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Only a handful of players are having an impressive individual season for the Miami Dolphins in 2011, and Brandon Fields is at the top of that list.
Brandon Fields is having his best NFL season in 2011.
Fields, the team’s punter, is having a Pro Bowl worthy season, and he’s making me reconsider my stance that a punter or kicker shouldn’t be viewed as the team’s MVP.
Miami’s special teams unit has been dominant this season, and the field position Fields’ booming punts, and coffin corner punts has provided is a big part of that.
I remember watching him work on different drops he has during training camp and asked him about it. He blew my mind with the amount of technique that goes into punting a ball. He compared it to a golf swing.
“I’m comfortable with my swing now,” Fields said before the season.
His production is proof of that considering Fields has shattered both his career-best for punt average, and net average by three yards.
Fields ranks third in the NFL in punt yards (49.3). ...
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Ten South Florida families are bagging 500 worth of goodies thanks to the Miami Dolphins' Davone Bess and his teammates through the Bess Route Foundation.
"This is what the holiday spirit's all about," said Jason Taylor, #99.
Taylor said he doesn't like crowds so he usually avoids the mall, and figured he might not be much help navigating the aisles.
Todd Bowles is the interim head coach of the Miami Dolphins, and he probably doesn't care much how or why he got his first head coaching win — just that he got it.
That's good, because according to star (a less ridiculous label now than it would've been a year ago) running back Reggie Bush, the Dolphins got the win for their old coach more than their new one.
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - Jeff Ireland left the locker room about the same time several players on the victorious Dolphins...
"We must be the best team to start 0-7 (in NFL history)."
So said Miami Dolphins LB Kevin Burnett in the locker room following the team's 30-23 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. The win was Miami's fifth in seven games after the team lost its first seven to start the season.
The Dolphins have looked like a totally different team during that stretch, but...
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Reggie Bush’s decision to bolt from the Bayou to South Beach fairly can be characterized as a win-win. The New Orleans offense has functioned at an even higher level with Bush’s replacement, Darren Sproles. And Bush has achieved a level of performance that he previously hadn’t enjoyed in five seasons with the Saints. Most recently,…
NFL Week 1 2011 New England Patriots vs Miami Dolphins Highlights (by boymoy1985)
The Buffalo Bills couldn't get a hand on Reggie Bush. And the Miami Dolphins running back proved too slippery for the slick field, too.