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Three Dolphins Talking Points to get you through your Tuesday morning: 1. Chad Henne shouldn’t expect to return next year. Henne has been a good sport in his four years as a Dolphin. He’s been the target of much derision the past two years as his performance fell short of team and fan expectations, but [...]
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Former NFL QB Jim Miller said on 640 Sports that Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne “packed it in” after suffering a shoulder injury earlier this year. “Miller said Henne knew the Dolphins weren’t going to re-sign him and therefore he decided not to risk further injuring himself longterm.” If teams treat players like commodities, players should be able to treat their...
Chad Henne's season-ending shoulder injury seemingly ended his Miami Dolphins career. With free agency looming after the 2011 season, the Dolphins are not expected to bring Henne back in 2012. Instead, they will likely draft a new quarterback next April in groom him to hopefully become the next Dan Marino.
But Henne said Monday that he would like another shot to start for the...
The Dolphins got a cherry on the cake from their first win Sunday when quarterback Matt Moore was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week Wednesday. Moore completed 17-of-23 passes for 233 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. His passer rating of 147.5 ranked third in franchise history, behind Jay Fiedler’s 156 rating at [...]
Last Sunday Matt Moore did something for the Miami Dolphins nobody since Dan Marino’s done.
Not since a young No. 13 was roaming the field, darting passes all over the place to Mark Duper and Mark Clayton, had a quarterback performed so efficiently in a victory.
Moore completed 17 of 23 passes for 244 yards and threw three touchdown passes in the Dolphins’ 31-3 victory over...
Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week, proving that greatness resides in all of us if you dig deep enough.
With his season over due to injury and his future in Miami in question, Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne went on the record to defend his toughness and reiterated his desire to stay with the Dolphins long-term.
Matt Moore threw 3 TD passes Sunday; two went to Anthony Fasano and one to Brandon Marshall. What makes those plays even more startling is, each was thrown on first down. The previous 7 weeks saw a...
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- It didn't matter how big of a lead the Miami Dolphins built on the Kansas City Chiefs. It still wasn't enough to keep them from feeling jittery.
One of two winless teams left in the NFL, the Dolphins came into Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday with the cloud of two second-half collapses still hovering. They were also facing a Chiefs team that had mastered...
The Miami Dolphins had been searching for a way to avoid fourth-quarter meltdowns.
After all, they've been building leads all season and watched them disappear in the final period or overtime during a nightmare 0-7 start.
They tried a unique new approach Sunday afternoon in Kansas City, piling up a 31-3 lead over the Chiefs and at last smiling their way through the last...
The Miami Dolphins are no longer winless. Matt Moore threw for 244 yards and three touchdowns, Reggie Bush had 92 yards rushing and another score, and the Dolphins walloped the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-3, on Sunday.
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.
It took 9 weeks but in week 9 the Miami Dolphins have finally joined the NFL this season.
The Dolphins played by far and away their best game of the season dominating the Chiefs from beginning to end in every aspect of this game.
Whether it was Reggie Bush being used correctly and running up and down the field or it was Brandon Marshall proving maybe he does have some talent left...
The Miami Dolphins are no longer winless. Matt Moore threw for 244 yards and three touchdowns, Reggie Bush had 92 yards rushing and another score and the Dolphins walloped the Kansas City Chiefs 31-3 on Sunday.
The Miami Dolphins had endured seven straight losses, each one seemingly more disheartening than the last.
There was the one-point loss at Cleveland in Week 2, when the season still held so much promise. The 15-point lead that evaporated in an 18-15 overtime loss to Denver two weeks ago. The seven-point lead that went away last week in a 20-17 defeat to the New York Giants.
You were warned that at some points this Miami Dolphins team was going to explode on someone.
Tony Sparano’s squad had become the laughing stock of the NFL in 2011, and eventually they were going to shut someone up, and some opponent down.
This decent collection of talent - which admittedly had formed a bad winless team - possessed too much talent to not catch on opponent on...