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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…
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What a finish, the 2011 Miami Dolphins are roaring to the finish line, not vice versa, with a screeching halt.
Not since Coach Tony Sparano and QB Chad Pennington took the AFC by storm in 2008 have the Dolphins played with this much vigor, talent, and vitality.
After another sound defeat of the AFC West leading Oakland Raiders the ‘Fins have come into the latter half...
We’re going to try something new this week during the Miami Dolphins game. At 1pm we’ll use this live thread to discuss the Dolphins game, as it’s happening! We’ll talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly from the Dolphins/Raiders game, following along in the comments section. Check back early and often and let [...]
Don Shula is using a wheelchair but hopes to be playing golf again soon. The NFL Hall of Fame coach took part in a pregame ceremony Sunday honoring Miami Dolphins Hall of Famers before the teams game against Oakland. Shula rose from his chair with assistance to unveil a new plaque in the walkway of the stadium entrance. My back is bothering me a little bit, and its tough for...
MIAMI - These wins probably will not end up doing much more than hurt the team's draft position in the end, but...
It’s hard to imagine there has ever been a 4-8 team in NFL history playing any better than the Miami Dolphins are right now. Miami dismantled Oakland 34-14 on Sunday in a game that was 34-0 before the Raiders added two meaningless touchdowns late in the game. Think about what Miami has accomplished since starting…
When it came time to sink or swim in Sunday’s matchup against the Miami Dolphins, the Oakland Raiders chose the former, as they went on to lose 34-14.
There are so many ways to dissect this game you can basically take your pick. Losing to an inferior team (even though the Dolphins were playing good football as of late, but still), not being able to establish a running game, allowing...
On a day decorated in wistful nostalgia, the Dolphins on Sunday treated their fans to something else that stirred the memory, like a dear friend seldom seen and nearly forgotten who suddenly reappears: Good, old-fashioned dominance.
The Raiders land in Miami to face a rejuvenated Dolphins team. It was a few short weeks ago Tony Sparano was on the chopping block. Now, after winning three of the last four, Sparano’s team looks to play spoiler in the AFC. The Dolphins are finding out what they have in quarterback Matt Moore, the defense is [...]
The Miami Dolphins had lost their first seven games this season, but Raiders head coach Hue Jackson had told anyone who asked that Miami is a good football team.
“I’m expecting a team that’s really good,” he told the Bay Area News Group’s Jerry McDonald Saturday. “The one with the balanced attack that’s a really good team. What they did earlier in the year has nothing...
MIAMI There was no subtlety or nuance involved in the Raiders' 34-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
Joe Rimkus Jr. Miami Herald
Raiders tight end Kevin Boss reaches for a pass intercepted by Miami's Kevin Burnett, who scored on a 34-yard return.
The Miami Dolphins will be the team to watch this Sunday as they will upset the AFC West leading Oakland Raiders.
• Impact player: Kicker Dan Carpenter returned from injury to make an immediate impact. He kicked field goals of 48 and 33 yards in the first quarter to give the Dolphins a 6-0 lead.
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?