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Miami Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby was asked yesterday, what he thought about the Suck for Luck campaign. You know, the campaign started by some Dolphins fans that actually root for the Dolphins to lose games. The hope is that enough losses will result in the Dolphins ‘winning’ the overall #1 pick and selecting Andrew Luck. [...]
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We all know about “Suck for Luck.” You can promote it, hate it, or be indifferent, but you have to acknowledge it. I do not care if you hate the idea or love it. I’m not even sure where I fall, but one thing I will not do is accuse “suck for Luck” Dolphin fans, [...]
There is only one reason the 0-5 Miami Dolphins sold out a home game this weekend in South Beach. His name is Tim Tebow.
Strangely enough, the Dolphins are honoring one of Tebow’s championship teams from the University of Florida during halftime. Perhaps when they set that up during the offseason, they knew this game would be significant.
It certainly is, especially for fantasy...
The Dolphins are slim favorites to beat the Broncos on Sunday at Sun Life Stadium, but that might change after the oddsmakers take a look at Miami's injury report.
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from the Dolphins’ 24-6 loss to the Jets on Monday Night: The Good * The run defense. Jets RBs Shonn Greene (3.5 ypc) and LaDainian Tomlinson (3.6 ypc) rushed for 99 yards on 28 carries, the first time the Dolphins’ run defense held opposing running backs under 4.0 [...]
Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey, a former teammate of Tim Tebow, says of the Denver quarterback: "If I have a daughter someday, that's the kind of guy I want her to marry."
Well, another "L" for the Dolphins after what some may say was a humiliating loss to the Jets monday night. Now what? What could be worse than an 0-5 start? Pretty much nothing it seems. Tony Sparano's now 25-28 record since his 2008 start with the Dolphins is not a number to be overjoyed about. Not to mention the fact that the Dolphins have now lost 8 straight...
Tim Tebow may face an injury-depleted Miami Dolphins secondary Sunday.
Tim Tebow just called into the media center at the Miami Dolphins facility here in Davie. Tebow, the Denver Broncos’ second-year quarterback, will be making his first start of the season on Sunday when the Dolphins host the Broncos.
Tebow’s start will coincide with the Dolphins’ “Gator Day” celebration, which will honor the University of Florida’s 2008 national championship...
The question on the mind of every fan of the Miami Dolphins these days is not if coach Tony Sparano will be fired,...