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New York Jets
Last year, Jimmy Wilson, 7th round pick out of Montana, was given the opportunity of a lifetime, start at cornerback versus the Cleveland Browns in week 2. Needless to say, Wilson played well with an interception, but the excitement was tempered as he allowed his man, Mohamed Massaqoui to get over and above him on a fade route in the corner in the end zone for the go-ahead touchdown. From everything that Wilson has been through in his past, getting beat by Massoqoui was not as critical. Getting second chances has been something that Wilson has earned and he’s shown why the Dolphins would express confidence in him as a person and as a player on the team. Wilson is an older second year player because of stint he did in jail after high school. Wilson has shown exactly why he is on this roster, he makes plays and has been a model citizen.
Fast forward to this season, during training camp, Kevin Coyle and Head Coach Joe Philbin made it clear that Wilson woul...
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The Dolphins went into Indy with a 3 game winning streak a 4-3 record and sky high with confidence, they left 4-4. First things first, The Sky isn’t falling! The season isn’t over! After a very tough loss against a potential playoff contender the Dolphins fan base came back to reality. After a tough loss like the Dolphins suffered its time to sit back and...
Tweet Remember when Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush used to routinely make defenders look silly at USC? Well, Reggie has still got it, as he proved on this sick move to shake the Indianapolis Colts defense for a TD: That’s as good a cut as you will ever see in football. I guess all that [...]
Reggie Bush jumped in a Deloreon and cranked it up to 55 miles per hour on Sunday.
Bush has looked like a new player ever since he was traded to Miami, but against the Colts, he looked like his old self again when he stutter stepped his way to an 18-yard touchdown run. The only thing missing was his patented flip into the end zone. The Dolphins still couldn'...
Terry Bradshaw expressed remorse for a joke he made on Sunday while reading a halftime highlight of Reggie Bush scoring a touchdown.
Bradshaw was describing a highlight of the Dolphins running back scoring against the Colts when he said to co-host Jimmy Johnson, “look at this Jimmy, like he was chasing that bucket of chicken that the wind was blowing the other day.”
During halftime of the early NFL games yesterday, Fox’s Terry Bradshaw made the comment that Dolphins running back Reggie Bush was running like he was chasing a bucket of chicken. During the highlight, you can hear Bradshaw say
“Look at this Jimmy, like he was chasing that bucket of chicken that the wind was blowing the other day.”
While the comment sounds extremely racist...
A historic NFL matchup may come down to a game time decision on Sunday as Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was limited once again at practice on Friday and is listed as questionable on the injury report. If Tannehill is able to suit up against fellow first round pick Andrew Luck, it would be the first game between two rookie quarterbacks taken in the first ten picks with a winning...
Tweet Every so often a sports television personality makes a comment or joke that doesn’t go over quite as well as they initially planned. Fox NFL analyst Terry Bradshaw had one of these moments Sunday. When describing Reggie Bush’s impressive cutback run for a touchdown, Bradshaw appears to say that Bush was running like he [...]
Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill (bruised knee) is active and will start Sunday against the Colts.Fantasy Spin:Employ Tannehill as you usually would. Injured wideout Brian Hartline (groin) is also available for the Dolphins. He had been a game-time decision.
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If the NFL season ended today, the Miami Dolphins would have earned one of the AFC’s two wildcard playoff berths, based in part by the strong play of rookie QB Ryan Tannehill. As the Dolphins prepare to take on the Indianapolis Colts, Miami might have to take the field without Tannehill this week.
ESPN’s Ed Werder confirmed on Friday that Tannehill is indeed a 50-50 bet to start...
Andrew Luck was sensational.
Ryan Tannehill was pretty darn good, too.
All that really mattered to the Colts was that Chuck Pagano was there to see a great duel between the rookie quarterbacks.
In a game that will be remembered for the quarterbacks' head-to-head matchup, Indianapolis gave Pagano an unforgettable memory in his first trip back to Lucas Oil Stadium since being...