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Yea, the Miami Dolphins are 0–7 , their coach is about to get fired and they are sucking 4 luck. That doesn’t make their cheerleader Lilly Robbins any less hot.
The Kansas City Chiefs didn't have one of their memorable performances this week as they lost to the Miami Dolphins who got their first win all season.
However, Kansas City running back Dexter McCluster gets high marks for this impressive leap over a Dolphins defender:
Miami Dolphins defensive back Vontae Davis has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.Davis is dealing with a hamstring injury that has kept him out of the lineup since Week 6. The winless Dolphins are considering whether to put the veteran left cornerback on injured reserve.Rookie Jimmy Wilson, a seventh-round pick of the Dolphins, will likely get another...
The report that Dolphins cornerback Vontae Davis was left home for Sunday’s game after getting into a scrap with receiver Brandon Marshall caused many to wonder why it was Davis and not Marshall who was left behind. The latest from Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald sheds some light on the situation. Per Salguero, the…
Vontae Davis was back home in South Florida when the Dolphins won their first game of the season, left there for what was termed a non-injury reason.
Chiefs safety Kendrick Lewis, a second-year player hidden at times last year behind the Pro Bowl season of Eric Berry, has emerged this season as one of the team's more dependable defenders. Berry, of course, suffered a torn knee ligament early in the Chiefs' first regular-season game, ending his season. That left the team with a group of unproven safeties, turning one of...
Daniel Thomas will play for the Dolphins on Sunday after missing Miami's previous game against the New York Giants. Thomas has been battling hamstring issues for much of the season.
Matt Moore threw for 244 yards and three touchdowns, Reggie Bush had 92 yards rushing and another score and the Miami Dolphins won their first game of the season in a big way, 31-3 over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.