Found September 29, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
PLAYERS: Ryan Tannehill
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
Let’s not get too excited about Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins just yet. It’s rare for a team who went on a spending spree during free agency to start off well, but give credit to the Dolphins. Despite the fast start, don’t believe the hype and here’s why. Reason 1: The offensive line Ryan Tannehill has been sacked a league-leading 14 times in only three games. Sacked five times by the Colts’ defense, Tannehill wasn’t able to practice fully last week because of an injury to his right shoulder... Read more

Miami Dolphins can beat the Saints tonight, here is how

Tonight, the Miami Dolphins will face the New Orleans Saints, and both teams are undefeated.  When you look at the Saints roster, the thing that scares you the most is their tight end.  Jimmy Graham is an animal and has been tearing up teams left and right.  What the Dolphins will need to do to […]

A complete breakdown of the Dolphins next opponent; the Saints

The Miami Dolphins game against the New Orleans Saints is keeping me up later than I’d like to be. All I can say for sure it’s that I wish we would’ve played them last year instead of this year, but it is what it is thus we must move forward with our schedule. I took a look at this game 2 days ago, based on Miami’s success against Atlanta and now, as the Monday night game...

All the Dolphins do is score touchdowns

There are a variety of reasons why the Miami Dolphins are number one at red zone scoring efficiency this year with an 87.5% touchdown conversion rate.  The first reason is obvious and Brian Hartline describes it with just two words, “better players”.  Miami’s three scores on the road against the Indianapolis Colts outline are proof of a more explosive line-up. Photo Courtesy...

Can Miami Dolphins continue hot streak?

The Miami Dolphins are 3-0 for the first time since 2002, making it a very exciting time for both the organization and the fans. While this streak has shocked the nation, the team will have to face some difficult teams coming up this season. This Monday, the Dolphins will travel to New Orleans to face the undefeated Saints. The very next week, the Dolphins will face the defending...

Saints 38, Dolphins 17: Postgame takeaways & observations

The Miami Dolphins had a chance to enter the national conversation. That will have to wait. The Dolphins, playing their biggest game since a 2008 playoff affair, could have gone to 4-0 with a win Monday night at New Orleans. Alas, they lost 38-17. Turnovers started the onslaught. The Dolphins had little margin of error, and they had two pivotal turnovers in the first half that...

Pitiful Picks for week 4 of the NFL season

On this Miami Dolphins-less Sunday, we get to watch games from around the NFL.  The Dolphins might be playing, but rooting against other teams, that could be playoff competition, would be wise.  Yes, it’s still only week 4 in the NFL, but the Dolphins should be rooting for every NFC team that’s playing against an AFC team. They probably also want to root against the rest of...

Three keys to beating the New Orleans Saints

While tonight's matchup serves as a litmus test for the Miami Dolphins, the New Orleans Saints have the division secure by two games over their rival the Atlanta Falcons. The Dolphins absolutely need to play more than well in order to win the game. Here are three keys collectively for the offense and defense: 1. Quarterback play must be superb: Quarterback Ryan...

Jared Odrick does the Pee Wee Herman dance…again

Miami Dolphins lineman Jared Odrick sacked Drew Brees in the first quarter of Monday’s game against the Saints in New Orleans. To celebrate, he busted out the ol’ Pee Wee Herman dance. Strangely enough, as @WorldOfIsaac pointed out, it’s not the first time Odrick has gone that route. [@CJZero] The post Jared Odrick does the Pee Wee Herman dance…again appeared first on The Nosebleeds.

Dolphins lose big: 38-17 to Saints

  This wasn't the outcome the Miami Dolphins had in mind versus the New Orleans Saints.  For most Dolfans hovering over Twitter, this wasn't the type of lame duck performance they were looking for.  Not to mention, the Dolphins fans in Miami who are deliberating to buy an economical 3 game flex-pack to watch the Dolphins or a 10 game pack to watch the Heat.   ...

Miami Dolphins: 4 Keys to a Win Over the Saints

The Miami Dolphins are in a position they may or may not have thought they would be at the first corner post of the season.Three wins, possibly looking at four and challenging New England for the top spot in the AFC East and one of the top spots in the NFL makes them a target all other franchises are aiming at.Coming to New Orleans to continue an unbeaten streak is a pretty tall...

Miami Dolphins vs. New Orleans Saints Preview and Prediction

The surprising Miami Dolphins will take on the rejuvenated New Orleans Saints tonight at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. There’s no more fitting end to...

Week 4 AFC East game picks: Dolphins at Saints

Publisher Nick St. Denis, associate editor Dan Begnoche and senior contributor Sean Donovan pick the Miami Dolphins' primetime showdown with the also-undefeated New Orleans Saints.Sean's take:It's been nearly 18 years since the Dolphins last played in the Superdome, where they'll find one of the league's most unwelcoming environments Monday night. Any combination...

ZB Game of the Week: Dolphins at Saints

Heading into the season I would not have expected to be looking forward to this game as much as I am. The Saints were clearly going to be better than in 2012, but undefeated and dominant, particularly on defense, is unexpected. The Dolphins were also going to be better. But so far the fish have stuck right with New England for tops in the AFC East. Monday Night Football does not...

Dolphins Not Ready For Prime Time

The Miami Dolphins hopes of continuing the 2013 season undefeated were thwarted by an elite quarterback and a raucous crowd in the Superdome Monday night. Drew Brees using his patented pump fakes left the Miami defense guessing wrong all night. Miami’s Ryan Tannehill could not match Brees, faltering with 4 turnovers leading to two New Orleans scores. Poor play calling early...

Dolphins at Saints Preview:

Tonight the Miami Dolphins (3-0) head to New Orleans to face the Saints (3-0) in the battle of the unbeatens. Both teams have started the season much better than most would have guessed. The Saints defense has been playing very well and Miami has been playing good football all around. One team will fall from […]The post Dolphins at Saints Preview: by Tyler Norris appeared first...
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