Found November 08, 2012 on
The Football Fan Spot:
Last week: 12 (-2)
In spite of a close road loss in a previously underrated Colts team, the Dolphins are still legitimate playoff contenders and if history is any indication, they’re more likely to make it than some other borderline playoff teams in the AFC right now, other than San Diego. Every year, 5 new playoff teams make the playoffs that didn’t make it the year before, dating back 17 straight years. I use this in my Power Rankings every week.
Right now, Chicago, who didn’t make the playoffs last year, looks like a lock to make it this year. Meanwhile, Cincinnati and New Orleans, two playoff teams from a year ago, look very unlikely to make it this year. Indianapolis, sitting at 5-3, is another solid bet to make the playoffs after missing it last year. Detroit, at 4-4, probably has to go 6-2 the rest of the way to make the playoffs, against a brutal schedule, so they’re probably out. Other than that, not much is set in stone.
Miami, San Diego, Minnesota, Seattle, an...
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The Miami Dolphins are halfway through the 2012 season and man, did it fly by! The Dolphins are in a rebuilding year, though they won’t admit it. Some areas of the team are a little ahead of schedule, while others are disappointing to Dolphins fans. On Tuesday, we asked you to vote and let us know what your grades were. We’ve counted all of the hanging chads and below...
At the mid way point of the 2012 season, the Miami Dolphins have exceeded virtually all the expectations set for them in the preseason yet find themselves where they began; with an even record. Miami is sitting at 4-4, one game out of the AFC East lead and one game back of a playoff spot. It's clear that there is a new sense of optimism in South Florida, the Dolphins are playing...
It wasn't bad enough that one of his several mistress destroyed his marriage, but now it appears that one of the mistress believes in her heart that she can capture the lust filled heart of Chad Johnson, as it's being reported that Johnson is ready to marry the woman.According to a report from Sister2Sister, ex-wife of Chad Johnson, reality TV star Evelyn Lozada, is being...
On Sunday, the Miami Dolphins will play a football game in front of Dolphins fans in Miami for the first time in just about a month. The Dolphins haven’t played a home game since October 14th when they beat the St. Louis Rams. Since that game, the Dolphins have traveled to New York and to Indianapolis, with a bye week mixed in. The Dolphins need some home cookin’ and need...
The Dolphins lost a tough game last week but they are still a playoff team in the weak AFC.
I'm sitting at 84-49 heading into the weekend. I need to have a huge run to get over .750 for the season.
NY Giants @ Cincinnati - The Giants are coming off a tough home loss last week to the Steelers. I think last weeks events caught up to the Giants...
So here we stand at 4-4. The Miami Dolphins are at .500 for the third time this season following a loss to the Indianapolis Colts last weekend. A team that most people projected to win five games or...
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The Miami Dolphins are trying to build a consistently winning football team. While doing so, the Dolphins are making strong efforts to reach out to fans. This weekend we’ll be attending the Dolphins 9th Annual Web Weekend. Web Weekend is a special weekend when the Dolphins invite down a small group of owners of Dolphins blogs. This will be our first Web Weekend and we can’t...
At 4-4 the Dolphins are what their record says: a team that starts fast and blows it in the end. The Dolphins are a team that have yet to get a 4th quarter comeback win. With the looming contest versus the Tennessee Titans this weekend, the Dolphins can be over the .500 mark this late into the season since 2008, where those Dolphins were 11-5 and eventually finished in an improbable...
BY NICK ST. DENISReggie Bush is the Miami Dolphins' most explosive offensive player, but his workload hasn't exploded as of late.His touches, in fact, have gone down at a steady pace over the last four weeks. He had 21 touches (19 rush, 2 receiving) four games ago against the Cincinnati Bengals, 17 (12 rush, 5 rec.) three games ago against the St. Louis Rams, 15 (14 rush...