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BY NICK ST. DENISWe knew defensive tackle Paul Soliai was unlikely to take the field this weekend. We also knew cornerback Dimitri Patterson was likely a no-go, as well.What we didn't know, however, was that two of the Miami Dolphins' most important offensive players -- receiver Mike Wallace and center Mike Pouncey -- were only 50 percent possibilities for the team's home opener against the Atlanta Falcons.Both were listed as questionable on Friday's official injury report after being limited in practice. Both also had participated fully all week before Friday. Here's the full slate of injuries for the Dolphins and Falcons:DOLPHINSOutCB Dimitri Patterson (groin), DT Paul Soliai (knee) did not practice.QuestionableS Chris Clemons (hamstring), QB Pat Devlin (ankle), LB Koa Misi (knee), C Mike Pouncey (ankle), WR Mike Wallace (groin).ProbableCB Will Davis (toe), LB Dannell Ellerbe (ribs), T Nate Garner (shoulder), G John Jerry (knee), DE Dion Jordan (shoulder), QB R...
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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace has been listed as question for Sunday's matchup with the Atlanta Falcons after being limited in practice Friday. Wallace was dealing with a groin injury in the preseason and it looks to have been reaggravated during Wednesday's practice...
Ryan Tannehill – QB – Miami Dolphins (vs. Atlanta Falcons) I really think this game will be high scoring. I don’t have to tell you to start Matty Ice but Ryan Tannehill should have quite the game himself. The Falcons are banged up on defense as Left End Kroy Biermann tore his Achilles last week, Linebacker Sean Weatherspoon is out and Cornerback Asante Samuel is banged up....
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Paul Soliai and cornerback Dimitri Patterson have been ruled out of Sunday's game against Atlanta because of injuries.
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill participated fully in practice Friday and is listed as probable with a right shoulder injury. Receiver Mike Wallace (groin) and center Mike Pouncey (ankle) were both limited after...
The Miami Dolphins take on the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. Porpoises (yes I know it is a technically inaccurate term for a Dolphin) versus birds. Moreover, the Dolphins are acting like the Jets listing 16 players on their Week 3 injury report. 16 flipping players! Man, throw me some chum and cut out this glum. Did head coach Joe Philbin get wind that a New Englander does...
Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace (groin) will play Sunday against the Falcons, according to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com.Fantasy Spin:A Dolphins source says that Wallace is "fine." After a quiet Week 1 against Joe Haden and the Browns, a frustrated Wallace complained about his role and ended up seeing 11 passes thrown his way in Week 2 against the Colts. He had nine catches...
Dolphins defensive tackle Paul Soliai (knee) and cornerback Dimitri Patterson (groin) both key starters are listed as "out" for Sunday's game against Atlanta.
That could be a boost for the Falcons who will be without five injured starters when they visit Sun Life Stadium.
The good news for Dolphins fans is quarterback Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) was upgraded to probable...
BY NICK ST. DENISMike Wallace kicked off his Miami Dolphins tenure in uninspiring fashion, catching just one pass and pouting after the game despite his team getting a big season-opening victory.Wallace followed that up with a career weekend, amassing 115 yards and a touchdown as the Dolphins improved to 2-0. Then his attitude improved.Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said earlier in the...
It hasn't been since 2002 since the Dolphins have opened the season 3-0. With wins over the Browns in week 1 and the Colts in week 2, the Dolphins will attempt a 3-0 start this weekend against the Falcons. If they succeed, it will be the first time they go 3-0 since 2002. The Dolphins come off a 24-20 win from the Indianapolis Colts. Injury Report as of FridayFrom NFL.com...
The day was September 21st, 2008 as the 0-2 Miami Dolphins arrived in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Miami was coming off of a 31-10 blowout loss in Arizona and entered Week 3 of the 2008 season having lost 20 of their last 21 football games.
2008: Dolphins 38, Patriots 13 (Boston.com)
The New England Patriots were fresh off of a perfect regular season and had won seven straight...
This past weekend, a Dolphins fan named Joshua Grayson ended up getting into a heat argument with his friend who is a Jets fan.
His friend allegedly poked him in the forehead and said the Dolphins “lose all the time.”
It sounds like Grayson then flipped out and slammed his buddy’s head into the driveway about 15 times, which ended up landing him in the hospital.
Last week: 21
The Dolphins are 2-0 and could definitely be 3-0 in a week if they beat the banged up Falcons in Miami, but they’re more likely to be this year’s Arizona (4-0 in 2012) or Buffalo (3-0 in 2011) than a legitimate playoff contender. I don’t think they’re going to be as bad as either of those two teams ended up, but they’ve played a very easily schedule through...
The Miami Dolphins host the Atlanta Falcons in the team's home opener at Sun Life Stadium in Week 3 of the 2013 NFL season.
2-0 Miami will face their toughest test of the young campaign when they take on 1-1 Atlanta, a team many believe are Super Bowl contenders. The Dolphins surprising start makes this one of the more anticpated matchups of the week.
The key injuries...
This win will tell us a lot about where the Miami Dolphins are in the NFL.
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If you like offense, passing offense to be exact, the game against the Falcons and Dolphins could prove to be a very exciting contest.With Matt Ryan’s cannon arm and his cast of characters to throw to and Ryan Tannehill, who is becoming one of the elite passers in this league, the chance to see over 600 yards in passing offense is very real.Now that the Falcons running back Steven...