Found November 23, 2011 on
I’m hoping that there are similarities between the Miami Dolphins season and my season picks. I missed a bunch of weeks, but currently sit at an impressive 1-6-1 record. Not quite as bad as the Dolphins 0-7 start, but bad nonetheless. Actually, if you are a betting man/woman, you’d be wise to pick the opposite [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
Dan Carpenter’s groin injury apparently didn’t improve quickly enough for the Dolphins’ kicker to play against Dallas on Thanksgiving. Carpenter, who had never missed a game in his four NFL seasons until missing Sunday’s win over Buffalo, did not travel with the team to Dallas today, a source confirmed. Shayne Graham will handle the kicking [...]
DAVIE, Fla. -- Cameron Wake will step on a football field Thanksgiving Day. It sure beats the view from a couch.
Wake recalls sitting at his family home in Beltsville, Md., on Thanksgiving three years ago watching Dallas wallop Seattle 34-9. The Seahawks didn't have a single sack of Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who shredded them for 331 yards and three touchdowns.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore was named a candidate for the NFL’s FedEx Air & Ground Player of the Week for his impressive performance in Sunday’s 35-8 rout of the Buffalo Bills.
Moore, who completed 14 of 20 passes for 160 yards and threw three touchdown passes, finished the game with a 133.3 passer rating, which was the highest rating of any player last week.
Here’s the list of today’s inactives and lineup changes:
K Dan Carpenter
RB Steve Slaton
LB Ikaika Alama-Francis
OT Will Barker
OG John Jerry
TE Will Yeatman
DT Igor Olshansky
Lineup changes: None
QB Jon Kitna
WR Miles Austin
FB Tony Fiammetta
CB Mike Jenkins
OG David Arkin
OG Daniel Loper
DE Clinton Geathers
LS Louis Phillippe Ladouceur
The Cowboys and Dolphins playing on Thanksgiving will forever conjure memories of the 1993 game. Dallas defensive lineman Leon Lett adding to his blunderful reputation by sliding across ice and snow to bring alive a dead ball, setting up Miami for the winning kick as time ran out.
With Lett now part of the Cowboys' coaching staff, and Snickers pushing a lighthearted ''...
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.