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It’s hard to imagine there has ever been a 4-8 team in NFL history playing any better than the Miami Dolphins are right now. Miami dismantled Oakland 34-14 on Sunday in a game that was 34-0 before the Raiders added two meaningless touchdowns late in the game. Think about what Miami has accomplished since starting…
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The Oakland Raider - Miami Dolphin games have lost a little luster over the years but these two teams don’t like each other. It goes way back… In the 1974 AFC Divisional Playoff Game, Miami was about...
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What a finish, the 2011 Miami Dolphins are roaring to the finish line, not vice versa, with a screeching halt.
Not since Coach Tony Sparano and QB Chad Pennington took the AFC by storm in 2008 have the Dolphins played with this much vigor, talent, and vitality.
After another sound defeat of the AFC West leading Oakland Raiders the ‘Fins have come into the latter half...
MIAMI - These wins probably will not end up doing much more than hurt the team's draft position in the end, but...
This week the Raiders travel to Miami to face the 3-8 Dolphins. Both teams have been hot of late with the Raiders winning three in a row and the Dolphins winning three of their last four games. The Dolphins seem to have found ways to win lately after starting the season 0-7.
Underdog to the rescueThe Raiders are currently in first in the AFC West while the 3-8 Dolphins are in...
It’s understandable some people believe the future at quarterback for the Dolphins will be on their own sideline Sunday. Matt Moore, a revelation who went from untested backup to effective-enough starter, suggests he is improving with every snap, and given enough chances, he just might be the answer to Miami’s decade-long quarterback question.
On a day decorated in wistful nostalgia, the Dolphins on Sunday treated their fans to something else that stirred the memory, like a dear friend seldom seen and nearly forgotten who suddenly reappears: Good, old-fashioned dominance.
MIAMI There was no subtlety or nuance involved in the Raiders' 34-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
Joe Rimkus Jr. Miami Herald
Raiders tight end Kevin Boss reaches for a pass intercepted by Miami's Kevin Burnett, who scored on a 34-yard return.
The Miami Dolphins had lost their first seven games this season, but Raiders head coach Hue Jackson had told anyone who asked that Miami is a good football team.
“I’m expecting a team that’s really good,” he told the Bay Area News Group’s Jerry McDonald Saturday. “The one with the balanced attack that’s a really good team. What they did earlier in the year has nothing...
The Miami Dolphins will be the team to watch this Sunday as they will upset the AFC West leading Oakland Raiders.
What do Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Tony Romo, Matt Schaub, Eli Manning, Alex Smith, Ben Roethlisberger and Matt Stafford all have in common with the Dolphins Matt Moore?