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The Dolphins have pretty much mastered the art of the collapse against the Patriots, each meltdown more vexing than the last.
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The Patriots play the Dolphins in just a few hours, but let’s take you back to last week for a minute. That’s when QB Tom Brady launched a vicious spike against the Broncos after his TD. Well, TE Rob Gronkowski knows a thing or two about spiking. So while he was at a charity event this week, I asked him to critique it. After that, WR Deion Branch broke down Miami for a few minutes...
Jared Odrick posted on his Twitter account Wednesday that he and his Dolphins defensive line mates "made out like...
Dolphins left tackle Jake Long suffered a torn right biceps during Saturday's game, ESPN first reported Sunday morning. For Long, that likely will end a season that took a toll on him physically.
Wide receiver Wes Welker is good to go for today's game vs. Miami.
Welker was limited in practice by a knee ailment during the week, but was never in jeopardy of missing the game and the stud is fine to plug into fantasy lineups. As a side note, running back Shane Vereen is inactive for New England.
MIAMI -- Nearly two dozen former NFL players are suing the league over severe and permanent brain damage they say is linked to concussions suffered on the job. The complaint filed Thursday in Miami follows a similar one in Atlanta earlier this week. It is the latest in a series of recent lawsuits against the NFL by ex-players. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of ex-Miami Dolphins...
FOXBORO -- The Miami Dolphins believe Matt Moore is a starting-caliber NFL quarterback.
That's not my opinion....
Each week of the NFL season, Omar Kelly provides a special video preview of the Miami Dolphins’ upcoming game.
This week, Omar discusses how daunting a task the Dolphins face in trying to cover the Patriots’ tight end duo of Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez. He also talks about punter Brandon Fields, linebacker Cameron Wake, injured tackle Jake Long and wide receiver Brandon...
Well we have made it to week 16 and the 11-3, AFC East champion New England Patriots look to better their chances of home-field advantage in the playoffs. The Patriots also will be looking to build on their current six-game winning streak when the Miami Dolphins will head into Foxborough. The 5-9 Dolphins have had an up and down year with the downs out weighing the ups.
The New England Patriots emphasize playing well for 60 minutes every game. On Saturday, 30 was enough -- barely.
Miami Dolphins head coach Tom Bowles and various players comment on their game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, December 24, 2011.
The New England Patriots are in the playoffs for the ninth time in 11 years. The Miami Dolphins missed them for the ninth time in 10.
Both, though, have a lot at stake on Saturday with the Patriots going for a first-round bye and many Dolphins playing for jobs next season.