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The Miami Dolphins fell to 1-3 as the NFL First Quarter comes to a close, and their report card would have to have some mixed results at this point. If you simply look at the record, it would seem as if the 2012 NFL season is off to a disappointing start for the Dolphins. But that is not entirely true.
While the Dolphins may be 1-3, they could just as easily be 3-1. That would be good enough for a one game lead in the AFC East, instead of being in last. Still, Miami finds themselves just a game back of the New England Patriots, New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. They do, however, have a better point differential than the Jets and Bills.
The Dolphins lost their second consecutive game in overtime on Sunday, this time falling to the Arizona Cardinals on the road, 24-21. Miami just could not close out the win, much like their week 3 loss to the Jets, 23-20. Miami had more than enough opportunities to come out on top in each game. After destroying the Oakland Raiders in week 2, the only g...
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The Miami Dolphins had a bad week 3….so did our Pitiful Picks, as they truly lived up to their name. The Dolphins were left heartbroken at home when usually reliable, Dan Carpenter missed 2 field goals. Our picks last week weren’t really heartbreaking, they were just pitiful. After starting 4-1 on the season, we dropped [...]
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Ryan Tannehill's development as a starting quarterback in Miami has progressed along much quicker than many ever expected. And the addition of a reliable set of hands will only further that development. Jabar Gaffney, who was released by the Patriots during training camp, signed a one-year contract the Dolphins on Tuesday, as confirmed by the team. Gaffney's addition should...
Looking for the next big sleeper pick off waivers in fantasy football 2012? Introducing Brian Hartline, a guy many fantasy football owners have heard about, but few have considered.
Coming into week 4 of fantasy football, Brian Hartline was in the top 20 WR in the NFL in targets as he was averaging 10 targets per game. He had caught 13 passes in 3 weeks for 202 yards, or...
ESPN's Adam Schefter speculates that a decision on whether or not Miami halfback Reggie Bush will be able to play Sunday against the Cardinals should come right down to the wire.Fantasy Spin:Bush missed the second half of last week's loss to the Jets after injuring his knee. He's gotten off to a hot start but the combination of Bush's bad knee and Arizona's stifling...
Every week, when we scan the scoring leader boards in fantasy, there are a few guys names that pop up that are unowned.We take a look at their percentage of ownership and we wonder, why is this guy only owned in 10 percent of leagues.Lots of times it's because a player had fluke breakout game, sometimes a player steps in for an injured player and does exceptionally well.Do these...
According to Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the Miami Dolphins have released wide receiver Legedu Naanee and signed free agent Jabar Gaffney.
If Gaffney is healthy and contribute at the level he did in New England and even Washington, he’ll be a nice addition for the Dolphins.
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Receiver Jabar Gaffney has signed with the Miami Dolphins, who terminated the contract of receiver Legedu Naanee.
Gaffney, 31, had the best season of his career last year with Washington, then signed with the New England Patriots and was released at the end of training camp. He tried out a month ago with the Dolphins, who have been plagued by poor depth at the...
Last week: 29 (+4)
The Dolphins lost in overtime last week, but you could argue they should have won, on the road, against an unbeaten team. The Cardinals recovered all 6 of the fumbles that hit the ground and Miami averaged a whopping 6.5 yards per play, as opposed to 4.2 for Arizona. They rank 8th in the league in yards per play differential and since their week 1 blowout...
Entering Week 4 of the 2012 NFL season, the NFC was 8-4 in games against the AFC. This comes as a surprise because in previous seasons (Super Bowl aside), the AFC reigned supreme over the NFC in regular season match-ups. With two cross-conference games scheduled today, the lead will grow or narrow.After the San Francisco 49ers pummeled the New York Jets 34-0, the remaining AFC...