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The Miami Dolphins were off on Tuesday, getting one final day of rest before their practice resumes in preparation for Sunday’s BIG divisional matchup with the Jets. Since we already broke down the Dolphins Division this week, we thought we’d skip that feature on it’s usual Wednesday slot. Instead, since the Dolphins were off on Tuesday, we did some reading of other Dolphins blogs and wanted to share some of our favorite stories with you. Today’s Miami Musings will cover a great breakdown of Ryan Tannehill’s numbers so far this year, Dolphins fans excitement , and a look at some trade rumors that are floating around.
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Ryan Tannehill Breakdown – DolphinShout.com
Patrick over at DolphinShout.com does a great job in this article, breaking down Ryan Tannehill’s statistics so far this season. Yes, it’s only a very small sample, 6 games. But, the breakdown shows where Tannehill’s strengths are (1st and 4th quarters) and where his weaknesses are (2nd and 3rd quarters). Very interesting numbers and a good job by the guys at DolphinShout.com
Dolphins Fans Re-energized – ThePhinsider.com
The Miami Herald recently did a story discussing the excitement surrounding the Dolphins this season. The story featured a few of our friends from ThePhinsider.com, Kevin and Matty. The story talks about how Dolphins fans are once again showing their support for the Dolphins in force. Mike Pouncey says that the atmosphere in the stadium is already different than last year and the crowd is much more involved in the game. Believe it or not, fans can impact a game when they make the stadium loud and uncomfortable for the opposing offense to operate. Keep it up Dolphins fans!!! (cont’d on page 2, click below)
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DAVIE, Fla. -- He might be bent over much of the game, but a center's job is to stand by his quarterback.
Mike Pouncey sure is doing that with Ryan Tannehill.
"I think he's the best rookie quarterback in the NFL right now," Pouncey said of Tannehill, taken by Miami with the No. 8 pick in last April's NFL draft. "Without his success that he's having...
As if the Miami Dolphins didn’t have enough reasons to want to beat the tar out of the Jets this Sunday. The Dolphins have been focused all week, preparing for their huge AFC East game against the hate, freaking Jets. Emotions were expected to be high, considering the last time the Dolphins played the Jets, Reggie Bush was knocked out of the game. Bush was injured by taking...
Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey records and watches all of the Pittsburgh Steelers' games to study their All-Pro center, and talks with him on the phone every day.
Sometimes they remark on their similar styles of play, which is really no surprise. After all, they're identical twins.
Maurkice Pouncey was born a few minutes after Mike but made it to the NFL first, turning...
The Miami Dolphins and the New York Jets will open up some old wounds on Sunday.
The AFC East rivals really do hate each other albeit the Jets vs. the New England Patriots always steals each year’s headlines in that regard.
The bad blood extends deep enough that Dolphins running back Reggie Bush needs to watch his back according to several Jets.
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The trash talking has begun in advance of Sunday’s match up between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins. When the two teams met earlier this season, the result was a Jets win but the loss of key defensive player, CB Darrelle Revis for the season. Dolphins RB Reggie Bush also suffered an [...]
New York Jets safety LaRon Landry laid it down on Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush when they last met earlier this season, as Landry injured him with a shot to his knee.
Bush wasn’t happy after the game, saying that the team intended to injure him. Bush tried to make matters worse when he said that the Jets got what they deserved when Darrelle Revis got a knee injury...
The “hot sauce” controversy between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush are starting to really heat up. Last month before the Jets took on the Dolphins, Rex Ryan blurted out in a presser that he needed his defense to”pour hot sauce” on Bush.
Bush was subsequently knocked out of that game against the Jets with a knee injury. The damage was done...
For 2 weeks, the Miami Dolphins have been thinking about nothing but improving their record to 4-3. In fact, the Dolphins have been thinking about getting revenge on the Jets since they lost to them in overtime a month ago in Miami. This week, the emotions of this game spilled into the press as both sides took shots at the other. The Jets started the verbal barbs and it appears...
Jets defensive coordinator Mike Pettine's job just got a little bit harder, and it's all because a couple of guys couldn't keep their mouths shut.
The back and forth between the Jets and Dolphins running back Reggie Bush continued this week with the teams squaring off in the Meadowlands on Sunday. But while we'll have to wait and see what unfolds...
Joe Caporoso - LaRon Landry and the Jets Run D versus Reggie “Hot Sauce” Bush - There has been plenty of chirping from Reggie Bush about the New York Jets and LaRon Landry didn’t back down reminding that Bush “will remember his hit from week 3, every time he sees him on the field.” Should be a scrappy one on Sunday, no? In all seriousness, if the Jets slow down Reggie...
A pair of injuries to star players marred the last meeting between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins.
It's been five weeks, but the emotions from that matchup are still lingering.
With a war of words continuing, the Jets will try to sweep the season series from the Dolphins for the first time in five years Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
Nick Folk's 33-yard field goal in...
Any hopes of a drama-free buildup to Sunday's game between the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets were dashed Wednesday.
On the same day Jets coach Rex Ryan reopened his thorny dialogue with Reggie Bush, Gang Green safety LaRon Landry expressed little regret over the knee injury suffered by the Dolphins running back in their Week 3 confrontation.
"(Bush) will remember...
Miami at N.Y. Jets Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. - TV: CBS; DirecTV: 710 *TV announcers: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts *Keys to the game: RB Reggie Bush had an opportunity to rest his ailing left knee over the Dolphins' bye week, and he expects to begin seeing fewer defenses committing eight men to the run as QB Ryan Tannehill continues to develop...