Found November 06, 2012 on
Robert Griffin III
Texas A&M Aggies
The Miami Dolphins are certainly one of the more pleasant surprise stories as we reach the NFL midseason in 2012. Many people were not sure what would happen with the Dolphins this season, but the majority agreed that it would not be a year to remember. Miami was beginning all over with a new coaching staff, a rookie quarterback who was viewed as a project and an overwhelming roster from a big name standpoint. It seemed as if the Dolphins would be playing in 2012 for another high draft pick in 2013.
Who knew at the half way point in the 2012 NFL season, the Miami Dolphins would be fighting for a playoff spot?
Believe it or not, that is the case. In fact, if the NFL Playoffs kicked off today, the Dolphins would be in as the No. 6 seed with a record of 4-4 through their first eight games. What may be even more telling is that had a couple of bounces gone differently for Miami, the Dolphins could just as easily be 6-2 right now and leading the AFC East. That is how close a few of their...
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The Miami Dolphins are officially at the midway point in the 2012 season. The Miami Dolphins currently sit at 4-4 an alone in second place in the AFC East, as well as one game back of the two AFC wild card spots. The Miami Dolphins season has been a bit of a roller coaster as they started 1-3, then improved to 4-3 after a 3 game winning streak, only to fall back to .500 on Sunday...
The Dolphins went into Indy with a 3 game winning streak a 4-3 record and sky high with confidence, they left 4-4. First things first, The Sky isn’t falling! The season isn’t over! After a very tough loss against a potential playoff contender the Dolphins fan base came back to reality. After a tough loss like the Dolphins suffered its time to sit back and...
Terry Bradshaw expressed remorse for a joke he made on Sunday while reading a halftime highlight of Reggie Bush scoring a touchdown.
Bradshaw was describing a highlight of the Dolphins running back scoring against the Colts when he said to co-host Jimmy Johnson, “look at this Jimmy, like he was chasing that bucket of chicken that the wind was blowing the other day.”
During halftime of the early NFL games yesterday, Fox’s Terry Bradshaw made the comment that Dolphins running back Reggie Bush was running like he was chasing a bucket of chicken. During the highlight, you can hear Bradshaw say
“Look at this Jimmy, like he was chasing that bucket of chicken that the wind was blowing the other day.”
While the comment sounds extremely racist...
DAVIE, Fla. Miami Dolphins coordinator Kevin Coyle really wasnt in the mood to talk Sunday night.
The Dolphins had just lost 23-20 at Indianapolis, where Coyles defensive unit had been exploited big-time by Andrew Luck and the Colts.
Nevertheless, Coyle was on the phone with his wife.
She said, You know, you guys have lost three games by three points each.' I hadnt really...
As the Miami Dolphins reach the midway point in their season, they've also arrived at a crossroads. The Dolphins (4-4) began preparing Monday for two games in five days. With a sweep — and they'll likely be favored in both games — Miami will remain part of the AFC playoff race. Anything less, and the franchise turnaround led by new coach Joe Philbin could stall.
I am thinking that Terry Bradshaw is wanting this one back, even though Jimmy Johnson and him thought it was absolutely hysterical. Curt Menefee? Not so much. Here is Bradshaw calling the highlight run of Miami Dolphins running back, Reggie … Continue reading →
Tweet Every so often a sports television personality makes a comment or joke that doesn’t go over quite as well as they initially planned. Fox NFL analyst Terry Bradshaw had one of these moments Sunday. When describing Reggie Bush’s impressive cutback run for a touchdown, Bradshaw appears to say that Bush was running like he [...]
Andrew Luck was sensational.
Ryan Tannehill was pretty darn good, too.
All that really mattered to the Colts was that Chuck Pagano was there to see a great duel between the rookie quarterbacks.
In a game that will be remembered for the quarterbacks' head-to-head matchup, Indianapolis gave Pagano an unforgettable memory in his first trip back to Lucas Oil Stadium since being...
The Dolphins clearly have a great prospect at quarterback Ryan Tannehill. He turned in another solid performance Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, and this despite having missed practice time during the week because of a leg injury. The only problem for Tannehill and the Dolphins was that the quarterback on the other side was a rookie even more impressive than Tannehill.