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After struggling in the first six games of the season, Dolphins linebacker Kevin Burnett is becoming the playmaker the team envisioned.
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A trio of Dolphins talking points to jumpstart your Wednesday: 1. RT Marc Colombo showing signs of improvement. As the Dolphins’ season spiraled out of control during the seven-game losing streak, no player heard more grief from the fans than right tackle Marc Colombo, who came to Miami in July with a reputation for being [...]
Defensive end Jason Taylor is set to host the 3Cinteractive JT’s Ping-Pong Smash 8, one of his more popular charity events.
The event takes place Dec. 12 at Hard Rock Live. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Admission is a $5 donation to the Jason Taylor Foundation.
Many current and former Dolphins will participate in the event, a two-on-two, round-round tournament. Prior to the event,...
Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano has changed his ways.
After the Dolphins lost their first six games, Sparano eased up in his players' routine and solicited their feedback on how to improve the gloomy mood. He made practices later, shorter and less rigorous. He even altered the way the team stretched.
A dramatic turnaround came one week later. After starting 0-7, the Dolphins...
When is a win really a loss? When you’re the Miami Dolphins, and you started the season 0-7, and you don’t have a realistic shot at the playoffs, and your fan base wants you to draft a franchise quarterback in next April’s draft. Sunday’s 34-14 win over Oakland was fun to watch, but it proved [...]
I’ve got my reservations about Tony Sparano just like everyone else.
Has Tony Sparano blossomed as a head coach?
The Miami Dolphins head coach is TOO STUBBORN, especially when it comes to his offensive line (OH…you better not bring that group up to this supposed O-line guru).
Sparano’s not good with click management or timeouts, and his game management needs work.
=youtube_gdata_player] Taking It To The House lead writer Matt Lombardo was on the scene at Novacare on Wednesday as the Eagles began preparation for their week 14 game against the Miami Dolphins. As the season comes down the home stretch, the Eagles are not mathematically eliminated from the playoffs at 4-8, but the pressure is mounting [...]
Oakland native MC Hammer went to the Miami Dolphins game this weekend ... and watched his beloved Raiders get stomped on by the fish brigade. He also set the stage for our TMZ PHOTO CAPTION-O-RAMA!! Submit your entries in the comments section from now…
In order for the Titans to reach the playoffs, they will require some help from their friends. After devising a complex chain of events, I realized I overlooked the most obvious supporting game: Raiders vs. Dolphins.
Every week during the season, we’ll scout out the Eagles next opponent. This week, that opponent is the Miami Dolphins.
The Opponent: The Miami Dolphins
Record: 4-8, but a cagey 4-8!
The Line: Dolphins by 3.
Last Game: A mammoth 34-14 curb-stomping of the Raiders that knocked Oakland out of first place in the AFC West. The Dolphins held the Raiders to just 46 yards rushing...
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?
Dec 11, 1:00 PM | Grass of Sun Life Stadium
Philadelphia Eagles vs Miami Dolphins Odds
The Philadelphia Eagles continue their depressing 2011 campaign in Miami this week as small road underdogs against the resurgent Dolphins.
And if history repeats itself, this will be a Philly victory as they are 5-0 ATS past 5 games vs the Dolphins.