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Tonight the Miami Dolphins showed why 10 days of preparation can be a negative thing,as well distractions from the media and an unquestionnable amount of pressure to win as a young team with high expectations. The Dolphins riding high off a big win versus the Cincinnati Bengals came out flat early trailing 15-0 at the start of the second quarter. Clearly, the Dolphins seemed de-railed early on after being collectively punched in the mouth by Mike Glennon testing the secondary and Mike James running for 38 yards on the openning drive before leaving because of a fractured ankle.
After a safety by the Lavonte David of the Bucs stuffing a shuffling Daniel Thomas in the end zone, the momentum in the game appeared to shift in favor of the Tampa Bay.
However, tonight we saw the emergence of Rishard Matthews catching two touchdowns and had 11 receptions for 120 yards.
The big stat of the night was the Miami Dolphins rushing offense that failed to pick up a first d...
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Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland said he had high hopes for WR Rishard Matthews in 2013. Matthews, a 2012 seventh-round pick out of Nevada, who played in eight games as a rookie, starting the season finale. Matthews showed “route-running chops” and “deceptive vertical speed.” Well tonight he has been the guy that shined, not the man […]
According to Mike Silver of the NFL Network, Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland and head coach Joe Philbin aren’t expected to survive the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito saga.
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The Dolphins need to make a decision on Richie Incognito, and they have less than three weeks to decide his future.
According to Pro Football Talk, a few playoff contenders will also be monitoring the status of Incognito’s future with the Dolphins as well.
Per a league source with knowledge of the situation, Incognito’s suspension for conduct detrimental to the Dolphins is indefinite...
The issues that continue to revolve around the Miami Dolphins and the alleged bullying incidents between offensive linemen Ritchie Incognito and Jonathan Martin will not go away anytime soon.As the Dolphins took the field Monday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the firestorm still brewing from an incident that was uncovered a week ago was still burning brightly and even open...
Bill CowherIf the Miami Dolphins want to immediately fix the mess that Jeff Ireland and Joe Philbin allowed to take place in the team’s clearly dysfunctional locker room, they should hire fomer NFL GM Charlie Casserly, (even in something of a consultant role if he doesn't want to work full-time).Jon GrudenNext, the Fins should actively pursue either Bill Cowher or Jon Gruden...
Former NFL tight end Shannon Sharpe completely went off on the Miami Dolphins during CBS Sports pregame NFL show.
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All the NFL pre game shows of course covered the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito situation. One of more interesting exchanges about it came on ESPN’s pregame show where Mike Ditka gave his unique opinion about the situation:
“I want to say one thing,” he said, according to Pro Football Talk. “If I was the coach, I wouldn’t have either Incognito, the bully, or the baby...
Former NFL head coach Mike Ditka spoke about the Richie Incognito bullying situation during ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown and gave a unique take. Rather than blasting Incognito for allegedly bullying Jonathan Martin like most other analysts have done, Ditka said he would not want either player in his locker room. “I want to say one […]
Watch the extended version of the Jay Glazer exclusive interview with Richie Incognito.
Here now, highlights of the interview:
Incognito: You can ask anybody in the Miami Dolphins locker room who had Jon Martin’s back the absolute most. And they will undoubtedly tell you, me.
Incognito: Jon never showed signs that football was getting to him, um, the locker room was getting to...
Richie Incognito has been the hot topic in the NFL recently, so it’s understandable why Mike Tirico had this slip up. Tirico mixed up a Mike Pouncey 15-yard personal foul penalty with Richie Incognito during the Miami Dolphins Monday Night Football game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Incognito is inactive for the game and likely won’t be playing another down in the NFL for his...
Mike Tirico did perhaps the inevitable tonight on MNF.
With Incognito-Martin being all over the headlines in the sports world, it shouldn’t come as a shock when Mike Tirico just assumed a flag on Miami was the fault of a very suspended Richie Incognito. A sports Freudian slip, if you will.
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Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin has no control over his locker room. When the Miami Dolphins hired former Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin as the team’s new head coach prior too the 2012 season, I though the Fins made a good hire. During his short tenure, Philbin has shown himself to be very capable in his new position – until now that is.My one and...
Classic slip-up. Mike Tirico has seemingly forgot that offensive linemen Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito are no longer with the Miami Dolphins on Monday night against the Buccaneers. Honest mistake, but still very funny.
Tampa got its first win of the season edging Miami 22-19.
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