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Dolphins Giants Preview

October 28, 2011

All-time Series: New York leads, 4-2

Last Meeting: Giants won 13-10 in London in 2007

The schedule doesn’t seem to be getting any kinder to the Miami Dolphins, who are heading to MetLife Stadium for the second time in three weeks to take on another NY powerhouse, this time the New York Giants. The Giants, led by Eli Manning, are currently sitting atop the NFC East with a 4...Read More

Changes on the way?

October 27, 2011

Are changes brewing for the Miami Dolphins? After an 0-6 start to the season, it’s no wonder that fans and members of the media would start to focus on what the Fins can do differently from here on out to start winning some football games. But are those changes just rumors, or should we expect some shakeup in South Florida soon? It’s all speculation at this point, but there are a fe...Read More

Daniel Thomas

October 24, 2011

The Miami Dolphins haven’t exactly delivered stellar season records in the past decade. Beside a brief glimmer of hope in 2008, the team has lacked excellence in almost every position. But hoping to bring some depth to the running back position this year is NFL rookie Daniel Thomas who was taken by the Fins as the 62nd overall pick in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Unfortunately,...Read More

Rushing Into Greatness

October 22, 2011

Coming into the season, there was a lot of emphasis put on the Miami Dolphins’ running game, particularly after longtime vets Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams left the team in favor of Reggie Bush and rookie Daniel Thomas. After six weeks of the NFL season, how has the overhaul worked for the Dolphins? Keep reading to find out!

Before you read more about the Dolphins’ running...Read More


October 20, 2011

Fundamentals For the Miami Dolphins, their 0-5 record can be traced back to one thing – fundamentals… or, in some cases, a lack of fundamentals. Every fan knows that there are just a few things you need to do well to succeed in the game of football – have a good quarterback who runs an efficient offense, a defense that make big stops in clutch situations, limit your team&rsqu...Read More

Dolphins Fall to Jets, 24 - 6

October 19, 2011

For the Miami Dolphins, it was the same story; trouble with their red zone offense, lapses in defense, costly mistakes at bad times, and finally, a quarterback that was inconsistent.

In fact, the story began to unfold just like it has in the Fins’ previous four games right from the beginning of the contest. Working with a short field, Miami made it all the way to the Jets’ 5...Read More

Dolphins-Jets Preview

October 17, 2011

Dolphins/Jets Preview

SERIES RECORD: Miami leads 47-43-1

LAST MEETING: At New York on Dec. 12, 2010; Dolphins 10, Jets 6

The Miami Dolphins look to break their unbeaten streak this year with a trip to the Big Apple Monday night to take on the New York Jets. Will this game turn out like the last time the Fins visited the Jets? You can be there in person to find out, becau...Read More

Dolphins Get Back To Work

October 13, 2011

Miami Dolphins Head Coach Tony Sparano, in his first interview with the media after the Dolphins had four days off to rest during their bye week, said that the biggest point of emphasis for the Fins over the long weekend was to identify what has gone wrong so far in the 2011 season. Unfortunately for him, there was a lot of pinpoint, the biggest of which being the entire Dolphins defense, parti...Read More

Suck for Luck?

October 10, 2011

Miami Dolphins fans have been clamoring for good news, and they got it this week – the Fins didn’t lose. Of course, that’s because they had a bye week on their schedule, but nonetheless, a week gone by without a loss should be considered a success when your team is 0-4. OK, with all kidding aside, Dolphins fans truly have been seeking news to lift their spirits after the team...Read More

Henne Out For The Season

October 07, 2011

Playing in the power-packed AFC East, the Miami Dolphins are used to not getting any breaks. But this time, the Fins’ misfortune came at the cost of the team’s starting quarterback, not in the form of an opposing team, when Miami QB Chad Henne announced Thursday that he was opting to undergo season-ending shoulder surgery after seeking a second opinion on his separated shoulder. The...Read More