Found April 08, 2012 on Football Nation:
The Miami Dolphins have had issues at the quarterback position ever since Dan Marino retired. Chad Pennington had a good year for them and Jay Fiedler wasn't terrible, however it stops there. Four long years ago the Dolphins passed on Matt Ryan to select left tackle Jake Long with the first overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft. They continued on to the second round where they took Chad Henne. Fast forward to today - Long has established himself as one of the best offensive linemen in the game, however Miami’s quarterback issue seems nearly impossible to solve. With only 31 touchdowns and 37 interceptions, most Dolphins fans were happy to see Henne leave for Jacksonville this offseason. When Henne went down with an injury early in 2011, his replacement, Matt Moore, played well going 6-6 with a quarterback rating of 87.1. Moore was involved in a few close losses including a three point loss to the Giants, a three point loss to the Patriots and a one point loss to the Cowboys....

Mock Draft: Thoughts on who the Dolphins should select

The Miami Dolphins are on the clock in 2 and a half weeks….It will finally be the time to stop guessing and wondering who the Dolphins will select in the 2012 NFL Draft.  So, it’s now time to take a look at our first ever Miami Dolphins mock draft.  Many sites do mock drafts, which [...]

Dolphins decisions: Tannehill & Perry or Coples/Ingram & Weeden

We’ve talked a lot recently about who the Miami Dolphins should draft with the #8 pick.  We’ve told you about Ryan Tannehill and Brandon Weeden being possible targets as the Dolphins QB of the future.  But, the Dolphins draft won’t end after they pick a quarterback (wherever that might be).  Getting a QB of the [...]

Patriots interested in free agent safety

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Miami Dolphins like Tommy Streeter

In the NFL Draft, teams often find themselves drafting players close to home. This phenomenon is not about it being easier to cultivate local talent, it’s about building a relationship with players.   It just happens to be, that in most cases, college players are more apt to build pipeline relationships with teams close to [...]

Brock Osweiler visiting the Dolphins

On Monday, Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler menionted on his Twitter feed that he had just landed in Miami, Florida.  He’s clearly there to visit with the Dolphins, who could end up taking him in this year’s draft. Osweiler has the physical tools to be a good NFL quarterback, but since he is coming out of school a year early and is clearly not ready to play right away...

2012 NFL Draft: Miami Dolphins Planning On Trading Up in Draft?

“With the eighth pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select…” Seriously. Does anyone have a clue in the world what this team is going to do in the draft? It isn’t as if anything else they have talked about doing over the past couple of years has panned out for Miami. If it did, then either Jim Harbaugh or Jeff Fisher would be coaching Peyton Manning...

Did the Miami Dolphins really “miss out” on head coach Jeff Fisher?

The Miami Dolphins have been under the microscope this offseason, getting tagged with the “dysfunctional” label by several pundits. As the dust has settled in the first phase of free agency this season, the questions need to be asked whether or not this is a team which is crazy like a fox, or simply, crazy? The possible moves by the Dolphins this offseason have been...

Former Dolphins Safety Yeremiah Bell to Remain in AFC East to Play Against Miami?

Former Miami Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell may not need too much more time to find a new NFL team to play for in 2012, and it appears as if he may not even have to leave the division. After being released by the Dolphins, Bell has reportedly been courted by the New England Patriots and New York Jets, as well as the Philadelphia Eagles. While the Jets signed LaRon Landry...

A Few Round Two Potential Dolphin Prospects

Ok, so now that you've gauged your preferred angle of approach to round one lets take a look at who we fans think might help the Miami Dolphins in round 2. WR Mohamed Sanu Rutgers Jr, 6-2, 211,... Come here for the best Miami Dolphins blog on the web. We have all of the most up to date new and opinions on the Dolphins organization for its fans.

Scouting Report: S Tyrell Johnson

The Dolphins' latest free agent acquisition is safety Tyrell Johnson, who joined the team after spending the last four seasons with the Minnesota Vikings. To get the lowdown on Johnson, we checked in with Viking Update publisher Tim Yotter.

The NFL Draft just 17 days away !

Sorry we haven’t been on our A game as of late, however there hasn’t been much to report on in Dolphins land. Recent Dolphins buzz includes a tweet from the Arizona QB who tweeted, RT @BrockOsweiler Just landed in Miami...excited about my visit with the Dolphins! For Dolphins fans who don’t know Brock, think Chad Henne but maybe even a little worse. A second round pick would...
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