your team, you have to be worried about the defense slowing him down. Though he does not have the arsenal of weapons he once did, the ever dangerous quarterback is still a threat to hang a high number on any defense. The Miami Dolphins can take some solace in the fact that last week they virtually halted a defense that although does not have as acc...Read More


Offensive Line Looks to Improve in Week 2

September 23, 2009

After spending much of the afternoon chasing Atlanta Falcon defenders that had flown by, the Miami Dolphins offensive line knows an improvement is needed when the Indianapolis Colts come to Land Shark Stadium on Monday night. Jake Long might have even less time for rest in this game than the last, with Colts DE Dwight Freeney at least as dominant a pass rusher as the Falcons' John Abraham.
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Defense impresses despite loss

September 15, 2009

Yesterday we discussed the issues the Miami Dolphins face on the offensive side of the ball in their 19-7 loss in Atlanta on Sunday. Today we will look at the defense, which looked very promising in many aspects following Sunday's game.

The rush defense was phenomenal, holding Michael Turner to 65 yards, more than 20 of which came on a garbage time drive, on 22 carries. Turner averaged...Read More


Offense struggles in opener loss

September 14, 2009

It takes a big man to admit his mistakes, and both Jake Long and we here at the Miami Dolphins Tickets Blog are stepping up to accept our blame. The Miami Dolphins' star left tackle got beaten for two sacks and was laid out so flat by John Abraham on one play that calling it a pancake would be far too thick of analogy. In the post game interviews Long was quick to admit his mistakes, saying he too...Read More


NFL has arrived

September 12, 2009

After 8 painful months of scouring the internet for information about your beloved team, on Sunday all you will have to do is turn on the TV. While there is still another week before you can bust out your Miami Dolphins tickets and come down to Land Shark Stadium, when the Fins take on the Atlanta Falcons in the Georgia Dome this weekend we will finally get to see our team begin to defend its AFC...Read More


More Roster Moves

September 11, 2009

After the surprising signing of rookie and potential sleeper TE Davon Drew when David Martin was unexpectedly put on the IR, it was quickly changed on Wednesday, as the Miami Dolphins injury waived Drew and signed OL Nate Garner from the practice squad. Garner was a final cut from the Miami roster after a strong preseason, but made it through waivers and landed on the practice squad. This roster d...Read More


Dolphins Make Final Cuts

September 10, 2009

After weeks of speculating and attempting to analyze who would stay and go at the bottom of the Miami Dolphins roster, the adjustments and cuts were finally made on September 5th. With questions lingering until the 11th hour as to whether the Dolphins would keep an extra linebacker, running back, wide receiver or tight end, the final moves were interesting. While we had long thought Anthony Armstr...Read More


Ricky wants to retire a Dolphin

September 04, 2009

Though there were no reports of it in the last few months, Ricky Williams told the Miami Herald on Wednesday that he signed a one year contract extension this offseason and now plans to retire in a Miami Dolphins uniform when it expires after 2010. While his move to retire to a cabin to smoke weed, study holistic medicine, and play the bongos 5 years ago was a surprise, he has now made his intenti...Read More


Miami Dolphins Holding Auditions for 2nd WR

September 03, 2009

While the Miami Dolphins have no shortage of talent at wide receiver, the biggest question mark dangling on the end of the roster is who will start opposite Ted Ginn Jr. at wide receiver? Greg Camarillo and Davone Bess were both steady in 2008, each catching 50+ balls for 550+ yards; however it appears rookie 4th round pick Brian Hartline has emerged as a serious player in the battle for the numbe...Read More