Found November 21, 2011 on
For the third week in the row, the Dolphins shut down an opponent and kept it out from scoring a touchdown.
BEST OF MAXIM
Do you see random sh$% while driving to work and think it needs to be seen by the masses? Does the guy who sits next to you at work look like a tool on a daily basis? Does your dog lick his balls in an odd fashion? Is your neighbor working on some sort of outer space vehicle behind his shed? We want your WTF photos.
After Miami’s starting kicker Dan Carpenter suffered a groin injury late Thursday, the Dolphins took action signing a veteran kicker to handle field goals Sunday against the Bills.
Miami signed 11-year veteran kicker Shayne Graham and released defensive back Jonathan Wade today (Saturday).
Graham began his career with the Bills in 2001. He is a career 86% field goal kicker.
As Chris Berman always says, no one circles the wagons like the Buffalo Bills.
Unfortunately, the Bills appear to be perpetually traveling as members of the Donner Party.
A once-promising season is swirling down the toilet after the Bills lost their third-straight game on Sunday, this one a 35-8 blowout at the hands of previously impotent Miami, which has suddenly won three...
All the momentum the Buffalo Bills had early in the season has been stolen by the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins have become the only team in history to lose their first seven games, then win their next three. The Bills have gotten destroyed in their last two games, and lost four of their last five.
So when they met yesterday, maybe it shouldn't have been that surprising that Miami...
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CALLING THE GHOST OF LEON LETT!
There is no time to celebrate the win in DC. The NFC East Leading Dallas Cowboys will play the Miami Dolphins who are now playing good football after getting off to a terrible start. Their defense has not let up a TD in their last 3 games.
Romo and company need to be focused or the Dolphins will spoil alot of Thanksgiving Day Dinners.
Miami set up two touchdowns with interceptions, Matt Moore threw for three scores, and the Dolphins' improbable midseason surge gained momentum Sunday when they drubbed the Buffalo Bills 35-8.